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LISTEN: The three "Deplorables" on Morning Talk tell their story

By Joel Williams
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Russia, brushing off Obama, looks to friendlier Donald Trump
Stung by new punishments, Russia is looking straight past President Barack Obama to Donald Trump in hopes the president-elect will reverse the tough U.S. stance toward Moscow over the last eight years
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Forsyth Co. Commissioner named to state Judicial Qualifications Commission
Lt. Governor Casey Cagle Friday named Forsyth County Commissioner Brian Tam as his citizen appointment to Georgia’s Judicial Qualifications Commission.
6:13PM ( 1 year ago )
Putin says Russia won't expel US diplomats in hacking flap
The United States is unleashing a string of sanctions and other punitive measures against Russia amid accusations Moscow engaged in cyber-meddling in the U.S. presidential campaign
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Politics
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 ( 1 year 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 ( 1 year 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LISTEN: How the Affordable Care Act being repealed will impact Georgia senior citizens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 ( 1 year ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Want your luggage to survive the trip? Pick the right suitcase.
Annita Thomas of Travel Bags on WDUN shares information on helping select the luggage right for the way you pack and the way you travel including the best features for surviving baggage handlers.
9:25AM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: The three "Deplorables" on Morning Talk tell their story
You've seen the t-shirts. Meet the women who created them and are proud to be "Deplorables" in support of Trump.
9:36AM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN-Trump Policy Analyst Rear Admiral Chuck Kubic
Retired Rear Admiral Chuck Kubic, a policy analyst for Donald Trump, at the RNC with WDUN's Joel Williams and Mitch Clarke on what it's like working for Trump and the candidate's vision for America.
11:55AM ( 1 year ago )
Morning Talk
South Hall Republicans to hold gubernatorial debate, seating is limited
Six candidates to be Georgia's next governor are slated to square off in a debate at the end of March in Flowery Branch.
7:00AM ( 1 hour ago )
Hall County to consider proposed changes to short-term rental ordinance
The Hall County Planning Commission is set to hear proposed changes to Hall County's Short-Term Rental Ordinance at its meeting later this month.
By AccessWDUN Staff
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Hall County to hire full-time elections superintendent
​Hall County officials have started the process of looking for a new county elections superintendent, filling a position that has remained vacant for more than two years.
10:01AM ( 22 hours ago )
Trump signs budget deal, government reopens
President Donald Trump has signed a $400 billion budget deal that sharply boosts spending and swells the federal deficit
9:13AM ( 23 hours ago )
Passionate testimony heard over 'religious liberty' bill
A Georgia Senate subcommittee heard gripping public statements on Thursday from both advocates and opponents of a ``religious liberties'' proposal aimed at adoption agencies.
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