A Word About Our New Series: OH really?

WKSU covers a quarter of Ohio. That's a large chunk of the state, and we know there are stories out there you’d like to know more about--things that might make you go "oh really?”  

So we’re starting "OH really?" It's a new initiative that makes you part of the newsgathering process.

You send us questions. We’ll seek out the answers.

What have you always wondered about Northeast Ohio? Maybe it’s how the Towpath Trail got started or where Stan Hywet got its name? How does jury duty work in Summit County? How did Ashtabula County become home to so many covered bridges? Why did the queen of the gypsies die in Canton?  

Ask us anything, serious or not so serious. We welcome them all and will do our best to answer your questions.

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Ways to Connect

photo of LeFever Dam
KABIR BHATIA / WKSU

For the past 50 years, the Cuyahoga River’s fortunes have risen and fallen just like the water that flows down the crooked channel and into Lake Erie.  This week, we’re answering our first question submitted by a listener as part of a new project we’re calling, “OH Really?”  WKSU’s Kabir Bhatia takes us on a river tour.

We want to hear your questions for our new series, "OH really?"   

You send us questions. We’ll seek out the answers.