Here’s a sneak peak at a few stories we will be covering for our newscast tonight at 5.
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Superstitions are everywhere in the presidential election, but how true are they? Special projects reporters Rachel Segers and Emily Fernie investigated some of these crazy beliefs and how far people will go to predict an election.
Despite Romney’s loss, the Athens Republicans say they are standing tall and strong, and using last night’s outcome as fuel to their future endeavors. Reporter Crystal Mitchell brings us this story after spending the evening with the GOP at their viewing party.
The Democratic party is celebrating victory and the Republican Party is licking its wounds. Reporter Ryan Williams caught the Democratic reaction to last night’s election results.
The Elections Assitant for Athens Clarke County says a shortage of poll workers caused confusion in some Atlanta Precincts. Reporter Kyle Taylor explains what was said about Athens precincts.
A pedestrian has been hit while crossing the street at Joe Frank Harris Commons on The University of Georgia’s East Campus. Bystanders told Grady NewSource that the pedestrian did not lose consciousness and that the driver of the car stopped to check on the pedestrian. There is no word on the condition of the pedestrian.…
We’re hitting the home stretch and tomorrow is the day to vote for your next president of the United states. About one-fourth of Athens voters have voted early and reporter Crystal Mitchell says the Board of Elections is expecting huge numbers tomorrow.
A local gym is taking a new spin on fitness. Aerofit Athens is teaching its clients to jump into shape this year. Reporter Naomi Keitt tells us that this form of exercise is good for your body and a lot of fun.
In two weeks a local elementary school will break ground on a 40,000 dollar greenhouse project. Sarah Edwards reports that JJ Harris Elementary is making sure their students are using hands on learning approaches.
This report filed by Newsource reporter, Tedi Rountree, tells us why women may have an even bigger discrimination in the workplace.
Gas prices are indeed going down. Reporter Ashley Hollander says it’s because of the falling price of crude oil.
The UGA College Republicans are making sure they have a huge impact on this presidential election as they campaign for Mitt Romney. They are traveling to swing states where they have already knocked on 17,000 doors. The College Republicans say they are on track to knock on 60,000 in total before the election.