A convicted murderer and rapist, Ray Johnson, will have a hearing Thursday morning in Dougherty County Superior Court. Johnson was sentenced to death in 1998 for the murder of Angela Sizemore.
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Officials have confirmed that a crash has claimed the lives of at least two people in Valdosta.
Some Albany high school students learn what it’s like to handle an emergency.The Law and Justice, Homeland Security, and Emergency Medical Services classes held an annual disaster drill.
Helen Malphus, who was listed as the owner and administrator of Rosewood Manor Assisted Living Home in Nicholls, was arrested on Tuesday, on a warrant for False Statements and writings, concealment of facts, and fraudulent documents.
A family cookout took a terrifying turn for a Worth County family. Now a 6-year-old boy is recovering from serious burns.
Dougherty County’s Sheriff, who went to church with a former Albany Police officer, now a Habersham County deputy, shot in an ambush, says he is recovering.
The latest renderings released by Valdosta City Schools showed Tuesday what the new Valdosta High School might look like, but that was assuming residents in Valdosta and Lowndes County would vote to continue the E-SPLOST, allowing the school district to collect a majority of the money it needed to build the new high school.
A South Georgia cotton, peanut, wheat, corn, soybean, pecan, and cattle producer highlighted the impact of farm policy to a U.S. Senate committee Tuesday.
The month long Albany MCLB trucking corruption trial has gone to the jury. Jurors in federal court heard closing arguments and judge’s instructions Monday.
Some talented high school students performed freedom songs Monday night alongside some singers who helped create those songs.