John Riley & Nancy Flagg


John Riley is a 23-year radio veteran, musician, comedian, frazzled father of four and host of the Morning Drive on 93.3 The Drive (5:30 am to 9 am Monday through Friday). Named Local Radio Personality of the Year four times by the Illinois Broadcasters Association, Riley is a family-friendly entertainer using music, games, phone calls and his unique perspective to help listeners get their days started on the right foot. Riley is joined by long time market news voice Nancy Flagg. A busy, constantly on-the-run mother of three, Nancy keeps Central Illinois up on the latest news, lifestyle choices and gossip, and tries to keep John in line. Be sure to play along with "Who Are You?" at 6:10, Question Impossible at 7:10 (win $50 cash!), and "The Game" at 8:10! 

What you learned on TODAY's show .. and other stuff.

Question Impossible: About 15% of people admit they do THIS to look smarter. 
Answer: Display books at home or the office

No winner so on Monday we'll try to give away $200!

It was the kind of dramatic stuff that you often see in a Harrison Ford movie. But this was real life. The actor is in the hospital this morning after crash-landing his vintage airplane on a golf course in Los Angeles yesterday. He suffered injuries but nothing life-threatening.

The A&E hit show "Storage Wars" could lose one of its biggest stars ... because of guys who are younger, cheaper and hungrier. Sources connected to "Storage Wars" veteran Darrell Sheets tell us the network is going to cut his pay in half, from around $30k an episode to $15k.

A Pixar executive says "Toy Story 4" won't continue the plot of "Toy Story 3".  It'll be a ROMANTIC COMEDY . . . and a stand-alone story, separate from the trilogy.  It's due in theaters in June of 2017.

Hall and Oates say they are not a breakfast cereal. The New York Daily News reports Hall and Oates are suing Early Bird Foods for trademark infringement for creating a cereal called "Haulin' Oats." Their lawsuit notes that other parties over the years have attempted to connect them to oats products.

SYLVESTER STALLONE is bringing the concept of his "Expendables" movies to TV.   He's developing it with Fox as an "event series," which means it's only intended to be one season.  There's no word on any casting.  


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