Alabama's Morning News with JT-logo

Alabama's Morning News with JT

iHeart Media Digital

Highlights and recaps from Alabama's Morning News with JT, weekdays 6-9 a.m.

Highlights and recaps from Alabama's Morning News with JT, weekdays 6-9 a.m.

Location:

United States

Description:

Highlights and recaps from Alabama's Morning News with JT, weekdays 6-9 a.m.

Language:

English


Episodes

Joel Griffith 073021

7/30/2021
Joel Griffith, a research fellow in the Roe Institute at the Heritage Foundation,discusses how the multi trillion dollar spending bills wont reduce inflation

Duration:00:05:49

Random Fact Friday 073021

7/30/2021
Five Random Facts to make you sound smarter around friends and family this weekend.

Duration:00:01:45

Jon Decker 073021

7/30/2021
Gray Media White House Correspondent Jon Decker discusses the announcement by President Biden that Federal workers will have to be vaccinated or they will have to wear a mask.

Duration:00:04:29

Dr. Michael Saag 073021

7/30/2021
Dr. Michael Saag from the Infectious Disease Department at UAB joins us to answer questions about the COVID vaccines and the variants causing a spike in new cases.

Duration:00:09:00

Dr. Fahmi Farah 073021

7/30/2021
Cardiologist Dr. Fahmi Farah talks about the recommendation for kids to wear masks in school despite vaccination status.

Duration:00:06:30

Mickey Ferguson 073021

7/30/2021
Mickey Ferguson from WBRC Fox 6 talks about his recent knee replacement surgery and how his recovery is going.

Duration:00:05:48

Michael Letts 073021

7/30/2021
Founder and President of In-VestUSA talks about his organizations efforts to protect police officers in a charged political environment

Duration:00:03:50

Simon Owen 073021

7/30/2021
Fox News Radio Correspondent Simon Owen talks about the small country of Bhutan vaccinating 90% of eligible adults within a week.

Duration:00:04:37

Hans Von Spakovsky 073021

7/30/2021
Hans Von Spakovsky from the Heritage Institute discusses the truth about Georgia's voting law

Duration:00:05:22

Julie Edelman 073021

7/30/2021
New York Times Best Selling Author Julie Edelman give some tips to get kids (and parents) ready for college.

Duration:00:04:37

Rory ONeill 073021

7/30/2021
IHeart Radio National Correspondent Rory ONeill talks about Boeing launching a new space capsule next week.

Duration:00:03:51

Danny Crawford 072921

7/29/2021
Alabama lawmaker Danny Crawford joins us to talk about his bill that if passed would allow for the firing of teachers who teach Critical Race Theory

Duration:00:06:23

Jeff Monosso 072921

7/29/2021
Fox News Radio Correspondent Jeff Monosso talks about Minnesota setting a new record for murders and assaults on police officers in 2020.

Duration:00:04:52

Jon Decker 072921

7/29/2021
Gray Media White House Correspondent Jon Decker talks about the status of the bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

Duration:00:06:31

Mo Brooks 072921

7/29/2021
Congressman Mo Brooks talks about the ongoing lawsuit filed against him by Eric Swallwell and where things stand as of now.

Duration:00:09:44

Kirby Farris 072921

7/29/2021
Attorney Kirby Farris talks about a case in Texas that a judge initially decided not to hear but changed his mind after a political contribution was made.

Duration:00:04:34

Michael Bower 072921

7/29/2021
IHeart Radio National Correspondent Michael Bower talks about how the US could respond if cyberattacks continue.

Duration:00:04:10

Spencer OLeary 072921

7/29/2021
Managing Remote Employees Analyst Spencer O'Leary talks about younger workers being concerned about going back to a remote working environment with the spike in COVID-19 cases.

Duration:00:03:55

Happenins in the Ham 072921

7/29/2021
Russel and Amber from Happenins in the Ham join us to talk about events going on in the area this weekend.

Duration:00:03:49

Elizabeth Lombardo 072921

7/29/2021
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo talks about Simone Biles decision to pull out of some Olympic events to focus on her mental health.

Duration:00:04:33