Keeler Show Notes for Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
6 AM Hour
A veteran at a Chili's in Texas has his military service questioned, and his burger taken away on Veteran's Day. We've got audio and some thoughts how this should have been handled.
The hot gift this Christmas season?? It's the Hatchimal - the story here.
Fox's Rachel Sutherland on a possible government shutdown looming. She expects we'll hear more about this after Thanksgiving.
Guy in Texas gives out $100 bills for all employees. Apparently the guy has been diagnosed with cancer and wanted to do something nice for everyone - story here. Plus, big news yesterday as a federal judge has set Brendan Dassey - of the Netflix series Making a Murder - free.
Peter Franklin is the Gabby Cabby. He checks in with some election aftermath in NYC
7 AM Hour
Dewayne Riggins has information on the effects of quitting exercise. He says 'you gotta keep at it'.
Andrew puts on his best Steven Avery impression regarding Brendan Dassey's release (see story link above for details).
Boonville Mayor Dave Leffingwell disagrees with Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente about sales tax revenue being taken away from villages.
8 AM Hour
Michelle Truett and Lynn Mischalanie in studio discussion the Levitt AMP Music Series. They're asking for votes to get the concert series back for the summer of 2017. You can vote here. The deadline to vote is this coming Monday.
Aleta Brown and Parisa Bruce are involved in a 'Our Power' rally with more than 500 Hamilton College, Colgate University and Utica College students participating. It's happening at 3 PM on the Clinton Green.
Callers weigh in on the Our Power rally we just talked about in Clinton today.
And, Utica College Hockey Coach Gary Heenan on the team's 6-0 start, their best in program history. Gary, who is from Canada, talks some politics as well