:17 - Beginning this week until May 31st, Ohio is reopening factions of their economy, from patio and indoor restaurants to public pools and gyms. Ohio Lt. governor Jon Husted joined the Ray Horner Morning Show on Friday to answer several questions some may have with these reopenings. Among those are the possibility of a spike in COVID-19 cases when public gathering places reopen. Husted also talked about the farming industry which has also taken a hit, as well as chance that younger Ohioans could pass the virus onto others, even if they are asymptomatic. 7:25 - It was announced that the University of Akron will cut three athletic programs in cross country, women’s tennis, and men’s golf. Could there be more cuts down the pike? UA athletic director Larry Williams discussed how difficult these cuts were, and how they are handling the existing programs. 16:26 - Cities have had to get creative to keep a social distance while also building their economy back up. Barberton mayor Bill Judge talked about how the Magic City has pulled their minds together. 20:20 - And finally, our movie guy Scott Wynn talked about what’s streaming on Disney+ and Netflix, including a throwback to the 1940s with a show simply called Hollywood.