Author and international speaker, Dr. Tim Elmore, explains why the Millennial generation has been looked down upon and what can be done to bridge the gap between the generations in the professional environment.
Sarah Caruso's daughter, Britlyn, suffers from cerebral palsy, as well as seizures. The 8 year old, who is treated with medical marijuana cannabis oil, has seen great improvements since the executive order signed by governor Deal, in 2015, legalizing the use of medical marijuana in Georgia..
ANW's Russell Brown attended the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Gainesville and spoke with Angellika Goss, Chelsea Belizaire, and Britney Yancy, three young women also in attendance on their thoughts about the march and what it means to them.
The Oconee County Sheriff's Office received national attention last week after officers humorously regaled their online followers with the capture of a llama that had wandered onto Epps Bridge Road. Sheriff Scott Berry shares the story with the ANW, as well as his reaction to the story gaining so much attention nationwide.
The Afternoon News Wrap's Russell Brown sits down on the yoga mat with Merri Benham to talk about her yoga studio, Flip Your Dog Yoga, for this week's "Local Business Spotlight," presented by Roberts Plumbing.
The college football season is coming to a close, but one fan will remember this game forever. Jake Parker, a 12-year-old Clemson fan with muscular dystrophy will be at the championship game cheering on his favorite player, Gainesville native DeShaun Watson.
Sugar Bear, a Murrayville dog, had been missing for three weeks after falling down a 35-foot well. Fire Captain Zach Brackett with Hall County Fire Services tells what the rescue mission was like and what can be done for well-related safety.
As the year winds down and the calendar turns to 2017, the Afternoon News Wrap brought in AccessWDUN Contributing Editor Ken Stanford to discuss a few notable individuals from the North Georgia area that passed away in 2016.