The Indians clinch
Cleveland Indians

  Cleveland’s magical year in sports rolls on, with the Indians celebrating their first American League Central title in nearly a decade. They clinched a postseason berth by beating rival Detroit on Monday. WKSU commentator Terry Pluto says clinching the division on the Tiger’s home field made a statement. 


Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton was still basking in what many regarded as Hillary Clinton's big win in the first presidential debate this week. And so were the roughly 400 people gathered to hear him in a high school gym in Cleveland last night (Tuesday). WKSU’s M.L. Schultze reports:

“Anybody watch that debate last night? Whoa!"

photo of a Clinton debate watch party

Among the tens of millions of people watching last night’s first presidential debate were dozens of volunteers and supporters in central Ohio, at gatherings put together by the Clinton and Trump campaigns. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler stopped by two of them.

In a house in Groveport south of Columbus, a few dozen guests are spread out on chairs and sofas in the living room and the finished basement party room, watching their candidate Hillary Clinton.

Homeless voter registration

Some of the estimated 3,000 homeless people in Cleveland are getting some help today registering to vote in November’s presidential election.  The Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless set up registration tables at three shelters to help give them a voice in the country’s direction. 

Photo of Kathleen Clyde
The Ohio House of Representatives

A state lawmaker says a newly issued court ruling will mean 1.2 million voters will be added back onto Ohio's voter rolls.

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted improperly removed voters from the rolls. Husted said he was removing dead voters, those who hadn’t voted often enough or those who had moved. Democratic Representative Kathleen Clyde says some of those will be restored now due to this recent court ruling.