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, 7/6/2015

Bob DiBiasio has the latest on the Cleveland Indians as they return home for the their final stretch before the All-Star brake.

The Lorain County Historical Society is holding their 16th Annual Ice Cream Social fundraiser at the Hickories Museum on July, 12. Jackie Kokai lets you know all about the event and what you will see at the Hickories Museum when you visit.

Thursday, 7/2/2015

Jill Lis, Director of Environmental Health for the Lorain County Health District,  stops by to talk about the BARK  program, how to improve your water quality and to let you know about the Lorain County General Health District’s upcoming photo contest.

Wednesday, 7/1/2015

With the country still recovering from the 2008 recession what can change the tides and set the sails straight. Author of the Entrepreneur’s Manifesto, Steve Mariotti has the answers.

If you looking for a patriotic destination for the holiday weekend Editor and Chief of Travel Girl Magazine, Stephanie Oswald has got some great ideas.

Tuesday, 6/30/2015

Wondering where you can find your favorite foods, stores or anything else in Lorain County. Wonder no longer, Ed Skimin introduces the iphone app Emerge.

Monday, 6/29/2015

It’s Tribe time with Bob Dibiasio

It’s been 25 years since Major League opened up in theaters. Go behind the scenes with Jonathan Knight, the author of The Making of Major League.

Thursday, 6/25/2015

Rick Soto sits down with Bruce and Craig to talk about this years Lorain County International Festival.

Wednesday, 6/24/2015

One in five Americans are smoking cigarettes. Many wish they didn’t. Dr. Albert Rizzo talks about a phone app that could help many quit the pesky habit.

Edwin Land, was the original Steve Jobs. He dropped out of Harvard to commercialize his plastic polarizer which can be found today in products ranging from sunglasses to LCD TVs. Find out more about the founder of Polaroid with the author of a Triumph of Genius, Ronald K. Fierstein.