Donate now & be entered to win a trip to Chicago to see “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me”
| September 20, 2019
It’s Fall Fundraiser time for WSKG Radio. And when you support WSKG Radio with a contribution you’ll be automatically entered to win the Grand Prize: A Trip for two to Chicago to see a live taping of Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!
round-trip airfare for two from Corning, NY to Chicago, IL
three nights’ hotel stay
two tickets to see Peter Sagal and the gang laugh their way through the news at a taping of Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me
Peter Sagal on Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me
Approximate retail value $1,500.00. Travel must be completed by 12/31/2020. Blackout dates and restrictions apply.
No contribution necessary to enter. You may fill out this form to enter.
Governor Cuomo's daily coronavirus briefing can be seen on a viewer below. Also below are recordings of most of the governor's other coronavirus daily briefings. The timing of each day's briefing is set that morning and is posted here. They are also broadcast live on WSKG radio. (TOP PLAYER ACTIVE ONLY DURING LIVE BRIEFING)
Video provided by the Office of the Governor of New York.
ROCHESTER, NY (WXXI) - The gradual reopening of the Rochester-Finger Lakes region necessitates a balancing act for the region’s oldest residents, say doctors who specialize in geriatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Mortality from COVID-19 increases with age.
SYRACUSE, NY (WRVO) - The international governmental body that helps regulate water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River has been reducing how much water is being released from the Lake through the Moses-Saunders Dam.
SYRACUSE, NY (WRVO) - Protests over police brutality and the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis are pushing ahead state and local legislation that has languished for years. There are 13 pieces of legislation in New York that the state Assembly’s Black and Latino caucus hopes to pass as soon as next week.
PA POST - Pennsylvania election officials in jurisdictions home to at least 5 million voters don’t expect to have unofficial results for the 2020 primary until the end of this week or, in some cases, next week. And some are warning that it could take even longer to count votes this fall unless steps are taken in the interim.
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