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New cases of COVID-19 are on the rise across Ohio and here in Portage County - TV2 reporter Jenna Gobrecht spoke with Manfred Van Dulmen, Interim Associate Provost of Kent State, to learn what could happen to campus if the county is upgraded to a Level 4 purple public health emergency.

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"The Haunt on Strawberry Hill" is in its fifteenth year of horror - Eric Corwin of Rootstown starts preparing for the holiday in August and uses the display to not only spread Halloween cheer but to give back to his community.

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On Thursday, Governor Mike DeWine redesgnated Portage County as a red level 3 public health emergency. The City of Kent is also taking new precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 - Gianna DaPra has the details.

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Two Ohio state representatives wrote a letter to Kent State President Todd Diacon saying that a class at a branch campus for "assigning adult-oriented material" to underage students. TV2's Jenna Gobrecht spoke to one of the representatives who is condeming the university for "awarding colleg…

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With COVID-19 being an added concern this flu season, medical professionals are urging people to get the fu vaccine to avoid overwhelming hospitals. TV2's Gianna DaPra learned more about why it's important to get the flu shot.

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A group of republican lawmakers are filing felony charges against Governor Mike DeWine for restrictions he's enforced on Ohioans over the pandemic. TV2's Jenna Gobrecht breaks down the charges and how Kent State students feel the governor is handling things.

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September is National Suicide Prevention Month, but mental health awareness among college students is an issue that should be talked about year-round. TV2's Alex Manthey has more on how what resources are available for Kent State students.

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Kent State students have been raising concerns about the university's dining partner Aramark since its arrival. TV2's Alex Manthey has the latest on why the Kent State community is angry.

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Kent State students again took to campus this week to protest police brutality, this time marching over the controversial verdict in the Breonna Taylor case. TV2 reporter Halena Sepulveda was at the march and spoke with students to learn why they plan to continue the protests.

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President Todd Diacon told TV2 and KentWired in an exclusive interview that students on campus can expect to see random testing performed among the student population in the coming weeks. TV2 correspondent Vivian Hawk breaks down the choice and how students are feeling.

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Just over a year after he was caught stalking and harassing sororities on campus, Steven Franzreb was sentenced to therapy rather than jail time. TV2's Jenna Gobrecht spoke with students affected by the incident and a psychologist who explains why the judge chose probation over incarceration.