It’s a day for celebration. UGA’s Campus Kitchen is being accepted as an official branch of the national Campus Kitchen project. Reporter Ryan Anderson joined in on todays festivities.
The presidential debates may be on traditional TV but the real action is on the social media. Reporter Grace Olson has the story that also features reaction for the Young Democrats of UGA.
A lot of new students have been on campus for the past two days, but aren’t in the university just yet. Grady Newsource Reporter Joshua Buce has the story.
Web anchor Sara Lim talks with producer Meagan Priselac and assignment editor Matt Clark about tonight’s newscast
Web Anchor Sara Lim sits down with reporters Fabi Rodriguez, Grace Olson and Matt Tompkins who covered the debate from different angles last night. Fabi covered the Republican angle, Grace was with the Young Democrats, and Matt was getting the public reaction from downtown Athens. Get complete coverage of the debate on tonight’s newscast at…
Watch highlights or entire debate video
A disturbing video is being shown on the University of Georgia campus. Avideo that a lot of people refer to as “shocking”. The 10 billion lives group is hoping that by shocking viewers, they will change your life and save many animals along the way. No footage from the actual video is in this story…
A disturbing video is being shown on the University of Georgia campus by the 10 Billion Lives Group. Reporter Ashley Hollander was out there earlier today and found most people were shocked by the video. The group is hoping that by shocking viewers they’ll change people’s lives and save many animals along the way.
Are you an online shopper because you can save some extra money? Well a change in the Georgia sales tax code will increase prices. Online customers will soon be paying sales tax, but Reporter Fernando Ordaz found out there are ways for customers to avoid it.
When people head for the hedges on Saturday to watch the game, a lot of times the last thing on their mind is being sure to lock the door before they leave home. Reporter Emily Fernie tells us why securing your home on gameday can save you from becoming a victim of burglary.
You may be wondering why you haven’t seen as many “For Sale” signs around Athens recently. Local realtors say houses are starting to sell. Reporter Naomi Keitt found out more about this recent trend.
50 million people are expected to watch tonight’s Presidential Debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. That makes the 2012 Presidential Debate the single most watched event of the campaign. Grady NewSource reporter Ryan Williams takes a closer look at how debates impact voting – and specifically how the debate impacts Georgia Voters.