Red, White, and Busted starts today

Police officers, sheriff's deputies and state troopers across Georgia are launching a statewide crackdown on drunken driving through upcoming the Fourth of July holiday.

The Governor's Office of Highway Safety says its summer campaign called Operation Zero Tolerance began today and will run for about two weeks. Law enforcement officers in the state are expected to keep a close lookout for drivers impaired by drugs or alcohol.

We'll have more details on this story later today...

Also today, we are looking further at the nail dump in the Kinchafoonee Creek. We expect to talk to some of the divers, who are getting tetanus shots, just in case.

We are looking into a deadly shooting in Colquitt County near the airport last night.
We'll talk to U. S. Senator Saxby Chambliss about the passage of the Farm Bill, which he didn't support. Chambliss is in Moultrie, his hometown, today.
Amateur radio operators are erecting their antennas today in Thomasville, and Stephen Abel connects with them.
Be watching WALB at 5:00, and have a great weekend...