Thursday Updates









Athens, GA –After an increase in reports of sexual assault at the University of Georgia – students are will be marching tomorrow to protest sexual aggression on campus. They will be walking from the Tate Center to the Arch. Julianne Aberle is talking to organizers of the event today.

Athens, GA – Clarke County High School Gladiators are preparing for their homecoming game. Jaqua Daniels – star player with an offer from UGA Football – will be playing with the hope of winning the team’s first home game this season.

Athens, GA –The Athens Half Marathon is in less than a month and the community is gearing up for the event. Ashley Jetton is checking out the morning routine for one marathoner here in Athens.

Oconee County, GA – The VA may be failing some our American vets, but our community has been making up for it. The Oconee County sheriff’s office has been shipping donated gifts to the Georgia Veteran’s Association in Augusta, GA. With the holiday season around the corner – we have Krissy Robinson following up with the donations you could give our beloved vets this season.

Athens, GA – An education conference is going on at the Georgia Center here in Athens today. Keynote speaker Richard Ingersoll says that “the teaching force doesn’t look like America.” Brianna Watts will tell you more about the diversity within school systems in Georgia.

Athens, GA – Skimming and credit card fraud is getting harder to detect because the technology used to steal credit card information is getting smaller. Loni Gibson is getting more information on how you can protect yourself.

Athens, GA – Krispy Kreme is giving out free doughnuts tomorrow but there is a catch – you have to talk like a pirate. The company is celebrating   If you dress up like a swashbuckler – you get a free dozen!





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