Thursday, January 4, 2018

It looks like we're in for a cold January and while we've not seen much precipitation, we will this weekend but how far will temps drop?  Why you should always mind the black ice warnings. 


Louisville Women's Basketball Coach Jeff Walz and his team are currently #3 in the nation and undefeated as they host #17 Duke.  Coach Walz breaks it down with Tony.


North Korea wants to participate in the Winter Olympics.  Have they competed before?  What's their Olympic history?  Might their participation prompt a U.S. boycott?  NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has the latest from the foreign desk with Tony.


A busy week in Washington. The topics: government shutdown, immigration and budget. This as Republican leaders prepare for a leadership meeting at Camp David. NBC News Radio Correspondent Sharon Newman will have the latest from inside the beltway.


A surprise for Toyota in 2017, while Ford again takes top honors.  What will 2018 hold?  CBS News Auto Analyst Jeff Gilbert takes a look with Tony.


Just a few months ago, President Trump called Steve Bannon a friend. But an explosive new book that claims to give an inside look at the Trump White House seems to have changed that sentiment.   “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” doesn’t hit book stores until next week, but it's hitting Washington like a tidal wave.  Bannon allegedly uses words like “treasonous” and “unpatriotic” to describe the 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between the president's son, his son-in-law, his then campaign manager and a group of Russians who promised damaging information against Hillary Clinton.  The president fired back Wednesday with an aggressive statement, saying of Bannon "when he was fired, he not only lost his job, he lost his mind,"  ABC's Karen Travers joins Tony from the White House.

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