Monday, September 12th, 2016

6 AM Hour

Keeler and Monaski are happy the Mets are back in control of the second NL Wild Card (0.5 games ahead of St Louis). Keeler is intrigued by 'AssKicker' Turbo Coffee, which has more caffeine than four espresso shots. And, what to make of Hillary Clinton's health? She seemed to have fainted while leaving a 9/11 ceremony in New York City.

The mattress store behind an incredible insensitive 9/11 Twin Tower Sale is now closed, and may not re-open - story here.

Plus, Donald Trump is facing criticism for an radio interview 15 years ago. Critics say he was bragging that since The Towers fell, his building was not the tallest - story here.

Tomorrow is Primary Day. Bill highlights some of the races local voters will be deciding. Polls are open tomorrow from noon to 9:00 p.m. Fox News Radio's Rachel Sutherland with the latest on the Hillary health incident yesterday (see video above).

After an exciting opening Sunday of games in the NFL, Joe Load calls in still upset about the league not taking action about players not standing for the National Anthem.

7 AM Hour

We begin this hour where we left off with Joe Load. He's calling for a protest of the NFL until they take a stand on players sitting during the National Anthem. And, more callers weigh in on the topic.

Crazy stories - Man robs a 93-year-old woman. But he's so dumb he was caught on ATM surveillance - story here. Burglar walks right into a man's living, but the homeowner fights him off with a television - story here. And, Alexis Arquette has died - story here.

We speak with former New York Governor George Pataki as he reflects 15 years after 9/11.

Chris Mckhool of the Sultans of String joins the show as they are performing this Friday night at The View Arts Center in Old Forge, NY.

8 AM Hour

Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol talks about the civil service test as his department is looking for corrections officers. He explains how to sign up, pay and more.

Catching up with Ron Moshier of the Utica OD for a recap of Week 2 in high school football.

Rob Swenzkowski, who is the Oneida County Undersheriff, is protesting the NFL for not taking action against Colin Kaepernick in his National Anthem protest.

Stefen chimes in with an update on Utica College football, which is now 2-0.