Here's whats coming up for your Tuesday morning on First News on 570!
6:13- Bill Zimpfer- The prosecution is wrapping up its case against Paul Manafort. What does the defense have in store? Could it simply rest its case? AND North and South Korea have announced plans for another summit as early as next month. What will be discussed? Has the rough patch between the U.S. and North Korea changed anything?
6:43- Federal lands Wildfire update
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:23- Whip the Weatherman- Rodney Carrington Tickets- Harrah's Cherokee Casino
7:43-Mid show Headline update
8:00-8:30 Todd Williams Buncombe County District Attorney (Bunco-ruption, Veteran's Treatment Court, etc...)
8:43- Kelley Klope AFD Towers to Tunnel Run
8:52- Professor Allan Saxe- Tuesday Primaries
Another round of primaries is set today. Voters will be casting ballots in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Vermont and Connecticut. The primaries set the table for November's midterm elections. There are several competitive House races in Minnesota, including the contest to replace retiring Democratic Congressman Rick Nolan. Former Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty wants to replace outgoing Democratic Governor Mark Dayton, but he'll have to get past a primary challenge from former state lawmaker Jeff Johnson. Three Democrats are in the primary race for governor of Minnesota. In Wisconsin, Republicans will choose a candidate to take on incumbent Democratic Senator Tammy Baldwin. There's also a competitive race to replace retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin's 1st congressional district. Connecticut voters will be choosing candidates to replace outgoing Democratic Governor Dan Malloy. In Vermont, Democrat Christine Hallquist aims to become the first transgender governor in the U.S. She'll have to get past three other Dems to secure a nod on the November ballot. Incumbent Republican Governor Phil Scott is facing a challenge from Vermont businessman Keith Stern