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Derek Chauvin to be sentenced in George Floyd's murder

Derek Chauvin to be sentenced in George Floyd's murder

When Derek Chauvin goes before a judge at 1:30 p.m. Friday, he’ll be in rare company: one of fewer than a dozen former police officers in the United States to be sentenced for an on-duty murder.

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Meet Jillene Khan, our new overnight classical host

Meet Jillene Khan, our new overnight classical host

Meet Jillene Khan, our new overnight classical host. Learn about how she found her way into radio, her favorite classical composer and what she’s up to when not on the air.

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Listen to 'Good Times: The Evolution of Black Music' episode 3 - Soul, Motown and Funk

Listen to 'Good Times: The Evolution of Black Music' episode 3 - Soul, Motown and Funk

'Good Times: The Evolution of Black Music' is a weekly show throughout the month of June, spotlighting the many genres and artists that make up the Black Music experience. Episode 3 explores three genres that originated in African American communities in the 1950s and '60s: Soul, Motown and Funk.