Forgot Password

Not a Member? Sign up here!


The AC Mike Show is now on THREE Days a week! Thursdays at 7pm, Saturdays at 1pm and Sundays at 11am!

WOND Local South Jersey News

Two Busted For Allegedly Selling Pot Out Of Smokeshop

Two people under arrest, accused of selling pot out of the Enlightened Smoke and Specialty Shop, located at 14 South Main St., in Court House. Middle Township Police Department say they investigated after a complaint and executed a search warrant at the shop this week. The Cape May County Herald reports as a result of […]

AC Man Indicted In Overdose Deaths

An Atlantic County Grand Jury handed down an indictment on July 27, 2021, against an Atlantic City man for 2 counts of Strict Liability Homicide and multiple narcotics offenses in connection to the drug related deaths of two men from the United Kingdom in March 2020. Last month, 24 year old Tyrell Gist was taken […]

Former AC Substitute Teacher Draws Prison Term

A former Atlantic City substitute teacher and Department of Children and Family Services caseworker was sentenced to 20 years and one month in federal prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to the exploitation of a young boy who was in his care. The Press of Atlantic City reports 29 year old Kayan Frazier Frazier […]

North Wildwood Approves Beach Replenishment

A resolution approved in North Wildwood to fill in several beaches to combat damage from harsh storms. The Cape May County Herald reports a 12-mile portion of the New Jersey coastline, from Townsend’s Inlet to Cape May Inlet, is set to undergo beach replenishment in order to help prevent further storm damage. It was most […]

WOND National News

Wisconsin judge finds probable cause to charge police officer in fatal shooting


(MILWAUKEE, Wis.) -- A judge announced Wednesday that he has found probable cause to bring homicide charges against a Wisconsin police officer, five years after a local district attorney declared the officer was justified in his use of deadly force on a man he found sleeping in a car in a suburban Milwaukee park.

Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Glenn Yamahiro said at a hearing that th...

More Stories

'Better Call Saul' star Bob Odenkirk in stable condition after "heart-related incident"

Jesse Grant/Getty Images for AMC

Bob Odenkirk is in stable condition after experiencing a "heart-related incident" on set, a rep for the Better Call Saul star told ABC News Wednesday.

"He and his family would like to express gratitude for the incredible doctors and nurses looking after him, as well as his cast, crew and producers who have stayed by his side," the rep said in a statement.  "The ...

More Stories

Blinken warns of 'deeply, deeply troubling' reports of atrocities in Afghanistan amid US withdrawal

Oleksii Liskonih/iStock

(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Antony Blinken acknowledged Wednesday during a joint press conference in India that the situation in Afghanistan is headed in the wrong direction -- noting the Taliban is "making advances" and calling reports that the group has committed atrocities "deeply, deeply troubling."

They "certainly do not speak well of the Taliban's intentions...

More Stories

Experts warn of prolonged COVID-19 pandemic due to vaccine inequality


(LONDON, HONG KONG and JAKARTA) -- A perfect storm with the coronavirus appears to be brewing across the Asia-Pacific region: surges in the highly contagious delta variant combined with slow vaccination uptake.

Tight vaccine supplies are a major factor and experts caution that unless most of the global population is vaccinated, and richer countries share more of their vaccines,...

More Stories

'Made in America' company creates fashionable bags out of recycled sails


(PORTLAND, Maine) -- One company is taking used sails from sailboats and creating something totally brand new: summer tote bags.

Sea Bags, founded in Portland, Maine, makes unique tote bags out of locally recycled materials. Since 1999, the company says it has saved over 700 tons of material from going into landfills.

“Our materials come from Maine first; New England, second; and...

More Stories

Senate votes to start debate on $1.1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal

Drew Angerer/Getty Images

(WASHINGTON) -- In a key test vote Wednesday evening, the Senate voted in favor of beginning debate on a $1.1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal that would provide funding for core items like roads, bridges, waterways and broadband.

Negotiators announced earlier in the day that they had reached a deal on the major aspects of plan.

Shortly after news broke that a...

More Stories

On Air Now

George Noory
George Noory
1:00am - 5:00am
Coast To Coast

WOND Facebook

Community Calendar


        1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31