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  • Downtown Valdosta continues to grow

    Downtown Valdosta continues to grow

    Monday, May 15 2017 10:28 AM EDT2017-05-15 14:28:05 GMT
    Downtown Valdosta (Source: WALB)Downtown Valdosta (Source: WALB)

    From the alleyways to new store fronts, Downtown Valdosta is booming with new features and businesses. In the past year, downtown has invested more than $9 million into the downtown area.

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    From the alleyways to new store fronts, Downtown Valdosta is booming with new features and businesses. In the past year, downtown has invested more than $9 million into the downtown area.

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  • Wild Adventures reveals new dining options

    Wild Adventures reveals new dining options

    Monday, May 15 2017 6:08 AM EDT2017-05-15 10:08:29 GMT
    Lonestar BBQ features a new menu item called the pulled pork parfait (Source:WALB)Lonestar BBQ features a new menu item called the pulled pork parfait (Source:WALB)

    Wild Adventures has some new treats that are sure to satisfy your tastebuds. WALB News 10 has a look at what's new when it comes to food.

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    Wild Adventures has some new treats that are sure to satisfy your tastebuds. WALB News 10 has a look at what's new when it comes to food.

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  • VPD: A look through law enforcement history

    VPD: A look through law enforcement history

    Monday, May 15 2017 10:01 AM EDT2017-05-15 14:01:21 GMT
    Artifacts displayed at the offices showcase the history of law enforcement. (Source: WALB)Artifacts displayed at the offices showcase the history of law enforcement. (Source: WALB)

    Artifacts displayed at the Valdosta Police Department and Valdosta Lowndes Regional Crime Lab showcase the history of law enforcement.

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    Artifacts displayed at the Valdosta Police Department and Valdosta Lowndes Regional Crime Lab showcase the history of law enforcement.

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  • Home Depot makes donation to police department

    Home Depot makes donation to police department

    Friday, May 12 2017 3:20 PM EDT2017-05-12 19:20:40 GMT
    Each headset costs $45. (Source: WALB)Each headset costs $45. (Source: WALB)

    Friday, folks from the Valdosta Home Depot donated items to the Valdosta Police Department.

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    Friday, folks from the Valdosta Home Depot donated items to the Valdosta Police Department.

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  • Valdosta's McClain earns U.S. Army All-American Bowl nomination

    Valdosta's McClain earns U.S. Army All-American Bowl nomination

    Friday, May 12 2017 12:03 AM EDT2017-05-12 04:03:28 GMT

    Valdosta standout Zakoby McClain is one step closer to playing in a prestigious national all-star game next January.

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    Valdosta standout Zakoby McClain is one step closer to playing in a prestigious national all-star game next January.

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  • Valdosta's tourism manager: I-75 is our lifeline

    Valdosta's tourism manager: I-75 is our lifeline

    Monday, May 15 2017 6:08 AM EDT2017-05-15 10:08:05 GMT
    Valdosta has several exits off the busy interstate (Source:WALB)Valdosta has several exits off the busy interstate (Source:WALB)

    The City of Valdosta continues to see impressive tourism numbers. The city's tourism manager said I-75 continues to help with tourists.

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    The City of Valdosta continues to see impressive tourism numbers. The city's tourism manager said I-75 continues to help with tourists.

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  • Wild Adventures considers guests' wants with Ohana Bay

    Wild Adventures considers guests' wants with Ohana Bay

    Friday, May 12 2017 9:10 AM EDT2017-05-12 13:10:29 GMT
    Ohana Bay is the newest addition to Splash Island Water Park (Source:WALB)Ohana Bay is the newest addition to Splash Island Water Park (Source:WALB)

    Wild Adventures Marketing Director Ryan Orrell said the park is always seeking suggestions from guests. Last year, visitors said they wanted more attractions at the park’s Splash Island.

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    Wild Adventures Marketing Director Ryan Orrell said the park is always seeking suggestions from guests. Last year, visitors said they wanted more attractions at the park’s Splash Island.

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  • Sporting events bring in big tourism numbers to Lowndes County

    Sporting events bring in big tourism numbers to Lowndes County

    Friday, May 12 2017 6:01 PM EDT2017-05-12 22:01:30 GMT
    (Source:WALB)(Source:WALB)

    There is one thing that is continuously bringing people from out of state to Lowndes County year after year, sports tournaments! Just this past year, the Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority saw 6 million dollars in revenue come into the city and county from these events. Last month, parks and rec helped host a senior softball tournament where 55 teams competed all weekend. People came from 12 states. One team even came from Canada. 

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    There is one thing that is continuously bringing people from out of state to Lowndes County year after year, sports tournaments! Just this past year, the Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority saw 6 million dollars in revenue come into the city and county from these events. Last month, parks and rec helped host a senior softball tournament where 55 teams competed all weekend. People came from 12 states. One team even came from Canada. 

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  • Moody AFB trains K9s in new facility

    Moody AFB trains K9s in new facility

    Friday, May 12 2017 2:45 PM EDT2017-05-12 18:45:44 GMT
    (Source:WALB)(Source:WALB)

    Some airmen at Moody Air Force base have four paws...and aren't human. They are K9s reporting for duty! Training is part of their everyday routine, learning to follow orders just like the rest so they are prepared for any job they are sent to. "It's real important that these guys do training everyday, come in on their off time, and get that dog ready for where ever they have to go," said U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Anthony Cruz.

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    Some airmen at Moody Air Force base have four paws...and aren't human. They are K9s reporting for duty! Training is part of their everyday routine, learning to follow orders just like the rest so they are prepared for any job they are sent to. "It's real important that these guys do training everyday, come in on their off time, and get that dog ready for where ever they have to go," said U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Anthony Cruz.

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