Joe Cimperman; Health Disparities; Natural History Museum Beetles

Our reporter's roundtable covers the week's top stories, including a Consent Decree monitor update; Ohio Governor & Republican presidential candidate John Kasich's performance at the Thursday night debate; and a look at Michael O'Malley's bid for the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor. Cleveland City Councilman Joe Cimperman stopped by to talk with Rick Jackson about his new role as President of Global Cleveland; ideastream's Kay Colby previewed her upcoming Be Well Cancer Special that focuses on health disparities among African Americans; and we visited Cleveland's Museum of Natural History to see why a photo of their beetle collection went viral (hint: look for the orange Volkswagon beetle!).

Guests: 

Joe Cimperman, Global Cleveland

Chris Quinn, cleveland.com

M.L. Schultze, WKSU

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Joe Cimperman takes over at Global Cleveland

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Regional News Roundup

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Say Yes To Education

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Health Disparities in Cancer Outcomes

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