Mon., June 18, 2012 11:00am
Georgia's Supreme Court has ruled against the family of a woman killed in a two-thousand-seven alligator attack. Eighty-three year-old Gwenyth Williams bled to death after an alligator bit her in a private island community near Savannah. Her family blamed the community, The Landings, for not doing a better job removing alligators.
Wed., October 19, 2011 4:45pm
Georgia Supreme Court Justices say, they'll hear a case testing how much protection property owners have from claims stemming from attacks of wild animals. The case comes from the heirs of a woman eaten by an alligator in 2007 at The Landings. It's a private residential community on the marshes near Savannah.
Mon., April 11, 2011 7:11pm
The impact of radiation leaking from Japan's tsunami-damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant still isn’t clear. Near Augusta, scientists are studying another kind of radioactive contamination. It comes from decades ago, when the Savannah River Site produced the nation's nuclear weapons. Noel Brown reports on how turtles, alligators and water birds are tracking nuclear cleanup.