Finals mean the end of the semester, but also the beginning of a stressful time for students. Psychologists are seeing more students than normal this season.
The people who keep you safe are learning to be safer themselves! Reporter Shannon Wiggins learned how cops are taught to be safe as well.
The Turkey on Thanksgiving may make you sleepy but the other foods could lead to some unwanted side affects. Reporter Carly Mathis tells us more.
Imagine coming home to find all of your things gone. With the holidays coming up, everyone is at a greater risk of being a victim of a crime. Reporter Ashley Hollander is tells us how to avoid becoming a victim yourself.
In case you missed the President’s press conference this afternoon, we have some of it for you!
Fernando Ordaz catches up with Shannon Wiggins about her story for tonight’s show!
Rachel and Fernando give you an inside look at what the Web roles are for Grady Newsource!
Fernando Ordaz y Raquel Segers presentan el primer webcast en Español. También, ellos hablan de su nuevo programa de noticias para el próximo semestre.
The mayor speaks on the accident which damaged the bridge located near North Avenue and Dougherty street. Reporter Arin Johnson updates the story.
It looks like a crime scene. 38 tape outlines were spread all over tate plaza to signifying transgender victims that have been killed this year alone. Reporter Danielle Brown says it’s all to make an impact on passerbys
Here is your final webcast update. Be sure to tune into our newscast tonight at 5 on channel 15 and also on live stream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/gradynewsource