The Jimmy Malone Show

The Jimmy Malone Show

The Jimmy Malone show celebrates the City of Cleveland, while taking on important issues.

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March 2, 2024 75 mins
CS ends the regular season on a high note, defeating IUPUI 75-66 (note, this game was joined in progress on WTAM 1100 AM)
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Jo Ingles from Ohio NPR joins the show to give an update on what going on in Columbus including duel education bills put forth by the Ohio Senate and House, IVF’s future in Ohio, and why state lawmakers are continuing to ignore the people and are still using unconstitutional election maps. Later, Emily Stewart from Business Insider chats with Jimmy about some of the big business stories going on today including the possible end to ...
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March 1, 2024 6 mins
Later, Emily Stewart from Business Insider chats with Jimmy about some of the big business stories going on today including the possible end to free shipping for online shopping and Wendy’s proposing (and then rescinding) “dynamic pricing,”
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March 1, 2024 12 mins
Jo Ingles from Ohio NPR joins the show to give an update on what going on in Columbus including duel education bills put forth by the Ohio Senate and House, IVF’s future in Ohio, and why state lawmakers are continuing to ignore the people and are still using unconstitutional election maps.
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US Senator Sherrod Brown joins Jimmy to talk about the big news in Washington including our ongoing trade relationship with China, taking care of our vets with the PACT Act, and Mitch McConnell stepping down as Senate Minority Leader.
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February 29, 2024 15 mins
A Priest puts in his two-week notice to the church after he is busted for shoplifting and leads the police on a high-speed chase. The worst wedding guest in history gets drunk and punches the bride, his mom, his niece, and a bridesmaid. A police officer is taken to jail in their own squad car after getting popped for shoplifting. Ladies and Gentleman, another harrowing edition of Knuckleheads In The News.
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February 29, 2024 33 mins
US Senator Sherrod Brown joins Jimmy to talk about the big news in Washington including our ongoing trade relationship with China, taking care of our vets with the PACT Act, and Mitch McConnell stepping down as Senate Minority Leader. Later, Jimmy talks with Ed and Peggy Gallek of the Fox 8 I Team about the big headlines of the week including Cleveland Fire Inspectors earning a staggering amount of overtime, the huge price tag for ...
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The Vikings couldn't catch up to Green Bay, losing a critical game 69-61
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February 28, 2024 32 mins
Jimmy talks with award winning author Gregg Olsen about his latest book, “The Amish Wife,” and the story of Ida Stutzman- a pregnant Amish woman who perished in a barn fire the conspiracy to keep it a secret in a heartbreaking and horrifying true-crime story. Later, Jimmy asks Consumer Advocate Teresa Murray from the US Public Interest Research Group why people keep falling for “gift card” scams… even with all the warnings and red ...
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February 28, 2024 12 mins
Jimmy talks with award winning author Gregg Olsen about his latest book, “The Amish Wife,” and the story of Ida Stutzman- a pregnant Amish woman who perished in a barn fire the conspiracy to keep it a secret in a heartbreaking and horrifying true-crime story.
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Al Pawlowski talks with CSU Law School Dean Lee Fisher, coach Robinson about the upcoming Green Bay game, and much more
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February 27, 2024 33 mins
Jimmy talks with Michelle Polizzi about her powerful article for Huff Post, “I Was 17 When My Family Lost Our Home. This Is What No One Tells You About Foreclosure,” and explains the devastation of losing your home. Later, Laura Pappano joins the show to talk about her book “School Moms,” and how destructive politized groups like “Moms of Liberty” when they get involved in our nation’s classrooms…. A woman dies at Disney… An incred...
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February 27, 2024 10 mins
Laura Pappano joins the show to talk about her book “School Moms,” and how destructive politized groups like “Moms of Liberty” are when they get involved in our nation’s classrooms.
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February 27, 2024 11 mins
Jimmy talks with Michelle Polizzi about her powerful article for Huff Post, “I Was 17 When My Family Lost Our Home. This Is What No One Tells You About Foreclosure,” and explains the devastation of losing your home.
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After two intense games last week, Producer Rob Rozycki talks with CSU Men's Basketball Coach Daniyal Robinson about a very big week for his team as they finish up the regular season with home matchups against Green Bay and IUPUI. For tickets, log on to csuvikings.com/tickets or call (216) 687-4848.
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The Vikings hold off RMU on the road in a nail-biting 73-71 victory
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February 23, 2024 33 mins
Friend of the show and host of the “What Was That Like” podcast Scott Johnson joins the show to talk with Jimmy about some of the unique experiences that his podcast highlights including surviving a mass shooting in a movie theatre, giving birth on the side of the road, and donating a kidney to a total stranger. Later, NBC News Correspondent and Author Antonia Hylton joins the show to talk about her book “Madness. Race and Insanity...
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February 23, 2024 11 mins
NBC News Correspondent and Author Antonia Hylton joins the show to talk about her book “Madness. Race and Insanity in a Jim Crow Asylum,” and the story of the Crownsville Hospital, one of the nation’s last segregated asylums.
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February 23, 2024 13 mins
Friend of the show and host of the “What Was That Like” podcast Scott Johnson joins the show to talk with Jimmy about some of the unique experiences that his podcast highlights including surviving a mass shooting in a movie theatre, giving birth on the side of the road, and donating a kidney to a total stranger.
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The Vikings get a very unlucky loss, falling to NKU 75-73 on the road
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