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YOUR PHOTOS: Photo of the Day

YOUR PHOTOS: Photo of the Day

This photo, taken by user EatontonClicker, was taken in Putnam County. 

We want to feature your photos you've taken around Hancock and Putnam Counties.

Email photos with your name to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com


Eatonton Farm to Hold Easter Egg Launch

Crooked Pines Farm holds a Easter Egg Launch and Lunch Saturday, March 24. Watch the video to hear the details.

Eyewitness News Midday on 13.3 Today and Friday

While CBS brings you March Madness coverage on 13WMAZ Thursday, March 15, and Friday, March 16, there's another way to watch Eyewitness News Midday.

We'll be on the air at noon on 13.3, our Forecast First Weather Channel, with your top headlines, full weather forecast, and live coverage from Macon's Old Book Sale at the Centreplex. That's channel 113 on Cox Advanced Cable.

Other programming notes: Eyewitness News at 5 and 11 could also be delayed.

Eyewitness News at 6 will air as scheduled.

Enjoy CBS's basketball coverage and remember to follow us at 13WMAZ.com and with your I-Phone mobile app, as well as on the air.

GBI: Dogfighting Cases Common in Georgia

The Sparta police officer accused of dogfighting and animal cruelty transferred to the Hancock County Jail Wednesday afternoon, according to the Morgon County Sheriff's Office.

Tom Davis with the GBI says officers rescued a mom, her five puppes, and three other pitbulls from Travis Edwards' home Monday night. They called in Valerie Buckley with an animal shelter in Milledgeville to pick up all of the dogs and take them to Old Capitol Pet Care for treatment.

Veterinarian Saralyn Smith says all of the dogs showed signs of abuse. She says, "The scarring, the fight wounds are obvious. The two older females have been fought."

Smith says the dogs will head to Have-A-Heart animal shelter in Milledgeville after they recover.

Davis says dogfighting and animal cruelty are more common than many people think. He says, "It's a problem all over the state of Georgia. It's not just associated with Hancock County. We get calls quite regularly about this."

'Super Tuesday' Voters Will Decide Questions in Putnam County

'Super Tuesday' Voters Will Decide Questions in Putnam County

Gingrich, Paul, Santorum and Romney won't be the only choices here in Central Georgia on March 6, Super Tuesday.

Voters in Putnam County will will vote on Sunday liquor sales. The city of Eatonton already voted to approve Sunday sales last year, so this vote only affects unincorporated Putnam County.

Of course, voters everywhere in the state can vote on Georgia's Republican presidential primary, which includes Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum and several other candidates.

Power Outages in Eatonton

The storms tearing across the country have caused some power outages in Central Georgia.

Mark Williams with Georgia Power says they have 1,500 customers in Eatonton without power. He says crews are working to bring the power back on within the next few hours.


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.