Web Anchor Grace Olson gives you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into how we put together our 5 o’clock newscast.
Web Anchor Grace Olson fills you in on the details of recurring theft at the UGA bookstore by an unlikely suspect.
Grady Newsource was at the Luke Bryan 2012 Farm Tour stop in Colbert, near Athens, GA last week. Here’s some of the footage our reporters got of the nearly 13,000 person event. Proceeds from the tour go to fund a scholarships for a student in each of the rural communities the tour stops in. “Country…
Web Anchor Grace Olson gives you an inside look at what you can expect on today’s newscast.
David Richt, son of UGA Head Football Coach Mark Richt, performed last week to a crowd of almost 13,000. He served as an opening act for Luke Bryan, and was introduced by his father to the screaming fans. How do you think he did? Sound off below!
A lot of us are fortunate to have a bed to sleep in and a roof over our heads, but there are many people that are not as fortunate. You have a chance to help. Reporter Brendon Mitcham has a story on how the Athens Community is providing a lift for those who need it. The…
Two local organizations are teaming up to bring free HIV tests to the Athens community. Reporter Naomi Keitt looked in to how HIV is affecting this area.
You may be inviting online hackers to your personal information without even realizing it. Several hundred people at UGA found this out the hard way. Grady Newsource Reporter Shannon Wiggins found out how to keep your information safe.
The ACCPD has launched a texting campaign to raise awareness of the increase in burglaries in Athens, and to prevent future burglaries. Reporter Emily Fernie tells us that the ACCPD hopes this campaign will make students think twice before they walk home from downtown late at night.
Competition can mean trouble in the taxi business. Reporter Rachel Segers tells us about how different options for rides downtown mean less profit for at least one taxi company.
Reporter Shannon Wiggins gives us a sneak peak of a story about hacking, coming up live at 5.
Sarah Edwards reports on declining business for Athens Taxi Companies.