Tuesday, December 4, 2018

We're pretty sure that wasn't supposed to happen (wait for it!).  It's today's "Video of the Day"

 

Metro Louisville government is working on resolving homelessness in the city.  What are the Mayor and Metro Government planning?  Mayor Greg Fischer joins Tony to discuss.

 

The nation of Qatar is pulling out of OPEC. Is that the end of the oil cartel, and what does it mean for gasoline prices? NBC News Radio Correspondent Bill Zimpfer is following and talks about it with Tony.

 

President Trump and the Democratic Congressional leadership had been planning a meeting for tomorrow, which has now been postponed, so will the government remain open during the official mourning of former President George Bush?  NBC News Radio's Michael Bower will have the latest on both the efforts to keep the government operating, and the funeral plans for the late President.

 

It's December, which means it's time for year-end lists, plus we spent HOW much on black Friday and cyber Monday?.  First up: Amazon Prime subscribers, who pay $119 annually for perks such as free shipping and access to music, movies and TV shows, purchased more than 2 billion items on the site with one-day or faster delivery. ABC News' Cheri Preston joins Tony with the top items from most popular streaming events, the most-streamed and binged shows and the item that had the fastest delivery time (arrival at customer's door 9 minutes after the order was placed).

 
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