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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, 9/25/2017

7:20am – We talked postseason with the Indians Bob DiBiasio

7:50amVicki Lawarnce, of the Carol Burnett Show and Mama’s Family, talked to us about Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria and why the topic is important to her.

8:10am – The 20th Annual L’Amour du Vin will be here on Wednesday. Hear about the great wines and foods that will be on display at the Avon Oaks Country Club with Charlotte Wray and Mitzi Feckanin

8:40am – Another loss for the Browns on Sunday, Scott Petrak, Browns beat writer for the  Chronicle Telegram, tells us why he thought the Browns fell short.


Friday, 9/22/2017

7:40am – Learn about the upcoming Lorain County Farm Tours with the Farm Bureau’s Amanda Denes Diedrick.


Wednesday, 9/20/2017

8:10amAuthor Linda Stasi talks about her new book “The Book of Judas” a thriller that follows reporter Alessandra Russo as she serches for the missing scripture written by Judas.

8:40amMarnie Havas tells us about the upcoming Senior Fair.

Tuesday, 9/19/2017

7:20am – If you were effected by the Equifax breach, you will want to hear what Jean Chatzky, Host of Her Money Podcast and Co-Author of AgeProof, has to say about making sure you get the proper security to protect your identity.

7:40amER Doctor  Geoffrey Mount Varner, talked about witnessing the effects of police altercations, and explains in how his new book “Home Alive: 11 Must Steps to Surviving Encounters with Police” will help young African Americans deescalate altercations with police.

8:35am – It’s never to late to start your financial budget. Find out how to get yours started and how to save on travel and the holiday’s with lifestyle journalist, Trae Bodge.

8:40am – Thrive is hosting a public meeting on active transportation in rural areas at Lorain County Community College Wellington Center on Thursday, September 21. This morning Sarah Ross told us more about the meeting and what will be discussed.


Monday, 9/18/2017

7:20am – The Indians Bob DiBiasio talks about the streak and the postseason

8:10am – We celebrate Birthday of the US Air Force with Sgt. Sergio Melendez.

8:40am – Another weekend, another loss for the Browns. Scott Petrak, Browns beat writer for the Chronicle Telegram, gave us his take on the game.

Thursday, 9/14/2017

8:10amJerry Popiel has spent the summer opening for some of the biggest acts in music at the Blossom Music Center. Today, he told us about that experience and and his new album Tuscarawas.

8:42am – The Oberlin Heritage Center is hosting a number of events including the Lorain Museum of Hispanic and Lationo Cultures, a movie night at the Apollo Theater, Fiesta en La Biblioteca and Root Beer Floats for Oberlin College students in the days ahead. Hear more about all them with Education Coordinator Amanda Manahan.

Wednesday, 9/13/2017

7:40am – September is blood cancer awareness month. We learned more about the disease with Kimberly Alexander the wife of former NFL Linebacker Elijah Alexander.

8:10amDr. Jody A Dean tells us about her new book, Roxie the Doxie Finds her Forever Home.

8:40am – The 2018 edition of the old Farmers Almanac is out. Find out what is new in this years edition, with editor Janice Stillman