Wreaths Across America lays almost 2,000 wreaths in Aiken County

2,000 wreaths were laid at veteran graves in a total of seven cemeteries across Aiken County.

  Grieving parents say priest condemned their son at funeral because he committed suicide

Catholic officials say the priest won’t be preaching at funerals for the foreseeable future and will undergo training on how to become a more effective minister.
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Watch: Pair of horses pull tractor trailer up icy hill

The two work horses surprised everyone - especially the truck driver.

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  Oil from King Mill leaks into Savannah River

Waynesboro police searching for missing man

Pedestrian struck and killed on Mike Padgett Hwy, only one of many dangers facing homeless people

1 injured in North Augusta dog attack

  McCormick County schools in $2 million deficit

McCormick County schools have been dealing with a deficit for more than 3 years, totaling around $2 million. It’s a FOX 54 exclusive and our Miya Payton investigates and spoke with county leaders about what is being done.
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Interior secretary Zinke to leave administration by end of year, Trump says

Ryan Zinke , the 52nd Secretary of the Interior, was tapped by Trump in December 2016.

Columbia County rezoning proposal revised, now only two schools involved

Investigators identify person accused of touching child’s genitals in Golden Corral

People & Places with Pierce: Santa Claus, Georgia

Stevens Creek Church donates toys to Children’s Hospital of Georgia

The Hope Dealer tackles military members’ destructive patterns

Children’s Hospital needs your vote for #VoteForMiracles

Suspects wanted in Hephzibah armed robbery

Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen gets 3 years in prison

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Sign-up deadline is Saturday for ACA health law coverage

Saturday is the deadline for ACA coverage in most of the country.

COMMUNITY

Savannah River Brewery hosts toy drive for Toys for Tots

47 nonprofits awarded more than a half million in grants from the Community Foundation

Forty-seven non profits received grants that will keep their doors open because of the money donated to the Community Foundation.

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Crews extinguish fire at Rocky Creek Mobile Home Park

2nd suspect identified, still sought in Aiken County stolen vehicle case

Jury recommends life, plus 419-year sentence for James Fields Jr.

Operation 30906 indicts more than 2 dozen “alpha” criminals in the Augusta area

  Holiday season is prime time for porch pirates

Porch Pirates are known for popping up this time of year around the holiday. It only takes the criminals a few seconds to pick-up your package and walk away.
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  Texas judge dismantles Obamacare, ruling individual mandate unconstitutional

A federal judge in Texas ruled that the rest of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, was inextricably linked to the individual mandate, and so the whole law is unconstitutional.

  Bomb threat at Midland Valley High, school evacuated

Mobley family donates to Toys For Tots collected at annual Christmas Party

Georgia Department of Transportation treats roads ahead of possible winter weather

Aiken Christmas Parade goes on as planned, despite weather