In an effort to curb gun violence, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson wants to overhaul the city's firearm laws. As ideastream's Nick Castele reports, the mayor has asked city council to review a list of new ordinances.
East Ninth street in downtown Cleveland was laid to waste thanks to some fake movie mayhem during the Avengers film shoot, a few years ago. Now, that well-traveled corridor is due to get an artsy spruce-up thanks to some real money from Washington. ideastream's David C. Barnett reports.
The Democrat who wants to be Ohio's next Governor has launched his first television ad, three months after Republican Governor John Kasich started airing ads statewide. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles takes a look at Ed FitzGerald's new ad….and the GOP's response.
The city has reached a settlement with the families of two people pursued and killed by Cleveland police in 2012. But as ideastream’s Nick Castele reports, the case is not quite finished yet.
Politics are ramping up over the region’s heroin crisis. Two Democratic candidates for statewide office are attacking temporary but significant cuts in funding for addiction treatment. ideastream’s Joanna Richards reports.
Just over a year since crews demolished the old P&H buildings of the Ameritrust Complex, a brand new headquarters for Cuyahoga County operations has opened on the site at East 9th Street and Prospect in downtown Cleveland. The building will house more than 600 employees.
Cuyahoga County has officially opened its new headquarters. Today, local officials gave a media tour and formal door-opening ceremony to showcase the new, $260 million facility. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports:
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