Next week marks four months since someone murdered Elijah Wood at an Oconee County RaceTrac. Authorities have raised the reward to $50,000 for the arrest of Wood's killer.
Officials are hoping a $50,000 reward can help them find any clue that will solve the murder of an Oconee County gas station clerk.
The Oconee County Sheriff is warning citizens about a group of criminals who may be targeting homes of Asian-American business owners or those who have a lot of money or valuables in their home.
Deputies say the crime ring has been targeting Asian or Indian business owners and citizens throughout Georgia.
It has been one month since someone gunned down a clerk inside the RaceTrac gas station on Macon Highway and investigators still do not have a suspect in the case.
The reward leading to the identity of the suspect who shot and killed an Oconee County gas station clerk has climbed to $25,000 as investigators release a new video of a car possibly connected to the case.
The FBI and RaceTrac are offering a combined $10,000 reward for help catching the "dangerous" suspect in an Oconee County RaceTrac clerk's murder.
The Oconee County Sheriff's Office said 23-year-old Elijah Wood was shot and killed while working in a gas station overnight Friday.
Two Georgia sheriffs are offering their office's investigators to the secretary of state to help him look into cases of voter fraud in the recent election.
People in Oconee County call the Sheriff's Office asking how to manage Thanksgiving during the pandemic, the sheriff's reply on social media gets the attention of thousands.
A woman was shot and killed by deputies in Oconee County after they say she charged at them with a knife.
Julia Mann, a Georgia teenager who had been missing since February, was found safe, according to authorities.
June 29, 1905 is the day eight men were lynched in Watkinsville, Georgia. Seven of them were Black. 115 years later, a local group of people don’t want their names to be forgotten.
Police found two bullets at a predominantly Black church on the morning of Juneteenth, causing some on social media to wonder if the shots were the result motivated by race.
A Georgia woman had been waiting 2.5 years for a kidney. Her friend tried to donate, but couldn't. The woman was able to find a match and her friend was able to help a total stranger.
The license plate on the back of the Oconee County family’s food truck affectionally called “Chalkie” is “4 Good”. And they’re doing just that -- good for the community.
A 99-year-old Bogart woman is a silent hero.
The Oconee Sheriff's Office posted that it was "heartbroken" by the loss of Sgt. Carter Brank.
As more Georgia cities issue shelter-in-place orders for their residents, one man has come up with an idea he’s hoping will spread across the state.
Two people were arrested after officials said they blew up an ATM at a bank in Oconee County.