President Obama’s Farewell; Ballistics Lab; Shooting Without Bullets

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President Obama said goodbye to the nation in a farewell address from Chicago.  We’ll share some of what the President had to say.  Then, a new ballistics lab in Cuyahoga County will be a vital tool in curbing gun violence and putting shooters behind bars. The Cuyahoga Sheriff and Medical Examiner explain how the lab will be used.   Plus, we’ll introduce you to another kind of shooting: A program called Shooting Without Bullets that seeks to use photography to improve the lives of minority teens by helping them find their voice, or, in this case, their vision.  

Shooting Without Bullets



Dr. Thomas Gilson, MD, Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner  
Sheriff Clifford Pinkney, Cuyahoga County Sheriff  
Frank Bova, Chief Community Safety and Protection Officer, Cuyahoga County  
Amanda King, Creative Director, Shooting Without Bullets  
Shemariah Arki, Outreach Coordinator, Shooting Without Bullets  

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Shooting Without Bullets

Jan. 11, 2017

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