O'Reilly Gets Weekly Spot On Beck's Radio ShowBill O'Reilly is taking up an offer from former FOX News colleague Glenn Beck to work together again. O'Reilly announced on his podcast that he will have a weekly spot on Beck's radio show.
Alan Colmes, Liberal Voice On Fox, Dead At 66Alan Colmes, the radio and television host and commentator best known as the amiable liberal foil to the hard-right Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel, has died.
Jones Says Romo "Will Play In A Super Bowl," Would Not Specify TeamWith the 2016 Dallas Cowboys season coming to a close, team owner/General Manager Jerry Jones sees a great future for his team, with or without Tony Romo.
Jones: Cowboys Need To "Empty the Bucket" Over Next 3 GamesThe Dallas Cowboys finished the 2016 regular season with an impressive 13-3 record, now as they prepare for the playoffs it's Super Bowl or bust for owner/General Manager Jerry Jones.
North Texas Adviser Charged With Securities Fraud, TheftRegulators say a North Texas financial adviser who used radio advertising and held investment seminars has been indicted in an alleged $6 million Ponzi scheme.
Giants May Have Broken NFL Rule By Using Radio Vs CowboysThe New York Giants might have violated an NFL rule by using a radio briefly during Sunday night's win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Close Encounters Of The Imus KindFor years, I listened to the "Imus In The Morning" show originating from CBS Radio's WFAN in New York.
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.