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July 11, 2022 96 min
The college sports landscape is teetering on the edge of cataclysm as the SEC and Big 10 appear poised to absorb the majority of the ACC, Big 12 and PAC-12. But is the ACC grant of rights enough of a financial deterrent to glue the Atlantic coast together for a while? Also, the Carolina Panthers have a brand new quarterback, but how heated will the battle for QB1 actually be in Spartanburg? Locally, high school football is a matter...
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It's post-Masters weekend on The Sports Freaks... what do we talk about now? Asheville's favorite Freaks Brian Hall and Mike Morgan are joined by special guests: Steve Forbes (Head coach, Wake Forest Men's Basketball); Demp Bradford (President, Asheville Buncombe Regional Sports Commission); Brett Friedlander (Reporter, North State Journal); and Richard Walker (Founder, CarolinaSportsHub.com)
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The final Monday of Madness is tinted blue with tonight's men's basketball national championship between Kansas and North Carolina. Sports Freak In Chief Brian Hall and special guest cohost Stan Pamfilis welcome special guests: Wes Moore (head coach, NC State women's basketball); Mike Morrell (head coach, UNC-Asheville men's basketball); and Pete McDaniel (contributor, Golf Digest/PGA expert)
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Six-time Grammy nominee and timeless entertainer Pat Boone calls into First News on 570 as a newly-released song written by Boone (recorded by Wendy Moten) is making waves around the nation.
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Tech expert Will Mapp (willmapp.com) joins First News on 570 with this week's technology headlines you need to know.
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As the Asheville City Council debates slashing APD funding in the 2020-21 budget, anti-police activists are calling for a 50% cut immediately - but council members aren't so sure. Meanwhile in Raleigh, Gov. Cooper has stopped the spread of coronavirus by outlawing alcohol sales after 11 p.m. Because that's how that works, right? Political analyst Pete Kaliner shares local and state insight with First News on 570.
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Dr. Carly Brown (Ashewell Medical Group) stops into First News on 570 to discuss the Triple P Parenting program, available for free in NC on a first-come, first-served basis.
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July 29, 2020 9 min
Buncombe County Schools superintendent Dr. Tony Baldwin joins First News on 570 to lay out the county's plan for safely returning students to school with COVID-19 cases continuing to rise.
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Federal agents descend on protesting US cities, Airlines can't find customers, and will Congress extend special Covid benefits for the unemployed?
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Will Mapp (willmapp.com) joins First News live from the nation's capital, talking the NBA's trial run with "COVID rings," Olympus pulling the plug on camera production, and why your COVID-tracking mobile app already knows too much about you.
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AVLToday.com's Ali McGhee and Brook Bolin hop on the phone with Mark to talk nearby day-trip ideas, extended COVID-19 mandates, and Hollywood classics that turned western North Carolina into a backdrop for the silver screen.
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U.S. House (NC-11) candidate Madison Cawthorn joins Mark Starling for an impromptu interview ahead of the results of his run-off contest with rival Lynda Bennett.
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AMERICAN AMONG SEVERAL KILLED IN UK TERROR ATTACK- FOX News Radio’s SIMON OWEN
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VIOLENCE CONTINUES IN WASHINGTON’S “CHOP?” ZONE- FOX News Radio’s JEFF MONOSSO
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NYC’S MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY TO REMOVE TEDDY ROOSEVELT STATUE OFFICIALS SAY- FOX News Radio TONYA J. POWERS
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Fox News Radio's Jay Ratliff- Second Wave Worries: Beijing cancels 70% of flights, Why no mask guidelines from the FAA?, Southwest: No middle seats thru September, American Airlines Bans Passenger
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Rania Mankarious-Crime Prevention Expert- Shootings surge in NYC amid disbanding of NYPD's plainclothes anti-crime unit
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June 22, 2020 6 min
Matt Henson- DEFUND the police painted in front of the police department in massive letters...counter protesters splash more paint marking out the D and the E so it now says FUND the POLICE...and who is on the hook for paying ofr the clean up? Is anyone going to be charged for the vandalism?
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Asheville's new Chief of Police sits down with Mark Starling to talk about the department and the direction he plans to take it. Special thanks to Chief Zack for making time in his schedule for this interview!
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