WAOK News Director
Rashad Richey speaks with three of the six elite soldiers that were involved in the Benghazi attacks and the inspiration behind the new film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, already known as the world’s busiest airport, has another reason to be proud today.
DUE TO CONCERNS OVER SEVERE STORMS IN THE ATLANTA AREA TODAY THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. CHECK BACK FOR RESCHEDULED DATE.
Members of five rival gangs met on a street in Atlanta on Sunday to show solidarity and unity in solving the areas problems. Members of the Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, P-Stones and the Vice Lords joined […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)-Nine radio legends were honored Saturday at the first annual “Truthy Awards” hosted by Derrick Boazman of “Too Much Truth” heard on WAOK (1380 AM) weekdays 4 to 7 pm. Boazman said he came […]
It’s time for another season of Wednesday WindDown Concerts at Centennial Olympic Park. This year there are some changes in effect so please read carefully so you will know the low down. Wednesday WindDown concerts […]
On the heels of the death of Nicholas Thomas in Smyrna, Georgia, WAOK, V-103, the Brothers of Let Us Make Man and the Davis Bozeman Law firm will hold a town hall meeting Monday to […]
Saturday, April 4 is the 47th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King, Junior’s assassination in Memphis TN. While wreath laying activities will be taking place in Atlanta at the King crypt and at Ebenezer Baptist Church, […]
ATLANTA (AP) — Journalist Claude Sitton, who was a leader among reporters covering the civil rights movement in the South in the 1950s and ’60s and later won a Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary, has died. […]
Dr. Beverly Hall former Superintendent of the Atlanta Public Schools has died from breast cancer. Dr. Hall had been suffering from stage four breast cancer since 2011. According to court documents in the Atlanta Public […]