Kent professor is being investigated by the FBI for alleged ties to ISIS
Protesters mark MLK Day in Cleveland with calls for police reform
Ohio children read their winning essays on Martin Luther King Jr.
Arab weightlifter's Olympic dreams nurtured in Akron
Akron train store could be pulling out of the station one last time
Christmas Eve is the big day for Cleveland's Polish-American community
Italian Christmas cookies evoke sweet memories in Highland Heights and Bath
Teen blogger explores emotional endings with 'Last Message Recieved'
Making potato latkes for Hanukkah: a Cleveland Heights family's tradition
Thanksgiving cooking Taos Pueblo and Cherokee style in a Kent kitchen
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Democratic Senate hopeful P.G. Sittenfeld pushes for local gun control
Ohio Senate votes to defund Planned Parenthood
Supporters push ahead on Ohio's so-called "Heartbeat Bill"
Ohio House committee will consider online voter registration
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Lawmakers set out to gauge support for medical marijuana in Ohio
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