A collaborative utility job training program that ended in 2011 has been reactivated. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports it will train a new class of power line workers.
There aren't many undecided voters in this election, especially when it comes to the candidates for governor. In the third of a series of reports on key groups and issues in this 2014 election, Statehouse correspondent Karen Kasler reports that doesn't mean all voters are happy with the options they have.
Advocates for abortion rights and birth control say state leaders have done a lot of things during the past four years that restrict Ohio women from being able to exercise their rights to reproductive freedom. In the second in a series of reports on key issues in next week's election, those same state leaders are being criticized for not doing enough.
Abortion is likely the first thing that comes to many people's minds when they hear the words, women's issues. But that's only one issue women are concerned about. In fact, there are other issues that many women say are more significant to them. Statehouse bureau correspondent Jo Ingles reports on what those women want -- and how they're going about the process of getting it.
On November 1st, Cleveland’s Julia DeBurgos Cultural Arts Center celebrates its 25th anniversary. It’s one of a number of local organizations that preserve and promote the region’s Hispanic culture. Northeast Ohio is home to thousands of people with Latino roots --- from Puerto Ricans who immigrated here a half century ago, to more recent arrivals from Central and South America. ideastream’s David C. Barnett brings us a sampling of local Latino voices as they share stories of achievement, assimilation and passing heritage on to the next generation.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is running a relatively low-profile reelection campaign. He’s not debating on TV. Instead, he’s betting his record on the economy will bring in the votes he needs. ideastream’s Nick Castele examines two claims of Kasich’s: that jobs are up and wages are rising.
Cuyahoga County's watchdog agency says Ed FitzGerald likely drove without a valid license while on the job as county executive. ideastream's Nick Castele has more.
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 9:02 AM
Akron native Amber Vinson headed back to Dallas yesterday afternoon. But scores of people in Ohio are still being monitored for Ebola, just in case. From Ohio Public Radio Station WKSU M.L. Schultze reports.
The trucking industry is looking to fill thousands of jobs--right now. The American Trucking Association said recently it expects 100,000 or more open trucking jobs in the next decade. Thomas Balzer with the Ohio Trucking Association thinks those numbers are too conservative.
In his last TWO State of the Union speeches President Obama called on Congress to fund high quality pre-school for every 4 year-old. Congress has mostly ignored his request but two administration officials went looking for a city that does offer good pre-school classes. They came to Cleveland. Ideastream's Mark Urycki explains.
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