Three teenagers were gunned down in the 400 block of Noah Avenue over the weekend. Due to the rash of gun violence in the city of late, the mayor and chief of police addressed the bloodshed in the area on Monday afternoon. Dan Horrigan, the mayor of Akron, called into…
The city of Akron has seen its share of ups lately, but one constant has been going downhill: the All-American Soap Box Derby, of course. Mark Gerberich is in his second full year as president of the Soap Box Derby, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to go over the…
Summer is halfway over, and while students have just over a month to soak up the sun, educators and administrators are gearing up for a new school year come August. One of the biggest topics in education of late has not been about the curriculum, but student safety. Randi Weingarten,…
Automobile manufacturers have vacated the Rust Belt for decades in favor of greener or overseas pastures. Many communities have seen the plant shut down and families out of work, and the towns have yet to recover. However, Twinsburg is a success story on how to revitalize a town after a…
Tuesday, 26 June 2018 08:50

AUDIO: Farhad Sethna on Immigration Policies

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A controversial topic throughout President Trump's campaign, and especially recently, has been immigration and what to do in the near and distant future. Immigration attorney from the International Institute, Farhad Sethna, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to discuss the recent events. Locally, Sethna says most of the immigrants that…
Questions have risen over time on the sewer project in Akron, mainly about the safety of the water supply as well as the cost for the residents. The mayor of Akron, Dan Horrigan, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to answer some questions on the project. Horrigan says the city…
It has been a busy few weeks, but Dr. John Green is settling into his new job as president of the University of Akron. Dr. Green, also the director of the Bliss Institute and a frequent guest on the Ray Horner Morning Show, joined the program in studio to discuss…
Monday, 11 June 2018 11:14

AUDIO: John Michael on LeBron, Cavs' Future

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It’s over. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ strange season, filled with highs and lows, came to a close Friday night with a four-game sweep by the Golden State Warriors. John Michael, the voice of the Cavs, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to reflect on the season that was, including the team…
It has been a half century since the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy inside Los Angeles’s Ambassador Hotel. With the events that occurred in the immediate and distant future, how much different would the country be? Dr. Kevin Kern, historian at the University of Akron, joined the Ray Horner Morning…
It has been almost two years since the little-used Innerbelt was closed, but its use in the present day is increasing. Akron mayor Dan Horrigan joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about a slew of local topics, including what is happening with the present and future of the…
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