WKOK Sunrise, Friday, April 23, 2018:
5:00am to 7:00am: America’s First News with Gordon Deal. Show topics include:
- The deadly Southwest Airlines engine accident is a shocking reminder of how unprepared we are…as passengers…for an emergency.
- Also, how colleges are using generous scholarships in a battle over students. At some schools, virtually everyone gets one.
- And why so many people are swapping out iphones for flip phones.:
7:10am and 7:40am: Emily Mrusko, Development Director, Union-Snyder Community Action Agency, and Susie Weller, Director of Education and Employment, CAA, along with George Weller, Counselor, Gaudenzia Addiction, Treatment and Recovery Center, and Moderator of the upcoming Substance Use Disorder panel, on the 10th annual Family Service Conference which will focus on finding solutions to some of the biggest human service issues of our day. We’ll discuss their recent needs assessment and how the conference was tailored to the communities highest priorities.
On The Mark with co-host Joe McGranaghan:
8:30am to 10:00am: The Starbuck’s debacle…what do we know, and who is at fault? Is this a teachable moment for anyone?
Movie Mike McGranaghan reviews ‘Rampage’ and he talks about new movies. The deaths of R. Lee Ermley, and Milos Foreman, and other entertainment news. We discuss the new exorcism documentary by the man who directed The Exorcist.