Thursday, January 17, 2013

Winter storm advisory for Bartow County from 1 this afternoon until 7 a.m. Friday; inch of snow, black ice posisble.

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WINTER STORM ADVISORY for Bartow County from 1 this afternoon until 7 a.m. Friday.
-An inch of snow possible, if not more.
-Black ice expected on area highways as overnight lows dip below freezing.
-Continuing updates on Bartow Headliness all day.


-Begins at 10 this morning through 7 a.m. Friday.

-2 to 3 inches of snow possible beginning mid-afternoon.

-Black ice expected on area highways overnight as temperatures drop below freezing.

-Bartow, Polk counties under winter storm advisory from 1 this afternoon through 7 a.m. Friday; light snow, black ice expected.

Continuing updates on Hometown Headlines today and tonight.

AND: Latest updates on rain, flooding in Northwest Georgia.


Also today:

Latest updates from the state Department of Labor.


Bank of the Ozarks, which has offices in Rome, Cartersville, Adairsville and Calhoun as well as other parts of North Georgia, posted fourth-quarter earnings of $20.7 million, up 17.6 percent from $17.6 million a year earlier. But annual profits slip.


Sen. Barry Loudermilk sets 9 a.m. media conference to announce "a resolution regarding Georgia's previous practice of slavery."



Regional Public Health restaurant inspection scores for Floyd, Bartow, Gordon, Polk and Chattooga counties.


Latest local college sports updates.

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Latest jail reports.

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

-Please join our guests today including:
-Tommy Atha, Darlington's head football coach, on retiring all-star punter Shawn Powell's jersey this Friday night.
-Matt Pearce from the Small Business Development Center on some of the changes small -- and big -- business owners are seeing already in 2013.
-Ken Davis, public affairs director for the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, on tonight's winter weather threat and being prepared.
-Chris Giddens of Pleasant Valley South Baptist Church joins us to talk about a rescue effort that helped save four people this week.

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