Wednesday’s Morning Zone: Watchdog, Radiology and FBC Concert
7:07AM MDT: Watchdog on Wall Street, Chris Markowski is back with host Dave Chaffin to discuss today's Associated Press Report that says The richest Americans got richer during the first two years of the economic recovery while average net worth declined for the other 93 percent of U.S. households, says a report released Tuesday.The upper 7 percent of households owned 63 percent of the nation's total household wealth in 2011, up from 56 percent in 2009, said the report from the Pew Research Center, which analyzed new Census Bureau data released last month.The main reason for the widening wealth gap is that affluent households typically own stocks and other financial holdings that increased in value, while the less wealthy tend to have more of their assets in their homes, which haven't rebounded from the plunge in home prices.
7:37AM MDT: Open Lines...Your chance to talk about those things most important to you. Call the program at 1-888-503-6500 toll free, or locally at 307-632-6500 or 632-3323
8:07AM MDT: ASK-A-LOCAL-EXPERT, Cheyenne Radiology will be with Dave in studio. Cheyenne Radiology Group’s top priority is its patients. By performing comprehensive diagnostic imaging and providing definitive interpretation of the data and images obtained, the entire team at the full-service medical imaging center work together to give patients and their physicians information critical to timely healthcare decisions. A combination of advanced digital technology, highly trained and experienced staff enables Cheyenne Radiology Group to provide results quickly and confidently. Since 1952, over two million patients in Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska have chosen and trusted Cheyenne Radiology group to deliver timely, accurate results in and environment that emphasizes patient individuality convenience and dignity.
8:37AMM MDT: More Open Line time
9:07AM MDT: Worship Pastor, Kevin Urich from First Baptist Church joins Dave to talk about their upcoming concert at the church.