Georgia Olive Farms harvest, olive oil industry expands

The developing olive oil industry in Georgia is committed to keeping product farm-fresh and local.

A locked door is meant to keep you safe, but in an emergency it could be blocking those trying to help.

An administrator at a Thomasville school has been arrested and charged with child cruelty.

A Valdosta man is dead after colliding head-on with a trailer that broke free from a truck.

Veteran and volunteer honored at Habitat for Humanity in Valdosta

Valdosta 4-year-old honored after saving father's life

Young cancer patients with sidewalk chalk hope to raise awareness

700 elementary students create 'Dumpster Art' for downtown Valdosta

A deadly epidemic: Valdosta resident speaks about battling addiction

Local Aveda Insitute fighting for a cure

New Publix coming to Moultrie

City council votes to close Meigs Police Department

Watch: Bear tries to join couple for dinner

Lowndes County sends out absentee ballots for upcoming election

Valdosta eighth graders receive $10,000 REACH scholarships for college

Absentee ballots on the way to Georgia voters

WATCH: Thomas County Central football player makes history

No gas shortage in South Ga., Lowndes Co. officials caution people at pumps

Florida man arrested in Lowndes County on drug charges

US agency orders corrective action after gas pipeline spill

Valdosta Fire Dept. receives $21,000 grant for search and rescue

South Georgia transgender community rallies for support

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