Full episode of WYSO Weekend for August 5, 2012 including the following stories:
-Boogie Nights: A History Of Funk In Dayton, by Community Voices producer Basim Blunt
-New Ohio Guide: Little Italy, by Karen Schaefer
-Jerry Kenney speaks with Bill Hardy of AIDS Resource Center Ohio about Truvada, the recently FDA-approved drug aimed at preventing HIV.
Kayla Harrison from Middletown gave the U.S. its first judo gold medal in Olympic history, taking the 78-kilogram title Thursday at the London Games.
Harrison defeated Britain's Gemma Gibbons in a final she dominated from the start, getting a stronger grip on Gibbons and managing to throw her twice.
Her medal is the U.S.' second in judo this week: Teammate Marti Malloy won a bronze in the women's 57-kilogram division.
On Monday, Governor Tim Pawlenty attended the grand opening of the Clark County GOP headquarters.
In a room full of about 50 GOP supporters, volunteers, state and local politicians, Pawlenty talked about the reasons he felt President Obama doesn't deserve a second term.
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