Updated: 4:07 PM The former president and CEO of Archibold Memorial Hospital in Thomasville was sentenced in federal court in Albany, Georgia.
Posted: 12:25 AM This Fourth of July, Wild Adventures Theme Park wants to let freedom ring with fireworks, family fun and free admission for the military.
Updated: 8:59 PM The rain may be over, but the flooding? Far from it. Homes and businesses are under water from the Sopchoppy River to the Suwannee River. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates looks at the damage in Hamilton County.
Posted: 12:42 PM On Tuesday, June 26 the property owner of 6798 Caitlin Drive went to his property where he encountered two persons who were removing items from the residence. The property was recently damaged by fire and the victim has lived elsewhere while awaiting the repair of the home.
Updated: 7:47 PM When you think of Georgia's main fruit, peaches come to mind. But Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates joins us live to tell us about a new fruit that's taking the lead.
Updated: 1:42 PM One person is being treated at a local hospital after an accident involving a semi-truck.
Posted: 10:48 AM The Supreme Court has struck down key provisions of Arizona's crackdown on immigrants.
Updated: 12:03 AM In Valdosta, A Community Awareness Day commemorating an end to slavery drew hundreds. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates was there for the celebration.
Updated: 11:12 PM All weekend long marine law enforcement will be stepping up to target people under the influence.
Updated: 10:54 PM How much you pay depends on how much you use. But everyone will see an increase.
Posted: 5:49 PM The 824th Base Defense Squadron provides fully-integrated, highly capable and responsive forces to protect Expeditionary Air Forces.
Updated: 5:43 PM Quitman Police Department officers responded to the area of South Madison and West Battle Street where they found a man's body.
Updated: 11:09 PM A local city has approved its budget for next year, but it's up $8,000,000 and that means pulling more money from reserves.
Updated: 9:07 AM Principal Jay Floyd comes here from North Georgia. He has a vision for Lowndes High School.
Updated: 8:42 PM The county commission and mayors from all five cities are in a contentious battle for larger shares of $200,000 of tax money.
Updated: 9:09 AM Southern corn rust, a crop disease, spreads through South Georgia and threatens local farmers' crops.
Updated: 8:37 AM A former star of the CBS show Undercover Boss was in Valdosta. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates spoke with the CEO of Wild Adventures.
Updated: 7:58 AM One example we have seen is the National Guard spending $26 million dollars to place their logo on Dale Earnhardt Junior's race car.
Posted: 6:56 PM Georgia voters will decide in November if the state should have the power to approve charter schools even if a local school board disagrees.
Updated: 6:41 PM HIV medications are very expensive so most people need government assistance to get them. That has caused a large backlog of supplies.
Updated: 3:52 PM You may have noticed that the WCTV.tv website has upgraded to a new interface. Our site has been upgraded to HTML5.
Updated: 8:29 AM The Lowndes County Sheriff's Office is cracking down on synthetic marijuana sales. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates got an exclusive look at the fake pot deputies seized.
Updated: 10:58 AM A jury finds two Thomasville men guilty of murder and aggravated assault for the drive-by shooting death of a local man. Both men have been sentenced to life behind bars.
Posted: 5:26 PM The proposed budget calls for about $94 million. County officials say that estimate is a very conservative one.