The Air Force Advanced Technology and Training Center in Warner Robins, Ga., recently opened in what was once a Publix grocery store. It houses some high tech equipment that will manufacture airplane parts with state-of-the-art techniques.
An annual event at the VECTR veterans training center in Warner Robins, Ga., on Friday will offer veterans a chance to tell their stories. They can also get a free breakfast, free haircut and healthcare screening.
Tina DaSilva talks about Operation Christmas Child, the annual holiday effort, based in Warner Robins, to fill shoe boxes with toys, school supplies and other treats to send to needy children around the world.
The Georgia Supreme Court is expected to hear oral arguments in Houston County murder case. Cole Crouch, 26, is appealing his murder conviction for the August 2013 slayings of his drug supplier and another man from California.
Raymond Rashaud Cox, 30, of Fort Valley, turned himself in Friday on vehicular homicide and DUI charges in the Nov. 27 2017, crash that killed Jecavesia Hayward, 27, brother of NFL football player Casey Hayward.
Samantha Okalani was fired by Houston County as an animal control officer and has now filed a civil suit against the county and Warner Robins, alleging she was fired because she complained about animal cruelty that she allegedly witnessed at the Warner Robins Animal Shelter.
A Warner Robins photographer is taking free family photos for Middle Georgia families. He wants all families to have portraits they can hang on the wall, even if they can’t afford a professional shoot.
Jury finds Travis Bernard Thomas Jr., 27, of Warner Robins, guilty Friday of a double-homicide at Jus One More sports bar in Houston County, GA. Thomas, nicknamed ‘Shoota,’ was sentenced to life without parole.
Jenny Maas, director of operations for the Museum of Aviation Foundation, said some volunteers believe a house used on the museum's haunted trail actually is haunted, and this may be the last year people will get to experience it.
Some believe a house in Warner Robins, GA used on the Museum of Aviation’s haunted trail actually is haunted. This may be the last year people will get to experience it as the museum is ending the annual event.