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Tony's glad to be back in Omaha after a stint in Atlanta, where he won an Associated Press Award for Best Newscast. He also worked for CNN Radio and the Georgia News Network.
In Omaha, Tony's been on the radio for decades, starting out on Sweet 98's Breakfast Flakes show and ending up with a long tour of duty on sister station KGOR. In addition to his KFAB duties, he also provides morning news on sister stations KGOR, KAT103 and 93.3 The Wolf. (Yes, he moves quickly thru the hallways.)
Tony lives in Omaha with his Beautiful Wife, Ronita... enjoying his awesome extended family and the world's greatest city!
Lotsa discussion on today's Good Morning Show about the komodo dragon that's now on display at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo. So to whet your lizard-centric appetite, let's hop in the Wayback Machine and check out a great moment in lizard history...
So what does this mean for you and me? A lot of folks aren't very happy.
Omaha native and Oscar-winner Alexander Payne is in Cannes to promote his latest, "Nebraska". (Guess where it's set?) Yes, that's James Caan and Will Forte...
It's a wayto get all the fun and excitement of bass fishing in the palm of your hand _ without ever having to hop on a boat or slip into a pair of waders.
"Super Black Bass 3D'' is a new title out for the Nintendo 3DS hand-held gaming system. And it has several features that are specifically designed for the 3DS.
Rising Sun Games says it features what it calls a "Real Rod System'' _ which uses the built in gyroscope and motion control to simulate what it's like to have a real largemouth or smallmouth on the end of your line. And if catching bass isn't your thing _ there are more than two dozen other species to go after.
The game lets you fish under a variety of conditions, including different seasons, weather conditions and time of day. And if you want to see where you rank among other virtual fish-catchers, the game features a domestic and international leaderboard.
The game is rated "E'' for Everyone by the ESRB.
Get well soon wishes to former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts. He's postponing his May tour dates while he undergoes medical tests.
Betts' manager, David Spero, says in a statement Betts has tested negative for cancer of the bladder and prostate. He says Betts had undergone another procedure on Friday to give him relief from unspecified problems.
Spero anticipates Betts will be recovered and ready to tour in June.