Keeler Show Notes for Monday, February 22nd, 2016
Monday, February 22nd, 2016
6 AM Hour
Amber Alert Update: Police still searching for a missing Syracuse area toddler. Maddox Lawrence is believed to have been abducted by her father, Ryan Lawrence. The mother made a tearful plea for the safe return of both on television last night.
Audio for the Ages: 106-year-old visits the White House/ 110-year-old woman just wants to take a nap/ Young girl cries because Obama can’t be President again
What to make of the Kalamazoo shootings this weekend? Uber drive reportedly continued to transport customers in between his multi-hour shooting spree.
Picking up where we left off on Friday. Our debate over a court’s order for Apple to unlock a terrorists cell phone
7 AM Hour
Our Apple security debate continues (It caused quite a stir in the studio on Friday). We also check the Presidential race with John Zogby. Plus, Mark Testoni, President and CEO of SAP National Security Services weighs in on the Apple fight. He thinks ultimately they will cooperate.
Now to the phones. Caller Tom shares his thoughts as Monaski and Keeler continue their discussion on Apple security. And, Rich brings up another point that we aren’t talking about
We just can’t help ourselves. The debate does on. And, a FREE Money Question of the Day
8 AM Hour
Checking in with Ron Moshier of the Utica OD who has been out covering local high school basketball playoffs. He offers a recap and a preview of the Section Championships
Sgt. Richard Helterline of Syracuse Police gives us the latest on the Amber Alert for Maddox Lawrence. The whereabouts of the father and daughter is still unknown
Patrick Johnson and Lonnie Jenkins are in studio talking about the upcoming ‘Hoops and Dreams’ tournament in Utica
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente says the Oneida Nation Deal is The Deal, changing it now without all parties consent would be a violation of the agreement
A special Thank You to truck driver Bill Currie, who is now back from his second trip to Flint, MI to deliver water. And, he explains a few speed bumps in this latest trip…