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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.
 
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 ...
 
Something is coming. If you want to survive, you must remember this: Stay safe. Stay inside your circle. The acclaimed UK indie podcast that became the international audio horror mini-series event of 2020 is here. Created by Brendon Connelly. Co-written by James Field and James MacDonald. Starring Tal Minear, Beth Eyre, Sarah Pitard, Bryce Cooke and Tom Alexander. Directed and Produced by Jack Bowman. Produced in association with AudioMarvels®.
 
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Just a couple days after photos that show Dave Chappelle hanging out in Austin with other celebrities went viral, the legendary comedian has tested positive for COVID-19, leading to the cancellation of his upcoming comedy shows at Stubb's this week. A spokeswoman for Chappelle confirmed the positive coronavirus test results to the Associated Press,…
 
For the second year in a row, Rodeo Austin has been forced to cancel its March public events because of the coronavirus crisis. The multi-week Austin fandango that traces its roots back 80 years has taken place mostly at the Travis County Expo Center in East Austin since the early 1980s. Parts of that center, including the main arena, are currently…
 
Optimism for the COVID-19 vaccine and hopes for the beginning of an economic recovery have helped push up gasoline prices in Austin and nationwide. Austin gas prices have risen 5 cents per gallon in the past week and currently average $2.04 per gallon for regular unleaded gasoline, according to industry website GasBuddy.com, which tracks fuel price…
 
The Williamson County Animal Shelter is offering free adoptions on all pets this weekend. A family wishing to honor their dog Django, who recently died, has paid the adoption fees, according to a news from the shelter. Appointments are required for adoptions. People interested in adopting a pet can view all available pets at pets.wilco.org, See omn…
 
The Bastrop City Council on Jan. 12 approved two construction contracts totaling $30 million for a new wastewater treatment plant and wastewater collection system. The council awarded a $26.37 million contract to BAR Contracting of Lancaster to build the city’s new wastewater treatment plant. It also awarded a $3.93 million contract to Austin-based…
 
Williamson County’s vaccine provider Family Hospital Systems received 8,000 new doses of coronavirus vaccine on Friday. Information was not immediately available about where or when the new doses would be administered. Texas residents eligible to receive the vaccine can register on the Family Hospital wait list at familyhospitalsystems.com/services…
 
The registration list to receive COVID-19 vaccines quickly filled up after its launch Friday, prompting Hays County officials to close the online and phone portals for appointments less than 30 minutes after they had opened. Health authorities continued their calls for residents to be patient with the vaccine sign-up, registration and rollout proce…
 
Samsung could build a $10 billion advanced logic chipmaking plant in Austin, according to media reports, potentially adding to the company's existing multibillion-dollar facilities in Central Texas. If it happens, the Samsung expansion would add to a series of recent stunning wins for Austin's technology sector. In just the past six months, Austin …
 
The Department of Defense has identified a soldier killed in Kuwait on Wednesday as 34-year-old Staff Sgt. Timothy Luke Manchester from Austin. The department said Manchester died while supporting Operation Spartan Shield in Camp Arifjan in Kuwait in what it described only as a non-combat incident. The incident is being investigated. See omnystudio…
 
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Friday asked a federal judge to block a new Biden administration policy that pauses most deportations for the next 100 days. The policy is part of a comprehensive review of immigration enforcement, particularly amid the challenges posed by COVID-19. But Paxton said the pause violates federal law and an agreement…
 
Echoing Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick's letter this week urging state officials to simplify the coronavirus vaccine rollout plan, Austin-Travis County health leaders on Friday said local residents will continue to be confused and frustrated with the process unless the state intervenes. Dr. Mark Escott, interim Austin-Travis County health authorit…
 
After weeks of urging Austin school district families to keep their children at home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Superintendent Dr. Stephanie S. Elizalde (eh-lee-ZAL-day) on Thursday said recent data shows a decrease in COVID-19 cases and invited students who have recently opted for remote learning options to return to campus starting Mo…
 
Dispatch sports columnist Rob Oller discusses his latest column on baseball legend Hank Aaron. During this Oller talks about his legacy that he left on and off the ball field. Hank Aaron died at the age of 86 on Friday January 22, 2021. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Gannett
 
After getting bounced out of the second round of the NFL playoffs, the Cleveland Browns face an offseason full of big decisions. The biggest is whether or not to try and sign franchise quarterback Baker Mayfield to a multi-year, big-money contract. On the latest episode of the Cover 2 podcast, Nate Ulrich and Dan Kadar forecast what could and shoul…
 
Seltzerland is a nationally touring, socially distanced celebration of boozy bubbles, and it's coming March 13 to Austin's Onion Creek Club, 2510 Onion Creek Parkway. The event starts at 11 a.m. and will include samples from more than 50 hard seltzer brands, such as White Claw, Bud Light Seltzer, Natural Light Seltzer and Bravazzi. Attendees sign u…
 
These days, there seem to be new stars among us. Podcast host and comedian Joe Rogan, Tesla founder Elon Musk, comedian Dave Chappelle and musician Grimes have been hanging out in Austin, according to several social media posts. This isn't really a surprise. Rogan, after confirming a move to Texas on his show, reportedly built his new studio here i…
 
Austin High School’s basketball team won 52 to 44 over Westlake on Jan. 20 at Westlake High School. In a meeting of the lone undefeated teams in District 26-6A, the Maroons grabbed the early upper-hand in the title race. It’s the first Austin High win at Westlake in 10 years and the first win for Austin High in the long series in four years. See om…
 
Johann Moonesinhe created Austin-based inKind as a different kind of restaurant funding company. Founded in 2017, the idea was to create a funding service that helps restaurants grow without incurring costs that can become insurmountable later. InKind provides funding by purchasing a restaurant's food and beverage credit up front. The company then …
 
For many in the Austin school district, the image of a long braid tied by a pink bow brings memories of Sarah Beth Lively, who spent almost 50 years as a local teacher and volunteer. Lively, who died Jan. 4 at the age of 88, is the namesake of the middle school in South Austin where she taught. The campus was renamed in her honor in 2018. Lively ta…
 
Teenagers; veterans; gay and lesbian residents; Black, Indigenous people of color; and Spanish speakers will soon have book clubs focused on works featuring characters and situations based on similar life experiences as part of the Smithville Public Library’s virtual Hope and Healing initiative. The initiative is being funded through a $15,000 gran…
 
Bastrop County is hoping to inoculate all residents against COVID-19 within 90 days as the county has been designated a vaccine distribution hub. County Judge Paul Pape's (as in “poppy”) office on Tuesday announced a pre-registration process for local residents and those in adjoining rural counties to sign up to receive the vaccine. That website fo…
 
Hays County public health officials are asking for more patience as residents anxiously await the availability of coronavirus vaccinations. Hays County, like many smaller Texas counties surrounding metropolitan hubs, is seeing a slow rollout of vaccines. Local officials remain positive and optimistic that everyone who needs a vaccination will get o…
 
Lawyers for Texas and abortion providers appeared before a federal appeals court Thursday to argue over the fate of a 2017 state law that bans the most common type of second-trimester abortion unless doctors first use an extra procedure to ensure fetal demise. Thursday's oral arguments boded well for supporters of a law that has been struck down tw…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott continued his ongoing fight with Austin on Thursday, taking aim at changes the city has made to police funding and public camping that the governor described as reckless. Speaking during a news conference in Austin to unveil his priorities for the state legislative session, Abbott said he will support a bill that denies tax revenue…
 
Facing the possibility Austin voters could reinstate the city's homeless camping ban in May, Mayor Steve Adler said the city's existing plan of action has failed. In a conversation with the American-Statesman, Adler acknowledged that the 2019 repeal of the city's camping ban "is not working." He suggested City Council members should get together wi…
 
Columbia Daily Tribune Mizzou athletics reporter Eric Blum and the Tribune's Langston Newsome talk about Steve Wilks' hiring as the Tigers' defensive coordinator, MU basketball and more. Mike Wilson of the Knoxville News Sentinel is this week's special guest to talk about the firing of Jeremy Pruitt and Volunteers' basketball. COPYRIGHT to Hamilton…
 
Kimberly Schwind from the AAA Ohio Auto Club talks about the coronavirus pandemic and how some travelers are starting to think about and plan for vacations sometime in 2021. She further explains how many Americans will be taking road trips this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The latest version of the Providence Journal's college basketball podcast is here. Sports writer Bill Koch and Morey Hershgordon of WPRI12 and Fox Providence is along for the ride on this Friday edition. We dig into Providence's big road win at No. 11 Creighton and its upcoming opportunity at No. 3 Villanova (1:00). We also touch on a disappointing…
 
Dispatch sports columnist Rob Oller discusses his latest column on how professional Black athletes need to back and get the newly obtained coronavirus vaccine. During this he talks about how the Black community has been oppressed in the health care industry for years and how it’s not trusted to provide the same level of care for everyone. See omnys…
 
Columbus Dispatch Ohio State men’s basketball beat reporter Adam Jardy discusses the most recent 67-65 loss to the Purdue Boilermakers on the newest episode of the BuckeyeXtra Basketball podcast. During this episode he also evaluates where the team currently stands right and discusses Ohio State player CJ Walker and how he might return to the lineu…
 
Clint Lamb and Brett Hudson sit down to discuss all the coaching and player turnover happening with the Alabama football program. Who are those losses and who can fans expect to replace them? It's going to be a major question in the Crimson Tide's national title run in 2021. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Austin's Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In, which has locations in East Austin, downtown and Round Rock, has seen the benefit of the world's changed moviegoing habits. And for the new year, it's gotten a little glow-up. The drive-in has added a chef-curated concession restaurant at its Mueller location, according to a news release. Blue Starlite al…
 
The Austin Food & Wine Alliance recently announced the recipients of more than $30,000 in grants for local professionals working in ways to promote culinary innovation. Some of the projects that received the financial backing highlight a commitment to diversity and social justice. Chef Damien Brockway, for instance, will now be able to more quickly…
 
Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra has formed the Council for the Indigenous and Tejano Community to facilitate the community’s desire to address undertold and untold indigenous and Tejano stories. The council's mission is to preserve the history, traditions and rich culture of indigenous and Tejano people of Hays County. Hays County residents who wou…
 
Westlake High School history teacher Cathy Cluck, who taught classes in the fall traveling from one historic site to another while the school was doing virtual learning, took part in President Joe Biden's virtual inaugural parade on Wednesday. Cluck was featured among other local heroes across country, according to the Inaugural Committee. See omny…
 
Austin police on Wednesday identified a driver who was killed in a head-on collision last week in Northwest Austin as 28-year-old Jasmine Symon Campos. Police said she was driving west in the 3900 block of West Howard Lane just before 11:40 p.m. on Jan. 13. Campos’ Nissan Sentra crashed into a Mercury Grand Marquis that was heading east, according …
 
Round Rock police have arrested 28-year-old Gage Johnston and charged him with capital murder in the shooting death of 27-year-old Jerrionn Burleson on Peachtree Valley Drive on Jan. 9. Police said the two men are both from Austin and knew each other. Johnston's bail is set at $1 million. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A new report blasts the instructional videos shown at the Austin Police Department training academy, saying they tend to show officers interacting violently with people of color and gently with white people, reinforcing racial stereotypes and biases. In the training videos, 44% of the people shown interacting with police were Black, although Austin…
 
Austin Police Chief Brian Manley has been in touch with federal agents investigating the U.S. Capitol riot, and he has offered them the Police Department's collaboration should they uncover evidence that any Austin officer participated in the insurrection or has extremist views. Manley’s contact with the FBI comes as dozens of law enforcement offic…
 
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