Monday, July 16, 2018
Maingear F131 unboxing
Watch us unbox the Maingear F131, a gorgeous hot rod of a gaming rig.
Daniel Egusquiza hosts an episode of Algo Cultural.
Todd Pund; President: Macon Bacon
Ty Wilson interviews Todd Pund, president of the Macon Bacon. Pund talks about how the team is doing so far, as well as ticket sales. For more information on the Macon Bacon and ticket sales, visit
Willpower Baseball
Willpower Baseball
Endangered Fish Stalls Plant Construction
WAAY 31's Sarah Singleterry reports on how an endangered fish is delaying construction of the Mazda Toyota Manufacturing USA Incorporated Plant
Overturned Cement Truck
WAAY 31's Will Robinson-Smith reports from the site of an overturned cement truck
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Endangered fish stalls construction
The endangered Spring Pygmy Sunfish stalls construction of Mazda Toyota Manufacturing Plant in Limestone County
Despite the thermometer hitting 102 in Chico early evening, the Thursday Night Market was as busy as ever.
Scores 2-Day: July 12, 2018
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Baseball and brotherhood
The Newman baseball team has a special fan in the stands.
Brian Goodman takes over Houston Baseball
Goodman brings 17 years of experience to the Hilltoppers.
SWAC to hold 2018 football title game in Birmingham
The Southwestern Athletic Conference has decided to continue holding its football championship game and bring it back to Birmingham.
CFC Stop Georgia Revolution in Playoffs
CFC Stop Georgia Revolution in Playoffs
Rex walk off again`
Austin Weiler pulls more late magic.
Chico State Hosts Youth Baseball Camp
Chico State Hosts Youth Baseball Camp
Ocean Springs adult basketball league
For locals who still wanna be like Mike or are simply staying in shape, check out the Ocean Springs Park and Rec adult basketball league. The league consists of 16 teams, two divisions, and one championship. There’s a regular season and a playoff to contend for the championship. You assemble your own team. A $325 team fee covers all the games, certified officials, game balls, and security. This all started when members of the Ocean Springs community who love the game of basketball wanted to start a program for adults to compete. City of Ocean Springs Athletic Coordinator Chris Kostmayer said, “We off all the leagues for kids. So, we wanted to offer for the adults in the community. We had a lot of interest from parents from our basketball leagues. So, we decided to get it started last year.” Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson said, “Guys like me, we used to play basketball and be real active in sports. We get a little older and you know how it is. It’s hard to really find the time. That’ why it’s good to have this type of program, just to promote being healthy and promote being active.” Next year, the league plans to have even more teams. In which, Ocean Springs Mayor Shea Dobson plans to assemble his version of the Golden State Warriors and win the championship.
Granda, Bonilla win Jr. City Golf
Lauren Stewart also named most outstanding girls' golfer.


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