Doug Stephan
Doug Stephan
2:00am - 5:00am
ON AIR WITH DOUG, JEN & VICTORIA
My Profile
banner banner
Infinite Menus, Copyright 2006, OpenCube Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Fox National News
Subscribe To This Feed
A program in a Tennessee county reduces inmates' jail time if they voluntarily undergo birth control procedures, in a move that has drawn criticism from the local district attorney and the American Civil Liberties Union.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has asked the United States to intervene in a current strife with Israeli officials over metal detectors in a long-contested shrine near the Lion’s Gate in Jerusalem.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
It would be a first for a U.S. national park: Requiring reservations to get in. But it's an option that Utah's Zion National Park is considering to manage an overwhelming surge of visitors to its sweeping red-rock vistas and canyons.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Are you a conservative who’s found yourself increasingly surrounded by liberals? Well, relocation to Collin County in the Red State of Texas may be just what you need to blow away your Blue State blues.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
In a seeming act of defiance toward the Trump administration, a federal judge in San Francisco has refused to reinstate the president’s sanctuary cities order.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Organizers of an international robotics competition in the U.S. capital believe the disappearance of six teens from Burundi may have been "self-initiated."

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
A former Miss USA contestant from Kentucky is facing arraignment next week after being accused of sneaking drugs to an inmate inside an Ohio prison.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
One after another, cities across the United States are removing Confederate statues and other symbols, dispensing with what some see as offensive artifacts of a shameful past marked by racism and slavery.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
A bag of moon dust from NASA’s Apollo 11 mission – which a woman bought for $995 in 2015 -- sold for $1.8 million at a Sotheby’s auction this week following an intense court battle. The bag, filled with moon dust by astronaut Neil Armstrong during the first manned mission to the moon in July 1969, had previously been misidentified and mistakenly sold at an online government auction.NASA’s attempt to retrieve the bag failed after a federal judge in December ruled it legally belonged to a Chicago-area woman who bought it two years ago.The buyer in Tuesday’s auction declined to be identified. The pre-sale estimate was $2 million to $4 million.Details of the 2015 purchase were made public during the court case.Investigators seized the bag in 2003 after searching a garage of a man later convicted of stealing and selling museum artifacts, including some on loan from NASA.The bag then went up for bid at a government auction in 2015, where Nancy Carlson, of Inverness, Illinois, paid $995 to acquire the ordinary-looking bag made of white Beta cloth and polyester, with rubberized nylon and a brass zipper.Carlson, a collector, knew the bag had been used in a space flight, but she didn't know which one. She sent the bag to NASA for testing, but the government agency tried to keep it after identifying its contents. The artifact “belongs to the American people,” NASA said then.But U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten, in Wichita, Kansas, ruled in favor of Carlson, acknowledging that although the item shouldn’t have been sold at auction in the first place, he didn’t have the authority to reverse the sale. He ordered the government to return it to Carlson.The judge said the importance and desirability of the bag stemmed solely from the efforts of NASA employees whose “amazing technical achievements, skill and courage in landing astronauts on the moon and returning them safely have not been replicated in the almost half a century since the Apollo 11 landing.”When it comes to moon landings, this week’s auction was far from the final frontier.A group called For All Moonkind Inc. mentioned the moon bag this week while campaigning for “measures to preserve and protect the six Apollo lunar landing sites.” It plans to take up the issue next month at the Starship Congress 2017 in California.Also getting out-of-this-world interest at the auction was the Flown Apollo 13 Flight Plan, with handwritten notations by all three crew members. It sold to an online bidder for $275,000, well above its pre-sale estimate high of $40,000.The Associated Press contributed to this report.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio veteran who sought to defy local law and keep pet ducks, that he says help relieve his post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, can now keep them.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Mississippi football coach Hugh Freeze resigned from his position on Thursday night as reports surfaced that he has used his school-issued phone to call an escort service.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
A 6.7 magnitude earthquake rattled Turkey’s Aegean coast and several Greek islands, killing two and injuring over 100 others early Friday morning.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
The family of Justine Damond, the Australian woman shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer responding to her 911 call, and hundreds of demonstrators gathered Thursday evening near the late meditation teacher's home for a march against police killings.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
A Bronx High School of Science teacher was sentenced to seven years in federal prison on Thursday for purchasing nude photos from teenage boys.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Four men in Orange County, Florida, have been accused of taking turns sexually assaulting a woman at a party in May.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
A Deerfield Beach, Florida resident heard a “big bang” on his roof on Saturday morning, but it wasn’t thunder.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Officials at a Texas school district have approved a controversial new disciplinary practice on students: paddling.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Authorities in Florida say that a group of teenagers recorded the drowning of a disabled man last week — and did nothing to help as they made fun of his struggles.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Michael Blair has one of the dirtiest jobs in Ohio: Cleaning the filthy nets of one of a dozen tributaries to the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland.

0
comments



Subscribe To This Feed
Officials in White County, Tennessee have given inmates the option of ending their jail sentence early if they voluntarily agree to have a vasectomy or birth control implant.

0
comments



KBYR on Twitter


Videos


LinkedUpRadio Envisionwise Web Services