Sam Crenshaw: Day 2 of the GHSA State Championship WeekHello from the heart of the Peach State, where Georgia's best high school basketball teams are dueling for the title of Champion. Like most events held over a period of...
Sam Crenshaw: Welcome To GHSA Championship Week
Alpharetta Man Killed While Changing Tire On InterstatePolice say Brian Edward Durst was hit by a utility trailer while changing a tire in the emergency lane of I-75 in Lamar County.
Former Corrections Officers Convicted Of Beating InmatesFederal prosecutors say three former corrections officers have been convicted of beating an inmate and lying to investigators about the attack.
71 Arrested, 11 Rescued From Prostitution In GeorgiaFBI-led operation was part of a national undercover child sex trafficking sting.
2 Hospital Operators Accused Of Filing Fraudulent Medical Claims The federal government has joined a whistle blower lawsuit against two large hospital operators accused of filing fraudulent Medicaid and Medicare claims.
Snow And Ice Could Snarl Georgia From Atlanta To Savannah The National Weather Service warns Atlanta, Americus, Columbus and Macon could see up to 2 inches of snow beginning midmorning on Tuesday.
Ga. University Providing Prosthetics To Amputees A Mercer University biomedical engineering professor is working with students and faculty to provide amputees in Vietnam with free prosthetic legs developed in their campus lab.
17 Rifles Stolen From Bass Pro Shops In Macon Authorities are investigating the thefts of 17 rifles from a Bass Pro Shop in Macon.
Man Proposes Under Stars At PlanetariumThe way the stars aligned inside a Georgia planetarium caught the 22-year-old woman by surprise, spelling out the question: "Krystal Sanderson Will You Marry Me?"
Woman Struck, Killed By Street Sweeper In Macon Macon police have identified a woman who was struck and killed by a street sweeper.
Police: Pit Bull Dogs Attack Man In Wheelchair Police say two pit bull dogs attacked a 70-year-old man in a wheelchair in Macon, severely injuring him.