The Jones County Sheriff's Office needs the community's help to identify a man wanted in connection to multiple cases of credit card fraud.
Former Macon Mayor C. Jack Ellis is calling on local leaders to remove the Confederate Monument in downtown Macon.
Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones says he thinks seven deaths were because of the heat.
The 12-week course gives people an opportunity to see the responsibilities of police officers.
Twiggs County deputies found an unlicensed care home on May 24.
No arrests made at this time
A man was found dead Monday afternoon at InTown Suites in Macon.
Courts say Mayor Mary Ann Whipple-Lue had no right to appoint new city attorney
Tips to recognize IRS phone scam
Bibb deputies are still looking for other teens who pulled merchandise off the shelves causing more than $2,000 in damages.
More than 300 free lunches were given away to homeless men and women in Central City Park Saturday.
Former men and women military personnel got a chance to get free dental work done in Warner Robins.
Middle Georgia Community Food Bank Backpack program held a 6K race that featured a couple of well known participants.
The special prosecuting attorney will not file criminal charges against the Laurens County sheriff's deputies who killed a Dublin man during a drug raid at his home in September.
County and state rangers are on the look out this weekend for boaters driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
Dozens of people rallied in front of the Bibb County courthouse after the U.S. Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage.
20-year-old Shankeria Chasity Ray arrested for involvement in hotel robbery
A liquidation sale for the New Perry Hotel is going on Friday through Sunday.
Applications will be accepted at the company's temporary hiring center.
Deputies found the 73-year-old Macon man on Forest Avenue about 11:30 p.m. Thursday.
Mercer University is building new lofts to accommodate the increasing number of students expected to enroll at the college.
Veterans Elementary is expected to open August 2016.
2 of 3 suspect caught in attempted burglary
30-year-old Jarvis Bass arrested minutes within burglarizing Marathon Convenience Store
Fire at God's Power Church of Christ investigated as arson
Two administrators at Central Georgia Technical College are helping to develop a two-year associate degree program at Kabul Polytechnic University in Afghanistan.
Middle Georgia State College denied opportunity to offer graduate degrees.
27-year-old Shane Edwards was hit and killed near the Flint River bridge in Butler in 1995.
The current education penny sales tax ends in December. Do you know what projects your money helped fund?
The Houston County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a three month old child.
One Forsyth couple says they want residents to get around town a little easier.
Man shot in leg, released from hospital.
Macon-Bibb commissioners are working to bring a $16 million recreation center to South Bibb County, but they only have about half of the funds to build it.
Central City Park is getting an upgrade.
The Macon-Bibb Emergency Management Agency is working on its pre-disaster mitigation plan.
Deputies say Dekota Dobbs had a malnourished dog inside his home.
The Macon Chapter of the NAACP hosted a prayer vigil Monday night for the victims of the church massacre in Charleston, South Carolina and also for the violence in our community.
God's Power Church of Christ burned down early Tuesday morning.
Prosecution seeking death penalty against Ronnie Adrian "Jay" Towns.
Reggie Moore was named the interim director for Macon-Bibb Parks and Recreation department.
Student at Warner Robins Middle School are getting out of the classroom and into the barn to learn new skills.
42-year-old Barrington "Jamaica" Richards has been arrested for cutting another man at Macon Garden Apartments.
Nearly 500 people packed into Steward Chapel A.M.E. Church for a prayer vigil for Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
The man who was shot in the neck on June 6th is dead.
Jim David, the monument's superintendent, says a bill is currently in the House subcommittee.
Early voting is underway to fill the District 146 seat.
It was supposed to open on Memorial Day, but the park developer pushed it back because of weather and site preparation.
The Warner Robins High School debate team is one of 110 high schools in the nation that has won the Leading Chapter Award.
The study, conducted between 2008 and 2012, found that a critically injured patient's proximity to one of the state's trauma centers increases their chance of survival.
Coliseum Medical Centers announced Monday is has used the da Vinci robot for the 2,000th time.
Professional organizer Andi Willis shares different kinds of storage ideas that you can use to organize your outdoor items.
A blind cheats on her blind husband, and Robocop versus the Terminator.
Of all weather-related deaths, lightning ranks number two in Georgia.
Yaya's a small pup with a big heart.
This week, you can be the Batman in the epic conclusion of the Batman Arkham series.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is the Terminator, for real, and the five stages of watching recent Pixar movie, Inside Out.
The Last Guardian, a remake of Final Fantasy 7, and Shenmue III steal the show at E3.
A sweetheart of a dog, Baxter is hoping you'll give him his "fur"ever home.
Most of the black cats at Macon Purrs N Paws are very sweet, including this one.
The Elder Scrolls takes a step into the online world, and Jurassic Park and LEGOs collide!
Delilah is one of the sweetest dogs we've had on Daybreak.
Professional organizer Andi Willis shares some tips on what you can do to organize your files.
LegoLand Master Model builder Aries Viera stops by 41NBC to talk about legos and what LegoLand is doing this summer.
National Doughnut Day, or National Donut Day, according to Dunkin Donuts is an event you don't want to miss.
The magic of happy meal toys, and what happens when animals see their reflection in a mirror?
A Douglas County man has agreed to dismiss a lawsuit against the county and election officials after the election board adopted a new policy.
Perry Mayor Jimmy Faircloth stops by 41NBC to talk about the parade and fireworks in Perry June 28th starting at 6.
One local organization is helping young men get on the right path by exposing them to positive opportunities.
The I Think I Am Foundation plans to serve the community in a big way with its annual event.
As part of Aspen Dental's Healthy Mouth Movement veterans will have the opportunity to receive free dental care.
Greg's Georgia Gardens talks about the impact of heat stroke from a landscaper's perspective.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office will train teens in defensive driving skills course this summer.
The Educational Talent Program aims to help middle and high school students.
Doctor talks about back-to-school vaccines for children.
Fountain Car Wash and Lube Shop professional talks about how you can stay safe while traveling on the highways this summer.
Bibb County officer offers tips to keep you home protected during while you're away for the summer.
Tom Ealer joins 41NBC to talk about how the John Ritter Foundation is helping anyone affected with aortic dissection.
For Valley State University is hosting an annual football benefit fundraiser.
A dancer with Kali Dance Studio in Macon gives middle Georgia a brief history lesson, and shows a few tap moves.
The Juneteenth Freedom Festival is around the corner and community activist George Muhammad shares details about how you can get involved.
Twin Lakes Library System in Milledgeville is hosting a Summer Reading Club for everyone to participate in.
It started with a few young men in the early 1980s, and has blossomed into something the community can benefit from.
A New York State trooper had the law on his side when he shot unarmed escapee David Sweat, apparently in the back, as the convicted killer ran toward a forest near the Canadian border.
Colorado theater shooter James Holmes told a psychiatrist months after the shooting that he was in jail because he "took the blood that wasn't mine to take."
NBC said Monday that it is ending its business relationship with mogul and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
A hospital spokeswoman says the latest victim of a shark attack off North Carolina's coast didn't lose any limbs to the animal that nearly took his life.
A few court clerks in Kentucky are refusing to issue marriage licenses to any couple as an objection to the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage.
The White House says it has no plans to bail out Puerto Rico from its debt crisis.
Eighteen-year-old Michael Sally says he used to think his fellow teens were selfish.
A submarine sailor has pleaded guilty to illegally videotaping female officers in the vessel's shower area, and has been sentenced to 10 months in a Navy brig.
An Ohio man convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend's parents by beating them with a sledgehammer has been sentenced to death.
Authorities say a wildfire has destroyed properties in central Washington and forced residents of several hundred homes to flee.
The California Senate will take the final legislative vote required before sending a contentious vaccine bill to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Atlanta police say they've apprehended a suspect accused of stealing a hearse with a body inside. The vehicle -- and the body -- both were recovered a short time later.
A man and his teenage son have survived an alligator attack at Cedar Hill Park outside Houston.
The pilot of small plane that crashed into the roof of a Massachusetts home, killing all three people on board, calmly tells an air traffic controller he has no engine power and is gliding in the minutes before impact.
A man in southwestern Connecticut who mistakenly bought the wrong lottery ticket is $30,000 wealthier.
A Confederate flag that was been attached to a Boston memorial honoring an all-black Union Civil War unit has been removed.
A Canadian man sentenced to life in prison for killing and dismembering his Chinese lover and mailing the body parts to schools and political parties has joined a matchmaking website for inmates.
Lufthansa is preparing to make a compensation offer this week to relatives of those who died in the March 24 Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps.
Swiss drug manufacturer Novartis says it is buying Spinifex Pharmaceuticals, a U.S.-based biotechnology company that specializes in developing treatments for chronic pain.
China is already the No. 2 trading partner of the European Union, but EU leaders are using a summit in Brussels to call for even more trade and investment.
The spokeswoman for the Paris prosecutor says two Uber managers have been taken into custody for questioning over "illicit activity" linked to the ride-hailing company's low-cost service.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrovwill travel to Vienna to join Iran nuclear talks.
A Thai ice cream company owned by Unilever has apologized for using a derogatory term for gay men in a Facebook posting marking the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage.
U.S.-based media giant Discovery Communications Inc. has secured the European broadcast rights for four Olympics through 2024 in a landmark deal worth 1.3 billion euros ($1.45 billion).
A Lebanese-Canadian man who has admitted to being a member of the militant group Hezbollah has pleaded guilty to all eight charges against him in connection with the seizure of 9 tons of a chemical compound that can be converted into an explosive.
Israel's Cabinet has approved funding for a fence to be built along part of the country's eastern border with Jordan.
In a surprise meeting with Syria's foreign minister, Russian President Vladimir Putin called on all Middle East nations to join forces to fight Islamic State militants.
A local council has rejected plans to frack shale gas in northwestern England in a case closely watched as offering a precedent for exploration in Britain.
A spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin says Putin and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi spent the weekend together at a vacation home in Siberia.
France's top security official says the government has expelled 12 radical imams and preachers since the beginning of the year and a total of 40 since 2012.
Investigators are searching for one or more accomplices in an attack on a luxury hotel in a Tunisian beach resort that killed at least 38 people, some of them sunbathers on the beach, an official said Sunday.
One of the most talked-about appearances at Britain's Glastonbury music festival wasn't a singer or rocker — it was the Dalai Lama.
Hawks guard Kyle Korver will undergo his third surgery since March when a specialist removes loose bodies from his right elbow on Tuesday.
Athletic director John McGarity announced Monday Wayne Norton's time as head coach is over.
The Georgia Supreme Court has upheld the authorization of up to $397 million in bonds to build a new baseball stadium for the Braves in Cobb County.
Drag racing will follow.
Parker Martin won his first Junior Enduro race Saturday.
Bubba Watson made an 8-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Sunday to outlast Paul Casey and win the Travelers Championship for the second time.
Kyle Busch's comeback now includes a victory - a mere five races after he returned from serious injuries suffered the season-opening weekend.
Alex Wood pitched shutout ball into the eighth inning to win for the first time in five starts, and the Atlanta Braves edged the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 on Sunday.
The Snellville native is the fist Mercer player to compete in the Home Run Derby.
The Atlanta Hawks have traded out of the first round of the NBA draft after acquiring guard Tim Hardaway Jr. from the New York Knicks.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have selected Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns with the first pick in the NBA draft.
Two team officials familiar with the deal say The New York Knicks have traded Tim Hardaway Jr. to the Atlanta Hawks for the rights to Notre Dame point guard Jerian Grant.
The Washington Wizards are acquiring Kansas freshman Kelly Oubre in a trade with the Atlanta Hawks, who selected the small forward with the 15th overall pick in the NBA draft Thursday night.
Doug Fister allowed four hits over seven innings in another superb outing by a Washington starter, and the Nationals defeated the Atlanta Braves 7-0 on Thursday for their sixth straight win.
Atlanta right fielder Nick Markakis saw his record streak of 398 consecutive games without an error end in the first inning of Thursday's game against the Washington Nationals.
Grant Hill always wondered why the Atlanta Hawks struggled to attract big-name free agents.
Drag racing will follow.
Kyle Busch's comeback now includes a victory - a mere five races after he returned from serious injuries suffered the season-opening weekend.
NASCAR is backing South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's call to remove the Confederate flag from the Statehouse grounds in the wake of a massacre at a Charleston church.
15-year-old Ridge McCoy took the checkered flag Saturday at Cochran Motor Speedway.
Kurt Busch has won his second NASCAR Sprint Cup race of the season, a rain-shortened event at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday that was called 62 laps short of its scheduled distance.
"Junior Enduro" will include drivers who aren't "street legal."
Martin Truex Jr. led the most laps for the fourth straight race, only this time he was in front on the one that mattered most, breaking through Sunday at Pocono Raceway for his first Sprint Cup victory since 2013.
The regular season in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has reached its midpoint, with 13 races completed and 13 to go before the championship Chase begins.
Poor weather conditions forced IndyCar Series officials to cancel qualifying for Sunday's second race in the weekend doubleheader at Detroit's Belle Isle Park.
Defending IndyCar Series champion Will Power won the pole position for the first race in the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit weekend doubleheader after setting a new track qualifying record on the Belle Isle Park street circuit.
Denny Hamlin will start on the pole for the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks after topping Martin Truex Jr. in Friday's qualifying at Dover International Speedway.
The series is running its sixth race of the season on Friday at Dover International Speedway. On the following day, Jones will celebrate his 19th birthday. He's scheduled to compete in the Xfinity race at this track on Saturday.
Indianapolis 500 winner Juan Pablo Montoya arrived in Detroit on Thursday after his media tour in New York City on Tuesday and then Wednesday's appearance in Fort Worth, Texas, where the series will race on June 6 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Those drivers who qualified for Dover based on their finishes at Charlotte include: Regan Smith (fourth-place finish), Darrell Wallace Jr. (fifth), Daniel Suarez (sixth) and Ty Dillon seventh. Wallace and Suarez are rookies in the series this year.
Truex, who hails from Mayetta, New Jersey, is having the best start of his 10- year career in the series, as he currently sits second in the point standings (41 points behind leader and defending series champion Kevin Harvick). He has scored 11 top-10 finishes in 12 races this year, including a second-place run in the March 8 race at Las Vegas.
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