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You can enjoy an evening of cocktails and cupcakes, while helping Middle Georgia families who have children on the autism spectrum.
The plan is to make a video using the photos and an Earth mosaic image using what we submit to social media.
Professional organizer Andi Willis shares tips to organize your bathrooms cupboards and drawers.
Daybreak anchors Amanda Castro and Marco La Manno share some of their own awkward family photos.
A local church is giving away free gas cards this weekend, but in order to find out where you can fill up, you will have to like 41NBC on Facebook.
Amanda and Marco celebrate National High Five Day the only way they know how...
His brothers, Pooh and Roo, have been adopted, but Tigger is still waiting for a home.
A forgotten art form will be celebrated this weekend, at the pin point heritage museum in Savannah.
This July marks the 35th anniversary of the Sony Walkman. Does that make you feel old?
It is never too late to talk about saving money to pay for your child's college education.
This month for 41 Book Club, we're reading The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith, better known as J.K. Rowling.
I tried to think of a clever title, but this is what I thought of instead, and it's the most accurate one.
Social media is everywhere. Kids are tweeting, Instagramming, Facebooking, Snapchatting, and participating in all kinds of social sites. They're also starting a young age. Beth Bumsed and Kathleen Gettman from First Presbyterian Day School stopped by Daybreak to tell us about an upcoming conference to help parents keep up with this social media world.
Keeping your closet neat and organized is not a simple task! The key is to use your space wisely. Andi Willis with Good Life Organizing shared some tips on Daybreak.
GVRA is hosting a veterans job fair in Macon on April 10th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
April is Autism Awareness month. This weekend, you can ride a bicycle to help local families who have children on the autism spectrum. Janet Ward from Central Georgia Autism and John Cozart from Big Ring Racing stopped by Daybreak to tell us more about the “A Journey for Autism” ride.
It is starting to get warm across the Peach State and if you're looking for a way to cool off then why not head North on I-75 and check out Six Flags Over Georgia! Gene Petriello stopped by Daybreak to talk about the theme park and its brand new water park!
Daybreak anchor Amanda Castro launched her new segment Thursday on the morning show called “41 Book Club.”
Sandy the Kitty visits from Macon Purrs N Paws
Pizza Hut Presents Its Left-Handed Chicken Wings
Some students across Middle Georgia are on spring break and with the summer only months away, many of us are gearing up to enjoy the beautiful sunny weather. But before you go outdoors, you have to take steps to protect yourself. Maggie McCune from Community Health Works stopped by Daybreak to tell us more about skin cancer.
It's time to tee off and hit the fairway to benefit the Museum of Aviation. Mark Stevens stopped by Daybreak to tell us about the 9th Annual Brigadier General Robert L. Scott Jr. memorial Golf tournament.
Meet Isis, this adorably timid cat from Macon Purrs N Paws.
Spring is here and that means it is time for spring cleaning and organizing. Andi Willis with Good Life Organizing shares some tips to organize your shoes.
You may have heard singer and songwriter Eric Himan's hit song "Everything to You" on satellite radio or while shopping in the mall, now you'll have the chance to see him perform live in Macon at the Cox Capitol Theatre.
The Mercer Bears take on the Duke Blue Devils Friday in the NCAA tournament. Carl Fambro from Francar's Buffalo Wings stopped by Daybreak to talk about game day food and how you can watch the game at Mercer Village.
A Warner Robins ministry is hosting a youth rally event this weekend to share the gospel of Christ with the youth of Middle Georgia.
Spring is almost here! Cardiologist Dr. Shyla High stopped by Daybreak to tell us how we can spring into fitness and a longer life and share some heart healthy tips.
Author Troy Hazard stopped by Daybreak to talk about his new book: "Future-Proofing Your Business: Real Life Strategies to Prepare Your Business for Tomorrow, Today!"
Chick-fil-a restaurants all over middle Georgia are holding the Give 2, Get 1 canned food drive.
The manager of the Stone Horse Tavern in Dublin, Georgia to talks about some Irish traditions that continue today.
Spring is almost here and that means it is time to put away the coats and scarves. You may also want to take the time to clean out your closet of clothes you don't wear anymore.
Chris Cookman from Mosquito Joe in Macon stopped by Daybreak to share tips on mosquito control this season.
Looking for an evening of talent and fashion?Then you won't want to miss Friday night's show, The K Factor, presented by The Kendrick Academy in Fort Valley.