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From the WKSU Newsroom
Morning Headlines: Legislation Would Require Life-saving Care to Fetuses Surviving Abortions; Body Camera Footage Released in Columbus Police ShootingLegislation introduced in the Ohio Senate says if an infant is born alive after an abortion, the healthcare provider must do everything in their power to keep them alive; police body camera footage shows a routine police pat-down of a man in a suburban Columbus hospital emergency room erupting within minutes into a fatal police shooting; a former Cuyahoga County Jail guard will spend 30 days in jail for failing to get medical attention for an inmate who eventually died; and more stories.
Communicator and author David Murray, of Hudson, looks at a fractured nation.
The phone line helps many stymied by the confusing vaccine rollout and digital divide.
Western Reserve Land Conservancy says leaving the area undeveloped will retain its environmental benefits.
Plans to vaccinate Americans against COVID-19 had a big setback Tuesday. Federal officials called for a pause in administering Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine, to look into reports that it caused blood clots. And that news reverberated at clinics where the vaccine had already been used.
Morning Headlines: Mass Clinics, Colleges Suspend J&J Vaccine; House GOP Budget Plan Includes Personal Income Tax CutKent State University and the University of Akron are among schools calling off J&J shot clinics; House Republicans have proposed a 2% personal income tax cut in their version of the state budget, and other stories.
A new project looks to tap into the hope that comes with finally getting a COVID-19 vaccine through poetry.
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The View from Pluto
- The Young Cavs Are Showing Promise While Still Searching for a Winning Record
- Francisco Lindor's New Deal with the Mets Shows Baseball's Dollar War
- Baseball is Back: Cleveland Fields a Team of New Faces, Young Pitching
- Cleveland Indians Owner Paul Dolan Faces Big Challenges in 2021
- A Spring of Big Changes and New Faces for Cleveland Baseball
- As Music Venues Sit Silent, Workers are Forced to Forge a New Path
- Absorbing New Sounds and Writing Nonstop, Jazz Bandleader Nathan-Paul Davis Evolves Into Prolific Lo-Fi Composer
- Akron Musicians Go 'Solo' on Compilation of Songs Recorded at Home During the Pandemic
- Songwriter Ben Gage Turns House Concerts into High-Quality, Pandemic-Safe Livestreams
- Author Adele Bertei Rewrites the Legacy of One of Cleveland's Underground Punk Icons