Melissa in the Morning: Honoring our Veterans

Melissa in the Morning: Honoring our Veterans

We dedicated an hour of the morning show to our veterans. This podcast starts with shoutouts from listeners to their loved ones who served our country. We also hear from the Lt. Governor, Bridgeport Mayor and other veteran representatives in our area.

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Things to Know Wednesday November 11th

Things to Know Wednesday November 11th

Griffin Health offers free drive-thru COVID tests CT Post

Study: CT mosquito population jumps 60 percent in 20 years CT Post

Superintendent: Stratford High School student dies CT Post

Fireball spotted streaking through CT sky CT Post

Several state leaders are urging residents to stay home as Covid-19 hospitalizations hit a record level WFSB

Rain expected to arrive by this evening as stretch of warm weather ends WFSB

Nearly 400 quarantined after 15 COVID cases in New Canaan schools The Hour

Norwalk middle school to stay online-only due to COVID staff shortage The Hour

‘We should be concerned:’ Greenwich reservoir levels remain low Stamford Advocate

UPDATE: Darien Police say missing woman in Darien home safely Stamford Advocate

Melissa in the Morning: Igloo Dining

Melissa in the Morning: Igloo Dining

1. Back and forth decisions on igloo dining has restaurants all over the place. ((00:11))
2. Lt. Governor talks about the wage gap between men and women. ((06:08))
3. Ahead of Veterans Day, how can we recognize PTSD? ((16:24))
4. Thanksgiving travel is going to look verrrrrrry different this year. ((22:59))

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Things to Know Tuesday November 10th

Things to Know Tuesday November 10th

GOP tries again to get high court to ax health care law CT Post

Travel advisories: Here are the states asking CT visitors to quarantine CT Post

WestportNow founder, former Westport first selectman dies at 75 CT Post

Yale-New Haven Hospital: No visitation to hospitalized patients due to rise in COVID-19 cases WFSB

Gamers line up early to get their hands on the new XBox Series X console WFSB

Pfizer says it could distribute millions of COVID-19 vaccines before the end of the year WFSB

Norwalk Town Clerk’s office closed due to COVID-19 case The Hour

Police: 4 cars stolen in New Canaan The Hour

Darien High goes full remote Tuesday as COVID cases climb Stamford Advocate

Hamden school district considers moving from hybrid model to remote learning until January WTNH

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Things to Know Monday November 9th

Things to Know Monday November 9th

That’s the Mary Ellen way’: Trumbull renames street after former principal CT Post

‘Until we meet again, God bless you and goodbye’: Beloved ‘Jeopardy’ host Alex Trebek passes away at 80 WTNH

Officials: Unconscious person pulled from burning car at cemetery CT Post

Virtual Vicki Soto 5K runs in memory of slain Sandy Hook teacher CT Post

Earthquake felt across southern New England CT Post

Trump faces calls to work with Biden team on transition WFSB

Yale doctor to co-chair president-elect’s coronavirus task force WFSB

Dow set to soar 1,500 points after Pfizer says its Covid-19 vaccine is 90% effective WFSB

Wave of covid cases breaks records The Hour

Stamford registrars discover uncounted absentee ballots Stamford Advocate

Melissa in the Morning: Heading to the Capitol

Melissa in the Morning: Heading to the Capitol

1. Senator Tony Hwang talks about what’s to come in January. ((00:11))
2. Dr. Paul Wright addresses Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. ((14:09))
3. Advice from Bob Donovan on your marriage toolkit. ((19:55))
4. Remembering Alex Trebek. ((27:30))

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Melissa in the Morning: Voting and Covid

Melissa in the Morning: Voting and Covid

1. Congressman Himes talks about voter fraud and if it is happening in this election. ((00:11))
2. Norwalk teacher with asthma is suing the city for not allowing her to work remotely. ((07:28))
3. Homes for the Brave talks about how to help vets find jobs and housing. ((14:54))
4. Cooking with Claud: Baked Apples ((22:47))

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Things to Know Thursday November 5th

Things to Know Thursday November 5th

ESPN cutting 300 jobs, citing pandemic impact CT Post

FD: High-pressure gas line ruptured on Johnson Street in Bridgeport CT Post

CT attorney general sues to revoke pensions of Perez, Dunn for ‘violating the public trust’ CT Post

Gov. to announce rapid coronavirus test program for CT schools WFSB

Another 751,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week WFSB

2,100 gas customers in Derby, Ansonia see service restored after massive outage WFSB

Denmark finds covid strain that might hamper vaccine effort The Hour

Darien High goes full remote Thursday due to COVID-19 case The Hour

Police: Bridgeport man accused of high-end bicycle theft spree Stamford Advocate

No job losses as Massachusetts firm acquires Stamford IT company Stamford Advocate

Melissa in the Morning: Post Election Changes

Melissa in the Morning: Post Election Changes

1. Senator Blumenthal talks about his 2022 senate campaign and talks the future of voting. ((00:11))
2. Big upset in District 17, Jorge Cabrera came on after claiming victory last night. ((09:35))
3. Winter is coming, gyms are worrisome…if you want a home gym, don’t get duped! The BBB gives us some great tips. ((14:23))

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Things to Know Wednesday November 4th

Things to Know Wednesday November 4th

Live Election results CT Post

East Haddam woman fights coyote off with pitchfork, aided by donkey CT Post

Thousands in Derby, Ansonia lose natural gas service CT Post

2 states added to CT’s travel advisory list CT Post

Republicans narrow Democrats’ path to Senate majority by keeping key GOP seats WFSB

Quinnipiac University declares ‘orange alert’ after seeing dozens of new COVID cases WFSB

Duff declares victory in state Senate race The Hour

North Carolina Republican Madison Cawthorn, 25, will be the youngest member of Congress The Hour

Early count shows Stamford turnout lower than expected Stamford Advocate

Rep. Rosa DeLauro claims victory in 3rd Congressional District race WTNH