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Massillon senior Tre'Von Morgan

10/25/2018
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Massillon senior football player Tre'Von Morgan talks about his growth, both as a football player and a person, as well as the role his mom Ebony played in that growth.

Duration:00:02:31

Passerby reports woman covered in blood walking in road

9/5/2018
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A passerby called 9-1-1 when she saw a woman walking along Richville Drive SE. The woman was screaming for help and had on a bloody shirt.

Duration:00:02:05

Resident injured, dog killed in loose dog attack

8/10/2018
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A bystander on a bicycle saw Jim Walker and his dog being attacked by a loose dog. He and a friend were able to get the dog away from Walker and call 9-1-1.

Duration:00:01:25

Jackson football coach Tim Budd

7/31/2018
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Jackson football coach Tim Budd talks about his team's offensive and defensive line prior to the second day of preseason practice.

Duration:00:04:46

Interim Dalton football coach Kaleb Reed

7/9/2018
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Interim Dalton head football coach Kaleb Reed talks about the transition going on in the program after the sudden resignation of Broc Dial in June.

Duration:00:08:36

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee

7/7/2018
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Three-time Olympic gold medalist and world-record holder Jackie Joyner-Kersee spoke with Independent sports editor Chris Easterling about her hometown of East St. Louis, Ill., where she has started a foundation and community center.

Duration:00:15:23

East St. Louis Director of Strategic Partnerships Sydney Stigge-Kaufman

7/7/2018
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East St. Louis (Ill.) District 189 Director of Strategic Partnerships Syndey Stigge-Kaufman speaks to Independent sports editor Chris Easterling about the role the district is playing in helping the youth of the city realize their potential.

Duration:00:47:13

East St. Louis graduate Montez Holton

7/7/2018
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East St. Louis (Ill.) Senior High School valedictorian Montez Holton talk to Independent sports editor about the school's "Running Start" program which allowed him to graduate with an Associate's degree from Southwestern Illinois College before he even graduated high school in May.

Duration:00:12:34

911 dispatcher guides mother through CPR on her 8-week-old son

7/3/2018
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A Canton mother calls 911 to report that her 8-week-old son is not breathing. A dispatcher instructs her on CPR until police arrive and paramedics arrive.

Duration:00:04:30

911: "She killed him. He IS dead."

5/22/2018
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A 911 caller describes the shooting death of Cleveland Hawthorne, 39, on May 22, 2018. Hawthorne's wife Classie, 33, has been arrested and charged in the Canton incident. The shooting took place in a church parking lot near the couple's home.

Duration:00:01:39

Mark McDew remembers his brother, civil rights activist Chuck McDew

4/9/2018
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Civil rights activist and Massillon native Charles "Chuck" McDew died April 3. His brother Mark McDew recounts his brother's involvement with the civil rights movement and recalls the first time he experienced segregation.

Duration:00:02:41

Ohio Highway Patrol addresses distracted driving

4/6/2018
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Lt. Leo Shirkey of the Canton post of the Ohio Highway Patrol talks about efforts to crack down on distracted driving.

Duration:00:01:25

4-year-old calls 911 for ill grandmother

4/5/2018
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Aribella Wetrich, 4, Perry Township, called 911 when her grandmother became ill on March 16. Her mother and grandmother instructed on what to do in an emergency situation. Their teachings did the trick.

Duration:00:06:07

A conversation with Sam Quinones

3/29/2018
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Sam Quinones, author of "Dreamland," talks with reporter Shane Hoover about America's opioid crisis and his upcoming visit to Canton.

Duration:00:28:07

Community members discuss school threats, safety

3/16/2018
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The conversation continues. The Independent invited six panelists to discuss school security, the impact of social media and how the climate in schools have changed due to recent tragedies in the Stark County area. Listen as students, mental health professionals, educators and a law enforcement official discuss school safety, social media threats and the zero tolerance policy. This is the third and final episode in a series of three podcasts.

Duration:00:44:58

Community members discuss solving issues in our schools

3/16/2018
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The conversation continues. The Independent invited six panelists to discuss school security, the impact of social media and how the climate in schools have changed due to recent tragedies in the Stark County area. Listen as students, mental health professionals, educators and a law enforcement official discuss solving issues within schools and moving the community forward. This is the second in a series of three podcasts.

Duration:00:36:56

Community members discuss concerns, school safety

3/14/2018
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The Independent invited six panelists to discuss school security, the impact of social media and how the climate in schools have changed due to recent tragedies in the Stark County area. Listen as students, mental health professionals, educators and a law enforcement official discuss their biggest concerns with school safety and how the community can move forward. This is the first in a series of three podcasts.

Duration:00:44:19

An Akron Public Schools official discusses metal detectors in schools

2/28/2018
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Dan Rambler, director of student support services at Akron Public Schools, talks about the effectiveness of metal detectors within the school district. Rambler said the school system has metal detectors in each of its high schools and middle schools that are used randomly to check students.

Duration:00:02:32

Jackson Memorial Middle School 911 call

2/21/2018
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Assistant Principal Christa McAuliffe called 911 after a seventh-grade boy shot himself in the bathroom of the school.

Duration:00:00:18