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In Auburn, Finger Lakes News Radio is heard on 98.1 FM and 1590 AM WAUB.
Finger Lakes News Radio brings you the news you need to know to live your life. Not Rochester news, not Syracuse news, Finger Lakes news. Our news team knows where the stories are hidden and we find them.
The information begins weekday mornings with the Finger Lakes Morning News from 5:30-9, hosted by Ted Baker. Ted's been bonding with radio audiences for over 37 years. He's got his own take on the day's events, and he's not afraid to share it. Steve Penstone covers local news in Cayuga County.
CBS News covers the world at the top and bottom of every hour, which includes the full 10-minute World News Roundup every weekday morning at eight o'clock. Kevin Williams from News 10 NBC has 30 years of experience forecasting Finger Lakes weather like no one else can, plus there's sports, the financial market preview with David DeCourcey and newsmaker guests. Listen to the Finger Lakes Morning News and when someone at work asks you "did you hear?" you'll be able to answer "yes."
Finger Lakes News Radio carries some of the most popular syndicated programs in the country, like Imus in the Morning, Bill Nojay (left), Clark Howard, Dave Ramsey and Coast to Coast AM.
We bring you live play-by-play coverage of Auburn Maroons football and basketball, plus other selected Cayuga County High School sports. We also bring you Auburn Doubledays baseball, Syracuse Orange football and basketball and we're the Finger Lakes official home of the 2009 and 2012 Super Bowl champion New York Giants.
Nobody beats Finger Lakes News Radio when it comes to special event coverage, from Sarah Palin's visit to Auburn to our non-stop daylong live coverage of the ice storm in April, 2003. Working to keep you informed and entertained 24 hours a day, every day. Finger Lakes News Radio.
Steve is our new Auburn news anchor and co-host of the Finger Lakes Morning News on 98.1/1590 WAUB. Steve comes to Finger Lakes News Radio after a long career in law enforcement, followed by a transition to radio with stations in Colorado and Pennsylvania, the Radio PA network and Accuweather, where he covered Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf coast in 2005. Steve will also do play-by-play sports on WAUB, drawing on his experience as play-by-play voice of the Penn State hockey team and his work with CBS Sports Network. Welcome Steve to Auburn and Cayuga County as the newest member of the Finger Lakes News Radio team.