A woman was shot while walking down the street in Macon and now police are looking for the shooter. Macon Police found the 36 year old lying in the road on Paul Street Sunday. The victim said she was just walking down the road when she heard gunshots and fell to the ground. She was treated at the Medical Center for non life-threatening injuries. If you have any information, call Crimestoppes at 1-877-68-CRIME.
Macon Police are on the lookout for a man who attacked and robbed a Pizza hut store manager. Just before ten this morning, police were called to the pizza hut on 66 Riverside Drive. The store manger was returning to the restaurant with operating cash for the day. That's when a man attacked him, and started beating him with a baseball bat. The man took a bank bag containing an undisclosed amount of cash.The victim was transported to the medical center of central Georgia. Police are still looking for the suspect.
The men of 41NBC have many talents and we're showing you another one of their skills. I took a camera behind the scenes of the guys' photo shoot for the Intown Macon calendar.
Trust me, it's hard for them to admit, but the talent was nervous.
"Being a model is tough work," said Andrew Reeser, 41NBC Anchor/Reporter.
"I can do TV cameras fine, no big deal, but you put that still frame shot camera in front of me , I can't, I freeze up," explained Kyle Warnke, 41NBC Daybreak Anchor/Reporter.
The guys might be on TV and used to dressing up and putting on makeup, but between you and I, they're far from models.
Stephen Wilkerson, 54, died this weekend in Macon, GA. He was found by police Saturday night, November 5th in his apartment. The coroner stated Steve died of a heart attack.
Derek Brown, 41 NBC General Manager, said in a statement: "It is a sad day for everyone here at 41 NBC. Steve was an incredible sales manager and friend. I can't express adequately his contribution to this TV station and all other stations he has worked for. His passion, work ethic, drive, personality and success made him known, not only in Macon, but within the TV industry. More importantly, Steve was a great friend that will be sorely missed. He was a large part of the 41 NBC family and his presence will be greatly missed by all of us. I feel as though I have lost a brother today. I will miss him everyday and think of him every time I tee it up"
Animal lovers in Bibb County are urging voters to support the SPLOST. Monday morning several SPLOST supporters waved signs in front of the Kroger on Zebulon Road with their four-legged friends in hopes of encouraging residents to vote in favor of the penny tax.
Event organizer, Calder Pinkston, says, "These dogs have brought their people today to ask everybody to support this SPLOST for a new animal shelter. It's important for our community in so many ways...the SPLOST is needed to move Macon forward,"
If the tax passes it will create $190 million in revenue. $3 million will go build a new animal control shelter.
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