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Restaurant Report Card: Food service inspection scores September 14-18

Here are Middle Georgia's food service health inspection scores from the Georgia Department of Public Health between September 14 and September 18.

Search warrant at Warner Robins hotel results in 2 arrests

A man and woman are in custody after police served a search warrant at a rented hotel room.

Warner Robins Raiders organization secures new spot for home games

The Warner Robins Raiders, a recreational sports team in Houston County, have secured a new spot for home games.

UPDATE: Boil Water Advisory for some areas of Warner Robins lifted

UPDATE: According to Mandy Stella, the Executive Assistant to Warner Robins Mayor, Randy Toms, the boil water advisory was lifted at around 7 p.m....

Warner Robins moves forward with mask requirement on city property

Leaders in Warner Robins have decided to move forward with a mask requirement on city property.

Three Middle Georgia cities will not issue mask mandate

“I don’t think a mandate is a right way to go, I think the people react better to encouragement.”

Local church to help minority communities slow the spread of COVID-19

“We are trying now to reach the populations that don't have as much access to COVID testing."

UPDATE: Man arrested for stabbing former roommate in Warner Robins

A man has been arrested after police say he stabbed another man in the abdomen in Wednesday night.

Baldwin coach calls for GHSA to make decision on high school football

The high school football season is set to kick-off September 4.

Warner Robins City Hall closing until Monday, August 10

Warner Robins City Hall is closed, effective immediately, due to COVID-19 exposure.

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Commissioners hold off on the purchase of new landfill site

Macon Mayor Robert Reichert wants to use 2018 SPLOST funds for the purchase, which he estimates will cost $8.7 million.

BCSO: Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle on Gray Highway

One person is dead after being hit by a vehicle in the 1100 block of Gray Highway just after 9:30 Tuesday night.

How to stay safe during fall festivities in the pandemic

Dexter’s Produce set up a pumpkin patch for families, and plan to host socially distanced activities.

Staying cool Wednesday ahead of increasing rain chances

Happy Autumnal Equinox! Today we saw a beautiful day for our first day of fall. Our highs topped out in the 70's and we saw...