Aggie Morning Word: Woman blames car crash on Sasquatch

On today’s episode of the Aggie Morning Word Podcast, Morgan Pratt and Bradley Robinson discuss the Hong Kong elections, Gorsuch’s nomination, a pending government shutdown, and Tomi Larhen’s dismissal from The Blaze. Also, Morgan tells of a time in the recent past when she was kicked out of court for wearing a classy tanktop. All that […]


Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Flying drones around livestock is now illegal

Last week, Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill into law that makes it illegal for people to fly drones near livestock, a year after they were banned around forest fires last year. Andreas Wessemann, an assistant professor of the USU Aviation Technology program, tells Morgan Pratt and Brad Robinson that there is a new USU class to […]


Aggie Morning Word: Senator breaks perfect voting streak and cries

Tensions between Turkey and the Netherlands heat up. President Trump says “you’re fired” to tons of judges. The only bipartisan issue these days is cancer. Ed Sheeran joins the cast of Game of Thrones, despite looking like a hobbit. Michelle Obama wrote a college recommendation letter for “Black-ish” actress Yara Shahidi. All that and more […]


Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Friday the 13th and National Skeptics Day

This day in history: Pope Honorius II recognized the famous Knights Templar as an army of God in 1128. The original mission of the group was to protect Christian pilgrims on their way to the Holy Land during the Crusades. It was a small group at first, containing only nine members. What did it take […]


Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Don’t eat yellow snow, it might have GMOs in it

The death toll of a fire at the warehouse-turned-arts-space, the “Ghost Ship,” has reached 36, and will most likely continue to rise as investigators continue their search of the area in Oakland California. On Friday, President-elect Donald Trump chatted with Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen. Which is crazy because because no US president has taken a […]


Aggie Morning Word Podcast: the South is on fire… literally

The word of the day is “sycophant,” which means a self-seeking servile flatterer; fawning parasite. Yesterday, the officer who shot and killed Philando Castile, a 32-year-old black man, was charged with second-degree murder.  Utah Policy: “Donald Trump’s policy advisors are reportedly considering adopting a registry for Muslims who enter the United States. One of his […]


Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Facebook is under fire for dead people and misinformation

The word of the day is “collywobbles,” which means stomach pain or queasiness. Today is national spicy guacamole day and world diabetes day. No, that guy you met that one time at the party that you accidentally friended on Facebook hasn’t passed away. A glitch in the system has caused regular Facebook pages to briefly turn […]


Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Can anyone stop Rob Bishop’s power grab? Dr. Peter Clemens believes so!

Exclusive interview with Dr. Peter Clemens today! He’s running against Rob Bishop for Utah’s 1st Congressional District, and he throws the gauntlet down! Also in today’s episode, we talk about Space Junk, Beer-powered batteries, and Billy Bush’s silly name. Hosts: Peter LaBarge, Cat St. Claire, Joe Stephens

Little Barefoot

Exclusive interview with Little Barefoot’s Taylor Ross Wilson

The Aggie Morning Word’s Peter LaBarge interviewed Taylor Ross Wilson, the lead singer of Little Barefoot before the Big Agg Show. He’ll be playing at the Big Agg Show on Wednesday night on The Quad.