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Saturday September 19th, 2020 8:17PM
LISTEN: GA Life Alliance on state ICE facility allegations
Joshua Edmonds and Liz Reed from Georgia Life Alliance joined WDUN's Morning Talk Thursday to talk about the investigation into the ICE facility in Irwin County.
10:00AM ( 2 days ago )
By Morning Talk
LISTEN: Georgia Insurance Commissioner John King talks vaccine distribution
King joined Morning Talk Thursday to talk about how the state is preparing to distribute a potential COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
9:45AM ( 2 days ago )
By Morning Talk
LISTEN: Georgia Sec. of State of Brad Raffensberger talks double-voting cases
Raffensberger joined Morning Talk Wednesday to talk about the state's efforts to pursue double voting cases in the 2020 primary election
11:00AM ( 3 days ago )
By Morning Talk
LISTEN: Eric Trump joins Morning Talk after Forsyth County event
Eric Trump joined Morning Talk Wednesday to recap the "Praise, Prayer and Patriotism" event he attended Tuesday
9:30AM ( 3 days ago )
By Morning Talk
LISTEN: Ja'Ron Smith talks Sickle Cell Anemia awareness
White House Senior Advisor Ja'Ron Smith joined Morning Talk Tuesday to talk about Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness Day.
10:00AM ( 4 days ago )
By Morning Talk
RSLC President Austin Chambers joins Morning Talk
Republican State Leadership Committee President Austin Chambers joined Morning Talk Monday to talk about state legislative races in Georgia.
10:30AM ( 5 days ago )
By Morning Talk
LISTEN: Local author Renee Propes talks "Duplicity"
When Teddy Williams met his future wife while in college, he couldn't have imagined one day she would try to kill his family. "Duplicity, A story of Deadly Intent" is the first novel from local author Renee Propes.
9:28AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Dr. Lea Lis on "Love in the Time of COVID"
Dr. Lea Lis joined Mornings on Maine Street Friday to talk about how to keep relationships strong during the Coronavirus pandemic.
10:15AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Stokes Nielson joins Mornings on Maine Street
Nielson joined John Clark Thursday to discuss his bout with COVID-19 and the creation of the "+2 Project"
10:15AM ( 2 weeks ago )
WDUN Morning Show Archive
WDUN Morning Show
LISTEN: Fox News economist Charles Payne joins Morning Talk
Payne joined Morning Talk Thursday to talk about the state of the United States economy amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
10:00AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: CMS Administrator Seema Verma talks COVID-19 vaccine
Verma joined Morning Talk Friday to provide an update on a potential Coronavirus vaccine.
10:30AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: RNC Representative Ginger Howard on "We're Not Colorblind"
Howard joined Morning Talk Thursday to talk about her new book.
11:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Morning Talk Archive
Morning Talk
LISTEN: A pastor's perception of America sliding into socialism
Gary Dull with the American Pastors Network joins the show to discuss what he sees as America's gradual slide into a socialist state.
8:00PM ( 1 year ago )
Transportation Tip Thursday: Downtown parking tips
Caleb Hutchins talks with Gainesville Police Sgt. Kevin Holbrook to get some tips on parking in crowded downtown areas.
5:45PM ( 1 year ago )
Transportation Tip Thursday: Vehicle tips for cold weather
Caleb Hutchins talks with Bud Hughes of "Bud's Garage" about how to maintain your vehicle in cold conditions.
5:45PM ( 1 year ago )
Afternoon News Wrap Archive
Afternoon News Wrap
LISTEN: Bud's Garage 5/16/20 Seg 1
A tool set for electric vehicles; Mustang dragster with 1400 hp
11:04AM ( 4 months ago )
LISTEN: Bud's Garage 5/16/20 Seg 3
Randy Pobst guests.
11:00AM ( 4 months ago )
LISTEN: Bud's Garage 5/16/20 Seg 4
West Coast rigs vs. East Coast rigs; tool of the week: extraction socket sets
10:57AM ( 4 months ago )
Bud's Garage Archive
Bud's Garage
Suspect injured in Pickens County officer-involved shooting
A person is in the hospital and a deputy is uninjured following an officer-involved shooting in Pickens County Saturday morning.
By AccessWDUN Staff
2:55PM ( 4 hours ago )
Executive Order renews COVID-19 restrictions through September
Governor Brian Kemp announced Tuesday that he is extending current COVID-19 restrictions. The Executive Order takes effect on Wednesday, September 16th and runs through the end of this month.
6:36PM ( 4 days ago )