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Thursday July 18th, 2019 5:32PM

LISTEN: Senator David Perdue talks the budget and Kavanaugh hearings

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Firefighter who lost life battling church fire remembered after 20 years
Twenty years after a self-proclaimed Satanist set fire to New Salem United Methodist Church in Banks County, the community came together Monday to remember Loy Williams, the firefighter who gave his life battling the blaze.
11:55PM ( 3 months ago )
Gasoline spill in Gainesville now cleaned up
Cleanup is completed at Texaco Food Mart on Parkhill Drive after a gasoline leak over the weekend.
11:00PM ( 3 months ago )
US stocks end dismal, volatile year on a bright note
Wall Street closed out a dismal, turbulent year for stocks on a bright note Monday, but still finished 2018 with the worst showing in a decade.
9:52PM ( 3 months ago )
Local/State News
Flowery Branch council to consider plans for special election
The Flowery Branch City Council will consider scheduling a special city council election when it meets Thursday night.
6:00AM ( 3 months ago )
Subdivisions in South Hall, Murrayville on upcoming Hall County Planning Commission agenda
When the Hall County Planning Commission meets for the first time in 2019, the board will have three subdivision requests to consider, including one for 195 homes in the Chestnut Mountain area.
6:00AM ( 3 months ago )
Collins: Migrant children's deaths are 'tragedies, but current laws reward choices that endanger people
Georgia's 9th District congressman says the recent deaths of migrant children trying to enter the U.S. from Mexico are "tragedies, (a) loss of innocent life,“ but the by-product of laws that reward choices that endanger people.
9:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Politics
Gerit Quealy, author of 'Botanical Shakespeare' joins the Morning Show 12-31-18
Author Gerit Quealy joins Joel Williams on WDUN's Bill and Joel Morning Show to talk about her book 'Botanical Shakespeare'
10:00AM ( 3 months ago )
LISTEN: The impact on Trump's steel, aluminum tariffs on America's world energy dominance
Drew Johnson, Senior Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, joins the show to discuss the potential fallout from President Trump's recently-imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum.
8:00PM ( 3 months ago )
Author and former Israeli mayor David Rubin joins Morning Talk 12-26-18
David Rubin joined Joel Williams on WDUN's Morning Talk
9:30AM ( 3 months ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Governor-elect Kemp talks with WDUN about election, future plans
Fresh off the announcement of his 41-member transition team, Governor-elect Brian Kemp was a guest Tuesday on WDUN's Morning News with Bill & Joel.
8:21AM ( 4 months ago )
LISTEN: What we keep and why
Bill Shapiro talks about the book he wrote with Naomi Wax "What We Keep" with Bill and Joel. In it they share stories from 150 people about that one object in their lives that brings them "joy, magic, and meaning". Give it a listen and then think about the object that you keep.
3:30PM ( 5 months ago )
LISTEN: Bill Belichick biographer talks the legendary coach's legacy
ESPN.com's Ian O'Conner joins the show to discuss his newest book "Belichick," which has been called the definitive biography of legendary coaching figure Bill Belichick.
5:00AM ( 6 months ago )
Morning News with Bill & Joel
GBI to autopsy body of Canton woman found in the Chestatee River
Family members confirm the body found in Chestatee River Wednesday morning belongs to a missing Canton woman.
4:57PM ( 2 hours ago )
UNG alumnus Matthews named new Commandant of Cadets
A 1994 graduate has been selected as the next Commandant of Cadets for the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega.
By AccessWDUN Staff
2:00PM ( 5 hours ago )
Gainesville man arrested on meth trafficking, weapons charges
A Gainesville man was arrested earlier this month after local drug agents found him in possession of multiple baggies of methamphetamine and various kinds of drug paraphernalia.
12:58PM ( 6 hours ago )
Strong storms again threatening the South
Forecasters say strong storms are again threatening the South just days after dozens of tornadoes plowed through the region
10:29AM ( 9 hours ago )
Hall County opens up hotline for short-term rental concerns
Following last month's approval of a new short-term rental ordinance, Hall County government officials have now opened up a consumer hotline for residents who notice problems with such rentals in their neighborhoods.
By AccessWDUN Staff
9:56AM ( 9 hours ago )