Photo slide show of Georgia players, coaches and fans during Media Day for the 2018 National Championship. Georgia plays Alabama Monday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the College Football Playoff championship.
Beau Cabell and Jason VorheesThe Telegraph
Photographs from Georgia's Media Day in Atlanta
What's the secret to Macon-Bibb County firefighters' bed-racing success at the CBF?
Macon coach posted this on Facebook after he got a call from 'American Ninja Warrior'
He has lived in Macon since he was 6, but could be sent back to Nigeria
‘Got to get us a place so we can be a family again’
Macon state Rep. James Beverly on Democratic walkout of chambers in solidarity with students
Owens talks about play that won championship
What are Bibb County's new school safety measures?
Lady Bulldogs react to getting Mercer in the first round
‘This is a heart issue,’ LGBTQ rally organizer says
Macon Bacon mascot name unveiled, and he's got some moves
Ax-wielding robber smashes store gaming machines
When the 66-year-old ... hits the pavement, it is pretty shocking prosecutor says.
Uche Onungwa has lived in Macon, Ga., since he was in kindergarten, but without the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, he could be sent back to live in Nigeria, a country he knows little about.
Foster parents John and Kathy Pritchett, who have a family of 16 children, were burned out of their home on Camp Joycliff Road in Jones County on Monday, March 12, 2018. Nine of the kids were at home with their parents when flames broke through the chimney, destroying the house and prompting an outpouring of support from the community.
Macon state Rep. James Beverly and dozens of state House and Senate Democrats walked out of their chambers under the Gold Dome in Atlanta on Wednesday, March 14, in solidarity with a nationwide school walkout. He calls on students to stay strong and legislators to move sensible bills.
Bibb County School Superintendent Curtis Jones and Director of Safety and Security David Gowan explain how the school system is altering policy to increase school safety. Metal detectors are going in Westside High School as a pilot program announced March 13, 2018.
About 50 people marched through Macon in support of the LGBTQ community and rallied for anti-discrimination policies. The event on Saturday, March 10, 2018, encouraged dissent against recently passed Georgia Senate Bill 375 which would allow state-funded child welfare organizations to refuse to place children with same-sex couples based on religious beliefs.
A gunman and a man with an ax robbed the Reliance food mart at 3590 Napier Ave. just before 4 AM on Friday, March 9, 2018. They ordered everyone on the floor as the ax-wielding man smashed open gaming machines,Bibb County sheriff’s deputies said.