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Save the Dogs: Dublin shelter needs adoptions before deadline

The Dublin-Laurens County Humane Society requests the public's help in finding homes for more than 200 animals, before they become at risk of being euthanized.

Dublin police catch bank robbery suspect minutes after alleged heist

The Dublin Police Chief attributes the quick arrest of a bank robbery suspect to his patrol officers.

State Attorney General names special prosecuting attorney in David Hooks case

The Executive Director of the Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia will handle the Laurens County deputy-involved fatal shooting.

Free FAFSA help sessions at Middle Georgia State College

MGSC is offering FAFSA help for college bound students throughout Middle Georgia.

VA announces new director for Carl Vinson

Maryalice Morro is the new director of the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center.

UPDATE: Man charged with murder in Dublin shooting

A Dublin man is facing murder charges after a fatal shooting last Friday at a retail store.

Update: Dublin District Attorney will give David Hooks case to Attorney General

Dublin Judicial Circuit District Attorney Craig Fraser will hand over the shooting investigation into the death of a Laurens County man killed by a sheriff's deputy to the Georgia Attorney General.

Special report: Why is that a law?

There's a city in Middle Georgia that has a law against throwing rocks at birds and that's only the beginning.

Update: Execution of Andrew Brannan

The State Attorney General's office confirms Andrew Brannan died at 8:33 tonight.

UPDATE: Suspect arrested for killing a Dublin man

Timothy Jones, 22, was shot outside Dublin Foods. A warrant was issued for 33-year-old Antonio Terrell Davis.

Clemency hearing set for Laurens County deputy death penalty case

A clemency hearing is scheduled for the death row inmate convicted of killing a Laurens County Sheriff's deputy.

UPDATE: Clemency denied, Execution set for man convicted of killing a Laurens County Sheriff’s deputy

Andrew Howard Brannan will die by lethal injection Tuesday night at 7:00 at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson.