Akron Police Chief, Steve Mylett, joined Ray. They discussed police training, getting dash cams, unrest in Akron, badges, and more.
Imagine cruising on the moon in a high tech rover that can withstand temperatures that swing between a sizzling 250 degrees Fahrenheit and an unbelievably chillly miinus 350 degrees.
While tires that can withstand those temperature extremes haven't been built yet for use here on Earth; they are in development right now for use on the moon, by Akron-based Goodyear Tire, in partnership with global security and aerospace industry giant, Lockheed-Martin.
Listen now to our interview with Goodyear Senior Program Manager, Michael Rachita, to hear about the tough and versatile metal "tire" treads they're developing for a new lunar rover that NASA astronauts can either drive, or control remotely for autonomous exploration.
We'll also tell you about a new post graduate certificate program in advanced manufacturing technology now being offered by the University of Akron. It is designed specifically for people who already have a B.A. in technical fields, but who lack the depth of understanding they need to land the many great paying jobs waiting to be filled right now at thousands of companies companies right here in Ohio.
Dr. Mark Cassell of Kent State University joined Jeanne Destro on the Ray Horner Morning Show. They discussed green energy policy, moving away from fossil fuels. They talked about different approaches in Europe as well.
Film Study Professor, Joe Fortunato, joins Ray every Friday for Film School! Jeanne Destro is filling in for Ray this week. They talked about the 1982 film, Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
Cuyahoga Falls joined Power a Clean Future Ohio (PCFO). Jeanne Destro talked to Mayor Don Walters about the details AND getting an award from the Ohio Water Environment Association.
Listen to this week's Soft Scoop with Lynn Kelly. She'll keep you up to date with concerts and events. Brought to you by Red Wing Shoes.
Akron Police are looking for the vandal who spray-painted obscenities and threats on the Right to Life Northeast Ohio building and sidewalk at 572 West Market Street earlier this month.
The graffiti was discovered the morning of July 8th, according to APD. Windows of the building were also broken out.
Police shared surveillance footage of the suspect in action:
Anyone with information is asked to call Akron Police.
Dr. Toni Cooper is a psychologist, author, and public speaker. She joined Jeanne Destro to talk about the extra stress felt by senior citizens as they get older. Dr. Cooper explained what causes the stress, anxiety, depression, etc. and what can be done to prevent or treat these issues.
Barberton Mayor Bill Judge talked with Jeanne Destro about Barberton getting the All-America City Award.
Jeanne Destro is in for Ray Horner this week. Historian and former Deputy Mayor, Dave Liebirth, joined Jeanne to talk about civil unrest in Akron, going back to the Wooster Avenue Riots of 1968.
Cleveland Clinic Akron General Community Leader Spotlight:
This month, Ray talked to Morgan Stocker. She is the Food Pantry Coordinator at Clevenad Clinic Akron General. They talked about phase one of the pantry, plans for growth, eligibility, and more.
Film Study Professor, Joe Fortunato, joins Ray every Friday for Film School! This week, they talked about the 1964 film, Goldfinger.
Paul Keels, voice of the Buckeyes, joined Ray. They talked about NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness) and how it's changing the game. They discussed the buckeyes, Big 10, and more!
What would it take to build your own electric vehicle, and how much would it cost?
We asked local D-I-Y enthusiast, and former Akron Makerspace Board member, Chris Bennett.
You'll also hear from CBS News Auto Industry Correspondent, Jeff Gilbert, about how United Auto Workers Union (UAW) officials are organizing in EV battery plants, to ensure their members don't make less than those in plants where internal combustion vehicles are made.
Plus, get ready to take your next vacation--in outer space!