Victoria Knight

Graduate Assistant/Health Reporter

Victoria Knight is a graduate assistant and health reporter for WUGA. She is currently a master's student studying health and medical journalism at the University of Georgia, and has a bachelor's degree in microbiology from the University of Tennessee. Victoria helps with daily news updates, as well as co-hosts and produces the weekly segment, Georgia Health News.

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Piedmont.org

At midnight on Saturday, the contract expired between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia and Piedmont Healthcare.  

University of Georgia

Georgia Health News is our weekly feature that keeps you up to date on what's happening in health around the state. This week, Andy Miller and Victoria Knight discuss why DeKalb County has just opened a health clinic exclusively for men. 

   

   

DT Productions

The candidates for Athens’ mayor are going to be participating in an unusual forum in an online live-stream on Thursday. 

The Athens video production company, DT Productions, will be live-streaming Thursday’s online-only mayoral forum on Facebook and Twitter. All three candidates that have qualified for mayor are expected to participate in the forum: Kelly Girtz, a current member of the Athens-Clarke County Commission, Richie Knight, a local businessman, and Harry Sims, a former ACC commissioner.

 

Georgia Athletics

A former UGA football staff member was arrested over the weekend on unlawful surveillance and drug charges. 

 

According to the UGA police report obtained by WUGA, two wireless cameras were found in the men’s shower in the Butts-Mehre building. A UGA employee reported finding the cameras on February 26th. Kevin Purvis, who served as the associate equipment manager for UGA football, was identified as the suspect responsible for placing the cameras in the showers.

 

University of Georgia

Georgia Health News is our weekly feature that keeps you up to date on what's happening in health around the state. This week, Andy Miller and Victoria Knight discuss why a near-by hospital is a million dollars in debt, and how the local community is trying to keep it open. 

  

 

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