1 Year After The Schoharie Limo Crash: Changes In Local Limo Companies

One year after the deadly Schoharie limo crash, changes are being proposed by the National Transportation Safety Board to keep passengers safe. Carrie E. Curtis of Walkabout Limousine in Tully spoke with Dave about what these changes mean for her business:

 

President Trump announced that US troops were being pulled out of Syria amid rising tensions with Turkey. NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer joined Dave to discuss the latest developments:

 

And the Syracuse Common Council is wrapping up their plans to slow down the deer population in the city's North Side. Common Councillor Joe Driscoll explained why sharpshooters are being brought in to cull the deer:

 

Missed any of Dave's interviews from this morning? You can find them in the playlist below, or on the iHeartRadio app.

 
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