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Warner Robins Woman Says She Was Ridiculed For Using Food Stamps

A Warner Robins woman wants an apology from a Kroger manager who she says disparaged her for using food stamps to pay for her groceries. 

6:38 AM, Sep 24, 2012

Many Health Woes in Teens Seeking Obesity Surgery

A government-funded study shows that teens seeking weight-loss surgery have a startling number of health problems that used to be seen only in adults.

12:16 PM, Nov 4, 2013

Fresno St. Football Players Tied to Welfare Fraud

As many as two dozen Fresno State University football players have been implicated in a welfare fraud investigation involving a county Department of Social Services eligibility specialist who is accused of filing false benefits for them and others.

5:13 PM, Sep 9, 2011

Macon Church Members ask Police to Retrieve Pastor's Cadillac

Members of a Macon church have asked police to help them get the church's Cadillac back from a former pastor.

4:54 PM, Nov 3, 2009

Macon Police Charge Five With Forgery, ID Theft

They say the FBI, the IRS and Secret Service were all involved in investigating "a major criminal enterprise."

12:06 PM, Jun 20, 2012

Three Arrested in Vishnu Patel Killing

Macon police say they've arrested three teenagers in the Oct. 27 fatal shooting of Vishnu Patel.

7:37 PM, Dec 1, 2010

Energy Plant Bringing 150 Jobs to Twiggs County

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.

8:37 PM, Nov 23, 2011

Warner Robins Homeless Shelter Expanding

Reverend John Thomas says the economy is creating a greater demand for his services, and at the same, he is receiving fewer donations.

6:30 PM, Jun 22, 2011

CONSUMER ALERT | Shattering Crock Pots

We want to warn you about a potential hazard in your kitchen. It has taken some of our viewers by surprise and has even caused some injuries. 

7:47 AM, May 9, 2013

Decision Delayed on Inquest in Kendrick Johnson Death

Attorneys say a Georgia Superior Court judge told them he wants to know what federal authorities discover before deciding whether to order a coroner's inquest into the death of a Valdosta teenager found inside a rolled-up wrestling mat at school.

2:48 PM, Nov 6, 2013