You can make a difference in the life of a sexual assault survivor. Lorain County Rape Crisis is sponsoring a Volunteer Training Program beginning Monday, February 3rd. Community Engagement Specialist Barbara Baird tells us more.
While Houston’s gay community usually celebrates pride with an all-out party, the National Conference of LGBT Equality is all business. The conference, called ‘Creating Change’, is the largest gathering of LGBT activists. 4,000 people are in attendance here in Houston. The major focuses this year are on ending AIDS and preventing violence. The activists assure that there is really something for everyone. 2013 was a big year for positive change in the LGBT community and they’re looking to make more of an impact in 2014
Scammers are afoot, and we talked about counter measures with Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.
The Great Big Home and Garden Show is coming to the I-X Center, and we welcomed spokeswoman Rosanna Hrabnicky!
ANOTHER “rebuilding year” with ANOTHER head coach… the CT’s Scott Petrak shares his thoughts.
Two teachers from Elyria High School have taken it upon themselves, to collect gently worn formal dresses for students who can least afford them, for Prom. Andrea Oliver and Chrysty Rusch joined The Morning Show to talk about “The Enchanted Closet”.
Spring is in the air! Well, not really…but we got the inside scoop on TribeFest from the Indians Curtis Danburg!
The city of Avon is celebrating 200 years since its founding, and the Avon branch of the Lorain Public Library System is kicking off the party with a series of programs. We talked with branch supervisor Donna Kelly!