Thursday, October 26, 2017

This one chip challenge goes horribly wrong for this morning TV crew (forward to 1:06 in) See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"


The Louisville Metro Council votes tonight on the new soccer stadium.  Will it become a reality?  Tony talks with Metro Council President David Yates.


A third US Navy Carrier group is joining in naval exercises near the Korean peninsula... three carrier groups in the same area is a rare sight. There are also reports that a number of our latest stealth aircraft are heading to the region. Is time running out for North Korea? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has the latest on this latest move in US/Korean Relations with Tony.


A law that took effect on October 26, 1992, called for the release of previously classified Kennedy assassination documents exactly 25 years later. That date is today. History buffs and conspiracy theorists are eager for a look at the material that’s been locked away since the killing of the president in Dallas.  What will we find out?  ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony from Dallas.


ACCOMMODATE 2017 will be held next week at Mercy Academy and is open to the public (no matter what school your child attends) and offers college help for those with learning differences.  Learning Differences Coordinator Laura Pohlman talks about it with Tony.  For more information you can call 502.589.3291

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