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Kent Read, Kent Write, Kent Stop Talking…About Politics!

Hello and welcome to this week’s episode of Kent Read, Kent Write, Kent Stop Talking! This week, special guest and TV2 producer and host of All Systems Go, Mitch Felan, joins columnist Scott Rainey and...

Nurses gather at the Cypriot Parliaments House of Representatives to demand changes to higher education policies.

Dateline Cyprus: Nurses picket parliament

Mitch Felan February 6, 2017

Nurses in the European country of Cyprus have spent 10 years fighting for the future of their profession.It is now harder than ever to become a nurse in the country and protesters continue to demand change.And...

Emad Khazraee is a sociotechnical information scientist and assistant professor in Kent State University’s School of Library and Information Science. As a native of Iran, Khazraee and his family are affected by President Donald Trump’s recent Executive Order on immigration. His mother-in-law is unable to visit the United States to see his newborn son and he had to cancel a conference in India where he was supposed to conduct a workshop. “We are the lucky ones because we are all together. There are families that are separated now,” Khazraee said. “We built all this trust in the institution of democracy. That’s one of the reasons we immigrated to the United States. You can see that it might evaporate if people do not really take care of democracy… you always need people’s vigilance to protect those values,” he said about the ban.

Trump policy breaks families apart

Mitch Felan January 31, 2017

Kent State assistant professor Emad Khazraee remembers where he was the night of Nov. 4, 2008. He was sitting in front of a television set in Iran, waiting through an eight-and-a-half-hour time difference...

PARTA planning to open Portage County’s first compressed natural gas station for public, private use

Mitch Felan December 4, 2016

ARTA is continuing to make progress in building the first compressed natural gas (CNG) facility in Portage County that will be available for public and private use.The bus service is planning to build...

Traffic returns to using Summit St. as a two way road after lenthy construction in Kent, Ohio on Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

Summit Street opens two-way traffic, university plans Phase Two construction

Mitch Felan November 16, 2016

Summit Street Opens For Two Lane Traffic from KentWired.com on Vimeo.After months of construction, Kent’s East Summit Street is once again open to two-way and two-lane traffic.According to Kent City...

How you can get to the polls this election season

Mitch Felan November 1, 2016

As this year’s election season comes to a close, some voters are starting to wonder how they will make it to the polls to vote for their candidate.Kent Social Services and the Portage County Board of...

Kent State students participate in the 2016 Pumpkin Bash hosted by Lambda Chi Alpha on Manchester Field on Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016.

Lambda Chi Alpha Pumpkin Bash fundraises for Feeding America

Lambda Chi Alpha celebrates 14th Pumpkin Bash from KentWired.com on Vimeo.Kent State's Lambda Chi Alpha raised money to donate food to Feeding America at its Philanthropy event, Pumpkin Bash, on Sunday...

Summit Street Closed Today

Mitch Felan October 15, 2016

Summit street will be closed between Fraternity Circle and East Campus Center Drive from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm today. According to a press release by Kent City Engineer Jim Bowling, workers will be laying...

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TV2 News at 6: October 10th, 2016

Produced by Mitch Felan October 11, 2016

This program was produced by Mitch Felan. Contact him at [email protected]

Alexander Wadley / The Kent Stater Ray Oak, Truck Driver, 37, inspects his Stag AR-15 rifle in preparation for the Open Carry/Firearm Education Walk at Kent State Sept. 24, 2016. “I believe anyone should be able to carry at any time. If you’re an adult and you’re able to go to war you should be able to carry a gun on campus. Just because you walk on campus doesn’t make you a criminal and mean they can take away your rights.” said Ray Oak.

Kent State trustees request changes for university deadly weapons policies

Mitch Felan September 30, 2016

Kent State's Board of Trustees Finance and Administration Committee moved to make changes to the university’s deadly weapon policy and end a conflict with state concealed carry laws during a meeting...

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TV2 News at 6: September 26th, 2016

Produced by Mitch Felan September 27, 2016

This program was produced by Mitch Felan. Contact him at [email protected]

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TV2 News at 6pm: September 19th, 2016

Produced by Mitch Felan September 20, 2016

This program was produced by Mitch Felan. Contact him at [email protected]

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