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Police Blotter Week of July 23, 2014

They’re having a peaceful memorial on Imperial and some clown is there talking junk: HELLO! 911? Would ya’ll please come and stop this doofus from running his mouth before somebody shuts him up.

50th anniversary of Freedom Summer spurs Ohio voting discussion

In 2010, many individuals chose not to vote for a variety of reasons and now we have certain office holders who support policies that completely undermine African American communities,” followed Davis.

Freddy Collier city’s first Black planning director

When he came to the city he worked hard. And with his flair for dressing he stood out in a very positive way. When you see Collier normally he has that big smile on his face because he likes what ...

Man dies after being choked by NYPD

A voice off camera serving as an on-the-scene “street narrator” can be heard saying “Once again the police are beating-up on people and all he did was break up a fight. And this is what happens for breaking up a ...

Lorain County Sheriff’s Locate Body of Man missing from Cleveland

Cory Barron found in Lorian Landfill


Passengers on the plane included a large contingent of world-renowned AIDS researchers and activists headed to an international AIDS conference in Melbourne, Australia. News of their deaths sparked an outpouring of grief across the global scientific community.

Official: Malaysian Plane Shot Down Over Ukraine

Another plane is missing

Police Blotter Week of July 16, 2014

If you hear it or can see it, report it because your call could save someone’s life.

Cleveland Clinic taps FRDC’s Vickie Johnson

Johnson has been involved in many great projects for the city of Cleveland and started recently helping push for raising funds for the African American Cultural Garden to get completed.

New York newspaper calls President Obama the n-word

The article, written by James Lincoln Collier, despite the use of the racist slur was actually pro-Obama and also criticized “racism” by the far right. Collier wrote,

Cleveland shootings continue

The Cleveland Division of Police Fifth District Detective Bureau is currently investigating a shooting which occurred on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at approximately 4 a.m.

Warrensville Petty Officer serves on USS Harry S. Truman

On our planet, more than 70 percent of which is covered by water, being there means having the ability to act from the sea.

Labor Group Withdraws UNCF Support Over Koch Gift

Curve, a book that asserted that Blacks were intellectually inferior to other races, partly because of genetics.

10-Year Sentence for ex-New Orleans Mayor Nagin

Defense attorney Robert Jenkins said that would amount to a virtual life sentence for the former mayor.