Wild Bill McKubby joins us every afternoon from 3-6pm. Wild Bill has lots of interviews with celebrities, country artists and movers and shakers. Wild Bill has worked at WBYZ about 10 years ago and is glad to be back in Southeast Georgia close to family and friends. He’s married to his lovely wife Marilyn has a 6 year old Girl named Emma and a baby boy on the way named William.
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Maryland’s attorney general plans to fight a judge’s order granting a new trial to a man convicted of murder and featured on the "Serial" podcast
Film Review: In "Jason Bourne," Matt Damon’s black-ops spy is resurrected again, along with director Paul Greengrass, who returns to the franchise after a nine year gap
A group of atheists has sued Kansas City, Missouri, officials over the planned use of $65,000 in tourism tax dollars to aid an upcoming Baptist convention
An employee who sabotaged Citibank’s computer system because he believed he was about to be fired has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison
The city of Fort Myers has opened a fund to assist the families affected by the nightclub shooting that killed two teenagers and wounded 17 other people
North Carolina deputies say a man has been charged with murder in the death of a man who drove away trying to get help after he was shot this weekend
ABC News’ Michael Koenigs came upon “Brawl Under the Bridge II,” a semi-pro wrestling match in Homestead, PA, during his 500-mile cycling trip from the RNC in Cleveland to the DNC in Philadelphia.
Donald Trump comes out of the Republican National Convention ahead of Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House. Trump leads Clinton 44% to 39% in a four-way matchup including Gary Johnson (9%) and Jill Stein (3%)
Many have criticized Michael Jordan for not being vocal during highly publicized cases of police brutality. Well, Jordan has finally spoke up. The former basketball player, donated $1 million to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund,
(The following is a press release from the American Red Cross) While thousands of people from across the country responded to the emergency request for blood and platelet donations issued by the American Red Cross in early