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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,...

Call in: 866-408-7669

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-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...

Call in: 877-310-2100

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 Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine

9am - 11am 9am - 11am | 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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The Herman Cain Show

The Herman Cain Show

The Herman Cain Show

11am - Noon 11am - Noon | 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...

Call in: 877-310-2100

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 the internet. Nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks, The Sean Hannity Show has more than 570 affiliates nationwide. Heard...

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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...

Call in: 800-941-7326

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

  • Authorities are investigating after receiving reports Monday morning of a shooting at a high school in Texas, the Ellis County Sheriff's Office confirmed. >> Read more trending news
  • Dramatic video captured the moment a Georgia girl was thrown off a ladder and caught by a heroic firefighter weeks ago. Now, the two have reunited.  >> Watch the news report here WSB-TV was there when DeKalb County Fire Capt. Scott Stroup met the girl this weekend.  >> WATCH: Firefighter catches child thrown from burning building The fire ripped through the Avondale Forest Apartments on Jan. 3.  >> Need something to lift your spirits? Read more uplifting news  Helmet camera video showed the moment the toddler was dropped down to a firefighter as the flames roared around them. >> Read more trending news  An estimated 50 people were left without a place to live after the massive fire at the Decatur apartment complex. >> Watch the raw video here
  • The White House says President Donald Trump is focused on minimizing the harm Democrats are causing through the government shutdown.Spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that managing the shutdown is the 'biggest part of the process' for Trump. She says the president is taking the 'absolute opposite approach' from President Barack Obama's administration, which she says tried to 'weaponize' a 16-day shutdown in 2013.Trump has been criticized for not meeting with lawmakers since a lunch Friday with Democratic New York Sen. Chuck Schumer.Trump also hasn't appeared in public since Friday. The White House released photos showing him in the Oval Office on Saturday and meeting with staff.Budget director Mick Mulvaney says he's meeting with Trump later Monday to go over the 'mechanics' of a shutdown.
  • A Michigan doctor who came to the United States nearly 40 years ago has been detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, WXMI reported. >> Read more trending news Lukasz Niec, who works at Bronson Healthcare in Kalamazoo, came to the United States from Poland with his parents in 1979. His family said Niec had a green card and permanent legal resident status, WXMI reported. ICE agents picked up Niec on Tuesday, his family said. His sister, Ivona Niec-Villaire, said two misdemeanors -- one for destruction of property and the other for receiving stolen property -- were included in the charging documents, and she told WXMI it was her belief that these charges were the reason ICE had detained the doctor. “When I walked into that jail cell and I had to look at him through the glass and talk with him on the phone ... I just broke down into tears,” Niec-Villaire told WXMI. “He’s scared and he’s humbled at how everyone has rallied behind him. And the first thing he said to me was, ‘I’m sorry I’m putting you through this.’ And I said, ‘You don’t have to be sorry you did nothing wrong.’” Relatives are hoping Niec’s case will be heard in early February, but said it could be weeks or even months before that occurs, WXMI reported.
  • A town less than two miles from the George Washington Bridge is putting up the 'keep out' sign for motorists seeking a shortcut to the world's busiest span.As a response to navigation apps that re-route some of the tens of thousands of vehicles headed to the bridge each morning, the New Jersey town of Leonia started barring the use of side streets to non-residents during the morning and evening commutes Monday. Violators could face a $200 fine.Local officials and police have said the decision isn't a hasty one and that they've done extensive studies of traffic patterns.Police Chief Thomas Rowe said studies have shown more than 2,000 vehicles often pass through town from just one of the three exits off Interstate 95. Leonia has about 9,200 residents and a police force of 18.'We are in a unique situation here,' Rowe said. 'We are a small town in a very busy area with a very small police force.'Maria Favale, who has lived in Leonia for nearly 30 years, said recently she tried to get to her church one morning through the congested downtown and nearly gave up.Standing outside the borough hall Monday, she noticed a marked difference: Fewer cars.'I don't know if it's because it's the first day and people are worried about tickets, but it's been great,' Favale said. 'It's beautiful; so peaceful. I can't believe it.'More than 140,000 vehicles cross the bridge each day, most during commuting hours, and when there is an accident, lane closure or other problem, it has a ripple effect. On one such day in 2014, a woman in Leonia was struck and dragged by a school bus and later died.Leonia's traffic problems have been exacerbated in the last several years as navigation apps such as Waze have exploded in popularity. They are programmed to send motorists to faster routes — and not necessarily with regard for where those routes go, Rowe said.'Any road that's open can be used regardless of topography, width, whether it's through a school zone,' he said. 'Sometimes I think they need to do a better job of seeing whether a road is suitable for cut-through traffic.'That said, Rowe said Waze has been 'extremely helpful and extremely cooperative' and has changed its app to reflect the road closures.Rowe said his officers initially will give motorists warnings, but will eventually begin writing tickets.Leonia's plan has struck a chord around the world: Rowe and Mayor Judah Zeigler have fielded interview requests from France and Canada, as well as from the major television networks and CNN.Road crews have been putting 'Do Not Enter' signs on about 60 side streets in town. Residents are exempted from the restrictions, if they display a yellow tag hanging from their rearview mirror. About 1,400 tags had been mailed to residents as of last week.'If we never write one ticket, I'd be very happy' Rowe said. 'Hopefully it will change people's driving behavior; that's the goal here.
  • Adam and Eva were not acting normally.  The labradoodles were pacing like they urgently needed to go out at 4:30  a.m. >> Read more trending news '(Adam) never tugged on my clothes before, so I was a cautious about letting them out because I didn't know if there was anything out there,' Lonnie Chester told MLive.com. In the snow and darkness, the dogs found a woman in her late 80s, wearing only a nightgown, who had fallen and was struggling in the frigid cold. 'She looked up at me and said, 'I'm so cold,'' Chester said. 'I have no idea how long she had been out there. She must have been terrified.' When they found the woman on Jan. 13 it was 9 degrees that morning. They called 911, and personnel came to the scene and treated the woman.  Family, who had been looking for the woman, came to the Chester’s house as rescue crews were there and asked if they had seen the woman. 'It could have been a tragic outcome had Adam and Eva not woken us,' Susan Chester told MLive.com. 'I don't know how they knew she was out there.