Claire Davis, 13WMAZ News

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13WMAZ News

Macon, GA, United States

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Special needs students and life after school

For students with developmental disabilities, life after high school may not offer too many opportunities. → Read More

1,200 seat auditorium coming to Monroe Co.

A 1,200 seat auditorium is coming to Monroe County that is part of the Monroe County Schools Fine Arts Center. → Read More

New early voting location in Macon-Bibb

Macon-Bibb County has a new early voting location at the Historic Macon Terminal Station. → Read More

Anchor of Hope celebrates Autism Awareness Month with festival

According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with autism that causes social, communication and behavioral changes. Right here in Central Georgia, one organization is aiming to shed light on the disorder with their Autism Awareness Festival. Claire Davis spent the day with the Anchor of Hope Foundation and one family whose daughter has autism. → Read More

Church safety seminar held in Warner Robins

On Thursday at 8:00 am, Training Force USA along with the Warner Robins Police Department will host a seminar at Southside Baptist Church. That's on South Houston Lake Road. → Read More

Organizers help former inmates find jobs

More than 53,000 people are in Georgia's prison system, according to the Georgia Department of Corrections. → Read More

Macon-Bibb's E-911 system improves public safety

Communication is key when it comes to public safety and a new computer-aided dispatch system is improving that safety in Macon-Bibb County. → Read More

Could Uber bring more business to Macon?

A new taxi and ride share service could be heading for the Cherry Blossom capital. → Read More

Golf tournament for Monroe County deputy with cancer

One Monroe County deputy was diagnosed with cancer in December, but his friends have rallied behind him and are hosting a golf tournament to help with hospital bills. → Read More

Milledgevillle water main break closes businesses

Several dozen businesses in Milledgeville are closed Monday after a water main break. → Read More

Warner Robins tornado: one week later

It's been one week since an EF-1 tornado ripped through the city of Warner Robins and one daycare owner is still cleaning up. → Read More

Teams gear up for the Magnolia Soap Box Derby

More than 40 teams are gearing up and getting ready to race down Magnolia Street this weekend. → Read More

Storm cleanup continues in Warner Robins

Crews began the cleanup Monday morning in Warner Robins after an EF-1 tornado ripped through the city Friday morning. → Read More

Monroe County group to build special needs playground

A new playground could be coming to Monroe County. → Read More

Macon man's car stolen after he helps crash victims

A Macon man says his car was stolen after he says he stopped to help two men after he saw them in a head on collision. → Read More

Rides and food vendors roll into Central City Park

Crews at Central City Park were testing the rides and waiting on state inspections today for the Cherry Blossom Festival. → Read More

Macon group raises money for paralyzed man

Every day, most of us get up and walk around, take care of ourselves, and cook our own meals, but for one Macon man it hasn't been so easy. → Read More

Mary Persons students eliminate the "R" word

It's not everyday you hear that a non-profit group wants to go out of business. But one Mary Persons High School group says that's their goal. → Read More

Coroner: Baldwin Co. woman died from multiple stab wounds

A Baldwin County woman who was found dead in her home Wednesday afternoon died from multiple stab wounds. → Read More

Forsynthia Festival to boost economy

The Forsynthia Festival will be held Saturday in Forsyth. → Read More