If you’re in Kent and you go downtown, you might notice hearts scattered around town. And no, it’s not leftover Valentine’s Day decorations.
The Rootstown Rovers are preparing to play high school baseball once again, but Covid-19 is throwing them a curveball, TV2’s Cameron Miller has the story.
Being in the middle of a pandemic is hard for most of us, some more than others. Small businesses are really being affected by COVID-19 as it has been difficult for them to stay open with few customers. Some of these small business owners are students and they determined to stay open, even if it means taking extra steps to do so.
Kent State’s LGBTQ+ Center is kicking off their 10-year anniversary with queer poetry. Kent’s Audra McClain has the story.
An almost forgotten opioid epidemic is being put back into the spotlight with singer Demi Lovato detailing her own drug overdose back in 2018 in a new documentary. TV2’s own Shane Troyano explores why Kent State Students need to take this issue even more seriously now than ever before.
Students living on campus have had some new living regulations these past two semesters. TV2’s Anna Louden talked with a few students about how they feel about the protocols and if they think they are working.
Kent State University has made several changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These changes have caused student organizations, like Focus on the Future, to do things a lot differently than they have in the past. Alencia Lang has the story.
Just ahead of Tuesday’s presidential debate at Case Western, a Black Lives Matter protest filled the area around Wade Lagoon. Our reporter Rachel Gross was on the scene in downtown Cleveland.
HERE AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY RACIAL SLURS PAINTED ON THE K-S-U ROCK HAS STUDENTS MARCHING FOR THE THIRD TIME IN LESS THAN A WEEK. THE QUESTION IS WITH EVERYTHING GOING ON WITH THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT WILL THIS EFFECT HOW PEOPLE VOTE
Dussel Farm in Kent, Ohio has been around for 70 years and relies on its pumpkin festival for most of its income. Here’s how they are keeping customers safe while still giving off fall magic during the COVID-19 pandemic.