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Junior Journalist, Logan Arnold learns how you can nominate your favorite teacher for My Teacher is Tops, in this week's Junior Journalist Report.
One Bibb County second grade teacher combines her love of art and the importance of recycling in her lessons.
Junior Journalist Ivia Rollins takes us to King-Danforth Elementary to surprise Mrs. Cheryl Amerson.
Yolunda Shinholster says she was speechless when 13WMAZ junior journalist Hillary Fobbs-Glenn came into her classroom to tell her she was this week's "My Teacher is Tops", but her students weren't surprised at all.
This week's My Teacher is Tops winner is a Twiggs County Middle school math teacher who brings the winning formula of discipline and fun to the classroom.
A fifth grade teacher at T.G. Scott is this week's 'My Teacher is Tops' award winner.
Letitia Daly, a teacher at Middle Georgia Christian School for the last 9 years, is this week's "My Teacher is Tops" winner.
Warner Robins native Summer Cunningham may have sung her way to the Hollywood round of "American Idol" on national television, but Central Georgia audiences first met the budding star as a Junior Journalist on 13WMAZ.
Deborah Green, a Montezuma native and 6th grade teacher at Macon County Middle School is this week's "My Teacher is Tops" winner.
Wilcox County Elementary's second grade teacher, Mrs. Tracy Mullis, is this week's My Teacher is Tops winner.
Wilkinson County Elementary School's third grade teacher, Ms. Katherine Neal, is this week's My Teacher is Tops.
Donna Spillers has taught school for 25 years, and she works hard to make a difference in the lives of her students.
This week's my teacher is tops winner is a math teacher at T.G. Scott Elementary school that brings math into the real lives of students.
A fourth grade teacher from Sandersville uses her history lessons to give her students a brighter future.
Ms. Pam Gilbert, a 4th grade teacher at North Dodge Elementary, is this week's My Teacher is Tops winner.
This week's My Teacher Is Tops winner is a Twiggs Academy teacher that knows how to explain a variety of subjects from science to history. But students said it's her lessons on kindness that they will take with them in the future.
This week's My Teacher Is Tops winner is Beverly Williams. She is a middle school math teacher and students said that she knows how to make arithmetic fun.
Chuck Claxton, the 7th grade life science teacher at Oakhill Middle School, doesn't have to wish any longer. He's this week's My Teacher is Tops winner.
Step inside Candida Fielding's 9th grade biology class at Northside High School in Warner Robins, and you'll see anything from balloons, to games, to a rap about fluctuation in populations.
School is back in session, and so is our My Teacher is Tops program.
Junior Journalist, Logan Arnold went to Rutland Middle School where he surprised the first top teacher for this school year.
New Harmonies, a traveling music exhibit from the Smithsonian in Washington D.C., will be in Perry. The exhibit will focus on some of the early traditions of American music.
A Macon mother is in jail after her 2-year-old son died from an apparent beating.
In an email sent to employees Wednesday, the Bibb County school district says one of its principals lost his parents and a brother to homicide.
Officials were called to a resident about an unresponsive infant and investigators found meth and dope at the scene.
Ashley Washington won the Golden Eagle award in foreign language, a $1,000 prize. She also received $250,000 from the Gates Millennium Scholarship, and $240,000 as the QuestBridge National College Match recipient.
The North Central Health District says a stray pit bull in Houston County tested positive for rabies after it bit someone.
Perry, it's been called the crossroads of Georgia, and now they may be able to add a Guinness World Record to their résumé.
"You could have all the money in the world," Evan Gattis told 11Alive's Matt Pearl in a sit-down interview last weekend. "But what good is it without you there to spend it? What's water if you're not thirsty?"
Jake Watson with Crawford EMA says they are looking into why the county's automated warning system went off Wednesday night.
Southwestern State Hospital in Thomasville has about 600 employees.
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