Locals react to deadly Sri Lanka attacks

A beautiful Easter Sunday in the CSRA packed churches in the morning and parks in the afternoon for family time.

UPDATE: Burke County man who was missing has been found

  Community gathers to celebrate the life of Latania Carwell

  Burn patients and doctors reunite at GreenJackets game

Funeral and balloon release planned for 2-year-old girl

  Man killed in Richmond County after car hydroplanes

Power outages as severe weather rolls across CSRA

Continued Coverage

  First Alert Weather Day: Tornado Watch in effect through 6 p.m.

Biden expected to launch presidential campaign next week

UNC’s Hatchell resigns after findings from program review

  UPDATE: 18-year-old man dead after shooting on Deans Bridge Road

Disabled veteran in Jackson gets a new roof for family’s home

Two men arrested, drugs and cash seized in Burke County drug bust

At around 11:33 Thursday morning, Burke County Sheriff’s Office narcotics investigators, assisted by the Criminal Investigation Division and Crime Suppression Team, executed a search warrant at a home on the 1200 block of Hale St. in Waynesboro.

  Update: Suspect in custody after high-speed chase results in crash

North Augusta Public Safety Officers and the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office are currently searching for suspects that crashed in a high-speed chase that started in Columbia County.

  Two months after the funeral, family still waiting for mother to be buried

Dorthy Johnson couldn't be interred on the day of her funeral because of bad weather.

  Trump tried to choke Russia probe, oust Mueller, report says; president claims it shows no collusion or obstruction

Those efforts "were mostly unsuccessful, but that is largely because the persons who surrounded the President declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests," Mueller wrote.

  UPDATE: Second man arrested in Savannah Avenue murder, police still looking for third

Police looking for missing Richmond County teen

  New park inspection after legal notice sent to Augusta officials regarding electrocution death of Melquan Robinson, Jr.

Update: Man arrested after GBI raids home in Columbia County

Paine College cancels classes after student death

Local man shares how he overcame needle phobia

The fear of shots is often associated with children but people of all ages experience it. Chances are you or someone you know avoids going to the doctor for this very reason, you are scared of needles.

Sheriff’s Office: Shred your old documents

What do you do with your sensitive personal, tax and banking information? Law enforcement officers say you should shred it.

Fight over lock and dam is underway

The regional fight to preserve the lock and dam is underway. Richmond County Commissioner Sean Frantom says it’s the most frustrating thing he’s ever been part of.

  Commissioner looks ahead to future of city manager and attorney positions

Two top city employees submitted their resignation Tuesday after a contentious executive session called to discuss the firing of former city attorney Andrew Mackenzie.

  Greenbriar High School student signs for U.S. Naval Academy

A signing ceremony was held by Congressman Jody Hice for a Greenbriar High School student who is making his way to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.

  Neighbors heartbroken after 2-year-old’s death

Investigators say Marquie Gunter shot and killed his girlfriend’s child during an argument about a vehicle. FOX 54 spoke with neighbors who are heartbroken over this senseless crime.

Update: Richmond County man faces multiple charges after standoff with police

Richmond County deputies are involved in a standoff with a man at Allen Homes in Augusta.

Mayor’s Fifth Annual Easter Egg Drop cancelled

Due to inclement weather, the Mayor’s Fifth Annual Easter Egg Drop scheduled for Friday, Apr. 19 has been cancelled.

  H54K: Fox Creek High student overcomes diagnosis and moves forward with golf fate

Find out how a Fox Creek High School student overcame his diagnosis and set on a path his family calls his destiny in this week’s High Five for Kids.

  Update: Man charged with murder in shooting death of two-year-old girl

Investigators responded at 7:44 p.m. Tuesday and said a domestic dispute led to the shooting death of 2-year-old Jaziah Pollard. One man is in custody and is believed to be responsible for the child’s murder.

  Two city leaders out of a job after commission meeting

City Administrator Janice Jackson and City Attorney Andrew MacKenzie turned in their resignations after commissioners unanimously voted to terminate their positions in executive session.

  Commissioner wants focus to to be on public safety at local parks

Commissioner Hasan says city's number one priority should be fixing the facilities similar in nature to Fleming Park.

  Public Safety Committee working on new safety SOP after Melquan Robinson’s death

Richmond County commissioners say they’re working to make the city and facilities safer.

  Public hearing scheduled to discuss decal on Mayor Davis’ SUV

Mayor Hardie Davis will have a decal on his city issued SUV – for now.

Recall alert: Chewy Chips Ahoy cookies recalled due to ‘unexpected solidified ingredient’

Mondelēz Global LLC is recalling 13-ounce packages of Chewy Chips Ahoy cookies due to an “unexpected solidified ingredient,” the company said.

Temporary Lane Closure on Evans to Locks Road from N Belair Rd to Columbia Industrial Blvd

Temporary lane closure on Evans to Locks Road between North Belair Road and Columbia Industrial Boulevard.

Richmond County Sheriff’s Office seeking identity of suspect

The unknown male subject is wanted for a home invasion that occurred on the 3600 block of New Karleen Rd on Tuesday Apr. 16.

  Storms leave deaths, damage and injuries in their wake

Storms that hit Ohio on Sunday and moved into New Jersey overnight into Monday brought heavy rains, lightning, strong winds and, in Ohio, at least one tornado.

  Augusta Fire-Rescue breaks ground for future fire station

Firefighters, city council members, and more joined Augusta Fire - Rescue at Monday's groundbreaking ceremony.

Man detained at Augusta University Medical Center

A man has been detained at Augusta University Medical Center after a dispute with employees, situation is under control by authorities.

  ‘Mass Exodus’ at Augusta Regional Airport after Masters Week

Masters Week is equivalent to a month of normal air operations, according to Augusta Regional Airport Executive Director Herbert Judon. He said things should be back to normal Tuesday.

Appling area interstate 20 slab repairs begin April 16

The Georgia Department of Transportation will be conducting repairs starting on Tuesday, Apr. 6 until Thursday, Apr. 8.

Tiger Woods to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

President Donald Trump announced on Twitter on Monday that he will be presenting golfer Tiger Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Richmond County Sheriff Deputies on scene at Glenwood apartments

FOX 54 is on the scene near Lumpkin Rd. on Pineview Dr. where Richmond County Sheriff Deputies are responding to reports of a shooting.

  Golf fans brave final round despite weather conditions

Shortly after Woods won the tournament, there was an evacuation due to severe weather.

Herbal supplement kratom linked to more US deaths than previously known

A government report released Thursday said kratom was a cause in 91 overdose deaths in 27 states. Officials previously said they knew of 44 nationally.

Patrons talk about changes over the decades at Augusta National

Augusta National Golf Club is always working to make the Masters Tournament experience the best it can be for patrons and the world’s best golfers.

Race to 18th

If you look in the sports dictionary, and find the word tradition, The Masters Tournament would be the image.

Tiger Woods wins 2019 Masters

For the first time since 2005, Tiger Woods earns a new green jacket to add to his collection as the 2019 Masters Tournament Champion.

First Alert Weather Day: Tornado Watch in effect until 7 p.m.

The final round of the Masters tournament is being played under dark skies. Severe weather looms over much of the FOX 54 viewing area.

Preparation done by local businesses for Masters helps with the rest of the year

Even though the tournament will be over next week, these businesses say they will continue to boom because locals will be coming back from vacation.

  Harlem Mayor asks for House Bill 598 to be vetoed

The Mayor of Harlem is asking Governor Kemp to veto House Bill 598.

Woman creates unique Caddyshack themed hat for Masters

Nancy Mitchell’s hat really turned a lot of heads out on the course. She explained the inspiration behind her unique creation.

Stormy weather could wreak havoc on final day of Masters play

Weather had a huge impact on the 2019 Masters and perhaps the worst of it could be on the way for what is supposed to be the final day of tournament play Sunday.

Experts talk about what it takes to keep the Augusta National landscape pristine

FOX 54 spoke to several landscape experts in the Augusta area who have not worked with Augusta National Golf Club directly, but have experience in landscape projects for golf courses and other commercial properties.

UPDATE: Man killed in Grovetown crash identified

One person is dead after a crash on Wrightsboro Rd. in Grovetown, GA.

Augusta at Night: “epitome” of perfect Master’s week event

The inaugural event sold out to a crowd of 3,500.

  More details in RCSO deputy arrested charged after hitting wife

New information on the Richmond County Sheriff Offices deputy that was arrested last week for domestic violence is out.

  Look out for forced labor trafficking victims during Masters Week

Statistically, the likelihood of trafficking - particularly for the sex trade - goes up this time of year during Masters Week. The Department of Justice said that’s also for the service industry.

What do recently announced changes mean for the history of the Masters?

The Augusta National and Masters week is all about tradition but just this week some major upgrades and announcements were made that will surely change the area in and around Augusta National. The changes in store are the underground tunnel beneath Washington Road, the construction of a state of the

Multiple agencies rely on cutting edge investigative work, technology to ensure safety at Masters

The Department of Justice says local, state and federal agencies all work together to keep you and the thousands of Masters Week visitors safe.

Masters: What if there is a Monday finish

In the CSRA we're no strangers to rain impacting play at the Masters Tournament.

Friday play resumes at Masters

Play has been suspended at the Masters tournament Friday due to severe weather in the area.

Richmond County man missing

The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help finding a missing man.

  Watching Your Wallet: Experts give advice on reining in your tax refund

Rather than taking a tax refund check and splurging on a quick shopping spree, NerdWallet advises people make smart spending – or saving - plans.

  Weather with Jay: Braxton Thomas

Weather with Jay featured Braxton Thomas from C H Terrell Academy

  Masters Amen Corner proposal

During Round 1 of the Masters, golfers were not the only ones saying a prayer through the Amen Corner.

Hootie and the Blowfish to play at Augusta at Night

What better way to enjoy your Friday night, than to enjoy nine-time GRAMMY award-winning artist Sheryl Crow opening up for Hootie and the Blowfish at SRP Park in North Augusta, S.C.

Masters: what to do when there is a weather warning

If you are attending the Masters Tournament this weekend there is a threat of rain and possible storms.

  Patrons weigh in on who will win 2019 Masters

Thursday kicks off the first day for tournament play at the Masters.

  The science of swing, the mechanics of golf

There’s a lot of elements that make a great golfer and one is good physical fitness.

  The Masters and everything you need to know

With the 83rd edition of The Masters being on the brink of history, FOX 54 wants to make sure patrons are prepared as they travel to Augusta for the week.

Masters 2019 Round 2 groupings

Here is a list of the groupings and starting times for Round 2 of the 2019 Masters Tournament.

  Masters Week boosts business at Putt-Putt Fun Center

A local putt putt business rakes in the green during Masters Week.

  Azaleas steal the show at Augusta National

It’s a mystery how the flower became a staple at Augusta National Golf Club, but many varieties grow well in the area and people are drawn to the big colorful blooms, according to UGA Cooperative Extension agent Campbell Vaughn.

Baurle boat ramp at Lock and Dam reopened

The Baurle boat ramp at Lock and Dam reopened on Thursday, Apr. 11.

  North Augusta drawing a large crowd during the Masters

Those in town for the big golf tournament are not only spending time in Augusta, but North Augusta as well.

  Patrons react to Augusta National tunnel announcement

Augusta National Golf Club confirmed and announced Wednesday the plans to construct a tunnel underneath Washington Rd., connecting the north side of the road to the primary property near Azalea Ln.