NH Primary, Zika Virus, Black History Month and NAACP Update

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich had a great night in New Hampshire.

"Tonight the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigning and you made it happen," Kasich said.

Cleveland.com's Henry Gomez joined us from New Hampshire to talk about Kasich's win and how he'll carry his light now to South Carolina.

We also discussed the Zika virus last week. Now there are two confirmed cases in Ohio, one in Cleveland. ideastream health reporter Sarah Jane Tribble gave an update.

And it's Black History Month. Local historians discuss the rich history of African American people in Northeast Ohio, people like the late Carl and Lou Stokes. 



Henry Gomez, Politics writer, Cleveland.com

Sarah Jane Tribble, Reporter, ideastream

Sherlynn Allen-Harris, Acting President of the African American Archives Auxiliary, Western Reserve Historical Society

Dr. Vivien Sandlund, Professor of History, Hiram College

Dr. Zach Williams, Associate Professor of African American History, University of Akron

Liz Miller, Reporter, ideastream

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