The buzz about arrests for underage drinking in downtown Athens is that there are too many of them, and that the arrests are unjustified. But Police officials in Athens have the numbers to prove that is far from the case. Reporter Emily Fernie has more on the story.
Month: October 2012
A house with the lights off on Halloween may mean more than someone who isn’t home. Grady NewSource reporter, Mamie Shepherd, joins us to make sure your Halloween is filled with treats – not tricks.
Do you have a secret recipe that you think can make it big? Registration for the Flavor of Georgia contest starts tomorrow. Reporter Fernando Ordaz has more details.
There are two amendments on the ballot and one is getting all of the attention. Grady Newsource Reporter Shannon Wiggins tells us that the other may save the University a lot of money.
Its hump day, and the Bulldogs have certainly gotten over the hump. Georgia had won 1 out of 10 games before the victory over Florida in the last 5 seasons. So obviously, they are moving in the right direction. But first things first.
We have breaking news tonight that affects all UGA students and fans. But it’s good news. Reporter Lindsay Bannon is live in the newsroom to clear up some confusion about next year’s fall break.
One small town in Georgia is coming together to help the family of an adorable two year old boy who was hit by a falling limb at his daycare. Little Tripp Halstead is at an Atlanta Hospital in critical condition. Reporter Alexandra tells us crews in Winder are making sure this doesn’t happen again.
Join Rachel Segers as she talks with Ryan Williams on whats to come in the 5 o clock news cast!
Join Rachel Segers as she highlights the extravagant homecoming events taking place in Athens tonight!
Join Rachel Segers and Kyle Taylor for a quick update on what we have in store for the show today!
The Georgia Bulldogs will return to Sanford Stadium for the first time since Sept. 29 when they take on the Ole Miss Rebels this Saturday. The team released the depth chart for this week’s game in preparation for the SEC battle.
Tomorrow, October 31st, marks the last day of the Blackout program. Reporter Arin Johnson tells us how the Athens Area Humane society utilizes spook superstitions to help black animals find homes!