The Cleveland National Air Show’s Tom Serago gave us a preview of this weekend’s high flying event.
The Dover Players new production, “Without a Clue” opens up this weekend. Writer and director Breianne Saylor was on The Morning Show to tell us all about the murder mystery.
September is Hunger Action Month. Today on the Morning Show, Susan Bartosch from Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio talked to us about their initiative to help end hunger.
Rick Simmons is gearing up for the Northcoast 24 Hour Endurance Run here in Cleveland. Today he stopped by the morning show to talk about how one prepares for the day long race.
The United way of Greater Lorain County is teaming up with the Horizon Education Center for the Ready Set Go Community Collaborative. The United Way’s Bill Harper and Horizon Education Center’s Nicolle Bellmore-Pierse told us why the two charities are teaming up for this cause.
A graduated of the Cleveland Institute of Art and now a top interior designer for Sherwin-Williams, Sue Wadden stopped by The Morning Show today to give us some low coast DIY tips that will make big changes to your home.
The Indians picked up five wins in a row last week. Tribe VP Bob DiBiasio gave us his take on the red hot Indians.
The Browns picked up their first preseason win of the year Saturday night against Tampa Bay. The Chronicles’ Scott Petrak talked to Bruce and Craig today about how the Browns were able to pull out the victory.
As students embark on a new school year they may find it difficult to maintain good health practices. On The Morning Show, Dr. Donald Hensrud, medical director for Mayo Clinic’s Healthy Living Program, offered up tips that can help families maintain wellness and good health throughout the school year.
University Hospitals’ Linda Hamann spoke with Bruce this morning about the upcoming Women’s Health Expo that will take place on Saturday, Sept. 19 at the Spitzer Conference Center.
At age 25, former Appalachian State basketball standout Omar Carter was playing in a semi-professional game in North Carolina when he suffered a 13-minute sudden cardiac arrest. Today, Omar Carter stopped by the morning show to tell us his story and how we can try to prevent a similar attack.