Junior Journalist, Logan Arnold learns how you can nominate your favorite teacher for My Teacher is Tops, in this week's Junior Journalist Report.
Three of 10 Junior Journalists have been announced. Where will we show up next?
Candidates tried out in front of a panel of judges that included 13WMAZ's Annette St. Claire and meteorologist Olivia James.
It's time to select the next class of 13WMAZ Junior Journalists. Students are invited to attend First Round Interviews on August 19th at the Galleria Mall in Centerville or August 27th at the at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon.
"We are not losing our jobs," says Frances Kness, the vocalist of Reserve Generation. "We will be filtering into the remaining bands that we have left in the Air Force,"
There's a workshop in town and kids from all over central Georgia are taking part and learning about native american history.
School's out and parents may be looking for a day trip destination for your kids.
The Museum of Arts and Siences in Macon offers a traveling Wild Music exhibit.
Some middle schoolers say a young, Bleckley County teacher knows how to bring the material to life. But for one student, this teacher was more than an instructor. He was a friend.
Third grade teacher at Wilcox County Elementary is this week's My Teacher is Tops.
This week's top teacher is a 7th grade math teacher at Warner Robins Middle School.
Junior Journalist Hannah Williamson takes us to warrior country, in this week's My teacher is Tops report.
Third grade teacher, Ms. Latanya Dean of Brookdale Elementary, is this week's My Teacher is Tops winner.
Students at Bleckley County High School said math teacher, BrianWynne, makes a difficult subject easy to understand.
Vineville Academy's Jill Hunnicutt was shocked to be a top teacher Wednesday.
Some Gray Station Middle School students say their history teacher is a stickler for the rules, but thinks outside the lines when it comes to teaching.
One Bibb County second grade teacher combines her love of art and the importance of recycling in her lessons.
Junior Journalist Ivia Rollins takes us to King-Danforth Elementary to surprise Mrs. Cheryl Amerson.
Yolunda Shinholster says she was speechless when 13WMAZ junior journalist Hillary Fobbs-Glenn came into her classroom to tell her she was this week's "My Teacher is Tops", but her students weren't surprised at all.
This week's My Teacher is Tops winner is a Twiggs County Middle school math teacher who brings the winning formula of discipline and fun to the classroom.
A fifth grade teacher at T.G. Scott is this week's 'My Teacher is Tops' award winner.
Letitia Daly, a teacher at Middle Georgia Christian School for the last 9 years, is this week's "My Teacher is Tops" winner.
Warner Robins native Summer Cunningham may have sung her way to the Hollywood round of "American Idol" on national television, but Central Georgia audiences first met the budding star as a Junior Journalist on 13WMAZ.
Deborah Green, a Montezuma native and 6th grade teacher at Macon County Middle School is this week's "My Teacher is Tops" winner.
Wilcox County Elementary's second grade teacher, Mrs. Tracy Mullis, is this week's My Teacher is Tops winner.
Members of a Macon church have asked police to help them get the church's Cadillac back from a former pastor.
Macon police say they've arrested three teenagers in the Oct. 27 fatal shooting of Vishnu Patel.
The county's development director says a company called WGS Energy Group LLC has an agreement to buy about 275 acres near Interstate16 and Highway 96.
They say the FBI, the IRS and Secret Service were all involved in investigating "a major criminal enterprise."
The prime-time Emmy Awards winners are anything but predictable this year as several repeat winners will clash with acclaimed newcomers for their share of the trophies.
A federal judge in Macon sent a Hussein Ali Asfour to Philadelphia to face charges of buying and shipping about 7,000 stolen cell phones. He's charged in connection with an alleged international weapons-trafficking scheme.
Police say the armed man entered the store with a bandana over his face.
The increase is three-tenths of a percentage point higher than April's rate.
Of the seven new members, three have significant ties to Central Georgia.