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E.G. Kight Named St. Patrick's Parade Grand Marshal

E.G. Kight Named St. Patrick's Parade Grand Marshal

DUBLIN, GA.--'Songbird of the South,' otherwise known as E. G.Kight is set to be the St. Patrick's Parade Grand Marshal Saturday for Dublin's Bicentennial.

The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. in Downtown Dublin.

She also performs at Theatre Dublin on March 17, E.G Kight's Facebook page says. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m.

BCHS Soccer Teams Sweep East Laurens at Home

BCHS Soccer Teams Sweep East Laurens at Home

Taylor Craig had two goals via penalty kicks, one in regulation, the other in overtime, and Ashley Burton also had an overtime penalty kick as the Lady Royals won 3-1.  

Marty Souza had a first half goal, Thomas Lopez scored twice, and Blake Lucas scored in the second half as the Royals won 4-0. 

The girls play Thursday in Screven County.  Both teams will be in action versus Southeast Bulloch March 16.  Game times are 5 and 7 p.m.

Dublin Mayor Previews St. Patty's Day in Central Georgia

Tuesday on Eyewitness News Mornin', Dublin Mayor Phil Best called in to share information about one of Dublin's luckiest celebrations, the St. Patrick's Day Festival.

For details and a schedule of events, click here.

Kids: Tell Us Why You Want to Be President

Kids: Tell Us Why You Want to Be President

With Super Tuesday upon us, we want to hear from kids, the future voters of America. 

Why do you want to be president?

Parents, upload a short video of your child telling us why he or she wants to be president.

We may feature your video on TV.

By submitting your video using our upload tool, you give 13WMAZ-TV permission to use your video both online and on TV.

Tornado Watch Dropped

The tornado watch has been cancelled for these counties: Bleckley, Crisp, Dodge, Dooly, Laurens, Pulaski, Telfair, Treutlen, and Wilcox.

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning Canceled

Severe Thunderstorm Warning Canceled

UPDATE: Report of a tree down on Bush Rd. in East Dublin around 1:43 p.m.
Storm responsible continues to move east along I-16.

Laurens and Johnson counties' severe-thunderstorm warnings were canceled.

The National Weather Service says Doppler radar showed a storm, capable of creating quarter-sized hail and 60-mph winds, near Adrian and moving east.

The storm is also creating continuous lightning.

People should move indoors immediately.


Check back with 13WMAZ.com for updates on today's weather.



Georgia Jobless Rates at Lowest Mark Since 2009

Georgia's jobless rate is at its lowest mark since March 2009.

Department of Labor Commissioner Mark Butler says in January, unemployment sat at 9.2 percent.

That's a decline of two-tenths of a percentage point from December's 9.4 percent. 

A year ago, it sat at 10.1 percent. 

The Department of Labor also said Georgia gained more than 83 thousand jobs in the last twelve months.

According to a news release, that's the largest January to January job growth since 2006.

Locally, the Macon metro area added 1,300 jobs from January 2011 to January 2012, a 1.4% increase.

The Warner Robins area added 600 jobs in the past year.