ATLANTA - It's a big night on FOX! The Lethal Weapon series premiere is at 8 p.m. on FOX 5, followed by the FOX hit Empire, premiering season three at 9p.m.
Outkast's Big Boi helps pamper pooches for a great cause: It's a party that's sure to be a "blowout" -- especially with the involvement of one of Atlanta's most successful musicians. Barking Hound Village is hosting an event on Sunday, September 25 to benefit Canine Companions for Independence, an organization which provides trained assistance dogs for free to people with disabilities. Guests can come to Barking Hound Village that day to get their dog washed with the newly released Big Boi & Bobbi Shampoo, and professionally blow dried by some of the area's top stylists. Big Boi, of course, is one-half of Atlanta music super due Outkast, and is a long-time supporter of canine causes. Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken spent the morning hanging out with Big Boi, talking about the event and why it's so important to him.
Reality show star and DISH NATION
host Porsha Williams joins Good Day Atlanta's Alyse Eady with the latest "dish" on celebrity news. For more information on DISH NATION click here.
KDFW's Steve Noviello: Planning for the holidays
! Summer is over, school is back in session.. but it's a good time to already looking forward to your next trip -- Now is a great time to jump on deals for the Holidays. Consumer Reporter Steve Noviello
will share deals you can score now.. to places like Aspen, San Francisco & Puerto Vallarta.
: County fire departments are charging insurance companies, and sometimes drivers individually, $400 an hour (for min. clean-up cases, more for others) to clean up road debris after a crash. But, the state insurance/fire commissioner says very clearly that it is double dipping. Taxpayers, he says, paid for clean up through their insurance companies already. FOX 5 I-Team's Dana Fowle investigates. Her story will be shared here