Lt. Kevin Thompson joins the Afternoon News Wrap to explain how his department operates in difficult conditions, what drove him to the profession and the two April saves of hikers in northeast Georgia.
Ahead of this weekend's Classic Motorsports Mitty at Road Atlanta, race car driver and team owner Brinkerhoff talks about the challenges Road Atlanta presents, recovery from a vicious accident and what its like being a woman in racing.
Xtreme Xplosives opened in 2015, after Georgia made all fireworks legal. Owner, Jason Sillay, tells us what its like to be one of the first and only fireworks shops in the area, and how they keep steady business year round in this week's "Local Business Spotlight," presented by Roberts Plumbing.
Craig George joins the Afternoon News Wrap to detail his recovery from opioid drug abuse that left him isolated from family and friends, in prison and on the verge of slipping into what he calls "darkness."
Millie's Drapery & Decorating has helped create the homes of North Georgia since 1968. After a fire damaged their building last year, Millie's is rebuilding and is finding new success. We talked to Chris Kinsey for this week's Local Business Spotlight presented by Roberts Plumbing.
Cadets Jonah Esworthy and Mark Miller from Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville, have been selected by the National Security Language Initiative for Youth to travel to China where they will stay and learn over the summer in a Study Abroad program.
Kim Houston shares her story of dealing with Colorectal cancer and the struggles that come with it. She reflects on the day she was diagnosed, the day she was told she was cancer-free, and of the many hard days in-between.
How would your life change is you brought home four newborns from the hospital? Julie and Justin Davidson, of Banks County, provide an update on what life is like as a family after the January birth of quadruplet girls.