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Government and Politics

New Ohio law would force two abortion clinics to close
(Wednesday, September 2, 2015)

The Sierra Club is launching ads against Ohio's U.S. Sen. Rob Portman
(Tuesday, September 1, 2015)

Akron mayoral candidates talk about art and politics
(Tuesday, September 1, 2015)

Marijuana legalization effort loses Twitter handle to hackers
(Monday, August 31, 2015)

President Obama officially renames Mount McKinley as Denali
(Monday, August 31, 2015)

Ohio's Sen. Portman expects Iran nuclear deal to eventually prevail
(Monday, August 31, 2015)

ResponsibleOhio leader says the state is trying to set Issue 3 up for failure
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

Summit County's LaRose calls for on-line campaign finance records for local candidates
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

Ohio's Sen. Portman prepares for reauthorization of drug prevention funding
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

Half a million has already been spent on Akron's mayoral race
(Thursday, August 27, 2015)

 

Economy and Business

Akron celebrates new addition to biomedical corridor
(Monday, August 31, 2015)

Raiding the Quick Bites larder for local honey
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

Quicken Loans Arena will help CSU's Wolstein Center increase bookings
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

Quicken Loans Arena will help book events for CSU's Wolstein Center
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

Korean tire company growing in Northeast Ohio
(Friday, August 21, 2015)

Music fans are taking note of new food choices at Blossom Music Center
(Friday, August 21, 2015)

Akron-based GAR Foundation grants $500,000 for downtown projects
(Thursday, August 20, 2015)

Akron-based Goodyear study reveals seven types of drivers
(Thursday, August 20, 2015)

New report shows growth in white collar jobs for Northeast Ohio
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Heinen's in downtown Cleveland sponsors a contest for food entrepreneurs
(Friday, August 14, 2015)

 

Arts and Entertainment

Akron mayoral candidates discuss the arts tonight
(Monday, August 31, 2015)

Kent State ecologist sidelines as a guitar manufacturing innovator
(Thursday, August 20, 2015)

DEVO mural in Akron is now on display downtown
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Downtown Akron Partnership places pianos downtown for the public to play
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

A skilled craftsman in Kent masters the time-honored art of the luthier
(Thursday, August 13, 2015)

Cleveland Orchestra musicians commemorate Hiroshima and Nagasaki
(Thursday, August 6, 2015)

Cleveland Orchestra names a new Executive Director
(Monday, August 3, 2015)

Akron and Cleveland cartoonists keep us smiling in the kitchen
(Friday, July 31, 2015)

A Cleveland painter transforms the archives of his troubled family into art
(Thursday, July 30, 2015)

Can the Civic pick up where E.J. Thomas is leaving off?
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015)

 

Climate and Weather

Advocacy group: Ohio could lead in clean energy
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Summit County begins spraying for mosquitoes to head off West Nile virus
(Friday, July 10, 2015)

Great Lakes shipping season is off to a slow start due to ice
(Tuesday, April 7, 2015)

NE Ohio cities must rely on temporary pothole fixes for a few more weeks
(Monday, March 16, 2015)

Rain may bring more flooding along the Chagrin River
(Friday, March 13, 2015)

Akron tries to figure out its pothole problem
(Wednesday, March 11, 2015)

Warmer temperatures this week could mean flooding by the weekend
(Monday, March 9, 2015)

Southern Ohio hit hard by winter weather
(Thursday, March 5, 2015)

Extreme winter weather in Ohio may cause more problems for wineries
(Tuesday, February 24, 2015)

A second harsh winter has Ohio cities conserving salt
(Monday, February 23, 2015)

 

Commentary

Thanks from California to that undecided voter in Ohio
(Wednesday, November 14, 2012)

The sound of political silence descends on Ohio
(Tuesday, November 13, 2012)

Gaining that precious hour in the day
(Friday, November 2, 2012)

Ohio military expert weighs in on case of accused Afghan killer
(Monday, March 26, 2012)

The tone of September's songs
(Friday, September 9, 2011)

Anti-social media?
(Monday, March 7, 2011)

A company in transition
(Monday, January 10, 2011)

Learning on the gridiron
(Thursday, September 23, 2010)

Cleveland has many champs
(Monday, June 14, 2010)

Northeast Ohio man loses latest death appeal
(Monday, April 5, 2010)

 

Courts and Crime

Greater Cleveland RTA reports crime is down at the public transit system
(Tuesday, September 1, 2015)

Historic police standards are set, but work is just starting on improving police-community relations
(Sunday, August 30, 2015)

Ohio sets minimum standards for police use of force and recruiting
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

Ohio police-community relations panel has one more month to finalize standards
(Tuesday, August 11, 2015)

University of Cincinnati creates collaborative policing plan
(Monday, August 10, 2015)

Nearly 4 percent of Ohio inmates test positive for drugs
(Monday, August 10, 2015)

C4 confiscated in two Ohio communities
(Thursday, August 6, 2015)

Police still investigating a pair of downtown Cleveland shootings
(Tuesday, August 4, 2015)

Police union pushes to reinstate indicted U of Cincinnati cop
(Friday, July 31, 2015)

Can bodycams solve crimes as well as police the police and community?
(Thursday, July 30, 2015)

 

Cuyahoga County

Could University Circle developments ripple into East Cleveland?
(Sunday, August 30, 2015)

Ohio ACLU applauds Cleveland's new 'mass arrest' rules
(Friday, August 7, 2015)

Cleveland-East Cleveland merger moves one step closer to the ballot
(Friday, July 17, 2015)

Cuyahoga County Board of Health gets $5 million to study teen pregnancy
(Wednesday, July 15, 2015)

Cleveland's Collinwood neighborhood gets $200,000 to beef up the arts
(Monday, July 13, 2015)

Officials say security remains the top priority for Cleveland's 2016 RNC
(Wednesday, July 8, 2015)

Civil rights groups want changes in Cleveland police consent decree
(Tuesday, June 30, 2015)

Cuyahoga prosecutor releases report on the killing of Tamir Rice
(Saturday, June 13, 2015)

Cleveland RTA's Red Line could be 'going green'
(Wednesday, May 27, 2015)

Red Line Greenway concept to be unveiled at community meeting
(Tuesday, May 26, 2015)

 

Education

Stark State College expands again in Akron
(Tuesday, September 1, 2015)

Youngstown students return with a state takeover looming
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

Cleveland Institute of Music's operations under scrutiny
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

Cleveland schools are progressing, but changing rules hinder the effort
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

University of Akron success coaching program moving forward
(Friday, August 21, 2015)

Akron Public Schools still hiring teachers one week before new academic year starts
(Tuesday, August 18, 2015)

Ohio's earlier school start dates may benefit testing
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Cleveland Schools have enough teachers while some districts face shortage
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Canton high school wants "dress for success"
(Thursday, August 6, 2015)

Ohio Board of Education calls for outside review of education department
(Tuesday, August 4, 2015)

 

Environment

Ohio regulators will hear FirstEnergy rate hike proposal Monday
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

Cleveland, Akron each get more than $3.3 million for lead paint clean-up
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

North Canton's Hoover District developers to meet with EPA
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

Ohio natural gas producers are wary of stricter methane regulations
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

Chemical leak at Barberton's water treatment plant causes Wolf Creek to turn blue
(Wednesday, August 19, 2015)

New study finds that road salt affects the health of Northeast Ohio frogs
(Tuesday, August 18, 2015)

Locals aren't waiting for federal law on toxic algae responose
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Fall monarch migration begins as population continues to decline
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Agency OK's continued closing of an eastern Ohio disposal well
(Thursday, August 13, 2015)

The future is uncertain for Ohio's native bee population
(Monday, August 10, 2015)

 

Health and Medicine

Cleveland Clinic to complete take over of Akron General Hospital
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

There are fewer uninsured Ohioans, and Medicaid costs have fallen, too
(Tuesday, August 25, 2015)

Ohio records first West Nile death of 2015
(Wednesday, August 19, 2015)

Cleveland Clinic forcing out McDonald's
(Tuesday, August 18, 2015)

The start of the school year triggers the debate over vaccinations in Ohio, again
(Tuesday, August 11, 2015)

Ohio beefs up vaccination laws but allows parents to opt-out
(Tuesday, August 11, 2015)

Case Western Reserve University study focuses planting in food deserts
(Tuesday, August 11, 2015)

CEO of Planned Parenthood Greater Ohio defends organization
(Thursday, August 6, 2015)

Lakewood man confirmed as probable first case of West Nile virus in Ohio
(Wednesday, July 29, 2015)

Ohio's U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown announces plans to improve Medicare by lowering prescription costs for seniors
(Wednesday, July 29, 2015)

 

Northeast Ohio

Traffic cameras in Akron school zones will be turned on tomorrow
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

Akron considering the future of the B.F. Goodrich smokestacks
(Saturday, August 22, 2015)

World War II-era planes land at MAPS Air Museum though the weekend
(Thursday, August 13, 2015)

Portage County Emergency Management releases a free safety app
(Tuesday, August 11, 2015)

North Canton's historic Hoover smokestack will be rehabbed
(Tuesday, August 11, 2015)

Streetsboro's police chief wants bike patrols
(Tuesday, August 4, 2015)

Portage County commissioners delay a hike on county sales tax
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015)

Bike-share program expands in Cleveland
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015)

Air Force unit gets training and Youngstown gets rid of some eyesores
(Friday, July 24, 2015)

The life of longtime film professor Bob West will be celebrated with multiple memorials
(Monday, July 13, 2015)

 

Ohio

Cincinnati police investigate a Taser death
(Tuesday, September 1, 2015)

Two Ohio charters close as the school year begins
(Friday, August 28, 2015)

Hundreds of people have been arrested after a series of drug raids in Ohio
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

University of Cincinnati cop accused of killing a motorist wants his trial moved
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

Youngstown schools begin a new year after suing the state
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

Ohio school board members renew their call for a charter investigation
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

State creates panel to look at Ohio charter school sponsors
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

New report shows total amount of money invested in local businesses during year's Gay Games
(Thursday, August 20, 2015)

USDA projects smaller crop yields for Ohio's farmers this year
(Tuesday, August 18, 2015)

Ohio gets share of 71 million dollar settlement against Amgen
(Tuesday, August 18, 2015)

 

People

Congressman Louis Stokes is remembered as a man who overcame tough odds
(Tuesday, August 25, 2015)

Hundreds celebrate the life of Congressman Louis Stokes
(Tuesday, August 25, 2015)

First Movement for Black Lives conference ends with unrest Cleveland
(Monday, July 27, 2015)

Louis Stokes announces he has brain and lung cancer
(Monday, July 20, 2015)

Signs warning of fireworks' effects on PTSD vets may have consequences, too
(Thursday, July 2, 2015)

Many Ohioans struggle to keep rented roofs over their heads
(Monday, June 29, 2015)

Medina County librarian wins national award
(Sunday, June 28, 2015)

Ohio's Sen. Portman says gay marriage is a time for Americans to unite
(Saturday, June 27, 2015)

Historic housing complex in Youngstown gets a new purpose for vets
(Tuesday, June 16, 2015)

Northern Cheyenne find common ground with Akron students
(Thursday, May 21, 2015)

 

Science and Technology

Longtime Cleveland duo gets $18.5 million to research AIDS/HIV
(Tuesday, August 25, 2015)

Exploradio: The power of NO
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

Kent State professor gets $180,000 to research organic LED technology
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

New gene splicing tool could revolutionize stem cell and other therapies
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Exploradio: Archaic Ohio uncovered in Lorain County
(Monday, August 10, 2015)

B-29 bomber pilot’s son to speak about father’s famous A-Bomb mission
(Thursday, August 6, 2015)

Exploradio: The promise and the hype of graphene
(Monday, July 20, 2015)

The evolutionary psychology of mating
(Thursday, July 9, 2015)

Frontier Communications gets nearly $23 million to expand broadband access in Ohio
(Wednesday, June 17, 2015)

California-based organization envisions Ohio being fossil-fuel free by 2050
(Monday, June 15, 2015)

 

Social Issues

Ohio League of Women Voters formerly endorses redistricting proposal
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

Ohio adopts a new program aimed at problem gamblers
(Tuesday, August 25, 2015)

Ohio Department of Education orders corrective actions in 14 school districts
(Thursday, August 20, 2015)

Feds warn Ohio not to import drugs for lethal injections
(Wednesday, August 19, 2015)

Ohio sees increase in traffic fatalities
(Tuesday, August 18, 2015)

Groups opposing legalizing marijuana team up for campaign
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

Bad weather keeping students away from summer food programs
(Monday, August 17, 2015)

The Greater Cleveland Partnership opposes marijuana legalization in Ohio
(Wednesday, August 5, 2015)

New bill would require drug testing to receive Ohio welfare benefits
(Wednesday, August 5, 2015)

New bill would allow drug testing for families on state assistance
(Tuesday, August 4, 2015)

 

Stark County

Massillon Tigers still hope to start football season with their mascot, Obie
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

Another blending of public art and football passion in Canton
(Thursday, August 6, 2015)

Canton Youth Symphony is named orchestra of the year
(Wednesday, June 24, 2015)

Hall of Fame plans to unveil economic projections for its massive expansion
(Monday, May 18, 2015)

Canton City Council approves $250,000 for pothole repairs
(Tuesday, April 14, 2015)

Assisted living for Hall of Famers: If they build it, will they come?
(Friday, January 30, 2015)

Canton house explosion shakes the fire station
(Thursday, January 8, 2015)

 

Summit County

Volunteers begin cleanup of Essex School after a group vandalized the property
(Tuesday, August 18, 2015)

Cuyahoga Falls offers free signs for residents to encourage slow driving
(Friday, August 14, 2015)

New study identifies Akron areas exposing children to higher lead levels
(Friday, August 14, 2015)

University of Akron administration promises better communication
(Thursday, August 13, 2015)

Judge turns down pipeline's request for restraining orders in Summit County
(Wednesday, August 12, 2015)

U of Akron trustees meet amid continuing controversy
(Tuesday, August 11, 2015)

Twinsburg hosts its 40th Twins Days this weekend
(Friday, August 7, 2015)

City of Green welcomes free-of-charge textile recycling service
(Thursday, July 16, 2015)

First Akron mayoral debate focuses on calls for collaboration
(Wednesday, July 15, 2015)

Rep. Greta Johnson calls the University of Akron's new fee "not very genuine"
(Tuesday, July 14, 2015)

 

National Issues

Ohio Republicans protest the loss of Mt. McKinley
(Tuesday, September 1, 2015)

Ohio firefighters help battle wildfires in California and Oregon
(Monday, August 31, 2015)

The Iran debate follows Marcia Fudge back to Akron
(Wednesday, August 26, 2015)

New study looks at teacher's expectations for students by race
(Monday, August 24, 2015)

Founder of Americans for Tax Reform likes John Kasich's record
(Monday, August 10, 2015)

GOP broadsides sadden Cleveland immigrants
(Friday, August 7, 2015)

Another piece of Canton's "The Eleven" takes shape downtown
(Wednesday, August 5, 2015)

Ohio EPA wants a legal review of the Federal Clean Power Plan
(Monday, August 3, 2015)

Ohio politicians rally against Planned Parenthood
(Tuesday, July 28, 2015)

Dozens of new citizens take their oaths in Akron
(Tuesday, June 30, 2015)

 

Sports

Pluto: What Cleveland fans don't know about Mark Shapiro
(Wednesday, September 2, 2015)

After 25 years, the architect of the Indians is heading to Toronto
(Monday, August 31, 2015)

Mark Shapiro trades the Indians for the Blue Jays
(Monday, August 31, 2015)

Cleveland Indians may see a loss -- on the field and financially
(Sunday, August 30, 2015)

New University of Akron athletic director meets the public
(Tuesday, August 25, 2015)

Terry Pluto goes on the trail of one of baseball's greatest mysteries
(Wednesday, August 19, 2015)

Pluto: How the Indians' blockbuster deal went bust
(Wednesday, August 12, 2015)

NFL Hall of Fame celebrates the past and begins its transformation
(Monday, August 10, 2015)

Fellow NFL Hall of Famers remember Junior Seau as a player and a person
(Friday, August 7, 2015)

Cleveland Indians trade Nick Swisher and Michael Bourn
(Friday, August 7, 2015)

 

Other Stories

Rediscovering 'The Akron Sound' of Clone Records
(Thursday, February 5, 2015)

Malaya and Makalu meet their public
(Friday, July 4, 2014)

Columbus grows while Northeast Ohio's population drops
(Thursday, May 22, 2014)

Muskingum Water Conservancy District turns over addresses
(Friday, April 4, 2014)

Winter weather slows local growers
(Tuesday, March 11, 2014)

Rising temperatures likely to cause flooding
(Monday, February 17, 2014)

"Giving" of a different kind marks Martin Luther King's holiday
(Monday, January 20, 2014)

Cleveland police says killings of transgender women were hate crimes
(Monday, December 16, 2013)

Defense planners look at northeast Ohio
(Thursday, September 12, 2013)

Floods in Barberton force evacuation of nearly two dozen elderly people
(Thursday, July 11, 2013)

 
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