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Best Rob Connelly podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Rob Connelly podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Go in depth with MMA’s most prominent fighters, promoters, trainers and managers from the UFC, Bellator and the other top promotions in the world of #MMA. MMA Junkie Radio is the official radio show and podcast of MMA Junkie (five-time World MMA Awards “Best Media Source” winner). The show broadcasts from the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino’s Race & Sports Book in Las Vegas with hosts, “Gorgeous” George and “Goze." The hosts also cover the big names and events from the world of boxing, pro wres ...
 
Daily News staff writer Tommy Cassell speaks with top athletes, coaches, athletic directors, and others in the MetroWest region of Massachusetts to find out what makes them who they are. Read articles by Tommy in the MetroWest Daily News sports section, online at metrowestdailynews.com/sports. Find him on Twitter @TommyCassell44 and @MetroWestSports.
 
Join Gannett Florida's all-star political lineup each week for a lively discussion and in-depth reporting on politics from the state of Florida. Zac Anderson from the Sarasota Herald Tribune and Gannett state capital correspondent John Kennedy bring you insight and analysis each week, along with special guest reporters fresh from the scene of breaking political news.
 
NewsCycle with Alicia Preston looks at developing and trending news topics around the nation, and features the local view of the reporters, telling the stories. Utilizing actualities and resources from 400 publications across the nation, Alicia connects issues and themes that are trending on a national level.
 
David Dusek, a senior writer at Golfweek, will host Forward Press on a weekly basis. He will speak with other writers, reporters, players and industry insiders about the latest happenings in golf. In addition to breaking down major championships like the Masters and U.S. Open, Forward Press delves into the world of the PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and European Tour, as well as discussing fantasy golf and the latest trends in the game.
 
Whether you’ve lived in Arlington your whole life or just for a few years, there’s probably something around town that’s made you wonder. The Arlington Advocate’s new Wicked Local podcast, A-Town, seeks to answer these questions. Every other week, we take a deep dive into a reader question. We’ll interview town officials and local experts to find the wacky, random or informative answers to your questions. Have a question? Ask it here: https://bit.ly/2qmMGZN
 
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Sway has reopened one of its three locations for takeout and limited in-person dining, but the big news for home cooks is that it has released its first meal kits to help you re-create some of those big Thai flavors at home. The meal kits are variations on two menu favorites: Tiger Cry, marinated hanger steaks served with a pair of house-made sauce…
 
What if Whataburger had wheels? The iconic Texas fast food chain this week debuted its first food truck at an event in San Antonio, according to San Antonio Express-News. Whataburger says the burger-serving vehicle is part of its 70th anniversary celebration. According to the company, the food truck is 36 feet long with 24 feet of cooking space and…
 
On Monday morning, Major League Soccer got a jolt of mainstream relevance that the league has rarely enjoyed during its first 25 years thanks to a promo appearance by Matthew McConaughey. The 25-second clip the league produced to celebrate its milestone might reach more eyeballs through a single social media post by McConaughey than it will when br…
 
Austin-based LitLingo Technologies, which makes a communication platform focused artificial intelligence technology, has raised $2 million. The round was led Austin-based LiveOak Venture Partners. The funding will go to expanding the company’s product and engineering teams. The company makes AI-powered software that watches for risk and errors with…
 
The Central Texas Food Bank will distribute free food to help those who are facing increased food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic from 8 to 11 a.m. Thursday in Kyle. To adhere to social distancing requirements, pickup will only be available to those in vehicles at the Smile Direct Facility at 300 Vista Ridge Drive.…
 
Georgetown police said they are investigating internet wires that were cut at a Georgetown synagogue. Rabbi Jonathan Dade of the Echad (Ay odd) Messianic Congregation said the act prevented the synagogue from broadcasting his Saturday service online. Dade said he believes the act happened because he is a Black man running for mayor of Georgetown.…
 
Killeen police on Monday said they arrested nine people, including three of whom were members of the military, through a child prostitution sting operation last week. The Killeen Police Department announced the arrests through a Monday news release, which stated that the nine men were arrested throughout a two-day operation that concluded Saturday.…
 
Three years ago, University of Texas researchers who study respiratory diseases identified genetic mutations necessary to stabilize a key component of diseases like the coronavirus. So when Chinese researchers shared the genetic sequence of the new coronavirus on Jan. 10, UT researchers were able to freeze a key protein in a way that would become e…
 
As economic cycles go, the rebound in business activity ignited by efforts to open the Texas economy back up amid the coronavirus pandemic appears to be particularly fleeting. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas recently described the rebound as stalled, saying solid initial gains in May and June have reversed course. That’s likely to leave many Tex…
 
Hoping to boost turnout in the November election, the Texas Democratic Party announced Monday that it plans to send more than 815,000 vote-by-mail applications to likely party supporters in August. The targeted recipients are mostly 65 and older, making them automatically eligible to receive a ballot to be filled out at home and returned to county …
 
The average number of officers and cadets leaving the Austin Police Department each month has more than doubled since the end of 2017 and increased by nearly 34% through mid-June compared to 2019. The increased rate of departures has sparked concerns within the department about its ability to perform its duties as city leaders tee up major cuts to …
 
More than a fifth of Texans taking the coronavirus test are currently testing positive, according to new state statistics. Over the past week, the average rate of Texans testing positive for the virus among those tested — known as the positivity rate — was reported on Monday as 21%. State health officials on Monday also reported 31 additional death…
 
Columbus Dispatch sports columnist Michael Arace speaks with Blue Jackets beat reporter Brian Hedger on the latest episode of the Cannon Fodder podcast. During this show we recap what happened in Game 5 against the Toronto Maple Leafs, discuss the performance of goaltender Joonas Korpisalo, and talk about which Blue Jacket players stood out during …
 
In the latest episode of Strip Search: The Comic Strip Podcast, hosts Dave London and Pete Chianca welcome back Sage Stossel, author of the "On the Loose" book series, who's currently re-introducing her superheroine character "Starling" via Go Comics. (Also available at starlingcomic.com.) Stossel's cartoons also appear weekly in the Provincetown B…
 
Reports are that the Big 10 will not play football this year. Is the SEC next in line to do away with football because of the coronavirus pandemic? We discuss. BUT, if the season is played, we break down the fortunate schedule that UGA was given by the SEC. We also discuss the #WeAreUnited movement in college football, former Bulldog golfers at the…
 
The average homeowner in Bastrop may see a $95 hike in their annual tax bill after the City Council proposed a tax increase for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. This week the council proposed a tax rate of 59.61 cents per $100 of property valuation, the highest rate increase the city can make without needing voter approval. The city's current tax rate is…
 
The Bastrop Fire Department is seeking to add six to 10 full-time firefighters next year and transition the department away from its reliance on part-time workers. The city is planning on applying for a federal grant to help fund 10 new positions. If the city is not awarded the grant, then it will allocate funds in its budget next fiscal year to pa…
 
The Downtown Austin Alliance Foundation announced that Republic Square has been chosen to receive a $47,000 grant from the makers of Claritin. The grant will be used to enhance and protect the historic Auction Oaks, as well as adding landscaping, plantings and other features surrounding the park’s celebrated trees.…
 
The average Williamson County homeowner could see an increase of $48 in property taxes under Williamson County’s proposed tax rate, though county commissioners said they will work on lowering it. The county commissioners proposed to leave the county’s tax rate at 45.9 cents per $100, but the average property owner would see a tax increase because p…
 
Texas State University’s football team was back on the field last Thursday for fall camp, but it’s a different world than the one that existed the last time the Bobcats practiced with pads in March. The Bobcats followed a three-phase health monitoring and voluntary workout procedure this summer, bringing in 60 players at the beginning of June, then…
 
The Barton Creek Greenbelt reopened to guests on Saturday, but only to those who made a reservation, a move some Woods of Westlake residents see as a positive step. Austin city officials closed the greenbelts over the July 4th holiday weekend as a surge in coronavirus cases threatened to overwhelm the Austin area’s hospital systems. Travis County h…
 
The 3.1-mile trail at Lake Pflugerville, which was closed June 30 because of the coronavirus pandemic, will reopen starting at noon Monday, the city announced Friday. All other park amenities, including the north parking lot, fishing piers, boat ramp, open space, the playground area, pavilion, beach and lake access will remain closed. The city is a…
 
The group behind a petition drive to bring Austin’s homeless camping ban before voters in November is asking for donations after City Clerk Jannette Goodall ruled last Wednesday that Save Austin Now failed to collect enough signatures to earn a place on the ballot. The petition sought to restore a ban on camping in public spaces and overnight panha…
 
A New Braunfels-based business accused of has been temporarily blocked from “advertising, offering and performing COVID-19 testing,” federal prosecutors said. A restraining order against Living Health New Braunfels and its owner, Leslie Tatum, is in effect while the FBI continues its investigation of the business. Prosecutors allege that Tatum and …
 
Legal experts across America will likely be tuning into a misdemeanor traffic case in Travis County this week to watch the nation’s first binding criminal jury trial held via video conference. The trial will serve as a test run for whether jurors can realistically listen to evidence and communicate with one another from the comfort of their own hom…
 
Austin Public Health officials warned the community Thursday about an outbreak of cyclosporiasis, a parasitic intestinal illness that stems from ingesting food or water contaminated by feces. Health officials investigating the outbreak said at least 82 cases of the infection have been reported to the city’s epidemiology team since June. A cyclospor…
 
The Austin City Council and Capital Metro’s leadership on Friday moved forward with creating a joint board that would oversee the implementation of a multibillion-dollar public transit system. The two bodies issued resolutions to create the Austin Transportation Partnership Board, a local government corporation that would guide the construction of …
 
Columbia Daily Tribune Mizzou athletics reporter Eric Blum is joined by Justin Lee, Auburn athletics beat reporter at the Opelika Auburn News, to co-host and talk about the Southeastern Conference adding two games to each team's schedule. This week's special guest is Glenn Guilbeau, LSU beat writer for the USA Today Network.…
 
Five years ago, the Paramount Theatre turned 100 in grand style with a colossal party in 2015. And the biggest party favor of all: the replaced vertical “blade” sign — gone since the 1960s — that restored to Congress Avenue one of its iconic visual elements. As part of that yearlong fandango, the Paramount drafted local author Terri Schexnayder to …
 
Texas Tech athletic director Kirby Hocutt released a statement Wednesday evening following a USA TODAY Sports investigation into the school’s women’s basketball program. The newspaper reported on players alleging a culture of abuse in the Texas Tech program since Marlene Stollings took over in April 2018. Hocutt said he met with the Lady Raiders ba…
 
The Austin City Council is inching closer to major changes that would disrupt the Police Department, but it appears those changes might roll out over the course of the next year, and not come all at once. Conceding that some reforms are simply too big to implement right away, the council carved out a loose plan Thursday heading into the budget adop…
 
Harker Heights police on Thursday said a 28-year-old Killeen man was charged with murder this week for the May slaying of U.S. Army Private first class Brandon Rosecrans of Fort Hood. Authorities have accused Brandon Michael Olivares of shooting the 27-year-old soldier to death in the 2100 block of Fuller Lane in Harker Heights on May 18, authoriti…
 
Authorities earlier this week seized 350 pounds of marijuana from a septic truck during a traffic stop on Interstate 10, the Fayette County sheriff’s office said Thursday. A sheriff’s office drug interdiction investigator had pulled over the truck on the eastbound lanes of I-10 near Flatonia around 11 a.m. Tuesday for a traffic violation, Sheriff K…
 
Round Rock City Council members who were set to discuss rescheduling their postponed May city elections have pushed their decision to next week. The decision to punt, which the council unanimously approved, came after a two-hour special session that included comments from 25 people and 40 minutes spent in executive session with the city attorney.…
 
Austin sweated out its third-warmest July on record this year, the National Weather Service said. The average monthly temperature at Camp Mabry, Austin’s main weather station, was 88.9 degrees — 3.9 degrees above July’s normal average. Temperatures of 100 degrees or more roasted the city on 20 of July’s 31 days. The particularly hot month can be at…
 
Governor Greg Abbott and state health officials Thursday warned that Texans shouldn’t wait to get a flu shot this year. Abbott said he remains hopeful that increased social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic also will help slow the spread of the seasonal flu. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends getting a flu vaccine…
 
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