Weekly Regional News Roundup

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Our weekly news round up included Ohio governor and GOP presidential candidate saying he's not interested in being a running mate to another candidate; the possibility of a brokered Republican convention; an update on Cleveland's consent decree; Summit County Councilwoman Tamela Lee's indictment; a Statehouse news wrap; US Senate candidates Ted Strickland and P.G. Sittenfeld releasing web attack ads; the Ohio Supreme Court allowing the release of key card swipe card data from former Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald; Akron's Mayor Elect Dan Horrigan naming several members of his cabinet; A T & T's GigaPower Internet coming to Cleveland; Ohio's Secretary of State John Husted being sued by advocates for the disabled who allege his office denied blind voters both access to his website and absentee voting; the end of 8 years of oversight of Ohio's juvenile justice system; a tentative Lakewood Hospital deal; and LeBron James' lifetime contract with Nike.


Chris Quinn, cleveland.com

M.L. Schultze, WKSU

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