First News on 570 for Wednesday, January 30th, 2019


6:13- Bill Zimpfer- Protests are expected on the streets of Venezuela again as competing governments struggle for power. Could the U.S. actually send troops to Colombia, and what two countries are planning a combined effort to support Nicolas Maduro?

6:43- Dr Carly Brown Wellness Wednesday- Allergies and the labeling of foods

7:13- Ray Stagich WX

7:43- Michael Bowers- As the next deadline approaches for a government shutdown, who is pressing the President to stand his ground on the border wall and what does that mean for his approval ratings? Meanwhile there are new books out about the Trump White House as the Mueller investigation may be winding down.

8:13- Professor Alan Saxe- Who stands to lose the most votes if a candidate decides to run as an Independent? (Howard Schultz Former CEO Starbucks)

8:23- Todd Williams Buncombe County DA- Legal Briefs

8:43- Polar vortex gripping large swath of country: wind chills down to negative 60!!! - FOX News Radio’s JEFF MONOSSO

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