Created with Sketch.
21 minutes | Aug 6, 2016
#55 Everyone Rubbernecks
The ambush on Dallas Police Officers that killed five will likely be a turning point in modern law enforcement history. On this week's Newsish Podcast we chat with WFAA Reporter Rebecca Lopez about the political aftermath. Plus, social media wizard Jeff Anastasio breaks down the creepiest clown related story you've heard this week.
27 minutes | Jul 30, 2016
#54: One Whiz Wit
Chance Horner and David Schechter are deliriously tired and walking around the Democratic National Convention talking to people.
28 minutes | Jul 23, 2016
#53: Low Sick
How do you cover an already tragic story when the victims are your sources and friends? Tanya Eiserer has covered the police beat in Dallas for many years both as a newspaper and television journalist. The Dallas police ambush hit particularly close to home. Plus, a viewer gets to come along for the ride and see how the news gets made.
36 minutes | Jul 16, 2016
#52: In The Line of Fire
Photojournalist Brandon Mowry was a block away when a gunman opened fire on Dallas police officers.
17 minutes | Jul 11, 2016
#51: Ambush in Dallas
Five police officers were killed after a gunman opened fire during a protest in downtown Dallas. Over the next couple of episodes of the podcast, we'll be talking to the staffers that were there as bullets were flying. In this episode, Sebastian and Chance talk about coming in to cover the breaking news and how it will affect the news in Dallas moving forward.
20 minutes | May 30, 2016
#50: In the Car
Our stories this week are on the road. First, David Schechter rents a bus to help confront people texting and driving. http://www.wfaa.com/news/nation/emotional-letters-of-loss-sent-to-drivers-texting-driving/213978847 Marie Saavedra travels to Wichita Falls to tell the story of how to clean up a hoarding house. http://www.wfaa.com/news/local/tarrant-county/go-inside-a-hoarding-house-a-dirty-secret-for-thousands-of-north-texans/212753101
30 minutes | May 17, 2016
#49: In Love for 24 Hours
In the last year, 16 million travelers moved through Love Field. That’s almost 10 million more than five years ago. How do they do it? David Schechter joins us to discuss spending 24 hours behind the scenes at Love.
29 minutes | May 7, 2016
#48: Bathroom Bills
The mayor of Rockwall, Texas tries to pass his own version of North Carolina's controversial "bathroom bill." Bradley Blackburn joins to show to talk about it. Plus, Jeff Anastasio brings stories of expensive tortillas and creepy Mother's Day gifts.
45 minutes | Apr 22, 2016
#47: Tent City
Bradley Blackburn joins the podcast to talk about his project covering Dallas's sprawling tent city homeless encampment. Plus, Jeff Anatasio stops by to talk about the week's trending stories. Including mean moms and missing kitty cats. And Sebastian reminds us that he can't break windows. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiSTAcYl0_w
30 minutes | Apr 8, 2016
#46: Three Dr. Peppers a Day
A 105-year-old Texas Rangers super-fan gets the thrill of a lifetime.
40 minutes | Apr 1, 2016
#45: The Great Word Wrangler
Wrestlemania comes to town and executive producer Micheal Bean stops by to explain wrestling fanatics.
29 minutes | Mar 25, 2016
#44: Mother Accused of Murder
Sofya Tsygankova, the estranged wife of acclaimed pianist Vadym Kholodenko, is accused of smothering her two children. Tanya Eiserer has been a crime and courts reporter for years and, as a mother herself, shares her unique insight into this story.
36 minutes | Mar 18, 2016
#43: Night on the Bridge
When an EF4 tornado hit Garland, Texas on the day after Christmas, nine people lost their lives along a major highway interchange. David Schechter joins the show to talk about taking over almost an entire newscast to tell the story of what happened that night. http://www.wfaa.com/news/local/night-on-the-bridge-a-forgotten-tragedy/56402085
33 minutes | Mar 3, 2016
#42: Donald Trump Coloring Book
Matt Pearl from WXIA in Atlanta joined the show to talk about the life of being confined to political rally cattle pin. Check out Matt's blog and podcast: tellingthestoryblog.com
33 minutes | Feb 24, 2016
#41: Skydiving with Hugh Jackman
A candidate forum gets out of hand quickly and it's all caught on tape. On this week's show WFAA reporter Demond Fernandez joins us in studio to talk about the heated race for a Dallas County Commissioners seat. Plus, Mike Castellucci joins Sebastian in studio with what's trending and the time he went indoor skydiving with Hugh Jackman. No really, Castellucci went indoor skydiving with Hugh Jackman.
42 minutes | Feb 18, 2016
A "catfisher" uses WFAA anchor Ron Corning's Facebook photos to scam women online.
33 minutes | Feb 12, 2016
#39: Debbie Doesn't Do Dallas
A controversial convention is voted out of the City of Dallas -- a decision that's pitted morality versus first amendment rights. WFAA's David Schechter was in the city council chambers for the vote. Plus, Mike Castellucci drops in with this weeks trending stories. The guys talk "mysterious feet" and the latest on the premiere of the Real Housewives of Dallas. http://www.wfaa.com/news/local/dallas-county/dallas-city-council-votes-to-bar-exxxotica-expo/39377627
36 minutes | Feb 5, 2016
#38: Campaign Food and Militant Non-Watchers
On this weeks podcast WFAA's political reporter Jason Whitley is fresh of the campaign trail. Whitley spent several days covering the presidential race of Senator Ted Cruz in Iowa in the days surrounding the Iowa caucuses. Chance and Sebastian discuses the yearly appearance of the Super Bowl objectors. And Mike Castellucci brings us the most shared stories in what's trending. Don't forget to subscribe to Jason Whitely's political podcast, "Inside Texas Politics." txpolitics.libsyn.com
38 minutes | Jan 29, 2016
#37: Daddy Took My Phone
A father takes his daughters cell phone and ends up in court, Netflix's "Making a Murder" sheds light on flaws in the criminal justice system, and we have a thoughtful, in-depth analysis of Facebook emojis. Dad Takes Tween's Phone: http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/crime/2016/01/26/dallas-dad-not-guilty-taking-tween-daughters-phone/79355512/ For a second time, Mike Castellucci produced a half-hour special using only his iPhone: http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/crime/2016/01/26/dallas-dad-not-guilty-taking-tween-daughters-phone/79355512/
32 minutes | Jan 22, 2016
#36: Through the Cracks
A rural county sheriff comes clean about losing track of sex offenders. http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/crime/2016/01/13/sex-offenders-slip-through-cracks-parker-county/78765566/ Plus, Jason Whitely gives an update on how Newsish ruined an exclusive interview. Oops.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022