Here's what we're talking about this morning on the show:
Convicted stocking strangler Carlton Gary is back in court today. Gary's
death penalty defense team is arguing for a new trial based on evidence
that they say doesn't match Carlton Gary.
We're learning more about a Friday morning shooting and manhunt that
ended with two dead. 44-yr-old Tonya Moses Charles was shot and
killed Friday morning at the Columbus DHHS. The suspected shooter was
her estranged husband 53-yr-old Lyle Charles. He was found hours
after the shooting, dead from what was being called a self inflicted gunshot
wound to the head.
A fatal weekend accident on I-185 claimed the life of a 27-yr-old man.
The accident happened Saturday afternoon when officials say that Mitchell
Lee Miles lost control of his vehicle and rear-ended another vechile.
A single vehicle crash in Alabama claimed the life of a Phenix City
woman over the weekend. According to Alabama State Troopers, 53-yr-old
Kathleen Marie Price died early Saturday morning when her 2007 Saturn
veered off of Lee Road 146 just south of Opelika.
Dale Earnhardt Jr catches the win at Daytona, his second victory...
his first since 2004. We hear Dale Jr talk about the win and he says
it's about the people that are around him. It'as nice not to be running
in 5th or 10th.
Denny Hamlin finished a close second and he talks about timing passes and
guarding against causing wrecks, all with radio problems.
Winter Olympics wrapped up yesterday, we hear an update from
Simon Owen. Russia ended up with the most medals at 33. The US
came in second place, with 28.
Cottonmouths lost to Mississippi, 4-2 Sunday. Overall had a great weekend,
taking a 5-0 win over Fayetteville at the Snake Pit Friday night and
a 5-2 win in Fayetteville on Saturday night.
High School Basketball Playoffs continue today and tomorrow.
10th ranked CSU men's tennis team took a 6-3 win over Georgia College.
5th ranked CSU women's tennis team improved to 5-0, beating 4th ranked
Scott was one of 6 National Finalists for the 2008 Radio and Records News/Talk/Sports Local Personality of the Year Award. However he was beaten out by some guy in Los Angeles. Scott claims there was a "hanging chad" thing going on and is following up.
Scott has been the play-by-play voice of the Columbus State University Cougars for over 30 years, and is a member of the CSU Hall Of Fame.
Wes is a Columbus, GA native and graduate of Columbus State University with a BA in Communications. He began his radio career in 1994 with Sunny 100 and worked for Rock 103 and B101, serving as the Program Director and Music Director. From 1994-1997, Wes hosted Not Quite Late Nite with Wes Carroll on TV and returned to TV in 2007 serving as the Entertainment correspondent in a weekly segment for WXTX Fox 54.