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Two shootings in Valdosta
At approximately 10 p.m. Friday, Valdosta police officers were called to the scene of a shooting at 1507 N. Ashley St., suite B.
Thief steals money from child’s charity jar
A good Samaritan was able to record the license plate of a getaway car last Saturday before two men reportedly fled a thrift store in the 300 block of Saint Augustine Road with funds a little girl had been collecting for a friend in Florida who suffers from brain cancer.
Local authorities prepared to alert public
If you’re a student of World War II history, then you know that weather forecasting played a crucial role in several major Allied decisions.
Technology speeds disaster alerts, response
Caitria O’Neill remembers her reaction to hearing tornado warnings on June 1, 2011. She went to the grocery store, she said, “because I live in Massachusetts, and we don’t get tornadoes.”
Valdosta bank closed
Regulators closed a Valdosta-based bank Friday, with its assets being assumed by the parent company of another Valdosta-area bank.
Video: Skin cancer warning signs, prevention tips
News Reporter Caitlin Barker speaks with Dr. Betsy Thacker of Thacker Dermatology about the warning signs of skin cancer and the prevention steps to avoid it. A free skin cancer screening will be held at SGMC's Pearlman Cancer Center on May 17 and May 24 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. To register, please call (229)-333-1074.
VHS students ready for spring dance concert
For a few moments, the young women of the Valdosta High School Dance Program freestyle to the music, striking any pose, moving to the beat of their own drummers.
Nurses honored at VSU
Mayor John Gayle read a proclamation Thursday afternoon at the Valdosta State University College of Nursing in recognition of National Nurses Week, May 6-12.
Wild Adventures staffer on ‘Undercover Boss: Epic Employees’
A Wild Adventures employee returns to national television this evening in “Undercover Boss: Epic Employees.”
Felony charges for VHS student with BB gun
After chasing an armed student outside of Valdosta High School and across a football practice field at around 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, officers found that the 17-year-old junior was in possession of a very realistic BB pistol, according to authorities from the Valdosta Police Department.
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