Rush Limbaugh will return to the airwaves on Wednesday, according to his syndicator, Premiere Radio Networks. The conservative talk host, heard in all 4 CNYRadio.com markets, had a brief scare last week when he was rushed to the hospital after complaining of chest pain.
According to All Access and several other sources, Limbaugh has since reported he did not have a heart attack, and in fact, doctors "found absolutely nothing wrong" with his heart.
All Access reports frequent guest host Mark Steyn will fill-in for Limbaugh once again tomorrow.
Limbaugh's show is heard locally on WSYR in Syracuse, WIBX in Utica, WTNY in Watertown and WHCU in Ithaca.
HONOLULU -- Reports say Rush Limbaugh is "resting comfortably" in a Hawaii hospital after "suffering chest pains" on vacation yesterday. Limbaugh's 3-hour daily show is carried by 600 stations nationwide including affiliates in all four markets covered by CNYRadio.com. Honolulu's KITV has more details.