March 17, 2008
Albany -- An unusual accident Monday afternoon on the Liberty Expressway.
A minivan headed North on the expressway, ran off the road, ran over a ditch, and finally crashed into a metal building owned by C. A. Construction.
This happened about 4:00 PM just before of the Slappey/ Leesburg exit.
Emergency crews had to use a Hearst tool, or so called "jaws of life" to free the driver, 25-year-old Sheron Barlow who was taken to the hospital. Officers believe she had a seizure.
An annual Albany event will be at a new location this year, due to damaged caused by January's storms.
A South Georgia attraction is giving students a chance to hang out with superheroes during Spring Break.
Coffee County drug investigators have arrested a 28-year-old Douglas man on distribution charges after he was caught selling ecstasy in a local restaurant parking lot.
More than two months after a tornado struck Dougherty County, a toddler reported missing during the storm has still not been found.
Hundreds of students have sent in their applications for a new career academy in Dougherty County.