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 isn't clear. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey didn't ask teens to explain.

8:07AM MST: Once again, Marvin Nash from the Bullying Hurts Program will join us as we continue our series on the major problem of school bullying, and we'll discuss a recent article by former guest, education activist and columnist Donna Garner, in which she says, "What we need to do is to alert parents to this bullying tactic being used by Obama and Arne Duncan. Then we need to contact our Congressmen and tell them that we want Kline’s proposals passed so that decisions over public schools can be moved away from the U. S. Dept. of Education and back to the local states and school districts.

9:07 AM MST: C.E.O. of Cheyenne Regional medical Center returns and today, to talk about the development of urgent care centers in Cheyenne. He plans to bring Dr. Daniel Surdam with him. Dr. Surdam is the medical director of our emergency department and is familiar with the management of urgent care centers.