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Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, July 26:

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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

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STATE OF OHIO

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, November 7th:

More Killings Reported in Northeast Ohio Cities This Year

Dec 29, 2016
WKYC

Homicide rates this year in many Northeast Ohio cities will top last year.  And law enforcement officials are looking for answers.

Niraj Antani
STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

As more Ohio cities purchase body cameras for their police departments, questions are being raised about whether material recorded on them should be available to the public. 

Republican State Rep. Niraj Antani says most footage recorded on police body cameras is subject to public records requests, but he thinks there should be some limitations.

“For the first time, we are going to have these videos entering private homes so I think this needs to be tackled before it gets out of control.”

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