Akron

More than 140,000 Ohio students are preparing to enter their senior year of high school, but for thousands of them, the year won’t end with a walk across a stage in a cap and gown. That is unless lawmakers move the graduation goal post once again.

It’s a lingering question that’s creating uncertainty for rising seniors in the state’s high schools.

Ja’Mya and Kenmore-Garfield’s Class of 2019

Sixteen-year-old Ja’Mya Goley is about a month away from starting her senior year at Kenmore-Garfield High School in Akron.

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Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, June 5:

  • Summit County Sheriff's Office investigates death of an inmate;
  • Three female Cleveland Community Police Commission sue director;
  • Akron bar owner sues the city and police officers for 2016 raid;
  • Cleveland Orchestra's music director sits out summer kickoff;
  • Groups file singatures for two fall ballot issues;

Summit County Sheriff's Office investigates death of an inmate

Kabir Bhatia

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, July 3:

First Energy downtown Akron
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Here are your morning headlines for Friday, June 29:

Kent State University

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, June 28:

  • Nine Northeast Ohio public colleges sign collaborative compact;
  • Massillon Museum to use grant to combat stigmas in Appalachia;
  • Firm hired to investigate lawmaker also donated to him;
  • Ohio legislature relaxes standards at virtual academy;
  • Akron officials say discolored water is safe to drink;
  • Cleveland Museum of Natural History names permanent CEO;

Nine Northeast Ohio public colleges sign collaborative compact

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