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UGA student-athletes set record with 3.34 combined GPA

The University of Georgia's 532 student-athletes set an all-time single semester record for combined grade point average (GPA) with a 3.34.

Record heat of 100 degrees reached for the second time in 3 days

We did it again! Today we made it to 100 degrees BREAKING the record for this date and tying the all time record for...

Near record breaking temperatures expected in Middle Georgia this week

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - As warm, moist air continues to flow across the southeastern states from the Gulf of Mexico, temperatures will climb with daytime...

Georgia National Fair sets new record

The Georgia National fair was a success this year and one for the record books.

Keys breaks school scoring record in PBC 63-61 finals loss

The Georgia College women’s basketball team (16-13) took runner-up status in the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Tournament for the second-straight season Sunday afternoon, falling 63-51 in a defensive battle to Columbus State University (30-1) in the English E. Jones Center at UNC Pembroke.

Mercer sets fall enrollment record; building new student housing to keep up with demand

University officials say this is the 8th consecutive year for growth.

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Staying dry and warm Mother’s Day weekend

High pressure has moved in over Middle Georgia today, bringing clear skies that will be sticking with us for the weekend. Saturday brings a little...

Governor Kemp visits Macon to approve OLOST tax in Bibb County

Mayor Lester Miller says the money collected would go towards public safety and boost the local economy.

Celebrate National Barbecue Month with a new recipe

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - May in National Barbecue Month. It's the best time to break out special recipes and different methods, favors and sauces. You...

Warner Robins Police see increase in overdose calls in April

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)—The Warner Robins Police Department noticed an alarming trend in April. The department posted to Facebook on May 3rd about the...