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Miami Valley Speaks! Local Programs and News To Use from WCSU.

Listen to the latest news from WCSU, Central State University and our surrounding counties at our Soundcloud page. Audiobites featuring WCSU hosts and guests!

Charter Day Profiles

134 Years of Academic Excellence

Central State University celebrated, virtually, 134 years of Academic Excellence on March 2, 2021. Listen to honorees stories below!

Tune in to Jazz Brunch - Mon-Fri At 9 AM

Trent Darby brings you upbeat jazz to energize your morning at 9 AM. Funky Friday's are back!

Money Making Conversations, Saturdays at 8am Eastern

Listen to Money Making Conversations on WCSU!

Money Making Conversations is a talk show hosted by Emmy Award-Winning Producer Rushion McDonald where he interviews celebrities, CEOs, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders on their Secrets To Success.

Local News

The Joshua Smith Project

Stories From Central State University!

L.I.F.E. With DJ Sessions

Financial literacy, mortgage, lending- all topics covered in L.I.F.E. with DJ! Find out more below,

Grounded Hope

“From the Highways to the Hedgerows”

This podcast series delves into Ohio’s agricultural past to rediscover ways that we can work with the land, and with each other, to regenerate our soil and communities.

Covid-19

Resources/ Recursos COVID-19

Access websites with bilingual information and resources regarding COVID-19. Acceda a sitios web con información bilingüe y recursos sobre COVID-19

Stop Smoking Now

The Ohio Tobacco Quit Line

Quitting tobacco is a process. Whether you are thinking about quitting, are not yet ready to quit, or have already quit, Ohio Tobacco Quit Line can help you with each step of the way.

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A federal judge has ordered two men who are charged with conspiracy for allegedly assaulting police officers during the Capitol riot to be detained pending trial.

As the coronavirus outbreak recedes in many parts of the U.S., the Pacific Northwest has emerged as an outlier — gripped by a late spring surge that has filled hospitals in the metro areas around Seattle and Portland.

In recent weeks, the governors of both states have hit the brakes on reopening plans in hopes of countering the rapid spread of the more contagious B.1.1.7. variant of the coronavirus, first identified in the U.K.

About a year after the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery became national news, and nearly 15 months after he was shot while jogging down a Brunswick street, Georgia has repealed the vague law that is being used to defend the men in jail for his murder.

Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed the overhaul he championed at the state Capitol today, alongside a bipartisan group of state lawmakers as well as Arbery's mother Wanda Cooper-Jones and sister, Jasmine Arbery.

New York's Lincoln Center, as people gather for its reopening on Monday, May 10.
Jeff Lunden / NPR

The performing arts

LONDON — England, Scotland and Northern Ireland on Monday recorded no new COVID-19 deaths – a milestone that health experts said represents an encouraging sign, but caution could be temporary.

Meanwhile, Wales recorded just four coronavirus-related deaths. Even so, it's a sharp contrast to a January peak across the U.K., when about 1,800 deaths were recorded in a single day.

The Vatican's top enforcer of doctrine has sent a warning to U.S. bishops about a potential proposal by some conservative clergy to deny communion to Catholic election officials who support legislation allowing abortion.

The possible plan could impact President Biden, among other Catholic political figures.

Democrats in the House and Senate are introducing legislation Tuesday that would make pandemic-related food benefits for college students permanent. The push is being led by Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent.

Updated May 11, 2021 at 11:48 AM ET

A gunman in the Russian city of Kazan opened fire at a school early Tuesday, killing at least seven students, a teacher and a school worker, and injuring 21 others, Russian officials said.

The governor of Tatarstan, an oil-rich, Muslim-majority region where Kazan is the capital, said seven of the dead were eighth-grade students at Kazan's School No. 175.

The lament, a lyrical outpouring of sorrow, is one of the oldest and most universal art forms, with The Lament for Sumer and Ur dating back 4,000 years to ancient Sumer.

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Listen To Sunday Gospel at 10am Eastern

Brother Ronald L. Murray, Your Soldier For The Lord, will get you up and moving with the best in traditional, contemporary and inspirational music.

Alive! w/ Cristina Redko, PhD

Alive! w/ Cristina Redko, PhD

You will hear stories about how our lives, all living beings and our living systems are intertwined: big and small, close and far, including us, human beings.

Thursdays at 12:00 PM

Café Jazz is a mix of original vinyl recordings with contemporary jazz releases on CD with host Richard (Gene) Knight. 

Mondays at Noon

"Catch the Flo" is a weekly music show hosted by contemporary jazz keyboard artist, Marcus Johnson. "Catch the Flo" features jazz music, both straight and smooth.

Personnel

Trent Darby - Morning Host

Charles Fox - WCSU General Manager

Stephon Lane - Broadcast Technician Manager

Wade T Oberlin - Underwriting/Marketing Representative

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