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News from South Georgia from WALB

An Oxford University employee accused of killing a 26-year-old hair stylist has been extradited to Chicago.


A hostage situation on Blaylock Street came to an end around 11:30 p.m. on Friday.


 The Albany Humane Society and Sally Wetherbee Adoption Center  have 130 dogs and 75 cats ready for you to adopt, and most of them are free.   


The presence of hundreds of white nationalists and deadly violence last weekend has members of Charlottesville's lone synagogue confronting new levels of anxiety and resolve.


Westwood Schools in Camilla has a big day planned for their students on Monday.  The district ordered 500 solar eclipse glasses so older students can experience the phenomenon. Dicksy Hinesle...


The Lee County Board of Commissioners sent an official response on Friday to the Dougherty County Board of Commission, declining a proposal to have a joint study on the proposed Lee County hospital.


If you are looking for a furry friend for your family, you can adopt one for free Saturday at the Lee County Animal Shelter at 101 Mossy Dell Road in Leesburg.


Lee County residents with multiple flood claims might be eligible for a flood buy-out program. 


If you want good eclipse watching weather, Oregon and Idaho look like the best spot.


The small Cordele Animal Shelter faces a lot of obstacles, but the Cordele Police Department who runs the shelter hopes this summer will be a turning point.


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