North Augusta Public Safety officers continue the search for a key witness in the death of a local woman.
Augusta University announced a new master’s program to build the workforce.
“M’Aiken Space” for holiday shoppers is a new initiative started by several small business owners.
Homelessness is a nationwide issue, even right here in the CSRA.
It all started as a dream, but one family decided to make it a reality.
Wednesday marked the start of a new era for the Augusta GreenJackets, with the unveiling of a new team identity.
Richmond County deputies are working a stabbing that happened early Wednesday morning.
The HTC Desire 530 phone was a gift from her mom just four months ago… but burnt pieces are all that remain.
The South Carolina Riverfront is building on its outdoor amenities.
Augusta, GA (WJBF) – Fort Gordon is a fixture in the CSRA, and it is playing a key roll in national security at the same time. As Fort Gordo…
Several groups came together in Aiken for one reason this Sunday.
People from all parts of the CSRA lined Broad Street Saturday to kick off the Christmas spirit.
The 31-year old lost contact with his family while duck hunting. His body was found the next day in the northern part of Phinizy Swamp.
“Oh he was a character,” Flo Carter laughed.
We had the honor to speak with the legendary and award winning Flo Carter who worked with Jim Nabors many years ago.
A North Augusta woman has started a Facebook campaign, “Christmas Joy for John,” aimed at collecting items for a local homeless man.
Mary Margaret Watkins of the Sports Center named a WJBF NewsChannel 6’s Woman To Watch.
North Augusta Public Safety is taking an active role in preparing houses of worship for the unimaginable.