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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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Thursday, 9/1/2016

When disasters strike will you be ready? Find out how the Lorain County General Health District is preparing with Health Commissioner Dave Covell.

Harley-Davidson is revving up for the touring Motorcycle Experience. This morning Bill Davidson , Great-grandson of the company co-founder, spoke about the big rally.

Yesterday the Lorain County Health and Dentistry opened the doors of their new Office in Oberlin. Below is the audio from the event.

Lorian County Health and Dentistry’s Stephanie Wiersma

Senator Sherrod Brown

Interim City Manager Sal Talarico


Chief Medical Officer Dr. Doug McDonald



Wednesday, 8/31/16

This Friday night the Avon Eagles take on the Avon Lake Shoreman on the football field. Before the game Community Resource Services in Avon Lake will host the SOUPer Bowl Food Drive. Find out more about the night with CRS Executive Director Susan Poole.

The Rat Pack is coming to Lorain Palace Theater on Friday, September 9. This morning Bruce spoke with Mark Verabian who will perform as Dean Martin when the lights come on.


Tuesday, 8/30/16

8:40am – Spotify is re-launching the kids category, so his morning we spoke with Kerry Steib, Director of Social Impact, about how families can use the new feature.

Monday, 8/28/2016

Indians are looking to get back on track. Hear what Tribe VP of Communications Bob DiBiasio had to say about the Indians rough weekend down south.

The Cleveland Browns have parted ways with Paul Kruger, find out why they decided to make this change with Chronicle Telegram Browns beat writer Scott Petrak.

Thursday, 8/25/2016

8:10amSusan Bartosch of Scecond Harvest Food Bank came by the show to talk about their upcoming event.

8:40am – The Lake Erie Crushers are on a run and could make a late playoff push. Andy “Bull” Barch, Voice of the Crushers” talked about the Crushers current run this morning.


Wednesday, 8/24/2016

8:10am – The Historic Monroe house in Oberlin is turning 150 years old this fall. To celebrate, the Oberlin Heritage Center will be having an open house that will allow the public to see everything  from the basement to the attic. This morning Liz Schultz told us a little more about the upcoming open house.

Tuesday, 8/23/16

7:20am – Do you know what to do when you are stopped by the police. Most Americans do not. Today we spoke with Peter Baskin,  prominent defense attorney and author of the book A Toast to Silence, about using your rights to your advantage.

8:10am – First Student will offer morning shuttles to Elyria High School through a bus-pass program starting on September 12. this morning Elyria Schools Superintendent Tom Jama gave us more information about the new initiative.

8:40am – The National Honesty Index has been conducted. The results may surprise you. Hear how honest the United State and Cleveland are with Honest Tea president Seth Goldman.