Health officials say one person in Ohio has been voluntarily quarantined after having household contact with the Texas nurse who was later diagnosed with Ebola. But the general public has no real reason yet to worry, according to Terrence O'Sullivan, Director for Emergency management and Homeland Security Policy Research at the University of Akron. He spoke to told ideastream's Tony Ganzer.
Following the CDC’s announcement that a nurse traveling from Cleveland to Dallas tested positive for Ebola Tuesday night, local officials are implementing measures to track and contain potential Ebola cases in the Greater Cleveland area. ideastream's Brian Bull reports.
Nearly half the teachers in the classroom said in August that have not been adequately prepared to teach to the Common Core - learning standards that emphasize reasoning over rote memorization. That national survey got us wondering if the next generation of teachers is getting the prep they need. StateImpact Ohio’s Amy Hansen reports.
Cuyahoga County Council members are expected to finalize later this month a proposed 50 million dollar fund to demolish foreclosed and abandoned homes.
BREAKING: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say they’re contacting passengers of Frontier Airlines flight 1143, that flew from Cleveland to Dallas-Ft. Worth Monday, after a Texas nurse on the airplane tested positive for Ebola Tuesday night.
A new ad for Republican Gov. John Kasich is meant to attract the female vote. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports Democrats are claiming it is disingenuous.
As the Ebola outbreak continues in some nations in West Africa, fear among Ohioans seems to be mounting. But Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports state health officials want people to stay calm and to get educated.
Though changes to voting have made news for years, a new poll shows most voters don't know a lot about how elections are run in Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports.
An Ohio House committee held a rare evening hearing to once again discuss a controversial bill that would repeal the state’s education standards -- known as the Common Core. As Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports -- lawmakers scheduled the meeting at night to get the perspective from a certain group of people.
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A major Northeast Ohio company is technically moving overseas, though only on paper. ideastream's Nick Castele reports Steris is keeping its operational headquarters in the Cleveland area, but will become a British company -- and pay British taxes.
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