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Go in depth with MMA’s most prominent fighters, promoters, trainers and managers from the UFC, Bellator and the other top promotions in the world of #MMA. MMA Junkie Radio is the official radio show and podcast of MMA Junkie (five-time World MMA Awards “Best Media Source” winner). The show broadcasts from the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino’s Race & Sports Book in Las Vegas with hosts, “Gorgeous” George and “Goze." The hosts also cover the big names and events from the world of boxing, pro wres ...
 
Join Gannett Florida's all-star political lineup each week for a lively discussion and in-depth reporting on politics from the state of Florida. Zac Anderson from the Sarasota Herald Tribune and Gannett state capital correspondent John Kennedy bring you insight and analysis each week, along with special guest reporters fresh from the scene of breaking political news.
 
NewsCycle with Alicia Preston looks at developing and trending news topics around the nation, and features the local view of the reporters, telling the stories. Utilizing actualities and resources from 400 publications across the nation, Alicia connects issues and themes that are trending on a national level.
 
Daily News staff writer Tommy Cassell speaks with top athletes, coaches, athletic directors, and others in the MetroWest region of Massachusetts to find out what makes them who they are. Read articles by Tommy in the MetroWest Daily News sports section, online at metrowestdailynews.com/sports. Find him on Twitter @TommyCassell44 and @MetroWestSports.
 
David Dusek, a senior writer at Golfweek, will host Forward Press on a weekly basis. He will speak with other writers, reporters, players and industry insiders about the latest happenings in golf. In addition to breaking down major championships like the Masters and U.S. Open, Forward Press delves into the world of the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and European Tour, as well as discussing fantasy golf and the latest trends in the game.
 
Get the inside scoop on all the biggest NBA news, as the biggest names in the game join ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski for "The Woj Pod" featuring in-depth conversations, breaking news reaction and analysis, and coverage of the biggest events on the NBA calendar, as well as an occasional deep dive into some of the most notable events in NBA history.
 
Whether you’ve lived in Arlington your whole life or just for a few years, there’s probably something around town that’s made you wonder. The Arlington Advocate’s new Wicked Local podcast, A-Town, seeks to answer these questions. Every other week, we take a deep dive into a reader question. We’ll interview town officials and local experts to find the wacky, random or informative answers to your questions. Have a question? Ask it here: https://bit.ly/2qmMGZN
 
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In honor of the 7th anniversary of the special "CultCore" episode series, Andrew speaks to Kate Owens just moments after she finished watching the 1974 Pam Grier classic "Foxy Brown," co-starring Antonio Fargas and Bob Minor, and directed by Decatur, Ga. resident Jack Hill. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Columbia Daily Tribune Mizzou athletics beat reporter Eric Blum and the Tribune's Langston Newsome talk MU men's and women's basketball, the start of spring football and more. ESPN's Joe Lunardi is this week's special guest to talk about Missouri's NCAA Tournament resume. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ohio State football beat reporters Joey Kaufman and Bill Rabinowitz speak with Dispatch sports columnist Rob Oller on the latest edition of the BuckeyeXtra Football podcast. During this episode we talk about the recent changes to tickets for the 2022 upcoming season and answer questions submitted via social media for a mailbag edition of this sport…
 
Columbus Dispatch Ohio State men’s basketball beat reporter Adam Jardy recaps the recent 67-71 loss to the Michigan State Spartans on Thursday February 25, 2021 at the Breslin Center in East Lansing, Michigan. Next, we break down everything that happened in this game and what this means for the Buckeyes going forward. Finally, we talk about how hea…
 
This episode is brought to you by the Savannah Economic Development Authority Savannah is a city the celebrates its history, but there are some events that aren’t mentioned on the trolley or carriage tours. Savannah was the site of the largest slave sale in American history, staged over a two-day period in March of 1859 at a horse racing course tha…
 
A pedestrian who was fatally struck by a Lexus earlier this month in South Austin has been identified as 65-year-old Steven James Ingram, Austin police said. The driver of the Lexus stayed at the scene. Police said no charges are expected to be filed. Police said Ingram appeared to have been experiencing homelessness and was living under the overpa…
 
Austin police on Monday identified a bicyclist who was killed after he was struck by a car in South Austin earlier this month. Samuel Stephens, 58, was struck by a gray Chevrolet sedan as he tried to cross Brodie and Slaughter lanes, according to a police investigation. Stephens was taken to a hospital and died from his injuries on Feb. 6, police s…
 
The city of Austin has increased its home repair program funding by $1 million to help residents affected by the recent winter freeze. Information related to home repairs for eligible homeowners will be posted and updated at austintexas.gov/HomeRepairs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A Williamson County man threatened to burn down his house, kill law enforcement officers and commit suicide just days after authorities served him divorce papers last month, according to court records. John Crawson, 47, is charged with making terroristic threats in connection to this week's incident at his home outside Round Rock. Officials say the…
 
Any rain Austin can squeeze out of the skies in February could help us survive more arid weeks later this year. Austin's 1.84 inches of rain for the month and 3.47 inches since Jan. 1 have kept the city more or less on track for normal rainfall. But the metro area remains largely abnormally dry or in moderate drought, according to U.S. Drought Moni…
 
Austin Public Health's online vaccine portal now shows residents their number in line for a dose. The website also shows the estimated wait time for their turn for a vaccine appointment. If residents keep the screen open, they automatically are directed to another page to select an appointment time when it is their turn. If residents are not alread…
 
As a way to repay grocery store workers who showed patience and courage in reporting to duty during last week's severe winter freeze, in a pandemic, a Round Rock barber did what he could to help at his job: by offering them free haircuts. Pflugerville resident Gabriel Escobedo, a barber of EscoFades at 208 North Mays Street in Round Rock, tweeted o…
 
Austin police are asking the public for help identifying an armed man they say sexually assaulted a woman in her car Wednesday morning in Southeast Austin. The attack took place about 7 a.m. near the 8600 block of Bluff Springs Road near Perkins Drive, the Austin Police Department reported. According to police, a man driving a black, unmarked law-e…
 
Granting a nationwide injunction requested by Texas officials, a federal judge has blocked the Biden administration's plans to pause deportations for 100 days under a comprehensive review of immigration enforcement. U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton of Corpus Christi, appointed by former President Donald Trump last summer, ruled that the pause exceed…
 
Two of Austin's most popular swimming hangouts, Barton Springs and Deep Eddy pools, are set to reopen Thursday after closing during last week's winter storm, Austin city officials announced Wednesday. Admission to both pools is free until further notice. Damage at Big Stacy, Bartholomew and Springwood pools still needs to be repaired. Those pools w…
 
Austin-area school districts have thawed out after last week's extreme winter weather, but they are now dealing with millions of dollars in expenses that officials will have to make up through insurance claims and reimbursements from emergency agencies. Getting federal dollars for disaster-related expenses through the Federal Emergency Management A…
 
Water samples from the Hudson Bend area of Lake Travis are being tested after four dogs were reported to have gotten sick after swimming in the water, the Lower Colorado River Authority said. Officials expect to have results from the water samples back on Thursday. Hudson Bend connects to Mansfield Dam Park on the lake. The LCRA said people should …
 
Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to face questions about why residents of upscale communities built by his donors are getting special access to the COVID-19 vaccine. Journalists Zac Anderson, Antonio Fins and John Kennedy discuss the latest revelations about vaccine clinics in Charlotte and Manatee counties, what to look for as CPAC – the big conservati…
 
The Bulldogs Extra crew talks Ben Cleveland's draft journey, Isaiah Wilson's fallout with the Titans, Kirby's Tik Tok videos and recruiting rankings. They also discuss Sahvir Wheeler's triple double, and debate if UGA's basketball team is worth a hoot. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A few years ago, Kenya Parham's career as a political strategist shifted to the film world, where she now works as a cultural strategist for films like "Judas and the Black Messiah," currently in theatres and on HBO Max. In this interview conducted on 2-23-21, Kenya spoke to OnlineAthens reporter Andrew Shearer about the important behind the scenes…
 
The Texas Longhorns just notched the biggest win of the Shaka Smart era with a 75-72 overtime triumph over Kansas, beating the Jayhawks twice in the regular for the first time in school history. In this week’s On Second Thought podcast, you will hear Smart’s reaction after the game while hosts Cedric Golden and Kirk Bohls break down how it could af…
 
With the UT System Board of Regents on the cusp of finalizing a deal with new UT-Austin football coach Steve Sarkisian, university officials have dodged questions from the American-Statesman about whether any minority candidates were approached for the job. University rules say that a hiring institution such as UT-Austin must include an underrepres…
 
We Are Blood officials say they are experiencing a critical shortage in donations following the severe winter weather, which forced the closure of donor centers and mobile drives. To rebuild the blood supply, individuals are encouraged to sign up to donate at weareblood.org. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
As Bastrop County residents experienced power and water outages amid sub-freezing temperatures last week, a faith-based ministry opened its door to provide warmth to those seeking relief from frigid conditions. The county decided against opening warming centers or shelters due to unreliable power and water service as well as hazardous driving condi…
 
The Bastrop County Commissioners Court on Monday ratified and extend a countywide disaster declaration that County Judge Paul Pape issued Feb. 15 in response to the winter storms that caused power and water outages amid sub-freezing temperatures last week. Residents affected by the storms may now apply for federal help. Individual federal assistanc…
 
Austin police on Tuesday identified a man who died earlier this month after falling over the edge of the U.S. 290 and MoPac Boulevard flyover in Southwest Austin. Eric Torres, who would have turned 34 on Wednesday, was outside of his car assessing damage to his crashed vehicle when another driver, because of icy road conditions, slid over to Torres…
 
Travis County's jails began administering COVID-19 vaccinations to qualifying inmates last week, according to the Travis County sheriff’s office. Forty inmates were vaccinated Friday, and more were expected to receive the vaccine this week. Plans to start administering the vaccine had been delayed because of last week’s winter storm. Inmates gettin…
 
Authorities evacuated several neighboring homes near Round Rock on Tuesday after they said multiple homemade bombs were found in a home. 47-year-old John Christopher Crawson was charged with making a terroristic threat against a family member, which officials said led to the explosive devices being discovered. Authorities didn’t offer more details …
 
Among the tens of thousands in the city struggling without power or water for several days during last week's historic freeze, the most medically vulnerable found themselves left to manage on their own. Amanda Philips and her 6-year-old son, who are both fighting COVID-19, spent about 30 hours over the course of two days without power. Philips’s sy…
 
Austin Public Health officials on Tuesday said the record freeze that triggered power outages last week could end up delaying any further lifting of pandemic restrictions because it created a gap in coronavirus data that helps measure the public threat from the virus. Health officials don't have data from eight straight days, from Feb. 13 to Feb. 2…
 
Travis County District Attorney Jose Garza said Tuesday that he is opening a criminal investigation to determine whether any entity or individuals should face charges stemming from last week's power outages that left millions of Texans in the dark. Garza told the Statesman that his office, quote, “will do everything we can to hold powerful actors a…
 
Five members of the board of directors at the entity that operates Texas' electrical grid are expected to resign from their posts, according to a notice posted to the Public Utility Commission website. Board Chairwoman Sally Talberg, Vice Chairman Peter Cramton, and three members will all resign from their posts on Wednesday, during the next meetin…
 
Austin Water said Tuesday that the boil water notice that went into effect last week has been lifted for all customers. Customers no longer need to boil water used for drinking, cooking and making ice, the utility company said. The boil water notice was issued on Feb. 17 after Ullrich Water Treatment Plant, the city's largest treatment facility, lo…
 
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