Father and son give this hunter a hard time after he harvests a deer (BE ADVISED: Some adult language and not from the dad or the hunter). Today's "Video of the Day"
Playlist for Friday, October 25, 2019
- How Do You Want It - 2 Pac/KC & Jojo
- TV Dinners - ZZ Top
- Zombie - Cranberries
- Young & Crazy - Frankie Ballard
- Somebody To Shove - Soul Asylum
- Thunder Kiss '65 - White Zombie
- Feed My Frankenstein - Alice Cooper
- Voices - Disturbed
- Giant - Rag 'N' Bone Man
- Solo - Clean Bandit/Demi Lovato
- Get It Poppin - Fat Joe/Nelly
- Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne
- Just Got Paid - Sigala/Ella Erya
- Big Papa - Notorious B.I.G.
- Walk This Way - Aerosmith
- Longview - Green Day
- Once Bitten Twice Shy - Great White
- Awake - Godsmak
- Touch of Gray - Grateful Dead
- Ghostbusters - Ray Parker, Jr.
- Gimmie Shelter - Rolling Stones
- Orange Crush - R.E.M.
- Lay It Down - Ratt
- Up All Night - Tiesto
- Brass Monkey - Beastie Boys
- Rock Steady - Bad Company
- Contagious - Y&T
- Owner of A Lonely Hart - Yes
- Bust A Move - Young MC
- Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield
- The Candy Man - Sammy Davis, Jr.
- Cut Up - Blac Youngsta
Two more states – Georgia and Florida – are now considering legislation to allow college athletes to make a profit on their names and images. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (who was captain of the Yale baseball team) says California was on “the right track” when lawmakers there passed a similar bill last month. Next year, a Georgia lawmaker will introduce a measure in that state. ABC's Jim Ryan joins Tony with a look.
LMPD Chief Steve Conrad announced his reorganization plan and LMPD Spokesman Dwight Mitchell joins Tony to break it down.
UAW workers at General Motors in the U.S. have until today to ratify a tentative agreement between the union and the carmaker after the GM National Council accepted the agreement earlier this month. The union represents 48,000 workers at GM who have been on strike since last month following the union's decision not to extend the current 2015 Collective Bargaining Agreement following the breakdown of contract negotiations. Workers remain on strike until ratification. CBS News Auto Analyst with WWJ Radio in Detroit Jeff Gilbert joins Tony.