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Births

Blackwell, Gabriel Paul, born March 20 to Aaron and Madalynne (Schmidt) Blackwell of Warner Robins.

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Local destinations on a dime

Being a tourist in your hometown is a great way to learn and share with friends and visitors the unique destinations that are in your own backyard. And visiting doesn’t have to break the bank. In fact, Houston County and Peach County are home to some world-class attractions you can take your family to this summer that cost less than $5, or are even free.

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Births

Carney, Kehlani Love, born March 13 to Octavia (Byrd) Howard and James Carney of Warner Robins.

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Video: First United Methodist Church of Warner Robins celebrates Norma Hunt’s 50 years of ministry as organist 00:51

Video: First United Methodist Church of Warner Robins celebrates Norma Hunt’s 50 years of ministry as organist

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Video: Veterans High School helps sick girl become cheerleader for a day

Macon holds National Day of Prayer 02:55

Macon holds National Day of Prayer

Scenes from the Bibb County sheriff's deputy crash scene 00:29

Scenes from the Bibb County sheriff's deputy crash scene

Remembering Bibb Investigator TJ Freeman 02:40

Remembering Bibb Investigator TJ Freeman

Macon observes National Day of Prayer 02:31

Macon observes National Day of Prayer

Macon boy describes dodging out-of-control Cadillac 01:05

Macon boy describes dodging out-of-control Cadillac

FVSU stabbing suspect shouts he's not a killer during court hearing 03:49

FVSU stabbing suspect shouts he's not a killer during court hearing

Bibb sheriff's flag lowered to honor fallen deputy 01:27

Bibb sheriff's flag lowered to honor fallen deputy

Bibb deputy killed in crash 02:21

Bibb deputy killed in crash

Kirby Smart talks UGA depth, how to compensate for lack of size 02:26

Kirby Smart talks UGA depth, how to compensate for lack of size

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'Forgotten Plague' documentary trailer

Ryan Prior’s life imploded October 22, 2006, when he was struck down by a disease that dozens of doctors were powerless to diagnose, let alone treat. Against great odds, he becomes a reporter and ventures to tell the story of his suffering and improbable recovery. He is shocked that millions globally remain sidelined by the same disease, many bedridden for decades.
Ryan Prior Special to The Sun News
'Forgotten Plague' documentary trailer 02:08

'Forgotten Plague' documentary trailer

Video: First United Methodist Church of Warner Robins celebrates Norma Hunt’s 50 years of ministry as organist 00:51

Video: First United Methodist Church of Warner Robins celebrates Norma Hunt’s 50 years of ministry as organist

Video: Veterans High School helps sick girl become cheerleader for a day 02:07

Video: Veterans High School helps sick girl become cheerleader for a day

Macon holds National Day of Prayer 02:55

Macon holds National Day of Prayer