WIKY Morning Show Nov. 30th
** From the category, "Michael Jackson Madness," comes this story about Dr. Conrad Murray and how long he'll be in jail:
** NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams had a tough broadcast last night because a fire alarm kept going off during his show! Listen to it here:
** From the category of "Random Celebrities Singing on Foreign Television," I present.....Mike Tyson! Enjoy!
** "Adweek" magazine surveyed store security pros from around the country and asked them what items are shoplifted the most from their stores. Here's the top ten:
#1.) Filet mignon. "Luxury meat" thefts are up 21% since 2009 and are the most commonly stolen items from grocery stores.
#2.) Expensive liquors. Stolen more by alcoholics than underage kids.
#3.) Small electric tools. This covers everything from power drills to electric toothbrushes.
#4.) iPhones. iPhones, plus other small electronics, get stolen all the time. Approximately 100,000 laptops are stolen from stores every year.
#5.) Gillette Mach 4 razor blades. Razor blade thefts account for 2.7% of all store losses.
#6.) AXE body spray. AXE is the most stolen brand of deodorant, body wash, and body spray.
#7.) Polo. Polo is the most stolen designer brand, and Tommy Hilfiger is second. Clothing theft is up 31% since 2009.
#8.) Let's Rock Elmo. This Elmo toy, along with all the other hot toys for this Christmas season, are major targets.
#9.) Chanel No. 5. Designer fragrances account for 4% of losses in stores where they're sold.
** Leigh Ann Gamble from Deaconess stopped by to tell us about the Deaconess Hospice Reflection Tree Event coming up at the Old National Bank Atrium on December 6th. You can purchase lights for the tree to remember your loved ones that have passed on. There will be a lighting ceremony that night at 6:30. If you want some more info, call 812-450-3359 or click on the link below:
** Eric Hurt and Benjamin Crockett from the Evansville Civic Theatre were our guests in the Celebrity Mic. "It's a Wonderful Life" is the latest production, which starts Dec. 2nd and runs through Dec. 18th. They're staging the show like a 1940's radio drama, which should be really fun! If you want tickets, just call the Civic Theatre box office at 812-425-2800.