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  • WALB News 10 Investigates: Watching school bus drivers

    Monday, May 19 2014 6:08 PM EDT2014-05-19 22:08:08 GMT
    It's not always kids who are troublemakers on a school bus.    Sometimes drivers don't follow the rules.       New technology on all Dougherty County school buses is increasing safety, saving taxpayersMore >>
    It's not always kids who are troublemakers on a school bus. Sometimes drivers don't follow the rules.  New technology on all Dougherty County school buses is increasing safety, saving taxpayers' money.More >>
  • Special Report: A decade without justice for Ginny Crisler

    Special Report: A decade without justice for Ginny Crisler

    Wednesday, February 26 2014 6:05 PM EST2014-02-26 23:05:09 GMT
    It's been nearly a decade since a mother of three was killed by a hit and run driver in the parking lot of a Northwest Albany shopping center. The driver has never been caught.   The family of Ginny CrislerMore >>
    It's been nearly a decade since a mother of three was killed by a hit and run driver in the parking lot of a Northwest Albany shopping center. The driver has never been caught.   The family of Ginny Crisler and the investigators who took over the case believe someone knows who that driver is, and it's past time to come forward.More >>
  • Special Report: Looking down the barrel of a gun

    Special Report: Looking down the barrel of a gun

    Thursday, February 13 2014 6:31 PM EST2014-02-13 23:31:03 GMT
    Working as a store clerk can be a very dangerous job. They never know who will walk into their store, or who will pull out a gun. Now some are taking measures to protect themselves.   Just two months ago,More >>
    Working as a store clerk can be a very dangerous job. They never know who will walk into their store, or who will pull out a gun. Now some are taking measures to protect themselves.More >>
  • Special Report: Sochi Bound

    Special Report: Sochi Bound

    Thursday, February 6 2014 3:51 PM EST2014-02-06 20:51:21 GMT
    Olympic competition is underway in Sochi.      While you may be gearing up to cheer on Team USA from your living room, a Dougherty County couple will on our athletes in person.      They are SochiMore >>
    Olympic competition is underway in Sochi.  While you may be gearing up to cheer on Team USA from your living room, a Dougherty County couple will on our athletes in person.   
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  • Special Report: Murder trails gone cold

    Special Report: When a case goes cold

    Thursday, February 6 2014 9:26 AM EST2014-02-06 14:26:07 GMT
    When a case grows cold it begs the question- will a killer ever be brought to justice? New technology is making that easier but it's often the determination of an investigator who refuses to give up onMore >>
    When a case grows cold it begs the question- will a killer ever be brought to justice? New technology is making that easier but it's often the determination of an investigator who refuses to give up on a case - no matter how difficult or how old.More >>
  • Special Report: Women Packing Heat

    Special Report: Women Packing Heat

    Monday, February 3 2014 6:05 PM EST2014-02-03 23:05:03 GMT
    Ann Ethridge keeps her gun close by, so she spends time practicing her shot. "You know a lot of things have been happening, break-ins, shootings, violence," she said.In 1997, Ethridge surprised a burglarMore >>
    One gun seller says the number of women buying guns has gone up 60 to 70 percent. The gun industry now caters to females.More >>
  • Special Report: Identity theft nightmare

    Special Report: Identity theft nightmare

    Thursday, January 30 2014 6:02 PM EST2014-01-30 23:02:06 GMT
    Cassenda Nelson says it is both a physical and mental challenge everyday to get her mail.  Since 2008 she says being a victim of identity fraud has made her and her four kids life a nightmare.   "My son,More >>
    Cassenda Nelson says it is both a physical and mental challenge everyday to get her mail.  Since 2008 she says being a victim of identity fraud has made her and her four kids life a nightmare.   "My son,More >>
  • Special Report: Rhythm of the Wood

    Special Report: Rhythm of the Wood

    Monday, November 25 2013 6:15 PM EST2013-11-25 23:15:06 GMT
    A man with an amazing talent lives in the country next to his workshop, off a dirt road in Worth County.    Michael Outlaw reclaims centuries-old wood that he can transform into cabinets or furniture... ButMore >>
    A man with an amazing talent lives in the country next to his workshop, off a dirt road in Worth County.  Michael Outlaw reclaims centuries-old wood that he can transform into cabinets or furniture... But a lot of people can do that.  What makes this artisan unique is his ability to find the rhythm in the wood.More >>
  • Special Report: Tracking Predators

    Special Report: Tracking Predators

    Tuesday, November 19 2013 7:41 PM EST2013-11-20 00:41:08 GMT
    There is an App you can download to protect your kids from sex predators. And with the number of sex offenders rising, South Georgia parents are grateful for this technology. Wesley Purvis keeps a protectiveMore >>
    There is an App you can download to protect your kids from sex predators. And with the number of sex offenders rising, South Georgia parents are grateful for this technology.More >>
  • Special Report: Growing up online

    Special Report: Growing up online

    Thursday, November 7 2013 5:46 PM EST2013-11-07 22:46:27 GMT
    The current generation of kids has never lived without the internet. While it offers education and entertainment, it can also create dangers. Kim Goodson English Teacher Lee Co. High School Kevin DowlingMore >>
    The current generation of kids has never lived without the internet. While it offers education and entertainment, it can also create dangers.More >>
  • Special Report: Emergency City

    Special Report: Emergency City

    Monday, November 4 2013 4:00 PM EST2013-11-04 21:00:14 GMT
    Right next to Interstate 75 just north of Perry sits a city you probably don't know exists. It has no permanent residents, and it's in a constant state of emergency. But what goes on in the disaster cityMore >>
    Right next to Interstate 75 just north of Perry sits a city you probably don't know exists. It has no permanent residents, and it's in a constant state of emergency. But what goes on in the disaster city could one day save your life.More >>
  • Special Report: Say Yes to the Cure

    Special Report: Say Yes to the Cure

    Thursday, October 31 2013 4:00 PM EDT2013-10-31 20:00:20 GMT
    Reality star and bridal gown expert Lori Allen is used to being in the spotlight for TLC's Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta. But recently she was in the spotlight for her experience fighting breast cancer.More >>
     Reality star and bridal gown expert Lori Allen is used to being in the spotlight for TLC's Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta. But recently she was in the spotlight for her experience fighting breast cancer.More >>
  • Special Report: Saved by Social Media

    Saved by Social Media

    Thursday, July 18 2013 4:00 PM EDT2013-07-18 20:00:16 GMT
    Social media sites have become vital parts of many of our lives, but the lives of some homeless pets depend on those sites. Shelters, rescue groups, and animal advocates use the internet every day to connectMore >>
    Social media sites have become vital parts of many of our lives, but the lives of some homeless pets depend on those sites. Shelters, rescue groups, and animal advocates use the internet every day to connect animals with loving owners, making sure countless animals are Saved by Social Media.More >>
  • Special Report: Helping the Red Cross Help You

    Special Report: Helping the Red Cross Help You

    Wednesday, May 22 2013 5:17 PM EDT2013-05-22 21:17:14 GMT
    Right now, American Red Cross volunteers are at work in Oklahoma staffing shelters and serving meals and helping tornado survivors put their lives back together. We all know the Red Cross is there duringMore >>
    We all know the Red Cross is there during big disasters like the tornado in Oklahoma. But the emergency to which they respond most is a house fire, and they desperately need volunteers to help.More >>
  • Special Report: Using social media to protect yourself

    Special Report: Using social media to protect yourself

    Thursday, May 9 2013 5:05 PM EDT2013-05-09 21:05:53 GMT
    Emails and social media are replacing the backyard fence as a meeting place for neighbors. More neighborhood groups are using websites to connect with each other in fighting crime.More >>
    Emails and social media are replacing the backyard fence as a meeting place for neighbors. More neighborhood groups are using websites to connect with each other in fighting crime.More >>
  • Special Report: South Georgia Ax Men

    Special Report: South Georgia Ax Men

    Tuesday, May 7 2013 8:48 AM EDT2013-05-07 12:48:39 GMT
    The History Channel has a hit show, Ax Men, who retrieve logs from the bottoms of rivers. One of the teams on the show is from right here in South Georgia. The murky water of the Suwanee River is whereMore >>
    The History Channel has a hit show, Ax Men, who retrieve logs from the bottoms of rivers. One of the teams on the show is from right here in South Georgia. Lydia Jennings introduces us to "the Dreadknots."More >>
  • Special Report: When Your Love One is murdered

    Special Report: When Your Love One is murdered

    Thursday, April 25 2013 6:08 PM EDT2013-04-25 22:08:03 GMT
    On March 14th 2010, a beloved son, boyfriend and father of five was taken away at the hands of a cold blooded killer. 29-year old Willie Bender Jr. was shot several times in the back outside a home inMore >>
    On March 14th 2010, a beloved son, boyfriend and father of five was taken away at the hands of a cold blooded killer. 29-year old Willie Bender Jr. was shot several times in the back outside a home in Moultrie.More >>
  • The Honey Boo Boo effect

    The Honey Boo Boo effect

    Love her or not, Georgia's Honey Boo Boo child is a pop culture sensation, complete with her own phone ringtones and even Halloween costumes. Her reality TV show is shot in a small town near Macon.More >>
    Love her or not, Georgia's Honey Boo Boo child is a pop culture sensation, complete with her own phone ringtones and even Halloween costumes. Her reality TV show is shot in a small town near Macon. And the few hundred folks who live there will tell you that life's now different because of the Honey Boo Boo effect.More >>
  • Special Report: SWAT's Legal Liaison

    Special Report: SWAT's Legal Liaison

    Wednesday, February 27 2013 4:17 PM EST2013-02-27 21:17:41 GMT
    When police call in SWAT teams, the officers often have to make split second decisions with lives on the line. In Dougherty County, legal decisions can be handled quickly because one of the team membersMore >>
    WALB News Ten's Jim Wallace shows us how this Dougherty County DA works to earn his spot on the SWAT team.More >>
  • Special Report: Heroes Come Home

    Special Report: Heroes Come Home

    Monday, February 25 2013 6:49 PM EST2013-02-25 23:49:06 GMT
    The war in Afghanistan is winding down... but tens of thousands of US troops are still deployed there in dangerous places. We don't always think about their families and the challenges they face whileMore >>
     The war in Afghanistan is winding down... but tens of thousands of US troops are still deployed there in dangerous places. We don't always think about their families and the challenges they face while loved ones are deployed.More >>
  • Special Report: Wi-Fi can affect sterility

    Special Report: Wi-Fi can affect sterility

    Tuesday, February 19 2013 5:45 PM EST2013-02-19 22:45:52 GMT
    Men Beware. What you're doing on your laptop could be causing infertility. New research shows radiation from WI-FI connected laptops could be hurting your chance to conceive. Laptop computers have becomeMore >>
    Men Beware. What you're doing on your laptop could be causing infertility. New research shows radiation from WI-FI connected laptops could be hurting your chance to conceive.More >>
  • Special Report: Safe at School

    Special Report: Safe at School

    Tuesday, February 19 2013 3:15 PM EST2013-02-19 20:15:23 GMT
    After the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy in Connecticut, The National Rifle Association said every school in the country should be protected by an armed guard.  In Dougherty County, not all schoolsMore >>
    In Dougherty County, not all schools have armed officers on campus at all times. But many do.      The school system is the only one in our area that has its own police force.  And it is a vital part of the system's effort to keep kids Safe at School.More >>
  • Special Report: When to Chase

    Special Report: When to Chase

    Tuesday, February 19 2013 3:15 PM EST2013-02-19 20:15:23 GMT
    Most high speed chases involving South Georgia law enforcers end with the suspects in handcuffs. But sometimes chases can go bad. And it's led many law enforcement agencies to review and even change theirMore >>
    Most high speed chases involving South Georgia law enforcers end with the suspects in handcuffs. But sometimes chases can go bad. And it's led many law enforcement agencies to review and even change their policies.More >>
  • Special Report: When every Second Counts

    Special Report: When every Second Counts

    Monday, February 4 2013 4:26 PM EST2013-02-04 21:26:02 GMT
    When there is a medical emergency, getting the victim to the hospital and doctor's care as fast as possible is often the difference between life and death. Calls to 911 for help can often cause confusion,More >>
    When there is a medical emergency, getting the victim to the hospital and doctor's care as fast as possible is often the difference between life and death. Calls to 911 for help can often cause confusion, because the operators are not heard dispatching the ambulance.More >>
  • Special Report: Who owns your digital property?

    Special Report: Who owns your digital property?

    Monday, November 19 2012 3:30 PM EST2012-11-19 20:30:39 GMT
    As the online world grows, so does the number of our accounts and passwords. But what happens to your digital footprint after you die? And could these accounts become targets for identity thieves?More >>
    As the online world grows, so does the number of our accounts and passwords. But what happens to your digital footprint after you die? And could these accounts become targets for identity thieves?More >>
  • Special report: SWAT broadens protocol

    Special report: SWAT broadens protocol

    Thursday, November 15 2012 7:40 PM EST2012-11-16 00:40:32 GMT
    A deadly police shooting last year led to some major changes at a South Georgia police department. Moultrie Police are now leading a shift in how officers deal with mentally ill people. They began focusingMore >>
    A deadly police shooting last year led to some major changes at a South Georgia police departmentMore >>
  • Special report: Saving our Heroes

    Special report: Saving our Heroes

    Thursday, November 8 2012 4:49 PM EST2012-11-08 21:49:48 GMT
    American military suicide rates have skyrocketed this year. Some call it an epidemic; others says it's a cry for help. But there's one south Georgia ranch that's helping soldiers overcome Post TraumaticMore >>
    American military suicide rates have skyrocketed this year. Some call it an epidemic; others says it's a cry for help. A south Georgia ranch is helping soldiers overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, through horse therapy.More >>
  • 50th Anniversary of the Albany Movement

    50th Anniversary of the Albany Movement

    See WALB's coverage of the 50th anniversary of the Albany Movement. We take you back to the infancy of the civil rights movement, and let you see how history was shaped right here in Albany and Southwest Georgia, with some of the people who made it happen.More >>
  • Special Report: Too Many Bodies

    Special Report: Too Many Bodies

    Thursday, May 17 2012 4:44 PM EDT2012-05-17 20:44:57 GMT
    Anytime someone in Georgia is murdered or dies under suspicious circumstances the body is taken for autopsy. Georgia has a strict standard in which medical examiners must be board certified to conductMore >>
    Georgia has a strict standard in which medical examiners must be board certified to conduct autopsies. But while more and more bodies come in, the number of forensic examiners is on the decline.More >>
  • Special Report: Still Fighting

    Special Report: Still Fighting

    Monday, May 14 2012 4:00 PM EDT2012-05-14 20:00:34 GMT
    In 1962 the United States started spraying Vietnam with a powerful defoliant known as Agent Orange. Fighting in the Vietnam War ended in 1975, but today many veterans of that war are still battling healthMore >>
    In 1962, the United States started spraying Vietnam with a powerful defoliant known as 'Agent Orange.' Fighting in the Vietnam War ended in 1975, but even today, many veterans of that war are still battling health problems they believe were caused by the chemicals.More >>
  • Special Report: 911- Emergency or a waste of time?

    Special Report: 911- Emergency or a waste of time?

    Thursday, May 10 2012 4:00 PM EDT2012-05-10 20:00:22 GMT
    When it's life and death, we're taught from an early age to dial 911. But what if that line was tied up with no real emergency, because 911 operators are dealing with a nuisance call? These wasted non-emergencyMore >>
    When it's life and death, we're taught from an early age to dial 911. But what if that line was tied up with no real emergency, because 911 operators are dealing with a nuisance call?More >>
  • Special Report: Breaking the glass ceiling

    Special Report: Breaking the glass ceiling

    Monday, February 27 2012 4:23 PM EST2012-02-27 21:23:29 GMT
    Ninety years ago Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the 19th Amendment to the Constitution which guarantees women the right to vote.More >>
  • Special Report: Deadhead Logging

    Special Report: Deadhead Logging

    Thursday, February 23 2012 4:31 PM EST2012-02-23 21:31:09 GMT
    During the 19th and early 20th century, the Flint River was used as a main source of exports of virgin pine and cypress logs. Some of those logs being dropped along the way. Now these logs that once at the bottom of the river are at the top of the list of very valuable wood because of its rarity and beautiful colors.More >>
  • Special Report: South Georgia's Drought

    Special Report: South Georgia's Drought

    Monday, February 20 2012 6:00 PM EST2012-02-20 23:00:18 GMT
    Ground water levels are at historic lows. Scientists say conditions in 2011 were comparable with the drought in Texas, but receive little attention. In the last two years we're short nearly 30 inches of rainfall, forcing south Georgia into an exceptional drought.More >>
  • Special Report: What is Love?

    Special Report: What is Love?

    Thursday, February 16 2012 4:37 PM EST2012-02-16 21:37:54 GMT
    It is a question that people spend many years of their life trying to answer. It is said that you know it when you see it. But, we want to try to explain it. 'Love' is one word and four letters that are used to describe life's most important relationships.More >>
  • Special Report: Danger Next Door

    Special Report: Danger Next Door

    Monday, February 13 2012 5:01 PM EST2012-02-13 22:01:11 GMT
    South Georgia drug agents say they are seeing an increase in methamphetamine drug manufacturing in 2012, and they are concerned by the dangers the meth labs pose to everyone. First responders are being trained to spot indicators that point out a meth lab's presence, but it's something everyone should know.More >>
  • Special Report: When Your Dog Attacks

    Special Report: When Your Dog Attacks

    Friday, February 10 2012 5:50 PM EST2012-02-10 22:50:02 GMT
    Even though dogs are considered man's best friend, any dog has the potential to bite. That's why several communities recently passed dangerous dog ordinances. Jennifer Emert investigates what happens when your dog attacks.More >>
  • Special Report: Facebook your business

    Special Report: Facebook your business

    Thursday, February 9 2012 3:51 PM EST2012-02-09 20:51:11 GMT
    While millions do still use these sites just to share pics from their trip to Jamaica, millions others are utilizing them for free advertising. Some young entrepreneurs use technology and social media to help their business.More >>
  • Special Report: Extreme couponing

    Special Report: Extreme couponing

    Thursday, November 3 2011 5:49 PM EDT2011-11-03 21:49:20 GMT
    For some people there was a time when clipping coupons was regarded to as something that only older people did. but now in uncertain economic time more people are using coupons, and it have even led to a hit TV show on TLC.More >>
  • Special Report: Georgia's giant pythons

    Special Report: Georgia's giant pythons

    Monday, October 31 2011 4:08 PM EDT2011-10-31 20:08:16 GMT
    Giant imported snakes have become a huge problem in Southern Florida. But could 10 or 20 foot long exotic snakes be slithering into our region? Believe it or not, they are already here.More >>
  • Special Report: Hog Wild

    Special Report: Hog Wild

    Thursday, May 19 2011 4:16 PM EDT2011-05-19 20:16:41 GMT
    A South Georgia man, who we showed you last year using thermal imaging to hunt and shoot hogs, now has a new weapon to battle what he has declared as his enemy.More >>
  • Special Reports: Facebook Privacy

    Special Reports: Facebook Privacy

    Monday, May 16 2011 6:22 PM EDT2011-05-16 22:22:15 GMT
    Is your profile secure enough for anyone to see? Even if it's private, employers could see everything in you let them.More >>
  • Special Report: Identity Thieves

    Special Report: Identity Thieves

    Thursday, May 12 2011 6:20 PM EDT2011-05-12 22:20:23 GMT
    Despite safeguards, there are people out there who work to get this information and steal your identity. More alarming, metro Albany is one of the top areas in the country for identity theft.More >>
  • Special Report: 'Animal Crazy'

    Special Report: 'Animal Crazy'

    Monday, May 9 2011 3:19 PM EDT2011-05-09 19:19:48 GMT
    Many of us are animal lovers and enjoy showering our pets with attention. But there are some folks who pamper their pets beyond limit.More >>
  • Special Report: Rolling Warfront E-R

    Special Report: Rolling Warfront E-R

    Friday, May 6 2011 3:36 PM EDT2011-05-06 19:36:18 GMT
    Osama Bin Laden is dead, but the war in Afghanistan continues, and American troops are still risking their lives there. If they're wounded, they have a better chance of surviving, thanks to the Georgia's Marine Base.More >>
  • Special Report: Wi-fi Dangers

    Special Report: Wi-fi Dangers

    Thursday, May 5 2011 3:53 PM EDT2011-05-05 19:53:24 GMT
    If you skipped the security steps on your wireless network, or didn't change the password, it could be like leaving the door to your home wide open, and criminals out their just waiting to take advantage.More >>
  • Special Report: What makes a Hero?

    Special Report: What makes a Hero?

    Monday, February 28 2011 5:55 PM EST2011-02-28 22:55:56 GMT
    A hero is selfless, a genuinely good person, and someone gets the undivided attention of all of us and causes change. Someone willing to risk their own life to save another.More >>
  • Special Report: Guns, guns, guns

    Special Report: Guns, guns, guns

    Monday, February 21 2011 5:55 PM EST2011-02-21 22:55:47 GMT
    Guns are a valuable tool on the street for getting them what they want, but can also get you killed. That's why more and more, citizens are arming themselves for protection.More >>
  • Special Report: Teens under the knife

    Special Report: Teens under the knife

    Thursday, February 17 2011 6:01 PM EST2011-02-17 23:01:02 GMT
    13.1 Million people went under the knife for cosmetic procedures in 2010. That's up 5% from the previous year, and more than 200,000 of those operations were performed on teenagers.More >>
  • Special Report: "Barely Living"

    Special Report: "Barely Living"

    Monday, February 14 2011 5:58 PM EST2011-02-14 22:58:54 GMT
    Homeless advocates say one of the fastest growing segments of Albany's homeless population are teens. Kids between 14 and 18 years old, living on the street with no supervision or help daily.More >>
  • Special Report: The Cat Lady

    Special Report: The Cat Lady

    Wednesday, November 24 2010 2:45 PM EST2010-11-24 19:45:20 GMT
    It's hard not to love kittens. They're cute and little, furry and sweet. But what about 20 of them? Even 100? It sounds unmanageable and downright crazy to own that many cats but believe it or not some people do.More >>
  • Along came a Spider...

    Along came a Spider...

    Tuesday, November 16 2010 3:09 PM EST2010-11-16 20:09:35 GMT
    Spiders can leave nasty bites. Scientists confirm they've spotted one of the most dangerous spiders in America right here in Georgia-- The Brown Recluse.More >>
  • War from the Homefront: MCLB

    War from the Homefront: MCLB

    Monday, November 15 2010 4:19 PM EST2010-11-15 21:19:51 GMT
    Workers at Maintenance Center Albany on the Marine Corps Logistics Base designed, produced, and installed armor kits for vehicles that saved countless lives. Their innovative, lifesaving work continues today as they fight the War from Home.More >>
  • Special Report: Going gator hunting

    Special Report: Going gator hunting

    Thursday, November 11 2010 5:55 PM EST2010-11-11 22:55:12 GMT
    Georgia alligator hunting is one of the fastest growing game sports in the United States. Jim Wallace went along with two of the licensed hunters, to let you see how they hunt these monster reptiles.More >>
  • Special Report: Pill Poppers, the prescription epidemic

    Special Report: Pill Poppers, the prescription epidemic

    Monday, November 8 2010 5:03 PM EST2010-11-08 22:03:39 GMT
    Prescription drug abuse is our nation's fastest growing drug problem. Chances are you know someone who is addicted to prescription drugs. Many people go to great lengths to make sure they have those pills, even if it involves going doctor to doctor to get enough pills to support the habit.More >>
  • Special Reports: Ticks

    Special Reports: Ticks

    Wednesday, July 28 2010 5:01 PM EDT2010-07-28 21:01:08 GMT
    Ticks have been known to carry Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever, but now allergists are looking to see if they're causing another nasty and potentially deadly reaction.More >>
  • Special Report: Deadly Domestic Violence

    Special report: Deadly Domestic Violence

    Monday, July 12 2010 4:29 PM EDT2010-07-12 20:29:58 GMT
    Nearly one in three women will become a victim of domestic abuse in their lifetime. It happens every 15 seconds and affects communities both rich and poor.More >>
  • Special Report: Honor Flight

    Special Report: Honor Flight

    A non-profit group flies World War II veterans to the nation's capital free to visit The National World War II Memorial. Recently, A group of southwest Georgia veterans made that trip.More >>
  • Special Report: Predicting the End of Time

    Special Report: Predicting the End of Time

    Wednesday, May 26 2010 6:32 PM EDT2010-05-26 22:32:28 GMT
     It's one of life's greatest mysteries …. When will the world as we know it come to an end? And when it's near, will there be catastrophic  signs?More >>
  • Special Reports: Porn Stick

    Special Reports: Porn Stick

    Tuesday, May 25 2010 5:58 PM EDT2010-05-25 22:58:55 GMT
    How much do you know about what's on your home computer? Can you see everything your teenager might have access to? Do you know everyone she may be chatting with?More >>
  • Special Report: Left Behind

    Special Report: Left Behind

    Thursday, May 20 2010 6:04 PM EDT2010-05-20 22:04:41 GMT
    There are more than 105,000 missing person cases in the United States according to National Crime Information Center. When someone goes missing, it can be tough on the family, left wondering and hoping.More >>
  • Special Report: Bridal Boot Camp

    Special Report: Bridal Boot Camp

    Tuesday, May 18 2010 6:05 PM EDT2010-05-18 22:05:00 GMT
    Wedding season is in full swing. As families swoop in from all across the country to take part in festivities and brides stress out planning that perfect day, it can feel like a battle.More >>
  • Special Report: Night Stalkers

    Special Report: Night Stalkers

    Thursday, May 13 2010 5:45 PM EDT2010-05-13 21:45:12 GMT
    Every night in South Georgia, thousands of enemies are attacking farms, destroying their crops, and Former Army specialists use the latest high tech gear to hunt down and kill those enemies.More >>
  • Special Report: Law, Priorities and Order

    Special Report: Law, Priorities and Order

    Thursday, April 29 2010 6:01 PM EDT2010-04-29 22:01:08 GMT
    Your chances of getting a speeding ticket may actually be lower in the coming year, because of state budget cutbacks and changing law enforcement traffic strategy.More >>
  • Special Report- Coupon Mom saves big on groceries

    Special Report- Coupon Mom saves big on groceries

    The Coupon Mom takes us on an unforgettable shopping trip. Find out how you can save 80% on your next trip to the grocery store.More >>
  • Special Report: Unbreakable

    Special Report: Unbreakable

    They look like your everyday window covering, but these "screens of steel" says they can stop a whole lot more than mosquitoes from entering your home.More >>
  • Special Report: Love at first Scent

    Special Report: Love at first Scent

    Friday, February 12 2010 9:35 AM EST2010-02-12 14:35:28 GMT
    Why do we feel an immediate spark with some and not with others? Psychologists say our natural scent or pheromones ARE factors in the mysterious equation.More >>
  • Special Report: Fix it or Junk it?

    Special Report: Fix it or Junk it?

    Monday, February 8 2010 6:00 PM EST2010-02-08 23:00:43 GMT
    WALB News Ten's Jennifer Emert talked with repair shops and customer about when you should fix it or junk it.More >>
  • Special Report: Guns in Churches

    Special Report: Guns in Churches

    Friday, February 5 2010 11:43 AM EST2010-02-05 16:43:50 GMT
    Could Georgians soon be able to carry concealed guns on college campuses, schools, sports events, even churches? The Georgia legislature could soon change concealed firearm laws.More >>
  • Texting: Slang all parents should know

    Texting: Slang all parents should know

    Monday, November 24 2008 5:50 PM EST2008-11-24 22:50:40 GMT
    Your kids may understand a language you know nothing about, and that could lead to trouble.More >>