Photo of a bike at the program's announcement

AAA is now offering emergency roadside service for bicycles in the Cincinnati, Dayton and Toledo areas.

Auto club Members can now call for assistance if they have a flat tire, broken chain, or any other bicycle problem.

Spokeswoman Cheryl Parker says AAA will send a vehicle to a stranded cyclist, pick up the bike, and give them a ride home or to a repair shop.

Cleveland RNC logo

More Northeast Ohioans believe this summer’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland will have a long-term positive impact on the city. But at the same time fewer of them are excited about the event.  Those are the findings of a second Baldwin Wallace University survey on the RNC.

Photo of famed DJ Alan Freed

On Saturday, the ashes of legendary disc jockey Alan Freed are due to come to their final resting place.

Freed blended a love of music with a dynamic radio personality to make an indelible mark on American popular culture.

For Ohio Public Radio, WCPN's David C. Barnett has this remembrance of the man who gave Rock and Roll its name.

Photo of John Kasich after winning the Ohio primary

Gov. John Kasich’s exit from the Republican presidential campaign raises a lot of questions about his future and the future of his party.

When Gov. John Kasich dropped out of the race, he thanked everyone, including Ohioans.

“The people of Ohio have given me the greatest professional experience of my lifetime,” Kasich said.

Photo of Ohio Auditor Dave Yost

Ohio’s auditor is repeating his strident criticism of his party’s apparent presidential nominee – though he’s hedging ever-so-slightly on his pledge to NEVER vote for Donald Trump under any circumstances. Auditor David Yost raised a stir in February when he declared on Facebook he would not campaign or vote for Donald Trump or even attend the RNC convention in Cleveland if Trump were the GOP nominee.

His latest Facebook post underscores why he felt that way then – and now. He wrote, in part, “My concern has never been just the Trump positions I disagree with -- that's part of politics -- it's the evidence that points to an utter lack of principled convictions.”