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photo of Rolling Acres Mall
KABIR BHATIA / WKSU

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, July 17:

  • Akron issues warrants for three shooting suspects;
  • Rolling Acres Mall property sells for $600,000;
  • Ben Carson to visit Family Promise of Greater Cleveland;
  • Former Cuyahoga County Auditor seeks reduced sentence;
  • Belmont County Republican Party Chairman resigns;
  • Gov. John Kasich to dedicate wildlife area to Olympian Jesse Owens;

Akron issues warrants for three shooting suspects

Photo of John Kasich after winning the Ohio primary
JO INGLES / OHIO PUBLIC RADIO

Gov. John Kasich’s exit from the Republican presidential campaign raises a lot of questions about his future and the future of his party.

When Gov. John Kasich dropped out of the race, he thanked everyone, including Ohioans.

“The people of Ohio have given me the greatest professional experience of my lifetime,” Kasich said.

McKinley's front-porch campaign
RICK SENFTEN / WKSU

Karl Rove – the Fox News analyst and architect of George W. Bush’s political victories -- was standing literally in the shadow of the McKinley Monument last weekend. He was in Canton to press the point of his new book: that the modern GOP has a lot to learn from one of Ohio’s often overlooked presidents. WKSU’s M.L. Schultze has more on why Rove sees William McKinley as a better model for these political times than Donald Trump.