Several Georgia middle and high school students will be required to get booster shots before they can enroll in school in the fall. The State Department of Public Health has started a campaign that lets […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)- The Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights is preparing for its official opening this weekend. The Center for Civil and Human Rights is the new home to various authentic documents and exclusive […]
Today’s show focused on Race in America. Judge Penny Reynolds spoke on the Twenty Year Anniversary of the OJ Simpson trial, race in politics, President Obama’s speech on Race, Black on Black in Politics, Racial […]
The trial of five defendants in the hazing murder of FAMU drum major Robert Champion of Decatur, Ga. has been pushed back to September. At a hearing Monday, Judge Renee Roche agreed to push the […]
After a year of suspension for hugging a teacher last year, a former Duluth High School student graduated high school. Sam McNair, 18, was suspended for a year after hugging a teacher. His story made […]
Two Dozen Students Suspended After Principal Reportedly Claims They Made ‘Terroristic Threats’ On Facebook
Nearly two-dozen middle school students were suspended for a Facebook post that the principal reportedly thought was a “threat” to the school.
According to recent government reports, nearly 20 million people get sick every year from contracting the norovirus. The report shows that the outbreaks mainly start with a food worker already infected with the virus who […]
The hiring of 10 new principals was approved by The Board of Atlanta Public Schools on Monday. The new principals will begin their new positions starting July 1. The new principals are as follows: -Gideons […]
On today’s show, we will focus on Distracted Driving and the AAA Promise. If you are as committed to keeping your teen driver safe as the AutoNsider, you don’t want to miss today’s show. Tune […]
Lawyers with the Southern Poverty Law Center accused a north Alabama school system of wrongly turning away a Mexican-born teen for enrollment, causing him to miss almost a semester of school.