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WKYC's Monica Robins to Have Another Surgery for Brain Tumor

Channel 3's Monica Robins yesterday told viewers that two years after being diagnosed with a brain tumor, and some time after a first surgery...

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Kevin Kelley Launches "Kelley Talks" Podcast with Basheer Jones, Continues to Trash Issue 24

Cleveland City Council President and mayoral candidate Kevin Kelley has launched a podcast with councilman Basheer Jones in which Kelley fields questions about his...

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Faith Groups Came Together for 'Death Penalty Abolition Week' in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohioans across religious traditions came together as one voice last week to speak out against capital punishment. Dozens of faith communities...

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Ohio Republicans Push to Waive Gun Training, Permit Requirements for Concealed Carry

Both chambers of the Ohio General Assembly are plodding forward on legislation to waive training requirements to carry a concealed weapon. While current law...

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Arbitrator Rules Beachwood Police Officer Fired for Shooting at Fleeing Shoplifting Suspect Will Get Job Back

An arbitrator ruled this week that Beachwood police officer Blake Rogers, who was fired by the city after shooting at a fleeing shoplifting suspect...

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Medina is the Closest Location for BMV's New 24/7 Self-Serve Registration Kiosk

The joke is that waiting in line at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) is like entering the first circle of hell, but salvation...

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Why on Earth is Marty Freaking Sweeney Endorsing Justin Bibb? And Why on Earth is Bibb Accepting?

Marty Sweeney, the former Cleveland City Council President who groomed current Cleveland City Council President Kevin Kelley and who recently weaseled his way back...

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Scene's Sam Allard Moderating Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus Event on Stadium Financing Deals

Scene Senior Writer Sam Allard will moderate a Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus panel on stadium financing Tuesday, Oct. 19 from 6:30 to 8 p.m....

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Kevin Kelley-Controlled Council Leadership Fund Appears to Flout Campaign Finance Limits in Multiple Council Races

The Council Leadership Fund, a political action committee controlled by Cleveland City Council President and mayoral candidate Kevin Kelley, may have repeatedly flouted campaign...

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Once Again, Ohio House Ices Vaccine Mandate Bill: ‘We Don’t Have the Votes’

For the second time in three months, House Speaker Bob Cupp halted legislation Wednesday aimed to limit the ability of employers, colleges, hospitals and...

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Nina Turner Endorses Bibb, Teamsters Endorse Kelley in Cleveland Mayor's Race

Nina Turner, who lost in the congressional special election to Shontel Brown in August and who may seek a rematch next year, has endorsed...

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Red Flags Raised Over Voter-Registration Rejections in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A high percentage of rejected voter registrations in three of Ohio's biggest counties is raising some red flags. According to the...

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The Canadian Border Will Finally Open for Vaccinated People

For the first time since the pandemic started, the U.S.-Canada border will finally reopen to non-essential travel — but only those vaccinated against COVID-19....

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Savage Love: Life Is More Complicated Than Age-Gap Discourse Acknowledges

Thirty-year-old trans woman here, Dan, and I have a question about what is surely one of your favorite subjects: the "age gap discourse." About...

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Report: Pandemic Assistance Programs a Lifeline for Ohioans

COLUMBUS, Ohio - A new survey of Ohioans confirms assistance programs have been a lifeline for families reeling from the effects of the pandemic....

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In BW Poll of Cleveland Voters, Bibb Leads Kelley By Nearly 10%, But 40% Still Undecided

A new poll by Baldwin-Wallace University found that Justin Bibb leads Kevin Kelley by 10% among registered Cleveland voters. Of the more than 400...

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Sifting Through the Browns' Loss to the Chargers — The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson

Andre and Zac go all Browns: Odell, Baker, game management and why maturity matters. Subscribe to the A to Z Podcast or stream below....

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RTA to Deploy Civilian Ambassadors Instead of Armed Cops to Enforce Fare Payment, Finally

In 2017, Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Emanuella Groves ruled that the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority's (RTA's) proof of payment fare enforcement method was...

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Ohio Home Health Care Workers Ask U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown for Better Pay, Benefits

Home health care workers say their pay and a lack of benefits is unsustainable and in need of change on the federal level. Toledo...

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FirstEnergy, DeWine’s Office And Others Still Far From Full Disclosure on HB 6

This article is provided by Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism in partnership with the nonprofit Energy News Network. Please...

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Winners and Losers in the Cleveland Mayoral Debate: Bibb Kicks Kelley's Ass

In nonprofit executive Justin Bibb's view, he is the mayoral candidate best suited to usher in a new era for Cleveland, one who will...

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