Ohio's environmental groups set priorities for 2015
Story by Andy Chow
The state’s major environmental advocates are weighing in on what they’d like to see accomplished at the Ohio Statehouse this year. As Correspondent Andy Chow reports, it all starts with supporting green energy. Full story
There's no off-season for the Cleveland International Film Festival The CIFF runs March 18-29, but the staff is always busy planning events, designing programs and choosing programming More
Pluto: Indians ace Kluber is a refreshing sports success story In the midst of drama surrounding Browns players Josh Gordon and Johnny Manziel, Pluto says Kluber's remarkable season deserves the spotlight More
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 More
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 More
A crowd calls for bodycams and the Bible to straighten out Cleveland police
U.S. Attorney Dettelbach and Mayor Jackson say there's no timeline for the consent decree Full story
Ohio Senate Republicans announce a top-10 list of priorities
Minimizing drug abuse, reforming education and affordable college are priorities Full story
Ohio Gov. Kasich, Kentucky's Beshear talk taxes and tolls on a bridge
The two governors say there's a deal to share the cost and the tolls Full story
It's music in the air with Ani DiFranco at the House of Blues, Reverend Horton Heat at the Beachland, John Mellencamp at PlayhouseSquare, the Ragbirds at Music, Jeff Daniels at the Music Box - and more this week in Northeast Ohio.
Take a glimpse into a world you can't see with Invisibilia (Latin for all the invisible things). This new program about the unseen forces that shape human behavior —ideas, beliefs, assumptions and thoughts— is produced by NPR's Science Desk. It will have a run of six one-hour episodes in its pilot season and will air Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m.
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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