WEEKEND PROGRAMMING

Crash Davis

 

Crash Davis Outdoors is on 1290 KOIL every Saturday at 7:05 am.

It is Crash’s unique take on the outdoors, hunting, fishing, camping, boating and cooking.

Special guests, commentary and everything you need to know.

Retire Smart
Saturdays 8:00am-9am

Catch Retire SMART Omaha Saturdays at 8am on Newstalk 1290 KOIL when hosts David Brooks and Retirement News Network’s Ben Bauman cut through the jargon and misconceptions surrounding retirement to give you the facts you need to help achieve your comfortable retirement. You’ll get up-to-date on economic trends that could affect your retirement income strategy, options for optimizing your assets, key missteps to avoid, effective ways to help you prepare for your ideal retirement and more! Don’t allow yourself to be overwhelmed or confused by all the information out there. If you’re in or nearing retirement, tune into Retire SMART Omaha Saturdays 8am on Newstalk 1290 KOIL. Let David guide you on the path toward your ideal retirement. By contacting us you may speak with an insurance-licensed agent and be offered insurance and/or investment products for sale.

Omaha’s Real Estate Hour


Omaha’s Real Estate Hour

Saturdays 11:00am-12pm

Mike Pettid – Realtor for 12 years helping over 550 families have successful moves. Over 140 new construction builds. Doug Donaldson – Realtor for 12 years, Construction, Sales, Investment property background

TJ Bell


TJ’s House Party

Saturdays 1:00-2:00pm

Listen to TJ’s House Party for the best tips and advice on how to best market your home for sale. T.J. Bell can also help you find the home of your dreams. Visit tjsoldit.com or call him at 402-312-5129.

Kim Komando


The Kim Komando Show

Saturdays 3:00pm – 6:00pm

My 3-hour show is jam-packed with over 35 different tips, security alerts, insider secrets and everything you need to know to stay up-to-date in the digital world. I share the latest gadgets out on the market, breaking tech news and how they impact your life, money tips to make the most out of your earned money, and privacy tips to help you stay safe and secure when you’re online. And the show isn’t complete without my callers! Every hour I answer their questions about everything digital from online addiction to how to select the best way to share videos and photos in an ever-changing world of technology. Don’t miss a single show. You can watch me or listen to my show anytime at your leisure.

Coronavirus live updates: Need to prepare for ‘battle’ at the apex, Cuomo says

jarun011/iStock(NEW YORK) — A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has infected more than 823,000 people around the world.Over 174,000 of those patients have recovered from the the new respiratory virus, which causes an illness known officially as COVID-19.More than 40,000 people across the globe have died, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems…read more »

EMS on the front lines dealing with ‘madness,’ sleeping in their cars to avoid infecting their families

Marco_Piunti/iStock(NEW YORK) — Emergency medical service workers in Queens, New York, described living and working in what amounts to a “war zone” as they seek to help residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.”We have thousands of people that are sick. Thousands that are dying,” Oren Barzilay, president of FDNY-EMS Local 2507, told ABC News on Tuesday.…read more »

Las Vegas homeless placed in outdoor parking lot as ‘temporary shelter’

iStock/f11photo(LAS VEGAS) — As many Americans are told to shelter at home during the coronavirus pandemic, a striking image showing Las Vegas’ homeless lying on the ground of an outdoor parking lot designated as a “temporary shelter” has drawn swift criticism online.The photo shows several homeless people outside the city’s multi-use Cashman Center, positioned inside…read more »

With families quarantined together, some police fear rise in domestic violence

iStock/demaerre(NEW YORK) — With countless American families cooped up together amid stay-at-home orders for the coronavirus pandemic, some law enforcement officials said they fear an unintended consequence of long-term, close-quarters living: a potential rise in domestic violence incidents.So far there has been only a slight uptick in domestic violence calls to police, according to Steve…read more »