WEOL Morning Show

Weekdays 7 – 9 AM

Bruce Van Dyke and Craig Adams get your day going with live local news, weather with Jon Loufman,  sports, traffic, prizes and quirky stories from around the globe. Interviews are podcast below.

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8/11/22 7:20 John Telich returned to talk some Cleveland Browns football with Rocco Nuosci for this week’s Budweiser’s From the Sidelines, presented by North Ridgeville Convenient Sunoco on Center Ridge and Barton Roads. Commissioner Roger Goodell is pushing for a full-season suspension for quarterback Deshaun Watson, and J.T. tells us how the team can navigate without him. Plus, the guys talk about some players who continue to turn heads this summer, including cornerback Greg Newsome. (19:49)

8/11/22 7:40 We’re almost back to school! Fall semester is right around the corner at Lorain County Community College. Vice President Tracy Green stopped by to talk about the affordable options LCCC provides for prospective fall students in addition to a number of programs that will help students prepare for their professional career. (8:28)

8/11/22 8:10 The Guardians are in first place! Our Cleveland Guardians are in control of the AL Central, and broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus returned to the Morning Show to discuss how the Guards can sustain this second-half success to make a playoff push! (4:47)

8/11/22 8:40 We have a speaker for the 2022 Lorain County Chamber of Commerce New Teacher Luncheon… it’s 2022 National Teacher of the Year Kurt Russell! Chamber President Tony Gallo chatted with the guys over the excitement for Mr. Russell coming to speak about creating and supporting a skilled, globally competitive and highly productive workforce for Lorain County. (13:54)


8/10/22 7:20 The Chronicle-Telegram’s Dave O’Brien joined Rocco Nuosci for this week’s Local Beat, presented by Vandemark Jewelers on East Broad Street in Elyria, a trusted name in jewelry. This week, the guys recapped Monday’s meeting with the Lorain Schools Board of Education as they stood in opposition of “divisive concept” bills moving through the Ohio Statehouse. Plus, it looks like “Sherman’s Monument” will return to LaGrange after being destroyed earlier this summer. However, that may take some time… (11:18)

8/10/22 7:40 Argh, matey! Walk the plank! We learned all about pirates on the Great Lakes today with Christopher Gillcrist, director of the National Museum of the Great Lakes. No parrots or peg legs included, but we did get a healthy dose of thievery, mutiny and other unsavory tales. (16:10)

8/10/22 8:20 Going on a trip this fall? Navigate the autumn travel season safely with these savvy tips on how to make your trip more rewarding! Travel Journalist Stephanie Oswald stopped by to share how to spend smartly and make the most of your credit card’s travel rewards program. (6:49)

8/10/22 8:40 BrewFest Waterfront District is back at the Black River Landing in Lorain! The fun starts at 1pm this Saturday, August 13th, and goes until 6pm! Chairman Howard Ross joined the guys to talk about the event, the selection of brews, plus all the music and games that everyone in the family can enjoy! (12:56)


8/9/22 7:20 Golf pro and TV host Jimmy Hanlin caught up with our own Craig Adams from the 32nd annual Jack Nicklaus Scholarship Golf Benefit at the Elyria Country Club, presented by The Lorain County Community College Foundation. (5:08)

8/9/22 7:40 This just in! Dr. Drew Pinsky, renowned doctor and addiction specialist, will be the Keynote Speaker at the LCADA Way Annual Benefit and Recognition Gala. LCADA Way’s Director of Marketing Joe Matuscak joined the guys to talk about the event and the group’s continued fight in helping those dealing with drug, alcohol, and gambling addiction and wellness. (11:21)

8/9/22 8:10 It’s almost time for the North Ridgeville Corn Festival! WEOL will be there once again this year, and here to help us get ready for some “maize madness” was festival president John Butkowski! (7:52)

8/9/22 8:40 What’s better than something on sale? Well, something that’s free of course! Coupon queen Rachel Krych of Couponing with Rachel returned to share her insights in her latest weekly column in the Chronicle-Telegram. This week is all about stocking up on those essential items when they’re free via coupons, including personal health items like deodorant and toothpaste. Plus, for the sweet tooth of the house, Rachel has the latest candy deals as well! Our chat with Rachel was brought to you by the Lorain Public Library System. (12:36)


8/8/22 7:20 Our Cleveland Guardians are still just one game back of first! But, there were plenty of roster moves to discuss with Guardians Senior VP of Public Affairs Bob DiBiasio, including Franmil Reyes being designated for assignment. (9:52)

8/8/22 7:40 Lorain County Probate Judge James Walther joined the guys on the Morning Show to talk about his role as Probate Judge and some of the things he’s seen and heard over the years. In addition to some interesting court stories, Judge Walther shared his involvement with the Lorain County Veterans Treatment Court. (20:26)


8/5/22 8:40 We learned during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s hearings about the rite of passage known as Beach Week, where graduating seniors hit up beaches for parties both public and private. How could money and privilege affect the outcome of a tragedy after a group of friends goes into the ocean, but one never comes out again? What if one of those friends became a mom, and then the tragedy repeated itself 25 years later with one of her daughter’s friends? That’s the scenario former police reporter turned bestselling author Aggie Thompson laid out in her newest book, ALL THE DIRTY SECRETS. Aggie joined the WEOL Morning Show to talk about using her background in criminal justice to start a writing career and her inspiration for her latest work. (6:58)


8/4/22 7:20 It’s the return of John Telich on Budweiser’s From the Sidelines, presented by North Ridgeville Convenient Sunoco on Center Ridge and Barton Roads. John joined Rocco Nuosci as the guy’s talk about the announcement of the six-game suspension for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson. Plus, John mentioned some key position groups that will keep the team afloat until Watson returns. (18:17)

8/4/22 7:40 Ashley Branson (School Health Program Manager) and Kat Solove (Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Program Manager at Lorain County Public Health) stopped by with some back-to-school topics on their minds! Ashley went over routine vaccines that keep children healthy in school along with the role of school nurses. Kat brought up other ways in which we could keep kids healthy, including cracking down on vaping and e-cigarettes. (10:34)

8/4/22 8:10 It’s Rosey time on WEOL with Cleveland Guardians Radio Network broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus! Sitting just a game back of first, Rosey joined the guys to talk about how the Guards can keep the pressure on in the divisional race as they welcome in Houston for a four-game weekend series. (7:12)

8/4/22 8:40 U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown made an appearance on the Morning Show to discuss a couple of pieces of legislation. First, the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring Our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022, which Senator Brown is seeking immediate passage of to expand VA health care. The Senator also shared his support for the CHIPS Act of 2022, which will support and grow domestic supply chains, invest in Ohio manufacturing jobs, and reduce costs for Americans by reversing decades of offshoring American manufacturing. (4:49)


8/3/22 7:20 Dave O’Brien from The Chronicle-Telegram joined Rocco Nuosci for this week’s Local Beat, presented by Vandemark Jewelers on East Broad Street in Elyria, a trusted name in jewelry! This week, the guys talked about this week’s special August primary and some of the key races. Plus, Dave shares his research on his piece regarding the resignation of an Elyria police officer who was caught in an on-duty affair. (8:56)

8/3/22 8:10 We caught up with Colleen Walts, the Marketing and Engagement Director at the United Way of Greater Lorain County. Colleen shared the results from their “Together on Ten” and “Fill the Bus” fundraiser campaigns! She also talked about upcoming volunteer opportunities and different ways folks in the community can get involved with the United Way. (7:02)