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Missouri man dies in Monroe County 18-wheeler crash

A Missouri man is dead after an early morning crash on I-75 N in Monroe County.

Georgia spoils Porter Jr.’s return, beats Missouri 62-60

Yante Maten scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Georgia spoiled the return of heralded freshman Michael Porter Jr. with a in a 62-60 victory over Missouri

Maten scores 25 to lead Georgia past Vandy at SEC tourney

Yante Maten scored 25 points to lead Georgia to a 78-62 win over Vanderbilt in the opening round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament on Wednesday night.

Mom Accused Of Meth Use Next To Baby

A Missouri mother is in jail after a friend posted a photo to Facebook allegedly showing her smoking meth next to her baby.  KSHB's...

No. 16 Missouri rumbles past Minnesota, 33-17

Marcus Murphy ran for 159 yards, Russell Hansbrough added 114 yards and a touchdown and No. 16 Missouri beat Minnesota 33-17 on Thursday in the Citrus Bowl.

Macon residents protest Michael Brown grand jury decision

Several protestors gathered in front of the Macon-Bibb County Government Center Wednesday night to protest the grand jury's decision in the Michael Brown case.

Account set up for fallen RAFB airman

An account for Staff Sergeant Josh Schoenhoff has been set up in his home state Missouri.

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Governor Kemp visits Macon to approve OLOST tax in Bibb County

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Celebrate National Barbecue Month with a new recipe

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Warner Robins Police see increase in overdose calls in April

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