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Quicken Loans Arena Renovations; Taxpayer Funded Sports Venues; Statehouse Update

Quicken Loans Arena is set to undergo a $140 million makeover.

Quicken Loans Arena Renovations; Taxpayer Funded Sports Venues; Statehouse Update

Juvenile Diversion Programs; The Carroll Ballers & Rev. Tracey Lind Retires

We'll discuss the dramatic drop in incarcerated youth in Ohio, and meet college students who mentor through basketball.

Juvenile Diversion Programs; The Carroll Ballers & Rev. Tracey Lind Retires

Weekly Regional News Roundtable

We discuss the week's top stories

Autonomous Driving Tech; Lake Erie Ice Cover; Teacher Job Shadowing Proposal

Ohio is going all-in on the testing of autonomous and connected driving technology.

Autonomous Driving Tech; Lake Erie Ice Cover; Teacher Job Shadowing Proposal

Every Student Succeeds Act & Food Waste in Northeast Ohio

We'll hear the state's latest education plan and why Congresswoman Marcia Fudge wants to address food waste in NEO.

Every Student Succeeds Act & Food Waste in Northeast Ohio

Pastor Protection Act Proposal; Library Funding Future; Statehouse Update

Ohio's libraries face a potential reduction in funding in newest budget proposal.

Pastor Protection Act Proposal; Library Funding Future; Statehouse Update

Science Cafe: DNA Testing; BW Students go to Superbowl; Akron Entrepreneur

The science behind DNA testing, then Baldwin Wallace students went to the Superbowl. And, an Akron entrepreneur.

Science Cafe: DNA Testing; BW Students go to Superbowl; Akron Entrepreneur

Weekly Regional News Round Up

We discuss the region's top stories

Domestic Violence Bill Proposals; Icebreaker Project; Earned Income Tax Credit

Two bills in the General Assembly aim to close legal loopholes to better protect domestic violence victims.

Domestic Violence Bill Proposals; Icebreaker Project; Earned Income Tax Credit

Sanctuary Cities; H-1B Worker Visa Reform

The federal and state government is cracking down on "sanctuary cities," why some cities are moving forward anyways.

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