Aaron has been working with RCRG since August of 2008 covering various news and sporting events. He graduated in 2003 from St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron. He then went onto the University of Akron in May of 2008 with a degree in Radio/TV & Media Productions and a minor in Psychology. It was at WZIP & ZTV where Aaron developed a passion for radio especially Sports Radio. While attending the University of Akron you could hear Aaron on Sundays doing the "Sports Power Talk" program. Aaron covers City Hall, County Council and Akron School Board beats and handles traffic updates weekday afternoons on 1590 WAKR, 97.5 WONE and 94.9 WQMX. You can contact Aaron through the newsroom 330-864-6397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Lee Gill, professor at the University Of Akron, spoke with Ray Horner about the passing of former South African president Nelson Mandela and his impact worldwide.
Stow Mayor Sara Drew spoke with WAKR's Ray Horner about plans to give the Stow-Kent Plaza a new lease on life.
Neil Sapienza, associate dean of the University of Akron's Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences spoke to WAKR's Ray Horner about the questions surround the future of the school's theater arts program.
James Slowiak, Theater Professor At The University Of Akron, spoke with Ray about the future of the university's theatre arts program and why he and others are opposed to the program possibly shutting down.
Jim Donovan, the play-by-play voice of the Cleveland Browns, spoke about his life-saving bone marrow transplant with WAKR's Ray Horner. He also spoke about having Thanksgiving dinner with the man who donated his bone marrow to the longtime broadcaster.
Steve Buehrer, administrator/CEO of the Bureau of Workers' Compensation spoke with WAKR's Ray Horner about grants being available for businesses in regards to health and safety.
Summit County Executive Russ Pry spoke with WAKR's Ray Horner about the opening of the Hard Rock Rocksino in Northfield in less than two weeks.
Tim Stried, Director of Information Services for the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) spoke to Ray Horner about Trotwood-Madison, the opponent for St. Vincent-St Mary in the Division III State Finals this Thursday in high school football.
Petty Officer 1st Class Scott Lyons of Wadsworth discusses being named 2013 NMETC Sailor of the Year with WAKR's Ray Horner.
Christy Page, President and CEO of the Akron Better Business Bureau spoke with Ray about what to look for when it comes to charities and scams.
Jon Lucas, President of the Hard Rock Rocksino, joined Ray in studio to talk about the grand opening of the Hard Rock Rocksino in Northfield.
James Blair and Josh Raggi With Come Home LeBron.com spoke with Aaron and Jasen about trying to get the Akron native and NBA star to come back to Northeast Ohio and suit up for the Wine and Gold once again.
The "Voice of the Buckeyes" Paul Keels spoke with Aaron Coleman and Jasen Sokol about the OSU/Michigan game and what the rivalry means to the Buckeyes.
Tom Lombardo, the Highland High School Football coach spoke to Jasen and Aaron about the Hornets' appearance in the State Semifinals against Glenville.
U.S. Congressman Jim Renacci (R) spoke with Aaron Coleman and Jasen Sokol about the CARES Act which benefit seniors as well as questions surrounding the Affordable Care Act.
Dan Boarman, the head coach of the St. Vincent St. Mary Fighting Irish spoke with Aaron Coleman and Jasen Sokol on the Morning Show about his team playing in the State Semifinals against Columbus Marion Franklin.
UA Professor Of Political Science Karl Kaltenthaler joined the morning show to talk about the Iran nuclear weapons deal.
Former Secret Service Agent Paul Landis spoke with WAKR's Ray Horner, reflecting on his time being on detail during the time President Kennedy was shot 50 years ago today.
Tim Dimoff, President and CEO of SACS Consulting Services spoke with WAKR's Ray Horner about the changes in airport security and the "Stand Your Ground "Law.
U.S Senator Sherrod Brown spoke with Ray Horner about legislation regarding harness restraints and seat belts being in large buses.
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