Keeler Show Notes for Monday, May 9th, 2016
Monday, May 9th, 2016
6 AM Hour
Stewarts won its lawsuit and will be in East Utica soon...ironically the new Stewart's will be even bigger than the original one that was proposed.
We discuss North Carolina's so-called "bathroom law." Governor Pat McCrory has a big decision to make today.
The Church Lady is back on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," talking Election 2016.
What ever happened to customer service? Keeler says that this is personal. Keeler will not identify the store.
A flight to Syracuse was delayed after a passenger became suspicious of notes that passenger Guido Menzio was writing during the flight. Menzio, who is a math professor, said that he was preparing for a lecture that he was scheduled to give.
In Pennsylvania a high school says that she was tossed out of her prom because she wore a suit. School administrators had previously said that all females should wear dresses and males should wear suits.
Tauni takes a chance at winning today's Free Money Question of the Day. She wins $100!
7 AM Hour
Stewarts' Chuck Marshall discusses the Stewart's now approved for East Utica.
The City of Utica's Gene Allen for the Urban Renewal department talks about the upcoming real property auction. He also discusses the porposed apartment complex for downtown Utica.
Happy birthday to:
- Kathlene Brown from Utica
- Gerry Clinch from Vernon
- Isabella Paragi from Frankfort
The certificates for birthday cakes from the Florentine Pasty Shop in Utica goes to: Kathlene Brown and Gerry Clinch. Congratulations!
"The Signal" has a story on "The Curious Campaign of Dave Gordon," quoting WIBX First News with Keeler in the Morning.
Keeler goes over some weird news stories including an attorney who aggressively goes against drunk drivers was arrested for...alleged DUI and a roller coaster in Sandusky, Ohio is now the biggest-dive roller coaster.
Fox News' Shawn Tuma talks about the fact that Romanian hacker "Guccifer" said it was "easy" to hack in Hillary Clinton's private e-mail server.
8 AM Hour
He also addresses diversity - not only cultural diversity but LGBTQ issues as well in light of the recent legislation in North Carolina.
A judge recently said that a lawsuit against the Utica City School District can move forward.
Enjoy your day!