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Perdue defeats Kingston in Georgia Senate runoff

Early voting for July runoff begins Monday

Early voting for July runoff begins Monday

Early voting for several state and local races begins Monday, June 30th. It will continue through Friday, July 18th. Election day is Tuesday, July 22nd. Here's a overview of who you'll find on the ballot when you go to cast your vote. U.S. Senate Race: Republican Runoff Rep.

Real estate experts tour Central State

Reviving the 2,000-acre Central State Hospital in Milledgeville isn't an easy task.

Job opening in Milledgeville

Job opening in Milledgeville

Each Thursday, a Georgia Department of Labor representative joins 13WMAZ toshare several open jobs in the Central Georgia area.

You can watch this on 13WMAZ-TV on Thursday mornings and again at 5 p.m.

Georgia College releases State of the State Poll

Georgia College releases State of the State Poll

The Georgia College Department of Government and Sociology has released the first edition of Georgia’s State of the State Poll.

Conducted during February, the results focus on key issues facing the state and information about political leaders... Read More

Professor visits Ukraine, shares stories of protest and revolution

Professor visits Ukraine, shares stories of protest and revolution

The possibility of imprisonment, witnessing protests that could turn violent at any moment, navigating your way through a country on the brink of war—there are enough reasons to think twice before launching yourself into the middle of the ongoing situation in Ukraine.

But for Georgia College Associate Professor Dr. William Risch, his role as a historian trumps all else.

IRS red flags: How to avoid a tax audit

IRS red flags: How to avoid a tax audit

Jeff Reeves, Special for USA TODAY

There's a general conception that the Internal Revenue Services is too understaffed at tax time to go after anyone but high rollers and blatant cheats.

Don't believe it.

While it's true that the IRS only audits a small percentage of returns, government officials are getting smarter about which taxpayers are the likeliest to be overstating deductions or underreporting income.