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Closer Look: Hank Aaron; Boys' High; Back Pain; And More

Apr 28, 2016

Thursday on "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress":

  • 0:00: Rose Scott and Jim Burress report on the deaths of four University of Georgia students;
  • 2:17: Winifred Hemphill, president of the Historic South-View Cemetery Preservation Foundation, and Alexis Scott, board chair of the foundation, talk about the cemetery’s legacy;
  • 14:35: Stephannie Stokes reports on a recent reunion of students who attended Boys’ High, one of Atlanta’s first public high schools;
  • 19:25: Michael Haverty, co-writer and director of the play “Inside I” at 7 Stages, talks about the play, which follows the life of a boy on the autism spectrum from birth to age 18;
  • 30:50: Candace Wheeler talks about the deaths of four UGA students, Ted Cruz’s running mate announcement, the NFL draft and a lawsuit against Snapchat in today’s “Trending” segment;
  • 35:11: As part of a “Closer Look” series for Autism Awareness Month, Laura Nadine, a mom with autism, and her son Jacob, who is also on the autism spectrum, discuss their experience being a family with autism;
  • 51:20: Dr. Ford Vox discusses the difference between regular back pain, chronic back pain and back pain that could be even more serious in this week’s “Medical Minute”;
  • 56:24: Baseball legend Hank Aaron speaks with Denis O’Hayer about the influence and legacy of Jackie Robinson.