Wild Bill McKubby joins us every afternoon from 3-6pm. Wild Bill has lots of interviews with celebrities, country artists and movers and shakers. Wild Bill has worked at WBYZ about 10 years ago and is glad to be back in Southeast Georgia close to family and friends. He’s married to his lovely wife Marilyn has a 6 year old Girl named Emma and a baby boy on the way named William.
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The SCMPD are investigating the shooting death of 33-year-old Audrea Marks, who was found deceased in her backyard. She was found at approximately 10:00 pm on August 22. Her home is located on the 600 Block of
Recently, Greg and Amy Thornton were arrested at Jay’s IGA in Alma. The couple is suspected of forging over a dozen checks at several local businesses. The couple is being held in custody at the Bacon County
Diddy and his longtime girlfriend Cassie have decided to call it quits. The singer broke up with him after the two had a fight. Allegedly Diddy thought Cassie was cheating on him, so he took her phone.
The pastor and members of First Pleasant Missionary Baptist will be celebrating their mortgage burning ceremony on Sunday, September 25 at 3:00 pm. The speaker for the occasion will be Dr. Kenneth B. Martin, pastor of the
“Robert DeNiro, 73, is one of the busiest actors in showbiz, and he’s not slowing down. In the past 10 years, DeNiro has starred in 30 films, 11 of which have been comedies and one animated movie.
Thomaston, Ga. – The Macon Vet Center will conduct outreach for veterans at the Thomaston Walmart Supercenter located at 855 N. Church St., Thomaston on August 25 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Veterans, their families, and
These women are making some serious bread. “On the heels of Forbes‘ annual list of highest-earning female movie stars, it’s clear that there are benefits to being an actress in 2016 as opposed to previous periods.” E!
As thousands of south Louisiana flood victims apply for disaster assistance, residents of two Mississippi communities have been told they are not eligible for assistance
Authorities cite ongoing sneak attacks.
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality has issued an order to allow the pickup of flood debris to move more quickly