DJ Supreme aka Rodney B. More, is a native of Baltimore, Md the city known for ill DJ’s, its love of music and Seafood. An accomplished turntablist, DJ Supreme has been behind the 1200’s for several years. From anywhere in the world you can hear DJ Supreme, with ”The Supreme Experience" show, kicks off its 5th year on Hot 991, Townsquare Media’s Hip Hop Station (Albany, NY) blending music, comedy and infotainment Afternoons from 3p - 7p. In addition to rocking the radio, Supreme is an avid tech head, from laptops to cell phones. Supreme is the expert on all the latest gadgetry.
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Man Charged For Setting Off Fireworks In His Work Truck
Authorities say Mr. LeBlanc ignited multiple fireworks while he was inside of the truck, causing damage to the truck.
Albany Police Department Looking To Hire Minorities and Women
Albany Police Chief Eric Hawkins announced a new initiative to encourage minorities and women to join his police department.
Gov Cuomo: ‘Children Won’t Go To School Until We Know It’s Safe’
Governor Cuomo said that New York state officials are working on finalizing guidelines for opening schools, but no final decision has been made yet.
Protest At Schenectady Police Headquarters Over Recent Viral Video
On Monday night approximately 100 protesters showed up at the Schenectady Police Department. Protesters were appalled at a recent video that surfaced showing an officer, once again, with his knee on someone’s neck.
Here Is What’s Hot In 518 Hip Hop This Week
New Music from Raplhy View, Touchmoney Cease, Albany Lou and more. Check out this weeks Capital Region What's Hot.
Gov Cuomo Announces New York State Fair Is Cancelled Due To COVID-19
Governor Cuomo has been hinting that the New York State fair would be canceled for several months now. He made it official today.
17 Year Old Connected To Albany Violence Arrested
17 Year Old Connected To Albany Violence Arrested, charged and sentenced to 15 years for shooting a 4-year-old.
Corrections Officer Arrested For Lying About Fireworks
Last week on Saturday night, 30-year-old Correctional Officer Ryan Lawson reported to the Sheriff’s Department that someone had thrown a lit firecracker into his home causing damage to an area rug.
Do You Think Hotels Properly Clean For COVID-19?
Inside Edition did an experiment to see just how “thoroughly” hotels are cleaning, especially during the time of COVID-19. The results will shock you.
New York Legislators At Odds With Cuomo Over Reopening
Governor Andrew Cuomo has been seen on televisions all over the nation as New York’s leader during the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the pandemic, he talked about using data and metrics to determine the different phases of New York’s reopening plans...
16 Year-Old Autistic Child Found After Family Home Catches Fire
There were six people inside the house, but firefighters accounted for only five residents initially.
Travel Ban for People Coming from COVID-19 Hot States
Passengers arriving into Albany International Airport from Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas are required to complete a 14-day quarantine.
The Supreme Experience Talks With Chris Dance
Chris Dance is not only a music artist who won the 2019 Hot 991’s Listener’s Choice award. Chris Dance is a writer, engineer, and activist also.
Huge Black Live Matter Protest Outside Of Bumpy’s In Schenectady
Hundreds of protesters descended on Bumpy’s Polar Freeze in Schenectady on Sunday amidst allegations of racism and white supremacy.
Latham Teacher Arrested For Child Porn & Weapons
Social Studies teacher at Warren Street Academy, 26-year old Sean M. Miller of Latham was arrested on Thursday by the Colonie Police Department.
Violence In Albany Continues, Mayor Sheehan Is Outraged
Summer has barely begun and already the City of Albany has seen a devastating increase in gun violence. We already have too many forces working against us with COVID-19 and police violence
$10K Reward For Information On Who Killed A Troy Teenager
A reward fund was started by former Troy Mayor Harry Tutunjian. The reward fund began at $500, then it jumped to $5000, and now it is set at $10,000.
Here Is The Reason Why Gyms, Indoor Concerts & Movie Theaters Aren’t Open
NYS gyms, indoor performing arts productions, movie theaters, indoor concerts, casinos, bowling alleys, arcades, and amusement parks remain closed. Here is why
Here Is The Latest On The Second Stimulus Check
Donald Trump hinted that there would be a second round of bailouts for businesses and individuals alike. Trump said that the stimulus package would be good and it would be very generous
Safety Concerns & Racism Accusations Against Local Area Restaurant
A former IHOP employee is calling out the restaurant with allegations of racist working conditions.
Is the Fireworks Conspiracy Theory at Play in the Capital Region?
What has caused the Capital Region area to be flooded with Fireworks this year?
Man Arrested After Assault With A Metal Pipe At Price Choppers
Apparently 50-year old Frank Bryant was involved in a verbal altercation with another male in the parking lot of the grocery store.
Should the Philip J. Schuyler Academy Change Its Name?
We talked about General Schuyler having the remains of some of his slaves removed from his property. So, no one should be surprised that a school named after him is scheduled to be renamed.
What Is The Cause Of The Violent Weekend In Albany?
4 Shooting In 16 Hours on Thursday. 12 Total Shootings and 1 killed. What is the cause of the violence in Albany?
Capital Region African American Landmarks
I thought this might be a good time to give you some interesting and educational sites that you might want to visit in the area to improve your knowledge. They say that knowledge is power, so I’m giving you some power.
Juneteenth Celebration Events Across The Capital Region
I want to take this opportunity to let you know what’s going on in the city of Albany to celebrate Juneteenth.
Gov Cuomo Provides More Legislation To Help Renters
One piece of legislation calls for $100 million of federal stimulus funds to be distributed as rent vouchers.
Juneteenth Is Now A Paid Holiday For NY State Workers
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order that would make Juneteenth a paid holiday for state workers. In addition, Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan signed an executive order declaring Juneteenth a holiday in the city of Albany.
Police Looking For A Man Who Beat Up Albany Hair Store Employee
Albany Police say that around 5:30 p.m. on June 12, an employee of Hair and Wig Beauty Supply on Central Avenue, confronted a customer because the customer was not wearing a mask.
Community Shows Up For Protesters in Albany
Members of the Albany community showed up on Tuesday, June 16, in front of Albany city court demanding action for two Albany residents that they feel were treated unfairly.