Hollywood insiders are saying the accident that has shaken Georgia’s burgeoning film industry should never have happened.
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Of all the issues Georgia lawmakers are debating as the legislative session barrels toward a close, there aren’t many that nearly everyone agrees on.
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The physician pay hike for Medicaid services is finally beginning to reach Georgia doctors, more than a year after it was intended to take effect.
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Georgians now can pay extra to have the Confederate flag as their license plate design.
African-American groups condemned the specialty tag when it was announced earlier this month calling it a symbol of racism.
As the state legislature heads into its final weeks, there are two so-called 'religious freedom' bills causing controversy.
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A Toronto businessman has purchased the long-dormant Ramada Plaza tower in downtown Macon, his attorney said Wednesday.
The sale was at least two years in the making, and it almost fell apart several times before the deal was sealed this week.
By the end of this weekend, only two teams will remain in each of the classifications and both will be set to play in the 2014 GHSA boys and girls basketball state championships.
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 Feb. 27:
"Muscle Shoals" at the Macon Film Festival
A state House panel Wednesday unanimously approved a bill that would permit medical marijuana to be grown and used in Georgia for treatment of patients with cancer, glaucoma and seizure disorders under tightly controlled restrictions.
The Macon Film Festival begins Thursday, and one of the hottest tickets is for a documentary about a town that has something in common with Macon.
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