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6 Most Ridiculous American Lawsuits in Modern History
There's a story in the news this week about a woman in Albany that is suing a grocery store for $35,000 because the pie she bought was mislabeled.
My Radio World Has Lost Two Special People to Cancer This Week
This has been a sad week for people in radio. We've lost two very special people in Utica-Rome radio, and both were so much more to friends and family than the medium.
District Attorney Explains Indictment of Chlus, Leaving Scene Fat
Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara was on WIBX on Thursday explain the indictment of Alexander Chlus, in regards to the death of Martha Staring off Sauquoit.
Candidate Hennessy Blasts Opposition in Unhinged Radio Interview
Candidate for Oneida County Executive Mike Hennessy was on the Keeler Show Thursday in a bizarre and unhinged interview that included accusations and excuses in regards to his unsuccessful challenge to the Board of Election’s decision to remove him from the ballot over petitions.
Keeler Show - Livestream Recap from Wednesday, May 17, 2023
The Wednesday edition of the Keeler Show was filled with big issues, including results from the Utica School Board race, plus Utica Mayoral candidate Bob Cardillo. The Weekly Legal segment from FOX News Radio hit on three big legal topics, and Ryan Nobles from NBC was on to discuss Biden and Washington.
Keeler Show – Livestream Recap from Tuesday, May 16, 2023
The Keeler Show for Tuesday, May 16th. It was Election Day for school districts and Board of Education members. Monaski was out sick for the program and Davey and intern Devin filled the void. Topics include the day's news, Dr. Kent Hall on the new hospital, various topics, and how experienced the new doctors are...
Keeler Show - Livestream Recap from Monday, May 15, 2023
Here's the Keeler Show summary for Monday, May 15th. Featuring Muscle and Fitness Hopeful Melissa Rocco, Utica Yeti, Utica School Board candidate Jason Cooper, Meteorologist Craig Flint from WUTR, the days news and much more.
Herkimer: Former Mayor May Have benefited from Policy Violations
A press release sent out from the Village of Herkimer on Wednesday evening claims that former Herkimer Village Mayor Mark Netti had an unpaid water bill "written off" while he was in office, and he was allowed to avoid late fees that other residents were subjected to.
OC Sheriff's, Crime Stoppers Asking for Help Finding Wanted Man
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office and Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers are asking for the public's help in finding this week's Wanted Person of the Week.