There are low expectations for young adults arriving at the polls on November 6th. Grady Newsource Reporter Joshua Buce tells us why that might be the case.
Some local business are turning to solar power to save money on monthly bills. Reporter Ryan Anderson shows us some benefits of using solar panels.
Reporter Meagan Priselac covered the first CounterPoint Music Festival in Atlanta this weekend. She spoke with UGA students who went and local Athens band, Reptar.
How many hours is your TV on? Reporter Fernando Ordaz looked into a recent study showing that having the TV on even in the background can have negative effects on children.
Family comes first, but that’s hard when you’re a die hard bulldawg fan like Vince Dooley. His love was put to the test this weekend because his son is the head football coach for the Tennessee vols.
What are Athens children eating in their school cafeteria’s? And where does the food come from? Reporter Naomi Keitt went to “The Future of Food conference” in Athens and tells us how food policy can impact food choices for students.
With the economy still struggling, many local businesses are having to shut their doors. Reporter Ashley Hollander spoke with one business owner who doesn’t have any plans to close his business, but does admit they are having trouble breaking even.
Today is World Vegetarian Day. Reporter Carly Mathis gives us insight into the world of vegetarians.
Teddi Roundtree gives us an update on the weather.
Here’s a sneak peak of a story we have coming up at 5. Reporter Ashley Hollander attended a food policy panel put on by the UGA Special Collections Library. They are hosting a conference called Future of Food, which is taking place today until 5pm.
Shannon Wiggins has an update to our earlier report that two Athens landmarks may be shutting down. We have now confirmed that Junkman’s Daughter’s Brother will not be shutting down but Weaver D’s still might be closing. Tune in at 5pm for the whole story.