Category: Athens-Clarke County

GSP Release Preliminary Oconee Crash Report

The Georgia State Patrol has told Grady NewSource reporters that it takes 3-5 days for a full report to be released, but the GSP has released the preliminary report for the Oconee Crash that took four UGA students’ lives on Wednesday night. The driver of vehicle #1 was Agnes Kim, 21. The driver of vehicle…

Grady Newsource Profiles: Andy Plemmons

Athens, GA- After talking to Barrow Elementary Media Specialists Andy Plemmons for just a few minutes, only one person comes to mind that makes education fun to students…Miss Frizzle. No, he is not hopping on a magic school bus and taking trips throughout the universe. However, he is extending the imaginations of students through technology.…

UPDATE: UGA Identities Announced

The four University of Georgia students who lost their lives in a Wednesday night crash have been identified. They were: Kayla Canedo (19), Alpharetta Brittany Feldman (20), Alpharetta Halle Scott (19), Dunwoody Christina Semeria (19), Milton  Georgia State Patrol has said that Semeria was not wearing a seatbelt. Agnes Kim the driver (21), from Snellville…

Police Release Surveillance Video of Armed Robbery in Athens

Athens, GA– Athens Clarke County Police department wants you to follow this downtown surveillance carefully. The night of April 21st started as a quiet Downtown Athens night, until an unknown person robbed an apartment above Branded Butcher on N. Lumpkin Street. This is a break into the armed robbery that happened last week, but the…

5 Things to Watch Wednesday

Here at Grady Newsource, it is the LAST class for the Monday/Wednesday news-team. We have loved our time here and learned a lot. Here is the last “5 Things to Watch Wednesday” (p.s: tune in LIVE @5PM for our last show!) No Guns Please- Yet another anti-campus carry rally will take place at the UGA arch…

Anti-Campus Carry rally at the Arch today

Today, The Keep the G Gun Free organization will host a ‘Veto Campus Carry Rally’ at the Arch at 5 PM. The organization is protesting House Bill 859 that is better known as the Campus Carry Bill. Currently, the bill has passed in the Georgia House and Senate and remains on the Governor’s desk. The…