Charred: A New Haven Pizza Show

Charred: A New Haven Pizza Show

Welcome to Charred: A New Haven Pizza Show. Charred is a New Haven Style Pizza centric talk show that runs two shows a month. Hosted by Kevin Begley and Frank Zabski.  Listen Fridays at 7:30pm as Charred features different pizza industry guests from the New Haven and Connecticut pizza scene. Plus discussions, debate, and news…

WICC Breakfast Brigade

WICC Breakfast Brigade

Sign up your office to receive breakfast from WICC! We’ll deliver breakfast from Cakes by Sonia to listeners’ offices once each month.

CT Today With Paul Pacelli – Please … Calm Down

CT Today With Paul Pacelli – Please … Calm Down

Host Paul Pacelli kicked-off a busy Thursday edition of “Connecticut Today” urging people to “pump the brakes” on a controversy surrounding flags and Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito (00:29). “Only In Bridgeport” blogger Lennie Grimaldi looked again at the biggest news in and around the Park City (12:21), while columnist Chris Powell had some thoughts…

Melissa in the Morning: Boater Safety Week

Melissa in the Morning: Boater Safety Week

The most recent data from the US Coast Guard shows more than four thousand boat accidents in America during the 2022 calendar year. Those incidents reportedly involved 636 deaths, thousands of injuries and tens of millions of dollars in damages. This week is National Boater Safety Week and we wanted to talk about the basics…

Melissa in the Morning: Nightmares and Lupus?

Melissa in the Morning: Nightmares and Lupus?

A new study suggests vivid nightmares could be an early indicator of an autoimmune disease like lupus. Researchers at the University of Cambridge and King’s College London found there was a link between nightmares and the onset of hallucinations in some lupus patients. The researchers found over 60-percent of lupus patients in their survey who…

Melissa in the Morning: Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Melissa in the Morning: Skin Cancer Awareness Month

According to national data, 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70. Skin cancer is still the most common cancer in the US and worldwide. And ahead of the summer season with more people exposed to the sun, May is skin cancer awareness month. We spoke with Hartford HealthCare’s Dr.…

Melissa in the Morning: Hurricane Season Prep

Melissa in the Morning: Hurricane Season Prep

Expert weather forecasters are projecting a significant number of dangerous storms this year. The 2024 Atlantic Hurricane season is predicted to bring 24 named storms, 11 of which could become hurricanes, and six of which could reach Category 3 or stronger. This is far beyond the 30-year average and notably above the storms we had…

Melissa in the Morning: Support Local this Memorial Day Weekend

Melissa in the Morning: Support Local this Memorial Day Weekend

This week, the pizza makers from Pepe’s Modern, Sally’s and many other area favorites boarded a charter Avelo flight to Washington DC to declare New Haven as the pizza capital of the U.S. It comes one week after the state launched a new marketing plan to highlight our state’s oyster industry (CT Oyster Trail.) We…

CT Today With Paul Pacelli – More and More People are Getting High

CT Today With Paul Pacelli – More and More People are Getting High

Wednesday’s midweek edition of “Connecticut Today” with host Paul Pacelli looked at new numbers highlighting regular marijuana use in the U.S. (00:19). Hearst Connecticut Media senior editor and columnist Dan Haar dropped by to talk about the hottest stories around the state (13:14) Image Credit: iStock / Getty Images Plus

Melissa in the Morning: Pageant Queens & Mental Health

Melissa in the Morning: Pageant Queens & Mental Health

Some major national news broke this month when Miss USA and Miss Teen USA resigned from their positions within days of one another. We learned mental health played a huge role in the unexpected announcements. And during Mental Health Awareness Month this month compounded with the pageant news, we thought it was great timing to…

Melissa in the Morning: National EMS Week

Melissa in the Morning: National EMS Week

This week, we honor our EMS workers! In recent years, we have struggled to fill EMS positions in our state, including in Easton. We spoke with Chief of Service and Vice President for Easton EMS, Jon Arnold, about methods they’ve used to attract and retain workers, training opportunities, ideal candidates to join the team and…