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Kilmeade & Friends

Kilmeade & Friends

Kilmeade & Friends

Midnight - 3am Midnight - 3am | Monday-Friday

One of Fox News Channel’s most recognizable personalities, Brian Kilmeade, co-host of the popular FOX & Friends morning show, delivers a unique brand of radio to FOX News Talk.    Brian engages listeners with a wide-range of topics and issues,...

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The Dana Loesch Show

The Dana Loesch Show

The Dana Loesch Show

3am - 4am 3am - 4am | Monday-Friday

Dana Loesch hosts her award-winning, nationally syndicated daily radio show, The Dana Show: The Conservative Alternative from Dallas, Texas where she also hosts “Dana” on The Blaze television network. Dana appears regularly on Fox News, ABC, CNN, among...

The Herman Cain Show

The Herman Cain Show

The Herman Cain Show

4am - 4:30am 4am - 4:30am | Monday-Thursday

Herman Cain is an award-winning local talk radio host, author, business executive, syndicated columnist and 2012 GOP presidential candidate. Herman replaces long-time listener favorite and national Radio Hall of Fame member Neal Boortz, who retired in January 2013...

Call in: 877312100

O'Neill Outdoors

O'Neill Outdoors

O'Neill Outdoors

4am - 4:30am 4am - 4:30am | Friday

68 years old, born in Atlanta, Georgia under a falling barometer and wind out of the west. I’m 5’ 7” tall on a good dry day, shorter when it’s raining. Weigh in at 208 pounds... again, more when it’s wet. I know, I know, I’m fat...

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Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

4:30am - 9am 4:30am - 9am | Monday-Friday

Join Atlanta’s Morning News with Scott Slade weekday mornings on WSB to start your day with the news, weather and traffic you need from WSB.  

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The Herman Cain Show

The Herman Cain Show

The Herman Cain Show

9am - 11am 9am - 11am | Monday-Friday

Herman Cain is an award-winning local talk radio host, author, business executive, syndicated columnist and 2012 GOP presidential candidate. Herman replaces long-time listener favorite and national Radio Hall of Fame member Neal Boortz, who retired in January 2013...

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The Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine

11am - Noon 11am - Noon | Monday-Friday

The steadfast Libertarian with an open mind, Atlanta radio listeners have been tuning in to hear the commentary and humor of Eric Von Haessler for nearly 20 years. 'Think of 'The Von Haessler Doctrine' as The World According to Eric”, says Eric.

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Rush Limbaugh Show

Rush Limbaugh Show

Rush Limbaugh Show

Noon - 3pm Noon - 3pm | Monday-Friday

Rush Limbaugh launched his phenomenally successful radio broadcast into national syndication on August 1, 1988, with 56 radio stations. Twenty years later it is heard on nearly 600 stations by up to 20 million people each week and is the highest rated national radio...

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The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

3pm - 5pm 3pm - 5pm | Monday-Friday

Sean Hannity is a multimedia superstar, spending four hours a day every day reaching out to millions of Americans on radio, television and internet.   The Sean Hannity Radio Show has over 500 affiliates nationwide and counting. Sean is heard by roughly 13.5...

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Atlanta's Evening News & Erick Erickson

Atlanta's Evening News & Erick Erickson

Atlanta's Evening News & Erick Erickson

5pm - 7pm 5pm - 7pm | Monday-Friday

Erick Erickson practiced law for six years and oversaw a number of political campaigns at the federal, state, and local levels. He was also an elected city councilman in Macon, Georgia.  In addition to hosting a show on WSB radio Erickson is a Fox News contributor...

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The Mark Arum Show

The Mark Arum Show

The Mark Arum Show

7pm - 9pm 7pm - 9pm | Monday-Friday

Mark has worked as a sports writer in New York and Connecticut for eight years, covering professional and collegiate sports before moving to Atlanta. He graduated from Marist College in New York with a degree in journalism and public relations and has appeared on...

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The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

9pm - 10pm 9pm - 10pm | Monday-Friday

A gutsy talk-show host who always lands on the “right side” of the issues,  Sean Hannity’s energy, charisma and Reagan conservatism has scored high points with audiences and critics alike as he continues to be one of the hottest commodities...

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The Clark Howard Show

The Clark Howard Show

The Clark Howard Show

10pm - Midnight 10pm - Midnight | Monday-Friday

Radio Pocket Protector, Clark Howard. Howard has carved out a formidable following as the foremost authority on all things economic. In 1993, Clark opened the Consumer Action Center, a fully staffed service that answers consumers' questions located here in Atlanta...

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News

  • Channel 2 Action News has learned former state Sen. Steen Miles has died. Miles, the daughter of a pastor, came to Atlanta in 1984 as a journalist. In 2001, Miles was hired as chief media relations officer for MARTA, and served as the transit system's spokeswoman. In 2003, she hosted the talk show 'Faith in the City Forum,' a discussion of current events and public policy from diverse faith perspectives. In 2005, Miles threw her hat into the political ring and was elected as state senator for Georgia's 43 rd District. 'While in the Senate, she wrote and/or co-sponsored 71 pieces of legislation and resolutions. Miles ran for lieutenant governor of Georgia in 2006, and in 2008, became a contributing columnist to The Champion Newspaper. She was a candidate in the 2014 elections for U.S. Senate,' according to her biography on The History Makers website . Miles lived in Decatur and is survived by two daughters, Kellie and Heather, as well as two grandchildren, William and Kellea. Information for this article from The History Makers.
  • A principal at a Christian school in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is facing child porn charges. Jeff Goss is the principal at the Christian Education Alliance in west Tulsa. Goss was arrested Tuesday morning by federal officials after they reportedly caught Goss using an online application to view child pornography. >> Watch the news report here Authorities said the application lets people enter chat rooms and share videos, pictures and more. Agents from Phoenix said Goss showed his face in the chat room, and they were able to track his IP address. Goss reportedly confessed to using the app at least five times. >> Read more trending news Agents said he preferred children ages 10 to 12 and did not care if they were girls or boys. Goss allegedly told officers that he primarily teaches children ages 12 and 13. School officials said they did not find out about the allegations against Goss until FOX23.com called them. They said he did not show up to work Wednesday. The station confirmed that he is in the Tulsa County Jail. The school's website says that it has served home-school families for more than 20 years.
  • President Donald Trump is vowing to step up efforts to combat the nation's opioid addiction crisis, and he's tapped New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to lead the fight. Trump convened an emotional roundtable Wednesday with Christie, members of his Cabinet, law enforcement chiefs, recovering addicts and advocates. It was the first public event tied to the launch of a new addiction commission that Christie, a longtime Trump friend and formal rival, will chair. Trump listened intently as Vanessa Vitolo and AJ Solomon, two recovering addicts from New Jersey, described their harrowing battles with substance abuse. Both became hooked on prescription pain killers, and quickly transitioned to heroin. Trump also heard from a mother whose son died from an overdose after a long battle with addition. Her son, Trump told the mother, hadn't died in vain. 'We want to help those who have become so badly addicted. Drug abuse has become a crippling problem throughout the United States,' said Trump, citing statistics that show drug overdose is now the leading cause of accidental death in the country. 'This is a total epidemic and I think it's probably, almost un-talked about compared to the severity that we're witnessing.' Christie, a longtime friend of the president, headed Trump's presidential transition before he was unceremoniously replaced by incoming Vice President Mike Pence in the days after the election due to disagreements over its direction. While the governor has long maintained that he plans to complete his last year in office before moving to the private sector, speculation remains that he is eyeing a top job in the administration, and people close to him have said he is open to potentially joining it one day. Christie told The Associated Press earlier Wednesday that while he has 'no interest in having a permanent role' in the Trump administration at this time, he was happy to spearhead the anti-drug effort at Trump's request. 'He asked me to help with this and I'm going to,' Christie said. 'It's an issue that I care about a lot in New Jersey and for the country and so the president asked me to do this and I was happy to.' Christie has made the issue of addiction a centerpiece of his administration and spoke extensively about it during his own presidential bid. He has dedicated his final year in office to addressing the drug crisis. Last month, he signed legislation that limits first-time opioid prescriptions to five days' worth of drugs and requires state-regulated health insurers to cover at least six months of substance abuse treatment. 'This issue causes enormous pain and destruction to everyday families in every state in this country,' said Christie, who has been working behind the scenes with White House officials since shortly after Trump's inauguration. Trump promised during his campaign to stop drugs from 'pouring' into the country, and said the new group would work with local officials, law enforcement, medical professionals and addicts to improve treatment options, prevent people from getting hooked in the first place and stop the flow of drugs across the border. He signed an executive order formally establishing the commission later Thursday. 'Drug cartels have spread their deadly industry across our nation, and the availability of cheap narcotics — some of it comes in cheaper than candy — has devastated our communities,' he said. But critics say that Trump's actions as president so far undermine his rhetoric. The failed GOP 'Obamacare' replacement bill that Trump pushed to pass sought to end the Medicaid expansion, which provides substance abuse and mental health treatment. It also would have stripped requirements that insurance plans provide the services as 'essential' benefits. 'There is a massive gulf between President Trump's promises to tackle this crisis and the policies this administration has proposed during his first two months in office,' said New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, a Democrat, who also called on the commission to reevaluate other budget cuts the administration has proposed. The commission was rolled out as part of a new office led by Trump's son-in-law and top adviser Jared Kushner, whose father Christie prosecuted in his former role as U.S. attorney. Christie, who had lunch with Kushner Tuesday, downplayed reports of tensions between the two, calling it 'ancient history.' Christie's history with drug policy dates to his first elected position in county government more than 20 years ago. The issue became personal more than a decade later, when one of Christie's best friends from law school developed an addiction to prescription drugs and died of an overdose in a New Jersey motel. The focus also gives Christie a chance to try to move past negative headlines that have helped fuel his unpopularity in New Jersey. As Christie was appearing at the White House, two former aides were sentenced for their roles in the 2013 George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal. Bill Baroni was sentenced to two years in prison, while co-defendant Bridget Kelly was sentenced to 18 months after they were convicted last November on counts including wire fraud, conspiracy and misusing the bridge for improper purposes. The scandal derailed Christie's presidential aspirations and may have cost him a chance to be then-GOP nominee Trump's running mate — a role Christie openly courted. Several of Christie's former aides now work in the Trump administration. __ Associated press writers Vivian Salama in Washington and Josh Cornfield in Trenton, New Jersey, contributed to this report.
  • The world's oldest and most experienced spacewoman, Peggy Whitson, broke another record Thursday as she floated out of the International Space Station to set up a new parking spot. It was the eighth spacewalk of her career, the most ever performed by a woman. Whitson and her spacewalking partner, station commander Shane Kimbrough, ventured out to complete prep work on a docking port. Kimbrough disconnected the port during a spacewalk last Friday and then flight controllers in Houston moved it to a new location Sunday. It will serve as a parking spot for commercial crew capsules under development by SpaceX and Boeing. The spacewalkers needed to hook up vital heater cables to the docking port and install shields to protect against strikes by micrometeorites. 'You guys be safe and enjoy your time out,' French astronaut Thomas Pesquet radioed from inside the space station. This will serve as the second of two docking ports for the future SpaceX and Boeing crew capsules. SpaceX will launch the final piece of this particular port later this year or early next year. Midway through Thursday's spacewalk, Whitson will surpass the current record for women of 50 hours and 40 minutes of total accumulated spacewalking time, held by former space station resident Sunita Williams. Williams is one of four NASA astronauts who will make the initial test flights of the SpaceX Crew Dragon and Boeing Starliner capsules. The first flight could occur as early as next year. The 57-year-old Whitson has been in orbit since November. This is her third space station stint. Altogether, she's spent more than 500 days off the planet, also more than any other woman. She's scheduled to return to Earth in June, but may stick around an extra three months, until September. NASA is hoping to take advantage of an extra seat in the Russian Soyuz spacecraft that's due to launch next month and return in September. A decision is expected soon. NASA, meanwhile, has indefinitely delayed a spacewalk that had been scheduled for next week. A shipment containing replacement parts needed for that spacewalk is on hold because of rocket concerns at Cape Canaveral, Florida; the delivery should have been there by now. Shipper Orbital ATK is relying on the United Launch Alliance's Atlas V to haul up the goods. ___ Online: NASA: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html