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Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 30, 2015

HOUR ONE

Two new accounts of what happened to Freddie Gray question the narrative that has fueled protests in Baltimore. The first comes from a relative of one of the officers involved in the arrest. She thinks Gray was injured while he was being arrested -- before he was put inside a police van. The second is an account from a prisoner who was in the same police van. Environment Canada Senior Climatologist David Phillips joins to talk about what we can expect – or hope for – as the beginning of May is just around the corner and our minds are turning to summer fun. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthday’s and if it’s your birthday, Happy Birthday! Police say that they have never encountered "anything" like the destruction found in a Calgary home after it was rented out to tenants using Airbnb over the weekend. Police have reached out to the renter of the property and the Crown is exploring pursuing charges of mischief to property over $5,000. Nepal’s government is encouraging people to go ahead with their plans to climb Mount Everest. Officials plan to re-open the routes up the avalanche-stricken mountain as early as next week. Meanwhile, the rescue and recovery operations haven’t stopped and five days after the devastating earthquake – many are still desperate for aid.

HOUR TWO

CKOM’s Bryn Levy joins us this morning from Tisdale where last night a community gathered to remember the lives for three beautiful young children and their mother who were brutally murdered last week. Several hundred people packed the town's square, including three bus loads from Gosling's hometown of Nipawin. Environment Canada Senior Climatologist David Phillips joins to talk about what we can expect – or hope for – as the beginning of May is just around the corner and our minds are turning to summer fun. Sam has been having troubles with pigeons – they have taken over her balcony. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good! Murray Wood joins in studio for John Gormley, he offers some advice for Sam and shares what’s coming up on the today! And we go over your text messages to 306-306!

HOUR THREE

It’s our please to call the Early Bird Winner in the Hospitals of Regina Foundation Spring Home Lottery – we give them the good news live on air. We are joined by David Phillips to chat about the upcoming up we could see in the near future. The second round of the NHL playoffs gets underway tonight –we let you know when and where you can catch a game. We call the 50/50 Winner in the Hospitals of Regina Foundation Spring Home Lottery and give them the good news. We go over your advice for Sam on how to get rid of her pigeons problems. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 29, 2015

HOUR ONE

We start this morning by update you on the outgoing struggle in Baltimore. It was a quiet night Tuesday night, a far cry from Monday’s violent riots. Many protestors refused to leave at 10pm when the city wide curfew went into effect – 10 people were arrested, but police are calling the situation stable. International aid reached some remote earthquake-affected areas in Nepal on Wednesday, as the death toll rose to more than 5,000 four days after the disaster struck. There's a rush to get out of Kathmandu. Thousands of people are trying to flee - some trying to head out to the remote districts to see how their families are, others including tourists trying to head towards India by road. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays! When 25 year old Toya Graham saw her 16 year old son Michael in the crowds in West Baltimore with his hood up - face covered in a mask - and being part of the melee, she wasn't having any of it. The video of her has gone viral - grabbing him by the scruff of the neck, and slapping him across the head, confronting him for being out in the streets causing trouble. A new label on some bottles of Bud Light is falling flat among women. In a continuation of it’s “Up for Whatever” campaign, a wide blue band low on the label says, ‘The perfect beer for removing “no” from your vocabulary for the night.’ And thanks to an error by the Canada Revenue Agency you have an extra five days to file personal income tax.

HOUR TWO

For the first time in what could be history, a Major League Baseball game will be played without any fans in the stadium because of the unrest in Baltimore. The close-door game follows the postponements of two games against the White Sox. The United Nations is releasing 15-million dollars from its emergency response fund to help the victims of Saturday's earthquake in Nepal. That will allow international humanitarian groups to increase operations and provide shelter, water, medical supplies and logistical services. Remote regions still have not received help, and have become nearly unreachable. Depending on who wins tonight in the NHL playoffs, the Calgary Flames could be playing a home game the day of the Alberta election. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good! Where we bring you some feel good – less news worthy – stories to help put a smile on your face and some pep in your step. Murray Wood is in for John Gormley and joins to talk about the Baltimore Mom who is making waves this morning, and shares what’s coming up on his show.

HOUR THREE

With the mom from Baltimore getting praise across the globe for dragging her son home from participating in the riots, we want to know about the time your mom said she would “take you out”. Frustrated Nepal residents faced off with police in Kathmandu today to protest the slow pace of aid delivery in the wake of Saturday's massive earthquake. About 200 people blocked traffic to show their anger. A Canadian Forces transport plane, loaded with relief supplies and an advance crew from a disaster-assistance team, is due to arrive near the disaster zone today. Today is the 4th Wedding Anniversary of William and Kate, the couple is currently awaiting the birth of their second child. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 28, 2015

HOUR ONE

Nepal is facing a humanitarian crisis as tens of thousands left homeless by the quake are living in the open without clean water or sanitation. Officials have put the death toll at 4,400. But according to the country's prime minister it could reach 10,000. Our province is doing what it can to help those suffering after the devastating earthquake struck Nepal, it's sending a quarter-million dollars in relief money. There is unrest in Baltimore after a peaceful funeral for Freddie Gray. He is the man who died in police custody over one week ago, the circumstances surrounding his death are still suspicious. The incident stemmed from a flier that circulated widely among city school students via social media about a” purge” to take place at 3 p.m., starting at Mondawmin Mall and ending downtown. People in Regina who park vehicles on a front lawn may soon be hearing from a bylaw enforcement officer. The city has made bylaw changes to make enforcement easier. The change was approved last night. It should make it clearer what is and is not allowed when it comes to a front driveway. And Apple released their earnings yesterday – it will make your jaw drop.

HOUR TWO

The search and rescue continues in Nepal. The country's Prime Minister says the death toll from Saturday's massive earthquake could get to 10,000. Right now, the official death toll is over 5,000. Baltimore looks more like a war zone this morning -- overnight fires, rioting and looting. The city is under a state of emergency. 15 police officers were hurt -- two-dozen people arrested. Rioting started just hours after the funeral for Freddie Gray -- the young black man who died of a spinal injury, a week after being taken into police custody. And we take your feedback to 306-306 on Regina City Council’s decision to ban parking on your front lawn. Rescue workers from across the glove are delivering aid are still having trouble reaching the remote communities in Nepal. The death toll from Saturday’s earthquake has now surpassed 5,000. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good. Murray Wood is in for John Gormley and talks about the no-parking on front lawns, as well as what’s coming up on his show. And if you, like thousands of women are just too torn about losing McDreamy on last week’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy, well you have a chance to make your voice heard.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins for his weekly visit to talk about City Councils clarification on parking on your front lawn – it is ILLEGAL, as well he updates what the status of our water is. We start in Baltimore Maryland were riots have led the state's governor to declare a state of emergency and call in the National Guard. Several cars and a CVS store were set on fire, hundreds looted shops and hurled rocks and bricks at police, at least seven officers have been injured in the chaos. We are joined this morning by Dave Rodney, a Canadian who has a very close connection with Nepal and joins to share what the region is like. Rodney is one of the few people in the world to have summated Mount Everest twice. And What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 27, 2015

HOUR ONE

It's been almost two full days since an enormous earthquake -- 7.9 -- jolted the highest part of the world and devastated the country of Nepal. More than 37-hundred people are confirmed dead and thousands more are injured.Canada, aside from sending $5million in aid, our government sent advance elements of our highly specialized Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART). They should arrive tonight in Nepal. After two men were brutally murdered only a few metres apart on the streets of Winnipeg on Saturday night, police are warning those who “frequent the streets” that an unknown serial killer may be targeting them. We bring today’s Celebrity Birthday, and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! Someone who bought a Lotto 6/49 ticket in Regina is a million dollars richer. There was no winner of the estimated $18 million jackpot, but the guaranteed $1 million prize draw ticket was sold in Regina. People tuned in on Friday night to the interview people have been waiting for across the globe – Diane Sawyer spoke with Bruce Jenner, it wasn’t a confrontational interview or even a probing one: It was a careful, collaborative effort between Ms. Sawyer and her guest to turn a celebrity guest into a public service announcement. And one doctor is offering advice to William and Kate on how to convince their second child to get moving – it’s believed Kate is 3-4 days overdue.

HOUR TWO

A 7.9 magnitude earthquake in Nepal killed more than 19-hundred people in Nepal's capital, Katmandu crowded with tourists at the time. The quake-triggered avalanche on Mount Everest that buried part of the base camp packed with foreign climbers at the end of the climbing season. The first round of the NHL playoffs is about to wrap up as Anaheim, Calgary, Minnesota, Chicago, Montreal and the Rangers all advance to the second round – Tampa Bay takes on the Red Wings tonight at 7 PM. And you could be Regina’s next millionaire, a ticket worth $1 million was sold in the Queen City. A massive earthquake has killed more than 36-hundred people and injured thousands more in Nepal. It happened on Saturday -- the quake registering 7.9, the most powerful in that region since 1934. It trigged an avalanche on Mount Everest as well. Canada is sending a Disaster Assistance Response Team. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good! Where you bring you some feel good news stories to help keep a smile on your face and put some pep in your step. Our Murray Wood steps in for John Gormley to talk about the hot topics of the morning as well; he shares what’s coming up on his show. And the watch for Royal Baby #2 continues today, Kate is believed to be 3-4 days overdue.

HOUR THREE

The death toll from Nepal's massive earthquake nearing four-thousand, the vast majority of the casualties are in Nepal, but at least 50 people have been killed in neighbouring countries. Canada is sending an advance team from its Disaster Assistance Response Team to Nepal to assess the situation and determine how DART can best help. Canada is also contributing five-million dollars to relief efforts. With training camp a little more a month away the Saskatchewan Roughriders have trimmed their roster by five. Quarterback Seth Doege, defensive lineman Chancey Aghayere, offensive lineman Pierce Burton, linebacker Justin Cole and defensive back Ryan Steed were all released on Friday. After two men were brutally murdered only a few metres apart on the streets of Winnipeg on Saturday night, police are warning those who “frequent the streets” that an unknown serial killer may be targeting them. Bruce Jenner's big announcement brought in huge ratings for ABC; Jenner spoke with Diane Sawyer to break his silence about his gender. And What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 24, 2015

HOUR ONE

LaTasha Gosling and her three children - Jenika, Landen, and Janayah - were slain this week by her partner, Steve O’Shaughnessy, in the Tisdale trailer they shared. As more information about LaTasha and her children have been released we are piecing together a heartbreaking story, with conflicting view points from neighbours – we update you on the facts. A couple big games in the NHL last night as the Canucks fought off the Flames with a 2-1 win – staying alive as the series stands at 3-1 for the Flames. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays, and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! Super fans of Grey's Anatomy know that when the pen of Shonda Rimes is broken out to write an episode of the long-running hospital drama, something big is going to happen, and it did by the end of last night’s 60 minutes. CKOM’s Kelly Malone has been covering the Heartbreak in Tisdale, and joins to shed some light on Steve O’Shaughnessy - the man who killed 27-year-old LaTasha Gosling and her three kids. And airing tonight at 7, Bruce Jenner speaks with Diane Sawyer.

HOUR TWO

There are still many questions to be answered, but we do know more about the man who is accused of killing 27-year-old LaTasha Gosling and her three children. Steve O’Shaughnessy was dating Gosling and sent photos of bodies to the father of the three children before taking his own life in Prince Albert. CKOM’s Bryn Levy has been in Tisdale and joins to talk about the reaction friends and family of LaTasha Gosling. We recap last night’s wins in the NHL playoffs, and let you know when the games get started tonight. Fans of Grey’s Anatomy have been left shattered after last night’s episode; we tell you what happened… kind of. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good – where we bring you feel good news stories to help keep a smile on your face. John Gormley joins to recap with us the details coming out on the Heartbreak in Tisdale. Time it’s now for Woodsy's Little Heroes where we shine a spotlight on one young athlete each month and this month, 7 year old Dexter Anderson sure knows how to bend it like Beckham.

HOUR THREE

CKOM’s Kelly Malone has been covering the Heartbreak in Tisdale, and joins to shed some light on Steve O’Shaughnessy - the man who killed 27-year-old LaTasha Gosling and her three kids. Lois Lilienstein of Sharon, Lois * Bram fame has died, her son David Lilienstein says she died at home in Toronto surrounded by friends and family. He says she had a rare form of cancer, which was diagnosed last October. She was 78. It’s time for Movie Friday where we let you know what’s hot at the box office, and which films you are better off not seeing. Our Jamie Nye, the Sports Guy joins to talk about the Canuck’s win over the Flames last night. LaTasha Gosling and her three children - Jenika, Landen, and Janayah - were slain this week by her partner, Steve O’Shaughnessy, in the Tisdale trailer they shared. As more information about LaTasha and her children have been released we are piecing together a heartbreaking story, with conflicting view points from neighbours – we update you on the facts. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 23, 2015

HOUR ONE

The shocking news out of Tisdale, Saskatchewan has many feeling this morning the small town lost its innocents. A young family – a 27 year old mother and three of her children – were found murdered and suspect (believed to be the boyfriend) was found dead in Prince Albert with the couples’ six month old baby girl. Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted for the first time in over 42 years on Wednesday, creating a remarkable scene of smoke plumes and ash shooting into the sky. Chilean authorities evacuated around 4,000 residents of the nearby Ensenada district; you could see the first eruption via infrared satellite. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! A federal judge has given final approval to a class-action lawsuit settlement between the National Football League and thousands of former players. The agreement provides up to $5 million per retired player for serious medical conditions associated with repeated head trauma. And it’s an age-old summer hobby, feeding bread to the birds down at Wascana Park, but experts say this is actually a dangerous practice.

HOUR TWO

CKOM reporter Bryn Levy joins us from Tisdale this morning via phone to update us on the tragic loss of a family of 4, victims of an apparent murder-suicide. Family has identified the mother as Latasha Gosling, 27, and her children: Jenika, 8, Landon, 7, and Janayah, 4.The sole suspect killed the family, then took a six-month-old baby and travelled to Prince Albert, where it appears he took his own life – the six month old baby was unharmed. After almost four decades on the run from North Carolina, 66-year-old fugitive Clarence David Moore surrendered this week to a Kentucky sheriff because he is in poor health and needs a legitimate Social Security number to get medical care. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good – where we bring you some feel good less news-worthy stories to help put a smile on your face and some pep in your step. And John Gormley joins to talk about the hot topics of the morning as well shares what’s coming up on his show.

HOUR THREE

A federal judge has given final approval to a class-action lawsuit settlement between the National Football League and thousands of former players. The agreement provides up to $5 million per retired player for serious medical conditions associated with repeated head trauma. While the lawsuit was a combination of hundreds of actions brought by more than 5,000 ex-NFL players, the settlement applies to all players who retired on or before July 7, 2014. A horrific discovery and the Town of Tisdale is still dealing with the shock after police found four dead bodies in a trailer park. RCMP say a man went to the mobile home in Tisdale and killed the family, then drove to Prince Albert with a six-month old baby. The man killed himself there but left the baby unharmed. The infant is now being cared for by relatives; CKOM’s Bryn Levy is in Tisdale and joins us. And What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 22, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: Should Tisdale change their slogan?

HOUR ONE

The federal government is unveiling its first balanced budget in seven years. Finance Minister Joe Oliver delivered a narrow 1.4-billion-dollar surplus. But he drained two-billion dollars from the budget's rainy-day reserve to get there. That reserve is generally set aside for unforeseeable events like natural disasters. A 93-year-old former Nazi SS guard, Oskar Groening, known as the "Accountant of Auschwitz", admitted he is "morally" guilty. He spoke at the beginning of his trial for being an accessory to the murder of at least 300,000 Jews at the concentration camp. He could face three to 15 years in prison if found guilty. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays, and if it’s your Birthday – Happy Birthday! There's a push on in Tisdale to change the town's slogan -- "Land of Rape and Honey." Rape doesn't refer to the sexual assault, but rapeseed -- which existed before canola. The town held a survey about two decades ago, but the vote was split so the slogan stayed. It’s Earth Day and Sam gives you some factoids about our home planet.

HOUR TWO

Joe Oliver's first budget contains pre-election measures and enough leeway to keep the federal books in the black. It's described as a balanced budget. The Finance Minister is projecting a 1.4-billion-dollar surplus. But to do that the government is taking 2 billion dollars out of the rainy day fund. The government also is promising to spend more on the day-to-day-upkeep of the military, but the cash does not kick in for two years. Instead of telling you how you can help save the planet we’re going to take a look at some cool facts about this unique planet in our solar system. Sure, you know that we’re the only world with intelligent life (as far as we know), but there’s a lot more. Colorado Springs man was hit with a municipal violation after he ended a long-running battle with an uncooperative computer by blasting it eight times with a handgun. Woodsy explains where he’s been the last few days and shares why it took him so long to get back to Regina. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good. John Gormley joins in studio and shares what’s coming up on his show. And we take your texts to 306-306.

HOUR THREE

Finance Minister Joe Oliver is delivering a balanced election-year budget that includes a thin 1.4-billion dollar surplus. The budget highlights include a relaxation of the rules on registered retirement savings redemptions for seniors and an expansion of compassionate-care benefits. There is also a near-doubling of the annual tax-free savings account limit to 10-thousand dollars. A former Nazi SS guard known as the “Accountant of Auschwitz” admitted to being “morally” guilty of the murder of 300,000 Jews. He could face up to 15 years in prison. The mayor of a town in northern Saskatchewan sighs at the prospect of having to explain yet again what the community’s slogan really means. Tisdale has been called the “Land of Rape and Honey” for nearly 60 years and its weathered welcome sign still sports the phrase. And What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 21, 2015

HOUR ONE

It’s Budget Day in Ottawa and keeping with quirky finance minister tradition, Joe Oliver was seen buying a pair of New Balance brand sneakers the day before he tables the budget in the House of Commons. The Top 10 Worst Roads in Saskatchewan have been released by CAA in their search to find THE worst road on our highways, city streets and elsewhere – taking the top two spots are Highway 354 by Dilke and Highway 4 by Val Marie. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays – and if it’s your birthday, Happy Birthday! Policy changes are coming for the Chinook School Division, that's after 39-year old coach Ryan Chamberlin pleaded guilty to sex crimes involving teenage boys earlier this month. He was never required to have a criminal record check -- but if one had been done, it would have uncovered this fact -- Chamberlin served 4-months in prison for sexually assaulting a child in B-C in 1998.CKOM’s Wray Morrison joins to recap last night’s match ups in the NHL Playoffs as they Jet fell to the Ducks in over time, despite the support of the fans.

HOUR TWO

It's Federal Budget Day. Finance Minister Joe Oliver will reveal his first balanced budget in eight years at about two o'clock this afternoon, our time. The budget is said to focus on creating jobs and cutting taxes. Jarret Stoll was arrested after he was patted down by a hotel security guard, who found Stoll was carrying two small, pink baggies that carried contraband, according to Stoll's arrest report. Stoll had agreed to a voluntary pat down upon entering the bar, the police detective who wrote the report said he immediately recognized the white powder to be cocaine. Kraft says it will remove all artificial preservatives or synthetic colours in its iconic macaroni and cheese meal by the end of next year. The company tells fans that "Kraft Dinner" will taste the same. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good – where we bring you some feel good news stories to help put a smile on your face and some pep in your step. John Gormley joins to talk about the hot topics of the morning as well shares what’s coming up on his show. And in hopes to find THE worst road in Saskatchewan, CAA has released the Top 10 in competition for the title – we take your texts on what roads you think need the most help.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins for his weekly visit and shares what’s happening in the Queen City, and where he stands on prayer being taken out of Chamber meetings. We are joined on the phone by our Kevin Martel who is in Winnipeg for last night’s playoff game against the Duck – he share was it was like being part of the White Out in Winnipeg. It's budget day in Ottawa. Finance Minister Joe Oliver will take the wraps off his first balanced budget in eight years this afternoon. The Tories have said the budget will focus on creating jobs and cutting taxes. Policy changes are coming for the Chinook School Division, covering Swift Current and the south-west. That's after 39-year old coach Ryan Chamberlin pleaded guilty to sex crimes involving teenaged boys earlier this month. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 20, 2015

HOUR ONE

Tens of thousands of runners, including some of the world's best, and hundreds of thousands of fans are expected to hit the streets of Boston today for the 119th running of the Boston Marathon. The race goes on during a pause in the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the 21-year-old ethnic Chechen who was convicted earlier this month of the bombing two years ago. A huge international headline -- a ship carrying hundreds of people capsized in the Mediterranean off the coast of Libya. The ship was run by human traffickers who don't typically keep passenger lists, so it's not known exactly how many people were on board. It's believed, though, that about 950 people died. It’s time for today’s celebrity birthdays, and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! Los Angeles Kings forward Jarret was arrested and charged in Las Vegas on Friday for possession of cocaine and another illegal recreational drug. CKOM’s Wray Morrison joins to recap the standing after the weekend in the NHL Playoffs and Draft Lottery. And Tim Tebow will be coming back to the NFL!

HOUR TWO

A boat believed to be crowded with hundreds of migrants capsized has tipped over in the Mediterranean Sea. Italy's coast guard is combing the water for survivors, but one survivor says there were over 900 people on the boat. Our Kevin Martel has been sitting in on the inquest into Lee Bonneau’s death and recaps the final day of testimony for us. The Edmonton Oilers get the first pick in this year’s draft lottery and hockey fans across the nations are counting on the Oilers to bring home Connor McDavid. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good! Where we bring you some feel good news stories to help put a smile on your face and some pep in your step. John Gormley joins to talk the hot topics of the morning and shares what’s coming up on his show.

HOUR THREE

30,000 runners will take part in the world's oldest annual marathon. Today will be the 199th running of the Boston Marathon, and the second since the bombing two years ago. Arguments begin tomorrow in the penalty phase of Dzhokar Tsarnarve's life-or-death trial. Kevin Jesus from Global Edmonton joins to share what the mood is in Edmonton as the news that Connor McDavid could be coming to town very soon. Los Angeles Kings forward Jarret was arrested and charged in Las Vegas on Friday for possession of cocaine and another illegal recreational drug. As a result of Lee Bonneau's death inquest, a total 19 recommendations have been made to the RCMP, Yorkton Tribal Council and Ministry of Social Services. But will they actually get implemented and improve the system or be ignored? CJME's Kevin Martel attempts to answer that. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - April 17, 2015

HOUR ONE

The Saskatchewan Government says people can see strippers for CHARITY but not at a bar and only once a year. Don McMorris is the Minister Responsible for SLGA. He says the government is "quite sure" the charity rule will not attract the same potentially criminal business element. Stephen Harper's name surfaced at the Mike Duffy trial Thursday as court heard from a string of contractors who were paid through a taxpayer-funded account that the suspended senator allegedly used to skirt finance rules. A former intern, a makeup artist and a personal trainer all described being paid by companies run by Duffy's long-time friend Gerald Donohue for services they provided to the senator - and in one case, to the prime minister as well. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays, and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! Sony's hacking problems aren't over yet, yesterday, WikiLeaks put hundreds of thousands of emails and documents from last year's crippling cyber attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment into a searchable online archive. We are now hearing the 9-1-1 call made by an Alaska Airlines baggage handler who apparently fell asleep in the cargo hold of a Seattle to Los Angeles bound plane and woke up in flight. And your texts to 306-306!

HOUR TWO

A former intern, a makeup artist and a personal trainer all described being paid by companies run by Duffy's long-time friend Gerald Donohue for services they provided to the senator - and in one case, to the prime minister as well. The cheques form the basis for six of 30 fraud and breach of trust charges faced by Duffy, in addition to a single count of bribery involving a cheque that came from Harper's former chief of staff. Night Two of the NHL Playoffs went off without a hitch last night, we recap the standings. And thousands of Star Wars fans were treated to a sneak look at the first trailer of the upcoming movie. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good where we bring you some feel morning news stories to help put a smile on your face and some pep in your step. John Gormley joins to talk about the flip-flop decision on stripping in Saskatchewan. And we take more of your texts to 306-306.

HOUR THREE

Yesterday in the trial against suspended Senator Mike Duffy, a former intern, a makeup artist and a personal trainer all described being paid by companies run by Duffy's long-time friend Gerald Donohue for services they provided to the senator - and in one case, to the prime minister as well. The Saskatchewan Government says people can see strippers for CHARITY but not at a bar and only once a year. Don McMorris is the Minister Responsible for SLGA. He says the government is "quite sure" the charity rule will not attract the same potentially criminal business element. It’s Movie Friday and we let you know what’s hot at the Regina box office for you to check out. Our Kevin Martel has been sitting in on the inquest into Lee Bonneau’s death and recaps what happened during Day 8 of the inquest. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!