The Todd and Don Blog
Sick Leave, Snapchat, and Presidential Portrait | February 13th, 2018
Feb. 13, 2018
Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Hour one of the Todd and Don Show:
- Ken Cassady say it is harder to catch Drunk Drivers because we have fewer officers on the force and fewer cruisers on the road.
- Rob Reiner made waves at the African American Film Critics Association Awards after comparing the Trump administration to the last battle of the Civil War.
- Two 17-year-olds have been accused of sharing intimate photos of fellow students on a Snapchat Group BHS-Exposed.
Hour two of the Todd and Don Show:
- Paul Workman stops by to explain how the city of Austin is holding back business owners.
- Albuquerque resident Christopher Giles drove 11 hours to break into YouTube stars Gavin Free and Megan Turney's Austin home with the intent to harm the online celebrities.
- Interm Police Chief Brian Manley stops by to discuss the biggest problems facing the Austin Police Department.
Hour three of the Todd and Don Show:
- The official portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama were unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery.
- Ellen Wood of the Austin Chamber of Commerce discusses the proposed Austin sick leave ordinance.
- Barnes & Noble confirms it will lay off store employees nationwide after a poor holiday season.