We’re talking about fentanyl. And, if you’ve been hearing about rainbow fentanyl, well, investigators tell the ITEAM, it’s already here. In powders and in pills… in pinks and blues and greens and here, in Augusta.
A 12-year-old is back home after spending 51 days in the JMS Burn Center due to a science experiment going horribly wrong. Our ITEAM spoke to the experts about modern fabrics and what you need to know about burn risks.
Local court cases locked in limbo for years are finally starting to move their way through the court system again and we’re not talking about the ones held up because of COVID. These are cases the Augusta District Attorney wanted someone else to handle.
A big update tonight about allegations of fraud, forgery, and a cover-up at Augusta University. We broke this story back in 2017 when we uncovered claims that Augusta University lied to the federal government about how a research monkey died.
For years, we’ve been exposing things like mold, gas, and electrical problems on post. Senator Warnock says he’s paying attention. He’s now pushing a bill to help military families find affordable housing off post.
We have an update on an I-Team investigation into allegations of fraud, forgery, and a cover-up at Augusta University. In 2017, we uncovered claims the university lied about how a research animal died. Now, a whistleblower case is unfolding in court.
We have good news to share about a local 3rd grader with leukemia. It’s not a perfect match, but a recent donor’s generosity could mean Amelia Johnson is one step closer to living the life she deserves.
It’s been 10 days since a pair of senators joined forces across the aisle to call on the Pentagon to put the private company in charge of housing at Fort Gordon under an even stronger microscope. Here's an update.