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    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

  • GPB Radio | Macon

    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

  • GPB Radio | Macon

    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

Latest Macon News

Kenny Leon On Theater, Directing NBC's 'Hairspray,' And More

For Georgians who love theater, watching the career arc of Kenny Leon has been thrilling. He’s now a Tony Award-winning director with numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway productions to his credit.
August 27, 2016

Georgia Voter Forum: Seven Voters Sound Off

On this edition of “Political Rewind” we present our first ever voter forum. We selected seven Georgians who say they will definitely vote on November 8 and invited them to join us to discuss what is driving their choices for president and other races this year.
August 26, 2016

New Connections Between State Dept. And Clinton Foundation Revealed

On this edition of “Political Rewind,” we look at the potential impact of the latest revelations about Hillary Clinton’s email and the Clinton Foundation favors to big donors, who were granted access to meetings at the State Department when Clinton was secretary of state. This time, Donald Trump is staying on-message and hammering Clinton rather than calling negative attention to his own statements and actions.
August 24, 2016

Ramping Up The Fight Against Teen Pregnancy

A small, white bungalow off a main road in Macon represents a more aggressive response by Macon-Bibb County health officials to teen pregnancy. “This is the lab,” said Bibb County Health Administrator Nancy White, as she tours her department’s new teen health center. “We will do pregnancy testing and STD testing here.” They’ll not only administer tests but county health officials will provide free birth control to teenagers. Georgia law allows minors 12 years of age and older to access birth control without parental consent. White hopes the new center – less than a half mile from Central High School – will encourage teens to protect themselves. There will be a teen health educator staffing it. This is a teenager-only space. “Well, they won't come if they don't sense that they have confidentiality and a safe place,” she said. High school freshman Bobbi Atkinson likes the idea. But she wonders if having the center so close to the school might actually discourage some students. “You have
August 24, 2016