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Eagle Hour – June 2, 2020

Supertalk Eagle Hour · Eagle Hour – June 2, 2020 Eagle Hour talks with Cory Diaz, reporter with the Monroe News-Star about LA Tech hosting the C-USA Tournament. Plus, Coach Scott Berry talks about the tournament.

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Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Takes The First Steps Back to Football

It’s been a long three months for Mississippi State football, as the program went from hours from the start of spring practice to a shutdown as the coronavirus spread across the country. Now, the Bulldogs are back in Starkville, and the first real steps towards football this fall have been completed. Brian Hadad and Joel … Continue reading “Thunder & Lightning: Mississippi State Takes The First Steps Back to Football”

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T&L SEC Preview: Brody Miller on the LSU Tigers

LSU took college football by the throat a season ago, dominating everyone in their path en route to the national title. What can the Tigers do for an encore? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman start their 14 week path through the SEC with Brody Miller of The Athletic looking at the Bayou Bengals. Photo courtesy … Continue reading “T&L SEC Preview: Brody Miller on the LSU Tigers”

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Eagle Hour – June 1, 2020

Supertalk Eagle Hour · Eagle Hour – June 1, 2020 Today on the Eagle Hour, Spud Alford joins the guys talking about his Olympic dream, battle with cancer and the creation of Finger Football plus about his time at Southern Miss.

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Lottery sales are back to pre-COVID numbers

Lottery sales started to take a slump after the coronavirus struck Mississippi, however, the reopening of businesses across the state has brought numbers back to where they were prior to COVID-19. “Things are looking better now,” Mississippi Lottery Corporation President Tom Shaheen said. “Mid to late March, we started seeing sales go down. They were … Continue reading “Lottery sales are back to pre-COVID numbers”

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Hinds Public Defender: protests stem from systematic oppression

The death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis, has sparked nationwide protests that have now gone on for six days. Hinds County Public Defender Adofo Minka joined The Gallo Show on Monday to talk about how he believes the country can improve both … Continue reading “Hinds Public Defender: protests stem from systematic oppression”

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Got a legal question? Tune into The Richard Schwartz Show every Monday and get your question answered, for free. Richard covers any legal issue that might affect you and your family.

 

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There's no topic veteran broadcaster Mary Wieden is afraid to cover: from news, politics and even entertainment. If it's happening in the Central Mississippi area, Mary's talking about it.

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Find out what's happening across the Jackson Metro area. Our show features the events you're going to be talking about in: Madison, Hinds, Rankin and Warren Counties.

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