Today on Too Much Truth, DB asked the question, “Who’s Side Are You On?” In cased you missed yesterday’s show, Derrick announced that Governor Nathan Deal was invited to be the speaker at the Morehouse […]
Breaking news!! Derrick Boazman has just announced that Governor Nathan Deal has been invited to be the commencement speaker for the Morehouse School of Medicine graduation ceremony. How did this happen? Why has Morehouse School […]
Today on Financial Solutions with Rob Wilson, we discussed planning your finances for your child’s education. Today’s conversation was a precursor for today’s events at the Georgia state senate in which governor deal is scheduled […]
We have reached the second day in the aftermath of the snow storm in Atlanta that has left people stranded in their cars, at school or at the local grocery store. This afternoon, Nathan Deal […]
Atlanta (WAOK)-In celebration of the annual Martin Luther King Day, dignitaries and citizens alike, gathered at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, to commemorate the legacy and works of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King […]
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed was elected to a second term, defeating three little-known challengers as he continues to raise his profile overseeing a key city in the South.
ATLANTA (AP/WAOK.) — Gov. Nathan Deal has ordered a statue of a controversial Georgia politician and publisher moved from a prominent spot at the Capitol. Deal signed an executive order this month, saying the Thomas […]
Gov. Nathan Deal will head to Asia next week with the goal of exploring opportunities for business, trade and tourism.
ATLANTA (AP/WAOK) — Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has announced he’ll suspend indicted DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis. The announcement at the state Capitol during a press conference Tuesday afternoon came a day after a three-person […]
June is Black Music Month! We had the listeners vote on one of three categories: Best Male Vocalist, Best Female Vocalist, and Best Group. Who are your favorites? Also, today we discussed Eugene Walker’s appeal […]