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Eric Wilson wins DCCU HBCU Scholarship

In high school, he ranked near the bottom of his class.  Adversity plagued him most of his young live.

But he’s an achiever now!

We congratulate Eric Wilson, the latest winner of a $2000 scholarship from Delta Community Credit Union,.

KISS 104.1’s Veronica Waters presented Eric’s check.


Conyers woman urges help for St. Thomas, USVI

The heart of a Conyers woman breaks for the residents on St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands.

St. John and St. Thomas suffered the brunt of Hurricane Irma and now residents are in desperate need of everything from water to batteries, tarps and generators.

Iffat Walker had gone to the Virgin Islands to visit family when Irma hit.  She rode out the storm on the island and is using social media to share images of the devastation.

“We are in a tough situation,” she said.  “I’ve never been in a situation like this in my life.”

She reports six people have died on [More]


5 Living former presidents unite in Harvey appeal

We have a sighting of former President Barack Obama.

He joins former Presidents Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush with an appeal for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

As the nation carefully watches the advance of Hurricane Irma, the presidents stand ready to expand their appeal to help those affected by that storm.

The appeal will launch with the PSA “Our Friends in Texas,” which airs tonight on the NFL’s regular season opening game on NBC, and will continue with additional support and promotion from the NFL. A second PSA that addresses both hurricanes will launch over the weekend. A [More]


Hurricane Harvey: Join the KISS104.1/WSB-TV Convoy of Care

35 to 40 inches of rain have fallen on southeast Texas.  6″ to 12″ more inches of rain is expected.

The Coast Guard is getting 1000 rescue calls an hour.  Houston’s Convention Center is now a shelter.  The Red Cross had planned for 5000 evacuees.  Some 8,000 people are already there.

The needs are great – calls for more volunteers, nurses, and social workers.  The impact of Hurricane Harvey is overwhelming.

There are many ways you can help.  KISS104.1 and WSB-TV are loading a semi-truck with cases of bottled water and driving to Texas.

Bring cases of bottle water to our studios at 1601 [More]


Application window opens for HBCU scholarship

Applications are now being accepted for fall and the Delta Community Credit Union / KISS  104.1 HBCU scholarship.

Students have the opportunity to win a $2,000 scholarship to one of Georgia’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

Since 2015, Delta Community Credit Union and KISS 104.1 have awarded scholarships totaling nearly $20,000 to exemplary students throughout Georgia.

The entry period for the summer Delta Community Credit Union HBCU Scholarship Contest is now open now through September 15th.  Students can be nominated or may nominate themselves by submitting a 100-word essay before September 15, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.

Current undergraduate students or graduating high school [More]


Classes canceled at Lithia Springs High after shooting

A teacher has been shot at Douglas County’s Lithia Springs High school.  It appears to be a self-inflicted injury.

We’re told that the shooting happened this morning at about 7am. The teacher reportedly was alone in his classroom.  No students were in the building at the time.

No one else was injured.

The teacher has been flown by life flight helicopter to the hospital.

The campus is secure.  Students have been taken to the gym where they can be picked up either by bus or by their parents.

The school has canceled classes for today.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office reports the injured instructor is an [More]


The Big Man wants to be the top Henry County lawman!

It’s official!  Henry County will have a “BIG” name running for sheriff.

Shaquille O’Neal confirms the rumors.  He wants to be the top lawman in Henry County.  He tells the Washington Post it’s true, he plans to run for sheriff in 2020.

Shaq says he recently purchased a home in Henry County after signing a contract extension with Atlanta-based Turner Network Television (TNT).

The 7’1″ basketball Hall of Fame member has a history in law enforcement.  He was a deputy marshal in Louisiana, a reserve police officer in Louisiana and he was sworn in as a Sheriff’s deputy in Clayton County last year.


R. Kelly show will go on August 25th

R & B artist R. Kelly has a major public relations problem.

A report published by BuzzFeed claims the artist maintains a cult of women, holds them against their will and controls every aspect of their lives.

The story refuses to go away and has forced Kelly to cancel shows in New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Dallas.  Now the Fulton County attorney on behalf of the Fulton County Commission will send a letter to Live Nation urging the concert promoter to cancel Kelly’s show at the Wolf Creek Amphitheater on August 25th.

A rep for Live Nation says the show will go [More]

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