The First Day of May on the WSGW Wednesday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..

From the National Weather Servic:   Wet Weather today through Friday






After the 6:30 news, Charlie brought up story with Dave and Pat related to the National Parks in the state of Michigan, and did you know, there are seven sites served by the National Park Service in the state?!?!   Charlie and Dave and Pat didn’t know (runs 6:17)…..

From Pure Michigan, the Seven National Park sites in the state

After the 8:30 news, an update on the story of National Parks in Michigan, and where the headquarters of one are located (runs 2:52)…..

Here is the story that started the conversation…..

Man completes road trip to all 419 U.S. National Park Service sites




After the 7:30 news, Charlie and Dave and Pat talk about the New WSGW OnLine Poll for YOU (runs

New WSGW OnLine Poll for YOU…..




Charlie, Dave, Pat, and Art with a story of “common sense”…..

Here’s a link to the story referenced

Arizona sheriff's department posts a warning about hikers with inadequate footwear. (Photo: Facebook)

(Photo:   Facebook)




THIS SUNDAY, it’s “Run Like and Animal” with the Saginaw Children’s Zoo and Catholic Federal Credit Union.

  • On Wednesday, hear more about the event when Pat Johnston is at Catholic Federal Credit Union on Washington in Saginaw, and he has updates between 10am-Noon on 100.5 NewsRadio WSGW
  • On Friday, hear more about the event when Art Lewis is at Catholic Federal Credit Union on State Street , with his broadcast starting at 9am and joined by Ann Williams on Listen to the Mrs., 10-11am.




Peabo Bryson has heart attack…..

NEW YORK (AP) – Peabo Bryson is in stable condition after a mild heart attack.

His representative says Bryson suffered the heart attack Saturday morning.   His rep says both doctors and Bryson’s family are “optimistic for a speedy recovery.”

Bryson has a full slate of concert dates scheduled for this year, with his next one set for Friday in Akron, Ohio.

Bryson is 68 and is known for the hits “Beauty & the Beast” with Regina Belle, “If You’re Ever in My Arms Again” and “Tonight I Celebrate My Love” with Roberta Flack.





Did she at least get to keep the honey?

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona woman is recovering from more than 20 bee stings after heavy winds blew a hive off a tree and it landed on her head.

Firefighters in the Phoenix suburb of Tempe say it happened Monday afternoon as the woman picked up her child from daycare.

Assistant Chief Andrea Glass says the woman happened to be walking under the tree where the hive was when wind blew it off.

The National Weather Service says wind gusts around metro Phoenix reached 45 mph (72 kph).

Glass says the woman was stung 20 to 30 times on and around her head.

She was evaluated and opted to have her husband drive her to a hospital.

Firefighters sprayed the hive with foam because of its proximity to the daycare and a school.




Wake Up Song of the Day:   Judy Collins “Send in the Clowns“.   Judy is 80.

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