HOLY SMOKES ITS COLD OUTSIDE THIS MORNING!!!
Ray Stagich never said anything about snow yesterday and yet here we are on Wednesday morning with a good portion of the ground covered! We'll give him some hell about it this morning. Here's what's coming up on today's edition of First News on 570!
6:13- Bill Zimpfer- President Trump is again talking tough on trade with China. What he's saying now could hit Americans directly in the wallet, and in their 401’K. What is the President saying, and how might it affect us all?
6:43- Dr Carl Brown- Wellness Management- CRUD MANAGEMENT How to manage the cough that never seems to go away once you get that first cold of the season!
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:43- Michael Bower- The Mississippi run off vote wrapped up last night. What do we know today? Who won and who lost? Michael Bower will have more on how close the race was and what voters had to say?
8:13- CHICAGO LAQUAN MCDONALD TRIAL UNDERWAY
FOX News Radio’s JEFF MONOSSO
8:23- Todd Williams Legal Eagle-
Alvin William Wilson will spend at least the next 32 years in prison after pleading guilty to the charge of Second Degree Murder in the killing of Tina Marie Knighten on March 24th earlier this year. “This tragic case is the first homicide to be disposed pursuant to the coordinated community response efforts embodied in the Buncombe County Family Justice Center. Intimate partner violence must cease and the District Attorney’s Office will continue to support victim-focused collaboration that leads to swift and sure justice,” District Attorney Todd Williams said. Judge Marvin P. Pope sentenced Wilson to serve an active prison term of 385 months minimum to 474 months maximum in the North Carolina Division of Adult Corrections.
On March 24th, Asheville Police responded to a call of a possible suicide attempt at 2:43 a.m. on Walton Street. Wilson was found trying to harm himself by overdosing on prescription drugs. He was transported to Mission Hospital for treatment.Wilson told officers at the scene that he killed his girlfriend, Tina Marie Knighten. Law enforcment recovered two knives from Wilson. One was covered in blood. Officers later found the 62-year-old victim dead in her home on Bartlett Street. The cause of death was “multiple sharp force injuries” including “41 incised/stab wounds” per the NC medical examiner.
The Buncombe County Family Justice Center opened in August 2016.
8:43- Three Dog Night Ticket Drop
8:52- The Dreadlines- Today's headlines with a twist!