Friday, August 17, 2018

What would you do if you stared death in the face and then got a second chance?  That's probably what this guy is doing today (wait for it....)  It's today's "Video of the Day"


A local man is killed along railroad checks and stop leaving your weapons in unlocked cars!  Spokesman Lamont Washington sits down with Tony Cruise to talk about a big problem in the metro. 


The Third Annual “Ride for Heroes” event set for August 25th. This event has been a great success in years past helping Local First Responders and Veteran’s Organizations.  Metro Council President David James and Officials with Todd Dunn of the UAW and Tim Morris of the Greater Louisville Central Labor Council UAW Local 862 stop by to talk with Tony about getting as many riders signed up as possible.


Aretha Franklin has passed away at age 76.  We take a look back at her life and career, from childhood gospel sensation to one of the top recording artists of all time. What were the health issues she faced and did you know she was afraid of flying?


Federal health officials have expanded the “measles map” to nearly two dozen states, with reports of 107 people contracting the disease since the beginning of the year. The 2018 outbreak is easily on track to outpace last year’s 118 cases in 15 states. The people who have come down with measles have some common characteristics.

Kentuckiana's Morning News with Tony Cruise

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