The WEOL Morning Show

Wednesday, 5/3/2017

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

7:20am – The American Lung Association’s State of the Air Report shows which cities in the United States are the most polluted. Find out where Cleveland falls on the list with spokesperson Janice Nolan.

7:40amMichael Haggen, Chief Academic Officer of Scholastic Education, spoke to us this morning about the state literacy in America.

8:10am – You teenager maybe stressed, and it isn’t because they are week. Dr. Michael J. Bradley, psychologist, explained the stresses that the modern teenager faces.

8:40am – HGTV’s Chip Wade, joined us this morning for tips on preparing your home and garden for the the summer.


Tuesday, 5/2/2017

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

8:10am – The United Way of Greater Lorain County’s Bailey Kushner and Horizon Education Centers Nicolle Bellmore-Pierse talked about the Ready Set Go collaborative and everything thing coming up this summer for they United Way.

Monday, 5/1/2017

Monday, May 1st, 2017

7:20am – A look back at the Indians weekend with the Tribe’s VP of Communications, Bob DiBiasio.

8:20am – Get ready for tomorrows Pizza Challange at Nick Abraham Elyria Ford, with the Sunrise Rotary’s Tony Gallo and Frank Whitfield

8:40am – How did the Browns do in this years draft? We look back on it with the Brown’s beat writer from the Chronicle Telegram Scott Petrak.

Friday, 4/28/2017

Friday, April 28th, 2017

8:10am – On Monday, the Elyria City Schools will host “America’s Invisible Thief” a program about addiction to drugs. This morning Denise Blat of the Elyria Schools joined us to talk about the program and the importance of the subject.

8:40am – The Chronicle Telegram’s Scott Petrak joined us to break down the Browns first day of the NFL draft.