Web Anchor Kyle Taylor previews the day’s top stories and talks with Sports Anchor Rachel Segers.
Red Bull is attempting to break four world records in aerospace science. Reporter Matt Clark tells us why the multiple setbacks for the launch aren’t just knee-jerk reactions. http://youtu.be/Nc_gJKXAbM0
Reporter Danielle Brown went to check out De Wain Valentine’s life size statues being shown at the local Georgia Museum.
Consumers who buy pink or pink ribboned products think their money is going to breast cancer research or awareness. Reporter Meagan Priselac tells us why this is not always the case.
The University of Georgia’s #1 Student Organization, Relay For Life, will host a conference where schools from in and out of the state will come together to brainstorm ways to better battle Cancer.
Nationally renowned communications studies theorist speaks at the University of Georgia. Grady Newsource Reporter Aalia Shaheed has the details.
There was a HUGE, wet, muddy mess on Sanford Drive this afternoon due to a water main that broke at Memorial Hall. Reporter Fabi Rodriguez went to Memorial Hall to investigate.
Web Anchor Uchenna Okafor catches up with Weather Anchor Arin Johnson to see what she has in store for tonight’s weather block.
Web Anchor Uchenna Okafor gives us breaking news on a missing Gainesville man and talks to Producer Mike Reiter about tonight’s newscast.
Voter fraud reports run rampant during election season. But Reporter Sarah Edwards found out that it may not occur as frequently as you think.
Congressman Paul Broun is drawing national attention..but it’s attention he probably doesn’t want. It’s all because of a controversial statement.
With the presidential election right around the corner, all ears will be on the presidential candidates, and all eyes…will be on their wives. Just what impact do the presidential candidates’ wives have on voters? Grady NewSource reporter Mamie Shepherd takes a closer look.