Keeler Show Notes for Thursday, April 7th, 2016
Thursday, April 7th, 2016
6 AM Hour
The Utica Comets turned in an impressive performance last night against the Binghamton Senators.
We remember Merle Haggard, who passed away Wednesday - which coincidentally was his birthday) at the age of 79.
Tonya J. Powers is on from Fox News. The presidential campaigns focus on New York.
Chris from Bridgewater tries his hand at our Free Money Question of the Day. He wins $100!
We update the situation in Little Falls and Herkimer.
Legal Lis Wiehl joins us with a look at the legal stories making headlines.
7 AM Hour
It is testing time in New York State.
We re-visit the issue of whether or not parents should be able to eavesdrop on their children.
Sarah Chamberlain joins Keeler to answer the question, "Is the Trump train running out of steam?" She believes that Trump is not losing steam and predicts that he will take New York. She says, "Sometimes I think (he is) the Kardashian of politics..."
Happy Birthday to:
- Cassidy Hila from Utica
- Morgan Costa from Utica
The birthday cake from the Florentine Pastry shop birthday cake goes to Cassidy Rowlands. Congratulations!
We are followng local gofler Derek Bard who is playing at The Masters in Augusta, Georgia this weekend. We speak with Tom Snizek, Bard's former high school golf coach, who is in Augusta at the event. He says that this is special in so many ways. Derek's brother, Alec Bard, also plays and is Derek's caddy. The one to watch, he says, may be their younger sister, Sydney, who is also a gifted athlete.
8 AM Hour
Joe Hobika is in studio.
Gary from Rome tries to answer the Free Money Question of the Day. He gets dinner at Carmella's Cafe in New Hartford.