Here's what we're talking about this morning on the show:
The former superintendent of Phenix City Schools Larry DiChiara
has filed a lawsuit against the members of the Phenix City
Board of Education.
Jury selection began for the murder trial of Thomas Franklin May III.
Thomas May is charged with killing his mother-in-law, Brenda Marshall
A Ft. Benning building was memorialized yesterday in honor of Master
Sgt. Roy P. Benavidez. The Master Sgt. earned the Medal of Honor for
his incredibly heroic actions in combat in South Vietnam. In 1968, in a
6-hour battle, he saved at least 8 lives while suffereing 37 separate
wounds. He served 24-years of active military service before retiring.
A Smith's Station man is behind bars. 29-yr-old Henry Palmer has been
arrested and charged with stealing vehicles and possessing
stolen car parts.
Cottonmouths on the road at Mississippi Riverkings tonight.
Hawks outlast the Jazz, 112-110 to snap a 12 game losing streak.
Kyle Corver,former Jazz player, talks about coming home to play.
CSU women's basketball teams preparing to play in the NCAA tournament.
Reached Final 4 play in 2000-2001. Their first NCAA play since 2007. Play
at 8:30 on Friday night. All games will be heard on our sister station 98.3
the Beat. We hear from women's coach Jonathan Norton on winning the PBC
Championship on the home court, the hard work this season and moving on
to the NCAA Tournament.
CSU Softball team at home with double header today.
Braves in spring training, Brandon Beachy forced to leave early due to
tightness around his elbow. Kris Medlen elbow results also expected today.
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.