As part of the Guiding Greatness series presented by Delta Air Lines, Notre Dame Fighting Irish coach Mike Brey spoke to us in the second part of this video series about how he needs to adapt every year, how his words impact players in the present and the future, and the story of his former player Pat Connaughton.
CBS Sports NFL analyst Boomer Esiason discusses Lamar Jackson, Josh Rosen, Jets, Giants, and QB PayFormer Cincinnati Bengals quarterback and current analyst for The NFL Today on CBS breaks down some of the younger quarterbacks heading into the 2019 season. He weighs in on Josh Rosen's situation in Miami, what Lamar Jackson needs to do to improve in Year 2 and the expectations for the Jets and Giants in NY. #Ravens #Dolphins #Giants #Jets
CBS Sports NFL analyst Dan Fouts on Lamar Jackson, Sam Darnold, and Philip RiversFormer Chargers quarterback and current CBS Sports NFL analyst breaks down what he expects from second year quarterbacks Lamar Jackson and Sam Darnold. He weighs in on how the Ravens have changed the offense to fit Jackson's strengths and what to expect of the Darnold-Adam Gase relationship. Then Fouts discusses the QB for his old team, Philip Rivers. #Ravens #Chargers #Jets #NFL
Caty McNally On US Open, Serena Williams, Coco GauffMcNally will be playing in the US Open for the first time this year and she shares what it's been like competiting against Coco Gauff for years and what she admires most about Serena Williams.
The Sit-Down: Caty McNallyThe up and coming tennis star talks with DJ Sixsmith about playing at the US Open, competing against Coco Gauff, and why Venus and Serena Williams inspire her. #USOpen
Cocaine Worth $1 Million Hidden In Bananas Shipped To Grocery StoresHuge shipments of cocaine were found stuffed inside boxes of bananas at three grocery stores in the past week, authorities in western Washington state said. Curtis Silva reports.
Study: People Who Post Selfies Are Seen As Less Likeable, InsecurePeople who post more selfies than posies to their social media accounts tend to be viewed more negatively by others, a new study said Tuesday. Curtis Silva reports.
Alice Wetterlund On New Comedy Special & Acting CareerWetterlund's new comedy special "My Mama Is a Human and So Am I" hits Amazon this week and she explains how it all came together.
The Sit-Down: Alice WetterlundThe comedian and actor talks with DJ Sixsmith about her new Amazon comedy special "My Mama Is a Human and So Am I."
Pan Am Games Protesters Put On Probation For 12 MonthsTwo U.S. athletes have been placed on probation for 12 months for their political protests last week at the Pan Am Games. Katie Johnston reports.
Mother Says Child Protective Services Impostors Tried To Take Her SonA mother in Washington state says two strangers posing as Child Protective Services agents showed up at her house Monday and tried to take her 4-year-old son away from her. Katie Johnston reports.
Julia Goldani Telles On Showtime's The AffairThe Affair begins its final season on Sunday August 25 and Julia explains what this chapter of her life has been like and what this show has meant to the television landscape.
The Sit-Down: Julia Goldani TellesThe actor from The Affair on Showtime joins DJ Sixsmith to discuss being raised by two professors, the final season of The Affair, and growing in your 20s. #TheAffair
BBMAK On Back Here, Comeback Tour And Touring With NSYNCThe guys from BBMAK are back and they discuss why they decided to get back on tour and what fans can expect from their new album later this year.
The Sit-Down: BBMAKThe guys from BBMAK chat with DJ Sixsmith about their return to the music world, new music coming later this year, and memories from touring with NSYNC and Destiny's Child. #BBMAK
Scientists Say Heat Wave In Alaska Is Killing Large Numbers Of SalmonScientists are blaming unprecedented heat wave this summer for reduced salmon populations in parts of Alaska. Katie Johnston reports.
Church Wipes Out $3 Million In Medical Debt For 1,589 Local FamiliesA church in central Arkansas has just paid off more than $3 million of medical debt for 1,589 of its neighbors. Katie Johnston reports.
Caroline Jones On Performing With Zach Brown Band & Jimmy BuffettThe country music singer-songwriter discusses her career, memories of performing with some of the greats, and her new EP coming in October.
The Sit-Down: Caroline JonesThe country music singer-songwriter talks with DJ Sixsmith about her career, opening for The Eagles and Jimmy Buffett and her new EP "Chasin' Me."
Army Football PreviewThe Army West Point Black Knights enter 2019 coming off a season in which they posted the highest win total in school history with 11, including a 70-14 blowout of Houston in the Armed Forces Bowl. Katie Johnston reports.
Baseball Report: Orioles Allowing Home Runs At Record PaceThe Orioles, enduring one of the worst seasons in franchise history, look poised to break the single-season record for home runs allowed. Katie Johnston reports.
UCLA Football PreviewFans looking for bright spots and hope heading into a new season that kicks off on Thursday, August 29 with a trip to Cincinnati to battle the Bearcats. Katie Johnston reports.
Amanda Clayton On City On A HillClayton discusses what it was like to play Cathy Ryan and dives into what went down in the final episode of the first season.
The Sit-Down: Amanda ClaytonThe star of Showtime's City On A Hill talks with DJ Sixsmith about playing Kathy Ryan, Boston in the 90s, Kevin Bacon and Aldis Hodge. #CityOnAHill
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Marries Lynnfield’s Lauren HashianJohnson, 47, and Hashian, 34, are the parents of two daughters: Jasmine, 3, and Tiana, 1. Katie Johnston reports.
Tyson Foods Recalling 39K Pounds Of Weaver Brand Chicken PattiesTysons Foods Inc is recalling around 39,000 pounds of Weaver brand frozen chicken patty product that may be possibly contaminated by foreign matter. Katie Johnston reports
Mentor Changed WWE’s Titus O’Neil By Saying ‘There’s No Such Thing As A Bad Kid’The boy who would grow up to be WWE Superstar Titus O'Neil was helped to find the right path by a mentor who believed in him.
Vaccine For Cat Allergies Developed By Swiss ScientistsIf you love cats but are allergic to them, a team of scientists in Switzerland could have the purrfect solution for you. HypoPet AG, a Swiss-based company, announced it has developed a vaccine called HypoCat that works by “immunizing cats against their own major allergen, Fel d 1,” found in cat dander to which 10 percent of humans are allergic, according to the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Katie Johnston reports.
Beth Mowins On Oakland Raiders, Antonio Brown, And Derek CarrThe play by play announcer talks with DJ Sixsmith about Jon Gruden, how Antonio Brown can have a productive season and what Derek Carr needs to do for his team. #Oakland Raiders
FDA Pushes For Disturbing Warning Labels On Cigarette PackagesA new rule proposed by the Food and Drug Administration would have the United States join the rest of most developed countries showing graphic imagery on cigarette packages. Katie Johnston reports