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Year in Review: The Afternoon News Wrap takes a look at some notable North Georgia deaths in 2016

By Afternoon News Wrap

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.

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Individual flown for care after two fall from Currahee Mountain
One person was seriously injured when two people fell from Currahee Mountain in Stephens County Saturday morning.
10:00PM ( 8 months ago )
Eight HCSO recruits graduate from police academy
Eight Hall County Sheriff's Office recruits recently graduated from the Northeast Georgia Police Academy.
9:00PM ( 8 months ago )
UPDATE: Suspects charged in Forsyth Pawn Shop robbery -- seventh suspect still at large
Dozens of law enforcement officers have spent their Saturday morning searching for the seven suspects they believe robbed Forsyth County Pawn on Atlanta Road in Cumming.
8:00PM ( 8 months ago )
Local/State News
Year in Review: The Afternoon News Wrap takes a look at some notable North Georgia deaths in 2016
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.
7:30AM ( 8 months ago )
LISTEN: Law enforcement reacts to Monday's Lavonia police shooting
Two Lavonia police officers were injured in a shooting Monday evening. GBI special agent Mike Ayers tells of the quick response from local authorities to ensure safety and find the attacker. Also, Baldwin police chief, Charles Webb, expresses the law enforcement community's collective response to attacks on officers and what is being done to maintain morale and safety.
8:50PM ( 9 months ago )
LISTEN: How the Affordable Care Act being repealed will impact Georgia senior citizens
With the big changes coming to Washington, it is likely a repeal or modification of the Affordable Care Act is in the works. Max Richtman, CEO of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, explains what Georgia's seniors need to know in the situation of a repeal to insure their access to Medicare, and why a repeal could be detrimental.
5:23PM ( 9 months ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Georgia Tech quarterback talks about his battle with diabetes
Before the annual showdown with rival UGA, Georgia Tech Redshirt Sophomore QB Matthew Jordan talks to the Afternoon News Wrap about his battles on the field and off with type-1 diabetes.
10:46AM ( 9 months ago )
LISTEN: Gwinnett 10-year-old donates money raised at piano recital to Gwinnett Medical Center to support his grandmother battling cancer
Brandon Won, a young pianist, raised money at a recent recital for the treatment of his grandmother, who is battling cancer. Brandon and his mother, Jane, surprised the Gwinnett Medical Center with $1500 raised by the 10-year-old.
6:18PM ( 9 months ago )
LISTEN: Turkey cooking safety tips to be thankful for
It is that time of year when the family gathers around a home-cooked meal, football, and quality time, hopefully done safely. These turkey cooking tips from Hall County Fire Services will help prevent any injuries or accidents due to kitchen fires on Thanksgiving day.
5:39PM ( 9 months ago )
Afternoon News Wrap
Gainesville woman recounts close call with falling tree: 'God must have different plans'
A Gainesville woman who, along with her son, barely escaped serious injury and possibly death Monday as Tropical Storm Irma roared through north Georgia, says she immediately thought "God must have different plans for (us)."
5:00AM ( 4 minutes ago )
U.S. News ranks UNG among top 25 public regional universities in the South
In its annual ranking of universities and colleges, U.S. News & World Report has ranked the University of North Georgia 21st among public regional universities in the South.
By AccessWDUN staff
9:00PM ( 8 hours ago )
Hall County officials say Irma recovery winding down
While hundreds in the county were still without power as of Saturday afternoon, Hall County officials say things were beginning to return to normal after the fallout of Tropical Storm Irma.
6:30PM ( 10 hours ago )
Deal to attend opening of Hall Co. Correctional Institution welding shop
Gov. Nathan Deal is scheduled to attend the grand opening of Hall County Correctional Institute's welding shop Tuesday.
By AccessWDUN Staff
6:00PM ( 11 hours ago )
Five arrested in connection to multi-million dollar meth lab in Suches
A Friday traffic stop in Lumpkin County ultimately led to several arrests and the discovery of a methamphetamine conversion lab that authorities said could have produced millions of dollars worth of crystal meth.
5:30PM ( 11 hours ago )