Here is what we're talking about this morning on the show:
After three days of questions a jury is now set to hear the case of
37-yr-old Thomas Franklin May III, charged in a deadly shooting on the
Southern Union Campus in Opelika.
A section of Brickyard Rd between Colin Powell Parkway and Meadowlane
Drive will be closed, for pavement repair, from 7 o'clock tomorrow morning
until 6 o'clock Friday night.
Two Auburn teenagers are facing burglary and theft of property charges.
18-yr-old Anthony Arnold and 19-yr-old Joshua Cameron were arrested
after officers responded to an alarm call at a residence in the 300 block of
Lee Rd 18 in Auburn.
Muscogee County Schools have decided to postpone standardized testing
for schools because of missed days due to snow and ice.
Attorney Stacey Jackson has officially kicked off his campaign for the GA
House of Representatives.
Two time Olympic Gold Medalist Shannon Szabados will become the first
female player in the SPHL's 10 year history and will make her debut in the
net at the Snake Pit sometime this weekend.
Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs has fired basketball coach Tony Barbee.
Mississippi State ended a 13-game losing streak by beating Vanderbilt 82-68
Wednesday night in the first round of the SEC tournament.
Alex Wood allowed an unearned run in four innings for the Braves in a 3-2
win over the Washington Nationals on Wednesday in a game between split squads.
On the other squad, Evan Gattis his first homer of spring training, a 4th-inning solo drive
Wednesday as the Braves beat the Marlins, 3-1.
The Laker's team physician determined that Kobe Bryant's knee injury that has kept
him out of the lineup hasn't healed and says his season is over.
We hear an update from Scott Miller who is on the road with the CSU women's
Cougar basketball team.
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.