Ray Dunaway wakes Connecticut up with all the information you need to start your day. News at the top and bottom of each hour, sports at :15 and :45 past the hour, “Traffic & Weather Together on the 8’s” plus interviews with the people making the news each day. It’s the perfect way to start your day informed and entertained – Mornings with Ray Dunaway 5:30am – 9am.
Laura A. Krueger, Director of Public Relations and Marketing with Southern New England Salvation Army, and Major Marzan talk about The Salvation Army’s relief efforts on a greater scale.
President Mark E. Ojakian, Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, discusses the CT Board of Regents meeting he will attend, to provide an update on the community college consolidation proposal known as Students First.
Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
Former DVA Commissioner Sean Connolly joins us, after announcing he’s formed an exploratory committee for governor.
Erik Semmel of TAB Computer Systems, Inc. shares details of a new attack against Wi-Fi encryption, which they dubbed “Krack.”
Sen. Paul Formica of East Lyme, co-chair of Appropriations Committee, updates us on the state budget.
Betsy Gara of the Connecticut Council of Small Towns (COST) explains how the budget fight threatens credit for a third of Connecticut municipalities.
Steven Smith, the Scout Executive, Chief Executive Officer of the Connecticut Rivers Council, discusses the recent decision to allow girls in the Boy Scouts.
Chris Powell of the Manchester Journal Inquirer discusses the phenomenon where pension benefits are inviolate, but school money is discretionary.
Max Reiss, NBC Connecticut Political reporter, shares an update on the state budget debate.