First News on 570 for Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

 

6:13- Bill Zimpfer- Both Democrats and Republicans are honoring the memory of the 41st President of the United States.  Bill Zimpfer will take a look at the legacy of George H.W. Bush, and his place in history. 

6:43- Dr Carly Brown Wellness Wednesday- Savings to be found in a healthcare disaster

7:13- Ray Stagich WX

7:43- Michael Bower- The state funeral for former President George Bush gets underway Wednesday morning at the National Cathedral in Washington. Michael Bower will have the latest on who is expected to attend and the national day of mourning.

8:13- Senators convinced Saudi Crown Prince ordered murder of Jamal Kashoggi

8:23- Todd Williams Legal Eagle

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER TAPES STUDENT TO A CHAIR WHEN HE WOULDN’T RETURN TO HIS SEAT

A long-term substitute teacher at an Anne Arundel County Public School is no longer at the school after she was reported by a parent for taping a student to a chair.  The substitute teacher was reportedly in the classroom when she remarked to a student that if he did not return to his seat, she would tape him. When the student found the remark funny, the teacher did just that.  After the school learned of the incident from a parent Wednesday night, police were notified. The teacher was also not in school Thursday and will not be placed in any school at this time.

8:43- Christmas Tree Giveaway

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