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The American Pickers Want To Pick You!

The American Pickers are coming to Ohio! Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz from “American Pickers” on the History Channel will be filming throughout the region this June! Their show consists of them going from coast to coast, finding some of the country’s most valuable antiques. Mike and Frank are always on the hunt for items they have never seen before ... Read More »

Local News

Listen to the latest local news by clicking the link above Local and regional news can be heard weekdays on WLEC starting at 6 AM and continuing through 6 PM. Local and regional news can be heard weekdays on WCPZ 102.7 FM & WMJK 100.9 FM starting at 6 AM and continuing through 10 AM, with another newscast scheduled at ... Read More »

North Coast Journal

The News Department also produces our public affairs program, North Coast Journal.  This long form interview program offers conversations with area news makers and regional topics of interest.  We will post the interview segments here for your on demand listening. North Coast Journal can be heard every Sunday morning on all three of our stations, including at 6 AM on ... Read More »

Orlando Pace Tribute Show

The Orlando Pace Tribute show originally aired on sister-station 1450 AM WLEC on August 5, 2016, the eve of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement. The Big O was selected for football’s highest honor in 2016. Hosted by fellow Sandusky High School Hall of Fame Broadcaster, Mark Fogg, you can hear from former coaches including Ohio State’s John Cooper, broadcasters including ... Read More »

The Mayflies Are Here!

If you live or travel along the lakeshore, you’re going to see a lot of mayflies. Winds blow the bugs inland. There are sometimes piles of them under streetlights. If you’re visiting the area, the creepy bugs don’t bite and are a sign that Lake Erie is cleaner.  The bugs hatch in the water where they are eaten by fish. ... Read More »

What’s A Giant Duck Doing At Barnes Nursery?

Ryan Whaley is part owner of the World’s Biggest Rubber Duck, which was being stored at Barnes Nursery over the winter.  It’s being cleaned off this week before heading to Green Bay, then Duluth later this summer.  You can view it at Barnes in Huron Tuesday and Wednesday, but Wednesday’s weather is expected to be gusty, so the giant duck may ... Read More »

WAKEMAN’S EMILY KEENER SENT HOME ON THE VOICE

(Photo: screen shot of Emily from the Monday April 18 episode of The Voice) Wakeman’s Emily Keener was sent home at the end of last night’s The Voice. She ended up in the bottom two with Owen Danoff, but he was the recipient of the first fan Insta-Save of the season. The top 11 move on next week. Congratulations to ... Read More »

Sandusky’s Orlando Pace Elected To Pro Football Hall Of Fame

Congratulations to Sandusky’s Orlando Pace on being voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame during the NFL Honors Awards Saturday night.  (Photo: screen shot from NFL Honors Awards broadcast on CBS) Also on that show, Charles Woodson won the Art Rooney Sportsmanship award and honored his hometown when he gave a shout out to his Fremont Ross Little Giants. Read More »

WLEC Extends Cleveland Indians Coverage Through 2020

WLEC Extends Cleveland Indians Coverage Through 2020 1450 AM WLEC has extended its affiliation agreement with the Cleveland Indians for an additional five years through the 2020 season. The Sandusky affiliate is the longest continuous tenured station in the Cleveland Indians Radio Network. WLEC signed on air in December of 1947 and immediately began carrying Cleveland Indians games during the ... Read More »

WATERSKIING ON LAKE ERIE IN DECEMBER!

Sandusky brothers Ryan & Chad Whaley, their dad, Tom Whaley, and their friend, Aaron Jacobs, shared the video on Facebook page of them waterskiing off of downtown Sandusky Sunday, when temps were unseasonably warm, in the 60s. As of Monday evening, it had been shared more than 1,600 times, and was featured on The Weather Channel and Good Morning America. ... Read More »