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Kluber won the AL Cy Young award at the end of the season. He had an 18-9 record with a 2.44 ERA last year.

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Pluto: Indians ace Kluber is a refreshing sports success story
Story by Amanda Rabinowitz
Cleveland got a lot of attention in the sports world this past weekend when reports surfaced that Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon failed another drug test…This time, for alcohol. But, WKSU commentator and Plain Dealer columnist Terry Pluto says another Cleveland sports story deserves more attention: Indians Cy Young winner Corey Kluber.
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Akron's Highland Square celebrates community spirit and public art
Angels Falls Coffee Company has a new ceramic tile facade and a colorful sign made by neighborhood artists
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Q&A: An outsider's evaluation of Akron's police recruiting effort
David Harris says Akron seems to have taken all the right steps with its outreach; now comes testing, screening and training
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Ohio lawmakers could vote on 20-week abortion ban and heartbeat bill soon
Pro-life groups remain split on support of the bills
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Exploradio: Improving the lives of paralyzed people
A Cleveland researcher is making progress on the long road of repairing spinal cord injuries
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Study shows raising the cigarette tax a dollar could raise $342 million
Study supports Gov. Kasich's plans for a tobacco tax
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South Korean cosmetics company opens first American plant in Solon
Lt. Governer touts Cosmax's new plant as proof economic policies are working
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Is Ohio's Utica shale play going bust or just hitting a lull?
Drillling activity in the Utica Shale deposits of eastern Ohio is decreasing, rapidly
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Advocates are concerned Ohio is ready to roll back Medicaid expansion - Addiction advocate says the program has helped substance abusers
 
Ohio's Board of Regents is tackling Lake Erie's algae problem - The college board dedicates $2 million for statewide university research into Ohio water issues  -- including toxic algae blooms
 
Ohio House Dems stress education and health care - Democrats say they're returning to their basics while facing a daunting Republican majority
 
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Listen to Folk Alley's Best of 2014 Stream

In December, Folk Alley listeners voted on their favorite new music from 2014. Top CD lists from the DJs and staff were mixed in and Folk Alley produced a seven-hour stream of the very best from the past year. Listen now!

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