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Former NFL MVP talks about turning setbacks into comebacks

By: Spencer
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This week, Producer Spencer had to cut some kids off his Columbia Ravens Football Team. 2005 NFL MVP, Shaun Alexander, talked to the morning show about setbacks in his life that he was able to turn into comebacks.

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Hometown Hero: Daryl Howard

By: Spencer
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Find out how this Chick-fil-A manager helped a WWII vet.

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My Dearest Dietrich

By: Stacey
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Stacey Stone sits down with author Amanda Barratt to talk about Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his great lost love.

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Hometown Hero: Celebrity Chef Ashish Alfred

By: Spencer
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Celebrity Chef Ashish Alfred is known world wide and owns three restaurants in our area. He joined Jerry and Blanca as our hometown hero.

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Mayor of La Plata's personal invitation

By: Blanca
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You know something's a pretty big deal when you hear from the mayor. And this morning, Madam Mayor Jeannine Elizabeth from La Plata, MD joined us to invite the community to be a part of the WGTS 91.9 Ice Cream Tour this Friday from 3pm-7pm.

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Dr. Bridget Erhabor "True Love; More Than a Love Affair"

By: Claude

On this episode of Breakaway, Kevin Krueger discussed the meaning of true love with Dr. Bridget Erhabor. She's the author of the new book "True Love; More Than a Love Affair".

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God's Not Done With You - new video!

By: Rob
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No matter what you've done, or what you are facing, Tauren Wells wants you to know that God's not done writing your story.

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Why this Memorial Day is extra special for Producer Spencer

It was more than just "coincidence." Producer Spencer shares what made this Memorial Day a little more meaningful.

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WGTS - and YOU - love moms!

Thousands of moms across the DMV now know how much they are loved because of you!

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May
05

Compassion Sunday (Gwynn Oak, MD)

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Your family can change the life of a child in poverty. You can find out how when you attend a Compassion Sunday event May 5th at a church near you.