education

MCSB: Votes in favor to validate GO bonds

COLUMBUS, Ga. – School officials in Muscogee County made a quick decision Monday night to help safeguard having enough money for future work…

Georgia dove season opens this Saturday

HARRIS COUNTY, Ga. – Dove season officially opens Saturday, September 5th in Georgia. It’s like college football or that pumpkin spice latte…

Car Insurance Secrets

Car insurance secrets revealed

CONSUMER NEWS

Car insurance commercials tout low rates but don’t tell you just how the companies set those rates. Consumer Reports’ two-year investigation…

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Weather Wise Question with Carmen Rose

This week, Carmen Rose answers a question from David Rogers from Upatoi, GA. His question is, what is the difference between scattered, isol…

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Debbie Andrews

FORT BENNING, Ga. – Debbie Williams of Fort Benning’s Stowers Elementary School is our latest MEA Federal Credit Union Golden Apple Award Wi…

Cyclists

STUDY: Cycling injuries on the rise

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Cycling has many health benefits – it gets your heart and lungs working, getting riders a little sweaty all while boo…

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Focusing on Our Rain Chances

With Labor Day weekend just around the corner, we’re looking at the possibility of rain returning to the area, with questions about coverage…

FILE - In this Jan. 5, 2011, file photo, Tyrell Coley, 21, holds his iPhone displaying his Twitter account in the Queens borough of New York. A new poll finds African American millennials are just as engaged in getting news online as their white counterparts, further debunking a long-held belief that people of color are at risk of being left behind technologically. The AP-NORC study found no evidence to suggest that African Americans and Hispanics lag behind in terms of technology use with nearly all millennials across racial and ethnic groups using a smartphone, and half using a tablet.  (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Hackers steal 225,000 iPhone accounts

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Nearly a quarter of a million iPhone accounts have been compromised. Hackers stole more than 225,000 Apple accounts fr…