Legends of WICC

Legends of WICC

Join Melissa weekdays at 8:50am as she chats with some WICC Notable Alumni. You’ll hear from some voices that are truly part of the fabric of the history of the station! They’ll discuss everything from memorable moments on the air, Bridgeport history, their thoughts on the topics of the day, or even breaking news. Guests…

Support local charities during the COVID-19 outbreak

Support local charities during the COVID-19 outbreak

Due to the spread of the coronavirus, lots of local charities have had to cancel fundraisers and are suffering. You can support them below. Fairfield County’s Community Foundation The Fairfield County COVID-19 Resiliency Fund will rapidly deploy resources to trusted, frontline community organizations that meet the basic needs of local residents in Fairfield County. Donations of any…

Melissa in the Morning: Potential Corruption

Melissa in the Morning: Potential Corruption

1. Former State Rep Chris Caruso digs into the city’s former chief federal fraud charges and if history is repeating itself. ((00:11)) 2. Governor Lamont addresses the latest uptick in covid cases saying it’s not because of schools. ((11:30)) 3. Congressman Jim Himes looks at absentee ballots and the latest stimulus package ((22:04)) IMAGE CREDIT: iStock…

Things to Know Friday September 18th

Things to Know Friday September 18th

Third Shelton police officer fired after investigation into photos posted on Facebook CT Post Police: Man allegedly forged property transfer papers CT Post Man shot by police is charged in alleged stabbing CT Post Suspect in Naugatuck officer-involved shooting turns himself in to police WFSB State’s positivity rate stays steady above 1% as ‘Phase 3’…

Masks for Toddlers

Masks for Toddlers

Dr. Browne addresses the new rule for 3-year olds in daycare centers. He says it is in line with CDC guidelines. However, if kids don’t want to wear the masks, he’s not concerned there will be an uptick in cases. Also, he talks about the chances of spreading the virus to a lot of people…

Things to Know Thursday September 17th

Things to Know Thursday September 17th

Trumbull school closes for 2 weeks as 70 people quarantined CT Post 1 person, 3 dogs rescued after sailboat crashes in Bridgeport CT Post Eversource asks CT lawmakers to borrow $700M CT Post Several schools announce COVID-19-related closures through the end of the week WFSB CIAC reaffirms full contact football is cancelled this year WFSB…

WICC Pet of The Week

WICC Pet of The Week

Meet Finn! She’s a senior kitty at 9 years old and chunky…she’s 11 lbs.! There are many benefits to adopting an older cat: You’re out of the non-stop-energy kitten phase, you already know the pet’s personality, and they’re wise and mature! Finn knows what she wants, and that’s a family who will let her warm…

Melissa in the Morning: A Different World

Melissa in the Morning: A Different World

A Utah news broadcast goes viral and it’s understandable…((00:11)) Melissa’s sister who lives in Utah weighs in on how different it is living there during the pandemic compared to CT. ((08:35)) Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim addresses the federal fraud charges against former Chief AJ Perez. ((18:00)) IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus

Things to Know Wednesday September 16th

Things to Know Wednesday September 16th

Police: Body found in wreckage of Milford fire CT Post Trumbull schools confirm COVID case at Hillcrest CT Post Norwalk police release footage of spitting incident involving Duff, officer The Hour Driver in Naugatuck officer involved shooting still sought by police WFSB Smoke from the US West Coast wildfires has reached Europe WFSB Westport’s Cribari…

Things to Know Tuesday September 15th

Things to Know Tuesday September 15th

DEEP: Bears have entered 42 CT homes this year; here’s how to keep them away CT Post Health and Human Services spokesman warns of armed insurrection after election CT Post Lamont adds $100 fine for no masks, larger levies for gatherings CT Post Milford building partially collapses after fire breaks out overnight WFSB Louisville has…

Melissa in the Morning: Clubs matter just as much

Melissa in the Morning: Clubs matter just as much

1. The CIAC addresses who’s making the ultimate decision on fall football and any other high school sports. ((00:11)) 2. We learn how afterschool programs and clubs are impacted by covid and why it matters. ((10:40)) 3. Melissa reviews the Netflix film ‘Cuties’ and why she’s giving it a hard NO to watch. ((18:45)) IMAGE…