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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, March 9:

OHIO HISTORICAL ELECTION RESULTS

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, Oct. 14:

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Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, September 26:

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Tri-C is opening a new center Tuesday in response to the growing need from the trucking industry. The Transportation Innovation Center will serve as the school’s new home for training the next generation of truckers. The facilities include interactive classrooms and a driving simulator. William Gary is executive vice president of the college’s Workforce Community and Economic Development division. He said the center meets the demands of the supply chain.

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Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, December 5:

Tri-C is Offering a Drone Certification Course

Jun 6, 2018
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Cuyahoga Community College / Instagram

Cuyahoga Community College is opening up a drone certification course this month at its Parma campus. It will give students 25 hours of practice flight time and prepare them for an FAA Unmanned Pilot License exam.

Associate Dean James Ploskonka says the course is open to all students, not just pilots or first responders.

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STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, May 25:

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KEVIN NIEDERMIER / WKSU

The head judge of the Cuyahoga County juvenile court is announcing new training and services after incarcerated young people vandalized a unit in the detention center in January. 

Administrative Judge Kristin Sweeney says the court has hired 10 new detention officers, and will set up a training academy through Cuyahoga Community College.

Sweeney says the court will hire a new director to change the workforce culture.

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ADRIAN MA / WCPN

Film production tax breaks were once available in nearly every state, but a recent survey by the National Conference of State Legislatures found 13 states have scrapped their subsidies in recent years. In Ohio though, it's different story: There's talk of increasing film incentives, and Cleveland-area schools are even taking steps to build the region's production workforce. 

Thyra Chaney loves movies, really loves them.

“I love the dialogue. I love the production. I love every single thing about it,” Chaney says.

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Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Jan. 9:

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CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Tri-C has launched a website to aid Puerto Rican families relocating to the Northeast Ohio area after Hurricane Maria. The website provides links to services like health, childcare, education and housing.

Magda Gómez is Cuyahoga Community College's director of diversity and inclusion.

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STATE OF OHIO

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Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, November 8th:

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The dean of Cuyahoga County Community College’s Department of Humanities is beginning a new job this month as head of NPR Music.

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CLEVELAND STATE UNIVERSITY

Next year marks the 50th anniversary of Carl Stokes becoming the first black mayor of a major U.S. city. Throughout 2017, Cuyahoga Community College will commemorate his election with a series of events focusing on the historical significance and on how it can be applied to current social challenges.

A New Report Says Pre-School Teachers Are Underpaid

Jun 19, 2016
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

The U.S. Department of Education released a report last week showing preschool teachers earn poverty-level wages. StateImpact Ohio’s Michelle Faust reports this can affect retention of good teachers.

Preschool teachers in Ohio make less than half of what elementary-school teachers make. Barbara Cicerchi trains early childhood educators at Cuyahoga Community College.

“People look at kindergarten as education and look at preschool as babysitting.”

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  Cuyahoga Community College is interviewing people this Friday for a free five-week hospitality "boot-camp" ahead of this summer's Republican National Convention.

The courses start March 19 and are designed to train workers for restaurant and hotel jobs.