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Macon-Bibb EMA holds disaster prep training

MACON, Georgia. (41NBC/WMGT) – The Macon-Bibb County Emergency Management Agency held its EMA Disaster Preparation Thursday morning at the Middle Georgia Regional Commission Building. The...

Georgia Power shares with Macon-Bibb first responders its Storm Center for Winter Weather Preparedness...

ATLANTA, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - When preparing for inclement weather Georgia Power shares information with first responders on what to do during storms. First responders from...

As Hurricane Michael approaches, EMA officials share what to expect

Minute by minute the updates are changing as a strengthening Michael continues to make its way. Here's what EMA officials say about the storm's status.

Macon-Bibb EMA urging people to prepare for severe storm weather

As of now, Hurricane Florence is a category two storm--down one category from Wednesday--but that doesn't mean it isn't still a very powerful one.

Macon-Bibb EMA partners with Red Cross to host shelter volunteer training

Macon-Bibb EMA and American Red Cross hosted the first of many shelter volunteer training sessions on Thursday. They need as many volunteers as possible.

BCSO and EMA warn against slick roads with heavy rain

Roads are expected to get pretty wet this week with heavy rain coming our way over the next few days. Here's how you can avoid sliding.

Macon-Bibb county continues to work to pick up storm debris

Crews are getting closer to picking up all of the debris left from Tropical Storm Irma.

Intense training exercises in Macon help the Georgia State Defense Force

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The Georgia State Defense Force teamed up with local police, Macon-Bibb EMA, and the fire department to make sure their...

UPDATE: Macon-Bibb EMA announces Monday closures

Hurricane Irma is slowly creeping near and the time to get prepared is creeping away.

Irma headed for Middle Georgia, EMA urges residents to prep safety kits

The National Hurricane Service reports that as Irma inches inland, her course is becoming more clear--and she's coming closer than they originally thought.

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