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Coroner: Missing woman found dead inside crashed car

A woman reported missing by the Bibb County Sheriff's Office Saturday has been found dead inside her crashed car.

CDC’s updated mask guidelines leave many unsure of what to do

The CDC announced earlier this week that fully vaccinated individuals can largely ditch masks.

Macon Volunteer Clinic accepts new patients

The Macon Volunteer Clinic is accepting new patients.

NewTown Macon launches Downtown Macon Hype Team

NewTown Macon has formed a group to help bring more life to downtown.

Macon-Bibb dedicates portion of road to local veteran

A special ceremony was held this week to honor the life of Horace Johnson Jr., a local Vietnam War veteran.

Deputies looking for man accused of stealing lottery tickets while clerk was distracted

Bibb County deputies are looking for a man they say stole lottery tickets from a convenience store last month.

BCSO: Woman steals debit, credit cards from car at park, makes purchase at Dillard’s

Bibb County deputies are looking for a woman they say stole a debit and credit card from a vehicle at Amerson River Park Thursday afternoon.

2 charged with aggravated assault after shooting at Macon homeless camp

Two men face aggravated assault charges after a shooting Thursday night at a downtown Macon homeless camp.

Pet shelters offer tips for new pet owners as they head back to work

Animal shelters saw an influx of pet adoptions at the beginning of the pandemic, but now that people are returning back to work, we wanted to find out if shelters are seeing those pets get returned.

Downtown Macon welcoming new and old businesses

Over the past several years, downtown Macon has filled much of its storefronts.

Macon-Bibb looking for lifeguards for summer

There are only two weeks until Memorial Day weekend, and that means pools and beaches in Macon-Bibb are searching for lifeguards.

MWA Executive Director, President Tony Rojas announces retirement

Macon Water Authority's Executive Director and President Tony Rojas announced his retirement Thursday after two decades of service.