Full episode of WYSO Weekend for April 22, 2012 containing the following stories:
-Jerry Kenney speaks with Jean Howat Berry about Cityfolk's Culture Builds Community culmination performance, Soul Rhythms.
-Jerry Kenney speaks with Alan Shaffer about the Dayton Progress Manufacturing Challenge scholarship program for area high school students.
-The latest installment of the SOCHE Talks: Why We Need a Renewable Energy Revolution
A spring storm expected to hit hardest Monday could drop up to eight inches of snow on portions of northeast Ohio while producing high winds across most of the northern half of the state.
Cleveland-based National Weather Service meteorologist Will Kubina says the storm could cause significant power outages as snow weighs down tree branches that already have most of their leaves.
Kubina says the worst of the storm was expected through the day and into the night Monday.
The April 2012 installment of SOCHE TALKS featuring Bob Brecha, from the University of Dayton on putting Why We Need a Renewable Energy Revolution.
The unemployment rate in Ohio has dropped for the eighth straight month despite the non-farm payrolls decreasing by 9,500.
Authorities say more environmental cleanup will be needed after a fire at a Springfield fuel company created thick black smoke and left officials monitoring oil that spilled into a nearby tributary of a creek.
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