Julie Ridgway with the Ty Cobb Museum in Royston, Ga. stopped by the Afternoon News Wrap this week to dicuss the recent discovery of several century-old Cobb baseball cards that could net one family millions of dollars.
Stephen C. Meyer, author of the New York Times best-seller "Darwin's Doubt," joins the Afternoon News Wrap to discuss the question of how and why life came to be on Earth, as well as the ongoing battle of Creationism vs. Evolution.
Ronnie Floyd, the President of the Southern Baptist Convention, joined the Afternoon News Wrap this week to talk about important questions religious voters should consider as they decide on which presidential candidates will receive their vote.
Research shows that American baby boomers, those between 50-70 years old, changed jobs an average of 11 times during their careers. Author and financial adviser Danny Kofke discusses what questions you need to ask yourself for changing employers.
Kevin Christofora, author of the children's book series, Hometown All Stars, joins the Afternoon News Wrap to discuss what parents need to know when their children play little league sports and explains why sports are important for America's youth.
This week on the Afternoon News Wrap, Russell dove into the ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) Act, a piece of legislature that would allow disabled Georgians to work, save and live independently. He was joined in this discussion by Kathy Keely, the Executive Director of All About Developmental Disabilities and a big supporter of the legislation.
WDUN's Derreck Booth appeared on the Afternoon News Wrap this week to talk with Col. Wayne Mock, a Lake Lanier kayaker whose life was recently saved through a combined rescue effort from local and state authorities.