Thronateeska Heritage Center to host Picnic in the Planetarium

Thronateeska Heritage Center is kicking off summer with a picnic in the Planetarium.

Missing Berrien Co. boater found

DNA testing could be used in ’94 Thomaville death row case

A Thomasville man on death row is back in the courtroom Monday.

Treasury’s watchdog to look into Tubman bill delay

The U.S. Treasury’s watchdog says it will look into why the redesign of the $20 bill featuring abolitionist Harriet Tubman was delayed.
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  10th American dies in Dominican Republic

Family members said Vittorio Caruso died after falling victim to respiratory distress. He may have also had a heart attack.

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Thomasville Police Department under evaluation this week

Dougherty Co. commissioners approve 2020 budget

  Bicyclist killed in Douglas wreck

  Dooly Co. man arrested for drugs in Crisp Co.

Valdosta laundromat hit with armed robbery

A Valdosta laundromat was hit with an early morning armed robbery Monday, according to the Valdosta Police Department (VPD).
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Student hunts for ‘mystery couple’ she captured in stunning engagement photo at Yosemite

A Notre Dame student snapped the viral photo at Yosemite National Park a few months ago when the couple was having professional engagement photos taken.

  1 charged with DUI after I-75 accident

  Update: 18-year-old dies in Valdosta shooting

  Woman sentenced in double vehicular homicide case

  After robberies, customers urge owner to keep Neighborhood Grocery open

  Douglas man arrested for forgery

First Alert Weather Day issued for Saturday

  Foundation files lawsuit against USDA

  Southwest GA man sick after trip to Dominican Republic

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McConnell to meet 9/11 responders to discuss victims’ fund

The meeting comes as Jon Stewart has blistered Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other congressional leaders for what he calls a lack of urgency to replenish the victims' fund, which was set up after the 2001 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.

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Mitchell County looking to soar in 2019 season

ASU athletics director to take new job

Sherie Gordon, director of athletics, accepted a new job at another institution, ASU officials said in a press release.

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  East Albany armed robbery surveillance video released

Man wanted for robbery by snatching

  'This is what I do every day, tattoo is my life’: Valdosta resident competes on ‘Ink Master’ TV show

  Valdosta council members disagree on council pay raise

Police, US Marshals, FBI work together to arrest suspect in multiple Albany shootings

A suspect in two Albany shootings, who police say is a “violent member of a criminal street gang,” was arrested at a shopping center parking lot in the 2800 block of Old Dawson Road Friday, according to the Albany Police Department (APD).
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  U.S. measles count reaches 1,077

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday reported 1,077 measles cases this year through June 20, up 33 from the last update.

  GSP charges driver after Tifton chase ends in multiple injuries

  Volunteers unite in Southwest GA for ‘United Way Day of Action’

  Keeper saving bees one nest at a time

  Church in Sylvester gives back to the community