Friday, July 20, 2018
On Your Side - Repairing a Cracked Phone Screen
Sooner or later it happens to the best of us: Your smartphone screen cracks.
Rural counties looking to HB 533 to bring industry as populations shrink
EASTMAN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Though industry in cities across the state of Georgia have continued to flourish, rural communities are much further behind.
Zuckerberg Faces Tough Questions
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returns for a second day of Congressional testimony over improper use of user data. NBC's Jennifer Johnson reports.
Selfies Fuel Surgery Spike
Plastic surgeons say selfies may be causing an increase in business. WBIR's Brandon Bates reports.
Sacramento Police Update Body Camera Policy
New guidelines on when body camera audio can be muted issued in response to officers' actions following the controversial shooting of 22-year-old Stephon Clark. KCRA's Tom Miller reports.
Two new food delivery apps to begin serving cities in Middle Georgia
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - If you're looking for a new way to order in there's a new app in town you'll probably want to check out.
Katherine Kauffman Psychic Medium
Our guest, Katherine Kauffman, psychic medium, gives a live reading on the show!
The Healthy WAAY: Save Your Sight
Doctors warn about the danger of digital eye strain and other problems caused by staring at the blue light generated by screens
Google Data Center Groundbreaking
Google is breaking ground tomorrow in Stevenson, Alabama for it's newest data center.

Boeing Facility Ribbon Cutting
Today the state's largest aerospace employer held a ribbon cutting for the expansion of one of it's top programs.
Bridging the Generation Gap
Ruth Martelli and Joni Siani are joined by a group of students from across Berks County to talk about Joni's movie Celling Your Soul.
Uber Driver Scams Rider
A Florida Uber driver inflates fare then uses customer's phone to tip himself $76. WFLA's Shannon Behnken reports.
Project Front Yard Introduces Gnome Nation App
getting the community involved through technology
Study: Cell Phone Radiation Linked to Cancer
A recent government study using lab rodents took a close look at whether cell phones could be linked to cancer. The most compelling finding was an increase in a rare kind of heart tumor in male rats. KXAS' Bianca Castro reports.
Avoiding Payment App Scams
Payment apps such as Venmo, Zelle and Cash app are convenient, but also an opportunity for scammers. NBC's Liz McLaughlin reports.
What The Tech: World Backup Day
WAAY 31 Tech Guy Jamey Tucker talks about the upcoming World Backup Day, and various ways you can backup your computer


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