Bibb deputies are searching for a man who attacked an elderly Macon man Tuesday afternoon.
Mellow Mushroom in Macon is helping end childhood hunger one pizza at a time.
Otis Robbins, 58, flipped his lumber truck while traveling on the I-75 South exit for Pio Nono Avenue, according to Bibb County Deputies.
Hundreds of people welcomed home the soliders of Macon's 48th Infantry Brigade combat team Tuesday afternoon.
Christopher Calmer made his first appearance in a Monroe County Superior Court on Tuesday.
Residents, city officials, and faculty and staff at K.B. Elementary School in Forsyth reflect on the impact deputy Michael Norris had in the community.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office had asked for the public's help to find a missing boy, but he returned home Monday.
There is a new student walking the halls of Tattnall Square Academy and she is keeping one Trojan safe throughout the school day.
Two Monroe County deputies shot while responding to suicide call.
More than 300 Mercer University students rolled up their sleeves to give back to their community.
Families spent the day with police officers, fire fighters, first responders and many other local heroes.
High school football scores from around Middle Georgia.
Craft beer lovers will love Macon's newest downtown business.
Commissioners might impose a fire fee to pay for a fire truck for the new station on Highway 57.
Lance Jones will take over in late September.
Jennifer Lynn Edwards is being held on a $4,050 bond in the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center on theft charges
A downtown Macon bar rich with music history is closing its doors next month.
GMC Prep School remembered those whose lives were lost 13 years ago and those lost on the battlefield in a unique way.
Middle Georgia Branch of Wooden of the World donates flag pole to Jonesco Golf Course in memory of 9/11
Students at Vineville Academy of the Arts released butterflies in honor those who lost their lives on September 11th.
Middle Georgians want lawmakers to consider adding more technology in schools.
President of 21st Century Partnership says there won't be any new flight missions at Robins AFB in the near future, but there will be many opportunities for softer missions.
Officials with Community Health Works along with State Representative Nikki Randall and others are pushing for the campaign.
Barden Elementary School in Macon held a 9/11 ceremony Thursday morning.
Fire Chief Marvin Riggins, Sheriff David Davis and Mayor Robert Reichert laid a wreath in remembrance of the attacks.
Bibb County Sheriff's deputies need help identifying a man who attempted to rob the Domino's Pizza on Hartley Bridge Road.
The Bibb County Sheriff's Office is investigating an armed robbery that took place at the Circle K on Spring Street.
Jones County Commissioners raise taxes, but tax payers won't have to pay much more.
Every Milledgeville City Council Member now has an ethics complaint filed against him or her. The latest is filed against Walter Reynolds.
Families are still fighting to legalize medical marijuana. State lawmakers met at Mercer University on Wednesday and heard emotional stories on how they could directly benefit from the drug.
Macon-Bibb officials along with AARP representatives acknowledged the designation on Wednesday.
Officials from the hospital say it's important to recognize those who risk their lives to protect the public.
According to the Bibb Sheriff's Office, the victim is 17-year-old Arlandus Fort Jr.
According Twiggs County School's Tina Thames, all Twiggs County Schools will be closed Wednesday.
They say they serve the best wings in town over at All-American Wings 'N Things--plus, it never hurts to have a perfect health inspection.
Some residents in Milledgeville filed another ethics complaint, but this time it is against one city council member.
Two robberies happened over the weekend at the Jeffersonville Huddle House and Marathon gas station.
Macon - Bibb Officials said, as of now, 2nd Street Construction is moving along faster than originally planned. Local business owners are happy to hear the news.
The City of Milledgeville held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new economic development center.
Bibb sheriff's deputies do not suspect foul play after a passerby spotted a body in a parked car at Shurling Plaza.
Director of Facilities Scott Hill says the improvements are being paid for a majority with state funds.
An assistant manager at a Sears store in Milledgeville was arrested for stealing.
Reps from Crisis Line & Safe House of Central Georgia weigh in on domestic abuse.
Bibb County Sheriff's deputies make an arrest in connection with a burglary incident from Monday evening.
Cherry Blossom Festival make new strategic moves for the future on the international event.
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is looking for the owner's of a horse they found on I-75 near mile marker 181.
The owner of Grant's Lounge in downtown Macon is calling for a stronger law enforcement presence, this after a shooting happened there early Saturday morning.
Lt. Randy Gonzalez says the driver of an 18-wheeler that ran over a woman on a moped is not facing any charges, but that could change.
Perry Mayor Jimmy Faircloth says other options would be too expensive.
Houston County's EMA Director Jimmy Williams says the step is to keep residents in the county safe and alert.
Billie is a dog with a big heart.
Have you seen this golden retriever?
Within hours of little kitty Captain Ron's TV debut as our Cat of the Week, one of our viewers fell in love immediately and adopted him.
Here's a challenge: count the amount of times this kitten hugged me or Macon Purrs N Paws' Deborah Reddish.
Hear Josh Carson play his brand new song "Envy or the Hourglass" on Studio 41.
Hear Macon band The Red Heifers
Our special guest from the Museum of Arts and Sciences stops by to talk about an upcoming event.
She's a tiny pit bull terrier and loves people. However, if you own small animals, she's probably not for you: she does not like those much!
S.Truett Cathy dies surrounded by close family members.
No matter how many drawers you have in your kitchen, you can maximize your space by using them wisely.
The flu season is almost upon us, so to spread the word on the flu shot, we at Daybreak decided to get our flu shots live.
United Way kicks-off its annual fundraising campaign to benefit more than 30 local organizations.
We've never had a mean cat on Daybreak, but Cookie still easily ranks high as far as affection goes.
He's jolted with energy, so if you're looking for a doggy with a lot of juice in his tank, Bradley has plenty to spare.
This month, Community Health Works is raising awareness about gynecological and prostate cancer. Katie Smoak from CHW stopped by Daybreak to tell us more.
Remmington sounds fancy, doesn't it? But he's not the conceited type; he more of a loving cat who likes to rub and likes to cuddle.
The Kiwanis Club's Matt Roessing stopped by to talk about River Day on Saturday in Milledgeville.
Representatives from the GSSDA visited 41NBC Tuesday to talk about the convention in Macon this weekend.
Monument Superintendent Jim David visits 41NBC to talk about the upcoming Ocmulgee Indian Celebration Saturday and Sunday.
Kim Gravel stops by 41TODAY to discuss her new season, and how she's impacting the lives of pageant girls across Georgia.
Author Latania Wright stops by 41TODAY to talk about her new children's book on 9/11 attacks.
The Children's Hospital plans to host free car seat safety checks in recognition of National Child Passenger Week.
Fun, games, and a doggie fashion show.
Band members of BHS to host a fundraiser event this Saturday.
Mercer University is kicking off its first week of competition in the Southern Conference with a big celebration.
Macon POPs is taking us back in time during this weekend's performance.
Mercer University's Tift College of Education is hosting its inaugural fall forum on education.
Would you like to help your favorite animal shelter win $1000? Here's how.
Every year there is a camp for Middle Georgian children with diabetes. Elizabeth Jones stopped by 41 Today to tell us more about Camp Little Shot and this weekend's race to benefit the camp.
Michael's Seafood and Deli in Dublin is one of a few sponsors hosting a golf tournament Thursday to help prevent overcrowding in the Dublin Laurens Humane Society.
Dr. Harry Ross talks about the gospel concert.
We are dancing and grooving this morning in honor of Sgt. Rodney M. Davis.
Amid a fierce fight for middle and south Georgia voters, Republican Senate candidate David Perdue is enlisting the support of his cousin, former Gov. Sonny Perdue, in a new statewide television ad that begins airing Tuesday.
State officials say a Columbus-based payments company will expand in McDonough, creating up to 450 jobs.
Authorities are investigating the gunshot deaths of two people whose bodies were found by a housekeeper at a motel near Atlanta.
The names of 350 Confederate soldiers buried as "Unknowns" in the Confederate Cemetery here will now be forever emblazoned on memorial walls facing their graves as a result of the work of a local historian.
Family members who planned to raffle a car to help pay for their daughter's medical care say the vehicle has been stolen.
Aided by calmer winds and another day of fire-retardant bomber sorties, firefighters are mopping up around a fire in the far Northern California town of Weed.
Cargill will close its corn milling plant in Memphis, Tennessee early next year, citing its location outside of the corn belt and underutilization.
Nonpartisan congressional investigators say the HealthCare.gov website has significant security weaknesses that could put Americans' personal information at risk.
The parents of a woman killed in the Colorado theater shootings are suing four online retailers they say sold ammunition, tear gas and equipment used in the attack.
Authorities in southwest Idaho say more than 100 cattle died after a tractor-trailer flipped onto its side.
International basketball's governing body says players will be allowed to wear religious head coverings, such as hijabs or turbans, on a trial basis.
A New Hampshire woman accused of trying to kill her children by forcing them to drink bleach has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
Police say a school bus driver for a private transportation company was killed when the bus rolled over her during an evacuation drill outside an Akron charter school.
A judge has extended into January the term of the grand jury considering whether Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson should be charged in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
A House committee has determined that the government's auto safety agency should have discovered General Motors' faulty ignition switches seven years before the company recalled 2.6 million cars to fix the deadly problem.
A former Pennsylvania prosecutor and his wife have been sentenced for endangering the welfare of two adopted Ethiopian children after child welfare officials found the boy had been underfed and the girl physically abused.
Burger King wants to dismiss a lawsuit alleging there were needles in a sandwich after the former soldier who made the claim didn't attend a settlement conference.
A fire driven by fierce winds raced through the small Northern California town of Weed on Monday, burning a church to the ground, damaging or destroying 100 homes and prompting evacuation orders for at least 1,500 people.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says she's not backing down on her agency's efforts to implement a new rule that would assert regulatory authority over many of the nation's streams and wetlands despite criticisms that it amounts to a federal water grab.
State troopers say the convicted Ohio school shooter who briefly escaped from prison last week had a pitchfork when he was captured.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's third-place finish in the 2008 Iowa caucuses seemed but a fading memory when the former secretary of state took the stage in front of roughly 10,000 loyal Democrats at outgoing Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin's annual fall fundraiser south of Des Moines.
Brazil has hailed a new United Nations report that for the first time removed Latin America's biggest country from the World Hunger Map.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Leonardo DiCaprio as a United Nations Messenger of Peace to help promote global action on climate change.
A court in Germany has lifted an emergency injunction that banned the ridesharing service Uber from operating anywhere in the country.
Rescue workers say they dug a woman out of the rubble of a building that collapsed four days ago and she walked away with only a slightly dislocated hand.
The extremist-held Iraqi city of Mosul is set to usher in a new school year. But unlike years past, there will be no art or music. Classes about history, literature and Christianity have been "permanently annulled."
Sierra Leone is accusing the World Health Organization of being "sluggish" in facilitating an evacuation of a doctor who died from Ebola before she could be sent out of the country for medical care.
The chief executive of South Africa's Olympic committee says Oscar Pistorius is free to compete, even after his conviction for culpable homicide in the shooting death of his girlfriend.
Queen Elizabeth II has made her first comments about this week's Scottish independence vote, urging Scots to "think very carefully about the future."
Egypt's interior minister says authorities will hunt down exiled Muslim Brotherhood leaders with the help of Interpol, after Qatar ordered leaders there to leave despite initially hosting them following the ouster of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has led a rally against anti-Semitism, telling thousands of people in Berlin that Jewish life is part of Germany's identity.
Authorities in Slovenia say two people have died in new floods that hit the Balkans this weekend after heavy rains.
Some half million Gaza children are making a delayed return to school after a devastating 50-day war with Israel that killed more than 2,100 Palestinians and damaged hundreds of school buildings.
Britain's prime minister says Islamic State terrorists pose a "massive" security threat that cannot be ignored.
Croatian authorities say about 2,000 people need to be evacuated from fresh floods that have hit the Balkans.
The head of a branch of the Pakistani Taliban says his group will give up armed struggle in Pakistan in favor of a preaching campaign to push for the imposition of Islamic law in the country.
Ebola is thousands of miles away from Kenya's pristine Indian Ocean beaches, but the deadly disease appears to be discouraging tourism there and elsewhere in this vast continent.
41NBC's Tucker Sargent chooses this week's winners.
Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed says he has talked with six potential buyers of the Atlanta Hawks after a racially charged email prompted owner Bruce Levenson to announce he's selling the team.
Falcons rookie left tackle Jake Matthews has returned to practice after missing last week's loss at Cincinnati with a sprained left ankle.
It would seem Georgia's depth at tailback took a hit when freshman Nick Chubb had surgery on Monday to repair his fractured left thumb.
The Atlanta Braves new suburban stadium already has a name — SunTrust Park.
The Atlanta Braves' new stadium will be named SunTrust Park.
The Atlanta Falcons expect rookie left tackle Jake Matthews to play Thursday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Stephen Strasburg threw seven scoreless innings to end a long run of frustration against Atlanta, and the Nationals beat the struggling Braves 4-2 on Monday night to move to the verge of the NL East title.
Brad Keselowski has won the opening race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, a victory that automatically advances him into the second round.
Colby Lewis pitched seven innings for his 10th victory, Luis Sardinas doubled his career total with four RBIs and the Texas Rangers completed their first series sweep in nearly five months with a 10-3 win Sunday over the playoff-chasing Atlanta Braves.
Billy Horschel capped off the best three weeks of his career by winning the FedEx Cup and a $10 million bonus.
Running back Giovani Bernard picked up a Bengals offense missing receiver A.J. Green on Sunday, turning short passes into big plays, and Cincinnati's defense held down yet another top quarterback for a 24-10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Drelon Freeman hauled in five passes for 204 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Division-II Fort Valley State beat Savannah State 42-28 on Saturday night.
Alex Lakes had 13 carries for 151 yards and scored three of Mercer's six rushing touchdowns in a 49-0 romp of Stetson on Saturday night.
Dylan Thompson threw for three touchdowns and No. 24 South Carolina's maligned defense stood strong on a fourth-quarter goal line stand to topple No. 6 Georgia 38-35 on Saturday night.
The Trojans were honored at a ceremony Saturday.
The Ontario County District Attorney's Office announced on Tuesday that a grand jury will determine if charges should be filed against NASCAR driver Tony Stewart for his involvement in a fatal accident during the Aug. 9 sprint car race at a dirt track in Upstate New York.
After winning the regular season finale at Richmond and then the opening race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup at Chicagoland, Brad Keselowski is proving he's the championship favorite.
Brad Keselowski has won the opening race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, a victory that automatically advances him into the second round.
Richard Petty Motorsports revealed on Saturday that Marcos Ambrose will not return as driver of the No. 9 Ford for the team in the Sprint Cup Series in 2015.
Persistent rain at Chicagoland Speedway forced the postponement of Friday night's Lucas Oil 225 Camping World Truck Series race.
Persistent rain during the late afternoon and into the early evening forced NASCAR to cancel Friday's qualifying for the first race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship -- the MyAFibStory.com 400 -- at Chicagoland Speedway.
The series is running at Chicagoland on Saturday, and Elliott is hoping to score a season-sweep here. When Elliott competed in the Nationwide race at this track for the first time, he led a total of 85 laps en route to his win. He also took the points lead from his JR Motorsports teammate Regan Smith.
Sprint Cup Series
The "new" Chase begins on Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway. This year, NASCAR revised its playoff format for the Sprint Cup Series, expanding the field of drivers from 12 to 16 and including a series of elimination rounds to decide the championship. The number of drivers in contention for the title will decrease every three Chase races.
Truck teams practiced at Chicagoland on Thursday. Blaney posted the fastest lap in the opening session at 175.234 mph. Sauter was quickest in the second and final session at 176.540 mph.
This year's Chase for the Sprint Cup championship will likely be more intense and pressure-filled than ever for those drivers competing in it, thanks to NASCAR's new playoff format for its premier series.
Stewart-Haas Racing announced on Tuesday that it is swapping the pit crews for Kevin Harvick's No. 4 team and Tony Stewart's No. 14 team, beginning with this weekend's race at Chicagoland Speedway.
Brad Keselowski claimed his fourth pole in the Sprint Cup Series this season after winning Friday's knockout-style qualifying for the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway.
This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of one of the biggest scandals to rock NASCAR. Michael Waltrip Racing received the most severe penalties in the sport's history for attempting to manipulate the outcome of the fall 2013 race at Richmond, in an effort to get Martin Truex Jr., who drove for the team at the time, into the Chase.
Sprint Cup Series
Nationwide will be the primary sponsor for Dale Earnhardt Jr. starting next season under an expanded agreement with Hendrick Motorsports.