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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 05-21-18

Topics: Tonight on the show: Movie Monday! 7-9pm on News 95-5 and AM 750 WSB. #preesh
Posted: May 21, 2018

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Neal Boortz Daily Commentaries

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Neal Boortz 5-21-18

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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 May 20, 2018: Segment 5

Topics: Steve Champa and Adam Matisko, Sundays 6-7pm on News 95.5 and AM750 WSB.
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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 06-14-16

Topics: Jamie Dupree and Herman Cain talk about Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and the final primary.
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The Erick Erickson Show

Hear Erick Erickson live every night 5p-7p on News 95.5FM/AM750 WSB and http://www.wsbradio.com/

The Erick Erickson Show 05-21-18

Topics: Tonight on the show, spying on the Trump campaign, Speaker Ryan having real problems, fake attacks on Nikki Haley and everyones last ditch effort to make the runoff in the Georgia gubernatorial race.
Posted: May 21, 2018

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The Clark Howard Podcast

Money expert Clark Howard shows you practical money-saving ideas to help you Save More, Spend Less, and Avoid Ripoffs. He helps you keep more of what you make and invest your money wisely.

Clark Howard 5.22.18

Topics: Topics: Are Zillow's "zestimates" legitimate predictors of home value?; Watch out for fake patent companies; Debt for folks over 75 is skyrocketing - and that's scary

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Posted: May 22, 2018

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Monica Perez

Monica Perez Talk Show on WSB Saturday 3-6pm

Monica Perez Show 5/19/18 hour 3

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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 5/19/18 hour 2

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Money Matters with Wes Moss

Money Matters with Wes Moss

Participation vs Perfection (Part 2)

Topics: Most investors feel as though market timing is everything, when in reality sheer long term participation in stocks often trumps perfect timing.  Caller questions include “should I own a tripple short Nasdaq ETF, what will my taxes be on the sale of my $800K in-town bungalow, and now that I’m 70 what should I do with the $180K that I just received?”
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O'Neill Outside

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Perspectives with Condace Pressley

Perspectives with Condace Pressley

Perspectives with Condace Pressley: Maria Shriver; Food and Nutrition Outreach

Topics: We talk about bone health with dietitian, and Manager of Food and Nutrition Outreach with The Dairy Alliance. Then Emmy Award winning journalist, and producer, Maria Shriver, joins Condace to talk about her new book, "I've Been Thinking ...: Reflections, Prayers, and Meditations for a Meaningful Life."
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Belinda Skelton's Atlanta Living

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The Von Haessler Doctrine

The Von Haessler Doctrine S4/E091 - Human Stew

Topics: Join Eric and the Doctrinaires as they chat about trade war holds, royal wedding nonsense, Starbuck’s restrooms, and much more!
Posted: May 21, 2018

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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.

Three months full! 4/20/2018

Topics: Smilin' and Fireball yak for quite a long time about many subjects, including a terrible I-285 wreck, car maintenance, the importance of AAA, and the I-75 Express Lanes. They also share memories of Jon Lewis and Captain Herb Emory.
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We Never Played the Game

The “We Never Played the Game” podcast is hosted by WSB-TV Sports Director Zach Klein and Atlanta Journal Constitution Sports Columnist Jeff Schultz.

Episode 83 - Alex Anthopoulos - Atlanta Braves General Manager

Topics: Zach and Jeff visit with 1st year Atlanta Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos on his journey from a former HVAC owner in Canada to MLB Executive of the Year. Alex opens up on the death of his father, paying his way to 'Scouting School', leaving a dream job as GM of the Toronto Blue Jays, receiving the call to interview for the Braves and how long it will take to bring Atlanta a World Series title.
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Herman Cain MLK 50

Topics: Herman Cain talks about the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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  • Northgate High School and Canongate Elementary School in Coweta County were placed on lockdown after school officials said a person with a gun was seen nearby. According to Coweta County School, the school was notified by law enforcement officials that there was somebody walking down Fischer Road in Newnan with a gun Tuesday.  The road is adjacent to the school.  The schools were placed on Code Red Alert, but later downgraded to Code Yellow. Cannongate Elementary was also put on Code Yellow lockdown around 11:20 a.m. Both schools stayed in a Code Yellow lockdown as a precaution until they went home.   Dean Jackson with Coweta County Schools said parents were notified by email, text and letter.  Dean said that some parents came and checked their kids out of school.   The suspect has not yet been caught, officials said.  Northgate High School and Canongate Elementary School are continuing on heightened security at this time, as a precaution only, while law enforcement investigates an incident in northeastern Coweta. Northgate HS moved to a code yellow status at approximately 12:50 p.m.,— Coweta Schools (@CowetaSchools) May 22, 2018 NewsChopper 2 was over the scene. We're working to get updates for Channel 2 Action News starting at 4 p.m. TRENDING STORIES: Patient says she woke up from surgery in hotel room with sandwich in hand 'American Idol' reveals its 2 finalists are dating before announcing winner 2 victims of cougar attack identified, friends grieving death of avid cyclist  
  • Rain and a few storms could put a damper on your Memorial Day plans. Stay weather aware this week with in-depth coverage from Kirk Mellish.
  • The NFL has passed a new rule for this season that says any player who initiates contact with his helmets is subject to ejection after an in-game video review that will be decided in New York. Al Riveron, the league's head of officiating, said a foul can be called regardless of where on the body — not just the head or neck area — that one player hits another with his helmet. The rule is not position-specific, so offensive players will be subject to the same criteria as defensive players. 'This is about eliminating unnecessary use of the helmet,' Riveron said Tuesday at the NFL spring meetings. If a player is ejected, Riveron and his staff in New York will use network camera angles to determine if the ejection is necessary. He promised that games will not become 'an ejection fest' every week. 'Immediately when I learn in New York that there's an ejection, I will ask the network to give me everything you've got,' Riveron said. 'I will take a look at it, I will rule on it and I will say yes, he's ejected, (or) no, leave him in the game. 'Play will stop, and we will expedite it. That's why we won't have the referee come over and we're not going to get the replay official involved,' Riveron said. 'The only way the replay official will be involved is he will call it and immediately tell the command center, we have an ejection on 'No. 22 White.'' Atlanta Falcons CEO Rich McKay, the head of the league's competition committee, said the league had conference calls and a webinar with every coaching staff in the league last week to tell them to begin teaching a new, safer technique. McKay said the rule passed after the league looked at tens of thousands of examples on film to determine how to reduce concussions. Contact that's made by leading with the helmet no longer has a place in the NFL. 'We have always learned don't put your neck at risk and everything else,' he said. 'Now we've taken it a step further and said that we need to teach it out of the game and put a rule in and get it out of the game.' The rule applies to linemen, too. They can no longer lower their helmets to initiate contact. 'It's a culture change, and it's something that we take full responsibility' for, Riveron said. 'Prior to training camp we will have position-specific videos done by head coaches such as offensive line play, defensive line play, defensive backs, linebackers, special teams, runners. Why? Because this rule is all-inclusive for all players in all parts of the field.' ___ For more AP NFL coverage: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL
  • The Latest on primaries on Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky and Texas (all times local): 6:25 p.m. Hillary Clinton is urging Democrats in Georgia to support Stacey Abrams for governor. Clinton recorded a 60-second endorsement used by the Abrams campaign in direct phone calls to Georgia voters. Tuesday's primary ballot election has Abrams facing fellow Atlanta Democrat Stacey Evans. Clinton notes Abrams was the first black woman to serve as House Democratic leader in the Georgia legislature. Clinton also says Abrams has 'a proven track record' of supporting public schools, gun safety, voting rights and Medicaid expansion. A victory in the Democratic primary and in the November election would make Abrams the first black woman governor in the U.S. Clinton's message also acknowledges the potential confusion caused by two Democratic rivals with the same first name. Twice, Clinton urges voters to support 'Abrams with an 'A.'' __ 6 p.m. Polls in eastern Kentucky have closed on another multi-state primary day ahead of the November midterms. Arkansas and Georgia also are holding primaries. Texas has runoffs after an initial round of voting in March. Georgia Democrats are set to nominate a woman for governor for the first time in state history. Republicans in the state are likely going to have a runoff that some in the party fear could be a harmful turn to the right. Kentucky voters in one county could choose a gay man to run against the clerk who denied him a same-sex marriage license. Texas has Democratic runoffs in three districts that will be key to determining House control in the new Congress. __ 6 a.m. Four states are casting ballots Tuesday as the 2018 midterm elections take shape. Voters in Arkansas, Georgia and Kentucky hold primaries, while Texans settle several primary runoffs after their first round of voting in March. Texans will settle an all-female congressional runoff between liberal activist Laura Moser and Houston attorney Lizzie Fletcher in a Houston-area House race that has become a proxy for the Democratic Party's battle over style and substance. In Georgia, Democrats will tap either Stacey Abrams or Stacey Evans as the state's first female nominee for governor from either major party. Georgia's Republican candidates for governor have engaged in a sprint to the right on everything from immigration to bear-hugging Trump.
  • More than 70 percent of all credit card transactions are now being processed out of metro Atlanta and that means security is a top priority. Channel 2 Anchor Craig Lucie went to Mercedes-Benz stadium for the FinTech South event this week, where he learned local companies are employing thousands here in Georgia and around the world. “We dominate this industry globally,” said Larry Williams. Larry Williams is the president and CEO of the Technology Association of Georgia or TAG. He organized the FinTech South event at Mercedes-Benz Stadium because he says financial technology has become one of the most important industries in Georgia. “Seventy percent of all credit card transaction are processed here in Georgia,” Williams said. Cyber companies from all over the world are in town, but many of them are based in the metro  like Trust Stamp. They’re a startup from the Atlanta Tech Village, and they’re using artificial intelligence to send secure emails to avoid massive security breaches. “Instead of hitting the send button, you will hit a send secure button and our technology will prompt you to do a facial scan and once we verify the email, it will be encrypted and sent to the recipient,” said Alex Valdes of Trust Stamp. TRENDING STORIES: Medical examiner releases CDC researcher's cause of death Doctor who made music videos in operating room facing several malpractice lawsuits Kayaker bitten by rattlesnake, cousin clarifies story; victim's condition upgraded These numbers give you an idea as to why they are having the event at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Georgia Fintech companies are employing more than 37,000 people in our state, 130,000 globally, and they are handling more than 128 billion transactions per year. One of them is Midtown Atlanta-based Payscape. “We employ several hundred people. We process billions worth of transactions, and we have seen an ecosystem revolve from what used to be a cottage industry around us,” said Jeremy Wing who is the CEO of Payscape. Wing says the ideas coming out of FinTech South event are changing the way we pay. “Credits cards will be the things that go away, and it will all be built into your phone and be Uber-like,” said Wing.
  • A military veteran was dismayed to be turned away from a Six Flags Over Georgia ride the other day, but the park cites safety precautions. “We apologize to Mr. Jones for any inconvenience; however, to ensure safety, guests with certain disabilities are restricted from riding certain rides and attractions,” a statement from Six Flags said. “Our accessibility policy includes ride safety guidelines and the requirements of the federal American Disabilities Act.” In 2010, USMC Staff Sgt. (Ret.) Johnny “Joey” Jones worked as a bomb technician while deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. He stepped on an improvised explosive device and lost both of his legs. He now uses prosthetic limbs. >> Read more trending news  A lifelong fan of amusement parks, he says he’s been able to enjoy attractions at Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood and Sea World even after his injury. “I do not try to ride a ride where your legs dangle,” he said. “I’ve only gone on rides where I knew the safety equipment could function. If there is a safe way to ride it, I’m on it.” He and his son had boarded the Mind Bender roller coaster at Six Flags in Austell, Georgia, when an attendant said he had to exit the ride. “I got in, the lap thing came down. I was fixed in. Once they saw my legs they asked me to get off,” Jones said. “(The attendant) said, ‘You’ve got to have two real legs to ride.’” According to Six Flags’ safety policy, “Each rider must maintain an upright seated position with their head against the headrest and back against the seat back during the duration of the ride and their arms, hands, legs, and feet inside the ride vehicle at all times,” Six Flags’ safety policy states. “Guests must possess at least one (1) fully functioning arm and two (2) fully functional legs,” the policy posted on the Six Flags site reads. It goes on to say that riders “must have upper body control, a strong grasp, and must be restrained by a lap bar and notes that “exceptionally large or tall people may not be able to ride.” The Mind Bender is a fast-moving attraction where the riders go upside down at times, according to the park ride’s description. “Guests should be prepared to brace for strong front-to-back, top-to-bottom and bottom-to-top forces as well as mild side-to side forces,” the safety guidelines say. “The Mind Bender is very difficult to evacuate due to the high, steep, narrow catwalks.” In July 2011, The Associated Press reported that a U.S. Army veteran who’d lost his legs while deployed in Iraq was killed after he was thrown from a roller coaster in upstate New York. The family of Sgt. James Hackemer settled for “a seven-figure amount,” investigators having determined that “park workers didn't follow rules posted at the ride's entrance, which require that riders have both legs.” Jones said he had not heard directly from Six Flags since posting messages about his experience on social media. “I’m not trying to wage war against Six Flags,” said Jones, who’d like the opportunity to meet with a park representative. “There are thousands and thousands of us who are in this situation because of our service to our country. We’re just trying to reclaim a sense of normalcy.” He also stressed that he isn’t disparaging the Six Flags attendant who turned him away, noting the employee was following guidelines. His experience at other parks has been pleasant, with employees going out of their way to accommodate him. “If I go to Disney they’ll assign someone to walk with me to the front of the line,” he said. “They go from the angle of, ‘How can we get this guy on the ride?’ Within two seconds of walking into Universal someone walked up and said, ‘Would you like to sign up for special services?’” At other area locations, including the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola, “they roll out sort of a red carpet.” “At Six Flags I’m a burden,” Jones said. “At the other places it’s an opportunity to shine.”