Chet Buchanan is the host and creator of 98.5 KLUC’s Chet Buchanan and the Morning Zoo! Since it’s inception in 1999 it has consistently been one of the highest rated and most beloved radio shows in Las Vegas. In addition to anchoring the morning show, which he was named “Best of Las Vegas” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal for, Chet can be seen just about everywhere in Las Vegas.
Many Las Vegans know Chet from his work on the court at UNLV Runnin’ Rebel Basketball games, appearing as a frequent contributor on Fox 5’s “More at Four,” or holding down a packed schedule hosting multiple corporate, civic, and charity events.
Chet is also the brains behind the annual Chet Buchanan and the Morning Zoo Toy Drive, where he lives and broadcasts live on top of 30 foot scaffolding for 12 days straight to raise toys for thousands of Las Vegas children. Since it’s inception, the 98.5 KLUC Chet Buchanan and the Morning Zoo Toy Drive has grown to become recognized as “The World’s Largest Single Location Toy Drive” and in 2010 filled (14) 50 foot semi trailers, as well as collecting over 2,000 bicycles, and raising over $145,000 in gift cards.
A South Korean fighter fighter named Choi Kil-Soo had only been working for 2 months when the station got a call about a burning apartment complex. While trying to get everyone out of the building, Choi, along with five other people, were trapped by the fire. Choi helped those five people escape from the window by blocking the flame with his Back! Choi didn’t leave until everyone was safely out of the building… It’s Today’s “Good Feeling Story of the Day”
Neil deGrasse Tyson is now one of the most famous astrophysicists in the world. Turns out he’s also a fantastic DANCER . . . and won a gold medal at a dance meet in 1985 doing Latin ballroom for the University of Texas dance team.
At thirteen years old Sean Swarner was diagnosed with final stage four Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and at age sixteen doctors gave him 14 days to live. Where is he today? Swarner is now a two time cancer survivor, he has already finished the extremely difficult 7-Summit Tour by climbing the highest mountain peaks on each of the seven continents, and… he only has 1 working lung! Now he wants to be the first cancer survivor to ever complete the Explorers Grand Slam, which requires a demanding trip to both poles and an Arctic hike to the North Pole. It’s Today’s “Good Feeling Story of the Day”
Have you have left an article of clothing or jewelry at a partners house after sex? Maybe your boyfriend left his favorite hoodie at your house? Kayla once left an expensive watch at an ex’s house but she didn’t like the guy enough to call him back so he kept it! What’s your “Screw-Venier?”
Pez candies get their name from the German word Pfefferminz, which means peppermint . . . since that was the original flavor.
Tom McCay is an older gentleman who was taking a flight from Atlanta to Houston. On his flight, Tom had fallen ill and passed! The flight attendant asked if there were any doctors on board the plane. It just to happens there wasn’t just one doctor on the flight… there were 20! It’s Today’s “Good Feeling Story of the Day”
Here are some random facts for you… Former presidents get free postage for life. All of the materials in the human body, including things like bone marrow, DNA, antibodies, and organs, are worth a total […]
An 89 year old women in New Jersey who walks with two canes was walking in the middle of railroad tracks when the crossing arms lowered, indicating that the train was on its way… thankfully, there were good samaritans willing to risk their lives to save her… It’s Today’s “Good Feeling Story of the Day”
Finally, after an extensive 2 week long investigation and thank’s to our P1 listeners, we found the dress!
Bill Nye “The Science Guy” doesn’t have any degrees in any of the traditional science fields . . . he graduated from Cornell University in 1977 with a degree in mechanical engineering.