Clay O’Neal

Hello! My name is Clayton O'Neal, but I typically go by Clay. I am a senior at Kent State University majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in marketing. This past fall, I had the privilege of leading TV2, our student-run television station, as general manager, where I worked to expand the my skills and [...]

Kids & River Stories

Second graders from Amy Hopkins's class at Holden Elementary worked for more than a month to create poems and short stories about the Cuyahoga River. Below, see and hear each student in the class read their work.  Declan Patterson Lilly Jancsurak Isaac Harder   Nora Levicky   Ja'Niyah Finley   Phoenix Budear Jayden Amos Mikayla [...]

Homes surrounding the Cuyahoga River continue to raise health concerns

A decades-old health issue continues to raise valid and serious concerns all over the country, especially right here in Northeast Ohio.  Century old homes are scattered throughout the region and are often viewed as pretty or historic. The exterior charm, though, can distract from problems inside the house, typically on the interior walls and surfaces [...]

Natural Disasters Contribute to Pollution Epidemic

Often times, and rightly so, natural disasters are associated with death, destruction and diplomacy. But there is another concern that is often overlooked when it comes to natural disasters: pollution. Pollution comes in many forms and ultimately effects many different areas of the environment. Take Hurricane Katrine for example. The category 5 hurricane smashed into [...]