Cleveland chips away at its lead-paint problem
The Port of Cleveland criticizes the U.S. Army Corps' Lake Erie plan
Six Sebring residents are found with elevated lead levels
Ohio Rep. Boccieri calls for speedier water warnings
Lead in Drinking Water Could Be a Statewide Problem
Hearings have wrapped up on proposed rates hikes to subsidize coal plants
Investigation of Sebring's Water Problems is Continuing
With East Coast storm over, Cleveland Hopkins flights are returning to normal
Sebring schools closed again as the village tests water for lead
Stark company has a microscopic solution for a big corrosion problem
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Portman says federal EPA needs to step in on notifications of lead problems when the state does not
Ohio's Sen. Brown is sponsoring a bill requiring notice of lead problems
Could conserving the land around Akron's reservoirs make the city money?
Could Fulton airport go from an Akron subsidy to a money maker?
Akron looks at assets like the airport, golf courses and reservoirs
Dettelbach says listening is the key to changing police-community relations
A federal judge gets his first look at the plan to reform Cleveland PD
Dettelbach says his office has made words on paper real to Ohioans
NAACP wants Cleveland police union chief to resign from reform commission
Cleveland's police reform takes a crucial next step
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