NEWS: Teacher pleads guilty; murder suspect captured & we are still waiting on a baby giraffe

By | March 2, 2017

Here’s your southwest Georgia area news roundup for Thursday, March 2nd, 2017:

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) – Lowndes County teacher pleads guilty to having sex with students

ALBANY, GA (Albany Herald) – Medical College of Georgia Southwest presented with awards

CORDELE, GA (WALB) – High speed chase through Crisp & Sumter Counties

COLUMBUS, GA (WALB) – Students in Columbus experience ‘half-bus, half-prison’ school bus

LEESBURG, GA (Albany Herald) – Lee County EMS to receive new lifesaving tool

MISSISSIPPI (WALB) – ‘Weight lifted’ says Sheriff when murder suspect captured

VALDOSTA, GA (Valdosta Today) – Man arrested for attacking ex-girlfriend with screwdriver

HAVANA, FL (WCTV) – Florida Highway Patrol investigates death in Gadsden County

NEW YORK (WALB) – The world is still waiting on the newest baby giraffe

ALBANY, GA (Albany Herald) – Local homeschool group wins Key Club Awards

DOUGLASVILLE, GA (Albany Herald) – Georgia couple receives sentence for terrorizing birthday party

ALBANY, GA (Albany Herald) – Dougherty jail one of few that offers GED program


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