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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.
 
Stack and Smash Fantasy Football Show is where you want to be for all of your fantasy football advice! Whether it's a traditional fantasy league, PPR, or you're trying to win a quick million in daily fantasy, we have the answers to your questions. Here at Stack & Smash, we are correct 100% of the time. Hosted by Jesse Wilkins, Rob Coakley, Brendan Connelly and Joe Gratta
 
David Dusek, a senior writer at Golfweek, will host Forward Press on a weekly basis. He will speak with other golf 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 and LPGA Tour and the top players and newsmakers in the game.
 
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.
 
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Dave Schrader & Tim Dennis

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The Best in Paranormal Talk Radio Dave & Tim take listeners on an entertaining journey into all aspects of the supernatural, from ghosts and aliens, to monsters, mysteries, myths & legends with guest experts, experiencers and eye witnesses. With over 15 years experience they continue to be your guides to the encounters that seem to lie just outside the limits of normal life and just past the boundaries of the darkness on the edge of every town. Publishing Ad-Free Episodes on Stitcher Premium ...
 
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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
 
This show connects people to the work and innovation in the fields science, technology, and health that is occurring in Massachusetts communities. Host Laura Lovett, a multimedia journalist with Wicked Local, will talk with scientists, health care professionals, community advocates and business leaders about their jobs, their accomplishments and what is next. Episodes will be released on the 15th and 30th of each month. Subscribe now through iTunes, Sticher and Google Play. And connect with ...
 
Win or Die: Analyzing 'Game of Thrones' As we count down the final episodes, Statesman writers and "Game of Thrones" super fans Joe Gross and Phil Jankowski examine where the heroes and villains of Westeros might be headed. There will be dragons involved. Web link to our landing page: http://gatehousenews.com/gameofthrones/home/site/statesman.com/
 
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The state of New Hampshire is seen as a novice at diversity work, but a newly established council is looking to change that. This podcast will give voice to the members of the state's new Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion, as well as citizens who share their stories. New Hampshire's growing population and increasing diversity, as well as reported incidents of bias around the state, have made these conversations necessary. Issues of race, gender, disability, age, economic status, se ...
 
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Despite shifting to loosened coronavirus guidelines in Travis County this week, local hospital numbers on Friday were slow to meet hopeful expectations for an end to masking and social distancing this fall. Austin and Travis County on Friday recorded 23 new hospital admissions for COVID-19. The rolling seven-day average of new daily hospital admiss…
 
After 10 hours of emotional, contentious debate, the Texas House voted Thursday night to block transgender athletes from competing in public school sports in their gender identity. Democrats forcefully, and sometimes tearfully, attacked House Bill 25 as a dangerous foray into discrimination that seeks to address a nonexistent problem — sacrificing …
 
Defense attorneys and prosecutors will get to make their final arguments Monday about whether the murder conviction of death row inmate Rodney Reed should be upheld. In another stage of the legal process, attorneys on both sides will appear before state District Judge J.D. Langley in Bastrop County to make their final arguments about whether Reed w…
 
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Savannah District 4 Alderman Nick Palumbo joins the Thursday Commute to talk about his op-ed in the Savannah Morning News about the history of Columbus Day and being an Italian-American. Then, Chatham County Elections Board chair Tom Mahoney joins to update voters on what they need to know a…
 
In this spoiler-filled discussion of the 2021 movie "Halloween Kills," Athens Banner-Herald arts and entertainment reporter Andrew Shearer talks to "Babysitter Massacre" director and slasher movie authority Henrique Couto about the unique way screen violence and character are used to responsible effect in the latest outing for Michael Myers.…
 
In the latest Nuggets Ink podcast, beat writer Mike Singer is joined by The Ringer's Rob Mahoney to discuss his latest story "Michael Porter Jr. will get his moment... if he's ready for it."After dropping to the 14th pick of the 2018 NBA draft, Porter's future was uncertain due to back problems, which significantly dropped his stock in a class feat…
 
A noisy, lightning-filled band of storms slowly crawled across Central Texas late Wednesday into the wee hours of Thursday, dumping up to 8 inches of rain in spots along the Interstate 35 corridor. By daybreak, the storms drifted southeast, away from the Austin area, but the better news is that the Austin area is unlikely to see any more heavy rain…
 
Joan Elizabeth Means Khabele [kah-BELL], instrumental in the integration of Barton Springs Pool and Austin High School, among a lifetime of other civic achievements, died in Austin of leukemia just after midnight on Monday morning. She was 78. One of five children, Joan Khabele was the daughter of Austin educator and civil rights activist Bertha Sa…
 
This month in the Austin area marks eight years since the Halloween floods of 2013 and six years since the Halloween floods of 2015. Combined, those two disasters locally destroyed more than 100 homes, damaged more than 1,000 others and triggered higher insurance premiums on renters and homeowners. Concerned that area residents might not be fully p…
 
Today in History: Clarence Thomas confirmed to US Supreme Court. Duke Ellington records Mood Indigo. Napolean Bonaparte arrives on St. Helena. Hermann Goring poisons himself. President Johnson signs bill to create US Department of Transportation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
 
Gov. Ron DeSantis’s administration fined Leon County over its vaccine mandate for employees. Journalists Zac Anderson, Antonio Fins and John Kennedy discuss the governor's fight against vaccine mandates, Florida leaders waving off the type of election audit that Trump has been demanding elsewhere and the governor attracting attention for following …
 
Columbus Dispatch Ohio State men’s basketball beat reporter Adam Jardy recaps what head coach Chris Holtmann had to say in today’s interviews, talks about how Ohio State has publicly named team captions for this season, and discusses which players were named and how they are leaders on this team. Finally, we discuss some recruiting news, how the Nu…
 
ESPN's Mike Golic Jr. joins the podcast to discuss Notre Dame's offensive line improvement against Virginia Tech, if it's sustainable for the rest of the season, how Tyler Buchner helps the Irish offense, who he'd start at quarterback, how his offensive line in 2012 managed shared time between QBs Everett Golson and Tommy Rees, the impact Chris Wat…
 
Will it be another blowout for Georgia in a perceived top-ranked matchup or will Kentucky give the Bulldogs all they want? We discuss this, along with Stetson Bennett, the UGA defense, the odd TikTok life of UK QB Will Levis and we bring on Kentucky beat writer Jon Hale to go in depth on what the Wildcats will be bringing this Saturday to Athens.…
 
Joel Klatt knows a thing or two about Big 12 football from his days as the quarterback of the Colorado Buffaloes. In years since the 2005 Big 12 title loss to the eventual national champion Texas Longhorns, Klatt has become one of the best color commentators in the business. Klatt, who will be on hand with Fox broadcast partner Gus Johnson on Satur…
 
The U.S. Army identified a soldier found dead behind his company barracks at Fort Hood last week as 26-year-old Specialist Maxwell Hockin. Fort Hood leaders at the Central Texas post said Hockin died Saturday but they did not release his identity until Wednesday. The incident is still under investigation by the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Comm…
 
Central Texas university officials say they are able to provide more opportunities and support to Hispanic college students with the help of federal grants offered to minority-serving institutions. U.S. Sen. John Cornyn of Texas hosted a roundtable discussion Tuesday with representatives from Austin Community College, St. Edward’s University and Te…
 
The Texas House early Wednesday approved a map for new political districts that would solidify Republican control of the chamber, protect incumbent lawmakers from both parties and reduce the number of competitive districts across the state. Democrats criticized the map for failing to reflect the rapid growth of the Hispanic and Asian population ove…
 
Darkness Radio presents The Afterlife Frequency with Mark Anthony Dave is joined by World-renowned psychic medium and Oxford educated attorney Mark Anthony as he bridges the divide between faith and science in this fascinating afterlife exploration taking you around the globe, from the cosmic to the subatomic, into the human soul itself. Combining …
 
Today in History: Pulp Fiction released. Steve Bartman interferes with fly ball. Roosevelt gives speech after being shot. Martin Luther King Jr. wins Nobel Peace Prize. Bing Crosby dies. Chuck Yeager flies faster than speed of sound. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Columbus Dispatch sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Blue Jackets beat reporter Brian Hedger on the latest episode of the Cannon Fodder podcast. During this episode we preview the start of the 2021-22 NHL season and talk about the Blue Jackets new coaching staff. Next, we discuss tomorrow night’s Blue Jackets' season opener against the Ariz…
 
Windsor Forest coach Jeb Stewart joins Dennis at the 50 Yard Line this week to talk about their season so far, what he's hoping to do with the Windsor Forest program and what the rest of the season looks like for the team. Find more coverage at: https://www.savannahnow.com/sports/high-school/ Twitter: @DennisKnightSMN…
 
Mason chats with Dr. Angela Parker about her new book, If God Still Breathes, Why Can't I?: Black Lives Matter and Biblical Authority. We chat about the oppressive history of biblical inerrancy, how the Bible ought to shape our faith, and much more. Guest Bio/Info: Dr. Angela Parker is assistant professor of New Testament and Greek at McAfee School…
 
In a move that it says reflects its commitment to grow along with Central Texas, JPMorgan Chase & Co. has signed a lease for the top two floors of a new 25-story office tower in downtown Austin. The New York-based investment banking giant said it will occupy about 35,000 square feet of space on the 24th and 25th floors of the building, which is cal…
 
Austin Public Health on Tuesday moved the community to Stage 3 of the agency's risk-based COVID-19 guidelines, allowing many Travis County residents to safely unmask while shopping and dining indoors. But Austin-Travis County Health Authority Dr. Desmar Walkes, who announced the positive change during a joint Austin City Council and Travis County C…
 
Two of the nation's largest airlines — Southwest Airlines and American Airlines — both based in Texas, said Tuesday they plan to follow looming federal guidelines and require that their employees are vaccinated against COVID-19, despite an order from Gov. Greg Abbott that attempts to block such mandates. Dallas-based Southwest Airlines last week or…
 
Darkness Radio presents Supernatural News/ParaShare What Does Science to Say About Ghosts? Edition Dave & Tim explore strange news from around the world. A families new dream house is tied to a nightmare, a NY house with many rooms has even more ghosts, Tim heads to South Africa, and Science weighs in on Ghostly Phenomena...doo doo doo do doo! All …
 
This episode is brought to you by National Office Systems Savannah Morning News reporter Zoe Nicholson joins the Tuesday Commute to talk about her reporting on the Clearview Apartments in West Savannah and how this highlights a microcosm of the affordable housing issue that the city of Savannah is currently facing. The first part of the podcast was…
 
True Crime Tuesday reveals a Monster: The Life & Crimes of Wayne Chapman with guest David McGrath Wayne Chapman has admitted to molesting up to 100 boys across multiple states and remains a suspect in the 1976 disappearance of a 10-year-old Lawrence, MA boy. The term Monster is thrown around sometimes too generally but in describing Wayne Chapman i…
 
Travis County coronavirus data released Monday showed continued improvement in hospital numbers for COVID-19. The county recorded 16 new hospital admissions for COVID-19. The rolling seven-day average of new daily hospital admissions, which helps Austin Public Health determine guidelines for the most medically vulnerable members of the community, d…
 
Rain has been rare this fall, but the Austin area could finally get a decent soaking this week, according to the National Weather Service. A low pressure system — where lower air pressure allows warmer air to rise and rain clouds to form in the unstable air — will move into Texas from the northwest Tuesday into Wednesday. The remnant of the soon-to…
 
A federal appeals court late Friday allowed a Texas law banning most abortions to be enforced, suspending a lower court ruling from two days before that had blocked the measure. Attorneys for Texas filed an appeal with the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals earlier Friday, asking the court to take action "as soon as possible" to ensure that the stat…
 
Jesse and Rob are back for another live installment of the Stack and Smash fantasy football show. We discuss week 5 boom / bust and the injury onslaught that occurred yesterday. Join the livestream for trade / start sit questions http://twitch.tv/idoubletake follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/kingcoakleyhttp://twitter.com/jessecwilkins…
 
Voting along party lines, the Texas Senate on Friday approved a redistricting plan for the state's congressional seats that could be instrumental in delivering a Republican majority to the U.S. House of Representatives. It draws no new minority opportunity districts, where nonwhite voters can elect their candidate of choice, while increasing the nu…
 
One of the biggest economic development announcements in Austin history came with little fanfare and almost no warning. Speaking to shareholders Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk mentioned almost casually that the electric automaker — one of the world's best-known and most valuable companies — has decided to move its corporate headquarters from Califor…
 
The Austin area's public health chief said Friday that if trends keep improving, the community could move back to Stage 3 pandemic guidelines by early next week. Dr. Desmar Walkes, Austin-Travis County health authority, decided to wait a few more days before loosening pandemic restrictions. Four cases of COVID-19 were confirmed among ACL attendees …
 
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