6:13- Bill Zimpfer- The Olympic Games are over. What were the highs and lows for the U.S.? Meanwhile, is North Korea's charm offensive over?
6:43- Who's Covering What?- The top stories from the big networks and newspapers-
ABC News- Trump aide’s 'very favorable' plea deal ramps up pressure on Manafort, experts say
CBS News- What a chemical attack in Syria looks like
NBC News- Ivanka Trump: Arming teachers 'needs to be discussed'
FOX News- Oakland mayor ramps up tensions with feds by warning of ICE raid in advance
CNN News- 5 things Congress could do about guns.
New York Times- China’s Plan to End Term Limit Would Allow Xi to Stay in Power
Washington Post- European allies scramble to satisfy Iran nuclear deal’s critic in chief
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:23- FLORIDA LAWMAKERS CALL FOR SUSPENSION OF BROWARD COUNTY SHERIFF AFTER HE DRFENDS HIS "amazing leadership"FOX News Radio’s TONYA J. POWERS
7:43- Sharon Reid-Congress returns to Washington with gun rights taking a front seat. Meanwhile what is the latest with the Russian investigation?
8:13- ARMED OFFICER ON THE FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS DID NOTHING TO STOP THE SHOOTER
The Florida high school where a former student shot and killed 17 people with an assault-type rifle is reopening for teachers as the community grappled with word that the armed officer on campus did nothing to stop the shooter. That failure, plus reports of a delay in security camera footage scanned by responding police and several records indicating the 19-year-old suspect displayed behavioral troubles for years added to what the Florida House speaker described as an "abject breakdown at all levels." The school resource officer on Feb. 14 took up a position viewing the western entrance of that building for more than four minutes after the shooting started, but "he never went in," Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said at a news conference. The shooting lasted about six minutes. The officer, Scot Peterson, was suspended without pay and placed under investigation, then chose to resign, Israel said. When asked what Peterson should have done, Israel said the deputy should have "went in, addressed the killer, killed the killer." Anyone who puts on a badge knows they're taking an oath to run towards gunfire.Former Secret Service Special Agent In Charge // National Security expert with more than 28 years of providing strategic and tactical leadership ROBERT CALTABIANO
8:23- SoCon Ticket Giveaway
8:43- Casey Swaney AC-T
8:52- Monday morning wrap up