Wayne National Forest Fracking; Sleep & the Workplace; Higbee's Christmas

Despite demonstrations, protests and a large petition drive, it appears an auction of mineral rights to 1,600 acres of national park land in Ohio tomorrow will go on.

The Centers for Disease Control says about a third of us don't get enough shuteye. There's a big negative impact from sleep deprivation -- from drowsy driving to a lack of productivity at work that costs more than 400 million dollars each year.

Then we'll stroll down a modern day memory lane -- shopping through department store windows 24 years after the store name and 14 years after the store itself left public square.

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Fracking Rights to SE Ohio's Wayne National Forest go on Auction Tuesday

WCPN Sound of Ideas: Sleep in the Workplace

QUEST: After the Frack

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