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Gov. Nixon orders National Guard to Ferguson

Ferguson police waited six days to publicly reveal the name of the officer and documents alleging Brown robbed a convenience store shortly before he was killed. Police Chief Thomas Jackson said the officer did not know Brown was a robbery ...

Turmoil, Tear Gas gives way to hope in Ferguson

But the latest protests had a light, almost jubilant atmosphere among the racially mixed crowd, more akin to a parade or block party. The streets were filled with music, free food and even laughter.

Police Blotter Week of August 13, 2014

Some nut is walking on 79th and Euclid with two pearl handle pistols: WHOA! On Aug. 9, around 10:13 a.m., there were several calls that came in from people in the Church Square Shopping Center area,


Among the protesters critical of the police response has been state Sen. Maria Chapelle-Nadal, a Democrat from nearby University City

Buckeye Woodhill Station back open

Rapid running again for Thursday riders.

Cuyahoga County Council Approves Voting Rights Amendment

The Voting Rights Amendment was submitted to Council by FitzGerald last May after Governor John Kasich, Secretary of State Jon Husted, and members of the Ohio General Assembly took a series of actions to eliminate early voting days

Amauris Zaiter Sentenced to 28½ Years

On July 15, 2014, Zaiter entered a plea of guilty to one count of Rape, one count of Gross Sexual Imposition, one count of Kidnapping, 26 counts of Pandering

RTA Rapid closed at Buckeye Woodhill station

After a rain storm Tuesday night, RTA is faced with more problems.

Obama Directs Funds to Fight Terrorists in Africa

The operation is code-named “Barkhane” after a crescent-shaped dune in Sahara desert. Operation Barkhane involves Mauritania, Burkina Faso,

Police Blotter Week of August 6, 2014

Shady shysters steals two Goodman A/C units from Shadeville Church of God: Ha-Mercy! Don’t even try to tell me what these shady crack heads bastards won’t do to get that rock to get high

Leon Bibb honored as 2014 Black Professional of the Year

In 1978, Leon Bibb interviewed James Earl Ray, the convicted assassin of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Ray’s prison cell at Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary (TN).

Group wants dismissal from duty for ‘all thirteen’ 137 shot cops

A placard passed amongst the committee was signed with quotes stating, “Brelo was not the only shooter.” “Why did they not stop the car?” “Brelo should not be the only scapegoat for the 12 other shooters.

Judge Lance Mason arrested

Mason was taken to Shaker Heights Municipal Jail where the police report shows he did request counsel. It also states he had made statements about a desire to commit suicide.

John H. Lenear one of Call & Post's greats

He also loved shooting pool and would often be seen at the Playboy Pool Room, where he would shoot a game with future Cleveland Mayor Carl Stokes or members of the original O’Jays.

Police Blotter Week of July 30, 2014

Nett knows that she’s too old to be out there drunk and acting a damn fool: Whaaaat! Say that again? On July 22, around 10:58 p.m., officers were dispatched to a house in the 100 block of Hollinger Avenue,