High school basketball is in the tail-end of its playoff season. Athen’s Monsignor Donovan is in its second consecutive Georgia Independent School Association’s Class double A state semifinals.
Today the UGA Health Center held an event today to remind students to be safe over spring break. The health center taught students how to mix drinks safely and talked to students about how to have safe relationships and safe sex.
Words can hurt people, or they can empower them. Grady Newsource Reporter Kendall Trammell found out that it takes people who aren’t directly affected by the words to start the change.
A bill has been passed by the senate of the Georgia General Assembly that would prevent local governments from passing laws that would ban or fine plastic bags sales.
A small meth lab has been found off of Union Church Road. Reporter Sophie Archer is in the area talking with the owner of the empty rental property, who asked the cops to check on his trailer.
Georgia Softball returns home after being on the road for nine games. The team has a doubleheader against Wright State Wednesday, starting at 4 p.m. The two teams have never played before.
Coach Richt had a press conference today to talk about spring practice, which starts March 17th. Reporter Charlette Hall attended the press conference, where Richt also talked about what the quarterback situation will look like for this season.
Lauren Pinion gives the weather update for the rest of the week so you know what to expect in the next few days.
The Dawgs had a brutal fight against the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats last night. Although Kentucky beat Georgia, 72-64, Coach Fox isn’t at all disappointed in how his team performed last night.
Jordan Jenkins talked about one of the spring scrimmages from last year and how he took down Todd Gurley and Nick Chubb…and he has no plans on letting them forget it anytime soon.
The UGA Symphony will be performing tonight at the Hodgson Concert Hall at 8 p.m. Tickets are still available for $10.
The Georgia Bulldogs baseball team will try to add another W in the win column tonight after staging some late game magic last night against Furman to end its three-game losing streak.
Buddy Wakefield, a two-time world poet champion, left his career at a biomedical firm to become a poet. He sat down with Reporter Kevni Woodside to talk about his decision to leave the lucrative field.
Dense Fog Advisory for the following counties: Barrow; Clarke; Gwinnett; Jackson; Madison; Morgan; Oconee; Oglethorpe