Daily Rundown June 1, 2020

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Lakeland receives $1.5M in CARES Act funding to assist students affected by novel coronavirus disruption

Party picks a judge June 9

George Floyd protests: Downtown buildings and businesses damaged in Saturday’s protests

Cleveland Rising groups use Zoom meeting to update public on bold ideas for transforming Cleveland

DeWine activates National Guard in Cleveland; city declares emergency and enacts curfew

Livestreaming public meetings during coronavirus era a struggle for some

University of Akron board approves reducing its colleges, cutting pay and maybe trimming workforce

Shift from peaceful protest to violence leads to cleanup, questions in Akron

Historic downtown landmarks, businesses damaged in protest unrest

More than 200 arrested in weekend protests to be in court today

About 5,500 provisional ballots rejected because voters didn’t qualify to vote in person

ADAMH eyeing increased levy for November ballot

River View Board of Education looking at other cutbacks

Governor orders national guard to Columbus to quell protests, citywide curfew in place

Widespread voter fraud not a problem in Ohio

Caller told Emilia Sykes he was holding her father, threatened to kill him

Schools nationwide brace for cuts from new financial crisis

US heads into a new week shaken by violence and frustration

Confirmed coronavirus cases in Ohio jump more than 400 in one day: Sunday update



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