A star anchor on Good Morning America spoke to a group of students at UGA today about how she went from covering local new to writing national headlines. Reporters Alexandra Koehn and Kyle Taylor attended Zee’s speech. Here is Zee’s entire presentation: Homepage Image: Minh Duc Phan
When you hear Dawgtoberfest, what do you think of? If you thought about beer, well, you were wrong. Reporter Brendon Mitcham found out what exactly Dawgtoberfest is all about.
The UGA Student Government Association is taking steps to sustain the HOPE scholarship using an electronic version of a lottery ticket.
What would the overturning of affirmative action mean for Universities? Grady Newsource reporter Shannon Wiggins tells us its impact.
Two down, one to go. The Presidential debate is causing a mix of reactions today, and reporter Rachel Segers went out to see what some people in our area are thinking.
A new ordinance in Atlanta forces panhandlers to be a certain number of feet away from the entrance of a building. Reporter Emily Fernie tells us why members of the local community are expressing a need for a similar ordinance to control panhandling in downtown Athens.
A reported rape near Vandiver Hall on UGA’s campus has left students questioning their safety. Reporter Naomi Keitt spoke with UGA Police Chief Jimmy Williamson to see what measures students can take to remain safe.
Alesia Snell catches up with Reporter, Sarah Edwards to find out what UGA’s Student Government Association is doing to help increase revenue for HOPE scholarship. For the full story tune in to GradyNewsource at 5.
Check back to this page at 4:30 for the live streaming of Good Morning America’s Meteorologist Ginger Zee speaking on the UGA Campus. Zee is the Emmy Award-winning weather anchor for the weekend edition of “Good Morning America” and she will be speaking in room 102 of the Miller Learning Center.
What are your thoughts on last night’s Presidential Debate? Reporter Rachel Segers talked to students and a member of the Oconee County Democrats about their opinions on the debate and we will have that story for you tonight at 5. Web Anchor, Alesia Snell caught up with Rachel to get some information on the story.
We had a very busy morning meeting today! Find out what stories we have coming up at 5 from Producer, Ryan Williams.
Voters are turning out in overwhelming numbers at the early voting booth. Athens Clarke-County reported 807 votes on the first day alone.Grady Newsource Reporter David Hurst has the story.