Chelsea Beimfohr, CBS 42

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Nashville, TN, United States

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VIDEO: Nashville police release body camera footage from officer-involved shooting with Alabama man


Central Georgians kick off socially distanced Fourth of July weekend

Families hit the water at Lake Tobesofkee Friday afternoon → Read More

Here's when and where you can shoot fireworks off in Georgia

People are buying their own fireworks this year after the pandemic cancelled a lot of big celebrations. → Read More

'That flag is coming down': Dozens call for Confederate memorial, flag to be moved from Eastman courthouse

As the call to remove Confederate monuments across the country, protesters on both sides made their voices heard in Eastman on Tuesday. → Read More

What are some of the possible long-term side effects of COVID-19?

They include lung damage, kidney problems and some neurological problems → Read More

We have to cherish moments': Slain Bibb 911 operator remembered by his friend

A Macon man is mourning the loss of one of his friends after a fatal shooting overnight. → Read More

Georgia law makers take COVID-19 precautions upon return to capitol

The 2020 legislative session reconvened this week after COVID-19 forced a three month break. → Read More

Milledgeville lab processing thousands of COVID-19 antibody tests per week

A new machine is helping Med-Lake Lab process up to about 300 blood tests each hour. → Read More

Barbershops and salons acclimating to COVID-19 operating restrictions

Cosmetologists say they're getting used to the dozens of guidelines put in place by the state and are happy to be open. → Read More

Monroe County investigators reopen 35-year-old cold case

They identified an unknown male earlier this week, but now they're looking for his family and more clues about what led to his death. → Read More

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: 106% increase in online sexual exploitation tips during pandemic

They say this could be because more children are using the internet during the COVID-19 quarantine. → Read More

'I think anger got the best of him': Macon man who took kids, crashed into deputy patrol cars remembered by father

Keith Young allegedly tied up his wife, ran away with their kids, and then crashed into three Bibb County patrol cars. Deputies fired shots as he sped towards them. → Read More

Georgia still in phase 1 of federal reopening guidelines

Restrictions loosen as states move into phases 2 and 3 of the White House guidelines. → Read More

Bibb superintendent discusses how COVID-19 could affect coming school year

Dr. Curtis Jones says he expects a combination of in-person and e-learning to take place in his district in August. → Read More

PruittHealth Macon reporting slight decrease in positive COVID-19 cases

The Anthony Road location is reporting 68 positive patients, down slightly from the 76 reported last month. → Read More

Meet the candidates running for Macon-Bibb District 2 commissioner

The seat is currently held by Larry Schlesinger who is running for Macon-Bibb Mayor. → Read More

'I feel like I make a difference': Macon nurses help educate kids and their families during pandemic

Nurses are necessary to help keep patients healthy, especially kids. That's what Sarah Ver Steeg and Mallorie Wynne are focused on at Primary Pediatrics → Read More

Verify: Georgia does not have a hate crimes law

After two men were charged with Ahmaud Arbrey's murder, many people are asking if they will also be charged with a hate crime. → Read More

Here's what Georgia law says about citizen's arrest

A viral video of two Brunswick men shooting 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery has raised some questions about what actually constitutes a citizen's arrest. → Read More

Verify: Georgia probate courts not processing carry permits due to COVID-19

The Council of Probate Court Judges of Georgia did not deem carry permits "essential" under emergency orders. → Read More