Here's what we're talking about this morning on the show:
A 14-yr-old Columbus teen is recovering this morning after he
was stabbed last night at a home on Winston Rd.
5 suspects connected to the officer involved shooting on Enoch Drive
will appear in court this morning.
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Alabama have announced they have idicted
a Phenix City woman on charges of stealing soldiers identities while
she worked on post at Ft. Benning.
The Memorial Service for Special Tactics Airman Master Sgt. Josh
Gavulic will take place today. He is the airman who died Feb. 21st
in a parachute training accident.
Columbus State Universityhas announced a new agreement between the
University of Gerogia and Georgia Military College. More than 120
courses will count as academic credit towards either school, making
it easier for transfer to CSU.
COttonmouths beat Mississippi Surge on the road last night, 5-3.
The team will meet again tonight at the Snake Pit at 7:30pm.
Northside High School boys basketball team eliminated from the State
Tournament last night, 81-60 to Jenkins.
Tigers beat Braves 5-2 in spring training ball. We hear from Chris
Johnson on his second year for the braves.
5th ranked Columbus State women's tennis team fell 5-4 to Emory. This is
the women's first loss this year.
CSU softball is in Spartanburg, South Carolina today.
CSU baseball team against old rival Armstrong Atlantic State University
this weekend at Ragsdale.
Basketball teams at Clayton State this weekend and PBC tournament starts
Thursday right here in Columbus.
PBC commissioner David Brunk was in town yesterday, we hear him speak
on promotion and the upcoming tournament. Single day tickets and tournament
passes available right now.
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.