Posted Friday, August 24, 2012
The state finally finds a way to place the $317-million Innerbelt project back on schedule. And the joy echoes from downtown to wherever west side commuters reside. An Akron cop hopes DNA evidence wins him a new trial; a city tries to outmaneuver a non-profit with deep pockets; and we'll examine the presidential candidates' near-weekly forays to Ohio. Join host Rick Jackson Friday at 9 on 90.3.
M.L. Schultze, News Director, WKSU
Karen Kasler, Bureau Chief, Statehouse News Bureau
Jay Miller, Reporter, Crain’s Cleveland
Hearing for new trial in Prade case set for October
Governor Announces Plan to Get Innerbelt Bridge Completed by 2016
Lyndhurst seeks to buy Acacia Country Club property on behalf of unidentified developers
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