Two people are dead after an accident on I-75 south. According to Monroe County Sheriff's spokeswoman Allison Selman-Willis, the accident happened around 6:15pm Tuesday. Apparently, two cars were getting off the Rumble Road exit ramp headed south when one collided with a tractor trailer. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.
Hundreds of Children will have smiles plastered on their faces this holiday, thanks to the Middle Georgia community. With the help of several volunteers and organizations, at least 600 children will be given toys this Christmas. The Macon Rescue Mission, Kids Yule Luv, and the community came together to help donate all the toys.
"A lot of them are just so thrilled they call back and thank us and they are so appreciative of everything they receive said, Julie Adair.
The Macon Rescue Mission is expected to be done handing out toys by Thursday.
Macon police arrest a man for stealing from the city of Macon.
Police noticed 28-year old Joseph Neal Moser around the 4300 block of Broadway, pushing a wheelbarrow with lawn mower engines, air conditioning coils, and two large pieces of sewer pipe stamped with the 'City of Macon'.
When questioned by officers, Moser changed his story several times, but then admitted to stealing the items from downtown.
Police say Moser attempted to bribe an officer with money in exchange for his freedom.
Moser is charged with obstruction, bribery, and theft by receiving stolen property.
He is being held at the Bibb LEC.
Military Families celebrated the homecoming of their heroes Monday evening in Warner Robins.
Around 25 members of the 689th Combat Communication Wing returned to Robins Air Force Base from Iraq.
Tonight, Warner Robins Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution to implement the Carl Vinson Pay Study, but they still have a lot of details to iron out.
At last weeks pre-council meeting, the topic was hotly debated between councilman Bob Wilbanks and Mayor Chuck Shaheen. Wilbanks was pushing for the study to be passed immediately, which would mean a change to the 2011-2012 budget.
"We've been able to work some things out this week. We don't want to raise taxes, and we don't want to mess with our benefits package. Those were the two key factors here," says Mayor Shaheen.
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