A Hefty Levy Proposal

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Tragedy In Connecticut: 20 Children, Six Adults Killed At Elementary School

By | December 14, 2012

“Our hearts are broken,” President Obama told the nation today as the awful news emerged. Police say they found 18 children and six adults dead at the scene. Two other children died later. The gunman’s body was also found at the school.

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Name Our New Show

By | November 21, 2012

Classical 101 has a new show and we need your help deciding its name!

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Trial Of Suspected Chardon Shooter Delayed Until Next Year

By | October 22, 2012

The trial of T.J. Lane, the Northeast Ohio teenager charged in a school shooting rampage that killed three students, has been delayed until Jan. 14 while his attorneys prepare an insanity defense.

The independent poll from Quinnipiac University says President Obama's lead has tightened to five percent. The previous Quinnipiac poll gave Mr. Obama a ten-point lead last month.(Photo: Ohio Public Radio)

Latest Independent Poll: Obama’s Ohio Lead Is Shrinking

By | October 22, 2012

The Quinnipiac University poll released Monday gives President Obama a five-point lead in Ohio. That’s down from ten points a month ago.

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Schools Leaning On Levies For Financial Future

By | October 22, 2012

Two-thirds of school levies on the ballot next month are asking voters to approve additional local dollars for education.

Federal law requires all voting precincts to have at least one voting machine like this one that can provide an audio ballot for the vision-impaired.(Photo: Flickr)

Online Voter Registration Raises Concerns Of Disabled, ADA Expert

By | October 22, 2012

Ohio polling places are required to make voting accessible for the disabled, but at least one voter is calling the state’s new online voter registration tool discriminatory.

Most of the original billboards (top) were placed in low-income, minority neighborhoods, and their placement – and timing – spurred critics to decry them as voter suppression tools, designed to scare away Latinos, African-Americans, and ex-felons from the polls come Election Day.(Photo: Mandie Trimble/Brian Bull)

Controversial Billboards Coming Down, Counter Message Going Up

By Brian Bull, WCPN | October 22, 2012

Clear Channel Outdoor says it’s tearing down 145 controversial billboards in Columbus, Cleveland and Milwaukee. The advertising giant has agreed to put up several billboards with a counter-message.

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The two papers are backing different candidates in the 2012 presidential race.(Photo: Columbus Dispatch/Plain Dealer)

Dispatch, Plain Dealer Split On Presidential Endorsements

By | October 21, 2012

The Columbus Dispatch and the Cleveland Plain Dealer, two of Ohio’s largest newspapers, have split on their endorsements in the presidential race.

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State Says Blacklegged “Deer” Ticks On The Increase In Ohio

By | October 20, 2012

State officials warn that blacklegged “deer” ticks known to transmit lyme disease are becoming more prevalent in Ohio and precautions should be taken to prevent contact.