MACON -- Local leaders in Macon say they have concerns about a law expanding the places where people can carry firearms in Georgia.<br />
Mayor Robert Reichert said he is concerned that local officials can no longer restrict guns from some public buildings, possibly including publicly owned auditoriums.<br />
Reichert said the new rules for carrying guns in public buildings were vague. He said people who use public buildings for concerts or ticketed events should be able to ban weapons if they want.<br />
WMAZ-TV reports ( http://on.wmaz.com/UdQ0o5 ) that Republican state Rep. Bubber Epps said he would take the commission's concerns back to his colleagues at the Statehouse.
As we honor our fallen service men and women, Commander of the Hall County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard, Jonathan Jackson, takes a moment to talk of the importance of Memorial Day and discuss what message we should take away as we remember our fallen heroes.
Junior pitcher Courtney Poole struck out four while giving up just two hits to lead the University of North Georgia softball team to a 5-0 win against Dixie State and the program's first national title.