An Idaho county sheriff in charge of deciding whether or not to test rape kits angered the public after he suggested that most victims' rape kits don't need to be tested because they were never actually assaulted.
As voters headed to the polls in five early voting states Tuesday, presidential candidates in both parties zig zagged across the country as they made last-ditch efforts to make an impression.
Committed and beloved activist MarShawn McCarrel had more plans to expand helpful educational programs in his city before his untimely death earlier this month.
The investigation surrounding the 2014 death of Tanisha Anderson at the hands of the police has taken a new turn after it was announced that the Ohio attorney general's office was named the special prosecutor in the case, NBC News reports.
An Ohio police officer was placed on administrative leave this week after making insensitive comments about the death of a Black Lives Matter activist, ABC News reports. Lee Cyr commented, “Love a happy ending” on a Facebook news post about the suicide of MarShawn McCarrel. The 23-year-old reportedly shot himself in front of the Ohio statehouse on […]
Following outrage that the city of Cleveland would charge the estate of a 12-year-old boy fatally shot by police with his last ambulance ride, Mayor Frank Jackson apologized, dropping the $500 claim.
The child's estate owes $500 for "emergency medical services rendered as the decedent’s last dying expense."
Police have arrested and charged an Ohio couple with child endangerment after an officer found their sobbing two-year-old son home alone and stuck in a toilet in their apartment, reports Fox 2 NOW.
According to a new report, the grand jury in the Tamir Rice case failed to vote on the charges against officers Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback and is the same panel that decided to not indict the pair.
The 58-year-old made his return to WVKO-AM (1580), the radio station where the Ohio native began his career in the 1980s before drug and addiction woes took over.
The reality of frivolous lawsuits is that they rarely yield the desired results of the plaintiff, and a judge in Ohio found a clever way to dismiss one such case last week. Franklin County Judge David E. Cain wrote a legally-themed poem to dismiss a $2 million lawsuit filed by inmate Darek Lathan, who soiled his […]