Jim Wallace, WALB News 10

Jim Wallace

WALB News 10

Albany, GA, United States

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Past articles by Jim:

Man convicted, sentenced in 2018 Berrien Co. murder case

A Berrien County man has been sentenced for the murder of the mother of his children. → Read More

Albany police need help identifying burglary suspects

Two masked men burglarized an East Albany convenience store and now the Albany Police Department (APD) is asking if anyone can help identify them. → Read More

Lee Co. Medical Center project receives another extension

Lee County commissioners said work on their long-promised hospital is starting to ramp up. → Read More

Lee Co. to offer employees vaccination incentive pay

Lee County employees will receive $250 in incentive pay once they are completely vaccinated. → Read More

New Ga. law means you need someone with a state license to remove bees

It is now illegal in Georgia to remove bee hives from inside someone’s home or a structure unless you have a license from the state. → Read More

600 boxes to be handed out during Saturday food giveaway in Albany

People in need can get a big box of food Saturday morning at the Albany Civic Center, but you need to register now in order to receive one. → Read More

Ashburn-Turner Co. Chamber of Commerce sees record growth

The city of Ashburn is seeing record growth right now and it expects to see it continue with new downtown improvement grants. → Read More

Crews work to restore power in Sumter Co. after Tuesday storm

A strong storm hit Americus and Sumter County around 7 p.m. Tuesday, knocking out power to much of the community, according to Sumter County EMA Director Nigel Poole. → Read More

Couple ambushed, tied up by armed robbers at Fla. home

Police say the female victim was about to take her daughter to school when two armed suspects demanded they go back inside the house. → Read More

3 indicted in death of Albany man

Three men have been indicted for murder in the shooting death of an Albany man who was chasing people he believed had broken into a family car. → Read More

‘Cybersecurity incident’ halts operations at Albany manufacturer

One of Albany’s largest manufacturers and employers has stopped operations because of what is being called a “cybersecurity incident.” → Read More

Volunteers needed for Albany Clean Sweep event

On Thursday, March 4, people in Albany will have a chance to continue to clean their community with another Clean Sweep event. → Read More

Sylvester councilman dies from COVID-19 complications

Sylvester City Councilman Larry Johnson died Friday in Tifton from COVID-19 complications. → Read More

Albany murder suspect indicted

An Albany man was indicted by The Dougherty County Grand Jury Wednesday for shooting two men and killing one of them. → Read More

Fire destroys Albany mobile home

An East Albany mobile home was destroyed by a fire Tuesday night. → Read More

How is the state’s economy holding up amid the COVID-19 recession?

“The COVID-19 recession is over” was the headline of the 38th Annual Georgia Economic Outlook that was released Thursday by the University of Georgia. → Read More

Ga. Supreme Court makes decision on whether or not to resume trials

The Supreme Court of Georgia decided to carry on with the planned re-opening of trial courts despite the increase of COVID-19 cases being seen nationally. → Read More

Ga. program could help with energy bills

Eligible residents can now apply for energy assistance through a federally funded program that assists low-income, elderly and disabled Georgians with heating bills through direct payments to home energy suppliers. → Read More

Ga. program could help with energy bills

Eligible residents can now apply for energy assistance through a federally funded program that assists low-income, elderly and disabled Georgians with heating bills through direct payments to home energy suppliers. → Read More

Calhoun State Prison officer arrested after smuggling meth into prison

Officials said Sequoia Carroll was arrested Wednesday at the prison, where she was still a cadet in training. → Read More