Friday, January 18, 2019

Pretty sure this guy isn't going to win father of the year anytime soon.  We're confident this isn't what's meant by "take your daughter to work day" (especially if you're attempting to break into a florist)  Tulsa's Greenleaf Wholesale Florist (and building owner) Trey Benton says "What father leaves their baby as precious as she was, outside"  See this class act into in today's "Video of the Day"

 

Brutally cold temps are on the way and the LMPD wants you to know this....Spokesman Dwight Mitchell joins Tony with an important message.

 

Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) Superintendent Dr. Marty Pollio has been named an administrator to watch this year by Education Dive.  Also, "Every day counts!" That’s the message Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) touted as it launched its first-ever district wide attendance campaign, aimed at motivating students to come to school and miss no more than six days a year.  JCPS Superintendent Dr. Marty Pollio joins Tony with a look at the district.

 

Has there been any comment from the White House on Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asking President Trump to postpone the SOTU address? Also how is the government shutdown putting cybersecurity at risk – and what are cybersecurity experts warning about? NBC News Radio's Michael Bower breaks it down with Tony.

 

In big cities and small towns around the country, federal workers who aren’t getting paid are feeling the love of their neighbors as the partial government shutdown drags on. Restaurants are offering freebies and utilities are extending payment plans to government employees who aren’t getting paid. And food pantries are throwing open their doors to people who never expected to need their help, to include the Humane Society in Lexington to help with pets.  ABC's Jim Ryan talks with Tony.

 

A top North Korean official is in Washington, to finalize plans for another Trump/Kim summit.  What's the latest on timing and location, and might the partial government shutdown put the summit on hold?  NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer has the latest on plans.

 
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