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Gabrielle Ware

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Gabrielle Ware is the All Platform Journalist at GPB Savannah. She is also the host of "All Things Considered." She studied Mass Communication with a concentration in Radio, Television and Film at Auburn University, War Eagle! Before her arrival at GPB Gabrielle worked at a television news station in Duluth, MN as a reporter and weekend anchor. Previously, she spent time as a production assistant for the Atlanta Hawks and as a production assistant for a local news station in Indiana. Gabrielle is thrilled to be back in Georgia and close to her family, who reside in Alabama and North Carolina.

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Savannah Mourns Lady Chablis From 'Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil'

Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: She was a Savannah icon, a memorable character in the best-selling book and later movie "Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil." The Lad...

September 12, 2016

Savannah Emergency Crews Tackle Damage From Tropical Storm Hermine

Savannah’s 911 Dispatch Center received more than 2,400 calls for service Friday, after Tropical Storm Hermine crossed Southeast Georgia. City officials say the major impact of the storm was from ...

September 2, 2016

City Program Aims To Teach Teens And Cut Crime Through Apprenticeships

Students across the state are readjusting their sleep schedules as they head back to school after summer vacation. But not all kids spent the past few months sleeping in. One Savannah program aimed ...

August 22, 2016

Judge Orders Removal Of Christian Flag From Bryan County Courthouse

A south Georgia judge ordered the removal of a Christian flag from a local courthouse after it's presence was called unconstitutional. Chief Judge of Superior Courts, Robert Russell ordered the flag...

July 21, 2016

State of Georgia Not Immune From Gullah Geechee Discrimination Lawsuit

A federal judge said the state of Georgia is not immune from a lawsuit that claims the state discriminated against a community of slave descendants on Sapelo Island. The suit was filed last December...

June 21, 2016

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Savannah Red Cross Members Help Georgia Flood Evacuees

Members of the Red Cross in Savannah are helping Montgomery County residents find refuge from flood waters. Monday, volunteers with The American Red Cross of Southeast and Coastal Georgia helped move...

December 29, 2015 - 7:29pm

Forgotten Women Part 10: Mother Mathilda Beasley

The second round of the Forgotten Women series concludes with Mother Mathilda Beasley. Beasley is known as the first African American nun in Georgia. She dedicated her life caring for orphans and...

December 11, 2015 - 11:07am

Forgotten Women Part 8: Mosianna Milledge

Mosianna Milledge had the humblest of beginnings. She was born a slave in the mid 1800’s. Many have never heard of Milledge but those who have like Kathyrn White, an advisor at the Juliette Gordon...

December 9, 2015 - 12:05pm

Forgotten Women Part 6: Nina Anderson Pape

Some of the most interesting and influential people of our time have called Savannah home. Georgia’s first city, a coastal town, known for its scenic antebellum beauty attracts travelers from all...

December 7, 2015 - 10:14am

Chatham County Board of Election Chairman Talks Savannah Runoff Preparation

Savannah votes for the city Mayoral seat, the Alderman at Large Post 2 and Alderman District 2 Dec. 1st. On November 3rd voters met confusion at the polls. Chatham County Chair of the election board...

December 1, 2015 - 5:57pm

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