Former Deputy Mayor of Akron, and Akron Historian, Dave Lieberth, joined Ray. They talked about an exciting addition coming to Akron in 2023; a brand new, 3 story, 3000 square foot history center.
Ray Horner talks to Sr. Vice President of Public Affairs of the Cleveland Guardians, Bobby DiBiasio, every Wednesday. This week, they talk about the old Municipal Stadium, the greatest team managers, and the bullpen.
It is Softball State Championship Week in Akron. OHSAA Director of Media Relations, Tim Stried, joins Ray to set up the tournament and talk about the quest to get to Akron. The conversation kicks off with how they landed in Firestone Stadium.
Jim Rosenhaus of the Cleveland Guardians joins Ray every Friday for Bases & Balls. This week, they discuss Oscar Gonzalez, Steven Kwan, Eli Morgan, Konnor Pilkington, and more.
Joe Fortunato is a Film Study Professor. He joins Ray weekly to discuss classic films. With Memorial Day coming up, Ray and Joe dedicate this week's episode to wartime movies. Joe categorizes movies by the war they represent, from WWI to the Vietnam War.
Whether for its the latest app, mobile phone, or even a new car; consumers face a stacked deck when it comes to taking meaningful legal action against companies with defective products.
But, there actually is a relatively simple way to fight back, legally.
Rocco Yeargin, Attorney
Pediatric Psychologist at Akron Children's Hospital, Dr. Laura Gerak, joined Ray. They talk about how to talk to children about school shootings and answer any questions they may have. It's a difficult and even uncomfortable conversation, but one that you should have.
Akron Police are asking the public's help identifying two suspects who broke into the Sam Sleedz Drive-Thru at 1915 South Arlington the early morning of May 2nd.
See security video below:
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Akron Police Detective C. Artis at 330-375-2464; the APD Tip Line at 330-375-2TIP; or the Summit County Crimestoppers, Inc. at 330-434-COPS (2677). You can also text TIPSCO with your tips to 274637 (CRIMES). Callers can remain anonymous.
Tuesday, a gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School in the city of Uvalde, Texas. Ray spoke with security analyst Paul Viollis and CBS's Chris Fox who is covering the story in Uvalde.
Paul Viollis: Guns involved in the shooting, signs on social media, the shooter's grandmother, and more.
Chris Fox: All hands are on deck, parents and children in the reunification center as well as the grief of the community.
Every Wednesday, Bobby DiBiasio of the Cleveland Guardians joins Ray. This week, they discussed 3rd basemen, Terry Francona, and Heritage Park within Progressive Field.
Dr Debbie Plate, Clinical Associate Director at the Center for Family Medicine, joined Ray. They discussed staying healthy in high temperatures. It's important to stay hydrated and stay cool. They talked about heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and signs to watch for.
The Summit County Sheriff's Office is looking for Adam Richardson, 37, in connection to an assault that led to a crash along State Route 224 in Coventry Township.
According to the report, on Sunday, May 22nd, at about 9:30 a.m., Richardson was riding in the front passenger seat of a vehicle driven by a 31-year-old woman. The two got into an verbal argument during which Richardson allegedly threatened the female driver, saying, "I will kill us both."
Just after that, Richardson grabbed the wheel, causing the vehicle to crash into a concrete barrier.
The Summit County Sheriff's Office Patrol units, Detective Bureau, and Major Crime Scene Unit all responded to the scene of the crash at 224 and I-77 in Coventry. There, Richardson was charged with Felonious Assault and Criminal Damaging. He also had a Burglary warrant out of Akron.
After being charged, Richardson was reportedly treated by EMS, but he hasn't been seen since. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Summit County Sheriff's Office.
The victim was also treated for minor injuries and released.
Robert Dodaro of Prism Wealth Management joined Ray. They talked about 401k's, recession, interest rates, the impact of the war in Ukraine, and more.
This month, Ray talked to Jonathan Sanchez of Cleveland Clinic Akron General. He is a Nurse Manager and Recovery's In Reach Program Coordinator. They break down what Recovery's In Reach is, how it works, the impact it has had, and more.