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The Davis family on the set of ‘Today with Hoda & Jenna.’

MOULTRIE, Ga. — A two-car collision on North Veterans Parkway affected sent two people to  the hospital for suspected injuries Saturday.


VALDOSTA — During a city council meeting in late 2019, two ladies stood up during the "citizens to be heard" portion to complain about how hard it was to do any grocery shopping in Valdosta's south side.

MAYO — Finding a way to stop Lafayette striker Emmanuel Tovar is no easy task. Saint Joseph Academy had no answer for him or the rest of the Hornets during the second half of Wednesday’s regional quarterfinal match.

ATLANTA — Raising the age for juveniles to be charged as adults in Georgia from 17 to 18 years old could require millions of dollars to construct new detention centers, according to officials in the state Department of Juvenile Justice.

DALTON, Ga. — Local STAR students and their teachers were celebrated Monday during a meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Dalton, with Christian Heritage School's Leo Lin the system winner for Dalton schools and Northwest Whitfield High School's Kellen Martin the system winner for Whitfield County Schools.

MOULTRIE, Ga. — The Downtown Moultrie Association continues its streak of fundraisers to support the downtown Moultrie enhancement projects with the sale of its official shirts. The hope is to bring in $30,000 more before March 31.

LIVE OAK, Fla. — When establishing the foundation to the Suwannee High girls weightlifting program two years ago, coach Brittney Shearer envisioned winning a state championship: in five years.

DALTON, Ga. — The I-Box, designed to attract customers to imperfect foods, and Sub-Zero, which preserves melting ice cream, won top marks from judges Monday at Blue Ridge School during the finals of the school's Bright Spark design competition.


ATLANTA (AP) — Gov. Brian Kemp's budget director on Tuesday apologized to top House budget writers, answering criticism that Kemp's administration hasn't been forthcoming enough with Georgia lawmakers about his spending plans.

ATLANTA — Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan launched his Georgia Innovates Task Force Monday flanked by politicians and technology moguls.

DALTON, Ga. — When Whitfield County voters go to the polls for the May 19 general primary, they’ll have an opportunity to decide the fate of a four-year, $66 million Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST).

OCILLA — Two members of the Class A state champion Irwin County Indians inked deals Wednesday as part of college football’s National Signing Day. D.J. Lundy is going to Florida State while Jamorri Colson will play for Iowa Western.


VALDOSTA, Ga. — Valdosta City Schools will vote a second time on the future leader of its football program Tuesday.

ATLANTA — Lawmakers, hospitals and insurers agree: it’s time to remove the patient as the middle man between navigating their insurance and hospital services.

JASPER, Fla. — Darnell Lumpkin, a City of Jasper councilman as well as mayor, was arrested Friday on outstanding warrants for animal cruelty.

MOULTRIE, Ga. — A prom night you’ll never forget is just what The Breathe Organization is promising the community as it hosts Night to Shine.

ATLANTA — A bill that would leave e-scooter regulation in the hands of local government passed unanimously on the Senate floor.

ATLANTA — Tax break analysis legislation moved forward unanimously after getting nixed by the governor last session. 

DALTON, Ga. — Dalton Middle School eighth-graders had the opportunity to “pounce” on potential futures last week as they visited Dalton High School and Morris Innovative High School. Pounce Days allowed eighth-graders not only to tour the buildings, but also gain a sense of how their lives might look in high school, said Matt Phillips, an assistant principal at the middle school. “We’re trying to give them an experience.”

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