By Jim Wallace - bio | email ALBANY, GA (WALB) –
A South Georgia man is sentenced to ten years in federal prison for leading a major marijuana growing operation in Terrell and Randolph Counties.
65-year old Johnny Hansel was convicted of growing and distributing more than one thousand marijuana plants from 2005 through 2008.
Investigators arrested Hansel after raiding the operation in 2008 at two homes in Terrell and Randolph Counties.
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South Georgia drivers are demanding something be done about a dangerous intersection in Dougherty County.
Some students from Lee County High School are hoping their words will comfort students coming back to their Florida high school after a mass shooting last week.
First grade students at G.O. Bailey Primary school were given a special weather lesson Thursday morning.
The mother of a Sumter County shooting victim has started a GoFundMe fundraising page, hoping to encourage anyone who knows anything about her son's death to come forward with information.
Serving only referral patients, Dr. Moree treats an estimated 20,000 patients a year, 55-percent of those patients being Medicare, Medicaid, or pro bono.