Updated: 10:03 AM A woman says a man claiming to be with a TV show sucked her toe inside an east Georgia Walmart after claiming everything she purchased that day would be free if she complied with the unusual request.
Posted: 9:56 PM City leaders are asking for $74 million dollars. That sounds like a lot of money, but it is only enough to give each department about half of what they are asking for.
Updated: 2:11 AM Millions of dogs are killed every year in this country. Tallahassee and Valdosta are no strangers when it comes to the death of these animals. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates faced the problem head on and tells us what we can do to stop it.
Updated: 10:23 AM Art Myers volunteers at a local wildlife sanctuary caring for animals hit hard by Tropical Storm Debby.
Posted: 10:58 PM Central Hamilton Elementary rose from an "F" to a "C". That means South Hamilton in White Springs won't have to close.
Updated: 1:37 PM Dozens of sinkholes pepper one farmer's field. And one of them is literally as tall as a six story building.
Updated: 8:31 PM Georgia's hospitals could see some multi-billion dollar changes over the next few years. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates found out the potential changes.
Updated: 10:56 PM Federal aid was made available Wednesday for 11 counties impacted by Tropical Storm Debby.
Updated: 7:43 PM The church will have water, food, baby items, cleaning supplies, clothes and shoes.
Updated: 7:56 AM According to reports, he would leave a cell phone by the fence for inmates so that they could call their families.
Updated: 11:00 PM New restrictions on flooded Suwannee River mean boaters must go as slow as they can for their own safety and that of surrounding homes.
Updated: 4:20 PM Thousands come out for the Celebrate America event in Tom Brown Park in Tallahassee. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates was there for the fun.
Posted: 10:22 AM Homeowners in one local neighborhood are showing off their American pride by decorating their houses with hundreds of flags.
Updated: 11:29 AM No one really knows how much illegal immigration costs American taxpayers. Some say they drain the economy. Others say they bolster it.
Updated: 11:37 AM This 4th of July, a lot of families plan celebrate with fireworks, but animal advocates warn it's a celebration your pets likely won't enjoy.
Updated: 7:46 AM People will be out in large numbers for the Fourth of July and so will the mosquitoes.
Updated: 12:42 AM Folks are in a real arms race to stock up for the 4th of July, but don't forget many fireworks available in Florida are illegal in Georgia.
Updated: 7:27 PM Valdosta is offering the things everyone needs in the face of summer heat: water, air conditioning and a cozy place to rest.
Updated: 11:12 AM The Georgia State Patrol says 25-year-old Leo Hopper was driving a 1994 Nissan Pathfinder when he ran a stop sign and then failed to stay in his lane.
Updated: 4:07 PM Dare County Sheriff Doug Doughtie has confirmed Andy Griffith has died and also released a short statement from the family.
Updated: 12:32 AM In Brooks County a dog's death has caused an uproar in a quite community. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates looks at the canines involved.
Updated: 3:47 PM 17-year old Jacob McCook died Thursday from injuries resulting from a vehicle accident.
Updated: 4:20 PM A massive sinkhole opened up in downtown Live Oak during the flood which has caused severe structural damage to some businesses.