Thursday, October 6th, 2016

6 AM Hour

Keeler and Monaski licking their wounds this morning after the Mets were ousted by Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants.

Keeler's excited about the Andy Grammer/Gavin DeGraw show at The Stanley this weekend - tickets here.

Trying to give away tickets to our VIP suite at the Utica Comet pre-season game this weekend. However, our caller couldn't name the team that had some of its players appearing in the movie Slap Shot - the answer was Mohawk Valley Comets.

The Our Lady of Lourdes Great Utica Pumpkin Carve begins tonight. Father Joe Salerno and Steve Karbowski are on to talk about it - here's their facebook page.

7 AM Hour

Private investigator Tom Wiers in is studio as we discuss wrongful convictions. Tom discusses a wrongful conviction he worked on. How often We also discuss the 'Making A Murderer' Netflix Documentary.

Time for our $500 FREE Money Question of the Day: Where and when did construction begin on the Erie Canal. Answer - It began in 1817 in Rome, NY.

Speaking with Herkimer County Administration Jim Wallace on the issue of misappropriate funding to municipalities.

8 AM Hour

Joined by NY-22 candidate Martin Babinec to discuss recent polling that shows he has support among Republicans, Democrats and Independents.

Better Beer Man John Naegele in studio with some Deep Purple from Empire Brewing. Also, Meghan McGrogan from the Utica Chamber on their upcoming event to showcase things made in OUR backyard.

Matt The Hammer Hamill is fighting next Friday at Turning Stone. He's excited to get back in the ring and says with some success, he could be back in the UFC soon.

Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente discussing his 2017 budget proposal, which he delivered to legislators on Wednesday - story here.