As we head into the weekend before Labor Day, which is Monday, Georgia has joined with 5 other states to combat impaired driving. It’s the annual Hands Across the Border campaign. Listen to V103 News […]
According to fuel price information service GasBuddy.com, average gasoline prices have seen their biggest weekly drop of the year. GasBuddy says the national average fell nearly 13 cents a gallon to $2.47/gallon. Tuesday morning in […]
When we spoke to Atlanta Hawks Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Nzinga Shaw back in April, she had great plans and aspirations for the organization. Tuesday morning in V103 News, we talk to Shaw about […]
Listen to V103 News Monday Morning as Maria Boynton talks to Congressman Sanford Bishop about Retired Lieutenant General Frank Peterson. The man who made history twice died last week. He was 83.
National Black College Alumni Hall Of Fame Foundation: 30 Years Of Showcasing The Legacy Of HBCUs Sept. 23-27, 2015
When the 30th Annual Alumni Hall of Fame Weekend happens next month in Atlanta, National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Chairman Thomas Dortch says, “thousands are set to be dazzled.” He says that it […]
President Barack Obama calls Amelia Boynton Robinson a “dedicated and courageous leader” who committed herself to the simple idea that everyone deserves the right to vote. The prominent civil rights activist died Wednesday. She was […]
Thursday Morning In V103 News: TV Anchor Who Knew Alleged Shooter In TV Killings Tells Maria Boynton “I Am Heart Broken”.
Listen to V103 News Thursday morning for details on the following story: A television news anchor who worked with the alleged gunman in the TV news deaths today tells me that she looked at Vester […]
Falcons President And CEO Rich McKay Visits New APS Athletic Training Facility At Booker T. Washington High School.
Atlanta Public Schools is celebrating the opening of the new APS Athletic Training Facility at Booker T. Washington High School. On Tuesday, APS Superintendent Dr. Meria Carstarphen welcomed Atlanta Falcons President and CEO Rich Mckay […]
Jewish students in the DeKalb County School system will no longer have to choose between taking standardized tests and observing the High Holidays. In announcing the change, DeKalb County School District Superintendent Dr. R. Stephen […]
The orange banner read “Heritage of Hate: Coke stop sponsoring racism”. It was attached to balloons and was meant to obscure the face of Stone Mountain, inside the park bearing the same name, about 30 […]