Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 3:22 PM
It's still not clear exactly what state lawmakers will do with Gov. John Kasich's budget proposal. But the Speaker of the House believes lawmakers and the Governor have a common goal. From our Statehouse bureau Andy Chow explains.
Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 3:17 PM
The blistering cold has forced hundreds of school closings in the past week, making it tough for many districts to carry out a new series of tests. Statehouse reporter Andy Chow has more.
Former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland wants to be a U.S Senator in the near future. Jo Ingles of our Statehouse Bureau reports that Strickland has thrown his hat in the ring.... to run against Republican Senator Rob Portman next year.
Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 9:00 AM
Cleveland police unions and minority representatives made their first joint appearance with the public last night to discuss tensions over the department's use of force. As ideastream's David Molpus reports, the encounter at the New Sardis Primitive Baptist Church didn't go well.
Downtown Cleveland has a new supermarket, one that city officials hope will rejuvenate a depressed stretch of the Euclid Corridor and become a destination for both commuters and tourists. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports on the grand opening of a Heinens inside the Ameritrust Complex.
It’s normally fun to break a record. Well, probably not so much if you’re sick of winter. A weather specialist says this month may be the coldest on record ever for Greater Cleveland. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 6:25 PM
A group that advocates on behalf of millennials says Governor John Kasich's budget plan doesn't do enough for college students. Statehouse reporter Andy Chow has more.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 6:22 PM
Former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland has made it official….he's running for U.S. Senate, wanting to challenge Republican Senator Rob Portman. Statehouse reporter Jo Ingles has more.
Gov. John Kasich took his State of the State speech on the road again last night - this time to Wilmington near Dayton, where he talked tax cuts and increases, but didn't say anything about his possible presidential ambitions. We have two reports on the speech from the Statehouse News Bureau, starting with correspondent Karen Kasler.
One of the larger themes of Governor Kasich’s State of the State address last night revolved around education. Kasich’s proposed budget cuts for some wealthier districts and he wants state universities to also go on a diet. State Impact Ohio’s Mark Urycki has details..
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