Friday, July 15th, 2016

6 AM Hour

The latest this morning from what is believed to be another terror attack in France. At least 84 confirmed dead after a man runs down a crowd of people with a truck in Nice, France.

Fox News Radio's Tonya J Powers has the results of a AAA survey that finds drivers in the Northeast are more prone to road rage.

A more than 9-hour standoff in Rome ended peacefully last night. Plus, caller Joe Load gets what we believe is a phone survey/poll regarding the 22nd District Congressional race. Joe says the surveyor was mispronouncing local things, including the name of one of the candidates.

Checking with movie-man Willie Waffle on the new Ghost Busters, and Infiltrator.

7 AM Hour

Political activist Alan Skorski on the revelation, reports of Donald Trump's running mate. And, terror and security expert Kevin Mellot on what happened yesterday in Nice, France.

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory fires back at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of a travel ban to the Tar Heel State because of their transgender bathroom law.

Our intern Angelo checks in from what he refers to as 'Jesus Camp'

8 AM Hour

We begin the hour with a caller questioning why it seems Donald Trump's children are so involved in making decisions in his campaign.

Rome Police Captain Timothy Bates on the outcome of Thursday's 9-hour standoff. Bates says, the person's name has not been publicly released as no charges have been filed, thus far.

An introduction of all 18 members of the Steve Falvo Easy Money Big Band, who will be performing LIVE in our lobby this morning as we kick-off LIVE Music Friday's on WIBX.