January 28, 2008
Valdosta - Cervical Cancer is one of the most common cancers in women worldwide and if not caught early, one of the deadliest.
But South Georgia Medical Center is hoping to keep women in South Georgia from becoming a statistic.
They'll be holding a Free Cervical Cancer Screening from five to eight tomorrow night.
They say any women who have not had a pap test within the past three years or a hysterectomy are eligible for the screening being held at the Pearlman Cancer Center.
Parents in Valdosta react to hearing of a possible school bus driver strike that could take place in days to come, for several reasons.
A man accused of making threats of violence against law enforcement and the general public has turned himself in to authorities.
This Friday, loved ones and coworkers will gather to remember a deputy who died in a crash while responding to a call.
The Department of Community Health has filed a motion to dismiss appeals against the Certificate of Need for the proposed Lee County hospital.
A man says he got hit by a car in a restaurant parking lot in Thomas County, according to police.