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Today’s Morning Zone: Kids At Risk, Bullying and CRMC Urgent Care

7:07AM MST: Our Kids-AT-Risk panel will explore a new government study that suggests a lot of teenage girls are still clueless about their chances of getting pregnant. In a survey of thousands of teenage mothers who had unintended pregnancies, about a third who didn't use birth control said the reason was they didn't believe they could pregnant. Why they thought that is

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Kids At Risk Day On The Morning Zone: More on Youth Suicides Due to Bullying

Today in our Kids-At-Risk series, we will continue to explore some of the important facts and issues surrounding school bullying and suicide. Join host Dave Chaffin, child advocate attorney John Frentheway, licensed professional counselor Renee Hansen and Marvin Nash of Bullying Hurts and The Nash Foundation starting at 7:07AM MST today.

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State Superintendent Cindy Hill
State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Super Cindy Hill Monday on the Morning Zone

Today at 7:o7 AM MST on The Morning Zone, Frosty Wooldridge begins our discussion segments with his continuing discussion on the long term consequences of unchecked immigration and population. We'll review the details

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Alex Frye
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Friday Morning Zone: Dedicated to Alex Frye

The entire Cheyenne community is mourning the tragic death this week of 13 year old Carey Jr. High School student Alexander Frye. Family members have verified that Alex had been a long-term bullying victim at school and was filled with anxiety about going back to school after the holidays and having to face his tormentors again

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jamescridland, Flickr
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Drunk Driving, Feds Bully Pulpit, ADHD on the Morning Zone

7:07AM MST: licensed Professional Conselor Renee' Hansen and Child Advocate Attorney John Fretheway join us in our Kids At Risk Series to discuss a new U.S. government study out yesterday showing teens whose parents drink and drive are much more likely to do so themselves.

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Teens and Self-Harm, School Bullying and CRMC Air Ambulance Today on The Morning Zone

Friday on Thew Morning Zone:

7:07AM MST: Dave Chaffin, John Frentheway, Renee' Hanson, and Gary Freeman take up the discussion of one in 12 teens deliberately harming themselves during our Kids At Risk Series.

8:07AM MST: Marvin Nash from the Nash Foundation and Bullying Hurts Program will update us on several new stories in the news about school bullying and he will also comment on the information provided on the program yesterday by representatives of LCSD#1.

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Photo courtesy keepschoolssafe.gov
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Swearing on TV, Student Exploitation and CRMC on The Morning Zone[AUDIO]

Today at 7:07AM MDT on our Kids-At -Risk series on The Morning Zone, Dave Chaffin and John Frentheway discuss a new study that shows middle-school kids who hear swear words on TV or in video games may act more aggressively toward their peers, physically or otherwise, a small study suggests.The findings, published in the journal Pediatrics, add to the controversial question of whether media violence and aggression -- and now, aggressive words -- actually affect kids' behavior.

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Dr. Martgaret Cochran
Dr. Martgaret Cochran
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Today on The Morning Zone[Audio]

Join us in The Morning Zone starting at 7:07AM MDT as DAVID SWANSON guests,
Swanson is one of the organizers of the anti-war and corporate power protests in D.C. now in Freedom Plaza. Today's protests include

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Wyoming Kids Count on Juvenille System and The GLBT Bullying in The Morning Zone[Audio]

When youths act up, a new report says, incarcerating them up is the wrong thing to do in most cases - and yet Wyoming locks them up at the highest rate in the nation.

The report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation provides evidence - based on decades of research along with new data - that putting youths behind bars doesn't keep them from committing crimes later

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Teacher/ columnist and education activist Donna Garner
Teacher/ columnist and education activist Donna Garner
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Today Kids At Risk On The Morning Zone [Audio]

Catch our Kids-At-Risk Series today in The Morning Zone. At 7:07, John Frentheway, Renee Hansen and Gary Freeman join us to discuss dangerous new guidelines being developed here in the U.S. Children who are merely shy or sad are at risk of being diagnosed with mental disorders and given powerful drugs

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