Breaking down the week’s top stories with in-depth coverage and analysis with Atlanta’s Morning News host Scott Slade and the WSB Radio News Team.
AMN Sunday 9-19-21
Metro Atlanta Chamber CEO Katie Kirkpatrick on what the data really says about metro Atlanta crime and the community driven research on what to do about it; 3rd District US Rep Drew Ferguson's take on the $3.5 trillion tax and spending plan before Congress and why he thinks it will harm small businesses; solving a 50 year old cold murder case that confirms to two adult children they were not abandoned by their mother in Piedmont Park; the five UGA football players being honored for the history they made on the field of Sanford Stadium 50 years ago; our Sunday Roundtable tackles vaccine mandates and the Atlanta Mayors race. Oh, and Former President Donald Trump is coming to Georgia next week to campaign.
AMN Sunday 9-12-21
95.5 WSB news staff remembers 9/11: the Georgia coroner who volunteered to work "the pile;" walking through the Atlanta History Museum exhibit recalling the day; the WSB reporter in NYC when the towers fell; how 9/11 babies feel about growing up in the shadow of terrorism in the homeland. Plus our Sunday Roundtable on politics, pushing back on vaccine mandates and the Atlanta mayors race. And the chemists working without pay to keep the last US maker of a life saving antibiotic viable
AMN Sunday 9-5-21
Public Health Researcher Dr. Amber Schmidtke's GA COVID-19 update includes unprecedented strain on local hospitals and the role of schools in spreading the virus; what still keeps WSB reporter Robyn Walensky awake at night 20 years after covering 9/11 in NYC as it happened; the season-opening world premiere play at the Alliance Theater that includes music from Kristian Bush; William Shatner at Dragoncon; and our Sunday roundtable with Bill Crane and Greg Bluestein includes the impact of Trump endorsements in Georgia.