Rain won’t go away, Tattnall will play another day

Tattnall Square's GHSA Class 1A private school baseball championship doubleheader against Savannah Christian scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed because of expected bad weather in Savannah. They will now play at 4 p.m. on Friday.

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Lawyer for man accused of rape says his client can't prove his innocence

Jay Davis, a Macon, Ga. attorney representing Robert Wayne Davis, a man accused of raping and molesting a girl for several years beginning when she was 4 years old, told jurors in his opening statement that his client can't prove his innocence and there's no evidence to support the girl's claims the acts occurred. He said some jurors will know at the end of the trial that his client is innocent and others will know they have reasonable doubt that bars a conviction. Video by Amy Leigh Womack
awomack@macon.com
Lawyer for man accused of rape says his client can't prove his innocence 1:14

Lawyer for man accused of rape says his client can't prove his innocence

Contour Aviation's CEO says his company will succeed in Macon 0:58

Contour Aviation's CEO says his company will succeed in Macon

Classic comedy opens at Theatre Macon 1:22

Classic comedy opens at Theatre Macon

Mercer ready to go for postseason 0:44

Mercer ready to go for postseason