Melissa Etheridge talks about her new album "The Medicine Show" and a while lot more with Kimberly and Beck.
Rochester native and Super Bowl winner Roland Williams joins K&B to update on how things are going for his Champion Academy, which helps city school students. More details here https://championacademyroc.org/
Rachel Walters made the Times of Wayne County after her jeep got smashed by an Amtrak train on July 7th. She tries to clarify some misinformation that was reported, while also taking responsibility for the accident.
Kimberly Petty, the daughter of the man that owned the hoarder house we talked about last week with all the cats, calls in to provide some clarity on the history of the house and what was going on with her father.
The great Susan D'Ettorre (Billy's wife) joins K&B to talk about a sad situation in the city where a hoarder's house that had been condemned had more than two dozen cats and two brand new litters of kitties inside. She and others are trying to save the cats.
Jose Peo is very likely going to be the Rochester City Councilman for the Northwest District after some absentee ballots are counted next week. He got plenty of pushback from Mayor Warren and the party bosses since he was running against the party preferred candidate & Leticia Astacio.
Dean Feldman calls in after he helped cause a stir in Rochester yesterday. He was cleaning out a garage he was hired to demolish and inadvertently found a "Vietnam-era military ballistic projectile".
Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter responds to K&B about the video posted on the blog about the incident in Webster involving an elderly woman apparently have an episode of dementia.
Rachel Barnhart won her Democratic Primary for the 21st District for the County Legislature. Carl Falk (in for Kimberly) and Beck chat about the win and what comes next for her.
The Great Bob Lonsberry form Newsradio WHAM 1180 joins K&B following the Medal of Honor Ceremony for David Bellavia. Bob was at the White House & inside the East Room for the ceremony.
K&B speak again with Robbyn Drew. Her brother Craig Rideout was murdered July 2016. Craig's wife Laura, her boyfriend and her two sons Colin and Alex were charged in the murder. Laura and Colin were convicted, Alex convicted of only evidence tampering and the boyfriend Paul PJ Tucci walked free. Alex was just denied early release by the parole board.
Kimberly got voice messages on Facebook from Bleu Swift, one of the girls allegedly involved in that 4-on-1 beat down we talked about this week.
Thanks to the 4th man for this beautiful remix of Kimberly's messages from alleged Gangsta Bleu Swift
Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter & Livingston County Sheriff Tom Dougherty join Kimberly & Beck in studio ahead of the Sheriffs Showdown on July 20th in Hemlock which raises funds for the New York State Sheriffs’ Institute Summer Camp. They also talk a bunch about new state laws and how it's impacting police work.
K&B speak with Good Samaritan Ralph Bush who earlier this month stopped to help a Batavia Police officer that was struggling with a suspect after a traffic stop.
Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich calls in to address the latest going on with lake levels and the plan from the IJC. He also addresses stepping down as the Monroe County Republican Chair, and some issues with an ongoing project in his town.
Monroe County Sheriff's Office Investigator Trevor Hibbard talks about the arrest of Richard Tellier in Greece for possession of illegal weapons, drugs & ammo.
K&B speak with former WHAM Reporter Susan Ashline about the Wayne Central Board Fiasco where Superintendent Mathis Calvin is trying to oust school board members Steven Gallaher & Dennis Landry. Susan lives in the district and has been doing some digging.
Tom O'May, the father of murder victim Kelly O'May, called in to speak following the sentencing of the man that killed her last year. Robery Norry, her ex-boyfriend, will be spending 25-years-to-life for murdering her inside her apartment at Caroline & Meigs Streets in the South Wedge.
Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes of the 133rd Assembly District calls in to give her thoughts on Gov Cuomo's announcement that Livingston Correctional Facility will be closing at the end of August.