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  1. Summa Health System Seeking Partners For a MergerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 28 | WKSU-FM Kent

    The hospital's board has engaged a consulting firm to help it find partners with which to merge. The health system has weathered several years of controversy , such as a dispute with its ER physicians , and issues with both Wadsworth-Rittman and Cuyahoga Falls Hospitals .


  2. Kasich Looks for New Ways to Fight Opioid Overdose DeathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | WKSU-FM Kent

    A recent analysis of state data shows opioid overdose deaths increased by another 20 percent from the previous year. Gov. John Kasich says the opioid crisis is a complex battle, being fought both inside and outside the state.


  3. Cleveland Orchestra Suspends Trombonist Amid Sexual Misconduct InquiryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Principal trombonist Massimo La Rosa has been suspended by the orchestra. He also teaches at the Cleveland Institute of Music.


  4. New Attempt to Help Residents Near Blossom Avoid Traffic DelaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Myers Farm, owned by Terry Myers, is just east of the main Blossom Music Center entrance on Steels Corners Road. Myers says traffic in the area can be so bad, he doesn't even go out on concert nights.


  5. ACLU of Ohio Says Cuyahoga Falls Mayor's Court Shows Evidence of Racial BiasRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    For years, residents have accused Ohio Mayor's Courts, which hear traffic, city ordinance and misdemeanor cases, of being more interested in collecting revenue than serving justice. In a new report , the ACLU of Ohio said some of those courts, including one in Cuyahoga Falls , show evidence of racial bias.


  6. Ohio Small Businesses Question Future of Regulatory Bills After Kasich VetoRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Gov. John Kasich says he worried the bill would give the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review too much power. Lawmakers are thinking about overriding Gov. John Kasich's veto of a bill that aims to cut down on business regulation.


  7. Former Ohio Supreme Court Justice: Issue 1 is a "Horrible Idea"Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Paul Pfeifer says Issue 1 will take away a bargaining chip for judges and prosecutors. Opponents are fighting back against a statewide ballot measure that would reduce the penalties for drug offenders.


  8. Gov. Kasich Signs Bill That Increases Drug Trafficking PenaltiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Brenda Ryan, of Cuyahoga Falls, lost her daughter to a drug overdose in 2016. The man who provided the drugs later had his charge reduced.


  9. Akron's Mayor Horrigan Might Sidestep City Council In Attempt to Change Primary Election DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Voters in the city of Akron might find a proposed charter amendment on this November's ballot, that, if approved, would move the city's primary election day to May. Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan says he doesn't need City Council's approval to get an issue on the November ballot that could lead to changing Akron's primary election day. Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan , with Summit County Board of Elections Chairman William Rich , Tallmadge Mayor David Kline , and Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don Walters at a July 3, 2018, news conference during which Horrigan first called for moving the primary election from September to May. But that means changing the city charter.


  10. U.S. EPA to Launch Engineering Study Detailing Removal of Sediment Behind Gorge DamRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2017 | WKSU-FM Kent

    The Gorge dam holds 832,000 cubic feet of contaminated sediment behind it that must be removed before it comes down. An engineering study being launched later this year will detail that important step.


  11. Morning Headlines: RTA Claims Admin Enabled Benefits Abuse; Cannabis Dispensary Licenses DelayedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Cleveland RTA accuses administrator of helping former president abuse benefits Officials at Cleveland's transit agency are looking to fire an administrator they say helped a former president steal more than $1 million in benefits. The Greater Cleveland RTA placed human resources manager Bruce Hampton Sr. on unpaid leave Monday.


  12. Cuyahoga Falls Sues, Alleging Botched Water, Electric Meter ProgramsRead the original story

    May 18, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    The City of Cuyahoga Falls is seeking more than $16 million in lost revenue and damages over what it says was a botched plan to install water and electric meters throughout the city. In 2008, Cuyahoga Falls agreed to a 10-year contract for Johnson Controls to install about 40,000 automated meters throughout the city.


  13. Morning Headlines: Hiram Considers Cutting Majors, Faculty; Cuyahoga Falls Sues ContractorsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Cuyahoga Falls sues contractors who replaced utility meters The city of Cuyahoga Falls is suing a contractor that promised tens of millions in savings from water meters it installed at peoples' homes and businesses. The suit against Johnson Controls and Milwaukee-based Badger Meter claims the companies installed 40,000 meters that don't require door-to-door readings.


  14. Morning Headlines: Televangelist Angley Wins Appeal in Labor Dispute; Cleveland's 'Sax Man' DiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Televangelist Ernest Angley wins appeal in labor dispute with feds A federal appeals court has ruled that an Ohio televangelist did not violate labor laws by urging members of his congregation to volunteer at the church's for-profit restaurant. A lower court had ruled churchgoers were effectively employees of Cathedral Buffet, located at Ernest Angley's church in Cuyahoga Falls.


  15. Akron's Main Street Re-Do Gets $8 Million And Construction Could Begin This YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Akron now has $13 million to put toward its re-making of Main Street , thanks to a second federal grant. WKSU's Kabir Bhatia takes a looks at the planned transformation.


  16. Millennials Step Up as Boomers Retire From Police ForcesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2018 | WKSU-FM Kent

    As veteran officers retire from Ohio police departments millennials, who now comprise the largest living generation, are increasingly being looked to to fill their jobs. The question is, are they really interested in that type of work? Millennial cadets At Kent State University's Police Academy, a class of 24 recruits gathers on a recent evening to train.


  17. Microbrewery Taps Historic Tax Credit in Move to Cuyahoga FallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 25, 2017 | WKSU-FM Kent

    The state awarded the Ohio Brewing Company a tax break of nearly $250 thousand to help revamp the Fox Buick Sales Building on Front Street into a restaurant, brewing space and arcade. Co-owner Chris Verich said the move from their previous location in Akron will allow the brewery to expand four-fold.


  18. Knight Arts Challenge Awards Highlight a Range of IdeasRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2017 | WKSU-FM Kent

    The ideas span the arts from dance and drama to illustrative art using yarn. Daniel Mainzer who was a corporate photographer got a grant to help him finish a photo history on the last decades of the rubber industry in Akron.


  19. Cuyahoga County Announces It's Suing Addictive Painkiller Makers and DistributorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2017 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Cuyahoga County is suing the manufacturers and distributors of addictive opioidss, adding to a growing list of local governments across Ohio to do so. Cuyahoga County Prosecutor O'Malley joined county Executive Armond Budish to announce the civil case Friday.


  20. Summit County Declares an Opioid State of Emergency, Prepares to Sue Drug Companies and DistributorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2017 | WKSU-FM Kent

    Summit County Executive Ilene Shapiro has declared a state of emergency caused by the county's opioid crisis and is preparing to sue drug makers and distributors. Summit County is preparing to sue the companies that make and distribute addictive painkillers.


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