Monday, April 18th, 2016


6 AM Hour

It is Tax Day.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are expected to win their primaries in New York tomorrow.

NBC's "Saturday Night Live" took a crack at Bernie Sanders over the weekend.

The Utica Comets take on Albany this year.  Albany is, Keeler says, "awesome this year."

The Utica Police station may be moving.  We have been discussing this topic for a while.

Cross-fit trainer Greg Pena is a hero after rescuing several people following an accident.

We will be at Tony's Pizza in Washington Mills...where will be destroying the old WIBX van in our Tax Day Smash.

Warm weather mean noise...but it was beautiful this weekend.

Keeler had a road rage incident over the weekend.

Fox News' Rachel Sutherland is on talking about expectations about tomorrow's New York primaries.

There is a sickness going around this round two?  Monaski was sick over the weekend.

Keeler tells us his road rage story.

7 AM Hour

There is a renewed push to divide New York State.  John Bergener is on from "Divide New York State Caucus, Inc."  A rally is being held on May 14, 2016 near Buffalo.  His website is

Oneida's All County Music Festival for elementary schools took place this weekend and Kristine said the event was great but there was at least one rude parent in attendance.

Star Jones calls in to talk about her support of Hillary Clinton for President, her knowledge of Donald Trump and all of his ex-wives, and some of her top issues in this campaign.

There are no birthdays today.  Join our VIP Club and enter your birthday or that of someone you love for the chance to win a birthday cake from the Florentine Pastry Shop in Utica.

Good luck!

Laurie from Utica calls in for a chance at the Free Money Question of the Day.  She wins a gift certificate from Carmela's Cafe in New Hartford, New York.


8 AM Hour

David Short and Paul Buckley are on to talk about the City of Utica's Green Waste program, back in force for the spring.

Kevin Mellott is on to talk about terrorism.  Should the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) begin screening fellow employees?

Mark from Rome calls in on to try his hand at the Free Money Question of the Day.  He will not vote in tomorrow's primary because he is a registered Independent.  He wins a gift certificate for Carmela's Cafe in New Hartford.

Ed Welsh from the American Automobile Association, and host of WIBX's AutoTalk, is on to talk about the donation of the WIBX vehicle to the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired's (CABVI) Vehicles for Vision.  He also talks about gas prices, and where they are headed for the remainder of the summer.  The United States Postal Service lowered the costs of stamps two cents.  That has happened only once before in history.

Also, he talks about small engines and the fact that you do not want to run ethanol gas through them unless it is built after the year 2000.

Renee Arndt is on talking about "The Women of S.W.E.E.T." event taking place on April 29, 2016.  S.W.E.E.T. stands for "Successful Woman Entrepreneurs Empowering Together."

Jim Rondenelli talks about the differences between the Central New York visits of John Kasich and Donald Trump.  Rondenelli says, "There was a 'totally different vibe' between the two."

He also gives us an update on the series "Vinyl."









Enjoy your day!






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