Four historic paintings were removed from the walls of the state agriculture building. Reporter Danielle Brown tells us why they are now on display here in Athens.
UGA police are actively investigating two rapes that have been reported in University dorms this fall. Reporter Mike Reiter tells us how much concern there is, and what can be done to prevent thi
Tune in on Thursday’s Grady Newsource to find out how legalizing gambling in Georgia could affect the HOPE scholarship.
What mascot do you think should be welcomed in the University System of Georgia? Future students at the University of North Georgia are deciding between three potential mascots.
Web Anchor Arin Johnson takes you inside the newsroom. She gives a sneak peak at what it’s like behind the scenes and interviews Assignment Editor Joshua Buce. Buce tells us what criteria makes a lead story.
September is National Preparedness Month. As the month comes to a close, what have you learned about staying safe? Grady NewSource reporter Aalia Shaheed sat down with Athens Red Cross for a crash course on being prepared during an emergency. http://youtu.be/wcisBlL3Joc
Good Morning! Our Web Anchor Arin Johnson goes over today’s top 5 stories. These stories include UGA dorm room rapes to controversial agricultural paintings on display today.
It is not uncommon for pets to go missing. What’s rare is the effort that is put in to find that missing animal. Reporter Brendon Mitcham has more on the happenings of a missing beagle.
Should more charter schools be allowed in the state of Georgia? Reporter Ashley Hollander says the center of this debate is whether public money will be used for funding charter schools.
The East Athens Community Center is incorporating one more use into their flex field space in an attempt to fight a nationwide problem. Reporter Kyle Taylor talked to the program specialist about how this new initiative came about.
Shortly after the win against Vanderbilt, one UGA football player popped a big question. Offensive guard Chris Burnette proposed to his girlfriend Arielle Haynes in front of his church’s congregation.
Reporter Tedi Rountree went to the construction site of a new “Park and Ride” located on Oconee Street that will be done by December 31. The “Park and Ride” will provide free parking spaces for Athens residents.