- A Macon woman was hit by a street sweeper.
- Russell Holt, accused of killing his girlfriend last year was sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday after pleading guilty to a lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter.
- Bibb County BOE offered the interim superintendent job to former Central High principal Steven Smith.
- Two Houston County football players will play in the NFL.
- A prominent Macon developer, Charles "Jeff" Jones, died of a heart attack.
- Macon Police held profiling training sessions. 90 officers attended.
- The new Warner Robins LEC celebrated its completion.
- A teenager in Laurens County was charged with vandalizing a church cemetary.
- Michael Kelly, charged with the murder of Gail Spencer in Macon, was also charged with aggravated sodomy.
- Six domesticated donkeys were attacked by dogs in Jones County, and the dogs were put up for adoption.
- Tuesday was the 60th anniversary of when a tornado devasted Warner Robins.
- Two men fled a traffic stop on foot and ran into the woods, causing a chase in Monroe and Bibb counties. They were arrested.
- The Pactiv plant in southern Bibb County caught fire early in the morning, and the plant sustained major damage, also displacing plant workers.
- Twiggs police were searching for two men who fled a routine traffic stop.
- Governor Deal visited Macon and signed a bill to make childcare safer by making it more difficult for convicted felons to get jobs in childcare industries.
- An outside firm reviewed Bibb schools and said the schools should keep their accreditation status but be monitored by another team to remain on track.
- Houston Superintendent Hines said there will be no prayers or hymns at Houston County graduations this year after last year's complaints.
- Randy Toms announced he's running for Warner Robins mayor. He's the first candidate in the race.
- An off-duty officer apprehended a man accused of trying to steal $180 worth of crab legs from a Kroger in north Macon.
- Macon was named as one of 14 cities that actively works to "build greater civic participation."
- Milledgevillan Hugh Thompson was named as the newest member of the Georgia Supreme Court.
- Ben Jones sat down with Allman Brothers' Band member Chuck Leavell to talk about Leavell's touring with the Rolling Stones.
- Macon-Bibb firefighters were targeting 'hot spots' at the Pactiv plant in southern Bibb after much of the plant was destroyed in a fire Wednesday morning.
- First Presbyterian Day School honored a teacher who has been for 50 years in Bibb County.
- Superintendent Hines of Houston County provides clarification for his earlier statements about no prayers or hymns at Houston County graduations this year.
- A scaled-back version of the Georgia State Fair openend in Macon, only lasting 4 days.
- 50 temp employees at the Pactiv plant filed for unemployment, due to the large fire on Wednesday.
- Bibb BOE gives the acting superintendent the power to continue moving forward on the Macon Promise Neighborhoods project.
- A fire and 15 small explosions occured at a Byron sheet metal facility Thursday night, and Byron fire officials continued their investigations the next day.
- Authorities are still trying to locate missing MGSC student Jmaal Malik Keyes, whose been missing since April 25.
- Southern Perfection Fabrication, the Byron plant that caught fire Thursday, was cited for 15 health and safety violations in 2012.
- Warner Robins police learned of an old city ordinance that required the police chief to keep a record of all gun sales in the city.
- The Cirque du Soleil performance 'Quidam' started Friday night in Macon at the Centreplex.
- Congressman Jack Kingston visited Macon, talking about the impacts of sequestration on the area and about his announcement to run for Saxby Chambliss' seat.