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   Friday, November 21
HOUR 1  Live 6-7am
THE HUNGER GAMES RETURNS
ABC entertainment critic David Blaustein reviews this week's only new movie release, "Mockingjay: Part 1" » More
BROKEN NEWS
You snooze, you lose – Exhausted thief caught napping in stolen car » More
MORNING MUSIC
Pat Benatar
"Hit Me With Your Best Shot"

From the Album:
"Crimes of Passion"
HOUR 2  Live 7-8am
THE NEXT GENERATION of hackers are after more than our money – How concerned should we be about this latest risk? » More

"THINK BEFORE YOU LINK" is a new program that aims to get connected kids to take cyber-security seriously » More
 
HOUR 3  Live 8-9am
A VISIT FROM SANTA for your four-legged family members this weekend – we'll get details from the Humane Society » More

EMMA HAS A SECRET – We talk to the debut author of the powerful coming-of-age story "The Willow Tree" » More
 
AROUND THE WATERCOOLER

From poles to pews – Church's expansion plans include renovating former strip club
Cost of Thanksgiving dinner up from last year, still under $50
Following in his footsteps – Daughter of 9/11 victim becomes New York firefighter
Court finds Google doesn't have to be impartial in the way it arranges search results
Survey: Many feel pressured to overspend, but plan to enjoy the holidays anyway and worry later
ON MONDAY
"The most wonderful time of the year," or "Bah, humbug?" Before you get your Grinch on, we have suggestions for putting the 'happy' back into the holidays
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THURSDAY,
NOVEMBER 20
HOUR 1 - LISTEN NOW
  • BROKEN NEWS: 'Normal Barbie' doll features more realistic body type, imperfections like cellulite and acne » More
  • CONSUMER AFFAIRS: Does that used car you're looking at have a recall notice? Beware – the dealer doesn't have to fix it, and he doesn't have to tell you » More

HOUR 2 - LISTEN NOW
  • FRAUD AWARENESS WEEK – How to spot dangerous mortgage and housing scams, and what to do if you are a victim » More
  • A TIME TO GIVE THANKS for the bountiful harvest we enjoy all year long – Farm Moms talk about what makes Thanksgiving so special on the farm » More

HOUR 3 - LISTEN NOW
  • IT WON'T BE LONG before we hear the familiar ring of those Christmas bells – Major Herb Carter talks about the Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign » More
  • ONE THING WE KNOW after this week's Arctic blast is that Coats for Christmas aren't just a luxury, they're a necessity » More
WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER 19
HOUR 1 - LISTEN NOW
  • BROKEN NEWS: Employment prospects not looking good after applicant stabs potential boss during job interview » More
  • EVERYDAY AGRICULTURE: This year's Capitol Christmas Tree is now on its way to Washington from Minnesota's Chippewa National Forest » More

HOUR 2 - LISTEN NOW
  • SCHOOLS REGULARLY PRACTICE their lockdown procedures, but some fear the drills may be too intense for students » More
  • WINTER SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK – How to protect your home from storms, and minimize the hassle if you do have to make an insurance claim » More

HOUR 3 - LISTEN NOW
  • THE FIRE RELIEF FOUNDATION is asking you to share the spirit of the season by giving help and hope to those who have lost everything » More
  • CALLING ALL GOBBLERS – It's time for the 4th annual Turkey Trot to benefit the Women's Resource Center » More
TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 18
HOUR 1 - LISTEN NOW
  • BROKEN NEWS: Woman cites freedom of religious expression in wearing pasta strainer in driver's license photo » More
  • HOME ENTERTAINMENT: Lots of new movies on DVD this week to keep you warm and happy indoors while the cold wind howls outdoors » More

HOUR 2 - LISTEN NOW
  • MOTHER NATURE IS driving the point home this week – It's time to get ready for cold and flu season » More
  • THE AGRICULTURE COMMUNITY is not happy with the Corps of Engineers' flood plan – Farm Bureau president Gary Wilson explains their objection » More

HOUR 3 - LISTEN NOW
  • A BILL TO REPEAL Common Core is gaining momentum in the state legislature – Are proponents re-thinking their support for the controversial education standards? » More
  • UNITED WAY CEO John Urbanski gives us an update as the 2014 fundraising campaign enters its final (official) weeks » More
MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 17
HOUR 1 - LISTEN NOW
  • BROKEN NEWS: Sheriff's deputy charged with stealing DVD while investigating convenience store robbery » More
  • WEEKLY RADIO ADDRESSES: President Obama and Republican Rep. Brad Wenstrup of Ohio's 2nd Congressional District discuss their legislative priorities » More

HOUR 2 - LISTEN NOW
  • WASTED TIME AT WORK means missed deadlines, longer hours and less family time – Our expert tips can make your whole office more productive » More
  • AS THE PRESIDENT pushes for reform – an immigration court judge shares her view of the system's shortcomings » More

HOUR 3 - LISTEN NOW
  • WORTH THE WAIT? Mayor Lydia Mihalik and Commissioner Brian Robertson give their take on the preliminary flood control plan that we paid for » More
  • GOT MOVES? Details on an upcoming self-defense program sponsored by the Business and Professional Women » More

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