Lydia Taylor

Lydia Taylor is a news intern for WKSU. She is a junior multimedia journalism major at Kent State University with experience in print and visual journalism. She is currently working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Multimedia Journalism.  During the school year, Taylor works for Kent State Student Media in The Kent Stater and KentWired. She is currently an assigning editor and a reporter in the Kent State University Student Media Newsroom for the spring semester. 

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, Oct. 11:

  • Summit County officials oppose Issue 1;
  • Judge sides with Ohio again in voter purges;
  • Officer in Tamir Rice shooting declines new police job;
  • U.S. Senate passes legislation for Great Lakes;
  • NEXUS gets approval to start pumping natural gas;

Summit County officials oppose Issue 1

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, October 10:

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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, October 8:

  • Officer who fatally shot Tamir Rice gets new police job;
  • Trump to campaign in Ohio ahead of midterms;
  • California Sen. Harris cites Kavanaugh 'sham' in vote pitch;
  • Ohio governor candidates to meet in Cleveland for 3rd debate;
  • No Columbus Day in Columbus: City to honor veterans instead;
  • Court expert says federal opioid lawsuit should move forward;

Officer who fatally shot Tamir Rice gets new police job

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, October 5:

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Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, October 3:

  • 19 alleged gang members charged;
  • Eastle grower expects medical pot ready in December;
  • Thousands to gather for On the Table Greater Akron;
  • Future of Channel 8 remains unknown;
  • Cleveland moves forward with lakeshore developments;
  • JumpStart to open office in Canton;

19 alleged gang members charged

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, October 2:

  • Akron Council eases off on jail time for barking dogs proposal;
  • Myers Industries to stay in Akron;
  • Dewine, Cordray spar, but align against right-to-work;
  • State seeks 2019 nominations for 'Great Ohioans';
  • Sessions to discuss updated Bush era crime-fighting plan;
  • First responders' valor recognized at Cincinnati ceremony;

Akron Council eases off on jail time for barking dogs proposal

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, September 28:

  • Roads to close for Akron marathon;
  • DeWine says Kavanaugh accuser allegations should be weighed;
  • Metro RTA approves two-year contract for executive director;
  • State expands list of people required to report elder abuse;
  • Cleveland rapist sentenced to 3,000 years dies in prison;
  • Company seeks to build Ohio's largest solar power plant;

Roads to close for Akron marathon

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, September 27:

  • Dioceses to release names of removed priests accused of sexual misconduct;
  • Police union shames DeWine on bullet proof vests;
  • Gonzalez open to debate for 16th congressional seat;
  • Former Flying J president sentenced to prison;

Dioceses to release names of removed priests accused of sexual misconduct

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, September 24: 

  • Columbus Dispatch reports Ohio fatal drug overdoses increase;
  • East Cleveland school district files lawsuit against Department of Education;
  • State to distribute $12M through safety grants;
  • Canton City Schools dedicates historical marker in honor of Martin Luther King;

Ohio fatal drug overdoses increase

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, September 21:

  • Military absentee voting begins this weekend;
  • Aurora parishioners call for information on allegations;
  • Cleveland City Council considers new airport master plan;
  • MGM Resorts takes over management at Northfield Park racino;

Military absentee voting begins this weekend

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, September 20:

  • Akron City Council calls for crime-riddled store to close;
  • Yost finds millions in savings for school districts;
  • Advocates concerned after Akron voted to close down tent city for homeless;
  • Cleveland Indians Jason Kipnis gets 1,000th career hit in second win against White Sox;

Akron City Council calls for crime-riddled store to close

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, September 19:

  • Cuyahoga County considers making LGBT discrimination illegal;
  • Summa Health's emergency program gets denied;
  • Ohio Statehouse Museum to showcase the state's earliest constitutions;
  • Quicken Loans Arena to receive $185M upgrades;
  • Indians Corey Kluber stikes out 11 in win over White Sox;

Cuyahoga County considers making LGBT discrimination illegal

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, September 17: 

  • Ohio State Fair contract with operator of fatal ride;
  • Akron borrows more money for sewer project;
  • Boyfriend charged after remains of missing woman Akron found;
  • Ohio Supreme Court to decide conviction for couple who failed to receive medical care for daughter;
  • Construction project begins on State Route 8;

Ohio State Fair ends contract with operator of fatal ride

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