Potholes can eat tires, twist your tie rods and empty your wallet. We'll talk about what to do if your car has a pothole attack, and find out what engineering science is doing to design pavement better suited to withstand a harsh northeast Ohio winter.
The Governor brings down the house at his annual speech; not with his words, but with his guests! And a poll shows 81% of Ohioans would say yes to medicinal marijuana or at least to legalization. Might Ohio drop the state sales tax for one day a year - right when people are headed back to school? It would spur the economy and keep people from running to Pennsylvania to avoid tax on clothes.
Nearly a hundred people overdosed on heroin in the first half of 2013 in Cuyahoga County alone. Half live in the suburbs. And a quarter of all fatal drug overdoses in Ohio in 2011 involved heroin. We'll talk about the progression from pain killer addiction to heroin junkie and hear from a Vermilion mom who lost her 26 year old son to overdose. Originally aired 9/11/13.
In downtown Cleveland all the way to Independence Square in Kiev, the cry for democracy in Ukraine grows louder. We've seen stunning change since a rally in Cleveland Friday: President Viktor Yanukovych has fled Kiev, his chief of staff has been shot and hopes for a peaceful future are tenuous. Join host Mike McIntyre as we discuss Ukraine's tumultuous transition.
Governor Kasich delivered his State of the State address Monday in Medina, but Democrats and Republicans have been sparring for weeks over the state of the state - Republicans say there are more jobs than before, while Democrats say the number of Ohioans living in poverty has gone up under Kasich. What does Kasich have to say? And what does his speech mean for the gubernatorial campaign?
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