09.12.2022 – “The game that has us licking our wounds.”

Is the remembrance of 9/11 waning? What makes a school “the best?”.  Assembly candidate Eileen Daniel.  Aaron Nagler on the Packers loss. Wisconsin in the Wild: Emmys Edition.

Hour 1

  • Was the anniversary of 9/11 overshadowed by the NFL opener?
  • The 20th anniversary of Ironman Wisconsin was held in Madison, but the Milwaukee Lakefront marathon is canceled.
  • The US News and World rankings on the best colleges and universities came out Monday, and there are many questions about the data.

Hour 2

  • Democrat Eileen Daniel, shares why she’s running for the 34th Assembly district.
  • Cheesehead TV co-founder, Aaron Nagler gives his analysis of Monday’s packer game that has many of us licking our wounds.

Hour 3

  • UW nurse strike could be a no-go after Governor Evers steps in.
  • Rural Wisconsin businesses and homes could miss out on high-speed internet services, otherwise known as broadband. 
  • On the Sunday political show, Ron Johnson went against his campaign message of “unity.”
  • The Emmys are tonight, and some Wisconsin natives are getting their moment in the spotlight.
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Listen to today’s interviews with Eileen Daniel and Aaron Nagler during the second hour. 
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