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International Trade Commission rules six countries dumped cheap steel
(Friday, August 22, 2014)

Cleveland commission chooses famous architect to design bridge
(Thursday, August 21, 2014)

Cleveland's Fudge and the Black Caucus fight end of the NFL blackout rule
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

Bureau of Workers’ Compensation to give out more than $1 billion in rebates
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

Levies on Ohio's August ballot were the lowest number in a decade
(Tuesday, August 12, 2014)

Head of Cleveland anti-poverty agency charged with bribery
(Tuesday, August 12, 2014)

Ohio adds an Office of Human Services Innovation
(Tuesday, August 12, 2014)

DeWine denies he did anything wrong in investigation of sexual harassment
(Tuesday, August 12, 2014)

Ohio's constitutional update could eliminate school funding mandate
(Thursday, August 7, 2014)

Will Northeast Ohio house a key piece of the U.S. missile defense shield?
(Wednesday, August 6, 2014)


Economy and Business

U.S. Labor Secretary stops by Cleveland to talk about job trends
(Thursday, August 21, 2014)

Medina County residents question safety of proposed natural gas pipeline
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

Ohio think tank: Lower paying jobs replace the better ones lost to the recession
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

Ohio Turnpike to look for advertisers for a range, from snowplows to dog trails
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

Akron, Cleveland EV charging stations on hold
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

Ohio examining regulations for rideshare companies
(Sunday, August 17, 2014)

Advice for those seeking their first jobs in Ohio
(Sunday, August 17, 2014)

KeyBank says lending is at its highest since the recession
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

Gay Games bring estimated $56.7 million boost to local economy
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

Unemployment rate is up in Ohio
(Friday, August 15, 2014)


Arts and Entertainment

Downtown Cleveland Alliance raises money for a downtown dog park
(Tuesday, August 12, 2014)

Alan Freed's ashes leaving the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
(Sunday, August 3, 2014)

Canton installs the first piece of a $2.2 million public art project
(Tuesday, July 29, 2014)

Canton installs the first of "The Eleven"
(Tuesday, July 29, 2014)

Cleveland Museum of Art attendance approaches 600,000
(Monday, July 28, 2014)

Cleveland Foundation puts $8 million toward Cleveland Public Square redo
(Tuesday, July 15, 2014)

Remembering former Cleveland Orchestra Conductor Lorin Maazel
(Monday, July 14, 2014)

Canton, Cleveland and Detroit all stake claims to R&B Hall of Fame
(Monday, July 14, 2014)

Former Cleveland Music Director Maazel dies at age 84
(Sunday, July 13, 2014)

Nightlight Cinema trying to bring back Akron Film Festival
(Tuesday, July 8, 2014)



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)


Crime and Courts

Akron mayor wants the FBI to review all police shootings
(Thursday, August 21, 2014)

Kasich supports an investigation into a fatal police shooting in SW Ohio
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

Cleveland drug court to give overdose drug to Heroin addicts
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

Ohio's chief justice sets up a task force to study legal aid for poor people
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

Chevy truck was Ohio's most stolen car in the last year
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

Ohio Attorney General gets more than 50 complaints of water price gouging
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

Alleged cat-kicker charged in Akron
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

AG candidate Pepper wants to tighten drug sentences
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

Federal judge delays executions in Ohio until 2015
(Monday, August 11, 2014)

Former Medical Mutual exec charged in 16-year embezzlement scheme
(Monday, August 11, 2014)



HUD accuses Kent State of housing discrimination involving a service dog
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

Common Core repeal bill lacks some needed supporters
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

A national exhibit helps a Stark County town deal with a racial past
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

Cleveland area's younger population ranks eighth in advanced degrees
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

Common Core opponents push bill to repeal the education guidelines -- a move supporters of the core say is built on myth
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

Gov. Kasich says Tressel is part of the sun rising over Youngstown
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

New YSU President Tressel briefs reporters
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

As charter schools close, Democrats are pushing for reforms
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

Youngstown State reaches tentative agreement with faculty union
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

School costs and spending increase, pinching Ohio family budgets
(Friday, August 15, 2014)



Ohio Supreme Court hears drilling cases worth tens of millions of dollars
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

Cleveland Foundation pledges $5 million to link the lake and the river
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

Will $150 million be enough to fight Ohio's toxic algae problem?
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

Ohio farmers and environmental groups debate efforts to reduce algae growth
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

Carrollton, before and after fracking became a mainstay of life
(Thursday, August 14, 2014)

Ohio EPA announces hundreds of millions to combat toxic algae
(Thursday, August 14, 2014)

What do Ohio farmers need to do to control Lake Erie problems?
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

Even as heavy rain hits, the NE Ohio storm response plan remains on hold
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

Ohio House agriculture chairman to lead algae study
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

OSU researchers aim to curb farm runoff and reduce algae blooms
(Monday, August 11, 2014)


Health and Medicine

Ohio gets bad policy ratings from the American Cancer Society
(Thursday, August 21, 2014)

Taiwanese health officials visit Cleveland to look into senior care
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

Case Western Reserve University hosts cancer stem cell conference
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

SummaCare ordered to suspend Medicare enrollment
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

Cleveland Clinic is building a $274 million cancer center to consolidate treatment
(Thursday, August 14, 2014)

Ohio's uninsured rate drops to nearly 10 percent
(Tuesday, August 12, 2014)

Toledo abortion clinic gets a stay while it fights a state-mandated shutdown
(Tuesday, August 12, 2014)

Exploradio: Tackling concussions in youth sports
(Monday, August 11, 2014)

Case researchers try to train nurses to get more cancer patients into clinical trials
(Monday, August 11, 2014)

Ohio's rural poverty rates are rising, affecting children's health
(Monday, August 11, 2014)



Kent State rolls out its new campus food truck
(Friday, August 22, 2014)

Local foods fervor fuels Ohio's food product innovation
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

Cupcakes for LeBron
(Friday, August 8, 2014)

From table to farm: Chef Ben Bebenroth will grow his own local foods
(Friday, August 1, 2014)

Why go gluten-free?
(Friday, July 25, 2014)

Grown out roots in Ashland are a good thing
(Friday, July 18, 2014)

A meaty matter on which Jews and Muslims agree
(Friday, July 11, 2014)

The great potato-salad Kickstarter may end up paying off for charity
(Thursday, July 10, 2014)

Grill like a gourmet this Fourth of July
(Friday, July 4, 2014)

Visual and culinary arts combine in an ancient Japanese ritual
(Friday, June 27, 2014)



Bank of America deal could boost landbanks in Ohio, but not meet the needs
(Thursday, August 21, 2014)

Ohio's unemployment rate creeps up
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

Ohio EPA announces more than $100 million to fight algae blooms
(Thursday, August 14, 2014)

RTA disrupted by the consequences of heavy rain -- again
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

FCC Commissioner Pai talks about blackouts, net neutrality and public TV
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

OSU president says his decision on firing the band director is final
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

Republicans vote on Cleveland in Chicago this afternoon
(Friday, August 8, 2014)

Cavs trading Wiggins, Bennett for Love; Indians upgrade Progressive
(Thursday, August 7, 2014)

The feds may no longer need Dayton's help with immigrant crisis
(Thursday, August 7, 2014)

NASA and weather researchers team up to track Lake Erie's toxic algae
(Wednesday, August 6, 2014)



Supporters rally ahead of same-sex marriage court hearing
(Wednesday, August 6, 2014)

Twinsburg seeing double during Twins Days
(Saturday, August 2, 2014)

Homeless LGBTQ youth at special risk
(Tuesday, July 22, 2014)

Fireworks can be hazardous for combat veterans
(Thursday, July 3, 2014)

One of Ohio's most politically watched trials is wrapping up
(Wednesday, June 25, 2014)

A talk with the new leader of Youngstown State University
(Friday, June 20, 2014)

Campers exposed to excessive chlorine at Portage County pool
(Tuesday, June 17, 2014)

"Perfect storm' of beer and frustration hit Cleveland 40 years ago tonight
(Wednesday, June 4, 2014)

Sandra Pianalto wraps up 31 years at the Cleveland Fed
(Wednesday, May 28, 2014)

Ohio Guard unit prepares to deploy to Afghanistan
(Wednesday, May 28, 2014)



Ohio Senate president weighs in on Common Core -- without committing
(Friday, August 22, 2014)

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown says he has no interest in becoming president
(Friday, August 22, 2014)

Pepper says DeWine's million dollar contracts dwarf his parking tickets
(Friday, August 22, 2014)

Faith leaders hold week-long prayer vigil at Ohio Statehouse
(Thursday, August 21, 2014)

Cleveland Congresswoman Fudge says politics block job creation
(Thursday, August 21, 2014)

What competition? Ohio Gov. Kasich runs as if unopposed
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

Top staffers are leaving the FitzGerald gubernatorial campaign
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

A political scientist discusses the limited options for Ohio's Democrats
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

A small group of tea party and Democrats protest at Kasich campaign stop
(Tuesday, August 19, 2014)

Liberal Ohio think tank says tax breaks have benefited the rich and corporate
(Monday, August 18, 2014)


Science and Technology

Kent State professor wins national architecture award
(Sunday, August 17, 2014)

Exploradio: In search of walking whales
(Monday, August 4, 2014)

NASA looks to partner with private industry and the public
(Wednesday, July 23, 2014)

Exploradio: The roots of aggression
(Monday, July 21, 2014)

Exploradio: Lake Guardian studies our impact on the Great Lakes
(Monday, July 14, 2014)

In Akron, a coding bootcamp draws students looking for a career re-start
(Thursday, July 10, 2014)

Exploradio: Conquering light's final frontier
(Monday, June 9, 2014)

Exploradio: The good and bad news about bats in peril
(Monday, June 2, 2014)

Exploradio: How what we hear affects how we're wired
(Monday, May 5, 2014)

Exploradio: Dining on ground sloth in Ohio
(Monday, April 7, 2014)



Akron lawyer awaits Guantanamo forced feeding ruling
(Monday, May 19, 2014)

Cleveland Ukrainians headed to Washington D.C.
(Wednesday, March 5, 2014)

Ohio Sen. Brown pushes to end currency manipulation in a new report
(Wednesday, February 26, 2014)

Portman says his unemployment compromise works even for a short extension
(Thursday, January 9, 2014)

Kent State students cover JFK funeral
(Friday, November 22, 2013)

Joan Biskupic reports on personalities of the U.S. Supreme Court
(Friday, November 8, 2013)

Sherrod Brown praises police reaction to D.C. shooting
(Thursday, October 3, 2013)

Former Gov. Strickland nominated for UN post
(Wednesday, September 11, 2013)

President Obama puts his call to Congress on hold
(Tuesday, September 10, 2013)

Northeast Ohio lawmakers weigh in on Syria
(Thursday, September 5, 2013)



The next chapter for Cleveland's League Park begins Saturday
(Thursday, August 21, 2014)

Pluto: Like years past, Browns quarterback competition is chaos
(Wednesday, August 20, 2014)

Are the Gay Games a victim of its own success?
(Monday, August 18, 2014)

Local artists capture the colors and spirit of the Gay Games
(Friday, August 15, 2014)

Like any family, the Gay Games has its generation gaps
(Thursday, August 14, 2014)

Pluto asks: What's not to like about the Progressive Field deal?
(Wednesday, August 13, 2014)

Gay Games rodeo: Changing stereotypes
(Tuesday, August 12, 2014)

From Guam to Africa, Gay Games athletes compete for equality
(Monday, August 11, 2014)

Prepping for the Gay Games: Changing hearts, neighborhoods and bus routes
(Saturday, August 9, 2014)

LeBron James excited for students and Cleveland Cavaliers fans this fall
(Saturday, August 9, 2014)


Other Stories

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)

Stark Board of Elections evaluates voting machines after roof collapse
(Thursday, April 11, 2013)

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