Keeler Show Notes for Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
6 AM Hour
Topics of the Day - What happened with Slice Pizzeria and social media? Plus, Senator Joe Griffo proposes new legislation regarding EBT Cards. What do we think?
Donald Trump has over Jeb Bush's website. Plus, Andrew has been watching The People vs OJ
Peter Franklin the Gabby Cabby checks in from New York City
7 AM Hour
A brief update on the Supreme Court nominee process and Boilermaker President Tim Reed is in studio talking about the Boilermaker's Charity Bib Program.
George Worden is the former Highway Superintendent in Remsen. He also lost his post for not signing his oath of office card. He's on to tell his side of the story
Tucker Rosemyer of Slice Pizzeria. He had a heated social media exchange with a customer. Tucker apologizes and explains how things got out of hand in the heat of the moment
Is Trump the front runner now? Looks like he may be
8 AM Hour
Quickly checking in with Utica Police Lt. Steve Hauck with an update on two stories: Arrest made in connection with a two-years old murder case at a Utica Bar. And, Hauck says they're still investigating the fight at Wal-mart.
Utica Councilman Joe Marino is calling for changes to the qualifications for city comptroller. First, though, Keeler has a scary story about high school basketball player who suffered a bizarre and nasty industry.
Utica Comptroller Bill Morehouse reacts to Councilman Marino's proposal. The two elected officials get into a heated exchange
Apple says it cannot access customer cell phones. Are they lying? We discuss
Legal Lis Wiehl with her weekly visit to discuss crazy cases involving the law