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Mark Arum

Mark Arum weeknights 10p-Midnight on 95.5FM/AM750 News/Talk WSB or WSBRadio.com

The Mark Arum Show 12-12-19

Topics: Tonight on the show: Water Wars!!! Atlanta drivers are apparently, the worst; plus Lil Sanjay with Would You Rather! 6-8pm on 95.5 WSB. #preesh
Posted: December 12, 2019

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Neal Boortz Daily Commentaries

Clips and bits from The Neal Boortz Radio Show

Neal Boortz The Last Commentary

Topics: Neal Boortz The Last Commentary
Posted: August 23, 2019

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Bulls & Bears Show

The Bulls & Bears radio show is designed to motivate and encourage regular people to step out and put their money to work for themselves.

Bulls & Bears Show December 9, 2019: Segment 4

Topics: Steve Champa and Adam Matisko, Sundays 6-7pm on 95.5 WSB.
Posted: December 10, 2019

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Jamie Dupree - Washington Insider

The latest political news from the heart of it all, Washington DC. Coverage of elections, Supreme Court, Congress, etc.

Jamie Dupree 12-13-19

Topics: Congress-spending; Impeachment-Friday.
Posted: December 13, 2019

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The Erick Erickson Show

Hear Erick Erickson live every night 4pm-6pm on News 95.5FM/AM750 WSB

The Erick Erickson Show 12-12-19

Topics: New of the day.
Posted: December 12, 2019

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The Clark Howard Podcast

Save more and spend less is more than just a motto for money expert Clark Howard; it’s a way of life. Clark and his crew — Team Clark — are on a mission to empower people to take control of their personal finances by providing money-saving tips, consumer advice, hot deals and economic news to help everyone achieve financial freedom. Clark is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and a consumer reporter for television stations around the country. His podcast, The Clark Howard Show, receives more than one million downloads each month and is a hub for listeners to get valuable advice on-demand any time. Clark answers questions on the most popular business and consumer topics including; how to buy a cars, financing a home, retirement planning, shopping for insurance and getting the most out of your savings. Join the conversation and submit your question to www.clark.com/askclark . Clark spearheads two free resources — Clark.com and ClarkDeals.com — to encourage consumers to save more, spend less and avoid ripoffs.

12.12.19 Emerging jobs to consider; Avoiding fund mistakes when investing

Topics: LinkedIn has published a list of the top 10 emerging jobs. The trend is clear: STEM jobs are happening. 7 out of 10 are related to tech, computers and science. Don’t go STEM if you have no aptitude. But if so, the career paths are wide open. Some for profit schools have taken advantage of students, recruiting them with false promises. The University of Phoenix has historically enjoyed a good reputation. Now the school must absorb a $50 M penalty and $141 in student loan debt from students who attended under false pretenses, having been told the school had corporate partners directly hiring graduates. The FTC found that was all made up. False advertising to this effect started in 2012. Students enrolling based on those false promises of corporate partnerships are eligible to apply for having their loans wiped out. A Financial Review study looks at how people choose the funds in a 401k. An employer will supply a list of fund choices. People are most likely to put money into the first 4 funds they see on the list. If you’re not into investing and your plan offers a target retirement funds, that’s the easiest, wisest choice to make. Pick the year closes to your projected retirement and the fund adjusts accordingly over time. For Roth investing, also do the target retirement fund. Keep it simple. If your company 401k offering doesn’t have target retirement funds, if you’re under age 45, put the money a total stock market index fund, or a 500 stock index fund. You could also put some of your money into a total international index fund. Conservative investors should consider putting 20% in a total bond index fund. 3 funds could get your money widely allocated to lower risk in times of decline. Choose target retirement funds when available. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Posted: December 12, 2019

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Monica Perez

Monica Perez Talk Show on WSB Saturday 3-6pm

Monica Perez Show 10/26/19 hour 2

Topics: Monica Perez Show 10/26/19 hour 2
Posted: October 28, 2019

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Lawn and Garden with Walter Reeves

The Lawn & Garden Show with Walter Reeves airs every Saturday 6-9a on News/talk WSB.

Lawn and Garden Show 12/07/19 hour 3

Topics: Lawn and Garden Show 12/07/19 hour 3
Posted: December 09, 2019

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Money Matters with Wes Moss

Wes Moss, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ answers questions from listeners and discusses the latest money news on this live call-in show which has been on the air since 1992. In each episode, Wes covers topics related to investing, retirement, pensions, insurance, and economics. Author of You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think, Wes is focused on helping people retire sooner and happier. For more information visit WesMoss.com.

Lump Sum v. Regular Pension Payments: What's the Best Option?

Topics: Stock market performance has predicted presidential elections 87% of the time since 1928. Also, can buying a life insurance policy allow you to take a higher monthly pension amount?
Posted: December 08, 2019

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O'Neill Outside

Saturdays 4am-6am

O'Neill Outside 120719

Topics: Hour 2
Posted: December 08, 2019

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Perspectives with Condace Pressley

Perspectives with Condace Pressley is a half hour where we talk about how we are different and find out how much we really have in common.

Perspectives S30 / Ep45 Fathers Inc.

Topics: Family is the center of the holiday season. Listen to my conversation with John Braswell CEO of Fathers, Inc. This nonprofit works to build stronger families and communities through the promotion of responsible fatherhood.
Posted: December 09, 2019

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Belinda Skelton's Atlanta Living

Belinda Skelton's Atlanta Living

Atlanta Living 120819

Topics: 1 Hour Show
Posted: December 08, 2019

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The Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine is on every morning from Nine to Noon on News 95.5 and AM 750 WSB in Atlanta, Georgia. The radio hours are followed by an exclusive podcast. All are included in this feature.

The Von Haessler Doctrine S6/E221 - Small Paul

Topics: Join Eric and the Doctrinaires as they chat about English politics, lazy reporters, tropes, and much more!
Posted: December 12, 2019

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WSB Traffic Podcast with Doug "Fireball" Turnbull and Smilin' Mark McKay

Doug Turnbull and Mark McKay talk Metro Atlanta traffic issues with the rest of the members of WSB Triple Team Traffic, local transportation officials, and YOU the listener.

9/10/2019: Dynamite, Dorian, and the post-Labor Day boom

Topics: Smilin' and Fireball huddle in the WSB Skycopter hangar to discuss some recent nasty crashes on the Atlanta roads. They also talk about some traffic spots that have gotten especially bad after Labor Day and how Hurricane Dorian affected Atlanta traffic.
Posted: September 10, 2019

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Never Played the Game

The “Never Played the Game” podcast is hosted by WSB-TV Sports Director Zach Klein.

Episode 86 - Bruce Heppler - Head Golf Coach at Georgia Tech

Topics: Zach visits with the 9-time ACC Coach of the year and finds out how someone with a CPA working in Salt Lake City, goes on to be a member of the Golf Coaches Hall of Fame. From recruiting Tiger Woods.. to the pranks from Matt Kuchar.. to never winning a National Title.. Bruce Heppler delivers.
Posted: September 27, 2018

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WSB On-Demand Audio

WSB On-Demand Audio

Sandra Parrish interviews former Clark's Christmas Kids

Topics: WSB's Sandra Parrish interviews former Clark's Christmas Kids
Posted: December 12, 2019

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News

  • The remains of six victims of a deadly volcano eruption in New Zealand have been recovered. Sixteen people were killed on White Island when a volcano there unexpectedly erupted Monday, The Associated Press reported. Eight military specialists recovered six of the eight victims believed to be on the island, and the bodies will be taken to Auckland for identification, CNN reported. Due to toxic gases still being released from the volcano, the team had to wear protective suits and breathing gear to be on the island, the AP reported. The search had to end as air supplies ran low, the New York Times reported. An additional recovery mission is planned to find a tour guide and boat captain who had taken tourists to the island. At least one of them is expected to be in the water, but the other person’s location is unknown, the AP reported. Forty-seven tourists, many from a Royal Caribbean cruise, and guides were on the island when the volcano exploded. Many of the people who survived were burned. Fifteen tourists not from Australia are in burn units across the country with 11 listed as very critical. Thirteen Australians who were part of the tour have all returned to their home country, the AP reported. Skin banks are sending tissues to hospitals to help treat the burns, as medical teams from Australia, Britain and the U.S. travel to New Zealand to help treat patients, the AP reported.
  • A Minnesota man was sentenced Wednesday to more than 24 years in prison in the death of his 13-day-old son. Michael Herkal, 33, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, nearly 16 months to the day after Apple Valley police responded to an Aug. 12, 2018, medical call for an infant not breathing, WCCO reported. The child died two days later, after doctors determined he had suffered a skull fracture and bleeding in his brain. Herkal was charged initially with felony assault and malicious punishment of a child, but three additional charges of murder were filed after authorities received the autopsy report, KARE11 reported. According to WCCO, Herkal initially told authorities his toddler pulled the newborn off the couch twice but later claimed the baby slipped from his hands and fell onto a coffee table during a diaper change. During his plea hearing, however, Herkal admitted he also shook the infant violently and slapped him, the TV station reported.
  • Major League Baseball announced substantial changes Thursday to its drug use and testing policy, multiple news outlets reported. In addition to removing marijuana from its “drugs of abuse” category – making it the first major US sports league to do so – the organization announced mandatory testing for the presence of opioids, cocaine, synthetic THC, LSD and fentanyl, ABC News reported. Per the policy revisions, players will still be tested for “natural cannabinoids” such as THC, CBD, and marijuana, but punishment for violations will now be treated similarly to those of the alcohol and violence policies, ABC News reported. 'Going forward, marijuana-related conduct will be treated the same as alcohol-related conduct under the Parties’ Joint Treatment Program for Alcohol-Related and Off-Field Violent Conduct, which provides mandatory evaluation, voluntary treatment and the possibility of discipline by a Player’s Club or the Commissioner’s Office in response to certain conduct involving Natural Cannabinoids,” the league, in association with its players union, stated. According to NPR, the policy changes will take effect during 2020 spring training.  “The opioid epidemic in our country is an issue of significant concern to Major League Baseball,” MLB Chief Legal Officer Dan Halem said in a prepared statement, adding, “It is our hope that this agreement - which is based on principles of prevention, treatment, awareness and education - will help protect the health and safety of our Players.” Read more here and here.
  • Seeking emergency mental health assistance could soon be as simple as dialing 988, federal regulators announced Thursday. The Federal Communications Commission formally began the process Thursday to designate 988 as a nationwide suicide prevention and mental health crisis hotline. “The three-digit number is really going to be a breakthrough in terms of reaching people in a crisis,” Dwight Holton, CEO of suicide prevention nonprofit Lines for Life, told USA Today. “No one is embarrassed to call 911 for a fire or an emergency. No one should be embarrassed to call 988 for a mental health emergency.' According to The Wall Street Journal, the new hotline is intended to simplify access to services available currently by dialing 1-800-273-TALK, the existing National Suicide Prevention Hotline. Once operational, dialing 988 would connect callers to the existing hotline and then route them to nearby crisis centers equipped to provide assistance. “We believe this historical and critical effort will turn the tide on reducing suicides and promote mental wellness in the United States,” said a statement from Kimberly Williams, chief executive of Vibrant Emotional Health, the nonprofit that administers the lifeline, The Journal reported. Read more here and here.
  • An emergency landing by a single-engine plane snarled traffic Thursday night on Interstate 5 in San Diego, multiple news outlets reported. Ian Gregor, public affairs manager for the Federal Aviation Administration, told KNSD the Cessna 182 made a hard landing on the southbound lanes around 7:15 p.m. Within 30 minutes authorities had re-opened two southbound lanes, KFMB reported. Carlsbad Fire Division Chief Mike Lopez told KNSD a man and a woman were on board traveling from the San Gabriel Airport in Los Angeles to McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad. According to KFMB, no injuries were reported, and the plane did not strike any motorists. “They did a pretty good job landing this thing,” Lopez told KNSD, adding, “The skill of that pilot, he did a stellar job.”
  • A Fort Gibson man recently showed off his blacksmith skills by taking first place in a competition television show. Nic Overton, 23, earned the top spot on the History Channel’s “Forged in Fire,” which is centered around blacksmith work. Along with bragging rights, Overton won a $10,000 prize. Overton told KOKI he’s been fascinated with blacksmithing since he was a child and crafted his first knife out of a railroad spike. He managed to turn his hobby into a career. He owns his own business called Nix Knives.