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Cleveland is throwing a week of festivities next month to welcome immigrants to the community.
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For Some Theft Cases, Columbus Attorney Wants City Services Instead Of Jail
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A national survey shows at least 70% of Americans support laws to remove guns from people seen as a risk to themselves or others.
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You can see the AIDS Memorial Quilt in Akron this week. The quilt, which started 30 years ago, includes the names of 96,000 people who have died from AIDS.
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Ohio Law Allows Energy Companies To Force Landowners Into Leases
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Former Secretary Of State Jennifer Brunner Will Run For Ohio Supreme Court
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A Republican representative introduced a bill to raise the spending limit for Ohio's back-to-school sales tax holiday.
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An Akron factory is transforming into a medical marijuana processing facility, which will manufacture oils, vaping fluids and cannabis-infused beverages.
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Columbus police say a June shooting that killed one teen and injured another was not the result of a home invasion, but was instead caused by teens playing with a gun.
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Congratulations to the team for being named Ohio's Best Radio News Operation!
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Cleveland Will Host First 'Welcoming Week' To Celebrate Immigrants
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Andy Chow 3h
Replying to @andy_chow
"...it's becoming more and more difficult to do an execution. Over the years we've gone from electrocution to lethal injection and now there's issues being raised about lethal injection so it's just becoming more and more difficult to do and it's more and more expensive." /2
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Andy Chow 3h
House Speaker Larry Householder (R-Glenford) says he's becoming "less and less supportive" of the death penalty: "For one, it's extremely expensive to put somebody to death in lieu of keeping them life in prison..." /1
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Because of Title X rule changes, Ohio Planned Parenthood will no longer offer federally subsidized health services like birth control and HIV testing.
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Akron Pride Festival Will Feature AIDS Memorial Quilt
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Ohioans have filed thousands of environmental complaints with the state over the fracking industry, but many say they’ve been ignored.
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Side Effects 4h
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went inside a high school designed to help students recovering from substance abuse.
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Columbus Police are training five therapy dogs and police handlers to provide comfort to victims and witnesses of crime.
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In the wake of the , Ohio lawmakers are looking into requiring background checks for all gun sales. Private gun sellers say that will kill their business.
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All Sides with Ann Fisher 6h
We're talking to today for a special show on traveling around Europe! What questions do you have for Rick?
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