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About 400 attended the shooting forum at the Cudell Recreation Center

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Clevelanders vent frustration and fears over police shooting of 12-year-old
Story by Kevin Niedermier
The aftermath of the Cleveland police shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice was evident across the city Tuesday. Mayor Frank Jackson held a community forum to answer questions about the incident at the Cudell Recreation Center where Rice was shot after brandishing a toy gun. Earlier in the day, hundreds of protesters marched through downtown Cleveland. WKSU’s Kevin Niedermier reports on the mostly...
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From warehouse to writer: Terry Pluto's Thanksgiving thank-you
Commentator Terry Pluto says after more than 35 years as a writer, he's still thankful for job, the readers and his community 
Both family of 12-year-old and the officer who shot him are 'devastated'
Cleveland officials ask for patience as an investigations into Saturday's shooting continue
Video of Cleveland police shooting a 12-year-old is critical to the investigation
Tape won't be made public yet as the city begins a three-month probe
Heavy metal worries in two eastern Ohio towns
Researchers are concluding a study of long-term health effects
Cleveland police to release Tamir Rice shooting video today
Other morning headlines: Gov. Kasich set to veto toxic algae/telecommunications bill; Head of Austen BioInnovation Institute stepping down 
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I-71 between Cleveland and Columbus is construction-free, finally
Six lanes, three each way, are now fully open
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Three Cuyahoga County police officers are indicted
All are accused of misusing law-enforcement computers
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Columbus Mayor Coleman hasn't considered running for the U.S. Senate - He says his focus is on getting the Democratic National Convention in 2016
Ohio's third-grade reading guarantee results are in - About 4 percent of students were prevented from progressing to the fourth grade or need special classes
Ohio anti-abortion groups pressure Faber to support the heartbeat bill - Senate president and Gov. Kasich -- and well as Ohio Right to Life -- have reservations about the constitutionality of the bill
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Hot Picks: This Week's Smart Stuff

Thanksgiving week is finally here! Don't worry though, there is still plenty to do in the area. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is opening a Mammoths and Mastodons exhibit and it's time for Winterfest in Cleveland. Also, The Cleveland Orchestra and the Akron Civic Theatre each present The Nutcracker. Plus, get some holiday shopping done at Crafty Mart in Akron - and more this week in Northeast Ohio.

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Ticket Pre-sale for Idina Menzel

WKSU listeners can use the code WKSU to purchase tickets on Thursday, Dec. 4 before they go on sale to the general public to see Idina Menzel in the Blossom Music Center Pavilion on Aug. 21.

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Jimmy Haslam Speaks at the Akron Roundtable

Listen to WKSU at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, as Browns owner Jimmy Haslam speaks on leadership at the Akron Roundtable.

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A WKSU Member Discount for 'A Christmas Carol'

WKSU members can use a special code to purchase discounted tickets for the Great Lakes Theatre production of A Christmas Carol, at the Ohio Theatre in PlayhouseSquare Nov. 29 to Dec. 23.

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Special Thanksgiving Programming on WKSU

WKSU celebrates the holiday with music, stories, documentaries, live advice from Lynne Rosetto Kasper and more on Thursday, Nov. 27.

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Timing Changes for NPR News Magazines

Beginning on Nov. 17, NPR will change the structure of its morning and evening news magazines heard on WKSU. Learn more about the timing differences you may notice on "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered."

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WKSU's Autumn 2014 Station Break

Find out more about WKSU, along with arts and culture throughout Northeast Ohio, in the Autumn 2014 issue of WKSU's Station Break.

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