Monday July 22nd, 2024 2:05PM

Caleb Hutchins

Assistant News Director
Caleb Hutchins
AccessWDUN receives four awards at annual GABBYs
The news and production staff at AccessWDUN won four GABBY awards at the Georgia Association of Broadcasters awards presentation in Atlanta Friday.
10:30PM ( 8 years ago )
VIDEO: Oakwood police looking for thieves of rare plant
Oakwood authorities are looking for a man and woman who are suspected of stealing a valuable foreign plant from a package store last month.
7:40PM ( 8 years ago )
Man who broke into Oakwood home arrested
A man is facing burglary charges after police say he broke into a home in Oakwood Thursday.
5:00PM ( 8 years ago )
Gainesville man arrested after fleeing domestic dispute
A Gainesville man is facing charges including aggravated assault and cruelty to children after authorities say he fled an apparent domestic dispute Wednesday afternoon.
4:20PM ( 8 years ago )
Unoccupied car hits Lawrenceville home
No one was injured, but a house in Lawrenceville was damaged after a car rolled into the building Thursday evening.
10:15PM ( 8 years ago )
One injured after Gainesville house fire
One person was injured after escaping a house fire near Gainesville Wednesday afternoon.
6:45PM ( 8 years ago )
Flowery Branch enters agreement for Spout Springs traffic signal
The Flowery Branch City Council agreed to pay part of the cost of a new traffic signal on Spout Springs Road at their meeting Thursday.
7:08AM ( 8 years ago )
Gainesville man killed in single vehicle crash
The Georgia State Patrol says a Gainesville man was killed early Saturday morning in a single-vehicle accident in East Hall County.
3:30PM ( 8 years ago )
Flowery Branch rolls back property tax millage rate, approves senior living center
The Flowery Branch City Council voted unanimously to roll back the city's property tax millage rate at its meeting Thursday evening.
11:30PM ( 8 years ago )
DNR updates Memorial Day boating numbers, Georgia sees no fatalities
With only hours left in the Memorial Day Weekend, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources says no fatalities have been reported on the state's waterways during the busy holiday.
9:40PM ( 8 years ago )