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Ted Price and his merry band of investment "experts" analyze the markets and try to predict the best opportunties for callers and listeners every Sunday at 1:30 on The Mighty 1290 and www.mighty1290koil.com. "Asking Price" is brought to you by Allies Limited, a local private equity firm. Allies Limited, "We Know The Way".
Clint Bellows talks Omaha and National issues with you every Sunday at Noon. Join Clint and his guests for commentary and exploration of topics that affect your life, your money and your future.
Sundays Noon to 1:00pm.
“It’s the Beat!” is a variety show that features interviews with national and local media stars with hosts Karen Sokolof Javitch and Jody Vinci. “It’s the Beat!”, Saturdays from 12:00 noon to 1:00pm on The Mighty 1290 KOIL and www.mighty1290koil.com . The show will also feature some of Karen's award winning music.
It's hockey time again. The Mighty 1290 KOIL has your tickets all season long for UNO Mavericks Hockey. To win just text Mavs and your name to 68255. You only need to enter once for the entire season. Then before each home game look for a text that tells you that you're a winner. Listen to UNO Maverick Hockey on our sister station 1180 Zone 2 The Deuce. See the season schedule here.
The Bellevue Police Memorial Fund is a combined effort between the Bellevue Police Department, the Bellevue Police Officer's Association and the Bellvue Police Community Foundation to generate funds to build a law enforcement memorial outside the new police facility. The Bellevue Police need your help to reach their fundraising goal of $200,000. To promote the fundraising effort, they have established a rewards program to give back to those who so graciously support their cause. Police are always there for us in our times of need and now it's your turn to be there for the Bellevue Police in their time of need. Click here to find out more.
A missing Malaysia Airliner carrying 229 people crashed off the southern coast of Vietnam, Vietnamese and Chinese state media reported Saturday, both citing Vietnam's military.
The plight of 239 souls aboard Malaysia Airlines' Flight MH37 remained unresolved Saturday, after the aircraft went missing somewhere between Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Beijing, China. Whatever happened, the ordeal raises sad memories of horrific airplane crashes that have cost thousands of lives in recent decades.
Vietnamese and Chinese state media say the airliner carrying 239 people has crashed, but Malaysia isn't confirming.
An upstate New York church is giving new meaning to the biblical passage, "My peace I give unto you."