Things to Know: September 10th

Things to Know: September 10th

Connecticut’s Halloween attractions release rules for 2021 season CT Post Hours before NFL kickoff, feds approve sports gambling in CT CT Post ‘Hocus Pocus 2’ casting for extras in New England CT Post Westport police remind residents that stealing signs is a crime CT Post 25 things to do this weekend in Connecticut, Sept. 10-12…

Melissa in the Morning: Kids Getting Covid

Melissa in the Morning: Kids Getting Covid

Dr. Browne talked about the mu variant and why kids are getting covid more and more compared to last year.  IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus

Melissa in the Morning: Furious and Frustrated

Melissa in the Morning: Furious and Frustrated

1. Senator Blumenthal explains why he is “furious” and “frustrated” over Afghanistan. ((00:10))2. Our cyber security expert talked about phishing scams and how to make and remember solid passwords. ((07:55))3. The BBB says millions of young people are duped by employment scams. Besides being offered a fake job, what’s the risk? ((22:51)) IMAGE CREDIT: iStock /…

WICC Pet of The Week

WICC Pet of The Week

Winston is a white and tabby cat, approximately a year old. He pretends to be independent but as you can see from the picture he really just wants chin scratches from all of his friends. He still has some of the playfulness and curiosity of a kitten, but is  already old enough to have lovely…

Things to Know: September 8th

Things to Know: September 8th

Thunderstorms, heavy downpours headed to CT, weather service says CT Post Latin Music Festival returns to Stratford Sunday CT Post Jane Ryan kindergarten teacher named Trumbull teacher of the year CT Post Annual 9/11 tribute ride falls on 20th anniversary, expected to draw thousands CT Post Concert Connection: Billy Idol headlines at the Big E…

Melissa in the Morning: Healing Our Heroes

Melissa in the Morning: Healing Our Heroes

1. Director, Michael Gier, shares his latest film addressing PTSD after 9-11. We learned about a new treatment helping first responders. ((00:10))2. Listen to your body! Amy Llinas talks about aging bodies and how to take care of them. ((13:27))3. David Mestre teaches why physics is behind the rubber band thumb gun. ((20:05)) IMAGE CREDIT:…

Melissa in the Morning: Gas Tax

Melissa in the Morning: Gas Tax

1. Senator Kevin Kelly pushed his Stop the Gas tax initiative ahead of a potential special session. ((00:10))2. Krista Carnes answered listener questions about creating and fixing your social media profiles. ((07:55))3. Julius Dudics talks about the importance of surrounding yourself with positive relationships. ((20:08)) IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus

Enter to win: Paul Anka at Ridgefield Playhouse

Enter to win: Paul Anka at Ridgefield Playhouse

Paul Anka sings Sinatra comes to the Ridgefield Playhouse on Wednesday November 10, 2021 at 8pm. Tickets are on sale at www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org. Enter to win a pair of tickets! Your browser does not support iframes. Please visit https://wicc600.listenernetwork.com/Contest/1ACUWQ.

Cooking with Claud: Quiche Lorraine

Cooking with Claud: Quiche Lorraine

INGREDIENTS:– 9 inch baked pie shell– ½-1 lb. of bacon– 1-1 ½ cup of sharp cheddar– 3 eggs– Dash nutmeg– Dash cayenne– 1-1/2 cup light cream– ¾ tsp. salt

Melissa in the Morning: Rosh Hashanah

Melissa in the Morning: Rosh Hashanah

Rabbi Landa of Fairfield talked about the Jewish new year and the significance. ((00:10)) Congressman Jim Himes talks about the latest out of Afghanistan. ((09:17)) Gary Farrar Jr. talked about the goals of the democratic party in Ansonia ahead of the Board of Alderman election. ((19:27)) IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus