Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

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6 AM Hour

We recap yesterday's Indiana primaries.

Was Ted Cruz's announcement to step aside a surprise?

We continue our political analysis.

Ron from Cassville tries his hand at the Free Money Question of the Day and wins $100 from Joe Hobika's money from the Hobika Law Firm.

Keeler talks about the Indio Classic Rock Festival, or "Boomer-Cella," as it is being dubbed.

 

How do Periscope users get away with live-streaming events?  Keeler says the problems began with satellite dishes.

Peter Franklin, the Gabby Cabby, joins us with his "True Tales of New York."

7 AM Hour

Oneida County is reporting the first case of the Zika virus. Phyllis Ellis from the Oneida County Health Department joins us to talk about it.

Locally the Slocum Dickson Medical Group addresses the Zika virus:

Political analyst John Zogby joins us to talk about the latest in Election 2016.  He says that Ted Cruz "blew it."  He says, "He had really come unhinged...he looked like he couldn't carry on but he's a zealot and I thought he would."  He characterizes Hillary Clinton as "a very damaged candidate."  He also offers his thoughts about the 22nd Congressional District race.

 

There were no birthdays submitted for today.

Join our VIP Club and enter for a chance to win a certificate for a birthday cake from the Florentine Pastry Shop in Utica.

Keeler makes a big announcement today.  We are back on WFXV-Fox 33 starting Monday, May 9th.

Sarah Palin is talking about climate changeJimmy Kimmel is talking about Sarah Palin.

8 AM Hour

Mitchell Pezdek, Jr., the editor and publisher of locally-produced "The Golf News," joins us to talk about his publication.

 

Deb Talerico with info on a Health, Wellness and Spiritual Symposium at The Woods Inn

Rabbi Mark Borovitz is a former mobster turned rabbi.  He is on talking about his experiences.

 

 

Enjoy your day!