Hottest Toy of 2009

The Zhu Zhu Hamster is hard to find these days and predicted to be this year's big Christmas toy. See what it's all about

Weekend Festivals

It's a big Saturday for festivals in our area -
The Chocolate Festival is at St. Mary's School in Downtown Aiken
The Sassafras Festival is in Burnettown
The Oliver Hardy Festival is in Downtown Harlem

Georgia's Energy Sales Tax Holiday

Certain things that you may be needing around the house can be bought tax-free through Sunday in Georgia. See the List

Giant Honeybee Hive in Downtown Augusta

We've never seen anything like it! See for yourself

The Katinas Provide Relief to American Samoa

American Samoa is the homeland for the Katinas, one of 88.3 WAFJ artists. It has recently been rocked by an earthquake and a tsunami and there is a lot of devastation. The Katinas have setup a relief fund to help the folks there rebuild and if you'd like to help, visit

Free Antivirus Software from Microsoft

Tired of paying for your antivirus software? Yesterday, Microsoft launched a free one for PC users called "Microsoft Essentials." Get it

Visit Disney for Free in 2010

You can get a free ticket to a Disney park in 2010 just by volunteering in your community. Find out how

Major Recall from Toyota

3.8 million cars affected - read more

9 Surprising Germ Havens

Woman's Day magazine has identified 9 areas around your house that are full of germs, and some of them may surprise you. Read the article

Fall Family Fun Series - Oliver Hardy Festival

Tuesday morning at 8:10, our Fall Family Fun series continues with the inside scoop on another festival happening in our area. This Saturday, around 30,000 people will be in Harlem, GA for the Oliver Hardy Festival, paying tribute to one half of the famous Laurel and Hardy acting duo. Linda Caldwell will tell us all about the festival tomorrow morning.

Cheapie of the Week - 9/28

Debbie Chatfield of Augusta correctly guessed that the Cheapie of the Week is Yo Plus Digestive Yogurt. It is on sale at Publix through Tuesday (9/29) as a "Buy 1, Get 1 Free" special. This means you can buy just one for $1.25. Then use the printable $1 off coupon to get the 4-pack of yogurt for $.25 plus tax.

Here's another deal that a listener called to tell us about this morning: