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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!
1. OBAMA HEADS TO WEST BANK
The president is meeting with Abbas about the peace process, as rockets were launched into Israel today.
2. WHAT WAS KEPT IN BUDGET BILL
The spending bill likely to be passed by the House today cuts $85 billion, but saves the job of federal meat inspectors.
3. CYPRUS TURNS TO `PLAN B'
Cyprus is considering Russian assistance, as the European Central Bank warned it would only fund the country's banks until Monday.
4. PEDIATRICIANS ENDORSE GAY MARRIAGE
The American Academy of Pediatrics says a stable relationship between parents regardless of sexual orientation contributes to a child's health and well-being.
5. WHO WERE THE MARINES WHO DIED IN NEVADA EXPLOSION
They ranged in age from 19 to 26. Two were engaged and one wanted to become a professional chef.
6. SOUTH KOREA CYBERATTACK TRACED TO CHINA
But speculation still centers on North Korea as the source of hacks of banks and media companies.
7. A HOST OF POSSIBLE SUSPECTS IN COLORADO CORRECTIONS CHIEF KILLING
Tom Clements oversaw inmates in 20 prisons and a week ago denied a Saudi national's request for a transfer.
8. HEEERE'S ... JIMMY?
Speculation is swirling that NBC is preparing to replace "Tonight" host Jay Leno with Jimmy Fallon and move the show from California to New York.
9. THE SONGS THAT WILL BE REMEMBERED FOREVER
Simon and Garfunkel's "The Sounds of Silence" and Chubby Checker's "The Twist" are among 25 recordings going into the Library of Congress today.
10. MARCH MADNESS REALLY BEGINS
There won't be a repeat champion – Kentucky has already lost – but the tournament gets into full swing Thursday and Friday when 64 teams see action.