Thursday, November 30, 2017

posted by Scott Fitzgerald -

You open your shed and find this....what do you do?  And...just how much to do you charge if you're this guy?!  Check this massive hornet nest discovered in this shed!  Today's "Video of the Day"

Metro Council meets tonight.  Items up for discussion are 19 applicants vying are for the District 21 seat and the Landmarks Ordinance for Blankenbaker Lane will be discussed.  President David Yates chats with Tony ahead of tonight's meeting.

The full senate votes on "full consideration" for changes to your taxes.  What changes may effect you?  NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer breaks it down with Tony.

Robin Williams making a comeback?  Can Star Wars save the box office in 2017 and what's the most listened to Christmas song?  That and more in today's entertainment news!

On Thursday, October 5, a story detailing decades of allegations of sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein broke in The New Yorker Magazine. On Sunday October 8, the company that bore his name announced that they had fired Weinstein.  Kevin Spacey, star of Netflix "House of Cards" was accused of sexual misconduct, creating a "toxic" work environment on the set over time, but it wasn't until  Buzzfeed news broke on Monday, October 30 that action was taken and by Friday, November 3, Netflix announced that they it was ending its association with the actor.  Fast forward to Wednesday morning, where the news of NBC Today Anchor  Matt Lauer's "inappropriate sexual behavior" broke simultaneously with the announcement that Lauer had been fired.  Then, a short time later, another bombshell  after it was announced that radio personality and former "Prairie Home Companion” host Garrison Keillor had likewise been fired by NPR.   Jim Rutenberg, The New York Times reporter who broke the Lauer story says that the speed with which NBC reacted to the accusations, leaves "no doubt that this is a seismic moment in our culture and in the media.”   ABC's Brad Mielke takes a closer look with Tony.

The Allied Pilots Association, the union that represents pilots for American Airlines, says the company has thousands of flights this holiday season -- without assigned pilots.   This is apparently due in part to a computer failure involving the company's scheduling system.  According to the union, management at American "disclosed a failure within the pilot schedule bidding system" last week that left thousands of flights without assigned pilots.  ABC's Alex Stone is following and has some advice should you have reservations or a ticket with American for the holidays.

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