First News on 570 for Monday, November 12th 2018

 

6:13- Bill Zimpfer- Fires are raging in CA. What is the latest? 

6:43- World Headlines- South Korea, Austrailia, Topless Protesters in France for the President's visit and the Pope...its all coming up in World Headlines.

7:13- Ray Stagich WX

7:43- Michael Bower- President Trump was in Europe this weekend to meet with World Leaders as they mark the end of World War I. Meanwhile there are still undecided races from last week’s election and controversy over the acting Attorney General.

8:13- Trans Siberian Orchestra Tickets Giveaway- (PAIR) Tabloid Truth or Trash

8:24- ATTORNEY GENERAL LATEST: WHO IS ON THE SHORT LIST AND WILL THEY RECUSE THEMSELVES FROM THE RUSSIA INVESTIGATION?        FOX News Radio’s JON DECKER

8:43- AMERICA'S HOUSING CRISIS IS BREAKING YOUNG PEOPLE 

America's housing crisis has reached emergency levels. A person working full-time, paid minimum wage, cannot afford a two-bedroom apartment in any county in the country. In all but six states, even if minimum wage were $15, people would still have to work well over 40 hours a week to afford rent. Nearly half of all American renters spend over 30 percent of their income on housing. More than 12 million spend at least half their income on rent. Under these conditions, many of us live one emergency away from an eviction. Only one in five households that qualify for federal housing assistance receives it, leaving more of the nation's poor to rent from private landlords than ever before. The private rental market is inconsistently regulated and, in most markets, the demand for affordable housing far outpaces its supply.

Real Estate Expert with Open-door TYLER HIXSON 

8:52- HAS THE WAR ON DRUGS FAILED AGAIN?

There has never been a more dangerous time to be a drug user. The alphabet soup of substances now being illegally produced and sold across the world-from obscure research analogues and fake prescription pills to fentanyl and high strength ecstasy-has turned using drugs into a far more hazardous activity than ever before. This risk is multiplied the more inexperienced or disenfranchised the user is. Young people are vulnerable to overdosing because they are inexperienced, while people addicted to drugs such as heroin and other opiates contribute to a large number of global drug deaths. 

How do we combat drug abuse moving forward? Is there a right way to stop users and save them?

Addiction Expert DR. JOHN DYBEN

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