Baldwin Wallace University

A university in Ohio has ended its affiliation with the United Methodist Church over the denomination's renewed bans on LGBT clergy and same-sex marriage.

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BALDWIN WALLACE UNIVERSITY

The head of higher education ministry for the United Methodist Church is saddened that Baldwin Wallace University has decided to end its affiliation with the church. Kim Cape says it’s a loss for the church, but she also says it’s a loss for BW. The school has been a Methodist affiliate since its founding 174 years ago.

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TY GREENLEES / DAYTON DAILY NEWS

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, April 12: 

A new poll by Baldwin Wallace University sheds some light on how Ohioans are feeling about a range of issues from immigration and refugee resettlement to gun control and abortion. 

The survey was based on a sample of 1,361 Ohioans who were over age 18, and the results were weighted to approximate a cross-section of Ohioans by race and gender. 

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LYDIA TAYLOR / WKSU

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, October 9:

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Mark Arehart / WKSU

The Cleveland Orchestra and Baldwin Wallace University officially launched a joint residency program at the college’s annual Arts Innovation Summit. A panel of experts discussed challenges facing orchestras across the country.

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IBERDROLA RENEWABLES

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, July 31:

  • Ohio EPA approves wind turbine project;
  • Gov. Kasich signs payday lending bill;
  • Cultivator license awarded to Eastlake med pot business;
  • Canton pushes Market Square project forward;
  • Baldwin Wallace strips theater building namesakes amid allegations;
  • Ohio University drops ban on spontaneous protests;
  • Three charged in Cleveland construction site scam;

Ohio EPA approves wind turbine project

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ANDY CHOW / OHIO PUBLIC RADIO

More than half of Ohio Republicans trust the President more than the news media when it comes to "telling the truth about important issues."

That's according to a new poll that looks at the attitudes of Ohio voters towards the president and the media.

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ELIZABETH MILLER / GREAT LAKES TODAY

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, March 22:

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STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, March 20:

Poll Finds Ohio Voters Have No Buyers' Remorse

Mar 27, 2017
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BALDWIN WALLACE UNIVERSITY

A new poll finds that President Trump's performance since taking office has done little to change the minds of Ohio voters.  

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MICHELLE FAUST / WCPN

  Over the next two weeks as the Republican and Democratic national conventions get underway, some 300 college students will have the opportunity to get a close up look at the American political system at work. 

Two new polls of Ohio voters show a virtual tie in a head-to-head matchup between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton – and a lot of voters who don’t like either one. WKSU’s M.L. Schultze takes a closer look at the polls, which have one significant difference.

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WIKIMEDIA

Donald Trump narrowly leads Gov. John Kasich among Republicans in two polls released this week of Ohio’s voters. But polling also shows both Democrats and Republicans looking for a more moderate tone in D.C.

Lauren Copeland
Baldwin Wallace

A new survey finds residents across Northeast Ohio consider local police to be either trustworthy public servants who treat everyone equally, or they’re unreliable and single out certain groups for harassment or abuse. For Ohio Public Radio, WCPN's Brian Bull reports perceptions hinge largely on respondents’ race and where they live.