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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Monday, 6/18/2018

7:20am – The Indians Bob DiBiasio discusses the weekend series with the Twins and what’s coming up at Progressive Field. 7:28

Friday, 6/15/18

7:50am – Award winning International travel expert and Editor-In-Chief of TravelGirl Magazine, Stephanie Oswald  gives us tips for summer travel. 9:21

8:10am – Before becoming a successful businessman, Terry Beard had to over come his fear of public speaking. Learn how he did it, and how he is helping other in his new book Squelched: Succeeding n Business and Life by Finding Your Voice. 11:15

Thursday, 6/14/2018

7:40am Dick Cantwell, a three-time winner of Brewpub of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival and the renowned brewer, shares his insights on the surging popularity of craft beers in his new book, Brewing Eclectic IPA: Pushing the Boundaries of India Pale Ale. 7:55

7:55am – Before his news conference, Senator Sherrod Brown spoke on the morning show about the Agriculture Committee’s newly released bipartisan Farm Bill to support Ohio farmers, protect Lake Erie, and help feed hungry families. 4:52

8:10amTerry Stone and Dave Noren of the Lorain County Veterans Services discus the the birthday of both the US Flad and the nations Army. 12:56

8:40am – Make sure you are prepared for retirement with money expert Jean Chatzky4:32

Wednesday, 6/13/18

7:20am – A new study shows the effects of Bengin Prostatic Hyperplasia are extending to the other side of the bed. Urologist, Dr. David Sussman and Ron Diamore, actual patient, discuss how BPH can be treated and help prevent sleepless nights for both you and your partner. 4:49

8:10am – June is Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month. This morning Dr. Tahseen Mozaffar and Nancy Law, CEO of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation spoke about the rare disease. 8:23

 

Tuesday, 6/12/18

7:50am – Nearly 19 million Americans used prescription drugs, such as pain relievers, tranquilizers and stimulants, non-medically in the past year and 64,000 lives a year are lost to the opioid epidemic. This morning Pharmacist Joe Adams spoke about losing his son to addiction along with Jeanne Waggener from the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.  8:47

8:10amJanine Trottier and Erin Murphy of Lorain County Public Health spoke about the upcoming Emergency Preparedness Exercise being held at Lorain County Communiyt College on July 12. 11:24

8:40am – the Red Cross is launching the Missing Types Campaign to illustrated the need for new blood donors to ensure lifesaving blood is available for patients, spokesman Chris Hrouda tells us more about the campaign. 9:29

Monday, 6/11/2018

7:20am – Corey Kluber pitches a gem and the Tribe pick up 2-of-3 against the Tigers over the weekend. The Tribe’s Bob DiBiasio helps us cover it all 7:33

Thursday, 6/7/2018

7:40am – Katie Bevan and Scott Pozna of Lorain County Public Health joined us to talk Ticks, Mosquito, the Buddy Program and emergence preparedness. 17:49