You may remember him from The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and Dean Martin Celebrity Roast, Rich Little, the world renowned impressionist, discusses his life and career and tells some interesting stories about his fellow entertainers. Rich is also the author of the new book, "Little By Little: People I've Known and Been", an autobiography about his past and life in the entertainment industry.
Three Chestatee High School students competed in a Georgia Public Broadcasting video contest to highlight the dangers of distracted driving. Each student provided a unique look at the issue of distracted driving. The three students, Devin Holitzner, Danny DeBrincat and McKinley Benson each produced a video winning spots as semi-finalists, third place, and first place in the state, respectively.
Archaeology students at the UNG Dahlonega campus have excavated Healan's Mill, the last standing grist mill in Hall County, as part of an effort to preserve history and give students a first hand look at the archaeological field. Along with students studying history and anthropology, the project gives UNG students a chance to see the effects of restoration and the historical value in their own backyards.
Joseph Boyd, a Gainesville resident, was out at sea this Thanksgiving aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, a Navy Aircraft Carrier. Seaman Boyd was tasked with preparing the ship's Thanksgiving meal for all of its crew - over 4,900lbs of Turkey. He explains what went into cooking the large meal and the ship's plans for Christmas.
Kevin Carroll, a world leader in the advancement of prosthetics, will be visiting the Gainesville Hanger Clinic Tuesday 12/6. Prior to his visit he joined the Afternoon News Wrap to highlight recent medical breakthroughs.
Stan Hinatsu, the Public Information Officer for the Pacific Northwest containment team in charge of the Rabun County Rock Mountain Wildfire, explains the recent victories over the fire as it is up to 50% contained. Still, more is being done to fully contain and control the fire, as new problems arise from a surprising source; the rain.
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.