Suzanne Lawler, 13WMAZ News

Suzanne Lawler

13WMAZ News

Macon, GA, United States

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Georgia Radio Hall of Famer Laura Starling celebrates 40 years on the air

This year, she celebrates 40 years with the country radio station WDEN. → Read More

British business owner in Central Georgia mourns loss of Queen Elizabeth II

The death of Queen Elizabeth is a topic of conversation at the British Pantry. → Read More

Sacred Spaces: Irwinton Baptist Church

164 years ago they entered into the Ebenezer Baptist Association. → Read More

Boll Rot takes 20 percent of Georgia's cotton crop

More cotton is set to open up throughout September, and if the rain continues, you may pay more down the road for clothes. → Read More

'It touches everyone that passes by': Dublin man spreads kindness one wave at a time

Herman Melton says he's working to make the world a better place. → Read More

New businesses coming to downtown Cochran

Two new stores will open in early September, including a comic book store. → Read More

South Georgia's Okefenokee swamp offers wild adventure for visitors

It's hundreds of thousands of acres with 12,000 American alligators. → Read More

Central Georgia athlete competes in Warrior Games, keeping the names of fallen soldiers alive

Macon native David Ware is one of the athletes competing in the Paralympic sports, and the retired veteran has six reasons to win and move on → Read More

Milledgeville professor captures Georgia through a lens

Chris Greer has a new book called 'Naturally Georgia' that explores Georgia landscapes. → Read More

'He reads his Bible every day': Former President Jimmy Carter makes rare appearance ahead of 98th birthday

President Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter made a rare public appearance this past weekend in Plains, Georgia, ahead of the First Lady's birthday on Thursday. → Read More

Plains, Georgia honors former First Lady Rosalynn Carter Garden with dancing monarch sculpture

It's outside of Albany and home to former First Lady Rosalynn and former President Jimmy Carter. → Read More

Hawkinsville's St. Thomas AME Church boasts a legacy over 150 years old

They have impeccable records dating back to the 1920s. → Read More

Joro spiders may look big and scary, but they're actually harmless

They're native to Asia, but started showing up around Georgia a few years ago. → Read More

Dodge County farmer finding success with olive crop

In 2014, Sharon Flanagan planted thousands of olive trees. Today, she's got 18 acres. → Read More

Volunteer firefighters in Hawkinsville run into burning house to save couple

Matt Goss and Chris Clark had a life-or-death decision: go in without any of their gear or stand outside and listen to screams they heard coming from the home. → Read More

'It's kind of fascinating': Magnolia Springs in Millen offers nature and history

Go towards the back of the park and stroll onto a boardwalk to see the spring, and you'll also see birds, bass, turtles and a few alligators. → Read More

Macon artist stands by her depiction of country music star Jason Aldean in mural

Shamika Bussey believes her art isn't everyone's cup of tea, but she also figures folks are talking about what she created. → Read More

Sacred Spaces: Dublin church celebrates 215th anniversary this summer

Poplar Springs North Baptist Church was started in 1807. → Read More

Five shot at a block party in Milledgeville

Police report the five people who were shot are in stable condition. → Read More

Watson Boulevard to reopen Friday after train derailment in Warner Robins

Local News Watson Boulevard to reopen Friday after train derailment in Warner Robins 22 cars derailed Tuesday late in the afternoon WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Drivers have spent a couple of days detouring if they want to go from Highway 247 onto Watson Boulevard. Connor Spielmaker with Norfolk Southern says Watson Boulevard will reopen Friday around lunchtime. You may still see trains lying off to the… → Read More