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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Tuesday, 4/3/2018

7:40am Benjamin Carter Hett talks bout his new book, The Death of Democracy: Hitler’s Rise to Power and the Downfall of the Weimar Republic.  13:33


Monday, 4/2/2018

7:20am – Talking Indians opening weekend with the Tribes VP of Communications, Bob DiBiasio9:24

8:10am – April is National Fair Housing Month. This morning Elyria Fair Housing board spokesperson LaTaunya Conley told us more about their upcoming Fair Housing Conference. 13:17


Thursday, 3/29/2018

7:20amBrian Barr of Lorain Medina Rural Electric Cooperative spent two and half weeks in Guatemala helping bring electricity to two small impoverished villages. This morning he told that story on the Morning Show. 7:26

Wednesday, 3/28/2018

8:10am – Experiencing lower back pain? You are not alone. Nearly 80 percent of adults experience the same discomfort at some time in their life. This morning spinal surgeon Dr. Eric W. Nottmeier spoke with Bruce and Craig about the condition and what it can mean. 7:11

Tuesday, 3/27/2018

7:50am – Allergy season is here…We are breaking those allergy myths former Mythbusters host Adam Savage and renowned Allergist Dr. Netta Ogden6:57

8:20am – The Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio is conducting their annual Harvest for Hunger campaign. This morning Second Harvest Food Bank’s Susan Bartosch and Lorain County Commissioner Lori Kokoski  joined us to talk more about the campaign.11:25

Monday, 3/26/2018

7:20am – Tribe Talk and Tickets is back for another Indians season. Join Indians VP of Communications Bob DiBiasio as we talk Indians and give you a chance to win tickets. 7:48

Thursday, 3/22/2018

7:20amDennis Carvevale with FCSD Connectivity Marketing and Operations, told us how Ford is updating their older models with new technology thanks to the FordPass SmatLink. 7:01

7:40amSenator Sherrod Brown spoke with us about trade actions with China and how high school kids can learn more about being nominated by Senator Brown for a service academy appointment. 6:14

8:10am – The Workshop Players Theater in Amherst is performing Steel Magnolias throughout the month of March. Hear more about the play with cast member Kathy Dean-Dielman10:40

8:50am  Verizon’s Mike Haberman told us how the company is planning to evolve into a 5G network and what that will mean for the country. 8:22