Friday, August 26th, 2016

6 AM Hour

-Discussing two of this morning's top stories. The defense of the rising cost of EpiPens - story here. And, Donald Trump has again changed his position on what to do with illegal immigrants - story here.

-Audio of a George Carlin special recorded just before 9/11 is now being released. It wasn't released before because of jokes he made seeing 'lots' of people get killed on the news, and not liking cops. Plus, a cop calls 9-1-1 to get a ride home after drinking too much.

-Fox's Tonya J. Powers with the latest on the EpiPen controversy and the dramatic price increase over the last several years - story here. Plus, Monaski thinks this story is reminiscent of the Martin Shkreli story - where the cost of an HIV drug jumped from $15 to $750 - in case you forgot, here's the story. Ironically, Shkreli is weighing in on the EpiPen price hike - story here.

-Willie Waffle reviews this weekend's new movies:

  • Don't Breathe - 2 Waffles
  • Mechanic: Resurrection - 1 Waffle
  • Hands Of Stone (Roberto Duran story) - 2 Waffles

7 AM Hour

-We give away a pair of tickets to The Guy's Expo. Our caller was stumped by the question of what polyandry is. It's when a woman has several husbands.

-Millennials don't like Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, but many think their vote doesn't count and plan to not cast a vote. We speak with Adria Taylor of Fox News.

-Keeler runs down some crazy news stories:

8 AM Hour

-Who is the highest paid actor this year - you may be surprised to know it's The Rock, Dwayne Johnson. Plus, Gina Price of Fidelis has details on their back to school supplies drive. They're having a collection event at Sangertown Square tomorrow from 2-4 p.m.

-Jasmin Dodson is an attorney and family law expert. Do you know what spikes after summer vacation? The answer is divorce.

-Keeler gives caller Pam a chance to win tickets to The Guy's Expo. Do you know what she would be pulling if she grabbed her husband by his hallux? The answer is his big toe.

-Wanna have a team in a tug-of-war competition? We check in with Howard Potter of A&P Master Images on tomorrow's Utica Strongest Athlete competition, put on by Crossfit Mohawk Valley.