Unemployment rates are down in the Athens Metro Area, but these rates may go back up by the beginning of next year. Grady Newsource Reporter Shannon Wiggins tells us what industries in Athens are booming. http://youtu.be/I1L_7Bq0CpE
Enrollment is down almost one percent at the University of Georgia this fall. Reporter Fernando Ordaz says it’s a bit of a suprise. He’s live in the newsroom to tell us how the university is working on new ways to encourage more students to enroll
Money. Cash. Campaign Funds. A large fundraising difference is putting two U.S. House candidates at a great divide. But can a politican win if he’s been outraised 10 to 1? Reporter Alexandra Koehn tells us how money is affecting a local race.
Athens Clarke County School Districts is having a lot of success with a new initiative to keep their students healthy and ready to learn. The initiative is part of a federal grant to increase the enrollment of eligible students in Medicaid or Peachcare programs According to the director of School Social Work for Clarke…
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After being labeled “soft” by a member of their own unit, the Georgia defense responded with one of their best games of the year and carried the team to a 17-9 victory over Florida to take control of the SEC East. Outside linebacker Jarvis Jones led the way with a performance that will go down…
Independent student newspaper The Red and Black published an ad bashing UGA. Reporter Fabi Rodriguez got the scoop on why it was in there.
Reporter Grace Olson and Ryan Anderson investigate a proposal that may change the way schools receive funding.
Get your last update before our 5 PM news show. We have a special shoutout to a receiver on the football team and Matthew Stafford and Hairy Dawg are re-united.
Web Anchor Meagan Priselac talks with Reporter Mike Reiter live in Jacksonville, FL. Reiter gives us a look into what we can expect from this weekend’s game.