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Drones to help with investigations in Houston County

HOUSTON COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The Houston County Sheriff's Office has new technology to help with investigations from a bird's eye view. The sheriff's office unveiled new drones Friday.

FAA rules for commerical drones go into effect

FAA rules for commerical drones go into effect starting today.

Drone company posts video about pitch to Macon-Bibb County

Olaeris' video claims it will bring jobs to Macon and blames the media for the agreement not passing in July.

Drone talks continue at Macon-Bibb committee meetings next week

Macon-Bibb Commissioners aren't making any decisions yet about possibly buying 15 drones to help with public safety.

ACLU national headquarters does not support drone company working with Macon-Bibb

The ACLU claims the company's CEO made false statements during his presentation to commissioners last week. The company owner tells 41NBC he doesn't have an agreement with the national office, but a working relationship with state affiliates.

Macon-Bibb commissioners consider drones for emergency response help

Commissioners met with the drone program's CEO to discuss how the technology can help emergency response crews.
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