As the year winds down and the calendar turns to 2017, the Afternoon News Wrap brought in AccessWDUN Contributing Editor Ken Stanford to discuss a few notable individuals from the North Georgia area that passed away in 2016.
Two Lavonia police officers were injured in a shooting Monday evening. GBI special agent Mike Ayers tells of the quick response from local authorities to ensure safety and find the attacker. Also, Baldwin police chief, Charles Webb, expresses the law enforcement community's collective response to attacks on officers and what is being done to maintain morale and safety.
With the big changes coming to Washington, it is likely a repeal or modification of the Affordable Care Act is in the works. Max Richtman, CEO of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, explains what Georgia's seniors need to know in the situation of a repeal to insure their access to Medicare, and why a repeal could be detrimental.
The Very Fairy Princess is back in "Attitude of Gratitude". Co-authors Julie Andrews and her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton spoke with WDUN's Bill and Joel about this delightful new book for children and what it's like working together.
The global economy has made what seems like an incredible comeback after the financial crisis of 2008. But James Rickards in an appearance on The Bill and Joel Morning Show says there's another one on the horizon that could overwhelm the central banks which he outlines in his book "The Road to Ruin".
People coming to share the celebration this season? More and more folks are traveling with their pets. Annita Thomas of Travel Bags recently joined WDUN's BIll and Joel to share tips on how to be the perfect pet host.