A little less than a year ago one of Northeast Ohio’s alternative rock stations switched formats—no more Pearl Jam or The Avett Brothers on 87.7 FM. Instead listeners heard “La Mega,” Northeast Ohio’s first Spanish-language radio station. Ideastream's Tony Ganzer reports.
Cleveland’s overall economic outlook is good so far this year, according to a researcher with the Federal Reserve Bank. ideastream’s Brian Bull reports on the highs and lows of northeast Ohio’s largest city.
The Democratic candidate for Attorney General said in Cleveland today that the AG's office should place more focus on thwarting violence against women. ideastream's Nick Castele reports.
The state treasurer normally doesn’t get much notice, but the state’s current top money manager has been a lightning rod for controversy. In the next in a series of conversations with the candidates, Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler tried to talk to the two major party candidates for treasurer – but was only halfway successful.
A jury in Akron today found a second man guilty in a quadruple murder that occurred last year. ideastream’s Joanna Richards has more.
Ohioans who planned to vote in person yesterday didn’t get that chance because of an order from the U.S. Supreme Court just hours before the voting window was set to open. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports on what the ruling means for the future of early in person voting in the Buckeye State.
Over the past six years, Cuyahoga County distributed over a hundred-million-dollars to develop and sustain arts and culture. This groundbreaking public support, financed by a special tax on cigarettes, has scored national attention. But, the income from that tax is starting to dwindle, prompting a re-evaluation of how the money is spent and how we put a value on what an artist does. ideastream’s David C. Barnett reports.
Cleveland Schools CEO Eric Gordon delivered his annual State of the Schools hosted by the City Club of Cleveland Tuesday.
A liberal think tank and the state's largest teachers union have launched a website that provides Ohioans comparisons of public school districts and public and private charter schools in an area. A spokesman for the pro-charter school group My School, My Choice claims the site has false statements about charter schools so data can't be trusted. Our Statehouse reporter Andy Chow has more.
Efforts to revitalize Public Square got a boost today from one of the city’s banks. It puts the $32 million goal to redevelop the area within shouting distance. ideastream’s Amy Hansen reports.
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