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Independence Middle School football team quarantined after player tests positive for COVID, entire 8th grade to switch to virtual learning (WOIO Channel 19)

Just 5 Ohio counties now on red alert for coronavirus; Summit County drops to yellow (cleveland.com)

Plans for Lake Erie wind farm clear a major hurdle, as ‘poison pill’ restriction is lifted (cleveland.com)

Walker Elementary School in Canton cancels in-person classes after case of COVID-19 reported (WJW Channel 8)

Portage is among five Ohio counties on red alert for coronavirus this week.Governor’s office

1,067 new coronavirus cases reported in Ohio: Thursday update (cleveland.com)

Ohio begins issuing $300 supplemental unemployment benefits (cleveland.com)

See Ohio K-12 school coronavirus data for public, private and community schools (cleveland.com)

CDC study adds to evidence that kids easily spread coronavirus from day care to parents and others (cleveland.com)

House of Representatives condemns coronavirus-related discrimination against Asians over objections from Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio (cleveland.com)

Black, Latino, Native American families struggling through coronavirus pandemic, national survey says; paid sick leave, rent relief could help (cleveland.com)

Increase of coronavirus genetic material found in sewage treatment plants in Columbus, Dayton (cleveland.com)

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says state guidance on Halloween during coronavirus will come Friday (cleveland.com)

Experimental coronavirus test aims to be first to offer quick results from home, but how accurate is it? (cleveland.com)

Ex-Cuyahoga County Jail officer charged in attack on mentally ill inmate, including ‘unauthorized chokehold’ (cleveland.com)

Man indicted in ‘random’ killing of Cleveland police detective, informant (cleveland.com)

Brothers charged after 10-year-old boy struck by stray bullet from shootout during music video recording (cleveland.com)

One dead, two injured after gunshots fired into apartment in Cleveland’s Kinsman neighborhood (cleveland.com)

Shooting at high school football game in Akron wounds 2 (cleveland.com)

Cleveland man who fired first shots of gunfight that killed 9-year-old girl in crossfire gets 22 years in prison (cleveland.com)

Former Berea-Midpark High School football player gets probation in hazing case (cleveland.com)

23-year-old woman fatally shot during argument outside Akron home, medical examiner says (cleveland.com)

Nine dogs seized from Cleveland home in suspected dogfighting investigation, police say (cleveland.com)

15-year-old wounded in shooting near University of Akron is suspect in home burglary, police say (cleveland.com)

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Closure of the International Exposition Center could cost city-owned Cleveland Hopkins International Airport more than $2 million. In addition to lost rent, Cleveland will lose payroll taxes from workers at I-X Center Corp., the manager of the site. And the city will pay property taxes that company was covering.The Plain Dealer

I-X Center closure could cost Cleveland Hopkins International Airport more than $2M a year (cleveland.com)

The Pit parking lot permits tailgating despite Cleveland orders before Thursday’s Browns game (cleveland.com)

State confirms 23 new cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in Cleveland, no new deaths: Thursday update (cleveland.com)

How soon will students return to the classroom? See the list of Cuyahoga County schools (cleveland.com)

Cleveland schools set to receive $13.7 million in school funding dispute (cleveland.com)

Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center get federal grants to address domestic violence, sexual assault (cleveland.com)

Cleveland Water Alliance to use $600,000 federal grant to promote technology that would protect Lake Erie (cleveland.com)

Family donates $10 million to University Hospitals’ Seidman Cancer Center (WKYC Channel 3)

Kent State issues new restrictions in response to elevated coronavirus infections in Portage County (cleveland.com)

Rocky River Police Chief Kelly Stillman chosen to lead Beachwood Police Department (cleveland.com)

Chagrin Falls Schools chief pleased with progress in mitigating COVID-19 (cleveland.com)

Dave’s Markets expanding to Lake County with 3rd Lucky’s Market (cleveland.com)

Memphis Avenue bridge replacement to begin next month in Brooklyn; road program wraps up (cleveland.com)

Brooklyn to reopen John M. Coyne Recreation Center to non-resident members (cleveland.com)

New York Times Magazine spotlights Parma City School District’s emergency food distribution effort (cleveland.com)

See giant sculptures made entirely of Duck Tape from Avon scavenger hunt that’s replaced annual festival (photos) (cleveland.com)

DeWine on getting booed at Trump campaign event: ‘Look, we’re making tough decisions’ (cleveland.com)

Ohio’s initial, continued unemployment claims each fell more than 9% last week (cleveland.com)

Bail reforms could save Ohio up to $264 million a year, ACLU of Ohio says (cleveland.com)

FirstEnergy now under SEC scrutiny: What does that mean? (cleveland.com)

Ohio receives $5 million Defense Department grant for training (cleveland.com)

Senate Committee approves three Ohio federal judge candidates after members voice concerns about Cuyahoga County’s J. Philip Calabrese (cleveland.com)


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