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Our morning show has been celebrating Halloween since last week and we ended it with tons of fun today. We even had a special appearance from Oogie Boogie!
WKYC turns 70
The year: 1948. Harry Truman was in the White House. America's young soldiers had returned home from the second World War. And on Oct. 31, this station signed on for the first time under our original call letters: WNBK.
WKYC turns 70 today and we're going all out to celebrate. We even got a special shoutout from out friends at the Today show, and from Snoop Dogg, who recently stopped by our studios.
Here comes the Halloween bride
Halloween is a big day for weddings and we found one cool couple tying the knot. Our Jasmine Monroe spent the morning at Sol in Willoughby, where one couple will say "I do" later today.