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Tuesday May 23rd, 2017 10:28PM

LISTEN: Bill Pascoe of the Tea Party on sanctuary cities

By BIll and Joel
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I-85 in Atlanta to re-open Monday, nearly five weeks ahead of original schedule
A portion of Interstate 85 in Atlanta, closed after a fire on March 30, is scheduled to re-open Monday, May 15, nearly five weeks ahead of the original projected opening.
10:59AM ( 18 hours ago )
Trump abruptly axes FBI's Comey in midst of Russia probe
President Donald Trump abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey Tuesday, ousting the nation's top law enforcement official in the midst of an investigation by the agency into whether Trump's campaign had ties to Russia's election meddling
8:38PM ( 1 day ago )
Governor Deal signs medical marijuana expansion on final day
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal approved an expansion of the state's medical marijuana program on Tuesday, allowing people being treated for six additional medical conditions to possess cannabis oil.
5:38PM ( 1 day ago )
Politics
LISTEN: Moms for Hire: Great advice for moms wanting to join the workforce.
Deborah Newmyer shares tips from her book "Moms for Hire" for moms who want to return to the workforce.
5:10AM ( 10 minutes ago )
LISTEN: 9th congressional district candidate explains why he is hosting a 'Health Care Town Hall'
Joshua McCall (D-Gainesville) joins the Afternoon News Wrap to provide details of a planned non-partisan event to be held Thursday night in the Gainesville Civic Center.
7:15PM ( 10 hours ago )
LISTEN: Part Two: Recovering opioid drug addict, Craig George, shares his tale of emerging from "darkness"
George, a recovering addict who is 6 months clean, joins the Afternoon News Wrap in part two of a one-on-one to explain how friends and family can help an addict.
5:00PM ( 12 hours ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: B.J.'s birthday serenade
The Opossum Queen serenaded B.J. Williams on her birthday with a special song. It's sure to be a hit!
9:18AM ( 1 day ago )
LISTEN: Concerned about your hearing? A new study says you are.
One man's noise is another man's music but both can cause hearing problems. Joe Montano, board member of the American Speech-Launguage Hearing Association, shares the results of a survey that finds folks from 18-69 feel that there's just too much noise.
9:25AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Gainesville Mayor discusses major building projects for dowtown
Gainesville Mayor Danny Dunagan joined WDUN's Bill and Joel to outline what to expect from a trio of major building projects coming to the Gainesville downtown.
9:07AM ( 1 week ago )
Morning News with Bill & Joel
I-85 in Atlanta to re-open Monday, nearly five weeks ahead of original schedule
A portion of Interstate 85 in Atlanta, closed after a fire on March 30, is scheduled to re-open Monday, May 15, nearly five weeks ahead of the original projected opening.
By AccessWDUN Staff
10:59AM ( 18 hours ago )
Trump abruptly axes FBI's Comey in midst of Russia probe
President Donald Trump abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey Tuesday, ousting the nation's top law enforcement official in the midst of an investigation by the agency into whether Trump's campaign had ties to Russia's election meddling
8:38PM ( 1 day ago )
Governor Deal signs medical marijuana expansion on final day
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal approved an expansion of the state's medical marijuana program on Tuesday, allowing people being treated for six additional medical conditions to possess cannabis oil.
5:38PM ( 1 day ago )
9th District congressional candidate to host 'Health Care Town Hall' in Gainesville
A candidate for Georgia's 9th Congressional District is hosting a non-partisan town hall event this Thursday in Gainesville to discuss the Affordable Health Care Act (ACHA) and its impact on local families.
10:50AM ( 1 day ago )
Duluth senator files paperwork to run for Lt. Governor's office
State Senator David Shafer of Duluth appears to be making a run for the Lt. Governor's office.
By AccessWDUN Staff
9:32AM ( 1 day ago )