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Macon’s Department of Natural Resources’ Office moving to Forsyth

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The Department of Natural Resources' Macon Office is closing in a few weeks. Wes Robinson with the Department of Natural Resources...

Boating safety tips for the summer

The Department of Natural Resources wants you to have fun on your boats this summer, but that fun can easily turn into danger if you're not careful.

Statewide burn ban making it illegal to burn anything outdoors goes into effect May 1st

With warm, dry, weather conditions coming,  the Georgia Department of Natural Resources's burn ban will go into effect May 1st for 54 counties.

Ranger Finds African Tortoise

An African Sulcata Tortoise was found by a Ranger on Sardis Church Rd. and Goodall Mill Rd. The tortoise is now known as Douglas The Tank.

Dept. of Natural Resources gives more details on possible Lake Sinclair drowning

The Department of Natural Resources believes the drowning of a man Monday was accidental. "The navigation lights, front a rear, were on," said Department of Natural Resources Sgt. Bo Kelly. "Two rod and reels with hooks and lines were in the water." An empty boat out on the water on Lake Sinclair is unusual.

Dept. of Natural Resources ranger helps save Lake Juliette boaters

"It was a cold morning," said First Class Ranger Jeremy Reese with the Department of Natural Resources. "The wind was blowing probably in excess of 30 miles per hour." The weather on Lake Juliette can get fierce. It didn't make it any better for three teens out on a duck hunting trip early Saturday morning.

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Georgia College reopens three historical museums

“It also helps us keep our staff safe and the public safe” Curator for Andalusia Meghan Anderson.

Medical experts warn to protect your skin from the sun

Dr. Dale says sun exposure is the biggest risk factor for developing skin cancer.

Virtual graduation leaves lasting impact on seniors

Graduation for Bibb County seniors looked very different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.