WSGW Morning Team Show:   April 30, 2020  (Thursday)

It’s the WSGW Thursday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..   (Pat from his Alma Bureau this morning)


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Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     An explanation offered pertaining to an official count of “coronavirus recovered” cases  (runs 3:25)…..







Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art and YOU:     An update on the question of what to do with stimulus checks given to dead people (runs 3:25)






Police may be limiting traffic stops, BUT you won’t be ignored if you are doing this…..

Michigan State Police ticketed a driver for going 110 mph over the speed limit earlier this month.

Police stopped the driver on southbound I-75 — a 70 mph highway — about 11:45 pm.   April 19 near Sigler Road in Monroe County’s Berlin Township, said MSP First District Lt. Brian Oleksyk.

It’s just one example of an increase in high-speed driving amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, Oleksyk said.   Still, in more than 19 years of work, the fastest speedster he’s seen went about 130 or 137 mph.

Though police are limiting traffic stops right now out of concern for the spread of COVID-19, troopers are forced to make a stop when someone goes that fast, Oleksyk said.





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For 2020 High School Grads

We have a Local opportunity to Honor YOU and an update on National recognitions for YOU


Locally, Add Your Grad…..

NEW YORK (AP) – Do you remember who spoke at your graduation ceremony?   This year seniors will lose the experience of sitting with their fellow students waiting to turn their tassels because of the coronavirus pandemic.   But they will have the experience of having some of the top names in the celebrity world speaking at their commencement exercises.

That’s because Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Garner, Lil Nas X and Simone Biles will take part in a huge, virtual graduation ceremony.   #Graduation2020 is set for May 15, and will stream on Facebook and Instagram.


NEW YORK (AP) – LeBron James is looking to score some points with high school students missing out on their graduations because of the coronavirus.   The NBA star is setting up an all-star event for next month.

It’s a one-hour special titled “Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class of 2020.”

It will be on the four major TV networks, and many online platforms, on May 16.   Among the musical acts involved will be Pharrell Williams, Bad Bunny, the Jonas Brothers and H.E.R.










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Wake Up Song of the Day:    Willie Nelson “On the Road Again“.   Willie is 87 today.


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