Friday, April 24th, 2015

Today we talk to Tim Reed about the need for more charity bib participants, we have Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi about teacher evaluations, and Dale Rashford from the Lions will be here to talk about the upcoming Graig Nettles appearance.

- The Comets are in Chicago tonight for Game 2 of the Playoffs, Diane Sawyer's interview with Bruce Jenner is tonight.

- Remington has received some new contracts and now they will be calling back about 200 people to fill those production needs.

- Will there be a Bruce Jenner drinking game or parties? We talk numbers when it comes to transgender people. Obama is not great at dealing with certain situations. Ray Stagich from The Weather Channel gives us some decent news for the weekend.

- Willie talks with us about Bruce Jenner and gives us the weekend movie reviews. Before you go to the movies, make sure you check out

- We talk to Tim Reed about a number of things including baseball, hockey, and of course the Boilermaker! There are a little over 50 charity bibs still available. If you want a Charity Bib visit

- We are happy to have Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi in studio with us to discuss a number of issues including his thoughts on extending the deadline for teacher evaluation decisions.

- We continue our discussion on teacher evaluations and education with Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi. He also talks about Nano and gives some advice to our contest participants.

- Lt. Steve Hauck from the UPD is in this morning to help us out with finding out how loud the AUD can be?

- Frank Barrows is the Superintendent of Fort Stanwix National Monument. He is on to talk not only about Fort Stanwix, but other National Parks and how many great experiences you can have by exploring them if you can.

- Remember the bus monitor in Greece who was bullied? Well now he is in trouble for making a special needs student drink urine. We go over a few other news stories.

- We have in studio Dwayne Niemi and Scott and they are promoting their Legends of the Diamond dinner which will feature former Yankee Graig Nettles. The funds raised by this event go to the Rome Lions and Lake Delta Kiwanis.

- We play a new contest called "20 Questions." Bob from Utica is the contestant and even though he didn't stump the crew, we never like people losing.