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Akron Police Chief Stephen Mylett to retire after tumultuous

Season 2023 Episode 35 | 26m 46s

This week on the Reporter's Roundtable, we discuss Akron's Police Chief leaving amid a tumultuous two years, plus the state's school report cards are out. We'll also discuss the new guidance by the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland regarding LGBTQ+ students and parishioners that is drawing criticisms. And we learn who bought the historic Cleveland Harbor West Pierhead Lighthouse.

Aired: 09/14/23
Extras
The private college in South Euclid says it will end in-person instruction this spring.
Cleveland budget hearings zero in on public safety vacancies and officer recruitment.
Ex-execs Chuck Jones and Michael Dowling and former PUCO chair Sam Randazzo deny charges.
The city this week passed a policy overhaul referred to as “Renters First.”
The Ohio Senate voted to override vetoes on HB 68 and one involving flavored tobacco.
A bipartisan bill proposed in Columbus would create pilot programs to pay students.
The grand jury returned a no-bill decision against Brittany Watts, 34, of Warren.
House Bill 68 bans gender-affirming care for transgender youth.
We discuss some of the biggest stories of the year including statewide issue votes.
Cuyahoga County Council approved a sales tax extension in a special meeting this week.
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The private college in South Euclid says it will end in-person instruction this spring.
Cleveland budget hearings zero in on public safety vacancies and officer recruitment.
Ex-execs Chuck Jones and Michael Dowling and former PUCO chair Sam Randazzo deny charges.
The city this week passed a policy overhaul referred to as “Renters First.”
The Ohio Senate voted to override vetoes on HB 68 and one involving flavored tobacco.
A bipartisan bill proposed in Columbus would create pilot programs to pay students.
The grand jury returned a no-bill decision against Brittany Watts, 34, of Warren.
House Bill 68 bans gender-affirming care for transgender youth.
We discuss some of the biggest stories of the year including statewide issue votes.
Cuyahoga County Council approved a sales tax extension in a special meeting this week.