Sheriff Kandy Fatheree joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. She talked about scams, cyber security, and deputy recruitment.
Akron Police are investigating two incidents of extreme violence that ocurred in different parts of town on Monday, and they're asking for your help to bring those responsible to justice.
26 year old Carlos DeJesus Godineaux, of Akron, was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds in the 900 block of Bellevue Avenue in the city's Sherbondy Hill neighborhood at about 4:00PM Monday afternoon. So far, all police say they have pieced together of the crime, is that several males were seen running away. Who they are, and where they went is still a mystery.
Also a mystery today, is the identity of the masked attacker wearing dark clothing that left a 35 year old woman semi-conscious and severely injured in the 700 block of Chalker Street, on North Hill, Monday morning at about 10:00AM.
At this point, they say it could have been an isolated incident, perhaps domestic-related; but they don't really know for sure, and that is why they are asking for tips on this incident as well.
The woman survived the attack, but they say she's still in the hospital, and in critical condition.
Anyone with information is asked to call he Akron Police Department Detective Bureau at 330-375-2490 or 330-375-2Tip.
*This story was updated to include the name of the homicide victim, Carlos DeJesus Godineaux.
Dr. Gordon Preston,Orthopedic Surgeon with Cleveland Clinic Akron General, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. Dr. Preston specializes in spine surgery. He discussed advancements in back surgery for those that suffer from chronic back pain.
This week's Business of the Week is the Haven of Rest Ministries. Mike Solosky, Donor Relations Coordinator at Haven of Rest Ministries, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show.
Business of the Week is brought to you by Direction Home.
Akron Historian, Dave Lieberth, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. He talked with Ray about Akron's Black History.
A new era in space exploration is unfolding at NASA's Neil Armstrong Test Facility near Sandusky, Ohio.
The first of its kind, named "Tenacity", is currently undergoing rigorous testing, with plans for it to travel to the International Space Station for the first time, later this year.
Photo Credit: Sierra Space
To find out why this new, reusable vehicle with retractable wings that can land on any runway, could usher in a whole new era in space exploration and commercial development; listen now to our conversation with Senior NASA Glenn Research Center Project Manager, Lucas Staab, and Jake Ingram, Director of Programs at Sierra Space.
Tim Alcorn, voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers, joins Ray Horner every Friday. Alcorn answers 3 questions about the team, the sport, and more.
Film Study Professor Joe Fortunato joins the Ray Horner Morning Show every Friday. He discusses the classics, behind the scenes, the casts, and more. This week they covered the 'forgotten classic', The Right Stuff.
The Student Athlete of the Week segment is powered by NECA-IBEW and Akron Children’s Hospital.
This week's athletes are from Copley High School.
Mayor Shammas Malik joined the Ray Horer Morning Show. They discussed the budget, road projects, and additions to the Mayor's staff.
Jennifer McNeil of the American Heart Association joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. It's Heart Month and Valentine's Day. Jennifer talked about foods to avoid and/or limit to keep your heart healthy.
A 47 year old man who had been riding an electric bike last Friday afternoon on South Arlington Street, has died from the injuries he sustained after getting struck by a hit-skip driver.
So far, police do not know who was driving the white sedan they believe left Jimmy Fletcher of Akron bleeding, and critically injured on the pavement near the intersection of South Arlington and Ray Street.
Now, they are asking for your help, while their investigation continues, and the Summit County Medical Examiner's Office prepares to do an autopsy.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Akron Police Department Detective Bureau at 330-375-2490 or 330-375-2Tip.
Citizens may also provide anonymous information to any of the following:
The Summit County Crimestoppers: 330-434-COPS.
Text TIPSCO with your tips to 274637
You can also download the Akron PD app and submit information by texting Tips411, or access the link on their website: www.AkronCops.org.
The Super Bowl of 2024 broke records for the most viewed of all time. Taylor Swift helped bring in a lot of viewers. Ray Horner of the Ray Horner Morning Show talked about the good and the bad of the Kelce and Swift story.
Mark Kinsley, Basketball Coach of the Green Bulldogs, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. Recently, Coach Kinsley marked his 400th victory as head coach with Green.