A little less than a year ago one of Northeast Ohio’s alternative rock stations switched formats—no more Pearl Jam or The Avett Brothers on 87.7 FM. Instead listeners heard “La Mega,” Northeast Ohio’s first Spanish-language radio station. Ideastream's Tony Ganzer reports.
Cleveland’s overall economic outlook is good so far this year, according to a researcher with the Federal Reserve Bank. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports on the highs and lows of northeast Ohio’s largest city.
Tomorrow marks one year since the Affordable Care Act Marketplace opened up on healthcare.gov. And it's the first year of the so-called individual mandate-everyone is supposed to get health care or pay a tax penalty. Health insurance companies are ramping up their business. From Ohio Public Radio station WYSO Lewis Wallace tells us more.
After several years of multiple executions, there’s only been one in Ohio this year, with the next one scheduled for February. But Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports, there are questions about whether executions will start up again anytime soon.
Just over two years ago, we reported on the expansion of health care systems in the Greater Cleveland area. Now the battle among providers for turf dominance is moving towards the outer ring suburbs and Akron. As ideastream’s Brian Bull reports, it’s getting congested out there.
Gov. John Kasich rallied supporters for his gubernatorial bid in Northeast Ohio yesterday. As ideastream's Nick Castele reports, Kasich shared the stage with a fellow Republican often mentioned as a potential 2016 presidential candidate.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 9:59 AM
About 1 in 8 Americans ages 40-60 are raising children, 'and' caring for older family members. ideastream producer Kay Colby talked with Morning Edition host Rick Jackson about the growing numbers of people in that position, and the impacts on their lives.
The two men running for Cuyahoga County Executive tangled yesterday in a debate hosted by the City Club of Cleveland. ideastream's Nick Castele reports the candidates touched on the economy, social services and their backgrounds.
Early voting that was set to begin today won’t happen after all. As Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports, the nation’s highest court has put a hold on the in person, early voting in the Buckeye State.
Education, job training, and fighting recidivism and drug addiction are all key to alleviating poverty, according to U.S. Senator Rob Portman. The Ohio Republican shared his strategy while visiting a faith-based relief organization in Cleveland. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports:
Monday, September 29, 2014 at 7:42 PM
Mention “space battles” and you’re apt to picture alien invaders and rockets exchanging laser fire. But in reality, they usually involve diplomats, corporations and attorneys – including one from Cleveland. ideastream’s Joanna Richards reports.
Monday, September 29, 2014 at 7:23 PM
Deeply flawed but an unforgettable character – that’s how many are remembering former Youngstown area Congressman James Traficant. He died Saturday after being injured in an accident on his family’s Mahoning County farm. ideastream’s Joanna Richards reports.
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