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Sunday December 10th, 2017 7:13PM
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Russell Brown

Reporter/Anchor
Russell Brown
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 ( 1 year ago )
Holiday season traffic creates dangers for local pedestrians and drivers
​According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, there has been a 37 percent increase in pedestrian fatalities in Georgia since 2014, and the holiday shopping season is one of the worst times of the year for accidents.
6:00PM ( 1 year 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 ( 1 year 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 ( 1 year ago )
Holiday consumer spending a vital piece to a strengthening economy in Georgia
Georgia's high consumer confidence will lead to a solid holiday season for retailers and local economies according to a report from the Georgia Retail Association (GRA).
7:00AM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: A businessman is wearing "red high heels" to create true gender equality in the workplace
Jeffery Tobias Halter, a gender equality advocate and founder of YWomen, wears red high heeled shoes to convey the lasting inequality between men and women in the work place. He talks about the meaning of gender inequality, why it is an issue, and what can be done to remedy this issue.
6:44PM ( 1 year ago )
Better Business Bureau in Northeast Georgia warns residents of garage sale buyer and seller safety
With warmer than average temperatures conditions in North Georgia this fall, residents are spending weekends buying and selling at local garage sales even as scammers bring threats.
1:00PM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: How severe are peanut allergies and is a cure around the corner?
Peanut allergies are one of the most common food allergies and also one of the most dangerous. Dr. Marshall Plaut, of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, tells us about a new skin patch that could potentially prevent reactions in those with peanut allergies.
6:36PM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: Hall County students had election day off of school, but these students took advantage of the break to make a difference
Flowery Branch High School student, Jonathan Walls, is the president of the school's Young Republicans Club; the group made use of the election day to go out and encourage people to vote by waving signs by the polling centers. Jonathan told us why politics are so important to him at such a young age, and what is important to him this election season.
6:11PM ( 1 year ago )
LISTEN: local BBB office on yard sale do's and don'ts
The American yard sale is a staple of freedom and the open market. The Better Business Bureau breaks down the tips and tricks for a safe and successful yard sale experience, for buyers and sellers.
6:32PM ( 1 year ago )