Posted Thursday, September 18, 2008
With winds close to 80 miles per hour, Hurricane Ike took down trees and power lines across the state. Ohioans are still assessing the damage. Also this week, as Cuyahoga County holds public hearings on the Med Mart and Convention center, new questions emerge about the deal: why are officials handing over negotiations on what taxpayers will pay for the land to a Chicago firm, and why does the price tag for the project keep changing? On our weekly reporters' roundtable, we'll talk about those stories, plus we'll get analysis of who is to blame for the problems in Cleveland's housing court. Join us Thursday morning at 9:00.
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