Mentor

A banner reading "GM INVEST IN LORDSTOWN" hangs on the fence along the truck gate to the shuttered GM Lordstown Assembly Facility.
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Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, January 15:

Steel Vengeance is the world's tallest hybrid roller coaster.
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Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, Dec. 12:

Updated: 4:05 p.m., Dec. 2, 2019

Since attaching cameras to school buses earlier this year, Mentor police have issued 10 times the number of citations for drivers passing stopped buses.

Before the cameras, Mentor police relied on bus drivers to report drivers who passed them, said Capt. Michael Majernik. But bus drivers are busy focusing on the kids, he said, and the cameras provide more concrete evidence.

Photo of Cuyahoga River
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Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, June 11:

View of Lake Erie
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Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, March 28:

gun and bullets
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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, Feb. 18:

Cordray and President Obama
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Here are your morning headlines for Friday, September 14:

  • Ohio school districts mostly average in report card rankings;
  • Obama rallies Ohioans to vote;
  • Auditor reports multiple errors in medical marijuana growing selections;
  • About 100 people to become U.S. citizens this weekend
  • Thousands of Ohio schools respond to survey on safety measures;

Ohio school districts mostly average in report card rankings

photo of Rolling Acres Mall
KABIR BHATIA / WKSU

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, June 25:

  • Akron begins process of revitalizing Rolling Acres Mall property;
  • Radioactive soil begins transport from Ohio to Michigan landfill;
  • Suspect arrested in hit-and-run that killed Mentor officer;
  • Ohio reaches settlement with inmate over strip search;
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame gives Cleveland residents free admission;
  • Sandusky bar shooting injures five, no arrests made;

Akron begins process of revitalizing Rolling Acres Mall property

photo of Matt Schweikert
Kabir Bhatia / WKSU

The ShareOhio program – which allows local governments to share equipment and resources – now includes Cuyahoga County.  County Council approved joining the program this week, which officials say will save money.

Cuyahoga County Councilman Dave Greenspan says the program provides extra resources in emergency situations like Superstorm Sandy several years ago, when not every part of the state was affected.