EARLY VOTING HAS STARTED WATCH WAOK and V-103's Atlanta Mayoral Forum| Get To Know The Candidates | Latest Polls | LISTEN  | AND Don't Forget Election Day Is Nov. 7!
Weekly Falcon's Player Interview with Tevin ColemanTevin Coleman joins Wes and Arch to breakdown the loss to the Bills and look ahead to the bye week and beyond.
Rick and John's 5 at 10: Falcons Injury Update and Not Enough BoozeRick and John recap the latest news from around the wide world of sports with the 5 at 10. They kick it off welcoming MO back to the show and they talk about unplugging from the world while on vacation...
Local Complex Water Shut Off Effecting Student's First DayCity of Atlanta shut off Sierra Ridge Apartment complex's water effecting over 90 children days before start of new school year. WAOK's Rashad Richie and others lead charge on getting water back on.
Slice of Life: I Have Too Much...Rick and John clean out their closets, cars, bank accounts and life with today's Slice of Life. This one comes from MO who realizes he has too many hats. At last count...
Jets Beat Bills 37-31 Behind Forte's 3-TD Night On Thursday Night FootballMatt Forte scored three touchdowns and Ryan Fitzpatrick finally solved Rex Ryan's defense, leading the New York Jets to a 37-31 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night.
Al Sharpton: Important Bills That Could Affect Your Children For A LifetimeAl Sharpton and Mary Pat Hector discuss with the callers a new bill being proposed in Alabama that would require two parents signature on birth certificates or else the child would never be eligible for government assistance.
Nearing Deadline, Lawmakers OK Bills On Testing, ImmigrationMonday marks a key deadline of the 40 day legislative session. Lawmakers are busy trying to get key bills passed.
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Former AG: 'Religious Freedom' Bills Excuse DiscriminationA former Georgia attorney general says he is troubled by two bills that supporters argue protect religious freedom.
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Gov. Proposes Autism Coverage In State Health Plan Gov. Nathan Deal is proposing the state employee health plan cover treatment of autism, a move applauded by advocates who say early intervention can improve behavior and quality of life.
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