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SLIDESHOW: David Baker says an assisted-living center would honor the legacy of pro-football's best.

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Assisted living for Hall of Famers: If they build it, will they come?
Story by M.L. Schultze
The newest class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame will be picked Saturday. Meanwhile, the hall itself is planning to grow -- becoming the focus of a “village” with training facilities, a conference center, a hotel … and an assisted living center devoted to aging Hall of Famers. From Canton, Ohio, M.L. Schultze of member station WKSU has more on what is perhaps the most unusual aspect...
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School children in Bath produce a seed-to-table garlic feast
Garlic Day at Old Trail School is part of its Edible Education program
Oscar Robertson, Nanette Lepore are supporting Ohio marijuana initiative
ResponsibleOhio releases a partial list of backers and defends its position
There's no off-season for the Cleveland International Film Festival
The CIFF runs March 18-29, but the staff is always busy planning events, designing programs and choosing programming
Ohio's environmental groups set priorities for 2015
Bringing back the renewable energy and energy efficiency standards tops the list
Former Ohio Gov. Strickland make take on Portman in the 2016 Senate race
Former campaign advisor Sandy Theis says he hasn't made a decision yet
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Officials try to figure out what defense cuts could do to Wright-Patt
The Ohio Federal-Military Jobs Commission and the Dayton Development Coalition held a forum this week
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Cuyahoga will get a new sheriff and a new job for the old one
Budish's plan will make Bova the safety director and Pinkney the sheriff
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Rails carry more than 1 million gallons of crude oil through Ohio weekly - Other morning headlines: Cuyahoga County to get first black sheriff; Akron fills fire chief, deputy mayor for public safety positions
Ohio's top judge calls for off-year judicial elections - Says most voters don't view judges as being independent
Ohio Statehouse leaders react to Gov. Kasich's hints about budget - The new two-year budget will be revealed Monday, and could include an income tax cut
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It's music in the air with Ani DiFranco at the House of Blues, Reverend Horton Heat at the Beachland, John Mellencamp at PlayhouseSquare, the Ragbirds at Music, Jeff Daniels at the Music Box - and more this week in Northeast Ohio.

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Introducing NPR's New Show About Human Behavior

Take a glimpse into a world you can't see with Invisibilia (Latin for all the invisible things). This new program about the unseen forces that shape human behavior —ideas, beliefs, assumptions and thoughts— is produced by NPR's Science Desk. It will have a run of six one-hour episodes in its pilot season and will air Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m.

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