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14 minutes | 3 days ago
The guys discuss MLB's sleeper teams, take down Dusty Baker and Nick Castellanos, debate moving Matt Ryan, and name the young NBA stars they would build a franchise around.
22 minutes | 11 days ago
Kids say "the talk" is uncomfortable for them and for their parents, but for some teens, there is a completely different talk, as reporter Jaela Burris and her guests explain.
13 minutes | 17 days ago
The guys are ready for spring with plenty of MLB talk, including pre-season award picks, and Avery has an off-season takedown of the Packers.
11 minutes | 25 days ago
When Everything Changed
On March 16, 2020, podcasters Sophia Vaughn, Anna Daniel and William Wehmer began filing regular reports we called the "Bay 11 Journal." This show is a flashback to their very first report as they experienced the beginning of a crisis that continues one year later.
19 minutes | a month ago
Luke From Wuhan
An American teenager who lives in Wuhan, China talks to William Wehmer about life during, and after the pandemic.
15 minutes | a month ago
Fernando Tatis, Jr.'s haul, love for Matt Ryan, concern for Russell Wilson, NBA MVP predictions, and we see you, Gary Sanchez.
28 minutes | 2 months ago
Lone Star Freeze
Winter has hit Texas hard, so Chloe Sutherland talked to two teens and a teacher for their first-hand accounts. Then Becky Gardner reports from the streets of a cold, snowy Springfield, where she met up with a tow truck driver and an emergency responder, who both share some winter wisdom.
13 minutes | 2 months ago
A Super Bowl wrap-up, the Arenado trade, the Bauer signing, and an NBAer who needs to be traded.
23 minutes | 2 months ago
Patrick Mahomes: Instant Replay
In honor of Patrick Mahomes leading the Chiefs to another Super Bowl, we flash back a couple of years to an interview with Matt Derrick, biographer of the record-setting quarterback. Matt is also one of the founders of HTV, so expect some Hillcrest memories first, then the story of the one of the NFL's premiere players. Story by Colby Bogle.
16 minutes | 2 months ago
A classic "takedown" of Luke, plus Super Bowl predictions, NBA updates, trade talks, and thoughts on the universal DH.
40 minutes | 3 months ago
Stand Up and Stay Up
The topic was the 1906 lynching of three black men on the Springfield square, and the exodus of the town's thriving black community that immediately followed. But guest Wes Pratt, Chief Diversity Officer at MSU, and reporter Jaela Burris ended up discussing a wide range of race-related topics, like growing up black in a town that never has completely recovered from that lynching. A source cited in this podcast is "Many Thousand Gone," about Springfield's lost black history due to the hangings in 1906, written by the late Dr. Katherine Lederer.
15 minutes | 3 months ago
Avery and Luke look back at the good and bad of the 2020 NBA and NFL seasons, and make bold predictions about sports in 2021.
18 minutes | 3 months ago
Rewind: Spring of Isolation
We produced 22 "Bay 11 Journals" in March, April and May when everyone was sent home for fourth quarter. This show revisits favorite moments from our efforts to cover the pandemic, back when we were using just our cell phones for interviews, voiceovers, and oh yeah, a ton of texting and planning.
15 minutes | 4 months ago
It happened 50 years ago just outside Springfield, MO. When the dust settled, one man was dead, others were going to prison. Becky Gardner talks to John Sellars of the Springfield History Museum about The Explosion. Then William Wehmer finds out just how hesitant many teens and adults are about taking the coronavirus vaccine.
14 minutes | 4 months ago
Luke and Avery name the best wide receivers in football, predict the AFC and NFC champs, look at the most promising sports franchises, and debate the futures of two young NBA stars.
26 minutes | 5 months ago
Hudson/Hawk Barber Shops are co-owned by Hillcrest graduate Thad Forrester. His story of creating and nurturing a business provides tremendous insight and inspiration. William Wehmer reports. Before that, Chloe Sutherland asks some students and teachers to share what they are thankful for in 2020.
14 minutes | 5 months ago
The NFC East is bad, the Lakers win a trade, where two top MLB free agents may land. All that and more as Luke and Avery bring it.
11 minutes | 5 months ago
The One About Missing Our Friends
The class of 2020 had a miserable fourth quarter, but members of the class of 2021 are watching the coronavirus disrupt their entire senior year. Only half of the class is ever together at one time thanks to the hybrid schedule. William Wehmer visits with some of his classmates, who are trying to stay as positive as possible. Then sophomore reporter Chesnee Moritz encourages her peers to read more, and provides a few book reviews for good measure.
9 minutes | 5 months ago
The guys discuss the Dodgers finally breaking a 32-year dry spell, Kevin Cash's quick hook, and Avery talks about being in the park for World Series game 2.
15 minutes | 5 months ago
Your First Scary Movie
What was the very first movie that got under your skin, gave you chills, maybe even kept you awake at night? That is just what reporter Becky Gardner wanted to find out as she talked to a variety of people who were scared to death by a big screen moment they can clearly recall. Then Chesnee Moritz, in keeping with our Halloween theme, checked on a few stores to see how strong their decoration game is in 2020. She also has five specific reminders about how NOT to decorate your own front porch.
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