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Bibb bus monitor put on leave, treatment of boy investigated

A Bibb County bus monitor is on administrative leave, while school officials investigate a video that appears to show the monitor mishandling a 6-year-old autistic boy.

Bibb school officials promised to investigate the case after 13WMAZ showed school leaders the phone video.

The clip is more than three minutes long, and you can see the Bibb bus monitor drag the boy from the bus to his after-school daycare.

Click here to view the entire clip

Macon-Bibb County expands recycling, yard waste program

On November 17, the Macon-Bibb County Commission approved the expansion and standardization of recycling and yard waste pickup and realignment of garbage pickup services. Beginning January 4, 2016, the following services will be offered:

Macon woman finishes college test while in labor


A Macon woman finished her college exam while she was in labor.

Tommitrise Collins gave birth to a baby girl November 12 at Coliseum Medical Center in Macon. 

A tasty history: Macon's oldest restaurants

Macon is known for its rich history, especially with music. But what about the rich history with some of its restaurants? Macon is home to several restaurants that have been around for several decades. These restaurants are located throughout the Macon area and have even had some visits from famous celebrities like Oprah Winfrey and The Allman Brothers Band.

The city's oldest restaurants are:

Nu-Way Weiners: Founded in 1916

Dead chickens found at south Macon home


Worker injured in fall at Kumho construction site



A worker was reportedly injured this morning at a south Bibb construction site after falling from a high ceiling.

10-year-old helps with WDEN Radiothon

This week, WDEN held thier annual radiothon for the Children's Hospital Navicent Health.
Last year the station raised $14,000. This year, they did get a little help on the microphone from a 10-year-old with a big heart.

WDEN's Vance Shepherd rallied his country listening fans to care about the smallest of patients Thursday morning.