A Florida man, described by law enforcement authorities as dangerous, is being sought following a car chase through two states.
A Riceboro family is still trying to recover from a home fire that occurred March 18 while they were on vacation.
A wildfire burning in the artillery impact area in the northern part of Fort Stewart continued into the weekend, officials said Friday.
The congregation of Pleasant Grove AME church on Oglethorpe Highway may be down, but they're not out, as an annex which was 98 percent complete was destroyed by a fire Friday afternoon.
Georgia Department of Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin said Friday afternoon that his department will continue to look for the pet food recalled last week and will test several samples of both dog and cat food produced by Menu Foods, Inc.
Sale of alcohol to a minor/Failure to request proper ID
Monday, at around 7:29 p.m., the Ludowici Police Department was called to investigate a report of a man lying on North Railroad Street, near Azalea Street.
The first annual Community Kidsfest and Tiger 5-K run was a success as over a thousand people were informed of community activities and accident prevention while having fun at Bradwell Park on Saturday.
Fleeing and attempting to elude/speeding/driving on the wrong side of roadway
Ludowici Police Department conducted a highway safety checkpoint March 17 and issued 17 citations.
This week - Flood Safety Awareness Week - Liberty Countians can update their knowledge to help protect against floods.
Battle of the Badges blood drive Friday at the Liberty County Justice Center pitted public safety agencies against each other to see whicch could recruit the most donors.
A family of four was burned out of their mobile home Sunday morning in Liberty County.
A Hinesville woman lost her home and her dog in a fire Friday night.
The woman who was seriously injured when her scooter and a car collided near Walthourville Thursday evening has been identified.
Jan. 14: Burglary, forced entry - Three people house-sitting a Pointe South Drive residence called police and reported a break-in. A carport window and a living-room window had been broken, and an officer noticed a gloved handprint on the window. A television, Nintendo Wii and two laptop computers were missing. The complainants could not provide any serial numbers or more detailed descriptions of the missing items. A detective was notified, and the complainants were given victims' rights information and instructions for obtaining a copy of the report.
Reginald Hubbert came home to Riceboro during his Christmas break from art school in San Francisco. Around 10:30 p.m. Jan. 14, Hubbert was walking on the shoulder of Briar Bay Road when he was struck from behind by a Toyota Camry, allegedly driven by Henry James, also of Riceboro. More than three weeks later, Hubbert still is not out of the woods.
A Pembroke man died this morning after allegedly playing Russian roulette Wednesday afternoon.
A high-speed chase Monday morning through Liberty County landed an alleged Florida car thief in jail.
Jan. 13: Theft by taking - A Veterans Parkway man told police he and his wife were involved in a dispute, during which she began to slap and punch his face and took his phone. He said he didn't fight back but tried to restrain her. Later, the man said he came into contact with his wife at their lawyer's office. She reportedly took the keys out of the ignition of his car and threatened to throw them in a well. The responding officer noticed slight swelling and a scar on the complainant's lip. The complainant was given ...
Dec. 27: Matter of record - A Hinesville woman walked into the sheriff's office and told deputies her ex-husband had called from California about six years ago and had then threatened to bury her. The woman said she has had no contact with him since, but was told he was moving to the area. She requested a report because she fears for her safety.
A Woodlawn Drive home in Long County was damaged early Wednesday morning by a fire that began downstairs and traveled into the attic.
Pembroke Police are asking for help finding a 26-year-old man, who they consider armed and dangerous, in connection with a stabbing during an argument over a basketball game.
Few problems were reported overnight in Liberty County, according to Liberty County Emergency Management Agency Director Mike Hodges, but the storm is not over.
The National Weather Service moved up the start of its ice storm warning for our area over night. It is now to start at noon and run through 5 p.m. Wednesday.
An ice storm warning has been issued for 5 p.m. Tuesday to 5 p.m. Wednesday by the National Weather Service.