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Clark Howard wants to help you save more, spend less, and avoid getting ripped off.

His nationally syndicated radio show takes your calls and delivers the latest consumer news and advice. Dana Loesch hosts her award-winning, #1 rated, daily program from flagship station KFTK-FM, St.

This is the first national financial radio program covering primarily mutual fund investments.

Hosts Adam Bold, Denny Smith and Andy Smith take calls and deliver their insights with a down-to-earth approach.

The AJC’s “Gridlock Guy” Mark Arum has weighed in on the streetcar situation again today. He’s also right to point out that after the

Clark Howard wants to help you save more, spend less, and avoid getting ripped off.His nationally syndicated radio show takes your calls and delivers the latest consumer news and advice. Dana Loesch hosts her award-winning, #1 rated, daily program from flagship station KFTK-FM, St.This is the first national financial radio program covering primarily mutual fund investments.Hosts Adam Bold, Denny Smith and Andy Smith take calls and deliver their insights with a down-to-earth approach.

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Clark Howard wants to help you save more, spend less, and avoid getting ripped off.

His nationally syndicated radio show takes your calls and delivers the latest consumer news and advice. Dana Loesch hosts her award-winning, #1 rated, daily program from flagship station KFTK-FM, St.

This is the first national financial radio program covering primarily mutual fund investments.

Hosts Adam Bold, Denny Smith and Andy Smith take calls and deliver their insights with a down-to-earth approach.

The AJC’s “Gridlock Guy” Mark Arum has weighed in on the streetcar situation again today. He’s also right to point out that after the $1 boarding fee went into place, the 90,000 riders for the first three months of this year are far too low for the streetcar route to be considered successful.

His story is more of what we’ve come to see from him: a scathing review showing transit to be a colossal waste of taxpayer money. And finally, he’s right to show that the streetcar has been poorly managed and is rife with operational mistakes and failures.

boarding fee went into place, the 90,000 riders for the first three months of this year are far too low for the streetcar route to be considered successful.

His story is more of what we’ve come to see from him: a scathing review showing transit to be a colossal waste of taxpayer money. And finally, he’s right to show that the streetcar has been poorly managed and is rife with operational mistakes and failures.

An 'optical illusion' on Interstate 285, just outside Atlanta, Georgia, is the cause of some ten crashes this year that have seen trucks rollover onto their sides as their drivers fail to properly negotiate a bend in the road.President Obama and Jimmy Fallon won our hearts when they slow-jammed the news, but this local Atlanta news team sneaking Biggie Smalls lyrics into the traffic report last week is giving the former commander-in-chief and late night host a run for their money.Fred Blankenship and Mark Arum of WSB-TV decided to mark the 20th anniversary of the Notorious B. G.‘s murder on Thursday by slipping as many Biggie lyrics into the news as they could. Blankenship starts off by introducing himself and then tossing it over to Arum with, “and if you don’t know, know you know [about those traffic delays].” Arum, standing in front of a standard traffic map, doesn’t miss a beat and responds with, “I know you thought birthdays were the worst days / but Thursdays might be the days for Forsyth County” referencing all of the “B-I-G-G-I-E” delays on the morning commute.Yesterday, Atlanta newscasters Mark Arum and Fred Blankenship took it upon themselves to pay their respects to the legendary Queensbridge rapper by referencing Mobb Deep lyrics into their live traffic report.The news duo managed to get off at least 10 lyrics and the slick inserts go from subtle to outright hilariously.