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 Monday, Jan. 27:

  • Akron teachers approve contract;
  • St. Thomas Aquinas Elementary School to close;
  • Former judge, civil rights activist Nathaniel Jones dies;
  • Bill seeks extended safety netting at all Ohio pro ballparks;
  • Proposal would create Ohio database of convicted sex buyers;
  • Attorneys: Fatal arson suspect shouldn't face death penalty;
  • Startup may ask for loan to revamp former GM Lordstown plant;

Akron teachers approve contract

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, Jan. 23:

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, Jan. 22:

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, Jan. 20:

  • Study: Students lack help when posting about depression;
  • MLK Day events;
  • Scholarship fund honors late Port Clinton teen;
  • Police drops arrest warrant for Browns' Odell Beckham Jr.;
  • Kentucky man sentenced to prison for punching Cincinnati protestor;
  • Kings Island announces new rollercoaster;

Study: Students lack help when posting about depression

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Jan. 17:

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, January 15:

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, January 14:

  • Ohio drug overdoses decrease;
  • Chapel Hill Mall facing foreclosure;
  • Cuyahoga County hires law firm to help keep Sherwin-Williams;
  • Ohio falls behind on gas tax labels for pumps;
  • Cleveland to apply for grant to help make homes lead-free;
  • EPA: No need for oversight on Akron sewer project;
  • Hall of Fame Village secures funding for expansion;
  • Update to come on case of missing Port Clinton teenager;

Ohio drug overdoses decrease

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, January 13:

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Dec. 13:

  • KSU gets $2M grant;
  • Cuyahoga County jail faces another lawsuit;
  • Ohio juvenile prison population has most reports of sexual abuse;
  • Birding groups sue to stop Lake Erie wind farm project;
  • Cuyahoga County pays $140,000 to settle lawsuit;
  • Cleveland JACK casino takes revenue lead over Columbus;
  • Nativity scene displayed on groups of Ohio Statehouse;
  • Court won't halt lawsuits against doctor in murder case;

KSU gets $2M grant

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, Dec. 10:

  • GM loans $40M to company buying Lordstown plant;
  • UA unveils cybersecurity lab;
  • Summit County fights climate change;
  • Judges to hear arguments for former Niles mayor appeal;
  • Official portrait unveiled of former Ohio Gov. John Kasich;
  • Chapel Hill Mall dodges another possible power shutoff;

GM loans $40M to company buying Lordstown plant

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, Dec. 9:

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Dec. 6:

  • Car battery factory to be near Lordstown;
  • DeWine opposes plastic bag ban backlash;
  • Fudge helps introduce bill to ban discrimination against hairstyles;
  • Judges rescind Cleveland man's 2017 conviction because of podcast;
  • Dominion Energy Ohio to give customers $79M in credits;
  • Summit County cities, Cleveland up against state in court;

Car battery factory to be near Lordstown

Here are your morning headlines for Thursday, Dec. 5:

Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, Dec. 4:

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, Dec. 3:

  • Dru Joyce Classic moves to Cleveland;
  • Ohio to test drinking water for chemicals;
  • DeWine unveils simplified pardon process;
  • Cuyahoga County Council votes down proposed levy for HHS;
  • Mother pleads guilty in connection with 2016 Ohio slayings;
  • State patrol: 15 killed on Ohio roadways over Thanskgiving holiday;
  • Ohio delays new law requiring home inspectors to be licensed;

Dru Joyce Classic moves to Cleveland

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