Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
Dr Andrea Dennis of Bloomfield Animal Hospital (and WTIC’s Pet Talk) shares tips to help your animals cope with the heat.
Walter Olson, Senior fellow at the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies and Editor of OverLawyered.com, discusses Sessions’ reinstatement of the asset forfeiture policy at Justice Department.
Lyme Street will be a buzz of activities, and you can hear about all of them!
Mark Pazniokas, Capitol Bureau Chief for CTMirror.org, has the latest on votes in the Capitol, the Labor Agreement, and Affordable Housing.
Cars are being stolen in many parts of the state… what can people do to protect themselves?
Christine Stuart from CT NewsJunkie.com explains how the tribes in Connecticut are getting closer to a third casino.
Patrick Flaherty, Assistant Director of Research at CT Dept Of Labor, joins Ray to look at the Connecticut Labor Situation, with preliminary data from June 2017.
Board certified Neurosurgeon Dr David Spiro, who performs adult Neurological surgery, is a practicing member of the Saint Francis Spine Center and joined Ray to provide details on John McCain’s recently announced brain cancer diagnosis.
Steve Wolfberg, Principal, Chief Creative & Growth Officer Cronin breaks down how and why tired gender tropes– like men being bad at housework– will be banned in commercials in the near future.