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True Crime Daily The Podcast covers murders, scams, investigations and unsolved crimes across the country every week.
Taking off the Rose Colored glasses, one pedal at a time.
Join Jim Clemente (former FBI profiler), Laura Richards (criminal behavioral analyst, former New Scotland Yard) and Lisa Zambetti (Casting director for CBS' Criminal Minds) as they profile behavior from real criminal cases.
Eww! That's Creepy is a true crime/paranormal/extraterrestrial podcast retelling tales and true stories that scare us to the bone. Hosted by twin sisters Melissa and Jackie, this podcast will pick a theme each week involving true tales of murder, hauntings, fetishes, aliens, conspiracies, and all things creepy!
Minor Murderers: Children Who Kill is a true crime podcast covering stories in which the killer was under the age of 18 at the time of the murder.
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Join host, Rob Breakenridge, as he offers his unique perspective on the most talked-about stories of the day every weekday afternoon.
Chris Widin and Harrison Stewart bring their nervous laughter to the week’s news in this show about societal collapse and real, real bad content.
The latest news around the Philadelphia region from KYW Newsradio.
An unflinching look at Boston's criminal underbelly. The host, Barry Maguire, a veteran private investigator, will take you on a compelling journey through some of Boston's most infamous crimes! Barry was born and raised in South Boston and brings a unique Bostonian perspective to the true crime genre.
If you are looking for a queer positive and affirming view of the Bible, or you have a child, friend, relative or even a pastor who is struggling with these issues this series is for you. In this series we will address the “clobber verses” conservative churches use incorrectly to condemn same-sex couples. More importantly, we will discuss the many affirming verses in scripture God uses to bless sexual and gender minorities. The series was researched by Elton Sherwin, a retired executive and ...
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AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is "The Beta Version" of this podiobook. 7th Son: Descent is now available as a print novel from St. Martin's Press. During the editorial process, significant changes and improvements were made to Descent's print manuscript. Character names were changed, and events at the end of the print novel were modified in ways that will impact the rest of the print trilogy. The print novel represents an official reboot of the 7th Son series. Due to these changes, this "Beta Version" ...
An in-depth look at an important story affecting the African continent today.
Dr. Lindsay Weisner, Psychologist, talks with smart, sweary women about shit that matters. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neuroticnourishment/support
Over twenty consecutive months, Charles Dickens enthralled readers with his monthly installments of the novel Bleak House, a complex and compelling portrayal of the English judicial system. Serialized in his own magazine, Household Words, between 1852 and 1853, the book is deemed to be his finest work and is his ninth novel. Using an innovative literary technique known as “free indirect discourse,” where the narrator himself speaks through the medium of one of his main characters, Dickens us ...
True crime podcast focusing on cases in the Heartland of the US. We cover some well known and some not so well known cases close to us.
DeadLee serial is a true crime podcast that dives deep into the depths of the human psyche. Join Lora Deadrick and Lee Moffitt as we try to bring a little light into the darkness. A place where a dark sense of humor and morbid curiosity are a DEADLEE combination! New serial every week. Join us.... Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deadleeserial/support
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Children can be horrible to each other, but usually this is just bullying or a school fight, not torturing one another and beating them so badly they finally succumb to their injuries. Today we talk about the extremely graphic story of Junko Furuta. View Discretion is advised.By LouLou
On June 29, 2007, 21-year-old Andrew Bryan Mann and his 15-year-old pregnant girlfriend Amanda McGhee murdered her father and stepmother Terrance and Alisa McGhee, in Solway, Tennessee. Sponsored by EveryPlate! Music: We Talk of Dreams www.purple-planet.com For sources, visit:https://murderous-minors.onpodium.com/episode/all-for-love-amanda-mcghee-…
If you're thinking about renting a place down this summer, One realtor tells KYW Newsradio's South Jersey Reporter Mike Dougherty that... you may have already missed the boat.By Audacy
The Germantown home of a music legend is becoming a city landmark. KYW Newsradio's Justin Udo has the story of Sun Ra making history. (Photo credit: Justin Udo/KYW Newsradio)By Audacy
The founder of the area’s largest charter school network is stepping down, after more than two decades on the job. As KYW Newsradio's education reporter Mike DeNardo tells us, Mastery’s Scott Gordon is moving on to a new challenge…By Audacy
Adili Kea is the Chief of Operations and Development at SERV International in Canton and he joins the podcast to share about the work his organization is doing in Ukraine; i-Grad had it's first graduating class; And the GBI is investigating an officer involved shooting in Canton. #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - - The Cherokee Tribune …
The Penn Museum in University City has unveiled its summer events, and many of them are free. Details from KYW Newsradio's Shara Dae Howard:By Audacy
It's crazy how something as sweet looking as a doll could spark a string of horror movies and stories. Two roommates found out quickly that they had made a terrible mistake when they invited what they thought was a spirit of a little girl into a doll. Annabelle moved in easier than she could have imagined, and now that she was invited in, she has d…
A Philadelphia financial organization is kicking off its 100th year with scholarships for underprivileged students in the area. KYW Newsradio's Shara Dae Howard reports...By Audacy
Gov. Tom Wolf was joined by faith leaders, community activists and lawmakers at Temple Rodeph Shalom in Philadelphia for a rally against gun violence. KYW Newsradio's Community Impact reporter Racquel Williams says it was a cry for action. (Photo: Holli Stephens/KYW Newsradio)By Audacy
Not everyone has extravagant plans on this unofficial start of summer. This Memorial Day weekend, some people are spending the holiday close to home. KYW Newsradio's Hadas Kuznits has more on their local weekend plans.By Audacy
Today's guests: Brett Kissel, County music artic Mary Lynn Rajskub, actor/comedian / author: "Fame-ish: My Life at the Edge of Stardom" Lisa Kerr, Assistant Professor of Law - Queen's University Julius Grey, constitutional/human rights lawyer / senior partner - Grey Casgrain See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
Pottstown police have identified the victims of last night’s house explosion. Four of the five who were killed were children. KYW Suburban Bureau Chief Jim Melwert has the details. (Photo: Tim Jimenez/KYW Newsradio)By Audacy
Thursday night marked the final school board meeting for Philadelphia schools superintendent William Hite, who is leaving next month after a decade on the job. As KYW Education Reporter Mike DeNardo tells us, board members and the mayor commended Hite for his dedication.By Audacy
In the wake of mass shootings and a national outcry for gun legislation, Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court has denied Philadelphia’s request to regulate guns within city limits. KYW’s City Hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports, the City will appeal to the State Supreme Court. (Image credit: Getty Images)…
Millions of Americans are hitting the road this weekend, destined for Memorial Day getaways. AAA says about a half-million people from the Philadelphia area are expected to travel 50 miles or more this weekend. There are a lot of Pennsylvania license plates on the Atlantic City Expressway. KYW Newsradio's South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty is at …
The latest in the Pottstown house explosion from Thursday night. KYW Newsradio's suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert was live at the scene.By Audacy
Philadelphia’s Asian American, Pacific Islander, and immigrant and refugee community is extremely eclectic, just like the city itself. But as is the case with most marginalized groups, members of Philly’s AAPI population have been forced to face challenges and push through adversity. With Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month winding d…
Cherokee County School District's virtual school graduated its first senior class of 44 students Thursday at First Baptist Church of Woodstock. #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - - The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podca…
If you haven’t been down the shore since last summer, your favorite beach may not look the same. Some beaches remain closed after a nasty storm caused serious beach erosion. KYW South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty tells us people in Ocean City are still ready for a great season.By Audacy
What's your biggest flight pet peeve? CBS Senior Travel Editor Peter Greenberg has more.By Audacy
“Take care of your colon, and your colon will take care of you” — an old medical saying that KYW Medical Editor Dr. Brian McDonough says is as true today as it ever has been.By Audacy
It is a devastating scene in Pottstown, Montco this morning. A house explosion has killed four people and injured two people. And two are missing. KYWs Tim Jimenez is live with the story in the neighborhood where this happened.By Audacy
This Week on True Crime Daily The Podcast: A man accused of strangling his live-in girlfriend and living with the body for months (4:02). Plus, a foster mother convicted of shaking her baby to death to stop its cries (20:27). The hosts of Crime and Consequences (Tonya Corrado and Talia Goetting) join host Ana Garcia. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
At least four people are dead after an explosion that destroyed three homes in Pottstown. At least two others were unaccounted for. KYW Newsradio's Nina Baratti reports. (Photo: NBC10)By Audacy
Heading into budget season, the Republican chairmen of the House and Senate Appropriations committees appear to have lost their primaries. KYW Suburban Bureau Chief Jim Melwert reports. (Photo: benkrut/Getty Images)By Audacy
A festive layer of normalcy has returned to Old City, as a block party tradition came back Thursday evening after a two-year hiatus from the pandemic. KYW Newsradio's Nina Baratti reports.By Audacy
The beloved community cat was nursed back to health, after intentional dog attacks in Frankford a couple of months. Buddy has been in a foster home with the Veterinarian who helped save his life, and he gets to stay there. The Pennsylvania SPCA selected Dr. Katie Venanzi to adopt him. (Photo: PSPCA)By Audacy
There are a lot of competing bills in Philadelphia city council to offset the impact of new property assessments. Several more were introduced at Thursday's meeting, as KYW’s City Hall Bureau Chief Pat Loeb reports. (Photo: Holli Stephens/KYW Newsradio)By Audacy
An arbitration panel has ruled that Philadelphia firefighters must comply with the vaccine mandate for city workers. This is the fourth and final ruling on the mandate and confirms that all city employees must be vaccinated against COVID-19. (Photo: Ian Bush/KYW Newsradio)By Audacy
Hayley and the Knobs discuss the racial incident at Male High School, the inaccurate social media/media reports surrounding the Texas school shooting, Jussie Smollett's return to show business, and Johnny versus Amber coming to an end...By NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM)
Brian Karem, the White House correspondent for Playboy and political analyst for CNN, discusses how he got his White House press pass revoked (and how he got it back), his view of the insurrection, whether or not Trump will run again, the downfall/challenges of journalism and how to fix it, new you want versus news that you need, and his new book "…
May 25th marked two years since George Floyd was murdered by a police officer in Minneapolis. Have we made meaningful change since then? And just as this anniversary dawned, 21 people were killed in a school shooting in Texas. How can we cope with continued violence while we’re still healing? And how do we keep hope alive? The Rev. Dr. Charles L. H…
Students from several area schools protested against the Supreme Court’s leaked opinion indicating they plan to overturn Roe v. Wade. KYW’s Hadas Kuznits has more. (Image credit: Hadas Kuznits)By Audacy
As school districts all over the country consider their security protocols in the wake of the Uvalde shooting, officials in Camden say more police officers will be patrolling outside of schools for the foreseeable future. KYW South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty has more. (Photo: Mike Dougherty/KYW Newsradio)…
We now know the new names chosen for two Philadelphia schools that are moving away from namesakes with racist histories. As KYW education reporter Mike DeNardo tells us, the results of community votes were announced this week at the Sheridan Elementary and Wilson Middle schools. (Image credit: John J. Wilcox, Jr. Archives)…
They are among nearly 100 stores in the country to do so in the past 6 months. KYW's John McDevitt reports from Center City. (Image credit: John McDevitt)By Audacy
Team Johnny? Team Amber? So many people are engrossed in the disturbing, lurid and salacious details of the defamation case between actors/ex spouses Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, they can hardly talk about anything else. It has brought out the worst in both the public and those in the media and made them forget this is real life with farther reachi…
Testimony has wrapped for both sides in the sexual assault and corruption trial against Phillip Nordo, a fired homicide detective accused of attacking 3 men. As KYWs Crime and Justice reporter Kristen Johanson explains, closing arguments are expected today.By Audacy
The Woodstock City Council unanimously gave initial approval Monday of a $72.1 million proposed budget for the 2023 fiscal year. #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - - The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced…
At last, a solution for the snacker who can't figure out which craving to satisfy. CBS News correspondent Matt Pieper has more on what stands to be a limited merger: Oreo and Ritz crackers. (Photo credit: Oreo)By Audacy
As you make plans for summer travel, you may want to know: Which cities get the most sun and are literally the hottest? CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg reports.By Audacy
Many companies are starting to focus on their employees’ happiness and overall well-being with designated managers to oversee those efforts. KYW Newsradio’s John McDevitt explains.By Audacy
Sarun Chan is making a name for himself as a leader and influencer, serving as the executive director of the Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia. The path leading the 36-year-old from South Philadelphia to this point has been a journey of understanding and acceptance. KYW Newsradio's Denise Nakano has more.…
Thursday is the last day that Philadelphia City Council members can introduce a bill in time to have it pass before the summer recess. KYW Newsradio’s City Hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports a package of bills to soften the impact of new tax assessments is expected.By Audacy
An effort by Democrats in the Pennsylvania House to pass a bill that would ban assault weapons was stopped in its tracks. In the meantime, there’s movement to get something done in the U.S. Senate. KYW Newsradio's Tim Jimenez is live with the details. (Photo credit: Getty Images)By Audacy
Is 10,000 steps a day the magic number for great health? It seems too good to be true. KYW Medical Editor Dr. Brian McDonough takes a closer look.By Audacy
The two former police officers who sued the city in a gender discrimination and sexual harassment suit leading up to Philadelphia’s police commissioner resigning, have been awarded $1 million dollars. As KYW’s Antionette Lee tells us, the city says they are considering appealing the verdict…By Audacy