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Man Shot and Killed in Warner Robins Home

Warner Robins police are looking for four men who may have shot and killed a man inside a home Thursday night.

It happened around 8 p.m. at 906 Crestwood Terrace.

A news release says police found 38-year-old Keith Moses shot once in the chest inside the home.

He died around 5 a.m. Friday at the Medical Center of Central Georgia.

Police say they are looking for four men who were seen leaving the house in a white four-door car.

They have not released any further information on the shooting.

Anyone with information on the case can call Warner Robins police at  (478) 929-6911

Tips can also be submitted through TipSubmit by texting the tip to CRIMES (274637) and include keyword WRPD in the body of the text

Verizon Expanding 4G in Central Georgia

Verizon Wireless says its customers in and around Macon will soon have faster service.

The company announced Friday that the 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network will expand throughout Macon and into the towns of Cordele, Fort Valley, Hawkinsville and Dublin.

This expansion will occur over the coming weeks, according to a news release. 

Central Georgia joins 400 other U.S. markets with the service the company claims is 10 times faster than the most recent network.

The network expansion also affects residents in areas along Interstate 16 and Interstate 75 North of Macon, Cordele and Crisp, U.S. Highway 41, U.S. Highway 280, state Route 300, state Route 90 and Interstate 75.

Verizon says 4G LTE is currently available in Macon, North Macon, Warner Robins, Perry, Byron and Centerville, and at Lake Tobesofkee, Macon Municipal Airport and Robins Air Force Base.

Midstate Massage Therapist Recalls Olympic Memories

It's hard to watch this year's Olympic games play out without having fond memories of Georgia's time in the spotlight in 1996.
Yvette Oxford's tuned in and the footage has sparked her to dig up some old souvenirs.

"I have all the Atlanta 96 pins, she said. This is a Dream Team Kids' Sports Illustrated and all the players signed it."

Oxford, a licensed massage therapist, worked on dozens of athletes during the games when they played out in the Peach state. Oxford said she keeps all the badges, autographs and other memorabilia in a shoebox.

But she says this year's Olympics in London really highlighted for her how far her proffession has come in sixteen years.

"Back then I was the only massage therapist for the Olympics, and now they have teams of therapists. Back then we weren't as respected as we are now," she said.

Oxford says she has also worked on athletes during a couple of superbowl events.

Parvo Case Closes Warner Robins Animal Control

Warner Robins Animal Control has been temporarily closed due to a parvo case, according to a press release late Thursday.

It will reopen Wednesday, August 15. 

The animals currently housed at the facility will be quarantined and observed until it reopens. The building will be closed to the public.

Adoptions and animal intake will resume once the building has reopened, the press release says.

Animal Control officers will be responding to calls for service involving vicious and injured animals during the quarantine.

Ignico Drive Gates Now in Place

Crossing gates are now up and working at the deadly Ignico Drive railroad crossing --  months ahead of schedule.

The Georgia Department of Transportation reported Thursday afternoon that the gates were in place.

13WMAZ's Jennifer Moulliet visited the crossing and reports that it's operational.

People in Warner Robins pushed the state and Norfolk Southern Railroad to install the crossing gates after a mother and her 7-week-old daughter died in a Memorial Day weekend collision with a train.

Mayor Chuck Shaheen says he lobbied the state to speed up its timetable, which initially said it might take as long as a year and a half.

The state says over the last five years, there have been five accidents and four fatalities at the crossing.

Job Openings in Warner Robins

Job Openings in Warner Robins

Each Thursday, a representative from the Georgia Department of Labor visits 13WMAZ and discusses the current job market, listing several open jobs in the Central Georgia area. We air this segment at 5 p.m. We showcase other available jobs on the Thursday morning show as well. We update the jobs listed here each week.

Call the Department of Labor Career Center at (478) 751-6164 and give them the job number of the position that interests you. You can also check out other jobs on the Georgia Department of Labor's website.

WRALL Meets & Greets With Fans

     The tradition continues for Warner Robins American Little League baseball. In 2007 the International City All-Stars won it all in Williamsport on the biggest stage and since that big win they have been to the Southeastern regionals, 4 out of the last five years.

     This year the team says they're goals are still the same, to get back to the big tournament up north in Pennsylvania. Some parents call this group the "Incredible 13" and Wednesday night as a reward for their efforts thus far, they hosted a meet and greet with the community.

    The boys have been on a hot streak since they started early this summer with 10 straight wins to capture district and state titles. And come Friday they begin their road toward a possible back to back regional championship. Besides the expected nerves and jitters, Team WRALL says they look forward to Friday night.