This week, host Craig Lyndall chats with two of our staff writers, Sam Allard and Eric Sandy, about this week's news. Along with our feature story on CDCs in Cleveland and the challenges they face on the near East and West sides of town, topics include an increased police presence on Public Square after some violence (the knockout game comes to Cleveland, maybe), how Cleveland's news really gets filtered through the legislative bodies of both the city and county, and how the news section of the paper will look in the coming weeks and month.
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