Jim Wallace, WALB News 10

Jim Wallace

WALB News 10

Albany, GA, United States

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Recent:
  • WALB News 10
Past:
  • WTOC11
  • Region 8 News
  • WBRC FOX6 News
  • WMBFNews.com
  • KXXV News Channel 25
  • FOX Carolina News
  • CBS46
  • WNEM TV5

Recent articles by Jim:

Supreme Court of Ga. Justice calls for service, speaks on Roe vs. Wade leak

Justice Verda Colvin says fighting crime, especially involving young people, depends upon every Georgian taking responsibility to help. → Read More

Raffensperger speaks on early voting, election integrity

On Wednesday, WALB’s Jim Wallace was joined by Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. → Read More

Supreme Court draft leak could impact Ga. elections

WALB’s Jim Wallace talked to former Lt. Governor of Georgia Mark Taylor, someone who has worked in and studied the Peach State politics for years, regarding this decision. → Read More

Sonny Perdue talks state of USG and what’s next

On Monday, WALB’s Jim Wallace sat down with Perdue to talk about what’s next for the USG. → Read More

Albany man pleads guilty to racketeering charges

A man was sentenced to serve 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to drug, gun and racketeering charges Wednesday morning. → Read More

‘It seems to be a significant problem’: RedSpeed cameras issuing more than 4K citations per month

RedSpeed Cameras says an average of more than 4,000 citations are being sent a month. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines have been collected. → Read More

City of Albany in talks of purchasing YMCA Sports Park

On Monday, WALB’s Jim Wallace sat down with Albany Mayor Bo Dorough in regard to a proposal to buy the Albany Area YMCA Sports Park. → Read More

Lee Co. commissioner talks recent county developments, projects

WALB’s Jim Wallace sat down with Lee County Commission Chairman Billy Mathis on Wednesday to talk about projects happening within the community. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: How the gambling industry impacts Louisiana

WALB’s Jim Wallace spoke to the Louisiana Gaming Board Chairman, Ronnie Johns, about how gambling is working for their state now. → Read More

Lee Co. to participate in the Great American Cleanup Saturday

This Saturday, the Lee County community will participate in the Great American Cleanup 2022. → Read More

Family of ASU student killed by city bus talks lawsuit

Diana Ross, Butler’s mother, said his life was taken too soon. → Read More

Ga. Power officials speak on the needs of residents as state grows

Georgia is one of the fastest-growing states, both residentially and business-wise, according to experts. → Read More

Family plans to file lawsuit against city in death of ASU football player

The city of Albany has been notified that a lawsuit could be filed in the death of Albany State University (ASU) student, Adonis Butler. → Read More

ABAC President retires after 16 years

After 16 years, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) President Dr. David Bridges has decided to retire. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Raphael Warnock introduces proposal for tax-free holiday

The senator discussed his proposed legislation called the “Relief for Families Act” with WALB’s Jim Wallace. → Read More

How market cycles are impacting retirees

On Tuesday, WALB’s Jim Wallace sat down with Kent Patrick with Bush Wealth Management. He talked about market cycles and how it impacts retirement. → Read More

Albany Municipal Court forms new court initiative to help recidivism

Albany’s Municipal Court has started a new program to help with recidivism in the community. → Read More

Randolph Co. deputies investigating man’s death

Investigators say at this time there is no suspicion of foul play. → Read More

DCSS release statement on wrongdoings during 2009 Ga. CRCT cheating scandal

No educators from Dougherty County were ever criminally charged. → Read More

Opposite sides debate ‘Constitutional Carry’ Senate Bill as it goes before Ga. lawmakers

If passed, it would allow Georgia gun owners to carry concealed firearms without having a state “carry permit.” → Read More