Memorial Day Weekend Blood Drive
In March, the father of the four-year-old girl found his daughter in bed with the cord from the window blind wrapped around her neck.
The man accused of raping three Fort Valley women and attempted to rape another one had his first appearance hearing.
One of five men accused of killing eight-year-old, Jaimel Anderson in Fort Valley made his first appearance in court, Friday.
Sean Parker Stephens arrested for robbery and aggravated battery
Jean Aycock, the CEO of the Oconee Regional Medical Center is turning in her resignation.
Tracy Ford is accused of stealing a dozen vehicles from the metro Atlanta area.
Citizens Advisory Committee to host public hearing to discuss proposed changes to polling locations
The Bibb Sheriff's Office identified one of the suspects involved in Monday's shooting at a home on Goodwin Drive.
We showcase the valedictorians of Houston, Jones and Peach counties.
Base officials paid tribute to 76 deceased Team Robins members at its annual Camellia Gardens Memorial Service.
An elite unit of the Bibb County Sheriff's Office is doing its part for some local athletes.
19-year-old Latoya Berrian's body was found on Railroad Avenue in Macon.
The DA says 25-year-old Darrell Ross is facing multiple counts of rape and aggravated assault.
Federal authorities and the Milledgeville Police Department arrested a man wanted for armed robbery who has been on the run almost a month.
Investigators say 27-year-old Johntellis Montez Mathis is associated with the Blacc Team. He's wanted for aggravated assault.
Deputy Seth Conner arrested for for hitting woman
Pulaski County Fire Chief Leslie Sewell wants fire hydrants. Chief Sewell says firefighters have been hauling water to blazes for more than 40 years.
The parents of Bibb County students have an opportunity to send their kids to a different school next year.
Kylie Seitz wants to thank the people who donated blood and saved her life.
A guest speaker is invited to the Macon Rotary Club to discuss the issue of human trafficking.
If you're looking for a way to beat the heat this summer, you can take a dip in one of Macon-Bibb's pools.
Residents can begin enjoying public pools Memorial Day weekend
Daniel Kelly has 30 days to accept or appeal the Georgia Professional Standards Commission's decision.
A Houston County grand jury indicted Homer Ridley III for the 1994 murder of a Warner Robins woman.
The consolidated government's operations and finance committee reviewed the proposed FY 2016 budget for the first time.
Janie Lowe says she had no idea she was having a stroke when her face started drooping on one side.
Investigators are questioning a man they say could be connected to the recent rapes and burglaries in Fort Valley.
A Warner Robins mother forced her daughter to wear "anti-bullying" t-shirts to school for a week after she teased a classmate. She's hoping everyone can learn from its message.
Friends, family, loved ones, and law enforcement from across Middle Georgia came together this morning to pay their last respects to former Bibb County Sheriff Jerry Modena.
Shooting at Goodwin Drive home sends two men to the hospital.
The Houston County schools superintendent admits the test may be too hard.
22-year-old Porshia Johnson and 21-year-old Travis Jordan are accused of killing Johnson's 2-year-old son.
Two people are still missing after leading Monroe County deputies on a chase down Highway 87.
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity is working to increase the number of students graduating from high school in Bibb County.
More than 70 women took part in the Fight Like a Woman self defense class Saturday.
A Macon Regional Crimestoppers employee was arrested Friday for stealing less than $1,800 from the program.
An Air Force veteran fought off an armed man after she caught him inside her Wilkinson County home.
Exec. Director Andy Ambrose says he's hoping to use the multipurpose space as an event center as well as traditional museum.
A Florida judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by former Bibb County schools superintendent Dr. Romain Dallemand against a Macon accounting firm.
Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed 11 members of a new panel charged with making recommendations about what type of medical marijuana use Georgia should allow.
A Macon woman is in jail and accused of shooting her husband.
The FBI is adding $7,500 to the reward for information leading an arrest in Fort Valley rape investigation.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office Financial Crimes Unit is asking for the public's help to find a suspect wanted for forgery and deposit account fraud.
The Salvation Army of Central Georgia is calling on the community for support.
Students at Wells Elementary in Jones County went home with a new book Thursday.
Thanks to a local paint store, a Boys & Girls Club has a fresh look.
Heard Elementary students in Bibb County showed their love of healthy food in a unique way.
As Bibb County School Board members debate the need for assistant principals in elementary schools, the people whose jobs are up for discussion say they play a vital role in the school system.
Modena served with the Bibb County Sheriff's Office for more than 40 years.
She's so shy, but that's what happens when you dump a dog in the backyard and never pay him or her any attention.
A quest to find a living breathing weapon, and the third episode of a story-driven, time travel series.
A slow granny drives drivers crazy, and teens react to the Tiger handheld gaming systems of the 1990s.
Sometimes you meet a young feline that comes as close as you'll get to being a lap cat.
He's a big dog, but that just means he has a big heart.
A quest to save the world from Sin, and a mix of old-school 2D action games.
The Salvation Army is prepping for its National Salvation Army Week.
Looking for ways to declutter your home this spring? Professional organizer Andi Willis shares some easy Spring Fling tips.
A classic take of the Floyd Mayweather fight, and Tetris in real life.
Gibbie is called a tortoiseshell cat due to her coloring.
He's big, he's energetic, and he's a sweetheart.
An alternate historical take on World War II and a brand new racing IP.
Major Mary Holmes stops by 41NBC to talk about how the Salvation Army builds character in those it helps.
Jill Vanderhoek joins 41NBC to talk about how Margarita's in Mercer Village is helping Susan G. Koman.
The Historic Riverside Cemetery benefits from providing a photography class during a full moon.
Gwinnett County police say officers will be equipped with portable defibrillators and a drug that can interrupt and reverse the effects of certain drug overdoses.
Mary Caitlin Welsh is traveling to Uganda to help the GEM Foundation, an orphanage for special needs children.
Kristen Stancil joins 41NBC to talk about how you can donate blood, and if you're scared, how you can overcome your fear.
A non-profit organization wants to give middle Georgia artists the platform to perform and expose talents.
Camp Fun N' Fit wants kids to learn more about healthy eating habits and daily exercise.
Coliseum Medical Center shares a few tips to keep you healthy and educated on stroke health.
Dr. Michelle Currie joins 41NBC to talk about the the Upward Bound program, which helps students enhance their education after high school.
Songstress Zale returns to Warner Robins for a benefit concert.
One local non-profit organization providing at-risk youth with a place to use artistic expression during a theatrical production. The goal is to mentor and shape their kids' lives.
Shane's Rib talks about its annual Rib Giveaway event, and tips on a great summer BBQ.
The Tubman Museum is getting ready for its grand opening at the new location.
Rob Collier and Synithia Weaver join 41NBC to talk about the postal service's Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, River Edge Behavioral Health Center talks about treatments and resources for you or someone your know to use.
The Macon Water Authority is observing National Drinking Water Week with an open house event and a 5K run.
Bibb County's charter school movement is starting soon, and educators are preparing for the year ahead.
Parker Wallace of "What's on Parker's Plate" and Suzanne Bentley with the Georgia Beef Board share easy tips for prepping and preparing meals.
History buffs, middle Georgia's community and visitors are invited to hop on the tram and enjoy the history downtown Perry has to offer.
A community in Oregon is bringing in some unusual help to try to fix their sea lion problem. They're hoping a fake killer whale from Bellingham, Washington, will do the trick.
A surprise player has joined President Barack Obama's regular weekend golf game: Vice President Joe Biden.
A Detroit-area woman is 116 years old.
Cleveland patrolman found not guilty in deaths of 2 unarmed suspects in 137-shot barrage.
A man who was released after nearly 30 years on Alabama's death row, says he refuses to let himself be consumed by anger but says those that send him to prison decades ago will "answer to God"
A Florida woman who has been jailed for a week after fleeing with her son to keep him from being circumcised is due back in court.
A campaign is underway in places around the U.S. to "demilitarize" the police and produce officers who think of themselves as protectors of their communities, not members of an occupying force.
The operator of a broken oil pipeline that fouled a California shoreline says it could be weeks or even months before investigators are able to determine what caused the break and subsequent spill.
Farmers along the river delta at the heart of California agriculture expect to get an answer on their surprise offer to give up a quarter of their water this year in exchange for being spared deeper mandatory cutbacks.
The national president of the Boy Scouts says the organization's longstanding ban on participation by openly gay adults is no longer sustainable and is urging change.
U.S. public schools beefed up security measures with safety drills and parent notification systems in the years surrounding the massacre at Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary School, according to a government survey released Thursday.
More than 6,000 gallons of oil had been raked, skimmed and vacuumed from a spill that stretched across 9 miles of California coast in a cleanup effort that is now going 24 hours a day.
California farmers who hold rights to water that date as far back as the Gold Rush are bracing for their first state-ordered conservation in decades, as a record drought prompts some of the deepest cuts yet in the country's most productive agricultural state.
Whites are moving back to the American city that came to epitomize white flight, even as blacks continue to leave for the suburbs and the city's overall population shrinks.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is raiding pain clinics, pharmacies and other locations in four southern states as part of a crackdown on prescription pain drug abuse.
Some civil rights activists and media critics are wondering about the differences between public perceptions of the fatal violence in Waco, Texas, and protests in Baltimore and Ferguson, Missouri, over police killings of black men.
Official results: Ireland gives resounding 62.1 percent 'yes' to gay marriage in referendum.
Nigerian airlines are canceling flights as a months-long fuel shortage is aggravated by a strike disrupting fuel deliveries in Africa's biggest oil producer.
The commander of international forces in Afghanistan says the Islamic State group is actively recruiting in Afghanistan but is not yet operational there.
A Somali military official says dozens of Islamic extremists attacked two towns in southern Somalia early Saturday and clashed with government troops in which 18 militants and soldiers were killed.
German Green party politician Daniel Cohn-Bendit, once known as the youthful firebrand "Dany the Red," has been granted French citizenship — nearly a half-century after being expelled from France during the May 1968 student uprising.
President Vladimir Putin has signed a law giving prosecutors the power to declare foreign and international organizations "undesirable" in Russia and shut them down.
For months, Ireland has debated whether to legalize gay marriage. Now it's time to vote, and the choice is a simple yes or no.
The Eiffel Tower is closed to the public because workers are protesting a recent rise in aggressive pickpockets.
British police have closed roads and evacuated hundreds of homes near London's Wembley Stadium as the army works to defuse an unexploded World War II bomb.
Michael Fassbender doesn't know if the "Macbeth" curse carries over to movie adaptations, but he'd rather not test it.
Nepal's government has sent geologists to earthquake-damaged mountain villages to assess landslide risks before the rainy season begins next month.
Scientists operating the world's biggest particle collider say they have set a new energy record ahead of the massive machine's full restart in June.
The movies are in love with love, but they're often squeamish about sex.
The decision by Indonesia and Malaysia to give temporary shelter to thousands of migrants stranded at sea appears to have defused a potential Southeast Asian humanitarian catastrophe, but the root causes of the crisis remain.
The fishing town of Taiji will not stop its dolphin hunts, the mayor said Thursday, after Japan's aquariums decided to stop buying captured dolphins under international pressure sparked by cruelty concerns.
Australia's warmer climate and higher wages have long lured droves of New Zealanders across the Tasman Sea with the aim of making a better life in the "lucky country."
If the Atlanta Hawks are going to erase a 2-0 deficit in their Eastern Conference Finals series against the Cleveland Cavaliers, they will have to do it without one of the NBA's best shooters.
LeBron James scored 30 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers took total command of the Eastern Conference final even without injured star Kyrie Irving, routing the Atlanta Hawks 94-82 on Friday night for a 2-0 lead with the series heading to Ohio.
Atlanta's Kyle Korver has an ankle injury and might not return for the Atlanta Hawks against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Ryan Braun homered and drove in four runs, four Milwaukee pitchers combined to hold Atlanta to three hits, and the Brewers beat the Braves 11-0 on Friday night.
Pitcher Alex Wood has a stomach virus and will not start for the Atlanta Braves on Friday night.
The Atlanta Braves have scratched scheduled starter Alex Wood because of a stomach virus and will instead start Eric Stults on Friday night against the Brewers.
North Carolina has formally received a notice of allegations from the NCAA concerning an academic fraud scandal at the university.
Stephen Curry scored 33 points to turn back another spectacular performance by James Harden, and the Golden State Warriors held off the Houston Rockets 99-98 on Thursday night to take a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.
Julio Teheran pitched seven strong innings and the Atlanta Braves took advantage of Milwaukee reliever Will Smith's seventh-inning ejection for allegedly using pine tar in a 10-1 victory Thursday night.
Georgia plans to begin construction in January on a new indoor facility that will give the football team a long-awaited practice location during bad weather.
The Atlanta Dream has re-signed two-time All-Star forward DeLisha Milton-Jones.
Macon-Bibb United Boxing Club will host the two-day event.
The Memorial Day Shootout is this weekend in Cochran.
The Mercer University baseball team pulled out a 3-2 victory over The Citadel in the opening round of the Southern Conference Championship presented by Mountain Shore Properties.
Atlanta Hawks forward DeMarre Carroll is listed as questionable after suffering a left knee sprain during the fourth quarter of Wednesday's 97-89 loss to Cleveland in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
DeMarre Carroll's agent says an MRI on Carroll's left knee showed no structural damage, and Carroll is hoping to play for the Hawks by Friday night's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Indianapolis 500 - Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Indianapolis, Indiana
Buescher passed Elliott for the lead on the last restart with just two laps to go to win the 259-lap race at Iowa. He claimed his second career victory in the series. His maiden win occurred last August on the Mid-Ohio road course.
Waltrip has the most wins in the 600-mile event with five.
IndyCar Series driver Carlos Huertas has been ruled out of Sunday's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 due to an inner ear problem.
Jeff Gordon will join Fox Sports in 2016 to serve as a race analyst full-time for the television network's coverage of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, as he will team with play-by-play announcer Mike Joy and analyst Darrell Waltrip in the booth.
Matt Kenseth will start on the pole for a Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the first time after winning Thursday night's qualifying for the Coca-Cola 600 -- NASCAR's longest race of the season.
Five drivers competing in this year's Indy 500 have won this race in the past -- Helio Castroneves, Scott Dixon, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Tony Kanaan and Juan Pablo Montoya. Castroneves is the only one of those five that has won it multiple times. His third and most recent victory in the Indy 500 happened in 2009.
The Memorial Day Shootout is this weekend in Cochran.
Terry Labonte, a two-time Cup Series champion, and Speedway Motorsports Inc. executive chairman Bruton Smith were among those selected into the 2016 class of inductees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Ryan Briscoe is expected to replace injured driver James Hinchcliffe in Sunday's Indianapolis 500, according to multiple reports on Wednesday.
Jimmie Johnson's No. 48 team avoided penalties but did receive a written warning from NASCAR on Tuesday for altering the side skirts on their car during last Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The Indianapolis 500 has long been one of the biggest auto racing events in the world, but this year's race is being surrounded by safety concerns following several major crashes that have happened during practice.
James Hinchcliffe suffered an injury to his upper left thigh and underwent surgery at IU Health Methodist Hospital after he was involved in a major wreck during practice for the Indianapolis 500 on Monday.
Scott Dixon will start on the pole for the May 24th Indianapolis 500 after posting a four-lap average speed of 226.760 mph in Sunday's qualifying session, which had to be revised following Ed Carpenter's spectacular crash in morning practice.
Ed Carpenter escaped injury when he was involved in a frightening accident during Sunday morning's practice session for the Indianapolis 500.
Denny Hamlin will start on the pole for Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race while Greg Biffle will roll off second after they were the top-two drivers in qualifying, held prior to the race.