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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8:10 Tech-life columnist Jennifer Jolly joined The Morning Show to discuss different tech tools that people can use to maintain social distancing while staying in touch with others. Jennifer also talks about a new communication app from Facebook that she had the opportunity to test out.


8:40 Sheri Bachstein, Global Head of Consumer Business with The Weather Company, talked about new tools that allows people to track reported cases of coronavirus in the community.


7:40 Lorain County Health Commissioner Dave Covell joined The Morning Show to talk about the impact of COVID-19 here locally and where people can go to find out more health and safety information.


8:20 Jeremy Walter, Sustainability Ambassador for Republic Services, helps us understand why “Wish-cycling” is bad and shares some do’s and dont’s of recycling.


8:40 Lorain County Commissioner Sharon Sweda talks about how the Commissioner’s Office has responded to the coronavirus pandemic and also shares some insight on the current real estate market.


8:10 President and CEO of United Way of Greater Lorain County Ryan Aroney joined The Morning Show to talk about how his organization is helping the community amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Ryan also lays out a number of options and resources for those seeking relief.


8:10 Bob Budzilek, Project Manager at AECOM Consult, joined The Morning Show to talk about some details about the sewer system and some of the different things that go on underground. Bob also shares some advice on what not to flush down the toilet during the coronavirus outbreak.


8:40 Mariah Deitz of the Lorain County Metro Parks let us know that the parks are open and that they play an important role in the community during these tough times. However, Mariah says there are some safety precautions that have been taken within the parks.


7:20 Micah Muzio, a managing editor at Kelley Blue Book, talks about COVID-19’s impact on car shopping and shares some details about looking for a vehicle online.


7:40 Tony Gallo, President and CEO of the Lorain County Chamber of Commerce, appeared on The Morning Show and talked about Lorain County Strong, a new program that allows residents to help support local businesses.


8:10 MAHARS interim director, Elaine Georgas, detailed some of the effects coronavirus has had on those with mental health challenges and what people can do if they are feeling overwhelmed with stress or anxiety.


7:40 In honor of what would otherwise be the start of baseball season, author Emily Nemens joined The Morning Show to talk some baseball and tell us about her new book The Cactus League.


8:10 U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown  joined The Morning Show to discuss the process of working through getting the latest stimulus bill approved, combating COVID-19, and awaiting the return of baseball.


8:50 The Morning Show was joined by Chuck Thigpen, a certified athletic trainer, member of The National Athletic Trainer’s Association, and American Academy of Orthopedics and Sports Physical Therapy. Chuck discusses how parents can help their children avoid injury from “sports overload”.