9/8/14 Miscellaneous Monday


Wade Williams guest hosts with open phone time on the local petitions and the money behind the Governor's race.

9/8/14 Miscellaneous Monday


Wade Williams guest hosts with thoughts on diversity in the police force. Plus, actor Ernie Hudson joins us by phone with details on the Ghostbuster's 30th Anniversary.

Lisa Wuennemann - Festival on the Rock


A big family-friendly music, food and fun festival is coming to Preservation Park. We take a preview look.

9/5/14 - Karen Schulte/Yolands Cargile - Transgender policy


A recent school board policy making accommodations for trans-gender students was adopted this week. We talk about the implications for parents and students.

9/5/14 - Paul Ryan/Ron Johnson


Congressman Paul Ryan previews his new book and weighs in on events in the Middle East. Then Senator Ron Johnson discuss foreign policy and more.

9/4/14 - Stay Healthy/ Hands on CPR


Dr. John Van Roo discusses the many positives of a newer approach to CPR and has details on when you can learn the techniques at a special St. Mary's event.

9/4/14 - Parade of Homes / Wall that Heals


First, Carol Engebretson of the SCWBA previews this year's Parade of Homes; Later, Bruce Jacobson has details on the traveling Vietnam Memorial coming to Loves Park, Il.

9/4/14 - Open Phones / Transgender policy in SDJ


A look at the new policy addition in the School District of Janesville making "reasonable accommodations" for transgender students in bathrooms and locker rooms. Calls and commentary.

9/3/14 - Mark Dwyer / Rotary Gardens Plant Sale


Interim Director and horticulturist at Rotary Botanical Gardens discusses this weekend's plant sale opportunities and we get an idea of what's blooming now and in the future at the gardens.

9/3/14 - John Benjamin - Economic forecast


John S. Benjamin, CFA and Regional Director, Investments at BMO Private Bank will look into his educated crystal ball and give us an idea of what to expect with our local and national economy in the coming year.

9/3/14 - Open Phones


Topics include airline seat disputes and the racial debate resurfaces.

9/2/14 - Focus on the Facts


Wade Williams is in with some facts surrounding the origins of Labor Day.

9/2/14 - Open phones/ minimum wage


The discussion continues on Minimum Wage and the implications for large and small businesses.

9/2/14 Totally Random Tuesday Part 1


Open phones on various topics lead us in the direction of a minimum wage discussion precipitating from President Obama's remarks at a Labor Day Rally in Milwaukee.

8/29/14 Labor Fest


We talk with Parade Director Jeanna Maasz and preview the Laborfest festival.

8/29/14 Jerry Stewart


Host of many of our holiday specials joins us to discuss his historical research which is the basis of many of his programs and to give his thoughts on America going into this holiday weekend.

8/29/14 Fun For All Friday


Favorite movies & police body cams.

8/28/14 Stay Healthy Rock County


Animal Bites with Dr. Jon Van Roo.

8/28/14 Open Phones


Your calls on a variety of topics.

8/28/14 Thoroughly Random Thursday


A 9 year old kills a range instructor while shooting an Uzi. We talk about it.

8/27/14 - Open Phones - Discussion Wrap


We finish our calls and comments on the recent Council meeting.

8/27/14 - Open Phones - More on the Council Meeting


Today's full show involves citizen callers opinions on Monday's Janesville City Council Inaction on two citizen petitions and scrutiny of the tone of some comments at the meeting.

8/27/14 - Open Phones - City Council Inaction


Today's full show involves citizen callers opinions on Monday's Janesville City Council Inaction on two citizen petitions and scrutiny of the tone of some comments at the meeting.

8/26/14 Focus on the Facts


Wade Williams focuses on jobs coming back to the US. "On-Shoring"

8/26/14 Open Phones


Your thoughts on the City Council's decisions.