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.
Alan Schissel and Jacquie Bainer join Ray to discuss Tracking Via Technology and Protecting Houses of Worship and Schools.
Mike Savino, Capitol Reporter of the Record-Journal, talks state revenue. From taxing shopping bags to licensing cats, several bills would boost state revenue. Savino runs down the list.
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Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
Carlos Reinoso Jr. says Wednesday’s big legislative hearing on legalizing pot in Connecticut may have more to do with the state’s huge money problems than with the issues surrounding marijuana use.
Peter DeBiasi, President and CEO of the Access Community Action Agency, discusses Community Action Day at the LOB on Thursday, March 23rd.
It’s been a rough going lately for lots of the big-name retailers like Sears… but given the state of Sears’ balance sheet, Hill is honestly surprised they’ve held on as long as they have.
John Kotek, Vice President for Policy Development and Public Affairs at the Nuclear Energy Institute, talks about the role of nuclear power in Connecticut and around the country and more.
The StartUp Bristol program takes one big obstacle off the table by evaluating promising ideas to win a chance at $100,000 to launch their new business.
This environmental chemistry honors student from Hebron stays in step, whether designing a better pacemaker, volunteering as a medical aide in Peru, or winning Irish Dance championships.