Keeler Show Notes for Monday, September 19th, 2016
Monday, September 19th, 2016
6 AM Hour
Beginning this morning with the latest on the NYC bombing in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood. Five are in custody but thus far no charges have been filed - story here. Donald Trump says once and for all, he is not an Obama birther, period. And, Keeler has some audio from the Emmy's.
Keeler and Monaski on the Mets surging toward the playoffs, and the Syracuse football debacle. After leading 17-0 in the first quarter, the Orange lost 45-20 at South Florida.
Checking in with Peter Franklin, the Gabby Cabby with reaction from New Yorkers following Saturday's terror attack.
Keeler shares a story from his class reunion this weekend. It was a tour boat of the Mohawk River. Apparently, Keeler and his classmates were busy talking during the tour.
7 AM Hour
Audio - Vikings player tell his own fans to 'shut up' - story here. Plus, two men's softball teams in Florida for a tournament get into a fight at Hooters, one person was stabbed - story here. Plus, Jimmy Kimmel treats the hosting of the Emmys
Governor Andrew Cuomo on CNN talking about movie forward following Saturday's bombing in Manahattan's Chelsea neighborhood.
Utica Councilman Joe Marino discusses the council's vote against the asphalt plant recently, and their override of Mayor Palmieri's veto on the 15-year city repaving plan.
Breaking: Authorities in NYC have released a photo and name of a man they'd like to speak with in connection with Saturday's bombing incident - Ahmad Khan Rahami.
Is the new Apple iOS draining your battery? Looks like it is - story here.
8 AM Hour
Keeler watched the 60 Minutes interview with presidential candidate Gary Johnson. Bill wants to support Johnson, but isn't quite there yet - here's some of that interview from CBS. And, we're joined by Rob Moshier of the Utica OD with a recap of this weekend's high school football. Just when he thought he knew what was up, Ron was surprised by this weekend's results.
We speak with Nicole Panuccio who is from Utica, NY but now lives in NYC. Her apartment is just 10 blocks from Saturday's bombing incident.