Fri, 09 Nov 2007 19:43:44 -0500A northeastern Ohio analyst checks out Christian disunion in presidential endorsements. Norman Rockwell's works come to the Akron Art Museum.
Fri, 09 Nov 2007 10:24:05 -0500Prominent Christian conservatives Pat Robertson, Bob Jones III and Sam Brownback have each endorsed different candidates in the GOP presidential primary.The solid front of conservative Christians is fractured — at least for now. But were they ever as united as they were portrayed? And is the discussion of religion in politics bigger than it's been defined? WKSU'S M.L. Schultze talked religion and politics with John Green, head of the Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron. It's been a field of specialty for Green since the mid 1990s...
Thu, 08 Nov 2007 19:16:22 -0500Transportation planners study what Akron roadways could look like in 20 years. Jerry Lee Lewis gets honored at the Rock Hall of Fame.
Wed, 07 Nov 2007 19:26:39 -0500Several school districts are diving for dollars after the failure of levies. Small businesses cope with rising health care costs.
Wed, 07 Nov 2007 04:18:17 -0500It's Election Day: We profile some of the reasons northeastern Ohioans are going to the polls. Also, a regional college campus wins a national award for "green" beauty.
Mon, 05 Nov 2007 20:25:06 -0500Akron's school chief announces his retirement. Residents of a small town find a battle over Walgreen's on their ballot. A mother sues Blackwater over her son's death in Iraq.
Fri, 02 Nov 2007 19:19:42 -0400Elections are just around the corner: Is northeastern Ohio ready? Ohio State's Wooster research center is visited by the president of a southern Asian country in need of development help.
Thu, 01 Nov 2007 00:25:33 -0400November is Adoption Awareness Month. One northeastern Ohio agency that helps place children in foster homes is Summit County Children Services. Executive Director John Saros talked recently with WKSU's Daniel Hockensmith about how agencies in 88 counties care for abused and neglected children.
Wed, 31 Oct 2007 19:45:16 -0400Ohio is poised to get back in the electricity-regulating business. Why wi-fi won't fly in northeastern Ohio cities. A Canton rabbi gathers residents weekly to pray for peace and for the troops in Iraq.
Tue, 30 Oct 2007 19:12:30 -0400Coming up on Your Way Home, why are people from Florida to Washington pouring tens of thousands of dollars into the Canton mayoral race? Ecological urban landscaping is growing, though some old-school city laws can get in the way...And Ohio's electric companies are offering green options, though customers will have to put up a bit more green to get them.