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PHOTOS: Your Hometown: Grovetown Video included

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Join Us for Your Hometown: Grovetown LIVE at the Columbia County Exhibition Center Friday evening as the Gateway Southern Stampede Mustang Show rolls into town. More>>

Breaking: Structure fire on Edgefield Highway

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The Aiken County fire department is working to clear a fire on Edgefield Highway. More>>

Grovetown Man Dies in Kentucky Plane Crash

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A Grovetown, Georgia man is dead after his plane crashed in Kentucky on Thursday night.
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Downtown Business Boom

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Many new businesses are opening up in Downtown Augusta. News Channel 6 talks to the owners of these businesses about why they chose to put their business in the heart of the Garden City.  More>>

Hundreds of High School Students Graduate from Columbia County Schools

Hundreds of High School Students Graduate from Columbia County Schools

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This weekend hundreds of Columbia County seniors graduated high school. Four graduation ceremonies took place on Saturday at the James Brown Arena. Harlem High School had their graduation last night. Capturing a priceless moment: the conclusion of more than a decade of dedication to school. "Bittersweet, kind of emotional, ready for him to start that second chapter of his life, but kind of nervous," said Linda Rickerson. This isn't the first time Rickerson has been cheering from the audience ... More>>

City of Aiken Hosts Memorial Day Parade

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Aiken, SC - It was a special day in Aiken today as the city hosted... More>>

Breaking on 6: Small Plane Crashes After Leaving Columbia Airport

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A small plane has crashed after leaving the airport in Columbia, South Carolina. More>>

B.B. King Memorial to Mourn Blues Legend in Las Vegas

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B.B. King will be mourned in Las Vegas in a family-and-friends memorial ahead of the start of his final road tour home to the Mississippi Delta.  More>>

Breaking on 6: Officer Found Not Guilty in Shooting of 2 Unarmed Suspects

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A Cleveland officer has been found not guilty in the shooting deaths of two unarmed suspects in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire after a high-speed chase. More>>

Suspect in Custody for 2012 Murder Video included

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A murder suspect is in jail after being on the run for nearly three years. More>>

Fiery Crash Injures 4 Video included

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Investigators are looking into a crash that caused a car to catch on fire.    More>>

GMA Saturday Headlines: May 23, 2015 Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's News team has the News updates that affect the Georgia and South Carolina counties of the CSRA. More>>

"Out There...Somewhere": 'Stangs Don't Cause Burk Or Cascade Video included

Photo of a classic Ford Mustang taken at the Gateway Southern Stampede National Show being held May 22nd-24th in Grovetown, Georgia Photo of a classic Ford Mustang taken at the Gateway Southern Stampede National Show being held May 22nd-24th in Grovetown, Georgia
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If you're wanting to join in with the Mustang crowd at the Gateway Southern Stampede in Grovetown, there are a few things you'll need. WJBF News Channel 6's George Eskola tells us "Out There...Somewhere". More>>

Your Hometown Grovetown: Rebecca Erryn Moon Foundation Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist John Lynn tells us about the Rebecca Erryn Moon Foundation and its purpose as part of Your Hometown Grovetown, which aired on Friday, May 22nd. More>>

Your Hometown Grovetown: CSRA Mustang Club Video included

Photo of a CSRA Mustang Club logo decal on a Ford Mustang at the Gateway Southern Stampede Mustang show in Grovetown, Georgia Photo of a CSRA Mustang Club logo decal on a Ford Mustang at the Gateway Southern Stampede Mustang show in Grovetown, Georgia
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WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn tells us about the CSRA Mustang Club and their Gateway Southern Stampede National Show, which is being held in Grovetown, Georgia this weekend More>>

Your Hometown Grovetown: Don Blackstock Interview Video included

Photo of WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist John Lynn interviewing president of the CSRA Mustang Club and Mustang Club of America National Director, Don Blackstock, during Your Hometown Grovetown on Friday, May 22nd. Photo of WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist John Lynn interviewing president of the CSRA Mustang Club and Mustang Club of America National Director, Don Blackstock, during Your Hometown Grovetown on Friday, May 22nd.
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WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn interviews Don Blackstock, who is the president of the CSRA Mustang Club and Mustang Club of America National Director at the Gateway Southern Stampede National Show during WJBF News Channel 6's Your Hometown Grovetown broadcast on Friday, May 22nd. More>>

Your Hometown Grovetown: Angie Moon Interview Video included

Photo of WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist interviewing Angie Moon during Your Hometown Grovetown on Friday, May 22nd. Photo of WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist interviewing Angie Moon during Your Hometown Grovetown on Friday, May 22nd.
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WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn interviews Angie Moon, who tells us about the Rebecca Erryn Moon Foundation, during WJBF News Channel 6's Your Hometown Grovetown broadcast on Friday, May 22nd. More>>

Your Hometown Grovetown: Frank Neal Interview Video included

Photo of WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist interviewing Grovetown City Planner Frank Neal during Your Hometown Grovetown on Friday, May 22nd. Photo of WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist interviewing Grovetown City Planner Frank Neal during Your Hometown Grovetown on Friday, May 22nd.
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WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn interviews Frank Neal, who is Grovetown, Georgia's city planner, during WJBF News Channel 6's Your Hometown Grovetown broadcast on Friday, May 22nd. More>>

Your Hometown Grovetown: Grovetown Development Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn tells us about the explosive growth in Columbia County and Grovetown, Georgia.
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Your Hometown Grovetown: Grovetown Residential Growth Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn tells us about the explosive residential growth in Columbia County and Grovetown, Georgia. More>>

Your Hometown Grovetown: Vision 2035 Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn tells us about the vision Columbia County leaders have for the next 20 years. More>>

New Revisions to Augusta Animal Ordinance

New Revisions to Augusta Animal Ordinance Video included

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An Augusta Subcommittee made new revisions to an animal ordinance that would require pet owners to pay a fee. Part of the ordinance states owners with animals that are not spayed and neutered will have to pay a $100 fee every year. For those who have their pets fixed, it will only be a one-time $10 fee. On Thursday, the ordinance subcommittee voted for this fee to also apply to performance and show dogs. "Jacks is like a family member to us, I've had him since he was a puppy and I wouldn't g... More>>

PHOTOS: CSRA Junior ROTC Students Place American Flags On Veterans' Graves Video included

Photo taken at Westover Memorial Park Friday in Augusta, Georgia as Junior ROTC students placed American flags on veterans' graves. Photo taken at Westover Memorial Park Friday in Augusta, Georgia as Junior ROTC students placed American flags on veterans' graves.
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A group of Junior ROTC members spent Friday morning placing American flags on the gravestones of veterans at Westover Memorial Park in Augusta. More>>

TLC Pulls "19 Kids And Counting" Amid Josh Duggar's Misconduct Reports

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TLC says it has pulled the reality series "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule, a move that follows reports of sexual misconduct allegations against Josh Duggar from when he was a juvenile. More>>

Josh Duggar Responds To What He Calls 'Inexcusable' Actions As A Teenager

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Josh Duggar is responding to recent reports that he inappropriately touched minors several years ago, saying he "would do anything to go back to those teen years and take different actions." More>>

Importance of Pool Safety this Summer Video included

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Memorial day weekend marks the traditional opening of pools in many communities.With that in mind, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission wants to remind everyone those pools can be deadly.Particularly for young kids.Experts say pools need to have gates and locks. Chairman of the CPSC, Elliot F. Kaye says, "Four sided fencing around pools with gates that lock, think about it this way and remember this easy rule, when it comes to drowning prevention, four is far more than three, three sid... More>>

Seattle Couple Who Fled Nazi-Controlled Europe Leaves $847K Estate to 'America'

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A couple from Seattle left all they had, nearly $1 million, “to the government of the United States of America" in their identical wills, the lawyer who administered the estate said.A cashier's check for $847,215.57 was received and deposited into the U.S. Department of the Treasury's general funds on May 13, according to U.S. assistant attorney Peter Winn, who told ABC News today that he was the one who worked with the Treasury Department to accept the money on behalf of the government.Thoug... More>>

VA Deputy Secretary Visits Charlie Norwood VA Medial Center

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Sloan Gibson, who is Deputy Secretary of U.S. Veterans Affairs is visiting the Charlie A. Norwood VA Medical Center Friday. More>>

Suspect Sought In Laundromat Burglary And Vandalism

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The Aiken County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in identifying a suspect wanted in a burglary and vandalism. More>>

Last Day of School for Several CSRA Counties

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Not only is it the start of a holiday weekend but it is also the start of summer vacation for some area studentsIt is the last of school for students in Richmond, Columbia, McDuffie and Burke Counties.Aiken and Edgefield County students go to school until June 4th. More>>

Fort Gordon Warrior Remembrance Ceremony Honors Fallen Soldiers Video included

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Memorial Day weekend isn't all about the cookouts, trips and good times. More>>

'Tow-To-Go' Program in Effect

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AAA and Bud Light are teaming up again this holiday weekend to help you get home safely, if you have too much to drink. More>>

6 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

6 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

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6 Things you need to know before you head out the door to start your day. More>>

TRAFFIC: Road Blocked at Peach Orchard Road and Rosier Road

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Richmond County Deputies on the scene of an overnight accident in Augusta because of some downed cables. The accident took place on Peach Orchard Road at the intersection of Rosier Road.
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North Augusta Talks Leaks, Gas Prices with Palmetto Pipeline Video included

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The push to lay hundreds of miles of pipeline in the Southeast made its way to South Carolina. People in North Augusta shared their concerns with the company that wants to, in some cases, run fuel right through their property. This was a very different meeting from the one people attended in Burke County two weeks ago. This time, home owners did not publicly share their concerns. Kinder Morgan staff was on hand to informally answer questions.  More>>

Alleged Animal Abuse at Dog Grooming Businesses Video included

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Dog grooming businesses are under close watch lately after dozens of reported cases of animal abuse and mishandling by the groomers.
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2 Suspects Arrested, 2 Others Sought In Saluda County Home Invasion

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Saluda County Sheriff's Office investigators have 2 suspects in custody and are searching for two others in connection to a home invasion. More>>

Homeowners Fear Palmetto Pipeline will Ruin Property

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The Palmetto Pipeline was up for discussion on Thursday night, this time in South Carolina. Dozens came together at a meeting at the North Augusta Community Center. The controversial project would affect many land owners across the CSRA including some in North Augusta. The meeting is supposed to paint a better picture of what this project means for those who live in Aiken County. Many state representatives are expected to attend in addition to Kinder Morgan. There are many property owners who... More>>

CSRA Graduation Dates

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Click for a list of graduation dates and times for high schools in the CSRA. More>>

Arrest Made In 2012 Murder In Hephzibah

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Richmond County Sheriff's Office investigators have made an arrest in a murder that happened more than 2 years ago. More>>

Police Agencies Do Explosives Training in Richmond County Video included

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More than 28 law enforcement agencies came together in Richmond County to blow stuff up. News Channel 6's Mike Miller explains.
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North Augusta Public Safety Officer's Court Case To Continue

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The case of a North Augusta Department of Public Safety officer charged after firing into a car during a deadly 2014 police chase will continue. More>>

Georgia Man Killed When Car Slides Down Embankment

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Authorities say a man has died after his SUV rolled down an embankment in Cherokee County. More>>

Adopt-A-Pet May 20, 2015 Video included

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Adopt-A-Pet we are happy to have Katlyn Morris from the Humane Society of Morgan County.Also joining us our Adopt-A-Pet Coordinator Anne Sawyer and our good friend Avis Lyle. More>>

Police Officer, Suspect Killed in Omaha Shooting

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A Nebraska man opened fire Wednesday on officers who were trying to arrest him for a previous shooting, prompting police to return gunfire in a shootout that left one officer and the suspect dead, Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said. More>>

UPDATE: Suspects Arrested in Operation Mayday Denied Bond Video included

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Twenty-two suspects arrested in an undercover sting are still behind bars this morning.They are accused of setting up sex dates with children.The minors they thought they were talking to online were, in fact, undercover officers.Twelve of the suspects have been denied bond.Eight others have not yet had bond hearings.Two suspects, John Crowley and Jordan Waters, had their bond hearings deferred so the judge could review their cases.RELATED STORIESMan Arrested in Child Sex Sting Volunteered as ... More>>

WJBF EXTRA: Laura's Lesson Video included

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In this WJBF EXTRA report, our Chris Kane brings us the incredible story of how Laura Baugh battled the price of fame with unbelievable courage More>>

6 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

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6 Things you need to know before you head out the door to start your day. More>>

Charleston Police Think They Have Located Shooting Suspect

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Charleston police have surrounded a home where they think the suspect in the wounding of a Berkeley County sheriff's deputy last week is hiding. More>>

Holiday Should Not Impact Search for Missing Jet Ski Man Video included

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Search crews combed J. Strom Thurmond Lake, at the West Dam Recreational Area, doing everything they could to find Christopher Harper. On day three, the search area was still contained to where witnesses last saw him. Mark Padgett is hoping side scan sonar helps bring closure to the family. “It's been a wonderful tool since we acquired it several years ago and been able to bring some closer to some folks pretty fast,” said Padgett, with the Department of Natural Resources.  More>>

Suspects Sought In Rescue Squad Burglaries

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The North Augusta Department of Public Safety is looking for suspects in a string of burglaries at the Belvedere-North Augusta Rescue Squad building. More>>

South Carolina State Representative William Clyburn involved in an accident today

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News Channel 6 has learned that South Carolina State Representative William "Bill" Clyburn was involved in an accident today. His office confirms that Clyburn was returning from the funeral for former State Representative Ken Kennedy when the accident happened.  

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New Rules Would Restrict Operation Hours For Augusta Crematories Video included

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Cremation is the fastest growing practice in the funeral business, so Augusta is looking at new regulations that would restrict where crematories could locate and when they can operate. WJBF News Channel 6's George Eskola has the story. More>>

Delay In Storm Water Utility Fee Approval Leaves Augusta Commission Hanging Video included

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There has been talk, but no action, so far when it comes to a Storm Water Utility Fee In Augusta and some Commissioners are saying it's time for the city to approve the fee for the benefit of the storm water system. More>>

Kinder Morgan Answers the Tough Questions Video included

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 Many local residents have accused Kinder Morgan of not addressing their questions and concerns. News Channel 6, asked the Vice President of the mega pipeline company what everyone wants to know. More>>

Man Arrested in Child Sex Sting Volunteered as a Soccer Coach

Man Arrested in Child Sex Sting Volunteered as a Soccer Coach Video included

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Almost two dozen suspects are still in jail after an undercover sting over the weekend. Those suspects are accused of setting up sex dates with children. The minors they thought they were talking to online turned out to be undercover officers. All of the 22 suspects remain in jail, 12 of them were denied bond, 8 have not had bond hearings. Two of them, John Crowley and Jordan Waters, had their bond hearings deferred so the judge could review their cases. We are learning more about some of the... More>>

Professional Indoor Football Returning To The CSRA In July

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned that professional indoor football is making its return to the CSRA. More>>

Burke County Teacher Resigns after Arrest

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned that Eric Luke, former Burke County Assistant Principal and teacher has resigned. Luke was charged back in February 2015 with one count of theft by receiving stolen property. The arrest was in connection to a stolen golf car. He resignation is effective on June 9th.RELATED STORIESUpdate on 6: Burke County Teacher Arrested More>>

UPDATED ON 6: Suspicious Aiken Death Being Investigated

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Autopsy results have been returned for a woman who was found dead in her apartment on Tuesday in Aiken, South Carolina
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UPDATED ON 6: Dive Team Called to Search for Missing Man on Lake Thurmond; Water Safety in Forefront Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's Deon Guillory reports from J. Strom Thurmond Lake on the search for a man who went missing Monday after a water craft accident. More>>

Suspects Arrested In Aiken Cell Phone Store Burglaries

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Aiken Department of Public Safety investigators have arrested two men they say are responsible for cell phone store burglaries this week More>>

SAY WHAT? Viral Video Shows Dangers Of A Vehicle Rollover Crash Video included

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The Texas Department of Transportation has created a video to convince people of what can happen when they do not wear a seatbelt and their vehicle overturns. More>>

Zaccheus Miles Discusses Upcoming Augusta Fashion Week Video included

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Augusta Fashion Week is next week and you still have time to get tickets to this popular event.Augusta Fashion Week's main purpose is to showcase designers, retail, and model talent from around the country right here in the garden city.Here to tell us more about the event is Fashion Designer Zaccheus Miles. More>>

Aiken to Honor War Dead With Parade Video included

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A Memorial Day parade will be held Saturday, May 23 in downtown Aiken. More>>

Black Bear Spotted in Lincoln County

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned a baby black bear has been spotted by several people, including a deputy, in the southern part of Lincoln County. The bear has not caused any damage but Sheriff Bruce Beggs says not to approach the bear. More than likely he has been separated from his family and trying to find his way back, possibly to the lake area. We will continue to follow this developing story. More>>

4-Mile Oil Slick Lines California Coast after Pipeline Spill

This photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department shows an oil slick from a broken pipeline off the central California coast near Santa Barbara on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Capt. Dave Zaniboni of the Santa Barbara County Fire Department says th This photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department shows an oil slick from a broken pipeline off the central California coast near Santa Barbara on Tuesday, May 19, 2015. Capt. Dave Zaniboni of the Santa Barbara County Fire Department says th
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GOLETA, Calif. (AP) — A broken onshore pipeline spewed oil down a storm drain and into the Pacific Ocean for several hours before it was shut off, creating a slick some 4 miles long across a scenic stretch of central California coastline, officials said.Initial estimates put the spill at about 21,000 gallons Tuesday, but that figure would likely change after a Wednesday morning flyover gave a better sense of the spill's scope, U.S. Coast Guard spokeswoman Jennifer Williams said.The spill was ... More>>

SC Senate Passes Bill Banning Abortions After 19 Weeks

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The South Carolina Senate passed a bill Tuesday afternoon that would ban abortions at 20 weeks of pregnancy and later, except in cases of rape, incest, severe fetal anomaly, and when the mother's life is in danger. After a routine final vote in the Senate Wednesday, the bill goes back to the House to see if lawmakers there agree to the Senate's changes. The House version did not include exceptions for rape, incest, and severe fetal anomaly. If the House doesn't agree with the changes, a confe... More>>

6 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

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6 Things you need to know before you head out the door to start your day. More>>

WJBF's Jennie Montgomery Supports MHA With Luscious Lemon Pound Cake

Aiken's Cookin' With Celebrity Chefs June 12th

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Get your tickets now for the 16th Annual Aiken's Cookin' with Celebrity Chefs fundraiser coming up Friday, June 12, 2015.  WJBF's Jennie Montgomery is stepping way out of her comfort zone and participating as a dessert chef.
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Social Networking Safety Tips For Teens Video included

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Social media has made it much easier for predators to lure children. social media has made it much easier for predators to lure children.There are four major dangers of using social networking sites.
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Atlanta-Area Teacher Accused Of Letting Students Have Sex In Classroom Closet Video included

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A Georgia teacher is out of a job and facing charges tonight after allegedly allowing students to have sex in his classroom.
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5 Dead in Accident on Interstate-16 at Interstate-95

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Multiple vehicles were involved in an accident on Interstate 16 at Interstate 95 Tuesday afternoon leaving five victims confirmed dead. Pooler Fire officials say three tractor trailers and four other vehicles were involved in the accident.
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Coroner Has Released The Name Of The Victim In The Suspicious Death In Aiken Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned an investigation into a "suspicious death" is underway after a woman was found dead in her apartment in Aiken. More>>

Norwegian Dawn

Cruise Ship Runs Aground in Bermuda

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The Norwegian Dawn cruise ship with more than 3,700 people on board ran aground in Bermuda this afternoon after the vessel temporarily lost power as the ship was departing, cruise line officials and the U.S. Coast Guard said.The ship -- with 2,675 passengers and 1,062 crew members --
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Historic Augusta Building Demolition Costs Questioned Video included

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Last month, Augusta's City Administrator told Commissioners it was $200,000 less expensive to tear down the entire old courthouse building than to do selective demolition on the newer addition, but now that estimate is being questioned. WJBF News Channel 6's George Eskola has the story. More>>

No Answers To Augusta Commissioner's Request To Be Paid For Being On Board Video included

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Augusta Commissioner Marion Williams says other Commissioners who serve as unofficial members of boards are getting paid, so he should, as well. More>>

Augusta Commissioners Not Prepared To Pull Trigger On Storm Water Utility Fee Video included

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After years of debate city leaders are still not ready to approve a storm water fee and now city leaders are blasting their critics who say instead of a monthly fee special purpose sales tax dollars should be used for drainage issues More>>

Back-To-Back Jackpot Drawings At Over $100 Million

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For the next two nights, Mega Millions® and Powerball® stand to make someone a millionaire 100 times over. More>>

UPDATED ON 6: Georgia Denies Proposed Palmetto Pipeline, Conversation Continues In South Carolina Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's Margaret-Ann Carter reports on the latest developments on the proposed Palmetto Pipeline project. More>>

DEVELOPING ON 6: Autopsy Results Returned For Teen Who Died Near Cross Creek High School

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned autopsy results have been returned for a teen that was found dead behind Cross Creek High School in October 2014 More>>

Teen Pleads Guilty, Sentenced In Agerton Lane Shooting Video included

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A teenager accused in a Richmond County shooting was in court Tuesday. More>>

FTC, 50 States, D.C. Charge 4 Sham Charities With Bilking More Than $187 Million From Consumers

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The Federal Trade Commission and consumer protection agencies from all states and the District of Columbia allege 4 cancer charities falsely claimed donations would help pay medication, services. More>>

RECALL ALERT: Airbag Maker Takata to Announce Largest Auto Recall Ever

Airbag maker Takata has agreed to the largest vehicle safety recall on record. Airbag maker Takata has agreed to the largest vehicle safety recall on record.
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Takata is nearly doubling the size of its already massive recall for faulty airbags, according to a government source. The move makes it the largest auto recall in history. There have been at least five deaths tied to the faulty airbags, but Takata has previously resisted demands by regulators to get all the affected vehicles off of the road.Takata has already recalled airbags used in about 18 million vehicles for the problem, but this move will bring that number up to about 34 million autos.... More>>

United Way Of The CSRA Seeking Community Needs Input

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The United Way of the CSRA is asking for help from the CSRA on what needs the community has. More>>

Missing Millen Woman's Stepmother, Stepbrother Denied Bond In Her Death Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned that the stepmother and stepbrother of a missing Millen, Georgia woman were denied bond in her death Tuesday. More>>

Bandidos vs. Cossacks: Was the Texas biker shootout over territory?

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(CNN)- Like some families, biker gangs tend to settle scores among themselves. Privately, if not quietly.But on Sunday, a feud between two rival biker groups -- the Bandidos and Cossacks -- broke into the open in a big way.At least nine people were killed when a fight erupted at a Waco, Texas, restaurant, with the clash escalating in minutes from fists to guns.Eighteen people were hospitalized, according to Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton, who said that all of the victims were bikers. He ... More>>

US Agency to Hold Hearing on Fiat Chrysler Recall Compliance

FILE - This March 6, 2012 file photo provided by the law offices of Butler, Wooten & Fryhofer, LLP shows a burnt-out Jeep Grand Cherokee at the scene of a crash in Bainbridge, Ga. 4-year-old Remington "Remi" Walden was killed when the vehicle... FILE - This March 6, 2012 file photo provided by the law offices of Butler, Wooten & Fryhofer, LLP shows a burnt-out Jeep Grand Cherokee at the scene of a crash in Bainbridge, Ga. 4-year-old Remington "Remi" Walden was killed when the vehicle...
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The U.S. government's highway safety agency says it will hold a rare public hearing in July to determine if Fiat Chrysler failed to notify customers and fix safety problems in 20 recalls covering more than 10 million vehicles.Among the recalls is a contentious one covering 1.56 million Jeeps with gas tanks located behind the rear axles. The biggest involves almost 3 million cars with air bag inflators that can potentially rupture and injure a car's occupants.The agency could order Fiat Chrysl... More>>

Nearly Two Dozen Arrested in Operation Mayday

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A four day undercover operation called Operation Mayday lands nearly two dozen people in jail. More>>

Sheriff Roundtree Holds "Operation Mayday" Press Conference, Talks About Child Predator Arrests Video included

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WJBF's Margaret-Ann Carter reports on a press conference held by Sheriff Richard Roundtree concerning "Operation Mayday". More>>

"We are actively Seeking Child Predators" Richmond County Sheriff Says Video included

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Several law enforcement agencies came together to find and catch online child predators. The result was even better than they expected. The shocking truth lies in the suspect's occupations.

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Georgia Implements Border to Border Campaign Video included

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Georgia roads have claimed the lives of over 450 people so far this year.That's nearly a 20% increase from last year.That's why Georgia is taking part in the Border to Border campaign.The campaign covers highways from Maine to Florida, to make sure drivers remember to buckle up, put the phones down, and focus on the road.Harris Blackwood the Director of the Georgia Office of Highway Safety says, "A seat belt ticket in Georgia costs you $15. That's not about revenue. It costs more than that to... More>>

Commissioners Set to Vote on Proposed Storm Water Fee Video included

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After years of debate, Augusta leaders are scheduled to vote today on the proposed storm water fee.The fee will be $6.40 a month for most residents, and officials are hoping to include it on water and sewer bills.The revenue will be used to fix and maintain Augusta's storm water system.Still, some commissioners are against the new fee.Mayor Pro Tem Grady Smith says, "I'd rather not see that fee cause an axe in this area I would rather us work together with a SPLOST fee or SPLOST tax and defi... More>>

6 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

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6 Things you need to know before you head out the door to start your day. More>>

Search for Missing Man at Lake Thurmond Resumes a Second Day Video included

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A search team plans to canvass Lake Thurmond for the second time Tuesday morning in search of a man who went missing after a boating incident. It happened around 3:00 p.m. Monday at West Dam Recreation Area, near the state line. The search team stopped looking around 7:00 p.m. right around the time some of the family received the devastating news. Mark Padgett with Department of Natural Resources led the joint investigation.  More>>

Super Bowl Champion Deon Grant Visits Area Schools Video included

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A Super Bowl Champion is making his rounds at Augusta area schools.Former Josey star Deon Grant is criss-crossing the garden city today talking to students at six different schools, including this one at the alternative school at Lamar. The kids really enjoyed checking out Grant's Super Bowl ring that he won in two-thousand-thirteen as a member of the New York Giants. Deon's message is one he hopes these students remember.Deon Grant says, "If I can give any information to the kids who have no... More>>

WJBF EXTRA: Investing In Educational Excellence Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's Deon Guillory takes an in-depth look at the benefits, AND risks of Richmond County's school flexibility option in this WJBF EXTRA report. More>>

Flying Cars Could Be Landing In Your Driveway in the Not Too Distant Future Video included

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At least four companies are planning to produce, sell, and deliver flying cars to customers in the next few years. One of them, AeroMobil, plans to start accepting deposits in 2017. More>>

# POTUS

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It's official! You can now tweet President Obama. If you decide to send a message to the President be sure to use the hashtag POTUS. More>>

Columbia County Woman Charged With Hosting Party, Providing Alcohol To Minors

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A Martinez woman has been arrested and accused of hosting a party where minors were served alcohol. More>>

BREAKING ON 6: Dive Team Searching For Missing Man After Thurmond Lake Water Craft Accident

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We have learned new information on the search for a missing water craft driver on J. Strom Thurmond Lake in Appling, Georgia. More>>

Search Underway For Wilkes County Home Invasion Suspect

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Wilkes County Sheriff's Office investigators are searching for a home invasion suspect. More>>

NEW INFORMATION: Decision Made In Aiken County Coroner's Lawsuit Against The County

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A decision over who will transport dead bodies in Aiken County has been made. More>>

Sheriff's Office Seeking Help Locating Missing Teen from Grovetown

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The Columbia County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in location a 16-year-old girl who ran away from her home on Friday May 15th. Her name is Megan Blair and she lives in Grovetown, Georgia. According to an incident report obtained by the sheriff's office, Megan's mother found out she ran away around 5:30 p.m on May 15th. The mother notified the sheriff's office at 7:20 p.m. after attempts to locate her daughter through the girl's friends. If you have any information as to where Megan Bla... More>>

South Carolina Blue Bell Creameries Distribution Center Set to Close

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More than a thousand Blue Bell workers will soon be out of work, some in South Carolina, after a major recall. The company's distribution center in Lexington County is set to close. More>>

UPDATED ON 6: Autopsy Results Returned For Aiken Shooting Victim Video included

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A Georgia man who was shot earlier this month in Aiken has died and police are investigating the death as a homicide. More>>

Rick Osbon Announces Run for Aiken Mayor

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A former Aiken County Council member is putting his name in to be Aiken's next mayor.This comes after the current mayor, Fred Cavanaugh, announced that he would not be running for another term.Rick Osbon announced his run in front of the municipal building in the Alley in Aiken on Monday May 18th.He says he hopes to bring a new vision to the city. More>>

North Augusta Man Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

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(COLUMBIA, S.C.) South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson announced the arrest of Benjamin Michael Bruker (DOB: 1976) of North Augusta, S.C. on twelve (12) counts involving the sexual exploitation of minors. The Aiken County Sheriff's Office, a member of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, made the arrest.Investigators say Bruker was involved in sending child pornography via file sharing.A search warrant was obtained and executed at Bruker's residence on May 15, 2015. Computer... More>>

1 dead, 1 Injured in Fire at Anderson Metal Recycling Plant

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ANDERSON, S.C. (AP) - Authorities say one worker is dead and another has been injured in a fire at a metal recycling plant in Anderson.Local media outlets report the fire broke out about 10 a.m. on Monday at OmniSource metal recycling.The coroner confirms one man is dead while another was taken to a hospital. The names of the men were not immediately released.Several fire departments have responded to the scene and the fire is sending large plume of smoke over Anderson. Fire officials say the... More>>

Fatal Motorcycle Accident Near Clarks Hill

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According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, a person died in a motorcycle accident on Sunday May 17, 2015. The accident happened around 2:30 p.m.on South Carolina Highway 28 about .25 miles from Clarks Hill. The driver was a 43 yr old white female from North Augusta.Officials believe she was traveling south on South Carolina Highway 28, left the roadway, struck a guardrail and was ejected. She was pronounced dead at the scene. It is unknown whether or not she was wearing a helmet.Her iden... More>>

Graham: 'I'm Running' to Be 'Best Commander in Chief'

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South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham all but confirmed Monday that he will run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, saying he believes he'd be the best commander in chief amid continued Middle East unrest."I'm running because I think the world is falling apart," Graham said in an interview on "CBS This Morning."A foreign policy hawk and a critic of President Barack Obama's troop reductions in the Middle East, Graham said he believes "more American soldiers will die in Iraq and event... More>>

1 Marine Dead After Aircraft Makes Hard Landing During Training

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A Marine is dead after an aircraft made a hard landing during a training exercise Sunday in Hawaii, a military spokesman said.Marine Corps spokesman Capt. Brian Block said that at approximately 11:40 a.m. local time an MV-22 Osprey made the hard landing at Marine Corps Training Area Bellows in Hawaii.There were 22 Marines on board, and all the other 21 were taken to a local hospital for treatment, Block said.Emergency response teams were on the scene and the cause of the incident is under inv... More>>

Exclusive Interview: Elian Gonzalez Wants to Come to the US

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Elian Gonzalez would like to return to the United States, he tells ABC News in an exclusive interview."To the American people, first I say thank you for the love they give me," Gonzalez said. "I want the time to give my love to American people."Gonzalez was found floating off of Florida's coast in 1999, after the boat he was in with his mother capsized. Gonzalez stayed with his uncle in Miami, but the 6-year-old boy soon found himself at the center of a tug of war between Cuba and the United ... More>>

Local Hair Salon Holds 'Cutz For Kidz' Fundraiser Video included

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A local hair salon partnered with Keller Williams to raise money for families in need.Three families were selected to be sponsored and the stylists volunteered their time to give hair cuts for as little one dollar and up to hundreds of dollars. Customers named the price and Anything given was a donation and split three ways between three families who have children with some tough medical issues. There were also raffles, food and manicures all for donations as well.Local mom Samantha Carlton s... More>>

Shooting Near Twiggs Street; Victim Shot in the Leg

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One person is recovering this Monday morning after being shot in the leg.Deputies found the man after they pulled over a car near Twiggs St. and Laney Walker Blvd.Investigators say deputies saw several cars speed pass them and heard a single gunshot around 1:15 a.m.Everyone at the scene indicated they knew the shooter.No suspect description has been released.Stay tuned for updates on this developing story. More>>

1 Marine Dead After Aircraft Makes Hard Landing During Training

Debris rises as a Marine Corps Osprey aircraft makes a hard landing on Bellows Air Force Station near Waimanalo, Hawaii, May 17, 2015. Debris rises as a Marine Corps Osprey aircraft makes a hard landing on Bellows Air Force Station near Waimanalo, Hawaii, May 17, 2015.
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A Marine is dead after an aircraft made a hard landing during a training exercise Sunday in Hawaii, a military spokesman said.Marine Corps spokesman Capt. Brian Block said that at approximately 11:40 a.m. local time an MV-22 Osprey made the hard landing at Marine Corps Training Area Bellows in Hawaii.There were 22 Marines on board, and all the other 21 were taken to a local hospital for treatment, Block said.Emergency response teams were on the scene and the cause of the incident is under inv... More>>

9 Dead After Shooting In Waco Texas

A McLennan County deputy stands guard near a group of bikers in the parking lot of a Twin Peaks restaurant Sunday, May 17, 2015, in Waco, Texas. A McLennan County deputy stands guard near a group of bikers in the parking lot of a Twin Peaks restaurant Sunday, May 17, 2015, in Waco, Texas.
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Waco police Sunday afternoon, assisted by Hewitt officers and deputies from the McLennan County Sheriff's Office were surrounding the Twin Peaks Restaurant, in the Central Texas Market Place after several people were reported shot during a rival motorcycle gang fight. More>>

6 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

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6 Things you need to know before you head out the door to start your day. More>>

Teens Against Gun Violence Video included

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A local non-profit organization raised awareness against gun violence with a 5k on Sunday afternoon. Hundreds of teens signed a pledge promising they would not use guns. More>>

New Venues Create Boom for Columbia County Economy

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The USA Rugby Southern Conference Championship was held at Blanchard Woods Park for the first time this weekend, which brought in hundreds of people to the area. Twelve teams competed against each other to move up to the eastern and western playoffs. While making Blanchard Woods Park their home this weekend, many came to watch. It's a sight Columbia County leaders have envisioned for years: a bustling and full parking lot for a large sporting event at Blanchard Woods Park. "It's amazing seein... More>>

Kayaking Safety Video included

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Important safety tips for the next time you go out and kayak.  

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Deputy Forced to Use Taser During Shoplifter's Arrest

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A Waynesboro man is in the Richmond County jail after a deputy says he had to use his taser while trying to arrest the man. More>>

Georgia DOT Stats Show Increase in Traffic Deaths Video included

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 According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, 424, or 25 percent more, people have died in Georgia in the first three months of 2015. More>>

GMA Sunday Headlines: May 17, 2015 Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's News team has the News updates that affect the Georgia and South Carolina counties of the CSRA. More>>

Wanted: Person of Interest in Moncks Corner Shooting

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MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (AP) - Police say a masked man shot and wounded a sheriff's deputy at a gas station, then hijacked a car and fled the scene.Sheriff Butch Henerey tells reporters Lt. Will Rogers was shot several times around 10:30 p.m. Thursday at the Moncks Corner gas station, about 30 miles northwest of Charleston. Officials say they're searching for the shooter.The sheriff says Rogers pulled into the gas station parking lot and was talking with a customer when a masked man came from beh... More>>

Meteorologist Kevin Niewood takes to the skies Video included

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A flight of Stearman PT-17 aircraft, a type of World War Two training aircraft, flew over the Lady A Amphitheater with our own Kevin Niewood this afternoon as part of the Thunder Over Augusta event. Each of the pilots, who served in our nation's military, flew three fly-bys of the event, including the missing man formation you see here. It was all part of Military Appreciation day. More>>

Augusta Animal Services Increases Adoptions, Educates Public

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Augusta Animal Services held the 4th Annual Friends and Family Fun Day to get more pets adopted and to educate the community The Kennel Operations Manager said numbers show that adoptions have increased this year compared to last year. She said the relationships with rescue groups and the community have helped. She said events like this raise awareness and let the public get a first-hand look at the shelter and services. Right now, the advisory board is discussing new ordinances that many say... More>>

Flight of WWII Aircraft Wows Crowd at Thunder Over Augusta

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Evans, GA - A flight of Stearman PT-17 aircraft, a type of World War Two training aircraft, flew over the Lady A Amphitheater with our own Kevin Niewood this afternoon as part of the Thunder Over Augusta event.Each of the pilots, who served in our nation's military, flew three fly-bys of the event, including the missing man formation you see here. It was all part of Military Appreciation day, and we would like to thank Dean Wingard of Taylor BMW for allowing us to ride with the pilots during ... More>>

Traffic Safety Campaign Launching in Georgia

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Georgia public safety officials say they're planning to participate in several traffic safety campaigns during the Memorial Day travel period.  More>>

GMA Saturday Headlines: May 16, 2015 Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's News team has the News updates that affect the Georgia and South Carolina counties of the CSRA. More>>

Power Back On After Car Crashes into Utility Pole

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A car crash took out power to hundreds of people in Warrenville, South Carolina. More>>

U.S. Commandos Kill Senior ISIS Commander in Syria Raid

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The Pentagon says U.S. commandos have mounted a rare raid in eastern Syria, killing the Islamic State commander in charge of oil fields in a firefight and capturing his wife. More>>

Craft Beer Goes Home By the Jug, National Craft Beer Week Celebrated All the Time Video included

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Changes to how people can consume beer in the state of Georgia came just in time for National Craft Beer Week. They're serving it up in a jug just like in the old days at Gravity Growlers. Co-owner Jonathan Marks says growlers are catching on again in bigger cities, but he and his business partner wanted to bring one to the CSRA.. “The only way to get alcohol transported from maker to your house was in a growler type of bottle or bucket or whiskey jug. Then cans and bottles came around.  More>>

Augusta to March for Babies Video included

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Those trusted to protect Richmond County can be seen supporting babies.All 400 of the Sheriff's Deputy patrol vehicles have March of Dimes magnets attached to them. Sheriff Richard Roundtree said his office always looks for ways to build a bond with groups making a difference in the community. He said this year's unique element is one of the Richmond County deputies is part of the ambassador family.  More>>

Faculty honored at MCG Faculty Senate event

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Dr. Walter J. Moore, Professor in the Department of Medicine and Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education is the medical college's 2015 Outstanding Faculty Award recipient. More>>

Homeowner Responds to ATV Accident Video included

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The Columbia County homeowner who called 911 after two young girls crashed an ATV on her property talks with News Channel 6.  More>>

Tracks Re-Opened, Cleanup Continues After Train Crash In Johnston Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6's Mike Miller checks on the cleanup process in Johnston, South Carolina after a crash involving a train and tractor-trailer that happened Thursday. More>>

UPDATED ON 6: Train Crashes Into 18-Wheeler In Johnston, South Carolina Video included

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The city of Johnston, South Carolina is cleaning up after a train hit an 18-wheeler Thursday morning. WJBF News Channel 6's Margaret-Ann Carter reports from Edgefield County on the latest information about the crash. More>>

Cedar Grove Cemetery Shooting Suspect's Bond Set

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned that bond was set Friday for a City of Augusta worker who is accused of shooting another city worker at Cedar Grove Cemetery. More>>

Mayor is also the listing agent

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Harlem city leaders are facing some tough decisions about housing for the elderly and Open-use housing. And last night at a committee meeting, housing for Open - use was not recommended. News Channel 6 is following up on the story. Mayor Culpepper, " I certainly have not done anything in this case what so ever." More>>

CONSUMER ALERT: Blue Bell Lays Off 1,450 Employees, Another 1,400 Furloughed

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Hundreds of Blue Bell employees across the country will lose their jobs as the company works on cleaning and sanitizing their production plants. More>>

Boston Bombing Suspect Get The Death Penalty

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A jury will reach the decision to give Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev the death penalty or life in prison Friday afternoon. Click for information on how to watch an ABC News Special Report. More>>

UPDATE: Amtrak Engineer To Speak To Investigators In Days To Come Video included

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Now to an update on the investigation into this week's deadly Amtrak crash in Philadelphia. Recent reports say the engineer whose come under intense scrutiny since the derailment will speak to investigators. Karen Travers with the story. The last wrecked cars of Amtrak train 188 have been removed from the accident scene. And we're seeing the train's final seconds in this closed circuit video obtained by ABC station WPVI. As the train hits that curve flash as the train derails. 32-year-old tra... More>>

UPDATED: Aiken Shooting Victim Dies

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Aiken Public Safety Officers responded to a residential burglary in progress at 310 Brown Lane in Aiken. Upon arrival, responding officers found someone who didn't live in the home suffering from a gunshot wound. More>>

WJBF EXTRA: 20 Years Of Consolidation Video included

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Join WJBF News Channel 6's George Eskola as he looks back on 20 years of consolidated government in Augusta in a WJBF EXTRA report on Thursday, May 14th. More>>

Stephanopoulos Pulls Out of Debate After Clinton Donations Revealed

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George Stephanopoulos, the chief anchor of ABC News, apologized on Thursday for not telling viewers or his bosses about $75,000 in recent donations to the Clinton Foundation.The revelations shocked many in the television news industry and prompted stern reactions from a number of prominent Republicans. Within hours, Stephanopoulos came out and said he would recuse himself from ABC's planned Republican presidential primary debate, scheduled to take place next February."I don't want to be a dis... More>>

Aiken Mayor Not Running for Re-Election

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned the Aiken Mayor, Fred Cavanaugh, is not seeking re-election.Cavanaugh became the mayor in November of 1991.Prior to that he was a City Councilman.The next election is in November 2015. More>>

Man Turns Himself in after Allegedly Dragging Officer with Car Video included

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The man suspected of dragging a Savannah Police officer with his car is behind bars.Brandon Christopher Adams, 23, turned himself into police on Thursday May 14, 2015.Investigators say Adams drove away from a gas station with the officer's arm stuck inside the car.The officer only suffered minor injuries.Adams is charged with aggravated assault and felony obstruction of an officer. More>>

US Military Confirms Wreckage Is Missing Marine Helicopter

A UH-1Y Huey takes off for a search and rescue mission from the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 13, 2015. A UH-1Y Huey takes off for a search and rescue mission from the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 13, 2015.
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Wreckage located north of Charikot, Nepal, has been identified by the U.S. military as a missing United States Marine helicopter, the U.S. military task force in Nepal said.U.S. Air Force pararescuemen and a combat rescue officer who arrived at the wreckage site confirmed that the wreckage spotted by the Nepalese military was the missing helicopter, according to a statement from Joint Task Force 505.The UH-1 Huey helicopter was carrying six U.S. Marines and two Nepalese service members when i... More>>

Rep. Hardwick Resigns after House Speaker's Investigation

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Surfside Beach Rep. Nelson Hardwick has resigned following a complaint investigated by House Speaker Jay Lucas.The speaker's office confirmed Wednesday that Hardwick chose to resign after being presented Tuesday with the results of that investigation. Lucas' office declined to immediately disclose the nature of the complaint but says documents will be released Thursday.The complaint was received a couple of weeks ago.The 63-year-old Republican's short resignation letter said he was quitting b... More>>

South Carolina House Passes Body Camera Legislation

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A South Carolina bill promoting the use of body cameras has been named for the black man who was fatally shot last month by a white North Charleston police officer.The House unanimously passed its version Wednesday. A perfunctory vote Thursday returns the bill to the Senate, which passed its version two weeks ago.Changes included an amendment re-naming it "The Walter L. Scott Law."The legislation became a priority after a bystander's video of then-officer Michael Slager fatally shooting Scott... More>>

Thunder Over Augusta Event To Return Video included

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Thunder Over Augusta will return this weekend.The event begins Saturday at 11 a.m. at Evans Towne Center Park.There will be motocross stunts, skydivers, and aircraft flyover, music from the Fort Gordon Signal Corps band and fireworks.The event returns this year after being canceled in 2014.The road behind between Evans Kroger and the Evans Towne Center Park will be closed from 6 a.m. until midnight on Saturday. More>>

6 Things You Need To Know Before You Go

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6 Things you need to know before you head out the door to start your day. More>>

Blues Icon B.B. King Dead at Age 89

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Blues legend B.B. King has died at the age of 89.  More>>

Richmond County Pet Ordinance Taking Shape, Some Pet Owners To Be Exempt Video included

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Richmond County is inching closer toward its mandatory pet fee, but not all owners will have to pay that particular fee. The Augusta-Richmond Animal Services Ordinance Subcommittee met Thursday night at Jamestown Community Center in Hephzibah. The subcommittee broke down how the ordinance would define which dogs should be exempt from mandatory spaying and neutering fees pet owners will soon face. Olga Selman, of Augusta, told the group she has two dogs and two cats that are fixed.  More>>

Fort Gordon Ground Breaking for Solar Array Project

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Construction is set to begin at Fort Gordon on a 200 acre solar project will provide alternate energy through Georgia Power for the Military Post. More>>

Augusta Exchange Club Names 2015 Youth Of The Year Video included

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The Augusta Exchange Club took time Thursday to honor some outstanding CSRA students. More>>

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Six Turtles Return To The Ocean Following Successful Treatment At Sea Turtle Hospital Video included

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Several people bid farewell to six sea turtles successfully rehabilitated by the South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Rescue Program Thursday afternoon. More>>

UPDATED ON 6: Victim In Deadly Crash Involving Dump Truck Identified Video included

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned that one person is dead in Appling, Georgia after a Thursday morning crash involving a dump truck and another vehicle.
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Aiken School Off Soft Lock Down After Incident Near The School

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WJBF News Channel 6 has learned that East Aiken School School of the Arts was on a soft lock down earlier due to an incident that was happening across from the school. More>>

Salvation Army's Doing The Most Good Event Video included

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A big evening for the Salvation Army of Augusta as the Board of Directors welcomed comic actor Patrick Warburton, for the third annual "Doing The Most Good" event. Warburton has starred in TV shows and movies and he has lent his voice to memorable characters like "Joe" on Family Guy, and "Kronk" in the Emperor's New Groove. He entertained the audience with stories from Hollywood, his family, and causes he supports through "The Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament.""You know it's a blessing and... More>>

Riverbanks Zoo & Garden: May 14, 2015

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Susan O'Cain from the Riverbanks Zoo and Gardens topped by Television Park this afternoon.
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Augusta Listed In Top 10 For Economy And Veterans Jobs For 2015

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Southern Business & Development magazine has named Augusta to a pair of their “Top Ten” lists for 2015, according to the Augusta Economic Development Authority. More>>

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  • PHOTOS: Your Hometown: Grovetown

    PHOTOS: Your Hometown: Grovetown

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    Join Us for Your Hometown: Grovetown LIVE at the Columbia County Exhibition Center Friday evening as the Gateway Southern Stampede Mustang Show rolls into town.
    Join Us for Your Hometown: Grovetown LIVE at the Columbia County Exhibition Center Friday evening as the Gateway Southern Stampede Mustang Show rolls into town.
  • Breaking: Structure fire on Edgefield Highway

    Breaking: Structure fire on Edgefield Highway

    Saturday, May 23 2015 10:58 PM EDT2015-05-24 02:58:50 GMT
    The Aiken County fire department is working to clear a fire on Edgefield Highway.
    The Aiken County fire department is working to clear a fire on Edgefield Highway.
  • Grovetown Man Dies in Kentucky Plane Crash

    Grovetown Man Dies in Kentucky Plane Crash

    Saturday, May 23 2015 10:41 PM EDT2015-05-24 02:41:40 GMT
    A Grovetown, Georgia man is dead after his plane crashed in Kentucky on Thursday night.
    A Grovetown, Georgia man is dead after his plane crashed in Kentucky on Thursday night.
  • Two-StateMore>>

  • News Minute: Here is the latest Georgia news from The Associated Press

    News Minute: Here is the latest Georgia news from The Associated Press

    A panel reviewing the way Georgia divides money among school districts is closer to making recommendations to Gov. Nathan Deal. Deal appointed members of the Education Reform Commission in January and asked for...
  • Breaking on 6: Small Plane Crashes After Leaving Columbia Airport

    Breaking on 6: Small Plane Crashes After Leaving Columbia Airport

    Saturday, May 23 2015 12:26 PM EDT2015-05-23 16:26:16 GMT
    A small plane has crashed after leaving the airport in Columbia, South Carolina.
    A small plane has crashed after leaving the airport in Columbia, South Carolina.
  • North Augusta Talks Leaks, Gas Prices with Palmetto Pipeline

    North Augusta Talks Leaks, Gas Prices with Palmetto Pipeline

    Thursday, May 21 2015 10:55 PM EDT2015-05-22 02:55:07 GMT
    The push to lay hundreds of miles of pipeline in the Southeast made its way to South Carolina. People in North Augusta shared their concerns with the company that wants to, in some cases, run fuel right through their property. This was a very different meeting from the one people attended in Burke County two weeks ago. This time, home owners did not publicly share their concerns. Kinder Morgan staff was on hand to informally answer questions. 
    The push to lay hundreds of miles of pipeline in the Southeast made its way to South Carolina. People in North Augusta shared their concerns with the company that wants to, in some cases, run fuel right through their property. This was a very different meeting from the one people attended in Burke County two weeks ago. This time, home owners did not publicly share their concerns. Kinder Morgan staff was on hand to informally answer questions. 
  • WJBF EXTRAMore>>

  • WJBF EXTRA: Laura's Lesson

    WJBF EXTRA: Laura's Lesson

    Thursday, May 21 2015 8:01 AM EDT2015-05-21 12:01:25 GMT
    Laura Baugh played 25 years on the LPGA TOURLaura Baugh played 25 years on the LPGA TOUR
    In this WJBF EXTRA report, our Chris Kane brings us the incredible story of how Laura Baugh battled the price of fame with unbelievable courage
    In this WJBF EXTRA report, our Chris Kane brings us the incredible story of how Laura Baugh battled the price of fame with unbelievable courage
  • WJBF EXTRA: Investing In Educational Excellence

    WJBF EXTRA: Investing In Educational Excellence

    Monday, May 18 2015 7:21 PM EDT2015-05-18 23:21:40 GMT
    WJBF EXTRA: Investing In Educational Excellence graphicWJBF EXTRA: Investing In Educational Excellence graphic
    WJBF News Channel 6's Deon Guillory takes an in-depth look at the benefits, AND risks of Richmond County's school flexibility option in this WJBF EXTRA report.
    WJBF News Channel 6's Deon Guillory takes an in-depth look at the benefits, AND risks of Richmond County's school flexibility option in this WJBF EXTRA report.
  • WJBF EXTRA: Inside Heart Health (Heart Disease, The Silent Killer)

    WJBF EXTRA: Inside Heart Health (Heart Disease, The Silent Killer)

    Friday, May 15 2015 5:04 PM EDT2015-05-15 21:04:00 GMT
    Photo of an electronic cardiac monitorPhoto of an electronic cardiac monitor
    When was the last time you paid attention to how your heart beats? The rhythm, how you're breathing and how you're feeling in general? Just small changes in how you feel could mean big problems with your most important muscle. Heart disease is a silent killer. Many victims never even considered they were walking time bombs and those are the heart patients that survived. Our Renetta DuBose has more in a WJBF EXTRA report.
    When was the last time you paid attention to how your heart beats? The rhythm, how you're breathing and how you're feeling in general? Just small changes in how you feel could mean big problems with your most important muscle. Heart disease is a silent killer. Many victims never even considered they were walking time bombs and those are the heart patients that survived. Our Renetta DuBose has more in a WJBF EXTRA report.
  • Business/ConsumerMore>>

  • Downtown Business Boom

    Downtown Business Boom

    Saturday, May 23 2015 7:07 PM EDT2015-05-23 23:07:41 GMT
    Downtown AugustaDowntown Augusta
    Many new businesses are opening up in Downtown Augusta. News Channel 6 talks to the owners of these businesses about why they chose to put their business in the heart of the Garden City. 
    Many new businesses are opening up in Downtown Augusta. News Channel 6 talks to the owners of these businesses about why they chose to put their business in the heart of the Garden City. 
  • Your Hometown Grovetown: Rebecca Erryn Moon Foundation

    Your Hometown Grovetown: Rebecca Erryn Moon Foundation

    Friday, May 22 2015 10:05 PM EDT2015-05-23 02:05:01 GMT
    Photo of Rebecca Erryn MoonPhoto of Rebecca Erryn Moon
    WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist John Lynn tells us about the Rebecca Erryn Moon Foundation and its purpose as part of Your Hometown Grovetown, which aired on Friday, May 22nd.
    WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist John Lynn tells us about the Rebecca Erryn Moon Foundation and its purpose as part of Your Hometown Grovetown, which aired on Friday, May 22nd.
  • Your Hometown Grovetown: Don Blackstock Interview

    Your Hometown Grovetown: Don Blackstock Interview

    Friday, May 22 2015 10:04 PM EDT2015-05-23 02:04:29 GMT
    Photo of WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist John Lynn interviewing president of the CSRA Mustang Club and Mustang Club of America National Director, Don Blackstock, during Your Hometown Grovetown on Friday, May 22nd.Photo of WJBF News Channel 6 meteorologist John Lynn interviewing president of the CSRA Mustang Club and Mustang Club of America National Director, Don Blackstock, during Your Hometown Grovetown on Friday, May 22nd.
    WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn interviews Don Blackstock, who is the president of the CSRA Mustang Club and Mustang Club of America National Director at the Gateway Southern Stampede National Show during WJBF News Channel 6's Your Hometown Grovetown broadcast on Friday, May 22nd.
    WJBF News Channel 6's John Lynn interviews Don Blackstock, who is the president of the CSRA Mustang Club and Mustang Club of America National Director at the Gateway Southern Stampede National Show during WJBF News Channel 6's Your Hometown Grovetown broadcast on Friday, May 22nd.
  • U.S./WorldMore>>

  • B.B. King Memorial to Mourn Blues Legend in Las Vegas

    B.B. King Memorial to Mourn Blues Legend in Las Vegas

    Saturday, May 23 2015 11:31 AM EDT2015-05-23 15:31:22 GMT
    BB King Photo: Getty ImagesBB King Photo: Getty Images
    B.B. King will be mourned in Las Vegas in a family-and-friends memorial ahead of the start of his final road tour home to the Mississippi Delta. 
    B.B. King will be mourned in Las Vegas in a family-and-friends memorial ahead of the start of his final road tour home to the Mississippi Delta. 
  • Breaking on 6: Officer Found Not Guilty in Shooting of 2 Unarmed Suspects

    Breaking on 6: Officer Found Not Guilty in Shooting of 2 Unarmed Suspects

    Saturday, May 23 2015 11:09 AM EDT2015-05-23 15:09:39 GMT
    A Cleveland officer has been found not guilty in the shooting deaths of two unarmed suspects in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire after a high-speed chase.
    A Cleveland officer has been found not guilty in the shooting deaths of two unarmed suspects in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire after a high-speed chase.
  • TLC Pulls "19 Kids And Counting" Amid Josh Duggar's Misconduct Reports

    TLC Pulls "19 Kids And Counting" Amid Josh Duggar's Misconduct Reports

    Friday, May 22 2015 4:41 PM EDT2015-05-22 20:41:43 GMT
    Photo of the Duggar family from TLC's "19 Kids And Counting". (Credit: TLC)Photo of the Duggar family from TLC's "19 Kids And Counting". (Credit: TLC)
    TLC says it has pulled the reality series "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule, a move that follows reports of sexual misconduct allegations against Josh Duggar from when he was a juvenile.
    TLC says it has pulled the reality series "19 Kids and Counting" from its schedule, a move that follows reports of sexual misconduct allegations against Josh Duggar from when he was a juvenile.
  • Government/PoliticsMore>>

  • New Revisions to Augusta Animal Ordinance

    New Revisions to Augusta Animal Ordinance

    New Revisions to Augusta Animal Ordinance

    Friday, May 22 2015 5:17 PM EDT2015-05-22 21:17:33 GMT
    An Augusta Subcommittee made new revisions to an animal ordinance that would require pet owners to pay a fee. Part of the ordinance states owners with animals that are not spayed and neutered will have to pay a $100 fee every year. For those who have their pets fixed, it will only be a one-time $10 fee. On Thursday, the ordinance subcommittee voted for this fee to also apply to performance and show dogs. "Jacks is like a family member to us, I've had him since he was a puppy and I wouldn't g...
    An Augusta Subcommittee made new revisions to an animal ordinance that would require pet owners to pay a fee. Part of the ordinance states owners with animals that are not spayed and neutered will have to pay a $100 fee every year. For those who have their pets fixed, it will only be a one-time $10 fee. On Thursday, the ordinance subcommittee voted for this fee to also apply to performance and show dogs. "Jacks is like a family member to us, I've had him since he was a puppy and I wouldn't g...
  • Seattle Couple Who Fled Nazi-Controlled Europe Leaves $847K Estate to 'America'

    Seattle Couple Who Fled Nazi-Controlled Europe Leaves $847K Estate to 'America'

    Friday, May 22 2015 3:08 PM EDT2015-05-22 19:08:22 GMT
    Peter Petrasek and Joan Petrasek are pictured here in the early 1990's. ABCPeter Petrasek and Joan Petrasek are pictured here in the early 1990's. ABC
    A couple from Seattle left all they had, nearly $1 million, “to the government of the United States of America" in their identical wills, the lawyer who administered the estate said.A cashier's check for $847,215.57 was received and deposited into the U.S. Department of the Treasury's general funds on May 13, according to U.S. assistant attorney Peter Winn, who told ABC News today that he was the one who worked with the Treasury Department to accept the money on behalf of the government.Thoug...
    A couple from Seattle left all they had, nearly $1 million, “to the government of the United States of America" in their identical wills, the lawyer who administered the estate said.A cashier's check for $847,215.57 was received and deposited into the U.S. Department of the Treasury's general funds on May 13, according to U.S. assistant attorney Peter Winn, who told ABC News today that he was the one who worked with the Treasury Department to accept the money on behalf of the government.Thoug...
  • VA Deputy Secretary Visits Charlie Norwood VA Medial Center

    VA Deputy Secretary Visits Charlie Norwood VA Medial Center

    Friday, May 22 2015 2:25 PM EDT2015-05-22 18:25:51 GMT
    Photo of Deputy Secretary of U.S. Veterans Affairs Sloan Gibson speaking at the Augusta Marriott's 2015 Warrior Community Integration SymposiumPhoto of Deputy Secretary of U.S. Veterans Affairs Sloan Gibson speaking at the Augusta Marriott's 2015 Warrior Community Integration Symposium
    Sloan Gibson, who is Deputy Secretary of U.S. Veterans Affairs is visiting the Charlie A. Norwood VA Medical Center Friday.
    Sloan Gibson, who is Deputy Secretary of U.S. Veterans Affairs is visiting the Charlie A. Norwood VA Medical Center Friday.
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