One Georgia state park is carrying on the legacy of soldiers from centuries ago. The Museum at Georgia Veterans State Park teaches visitors about conflicts from the Civil War all the way to the Gulf War. Displays inside feature uniforms, weapons and even a combat Jeep. Outside, you'll see real life tanks and aircraft. Curators said a sword at the museum also recently was borrowed back by one of its original owners for a special purpose. "He got married four years ago, he borrowed it back and returned it," curator Amanda Norris said. "He used it to cut his wedding cake.”
The park will host a fireworks event on July 4.
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A hostage situation on Blaylock Street came to an end around 11:30 p.m. on Friday.
The Albany Humane Society and Sally Wetherbee Adoption Center have 130 dogs and 75 cats ready for you to adopt, and most of them are free.
Albany police have issued arrest warrants for Jermaine Monson, 32, in connection with a robbery by snatching that badly injured a 71-year-old woman.
In a few days from now we might be in awe, as we try to hold in our memory the visions we saw. That's because the solar eclipse will be seen in many parts of the country.
If you are looking for a furry friend for your family, you can adopt one for free Saturday at the Lee County Animal Shelter at 101 Mossy Dell Road in Leesburg.