Bibb County Sheriff David Davis says a man attempted to steal from a resident using a hammer, when the resident shot him.
Three people are accused of breaking into two convenience stores in Perry and stealing a large amount lottery tickets.
The man accused of shooting at three law enforcment officials at a Crawford County convenience store has been indicted, and the deputies have been cleared of any wrong-doing.
A group looking to go fishing were shot at while on their boat on Saturday.
Dr. Fady Wanna was a good sport for a good cause--he ended up kissing a pig in front of everyone.
The Forsyth family who inspired the state's medical marijuana bill is finally coming home.
Commissioners Al Tillman and Virgil Watkins are teaming up with the group Macon Peace for the event.
A two year-old boy drowned in Lake Sinclair Wednesday morning.
The chairman of a key House committee says a proposal to require insurance coverage of autism therapy won't receive a floor vote this session.
Bibb sheriff's deputies arrested 22-year-old Keonte Ray Tuesday morning.
Council members voted not to agree with the Special Master, and ask for Barry Jarrett's resignation.
Snickers will be going to a foster home in Indiana.
Macon Transit Authority warns the bus line could shut down, unless Congress passes a bill allowing federal funding.
Macon-Bibb commissioners talked about the park at their committee meeting.
Georgia State Patrols investigate a three-car crash.
Georgia families who left the state to use medical marijuana are one step closer to coming home.
Man accused of using stolen credit card at multiple locations
When the deputy tried to pull him over, he simply sped up.
Volunteers are celebrating their last pet leaving its old facility.
Education jobs in Bibb County are on the line. The Board of Education is looking at ways to make cuts for their 2016 Fiscal Year budget.
Volunteers say eight dogs have gone missing in the last month.
Several Middle Georgia suspects were arrested during an investigation where authorities say they were soliciting minors for sex.
31-year-old Rinaldo Dewayne Callaway arrested for robbery by snatching and kidnapping.
Bibb County Sheriff's deputies search for two felony theft by taking suspects.
If you thought the rain was going to hinder the Cherry Blossom Parade, think again.
Bibb County Sheriff's deputies are looking for the person who shot a man in the head on Saturday night.
GBI Investigators won't release the results until Bibb County Sheriff's deputies complete its investigation.
Wesleyan College's 2015 WOW-A-Day partnered with Rebuilding Macon to spruce up homes.
Macon-Bibb Fire Capt. Ferrell Cromer flipped pink pancakes, describing himself as "blessed" after being injured in a fatal house fire.
Gordon police officer Andy Hester tells Gordon Mayor Mary Ann Whipple-Lue that he would arrest her if he had to.
Softball is coming back to North Macon Park for the first time in more than 10 years.
Senator David Lucas filed a bill that would revise the City of Gordon's charter.
The Community Foundation of Central Georgia is helping three Middle Georgia communities through its new “Neighborhood Grant Program.”
Organizers say this year will be bigger and better than ever.
50 plus animals are now living in the new Animal Welfare Center in Macon.
It happened Thursday night near Guy Paine Road and Tech Drive.
The Bibb County school board approves the contract for the new superintendent, Dr. Curtis Jones.
The Bibb Sheriff's Office's bomb squad responds to a suspicious package call at a Macon motel.
Sheriff Craig Peavy says he'll never be able to fill his father's shoes, but is looking to create his own path.
Police arrested 29-year-old Desean Hendrix.
Commissioner Al Tillman says it's time to start investing in the county's young people.
Sheriff John Cary Bittick says they were notified by Monroe's school board chair to take action.
A powerful Senate committee passed a revised version of House Bill 1 that would combine two pieces of medical marijuana legislation with the hope of bringing Georgians home.
Capt. Johnny Cleveland says he has worked with the Crawford County Sheriff's office for more than 20 years, without ever being the target of a gunman.
The Crawford County Coroner is telling Commissioners he will not use his personal car to transport bodies anymore.
Supporters of House Bill 1 met under the Gold Dome Thursday to urge lawmakers to not change the medical marijuana legislation.
Stockbridge man charged with two counts of homicide by vehicle in the first degeree. The fatal car crash on Highway 42 in Crawford County claimed the lives of two people.
The Bibb Sheriff's Office initially treated the call at the Liberty Inn on Pio Nono Avenue as a possible meth lab, but determined the smoke was coming from construction materials.
Dr. Romain Dallemand claims Mauldin & Jenkins wrote false statements about him in a 2013 audit.
The Milledgeville City Manager will not appeal the Special Master's findings on ethics complaints filed by residents.
Sissy has some spunk!
He loves to run and run and run.
Luckily, he remembered 30 seconds later.
The highly anticipated Bloodborne releases this week for the Playstation 4.
Time to catch up on who is doing the best in our contest and who is doing best on Daybreak.
Some on Daybreak were happier than others.
Fergus purrs like a nonstop motor.
He's an excitable one, isn't he?
Cops vs. criminals, a mature Final Fantasy and Bowser wrecks the party.
Thunder sounds like a low rumble from far away because...
Our high last St. Patrick's Day was this.
If getting in shape was your New Year's resolution, professional organizer Andi Willis shares some tips that will help you stay on track all year long.
Count the seconds between lightning and thunder. Every five seconds equals this many miles.
You can hear thunder up to this many miles away.
A magic door, inside the eyes of a human cannonball, and a goat dressed as Elsa. We look at the videos trending this week!
Energy from a lightning channel heats the air to 3000, 9000, or 18,000 degrees?
Members of a Georgia House panel made some changes to a divisive "religious freedom" bill, but left opponents who say it could provide legal cover for discrimination against gays and transgender people dissatisfied.
Navicent Health receives third magnet designation for nursing excellence.
Marco's Pizza is requesting the community donate to help feed the hungry.
Tax Tuesday is back, and this time it's all about overlooked deductions.
Macon Mud Run is back and muddier than ever.
President and CEO of the Cherry Blossom Festival, Jake Ferro, joins 41NBC to talk about some of the upcoming events to celebrate in Middle Georgia.
Lisa McMichael, the festival chairman, joins 41NBC to talk about all of the exciting events in Dublin going on throughout the festival.
Before you file your taxes, or if you've already filed your taxes, you need to know a few tips that will keep you from getting a tax penalty.
A Minute Clinic nurse practitioner offers advice before pollen season sparks.
Disney's favorite characters are bringing festivals and celebrations from around the world to middle Georgia.
A Macon-Bibb commissioner is looking to cleanup the streets of his district and needs your help.
A 7-year-old-boy is hoping to raise money for Georgia Cancer Friends in honor of his grandmother.
A tragic incident involving Paige Slocumb's sister, inspired her to start a safety and self-defense class for women.
Scammers are looking to steal your tax refunds, but there are ways to protect yourself, according to the Better Business Bureau.
Milledgeville residents are invited to learn more about Georgia natural resources, and local history.
One local organization pays tribute to Macon-Bibb County Public Works employees.
First Presbyterian Day School creates an interactive learning opportunity for middle Georgia families and students.
Doctors say an American health care worker who contracted Ebola while volunteering in a Sierra Leone treatment unit has improved to serious condition at the National Institutes of Health.
Prosecutors say three South Florida teens accused of creating an Instagram account to solicit and post explicit photos of other minors will participate in therapy and community service.
The beautiful weather in Florida seems to be drawing more and more Americans, with the Sunshine State climbing the ranks of most populous states and fastest-growing cities.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is pledging to defend the right to life, but the Republican hasn't weighed in on an abortion restriction bill lawmakers have approved
A French prosecutor says the cockpit voice recorder from the downed German aircraft includes the sound of passengers screaming just before the crash.
Indiana's governor is expected to sign into law a religious objections bill that some convention organizers and business leaders are opposing amid concern it could allow discrimination against gay people.
The first batch of severe weather in this year's tornado season has devastated an Oklahoma mobile home park.
A U.S. official says the Army sergeant who abandoned his post in Afghanistan and was held by the Taliban for five years will be court martialed on charges of desertion and avoiding military service.
Distractions — especially talking with passengers and using cellphones — play a far greater role in car crashes involving teen drivers than has been previously understood, according to compelling new evidence cited by safety researchers.
Utah lawmakers and Gov. Gary Herbert say they took a pragmatic approach in approving the firing squad as a form of execution if lethal injection drugs aren't available, but critics say bringing it back could hurt the state's image.
Long before any of that major league money starts landing in their bank accounts, most baseball players are in a similar predicament as everyone else in the regular workforce.
A former northwest Louisiana prosecutor says he began having nagging doubts many years ago about the fairness of the trial in a death penalty case he successfully handled in 1984.
A high school in southern Louisiana has suspended at least 45 students as part of an investigation into a student who changed grades through a web-based computer program.
Legalizing marijuana reduces drug arrests but doesn't solve one of the central goals of drug-policy reformers — ending racial disparities in marijuana enforcement.
The home of the man who carried out the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary school has been demolished.
The wife of a man who authorities say faked his own death to defraud insurance companies out of millions appeared briefly in court on counts of insurance fraud.
Cuba and the United States will debate human rights at a meeting in Washington on Tuesday in another sign of the thaw between the countries trying to re-establish normal diplomatic relations after a 50-year freeze.
According to those who taught Andreas Lubitz how to fly, there was never a sign that he was anything but thrilled to have landed a job as a co-pilot with Germanwings.
The 15th-century monarch was killed in battle, buried in anonymity, vilified for centuries and discovered under a parking lot.
President Vladimir Putin has vowed that Russia will stand firm in the face of what he described as Western attempts to isolate the country politically and pressurize its economy.
Tunisian officials have sought to dampen down on worries that the sets from the iconic Star Wars movies are under threat from Islamic State militants.
A French prosecutor says only a deliberate action by the co-pilot of a doomed Germanwings plane could have kept the pilot from regaining access.
The BBC says it has decided not to renew the contract of "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson after a fracas with his producer.
Former President Jimmy Carter has met with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Muqrin during a visit to the kingdom.
As the economic crisis sweeps through Russia, a dangerous trend is emerging in this heavy-drinking country: the rise in consumption of potentially lethal moonshine, medical alcohol or even cleaning products.
Germany has signed an agreement to return to its rightful owner an Henri Matisse painting that was seized under Nazi rule.
A year-long AP investigation finds that hundreds of men in a remote Indonesian island and its surrounding waters are forced to fish, with some of the slave catch eventually reaching U.S. dinner plates.
Syrian rebels have launched an offensive against a major government-held city in northwestern Syria.
Egypt's forensics authority has dismissed its spokesman, a doctor who said last weekend that a female protester killed by police in January died because she did not have enough fat on her body to protect against shotgun pellets.
Israel's defense minister is denying a report that his country spied on the United States' handling of sensitive negotiations over Iran's nuclear program.
Sweden's military says it has observed four Russian military planes in the Baltic Sea region, including two bombers, flying with shut-off transponders that are necessary for identifying aircraft on radar.
French President Francois Hollande says no survivors are likely in the Alpine crash of a passenger jet carrying 148 people.
Josh Harrison led off the game with a home run that ended Wandy Rodriguez's scoreless streak at 12 innings, and the Atlanta Braves beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-5 Thursday.
Senior Shanteona Keys (Roswell) continues to add to the most decorated resume in Georgia College women’s basketball history.
Veteran John Buck announced his retirement Thursday.
Paul Millsap had 25 points and 11 rebounds, and the Atlanta Hawks snapped a three-game losing streak with a 95-83 victory over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.
Precious Bridges and Alicia Williams led the Mercer women’s basketball team with 19 and 15 points, respectively, but it was not enough as the Bears fell to Siena, 65-54, in the WBI semifinals on Wednesday evening.
College bowl executive David Matlin was named athletic director for the University of Hawaii on Wednesday.
The challenge of learning new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer's playbook has evened Georgia's three-man quarterback competition.
The Atlanta Hawks have signed forward Austin Daye to a second 10-day contract.
The most recent National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) poll was released Wednesday, March 25 and the Georgia College softball team (30-4, 7-1 PBC) has jumped two spots to No. 8 in the country.
The Atlanta Hawks have signed forward Austin Daye to a second 10-day contract.
Jordan Bowling had 18 points and seven rebounds, Anthony Hilliard added 14 points and Dalton State (Ga.) College cruised to a 71-53 victory over Westmont (Calif.) College in the NAIA national championship game on Tuesday.
Ryan Howard hit his third home run of the spring and Darin Ruff also connected, helping the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Atlanta Braves 6-3 on Tuesday.
The Knights faced off against the Thomas University (GA) Night Hawks on Tuesday afternoon and the result was a little different from the opening series of the season.
The Mercer University baseball team defeated Georgia 12-8 on Tuesday night at Foley Field, sweeping the season series and recording its third-straight victory over the Bulldogs.
The Trojans scored all of their runs in the first inning.
The Falcons' financially conservative approach to this year's free-agent signings may have been influenced by hopes of keeping star wide receiver Julio Jones from leaving next year.
NASCAR placed Sprint Cup Series crew chief Slugger Labbe on suspension for three races and fined him $50,000 for a rules infraction discovered during last Friday's opening-day inspection at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.
Joe Gibbs Racing revealed on Wednesday that J.D. Gibbs, the team's president, is starting treatment for symptoms impacting areas of brain function, including speech and processing issues.
Seven months after running its last race, the Verizon IndyCar Series is back on track with its 2015 season opener this weekend on the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida.
Brad Keselowski roared past Kurt Busch on the final lap and held off streaking Kevin Harvick to win at Fontana on Sunday, earning his first NASCAR victory of the season in a wild finish.
The first round of the 2015 Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship, sanctioned by AMA (ATVMX), took place on Saturday in Middle Georgia with the Georgia National, presented by Kimsey Powersports, from Echeconnee MX.
Brian Vickers said on Sunday that he will be sidelined for at least three months while being on blood-thinning medication for small blood clots that were found in both of his lungs this past week.
Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick gave Stewart- Haas Racing a front starting row sweep for Sunday's 400-mile Sprint Cup Series race at Auto Club Speedway, with Busch winning his first pole in nearly two years and Harvick qualifying second.
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Larson's hometown is Elk Grove, California, a suburb of Sacramento. This is his second full season competing in the Sprint Cup Series, driving the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing. He has yet to win a race in NASCAR's top racing circuit.
When Harvick and his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet team headed to Las Vegas earlier this month for the start of the West Coast tour, they never imagined completing it with a sweep. They have one more race to go to do it.
Michael Waltrip Racing revealed on Friday that Brian Vickers, driver of the No. 55 Toyota, will miss this weekend's race at Auto Club Speedway after he experienced a reoccurrence of blood clots, requiring him to begin taking blood-thinning medication.
The Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship, sanctioned by AMA (ATVMX), is the world’s longest-running and most prestigious ATV racing series.
Kevin Harvick has become a one-man show in the Sprint Cup Series.
Kevin Harvick is redefining dominance at NASCAR's highest level.
Kevin Harvick has a record six Sprint Cup Series victories at Phoenix International Raceway, including four of the last five races, but had never won a pole position here until Friday's qualifying.
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