Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: Close Encounters Of The Imus Kind: Fred ImusFred was also a country music singer/songwriter and, along with Phil Sweet, composed a #1 hit in 1976 for Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius called I Don’t Want To Have To Marry You. Fred had also been a country music DJ and radio talk show host.
Frisco Mom Upset Distracted Teen Driver Not TicketedA Frisco mother says her family's brush with death should encourage stricter laws against distracted driving.
Consumer Justice Results Round-Up: $1300 In Refunds In 2 WeeksConsumer Justice reporter Cristin Severance has refunded $1300 for consumers in the last two weeks!
The Toronto Lie: Was Odor Throwing At Bautista's Head?Shan, RJ and Mac talk about the Toronto media's accusation that Roogy was throwing at Bautista's head.
Rangers Announce Opening Day Roster vs MarinersOn Sunday, the Texas Rangers made the final roster moves to get down to the opening day limit of 25 players.
Remembering George Kennedy & Charlie TunaTwo of my favorite performers, both in similar but different fields, passed away this week. George Kennedy was a burly actor who often played tough guys, and Charlie Tuna was one of the most successful Top 40 radio disc jockeys ever.
PBS Tweets 24/7 Channel For Kids AnnouncementPBS is setting up a 24/7 television channel and live web stream for its kids shows.
Police End John Wiley Price, Dwaine Caraway Kerfuffle A verbal altercation broke out between John Wiley Price and Dwaine Caraway at KHVN, a North Texas contemporary gospel radio station, this afternoon.
Ben & Skin Recap Day 1 On Radio RowIt was the first big day on Super Bowl 50 radio row, and there are many more to come.
GBag Nation: GBag Of The Year 2015 (Audio)It's time to recap and vote for the 2015 GBag of the Year.
Plaque To Memorialize Runner Murdered By Mentally Ill ManBefore committing suicide, the wife of runner David Stevens who was killed at random by a mentally ill man in October, raised $1400 for a plaque to honor her husband.
Eyewitness Talks About Finding Unconscious Lamar Odom, Calling 911Former 105.3 The Fan host and MMA insider Richard Hunter was at the same Nevada brothel as Lamar Odom when he was found unconscious, and he recounts his first-hand story.