Friday, January 19, 2018

Of course we have the underground zip lines here in the Commonwealth, but they have nothing on what these folks claim.  In Dubai, they say this is the world's longest and fastest zip line in the world.  We ask you....would you??  See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"


Two are found dead in St. Matthews as authorities look for clues and those convicted of murder are getting younger.  LMPD's Vadim Dale joins Tony to talk about it.


With the partial government shutdown deadline hours away, lawmakers are scrambling to extend funding on a short-term basis for a fourth time this fiscal year. NBC News Radio's Sharon Reid is following developments from the Capitol.


The abuse allegedly at the hands of David and Louise Turpin was far worse than first thought.  Prosecutors in Riverside, California say the Turpins’ would chain up their children for months at a time, would not unchain them to use the bathroom, gave them very little food, and only allowed them to bathe once per year. Prosecutors also say the kids are so uneducated that they didn’t know what a police officer was when they were rescued.  These new revelations come as the Turpin parents were in court on Thursday entering pleas of not guilty.  ABC's Alex Stone was in the courtroom and has all the latest with Tony.


After a win at PITT, the #2 UofL Women's basketball team is 20-0 as the are set to face #12 Florida.  Coach Jeff Walz talks with Tony and Paul.


Great games and upsets in the NFL Playoffs and ratings are still down.  Why?  Lack of star power? Former play by play announcer for the Miami Dolphins Bill Zimpfer joins Tony.

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