Posted Thursday, March 20, 2008
In the news this week, Cleveland-based National City has hit some rocky shores, speculation of a buyout continues. Meanwhile, Cuyahoga County's Medical Mart and Convention Center deal appear to have found safe harbor. Elsewhere, the death of mother in a Lima drug raid brings criminal charges against a cop and deepens racial tension in that town. And, Ohio's Secretary of State is forced to come clean about why she is forcing a shake up on the Summit County Board of Elections. We'll talk about those stories and others on our reporters' roundtable. You're invited to join us Thursday at 9 a.m.
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