Mayor Kasim Reed made an appearance today on our sister station V103 on the Ryan Cameron Morning Show. This morning, Mayor Reed gave an update on the current status of the city of Atlanta and […]
The first annual Atlanta Motorcycle Rally will take place at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Ga. in September. For information on how to be a part of history go to Atlanta Motorcycle Rally.
State lawmakers finalized a deal to correct an unintended consequence to leases that made leasing a vehicle in Georgia, not only unattractive, but downright unthinkable. The original bill called for Georgians who leased vehicles after […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)—WAOK partners with sister station, V-103 for live broadcasting for the 30th Annual 11 Alive Can-a-thon at Turner Field. According to sources, the Salvation Army in the downtown Atlanta location is nearly out of […]
Earlier this week, V103′s Frank and Wanda discussed an article from Forbes which highlighted spouses (who happened to all be white women) supporting their entrepreneurial husbands. Rob Wilson delve into this discussion further and depicts examples of […]
Jonathan Prince visited Mo in the studio to share his experience running across the country, from California to Atlanta! He also came to talk about the Fit team we’re starting here at WAOK and V103. […]
The Amazing Community Outreach to help the Cullins Family has far surpassed expectations. On Friday’s Too Much Truth, we asked local community barber shops and salons to donate Back-to-school hair services to start the school […]
As many of you may know, Derrick’s free and out of jail. A total of 52 protestors were arrested and sent to jail and were bailed out today. While Derrick was being processed out of […]
From Fulton County Commissioner William ‘Bill’ Edwards to Mr. Harris Simmons who was the ONLY male juror to speak up on how he felt about the case against Donetta Foster. Click the audio links to […]
On Friday, December 10 Jean Ross, Sytonnia and Candace Ledbetter paid a visit to the students at the Kipp Academy in East Point to speak to 8th graders about careers in radio.