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Friday's meeting offered an opportunity for veterans and their families to hear latest on Department of Veterans Affairs' programs
Hundreds of people turned out to rally their support for David Hooks. Hooks was shot and killed during a raid on his Dublin home.
The State Fire and Insurance Safety Commission ruled last week's fatal house as undetermined.
The Hooks family attorney says new evidence indicates David Hooks was lying face down on the ground when he was shot in his back and head during a drug raid conducted by the Laurens County Sheriff's Office.
Overcrowding at the Dublin Laurens County animal shelter has become such a problem, the only option to ease the cramp kennels is euthenization.
Congressman-elect Rick Allen stopped in Dublin to meet with residents.
A Dublin hospice facility paid a little more than half a million dollars to settle allegations that it submitted false Medicare claims.
Early morning fire under investigation after couple dies
Citizens in Dublin took an hour out of their day to say thanks to those who protect our nation.
Veterans looking for a job are invited to attend a career expo Tuesday in Dublin.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the East Dublin Police Department are asking for the public's help to find a woman investigators believe disappeared from the result of foul play.
A Dublin historic landmark is undergoing a multimillion dollar restoration and will soon become the home for a Middle Georgia college.
US Congressman John Barrow sent a letter to the Veterans Affairs Secretary questioning the removal of former Carl Vinson VA Medical Center Director John Goldman.
Veterans can get free flu shots thanks to the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center.
Senator Isakson say information from the local VA and Washington are conflicting.
An investigation led by the inspector general of Veterans Affairs revealed the hospital has manipulated data.
59-year-old David Hooks was shot and killed after a knock and announce warrant was served at his home.
Four Peach County students and three Dublin City Schools students are getting a head start at saving money for college.
Former prison guard, 23-year-old Meagan Deaton was sentenced to 30 days in prison for her involvement in a prison smuggling incident.
Have you seen this golden retriever?
The flu season is almost upon us, so to spread the word on the flu shot, we at Daybreak decided to get our flu shots live.
Michael's Seafood and Deli in Dublin is one of a few sponsors hosting a golf tournament Thursday to help prevent overcrowding in the Dublin Laurens Humane Society.
A former Department of Veterans Affairs employee is accused of defrauding the federal government out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Dublin Police and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating the fatal shooting of 45-year-old Ira Underwood.
Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia provides prayer space in its Jobs Connections conference room for Dublin Mall shoppers.
Stacy Nobles, head football coach of the West Laurens Raiders, stops by Coaches' Corner to talk with host Bill Shanks.
A European company that makes fiberglass products plans to build its U.S. headquarters in Laurens County.
A woman who says she was misidentified and wrongly imprisoned when police mistook her Social Security number for that of another woman filed a civil rights lawsuit Monday against officers in two Georgia law enforcement agencies.
The Carl Vinson V-A Medical Center will host a tea party for women veterans tomorrow.
Longtime Dublin resident Scott Thompson stopped by 41 Today to talk about the changes he has seen in the community over several decades.
If you're looking for fresh produce, the farmers market in downtown Dublin is open every weekend. Tara Bradshaw from Main Street Dublin stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about it.
41NBC caught up with Dublin Mayor Phil Best to find out why the Emerald City is the place to live, work, and play.
Strengthening the community is the goal of the Young Gamechangers program. This year, the group focused on Dublin and Laurens County. Howard Franklin with Georgia Forward stopped by 41 Today to tell us about the program.
41NBC hosted a special edition of 41 Today live from Dublin. Rebecca McWilliam from Visit Dublin stopped by Founders Park to welcome us to the Emerald City and she gave us an overview of what's going on around the community.
Marco took a few stops in the Emerald City and loved it!
The Dublin High School Fighting Irish take going green to a whole new level. Last year, the school district installed a solar plant farm on campus. School leaders say since they've turned on the power, they've saved a lot of green.
Four wonderful dogs visited us in Dublin.
Dublin's Downtown Development Authority says the library's new purpose should be a big draw.
441 Speedway has reduced the cost for families this season by not charging admission for kids 8 and under.
A recap on the races to fill open seats for the Laurens County School Board and Board of Commissioners.
Register TODAY for the upcoming blood drive. We'll be in Bibb, Houston, Laurens, Monroe and Baldwin Counties, starting May 23-24th.
A 4-year-old girl in eastern Laurens County dies after an apparent drowning in a pool.
Dustin Sage Mitchell, 17, and a juvenile have been arrested in connection with the murder of a 66-year-old Laurens County man.
52-year-old Sherry Lynn Waldrep is behind bars after allegedly robbing a Laurens County
Easter Seals Middle Georgia helps families with sick children across the community pay for medical treatment. Denise Creel stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about the Champions for Children Program.
The Heart of Georgia College and Career Academy opens for students interested in learning hands-on experience in various trades.
Laurens County house fire under investigation
If you haven't filed your taxes yet and are hoping for an option that doesn't cost money...
The manager of the Stone Horse Tavern in Dublin, Georgia to talks about some Irish traditions that continue today.
Hunting is a popular sport across Middle Georgia. A church in Laurens County is using that passion to raise money to go toward digging a well for a village in Africa.