Dollar General is opening its 12,000th store in Juliette Saturday.
In Bibb County, you'll find seven valedictorians who are ready to start college and build their futures.
The Oconee Regional Medical Center appointed an acting CEO after the former hospital leader stepped down last week.
According to the Warner Robins Police Department, 42-year-old Leroy Wilson III walked up to an employee of Smokes 2 Bar and Grill around 9:30 a.m. with a gun.
The Motivating Youth Foundation's Director, Roger Jackson, was arrested and charged with battery.
The Middle Georgia Regional Commission, with help from the Strong Cities, Strong Communities initiative, applied for an EPA grant.
The GBI is working to find out who is misappropriating funds from the city of Alamo.
32--year-old Jerry Kennedy arrested by Wheeler County Sheriff's Office
Macon-Bibb County spokesman Chris Floore says the Macon Water Authority found unusually high E. coli numbers last night.
The Milledgeville teen accused of killing a woman and injuring another last Friday night is now in police custody.
Residents want the Citizens Advisory Committee to tell the board they do not want the proposed polling location changes.
Macon-Bibb County is working to have pools across the city open six days a week.
The city will now operate under a council-manager form of government.
Three former Bibb County Sheriff's deputies were sentenced after they were arrested on federal corruption charges.
The new development will include a hotel, residences, retail space, a restaurant, and a parking structure.
A man in his car is shot at on Chappell Street.
Sheriff Howard Sills says it appears to be a suicide by cop situation.
Rate drops from 6.6 to 6.4.
Milledgeville voters will decide their next mayor during a special election in June.
Monroe County sheriff's deputies discovered the body of a man 17 years ago, and can't figure out who he is.
City manager, Lee Gilmour, says the city, GDOT, and the Georgia Southern Railway company are working to fix the problem.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office says he was shot twice.
Three suspects flee during attempted armed robbery outside of Tony's Wash House
The Citizens Advisory Committee held a public hearing Tuesday for residents to voice their concerns on the proposed changes to the polling locations in Macon-Bibb County.
The Sandy Beach Water Park was supposed to open this past weekend, but rain and other factors delayed construction.
Macon-Bibb County is contributing nearly $95,000 into the project.
42-year-old Lisa Michelle Mack charged with aggravated assault.
A 75 year-old woman has been searching for the graves of her relatives for almost 30 years. She found some of them in the Fort Hill Cemetery.
The annual tradition brought out more than 100 people to honor those who gave their lives protecting the country.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office says Derrick Booze died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. He was considered a person of interest in the death of a woman found in her grandmother's backyard.
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is investigating the accident where a man drove his pickup truck off the road and flipped over in a ditch on GA 87.
Lake Tobesofkee manager is welcoming residents to the lake on Memorial Day
Citizens Advisory Committee to host public hearing to discuss proposed changes to polling locations.
Wheeler County Elementary School teachers are carrying on a mentoring program for 5th grade girls they believe yields positive results.
Teenagers and preteens dressed in yellow T-shirts marched through downtown Gordon Saturday.
A murder warrant has been issued for 19-year-old Dontavious Janard Dixon.
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.
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.
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.
In Middle Georgia, we're more concerned with the rain from tropical systems than the wind.
Energetic but not rambunctious, Little Bit is a great kitten that would make a great addition to any home!
Dr. Paul Dale joins 41NBC to talk about how important sunscreen is on National Sunscreen Day.
Gator is still a puppy despite his size!
One of the most critically acclaimed fighting series arrives on the Playstation 4, and an ink-blasting new Nintendo game launches this Friday.
Professional organizer Andi Willis shares some tips on how you can declutter your desk space.
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.
An Anheuser Busch plant in northwest Georgia has started canning water instead of beer to help flood victims in Texas and Oklahoma.
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.
'Walk for Clean Water' raises awareness for families in third world countries who have to walk miles for clean water.
A day after National Missing Children's Day, investigators are still giving tips on how to keep your kids safe from harms way.
Lake Tobesofkee manager is welcoming residents to the lake on Memorial Day
Owner Ben Burks shared some tips for the perfect barbeque, as well as sharing some of his delicious food.
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.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is ready to enter the Democratic presidential race, challenging Hillary Rodham Clinton in an underdog bid for the party's nomination.
More than 200 lifeless small turtles have washed up in New York in the last month, a die-off scientists blame on biotoxins in the water that have reached unprecedented levels.
An Alabama inmate who has spent almost 30 years on death row for a murder he denies committing has an unusual supporter in his bid for freedom: A state judge who represented the man's co-defendant while working as a defense lawyer.
A person familiar with the allegations against former House Speaker Dennis Hastert says the Illinois Republican paid hush money to conceal claims that he sexually molested someone decades ago.
A new study could change care for many women who have breast cancer surgery.
Accused of murder for confronting two unarmed trespassers with a deadly barrage of gunfire, Wayne Burgarello walked out of a Nevada courthouse a free man after the jury found him not guilty of all charges in the latest of a series of cases nationally testing the boundaries of stand-your-ground self-defense laws.
Business leaders and others are keeping the pressure on Michigan lawmakers to quickly find a way to spend $1.5 billion more repairing roads.
A 1988 Nobel Prize put up for auction by a retired experimental physicist has sold for $765,002.
Carl's Jr. and Hardee's ads starring nearly naked women have become a part of American culture, according to Andy Puzder, CEO of the chains' parent company.
A man whose first name is God has settled a lawsuit with a credit-reporting agency that had refused to recognize his name as legitimate.
A Pennsylvania man who stored images of himself raping an 8-year-old girl on a computer tablet that he later sold at a flea market will spend 15 to 30 years in state prison for the sex acts.
Memorable words and definitions from the semifinals of the 88th Scripps National Spelling Bee:
Science magazine has formally retracted an article about a study gauging the ability of openly gay canvassers to shift voters' views toward support for same-sex marriage.
The FBI says it's begun an investigation into the theft of personal tax information of more than 100,000 taxpayers from an Internal Revenue Service website.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be formally sentenced to death on June 24.
The semifinals of the 88th Scripps National Spelling Bee are underway, with 49 of the nation's top young spellers competing for more than $37,000 in cash and prizes.
A powerful but extremely deep earthquake has struck off Japan's Ogasawara islands, but officials say there is no danger of a tsunami.
Police in the Russian capital have detained 15 people after a clash broke out between gay-rights advocates and opponents.
An official says Congo will next week allow the first foreign adoptions to be completed since a ban was implemented in late 2013.
Philippine police say at least 15 people have been wounded in two separate blasts that hit a police camp in a restive southern province where Muslim militants operate.
Turkey's banking regulator says a state fund has seized a bank associated with a movement led by the U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, which authorities have accused of attempting to destabilize the government.
Another prominent member of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government will not see re-election in October.
Qatar says it will go forward with its plans for the 2022 World Cup despite a Swiss investigation into allegations of wrongdoing during the vote to award the tournament to the Gulf nation.
Any hope that the love locks clinging to Paris' famed Pont des Arts bridge would last forever will be unromantically dashed by the city council's plan to dismantle them Monday — for good.
A Thai official says that Bangkok has agreed to allow the U.S. military to operate flights out of Thailand to search for migrants stuck on boats.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he intends to help restore trust in world soccer after a pair of corruption investigations brought "shame and humiliation" on the sport.
The mystery of Swiss cheese and its disappearing holes has been solved: The milk's too clean.
Qatar is keeping quiet about the American and Swiss raids that have rocked FIFA and thrown another unwelcome spotlight on the tiny Gulf nation's hosting of the 2022 World Cup.
When South Africa won the right to host Africa's first World Cup, it was seen as a heartwarming reward for Nelson Mandela and a country that had shaken off decades of apartheid.
Iran's foreign minister is holding out hope that a "sustainable, mutually respectful" deal can be struck with world powers in talks over his country's nuclear program before the current deadline of June 30.
Worried that their reputations will be tarnished by their links to FIFA, major sponsors are demanding that soccer's global governing body clean up its act, with Visa even warning it is prepared to jump ship.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the United States is meddling in FIFA's affairs in an attempt to take the 2018 World Cup away from his country.
Atlanta Falcons linebacker Prince Shembo is being accused of killing his ex-girlfriend's dog and has been charged with aggravated cruelty to animals.
Jeremy Hawkins took the Knights' head coach job last season.
Kentucky and Florida will play twice a season every season in the Southeastern Conference's new basketball schedule format that includes three permanent home-and-home opponents.
The Atlanta Hawks have cleaned out their lockers, met with the coaches, and headed off for summer vacation.
Stephen Curry had 26 points and eight rebounds, Harrison Barnes added 24 points and the Golden State Warriors advanced to the NBA Finals for the first time in 40 years with a 104-90 victory over the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night.
Atlanta Hawks guard Kyle Korver is facing a recovery period of three months after having surgery to repair ligament damage in his right ankle.
The annual summer racing series begins June 4.
Atlanta Hawks guard/forward Kyle Korver had surgery to repair ligament damage in his right ankle, the team announced Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Dodgers dealt third baseman Juan Uribe to the Atlanta Braves in a six-player trade Wednesday.
The Southeastern Conference has been fining its schools for rushing fields and storming courts since 2004.
The season didn't end like they wanted.
The Atlanta Braves acquired infielder Juan Uribe as part of a six-player trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers finalized on Wednesday.
Shaquille O'Neal casually believed the Philadelphia 76ers had a better team than the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2001 NBA Finals.
LeBron James scored 23 points, Kyrie Irving returned after missing two games and the Cleveland Cavaliers reserved a spot in the NBA Finals with a 118-88 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night to win the Eastern Conference title.
The Windsor Knights are in the GISA AA title series this weekend in Monticello.
Rutland High School's De'ja Goodine will run track in college.
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.
Sprint Cup Series
The annual summer racing series begins June 4.
After winning the Indianapolis 500 for the second time in his career on Sunday, Juan Pablo Montoya is aiming for his first championship in the IndyCar Series.
Cochran's Michael Davis took the checkered flag Sunday night at Cochran Motor Speedway.
Dale Coyne Racing pit crew member Daniel Jang, part of Tristan Vautier's No. 18 crew, suffered a broken right ankle when he was hit by James Davison's car during a round of pit stops just past the halfway point in Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
Sunday's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 began with a wreck involving Sage Karam, Takuma Sato and Ryan Briscoe on the opening lap, putting Karam out of the race.
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.