Thursday, October 24, 2019

When it comes to getting rid of moles, yep that should just about do it! See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"

Playlist for Thursday, October 24, 2019

5a Hour

  • Never Enough - LA Guns
  • Where You Get Love - Matthew Sweet
  • American Woman - Lenny Kravitz
  • Turn Me Lose - Loverboy
  • I Missed Again - Phil Collins
  • Post Malone - Sam Feldt/Rani
  • Rush - Big Audio Dynamite II
  • Wicked Garden - Stone Temple Pilots
  • Africa - Weezer
  • Say What You Will - Fastway

6a Hour

  • Hold My Hand - Joss Glynne
  • Bad Case of Lovin You - Robert Palmer
  • Thunder Kiss '65 - White Zombie
  • Tunnel of Love - Bruce Springsteen
  • Turn Down For What - DJ Snake/Lil John
  • Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield
  • Dr. Feelgood - Motley Crue
  • Gimme Some Water - Eddie Money
  • Raspberry Beret - Prince
  • My P.Y.T. - Wale

7a Hour

  • Nightmare On My Street - Will Smith
  • Walking On Sunshine - Katrina & The Waves
  • I Wanna Be Rich - Calloway
  • 679 - Fetty Wap
  • What's Luv - Fat Joe/Ashanti
  • Bangarang - Skrillex
  • Brazil - Declan McKenna

8a Hour

  • Thriller - Michael Jackson
  • Abacab - Genesis
  • Clocks - Coldplay
  • Homegrown - Zac Brown Band

Vladimir Putin is turning his attention to Africa, after securing a deal with Turkey regarding Syria. Putin is hosting African leaders in the first ever Russia-Africa summit. What is Russia hoping to accomplish, and who is attending? NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joins Tony with developments.

A survey of 2,800 workers in more than two dozen U.S. cities finds that 90% of professionals at least sometimes come to the office with cold or flu symptoms. And nearly a third of those say they always show up at the office if they’re under the weather. Several factors play a part in the go/no-go decision, but the result is the same: Going to work when you’re sick prolongs your illness and exposes your co-workers to getting sick, as well. ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony with a look at what your co-workers could be up to.

With one year left before the 2020 election, a new polling series by Bankrate finds that experts and everyday Americans disagree when it comes to key issues surrounding the 2020 election. The state of Americans’ finances since the 2017 election and whether the President (or any President) should be credited for the recent period of record economic expansion are points of contention between the two groups. But they do agree on something: Healthcare and taxes will be two of the most critical issues for voters in 2020.'s Mark Hamrick joins Tony with a breakdown of what people are saying.

Metro Council President David James joins Tony with reaction to LMPD Chief Conrad's reorganization of the LMPD.

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