Friday September 22nd, 2017 8:01PM

B.J. Williams

News Director
B.J. Williams
Obama praises H.W. Bush for volunteer initiative
President Barack Obama welcomed President George H.W. Bush to the White House on Monday in a salute to public service and to the drive for volunteerism that the 41st president inspired with his "thousand points of light" initiative more than two decades ago.
2:46PM ( 4 years ago )
Meeting for turkey season changes set for Tues. in Gainesville
The first of three meetings set to discuss changes to Georgia turkey hunting season is set for Tuesday night in Gainesville.
2:16PM ( 4 years ago )
Collins weighs in on Zimmerman verdict, defunding Obamacare
Ninth District Congressman Doug Collins (R) spent about 30 minutes Monday morning on WDUN's Morning Talk discussing topics such as the defunding of Obamacare and the verdict in the George Zimmerman case.
1:21PM ( 4 years ago )
Albany businesses help furloughed base employees
Some south Georgia businesses are stepping up to help employees who are being furloughed at a local military base.
12:28PM ( 4 years ago )
Judge sets new federal election calendar for Ga.
A federal judge has ordered permanent changes to Georgia's federal election calendar, including one that will make next year's primary election much earlier than planned.
11:26AM ( 4 years ago )
Firefighters battle house blaze on Cook Road
Hall County firefighters said no one was hurt, but fire was burning through an approximately 6000 square foot house in the 3400 block of Cook Road Monday morning.
10:27AM ( 4 years ago )
Sunday rallies, marches follow Zimmerman verdict
Thousands of demonstators from Los Angeles to New York to Atlanta spent their Sunday protesting an acquittal charge for George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder case
7:42AM ( 4 years ago )
Gas prices spike week after the Fourth
Similar to the past two years, retail gas prices are headed back up following Independence Day, the busiest summer holiday travel weekend.
6:39AM ( 4 years ago )
Gainesville-based program among new job training efforts for juvenile offenders
The Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Friday announced two new programs designed to help former young offenders on the job and life fronts.
6:15PM ( 4 years ago )
Zimmerman cleared in shooting of Trayvon Martin
Neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman was cleared of all charges Saturday in the shooting of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager whose killing unleashed furious debate across the U.S. over racial profiling, self-defense and equal justice.
11:38PM ( 4 years ago )