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Past articles by Kamilah:

Fort Valley State University to add poultry major to agriculture education

According to the Georgia Farm Bureau, Georgia produces 26 million pounds of chicken daily. → Read More

Georgia toddler needs a heart transplant

Kash Ivey was born on May 20, 2020. His mother Kurdeijiah Cummings found out her little boy had Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome when she was 6 months pregnant. → Read More

Parents could get money to send students to private school after Georgia school voucher bill passes Senate

The school voucher would give parents $6,000 to use if they enroll their child into a private school. → Read More

'The big thing is to use it and not set it aside': Safety instructor advises gun owners to use safety lock

The CDC says firearms are the number one leading cause of death for people under 19-years-old. → Read More

'I'm a big history buff': Atrium Health Navicent employee finds old baby photo in time capsule

The hospital opened two time capsules from 1916 and 1973 featuring newspaper clippings, coins, film tapes and other hospital artifacts. → Read More

Six ways to save on home improvements

Spring like temperatures could mean spring cleaning. Here are tips on how you can save. → Read More

'We're excited to welcome those people to Jones County': A new park acquisition hopes to bring more attraction

Jones County and The Conservation Fund buy the 28-acre land belonging to one of Georgia's first Black legislators in the General Assembly in 1868. → Read More

'It's fabulous': Hawkinsville's hospital looks to improve care with new ER facility

Taylor Regional Hospital held its grand opening for its newest ER. → Read More

'Mr. Douglass did a lot for this to come up': People celebrate Douglass Theatre founder

Charles Henry Douglass built the Douglass Theatre in Macon as a safe place for African American entertainers. → Read More

'You name it, we can do it': Hancock County School District opens health clinic

The school-based clinic is now part the 110 fully operational center in the state of Georgia. → Read More

'It helps build up those skills': Sister Kate McFall teaches sign language to kindergartners

Sister Kate is the only teacher at the school that teaches sign language. → Read More

'I'm just grateful for him': Bibb County Schools crossing guard keeps the kids safe

Roscoe King decided to be a crossing guard when he saw cars honking at kids crossing the street to go to school. → Read More

'Watch your risk': Macon woman shares story on open heart surgery

According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. → Read More

'That would benefit the health system': Georgia House bills could raise cigarette, vape tax

For smokers, you could see around a $0.57 increase on a 20-pack of cigarettes. → Read More

'I want them to come to school every day': Georgia House Bill would add school safety training

House Bill 147 would require schools to add anti-gang endorsements in their school safety plan → Read More

Visit Macon's creates self-guided tour app for Macon's Black History

To celebrate Black History Month, Visit Macon creates a trail to showcase historical Black sites in Macon. → Read More

Tenants come home to construction at Vineville Christian Towers weeks after pipes burst

The apartment is being worked on, but residents told 13WMAZ there is a lot of work to be done. → Read More

Ways to Save and make the most of sales on food

Inflation has driven up the cost of food. When there is a sale, you will jump to catch the latest deal. Here are seven tips to save on those sale items. → Read More

'I end up losing business': Downtown Macon businesses hindered by film crews coming to town

According to Visit Macon, businesses were notified five days before shooting started. → Read More

Macon Subway employee gets job back after being held at gunpoint during robbery, says manager lied

Hunter called 13WMAZ telling us the Subway corporation will be relocating her. → Read More