News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | October 12

Chris discussed Al Gore returning to campaign for Hillary Clinton, Lane Johnson’s suspension being upheld by the NFL, and McDonald’s shelving Ronald McDonald. He talked with Philadelphia police inspector Tony Boyle about the Marine Corp Law Enforcement Foundation’s annual gala at Sugar House Casino this weekend and Philadelphia Magazine’s Victor Fiorillo to follow up on the Wheely Wheely Good food truck.

6:00 Al Gore said voting really matters at a campaign rally for Hillary Clinton.

6:19 Lane Johnson’s ten game suspension was upheld and began yesterday.

6:35 What’s Trending: Ken Bone, Billy Bush

6:50 Philadelphia Health Department declares war on smoking.

6:54 The Philadelphia GOP has hired the Wheely Wheely Good food truck to cater their next event.

7:00 Chris talks with Philadelphia police inspector Tony Boyle about the Marine Corp Law Enforcement Foundation’s annual gala at Sugar House Casino this weekend.

7:19 Glenn Beck says the moral decision is not to vote for Donald Trump.

7:49 McDonald’s is not sending Ronald McDonald to any events because of the creepy clown phenomenon.

7:52 Chris welcomes the Piazza Pet of the Week into the studio. If you’d like to adopt a pet, check out cbsphilly.com/piazzapet.

8:00 Chris talks with Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine to follow up on the Wheely Wheely Good food truck.

8:28 Philly.com: Toomey refuses to rule out supporting Trump for President.

8:35 What’s Trending: Kim Kardashian, Drake, Rihanna, Rod Stewart, Colin Kaepernick, Dak Prescott,

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