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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Two juveniles have been charged with aggravated arson in connection with the deadly Tennessee wildfires that have killed 14 people and destroyed or damaged more than 1,700 buildings, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Federal investigators said Wednesday the fire started on the ground floor of the Oakland warehouse and quickly raged, with smoke billowing into the second level and trapping victims whose only escape route was through the flames.
A lawyer for an FBI agent arrested in Michigan for firing his gun at a police officer says the agent was feeling paranoid and only vaguely recalls what happened
North Carolina police have killed a man they say stabbed a woman to death, then lunged at officers with a knife
Police say a New York City teen has died after attempting to perform a dangerous stunt at a subway station in Brooklyn
Michael Alan Williamson is serving a life sentence for armed robbery and assault and battery with intent to kill.
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Some 20 law enforcement agencies are working to track down a suspect who allegedly shot two police officers, killing one and leaving another in critical condition.
The man accused of firing an assault rifle inside a Washington restaurant says he regrets how he handled the situation but refused to completely dismiss the false online claims of child sex trafficking that brought him there