Jim Nolan / WVXU

It's something Ohioans just know. Cincinnatians do not like Cleveland, and Clevelanders do not like Cincinnati. How could two major cities in the same state -- a state once known as the heart of it all – have so little love for each other? WVXU's Tana Weingartner teamed up with Kabir Bhatia at WKSU in Kent to seek out an answer for Ohio Public Radio.

Brian Bull / WCPN

Wednesday President Barack Obama continues a Cleveland tradition - speaking at the City Club. The 3 p.m. speech will be streamed live here.

Other sitting presidents, including Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, have all had their turns at the podium, often at key points in their political careers.

Ann Thompson / WVXU

A panel charged with improving community-police relations following two high-profile shootings will soon start preparing recommendations for Governor John Kasich. The fourth and final hearing was held Monday night in Cincinnati

WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson talked with Maryanne Zeleznik Monday morning about the possibility that Ohio may host both of the presidential nominating conventions next year. Cleveland has already nailed down the GOP convention; and Columbus is waiting to see if it will get the Democratic convention.

Ok, so Cleveland will host the 2016 Republican National Convention.

Hooray for you, Republicans in Cincinnati say wearily, after trying and failing to win the big prize for the Queen City.

Now, the question is, who will come out of that convention at the Quicken Loans Arena as the GOP nominees for president and vice president?

There is a possibility – slim, at this point, but a possibility – that the first presidential nominating convention to be held in Ohio in 80 years will nominate an Ohioan, either for president or vice president.

Cleveland Kidnapping

May 7, 2013
Brian Bull / WCPN

Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Cleveland Chief of Police Michael McGrath, Cleveland chief deputy Ed Tomba, Cleveland Safety Director Marty Flask and Special Agent in Charge of Cleveland FBI operations Stephen Anthony held a news conference this morning.