Wednesday, 07 February 2024 08:15

Tesla & GMC Recalls Issued

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Tesla and GM have issued recalls affecting thousands of vehicles. CBS's Auto Industry Expert, Jeff Gilbert, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. They discussed the major recalls. EV's, and more.


Laurie Cramer, the Executive Director of the Autism Society of Greater Akron, has announced that she will be stepping down at the end of 2024. She joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about her decision and the Autism Society. 


Voter rights groups are bringing a lawsuit against Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, saying he doesn’t have the right to reject their proposed amendment based on its title. 

3 News reports that the group submitted their Ohio voter’s bill of rights for the second time in January. The amendment looks to make changes to voting laws in Ohio including adding more drop boxes for ballots, allowing same day voter registration, and extending voting hours. 

Yost rejected the bill calling its title “highly misleading and misrepresentative” with Yost citing “recent authority from the Ohio Supreme Court” that he says allows him to examine a petitions title along with the text summary.

The group argues that the attorney general is only tasked with “examining whether the summary is a fair and truthful statement of the proposed law or constitutional amendment,” and “does not have the authority to review the title of the proposed amendment.”

The Ohio Supreme Court says that Yost has till today at 4pm to respond to the groups legal claims. Yost responded to the lawsuit with a post on X saying  "We’ve been sued over the decision. Good. The misleading title is the only matter of contention, so we will likely get a clear opinion up or down. The voters deserve a no-spin zone when asked to sign a petition and I aim to give it to them.”

Monday, 05 February 2024 08:31

Planned Cyber Attack on US

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Word is spreading about a planned cyber attack on the United States, originating from Russia and China. Dr. John Nicholas, Professor of Cybersecurity, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. They discussed the situation and if the country is prepared.  

Friday, 02 February 2024 11:27

Amazon RING, Police, & Civil Liberties Featured

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Amazon's "Neighbors" app got a little less neighborly in the past week, after the company decided it would no longer allow users to share videos from their RING doorbell home security cameras directly with police.

In a bow to pressure from civil rights groups, Amazon has disabled the direct connection between police and RING users, via their Request for Assistance Tool. Now, if police want access to doorbell cam videos, they have to get it from Amazon, and other than in the most exigent circumstances; with a warrant.

This is a big issue in Akron, because starting last summer, citizens pushed for, and got free RING doorbell cameras from the City, because they wanted more police protection. Now, they'll still be able to get it; but it will take more time.

Is this a good tradeoff?

Find out, with Akron Attorney, Civil Rights expert, and University of Akron Professor of Law, Emeritus, Dean Carro.

Listen now.



Dean Carro, Professor of Law, Emeritus, University of Akron

Friday, 02 February 2024 07:51

Film School: Footloose

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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 he went back to 1984 and discussed the dance-musical, Footloose.

Friday, 02 February 2024 07:45

Golf Shoes

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Dan Dauk joins the Ray Horner Morning Show every Friday to talk golf! This week they disussed the evolution of the golf shoe!


Carla Davis, Marketing Communications Director at the Akron-Summit County Public Library, joined the Ray Horner Morning Show. Carla is retiring. She talked with Ray about her career, the library, and more.

Thursday, 01 February 2024 07:50

Sherp, Ottawa County's New Rescue Vehicle

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The Sherp is a vehicle that assists rescuers in overcoming natural difficulties such as snow, ice, sand, wetlands, and urban terrain. Ottawa County has acquired one of these vehicles that can be used on all of the terrain in the County, including Lake Erie and other waterways. Sheriff Steve Levorchick joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about it and a recent rescue!


The Student Athlete of the Week segment is powered by NECA-IBEW and Akron Children’s Hospital.

This week's athletes are from Norton High School. 

Andie Osolin is a Senior on the Girls Basketball Team. She is a leader on a young team. Her stats are: 8.9 points per game, 5.1 steals, 4.5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1 block. Andie plays with great effort and intensity and her defense is as good as anyone in NEO. She is an excellent person, student, and athlete.

Zach Bowman is a two sport athlete in Football and Basketball. His Football accomplishments include: 2064 passing yards, 25 TDs, 1 Interception, including 510 yard passing performance in Week 12, and 4 rushing TDs. Zach is an excellent student as well with a 3.7 GPA.

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