Kyle Whitmire: Domestic And Child Abuse In The South

Kyle Whitmire: Domestic And Child Abuse In The South

Ray Rice, Mark Fuller, and Adrian Peterson. All of these men have been in the headlines in recent weeks for issues involving domestic or child abuse. As these acts of violence keep resurfacing in the news cycle we're left wondering: what needs to change in our culture to make the abuse stop? Kyle Whitmire of Al.com and the Birmingham News joins us now to discuss.

Cindy Crawford: Magic City Marketplace

Cindy Crawford: Magic City Marketplace

Much has been written about the challenges women face making it to top positions in business. But a new report from the Women's Fund of Greater Birmingham highlights the issues faced by women much further down on the economic ladder. We talk about that in this week's Magic City Marketplace.

John Archibald: Preferential Treatment for the Governor's Security Head

John Archibald: Preferential Treatment for the Governor's Security Head

Those who protect prominent politicians often stay out of the limelight, But the head of Alabama Governor Robert Bentley's security detail is getting some unwelcomed attention. It's for how much he's making and for a promotion some say wasn't deserved. Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald has the details.

The Uncertain Future Of The AEA

The Uncertain Future Of The AEA

Paul Hubbert is the retired leader of the Alabama Education Association. This week he wrote a letter to the AEA board of directors saying the organization is in trouble. He says there are management, financial, and organizational problems. Kyle Whitmire of AL.com and the Birmingham News joins us to discuss the future of the AEA.

Contracts Bring Controversy In Vestavia Hills Schools

Contracts Bring Controversy In Vestavia Hills Schools

If you could keep your six-figure salary but work only "as needed," mainly from home, advising the person doing your old job, would you take that deal? After 14 years as Vestavia Hills schools superintendent, that's exactly what Dr. Jamie Blair is doing now. And that's raised some questions in this highly regarded school district. Some support the school board's decision, but others say it's just wrong. WBHM's education reporter Dan Carsen has much more.

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