More Videos

More than 100 people gather at Rosa Park Square to remember the Roe v. Wade decision 2:10

More than 100 people gather at Rosa Park Square to remember the Roe v. Wade decision

Log truck driver might not have died of crash injuries 1:20

Log truck driver might not have died of crash injuries

Cop Shop Podcast: Man goes off at Burger King 3:48

Cop Shop Podcast: Man goes off at Burger King

Old City Flower Festival brings more than 15 churches together  1:02

Old City Flower Festival brings more than 15 churches together

Shell casings litter street in South Macon shooting 1:15

Shell casings litter street in South Macon shooting

'Separate was not equal': Integration was one of the better things to happen to education 1:29

'Separate was not equal': Integration was one of the better things to happen to education

Five things to know about the College Football Playoff National Championship 1:21

Five things to know about the College Football Playoff National Championship

Amendment prohibits parking in some front yards in Macon 1:17

Amendment prohibits parking in some front yards in Macon

He was one of the only black children in his school, and this was his experience 2:17

He was one of the only black children in his school, and this was his experience

During integration, a teacher refused to issue a girl books because she was black 1:43

During integration, a teacher refused to issue a girl books because she was black

  • Honda carjacked by escaped inmates is found

    The search for two Georgia inmates sought in the killing of their guards during an escape from a prison bus went into its third day Thursday and the scope of the manhunt is expanding. Authorities do not know whether Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose are still in Georgia or still traveling together, Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills told reporters Wednesday.

The search for two Georgia inmates sought in the killing of their guards during an escape from a prison bus went into its third day Thursday and the scope of the manhunt is expanding. Authorities do not know whether Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose are still in Georgia or still traveling together, Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills told reporters Wednesday. WGCL via AP
The search for two Georgia inmates sought in the killing of their guards during an escape from a prison bus went into its third day Thursday and the scope of the manhunt is expanding. Authorities do not know whether Donnie Rowe and Ricky Dubose are still in Georgia or still traveling together, Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills told reporters Wednesday. WGCL via AP

Nationwide manhunt ends in Tennessee; prison bus escapees chased to ground

June 15, 2017 09:09 PM

More Videos

More than 100 people gather at Rosa Park Square to remember the Roe v. Wade decision 2:10

More than 100 people gather at Rosa Park Square to remember the Roe v. Wade decision

Log truck driver might not have died of crash injuries 1:20

Log truck driver might not have died of crash injuries

Cop Shop Podcast: Man goes off at Burger King 3:48

Cop Shop Podcast: Man goes off at Burger King

Old City Flower Festival brings more than 15 churches together  1:02

Old City Flower Festival brings more than 15 churches together

Shell casings litter street in South Macon shooting 1:15

Shell casings litter street in South Macon shooting

'Separate was not equal': Integration was one of the better things to happen to education 1:29

'Separate was not equal': Integration was one of the better things to happen to education

Five things to know about the College Football Playoff National Championship 1:21

Five things to know about the College Football Playoff National Championship

Amendment prohibits parking in some front yards in Macon 1:17

Amendment prohibits parking in some front yards in Macon

He was one of the only black children in his school, and this was his experience 2:17

He was one of the only black children in his school, and this was his experience

During integration, a teacher refused to issue a girl books because she was black 1:43

During integration, a teacher refused to issue a girl books because she was black

  • More than 100 people gather at Rosa Park Square to remember the Roe v. Wade decision

    People rallied and marched in downtown Macon on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 to remember the 1973 Supreme Court decision to legalized abortion in the first trimester of pregnancy.