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.
Jobs, Jobs, and more jobs. Riding down broad street or walking door to door downtown is definitely giving the community a new sight to see. Athens residents, brace your selves…Reporter Crystal Mitchell tells us how this is one economic growth spurt that’s developing very quickly.
Quarterback Aaron Murray and four of his teammates were shocked when they got back from South Carolina to find their house– vandalized. Police are investigating and the landlord said the damage is so bad they have to repaint the entire house. Reporter Alexandra Koehn went to the house and saw egg yoke and toilet paper…
Web Anchor Kyle Taylor and Sports Anchor Rachel Segers take us around the wide world of sports.
Producer Lindsay Bannon tells us what to expect for the 5 pm newscast.
Georgia went down for the first time this season in a 35-7 loss to South Carolina. Georgia players reacted after the game to their third straight loss against the Gamecocks. QB Aaron Murray OLB Jarvis Jones WR Malcolm Mitchell OC Mike Bobo
Web Anchor Kyle Taylor previews the day’s top stories and talks to reporter Mamie Shepherd.
South Carolina defeated Georgia 35-7 on Saturday night, but the best moment of that game took place before it even kicked off. The Faile family was chosen to be the Military Family of the Game. They were recognized on the field before the game, and then a message from their dad/husband, Sergeant First Class Scott…
In this edition of Grady Newsource Sports Weekly, Mike Reiter and Grace Olson host the show that gets you ready for the Georgia-South Carolina game. The show features interviews with ILB Alec Ogletree and TE Arthur Lynch. http://youtu.be/_KROEAoo310
Georgia inside linebacker Christian Robinson knew exactly what school he wanted to go play college football at. He received offers from both Georgia and South Carolina. His dad played for the Gamecocks in the 1980s. Here’s the story that looks at what the recruiting process was like
Georgia’s average SAT scores have risen 5 points in the last year. Although a positive for the State School systems, there is still work to be done to prepare our local seniors for the standardized test. Grady Newsource reporter Arin Johnson has the story