Web Anchor Uchenna Okafor spoke with Reporter Mac Clark about his story in tonight’s newscast.
Web Anchor Uchenna Okafor went out to speak with Gamma Sigma Sigma about their yard sale at Tate Plaza. Also, Uchenna spoke with Robert from the Lambda Alliance about National Coming Out Day.
Web Anchor Uchenna Okafor previews tonight’s special projects report along with today’s top stories.
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Don’t think prisoners can vote? Think again! In the state of Georgia, prisoners can vote from behind bars as long as they have not been convicted of a felony. Voting is done by absentee ballot and mailed or faxed to the Board of Elections office. Report filed by Grady NewSource reporter, Mamie Shepherd.
A wildly popular organic grocery opened with a bang today. The fresh market is located in the beechwood shopping center where borders used to be. The chief operating officer said they created 90 jobs and do business with 50 local vendors.
Mark your calandars, because this week is your time to broaden your understanding about mental illnesses. Reporter Crystal Mitchell has been with a support group today at The Arch who’s celebrating world Mental Health Day and National Mental Illness Awareness Week.
Organic foods are on the rise, but what does it actually mean? Our special projects team helps to answer this question that you the consumer may have.
Two water lines broke in Athens this morning, just a day after a main break in the water line at Memorial Hall yesterday. Reporter Sarah Edwards tell us what happened.
Georgia women’s soccer player Nicole Locandro stopped by the Grady Newsource studio to speak with Sports Anchor Rachel Segers.