Cameron Gorman

News Intern

Cameron Gorman is a junior journalism major at Kent State. In student media, she has worked for the Kent Stater, The Burr and Transitions. She has also interned for WKYC, Cleveland Magazine and the Akron Beacon Journal.

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DOUG KERR / FLICKR

Motorists should look out for new traffic patterns as the I-76 Main Broadway Project continues in Akron.

The Ohio Department of Transportation is currently about halfway through the $84 million project. By the July of 2020 completion date, motorists should expect the permanent closure of the Grant Street and Wolf Ledges entrance and exit ramps to the highway.

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CENTER FOR COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT / CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY

A new report highlights how immigrants are spurring economic growth in Ohio, and invigorating communities across the state.

The report, which was produced by the Center for Community Planning and Development at Cleveland State University, notes that immigrants in Ohio are some of the nation’s most educated.

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CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

The American Lung Association's 19th annual “State of the Air” report shows Cleveland with the 10th -worst year-round particle air pollution, and downgraded Summit County's air rating from an A to a B for ozone.

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STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

U.S. Sen. Rob Portman is doubling down on his doubts about a bill that would protect special counsel Robert Mueller.

Portman says that his understanding of the bill — which would prevent President Trump from firing Mueller unless it went through a three-judge panel — could be unconstitutional.

Despite his opposition to the bill, he maintains he supports Mueller finishing his investigation.

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PROGRESS INDEX / CLEVELAND NEIGHBORHOOD PROGRESS

A new website allows users to access data on Cleveland and its neighborhoods that they can then use to improve where they live.

The online tool was developed by Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, a nonprofit focused on working with area community development groups, and the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development at Case Western Reserve University.

It provides access to economic information as well as other city-based data.

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