Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

6 AM Hour

Keeler is excited that the arterial ramp to Route 12 South from downtown Utica FINALLY re-opens today! News about the Utica School of Commerce closing is surprising to many - story here. And the Syracuse Orange with a disappointing loss to UConn last night.

Many, many burglary and robbery stories going around. Among them, WKTV reporting about a robbery outside the Adirondack Bank in Whitesboro - story here. And Coupon Lady in Syracuse was also robbed - story here.

Fox's Tonya J Powers with an update on the presidential recount in Michigan and other states. What is Jill Stein's motivation?

Peter Franklin checks in the New York City, where counterfeit Apple and Samsung are HOT!! - story here.

7 AM Hour

We speak with UFC fighter Gian Villante ahead of his bout Friday night in Albany.

Keeler has a weird math equation. A story, we want to know what you think. A business owner has $100 robbed from his register. The crook comes back in and buys an item for $70 and the man gives the thief $30 change. How much money did the story owner lose?

FREE Money Question of the Day - The only host on Saturday Night LIVE to ever cancel is Nick Nolte. They picked a cast member to fill in. Who was that cast member? The answer was Eddie Murphy and Chris wins $100.

And more callers weigh-in on our question about how much money the store owner lost...

We speak with the ladies behind the SkySkarf. This is a locally invented product, check it out.

8 AM Hour

Fox's Jeff Monosso with an update on the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Army Corps of Engineers has denied a request to allow the pipeline to cross Lake Oahe in North Dakota.

State Senator Joe Griffo in studio this morning discussing several topics. A UFC fight in Utica? The delay for Nano Utica and Governor Cuomo's veto of a bill co-sponsored by Senator Griffo and Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi.

Buffalo Bills radio color-man Mark Kelso recaps a disastrous Sunday in Oakland. And, did you know Senator Griffo is a Raiders fan? Neither did we.

And, we chat with Jim Piccola from the NYS DOT as the ramp from Oriskany Street to 12-South re-opens for the first time in over 2 years!!