The Crawford Auto and Aviation Museum in Cleveland brought back to life the refurbished Euclid Beach Carousel a few months ago. Next week it will take ownership of another local icon. Ideastream’s Mark Urycki has details.
Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 4:00 PM
Ohio students are taking the first round of standardized testing using the new assessment known as the PARCC. But some parents are leading a movement to boycott these tests. Andy Chow reports for StateImpact Ohio.
This Saturday marks three months since Cleveland suffered its deadliest homicide of 2014. A masked gunman invaded a home a mile southeast of University Circle and took five lives, including a mother who was 7 months pregnant. All the victims were African-American. The murders received little media attention or public outcry after the first few days, overshadowed by the police shooting of 12-year old Tamir Rice that same November weekend. Today ideastream Reporter David Molpus revisits the multiple homicide and the aftermath of murder.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has decided that it will NOT dump dredged sediments into Lake Erie this year. But as ideastream’s Brian Bull reports, the Corps hasn’t ruled out 2016.
In the late 1940s, the Café Tia Juana was one of THE hottest jazz clubs in Cleveland, attracting top acts from the day. In 1947, the club sat on East 105th in Glenville, and opened after the eventual owner was turned away from a segregated club. ideastream's Tony Ganzer spoke to freelance writer Ryan Miday about the club, featured this month in the Call & Post newspaper.
Decades of discriminatory housing practices have caused long-term disparities within many eastern cities, including Cleveland. The topic of redlining was featured on today’s Sound of Ideas on 90.3. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports:
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 4:48 PM
The deadline to enroll for individual health insurance under the Affordable Care Act was February 15 and federal officials say they are pleased. HHS' Kevin Counihan said Wednesday that turnout was good across the country, including in Ohio.
Ohio leaders are taking steps to reform the state's charter school system. There are two plans out there right now that could expand accountability. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports -- a big critic of charters actually calls the plans a positive step.
One of the groups backing a plan to legalize marijuana in Ohio is making a big change to its proposal. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports the plan would now allow Ohioans to grow small amounts of pot for their own personal use.
Communities trying to rein in oil and gas drilling have suffered a heavy blow from the state Supreme Court. ideastream’s Joanna Richards has more on the case that pitted a Northeast Ohio city against a Northeast Ohio energy company.
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