Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Two truck drivers dead following overnight collision on I-75. Storms possible Thursday; don't forget Dec. 22 tornadoes last year. Latest dining and jail reports

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Two tractor trailer drivers dead following overnight collision on I-75.
Rough weather near Christmas? Don't forget last Dec. 22:

-No one expected the tornado that ripped through part of West Rome near Shorter Avenue and Division Street before 5 p.m. last Dec. 22.
-While Thursday's forecast includes updates about gusts of 25 and thunderstorms as well as nearly three quarters of an inch of rain, there is no mention of severe weather

-Georgia has a "2 to 3" potential (scale of 1 to 8) of seeing tornadic conditions, according to The Weather Channel.
High of 67, low of 41.
-Thursday: 100% rain chance, high of 53, low of 29.
-Friday: High of 49, low of 25.
-Christmas Day: 40% chance of rain, high of 55.


Historic 'The Columns' home in Between the Rivers District sold


Last week's NAIA National Football Championship generated $1.1 million in economic impact for Floyd County. Expanded report


Tuesday's Floyd, Bartow Public Health restaurant inspection scores.


Latest county jail reports.


Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM, 7-9 a.m. weekdays. Listen live online

-Please join our guests today including:

-Bill Peterson, athletics director at Shorter University, on the concept of a fall sports festival.

-Dr. Brad Bushnell of Harbin Clinic Orthopaedics on the 2013 Resolution Run set for Jan. 1.
-Julie Smith of Trails for Recreation and Economic Development.

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