Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 9:19 AM
The first case of the Ebola Virus diagnosed in the United States was found September 28th. Since then, there have been other patients brought to the U-S for treatment, but no others have been 'diagnosed' here. Still, just the possibility of a local case has changed the discussion.
We hear them on the radio and see them on TV and online. It’s that time of year when voters are bombarded by campaign commercials. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow breaks down the strategies that go into creating ads and how this year’s batch of commercials depict an unusual set of campaigns.
Not too many years ago only the most progressive school districts were introducing technology into the K-12 classroom. For the rest it was either unaffordable, impractical or not even on the radar. Today it's a different story. Blended Learning, a mix of traditional classroom and online instruction, is beginning to be regarded as imperative - and inevitable - in today's technology driven culture.
The playlist couldn't be more diverse --- from waves of pounding metal and brooding industrial beats, to the slick sound of disco. ideastream's David C. Barnett has details on the 2015 nominees for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
A new report from a group that’s pushing for universal health care shows more than 84,000 Ohioans who lack necessary dental coverage turn to emergency rooms for more expensive treatment that could have been prevented.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently spoke at EO Cleveland's Thrive 2014 conference, where he spoke to an audience of entrepreneurs and innovators about the role of creativity in the tech industry. Afterwards, he made time to greet his fans and followers, as well as share some perspective with ideastream's Brian Bull. Below is a transcript of their conversation.
Gov. John Kasich says he continues to support the state’s ban on same sex marriage, even as similar prohibitions are being struck down by the courts. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler sat down with the Republican incumbent after a campaign stop in Cincinnati this week, and asked him about that.
Several computer industry giants set foot in Cleveland, recently. Reps from Google and Apple spoke about evil, on axing “knaves”, and leadership at the top. ideastream’s Brian Bull explains.
Third grade students and teachers around the state may be more stressed than usual this week because they're dealing with the test that will determine if they move on to fourth grade next year. Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler has more.
Ohio's attorney general says he'll continue to fight for Ohio's gay marriage ban even if a federal appeals court strikes it down. From Ohio Public Radio station WKSU M.L. Schultze reports.
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