Chief Wahoo Controversy; Profile of Cleveland's Ward 1; Doctor to Patient Experience

Many of us in Northeast Ohio will be watching baseball tonight and this weekend, as the World Series continues in Chicago. Meanwhile Commissioner Rob Manfred declared that after the series he will speak to Cleveland Indians ownership about the increasingly controversial mascot -- Chief Wahoo. Our roundtable discusses local and national reactions to that and more. 

Plus, as November 8th quickly approaches, all eyes are on Ohio. Most polls of Ohio voters, including the latest Quinnipiac University poll have Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump neck and neck -- tied at 45%. To win the Buckeye State, they'll need every vote they can turn out. But there's one Northeast Ohio neighborhood that's especially important for Clinton: Cleveland's Ward 1. We'll profile the democratic stronghold on the city's east side.

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