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The head judge of the Cuyahoga County juvenile court is announcing new training and services after incarcerated young people vandalized a unit in the detention center in January. 

Administrative Judge Kristin Sweeney says the court has hired 10 new detention officers, and will set up a training academy through Cuyahoga Community College.

Sweeney says the court will hire a new director to change the workforce culture.

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Film production tax breaks were once available in nearly every state, but a recent survey by the National Conference of State Legislatures found 13 states have scrapped their subsidies in recent years. In Ohio though, it's different story: There's talk of increasing film incentives, and Cleveland-area schools are even taking steps to build the region's production workforce. 

Thyra Chaney loves movies, really loves them.

“I love the dialogue. I love the production. I love every single thing about it,” Chaney says.

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Tri-C has launched a website to aid Puerto Rican families relocating to the Northeast Ohio area after Hurricane Maria. The website provides links to services like health, childcare, education and housing.

Magda Gómez is Cuyahoga Community College's director of diversity and inclusion.

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