Does Maroon 5 have what it takes to score a touchdown as this year's Super Bowl halftime headliner? Hosts Scott Tady and Megan Miller weigh in on football's biggest night. The hosts also preview the week's upcoming concerts, including George Lopez, Township Road and Brothers Osborne. Listen for a new episode at timesonline.com/podcasts, on iTunes or Stitcher Radio.
M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass" is the third part of a trilogy that began in 2000 with "Unbreakable" and returned as the surprise ending of 2016's "Split." Did the original film leave you wanting more, or did its genius lie in its simplicity? In this episode, Andrew reviews Shyamalan's latest and looks back at his entire filmography.
Public safety reporter Audra Gamble discusses the latest developments with the case of Michael Scott McNeal, who will face a circuit court trial for allegedly killing his wife, and attempting, but failing, to take his own life.
Listen to an interview with the newly appointed Okaloosa Superintendent of Schools Marcus Chambers as he answers questions from Daily News reporter Tom McLaughlin, Executive Editor Jason Blakeney and Managing Editor Wendy Victora.
Laurie Los makes her return to the SouthCoastVarsity podcast as she and Brendan Kurie discuss the different basketball, hockey, swim and wrestling teams they've seen in action so far during the 2018-19 season.
Tyrone Muhammed and Cecelia Arndt, residents of Brewington Oaks apartments, share their thoughts about having to move out of the complex, which is scheduled for demolition later this year. The on-going partial government shut down is delays the Rockford Housing Authority's processing of residents' vouchers used to rent other apartments in the city.
Rockford Register Star photojournalist Scott P. Yates and reporter Ken DeCoster talk about their recent reporting trip to the apartment complex...
In Episode 36 of Crime Time, an arrest is made in the murder of two sisters and an infant in Harnett County and a 911 call describes the scene, a fugitive is captured, the case is being built against the man accused of killing a Lumberton teen, and the death penalty will be sought in the shooting death of a Highway Patrol trooper. Listen as Fayetteville Observer police and crime reporter Nancy McCleary and host Sonny Jones discuss the cases.
Victor D. Infante and Craig S. Semon look back at their favorite concerts, albums and music videos and more of 2018, both locally and around the region. From Taylor Swift and U2 at the region's biggest venues, to local visits from the like of Liam Neeson and Tony Bennett, 2018 was an exciting year, and 2019 looks like it has a few gems to look forward to, as well. Do we see a Grammy for Worcester's own Joyner Lucas on the horizon?
In this week’s podcast, Do Savannah editor Joshua Peacock sits down with Savannah Philharmonic Concertmaster Sinisa Ciric and principal oboist Andrew Jay Ripley. For more information and tickets to upcoming performances visit savannahphilharmonic.org.
The Polk County Sheriff's Office says Bobby Staley made calls to banks from inside prison, telling call takers that he was the owner of the business. He established new mailing addresses in Jacksonville, where 5 of the suspects live, the PCSO said, and new credit cards were then linked to the victims' accounts. Staley bragged to witnesses about smuggling cellphones into prison to assist in the scheme, the Sheriff's Office said.
MARY ESTHER — A 20-year-old Fort Walton Beach man was arrested early Thursday after allegedly causing a crash that killed one young woman and seriously injured another.
Hilson Robert Smith was arrested just before 4 a.m. and charged with DUI homicide, DUI serious injury and underage possession of alcohol, according to the Florida Highway Patrol media release.
Alexis Michaela Marshall, a 26-year-old Mary Esther woman, was killed in the crash that happened just before 2 a.m. at the...