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As Mercer University continues to celebrate 50 years of integration, students are taking their campus’s temperature on race.

Emily Wilson is among a group of sociology students who surveyed...

A former Macon mayor is weighing in on the newly consolidated Macon-Bibb government.

Jim Marshall was mayor from 1995 to 1999 and afterward served in Congress.

Regarding the new...

Their loved ones had died violent deaths. Here they’d come to say their goodbyes, but for some all that came out were cries, dreadful sounds for awful ends.

Some of the first, in the form...

Congressman Sanford Bishop says Macon’s Promise Neighborhood program is still the best way to improve education and tackle quality of life issues in inner city neighborhoods.

Bishop, who...

Macon DJ Roger Riddle and Y-O Latimore of Poetic Peace Arts join us to talk about fun things to do in Middle Georgia over the weekend and beyond.

Roger's picks for Jan. 16:

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There is growing discussion among state lawmakers about potentially legalizing medical marijuana in Georgia. 20 other states and the District of Columbia have already done it.

Governor...

A few days of music and weirdness with former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts made a lasting impression on Brad Evans.

Evans, who owns and publishes the 11th Hour, met Betts...

After a nine year delay, work on the Tubman African-American Museum in Macon is underway again.

Museum director Andy Ambrose says the new building across from the Georgia Sports Hall of...

As Georgia lawmakers prepare for their annual 40-day session in Atlanta, they may aim to finish quickly, keep the to-do list modest and return to work on their election campaigns.

Or they...

The so-called “polar vortex” that brought sub-zero temperatures or wind chills to much of Georgia is gone, but when Jack Frost comes back again, a class of Bibb County public school...

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