MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – This week in Jacksonville, it’s the Georgia-Florida game. Or as it’s been called through the years… the world’s largest outdoor cocktail party. We’re not supposed to use that term, but I’m not going to obey the desire to not call it that. This year they want us to call it the […]
Warner Robins is being recognized for it's Hispanic business owners in the area. According to a national report from GoodCall, the city was ranked 88 of 381 on "2016 Best Places for Hispanic Entrepreneurs”.
"Proceed with caution, really," said Halloween shopper Ray D'Alessio. There's a lot of scary stuff heading your way this Halloween. "Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year without a doubt," said D'Alessio.
MACON, Ga. (AP) – Former Georgia Tech and Atlanta Falcons linebacker Keith Brooking and former Georgia and NFL running back Garrison Hearst are part of an eight-member 2017 class of inductees into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. The class announced on Wednesday will be honored on Feb. 25 at the Macon City Auditorium. The […]
ATLANTA (AP) – Federal prosecutors say an Atlanta man who used a straw purchaser to get guns he planned to sell in New Jersey has been sentenced to serve more than nine years in prison. The 39-year-old Daniel Allen Days was sentenced to serve nine years and seven months in prison followed by three years […]
Former doctor Anthony Joseph Garcia could face the death sentence after he was convicted Wednesday of killing four people with ties to a Nebraska medical school, including a young boy. Garcia was convicted of first-degree murder in the 2008 stabbing deaths of 11-year-old Thomas Hunter — the son of Dr. William Hunter, a professor at […]
An airline pilot was arrested Wednesday morning in Rapid City, S.D., and charged with attempting to fly while drunk, police said. Police were called to Rapid City Regional Airport after Russell Joseph Duszak, 38, showed up smelling of alcohol — at 8 a.m. — Rapid City police said. Duszak, of Salt Lake City, Utah, was […]
A new genetic study confirms theories that the global epidemic of HIV and AIDS started in New York around 1970, and it also clears the name of a gay flight attendant long vilified as being “Patient Zero.” Researchers got hold of frozen samples of blood taken from patients years before the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) […]