Articles in the Breaking News Category

Cleveland Jail Guards Indicted For Assault, Excessive Force
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Posted in Breaking News, Lifestyle on 11 April 2019
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WOSU.org By Nick Castele Posted April 11th 2019 (PHOTO: IDRIS-FARID CLARK)   A special grand jury indicted five Cuyahoga County corrections officers Monday on civil rights and other charges. Attorney General Dave Yost’s office accuses the guards of mistreating jail inmates. One of the guards is accused of failing to seek medical help for an […]

Calvin Desir, The Second Parkland Shooting Survivor To Die By Suicide In A Week!
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Posted in Breaking News, Education, Featured Article on 11 April 2019
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TheRoot.com By Monique Judge Posted April 11rh 2019   A second survivor of the February 2018 Parkland mass shooting has committed suicide. Police confirmed that 16-year-old Calvin Desir took his own life late on March 23rd, the Miami Herald reports. Desir was the second survivor of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to […]

Former Hopkins Airport Honcho Fred Szabo Had A History of Security Violations According To The TSA!
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Posted in Breaking News, Northeast Ohio on 10 April 2019
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CleveScene.com By Vince Grzegorek Posted April 10th 2019 (PHOTO: FRED SZABO FORMER ASSISTANT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT DIRECTOR)   FRED SZABO AND DARNELL BROWN CHIEF OF OPERATIONS CITY OF CLEVELAND Public records obtained by WEWS show that former Hopkins airport No. 2 honcho Fred Szabo, who was suspended and reassigned after being caught shepherding City of Cleveland […]

‘There Is Clearly Something Happening’: Fires Destroy 3 Black Churches In Louisiana
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Posted in Breaking News, Lifestyle on 9 April 2019
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NPR.org By Shannon Van Sant Posted April 9th 2019   Federal authorities have joined the investigation into a string of fires that engulfed three historically black churches in southern Louisiana in the span of just 10 days. The fires began on March 26 in Louisiana’s St. Landry Parish, a rural community north of Lafayette. Officials […]

Ohio Schools Now Must Notify Parents When Kids Are Absent!
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Posted in Breaking News, Lifestyle on 9 April 2019
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Associated Press Posted April 9th 2019   ALIANNA DEFREEZE MOTHER DONNESHA COOPER. ALIANNA ALERT TOOK AFFECT FRIDAY APRIL 6TH 2019 If Ohio children are absent from class without excuse, their schools will have to notify their parents within the first two hours of the school day under a new law that took effect Friday. It […]

Muslim Doctors Open Free Health Clinic For Uninsured Patients In Cleveland Area!
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Posted in Breaking News, Health & Fitness on 8 April 2019
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DiversityInc.com By Katherine Lewin Posted April 8th 2019 (PHOTO: DR MANSOOR MEDICAL DIRECTOR CLEVELAND INN SINA CLINIC)   CLEVELAND IBN SINA CLINIC IS IN A MOSQUE IN PARMA There is no co-pay, no ridiculous bill in the mail, no cost at all at the Cleveland Ibn Sina Clinic in Parma, Ohio. The only thing that […]

Cleveland Contractors Face Worker Shortage As Construction Backlog Builds!
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Posted in Breaking News, Careers, MXO Business Report on 3 April 2019
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Ideastream.org By Adrian Ma Posted April 3rd 2019 (PHOTO: ORLANDO TAYLOR PROJECT MANAGER TURNER CONSTRUCTION)   The temperature has been below freezing at a construction site in downtown Cleveland. That’s where workers from a company called Donley’s are pouring concrete for The Lumen, a 34-story apartment tower project that began in Fall 2018. At his […]

Cleveland-Area Economy Growing Despite Population Loss, Fed Says!
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Posted in Breaking News, MXO Business Report, Northeast Ohio on 2 April 2019
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Ideastream.org By Nick Castele Posted April 2nd 2019 (PHOTO:  FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CLEVELAND PRESIDENT AND CEO LORETTA J. MESTER)   NEWLY OPENED EAST SIDE MARKET AT 105TH AND ST. CLAIR The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland says the region’s economy is improving, even as the population shrinks and gets older, according to the bank’s […]

The White House, Not DeVos, Wanted To Slash Special Olympics Budget!
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Posted in Breaking News, Education, Health & Fitness on 2 April 2019
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Yahoo.com By Peter Wade, Rolling Stone Posted April 2nd 2019 (PHOTO” SPECIAL OLYMPIAN LORETTA CLAIBORNE)   Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was taking heat last week for cutting funding from the Special Olympics in its budget proposal this year, but a department official familiar with the process who spoke with CNN said it was the White […]

Cleveland City Council Pushes For More Details On Sex Crime Investigations!
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Posted in Breaking News, Lifestyle on 1 April 2019
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Ideatream.org By Nick Castele Posted April 1st 2019 (PHOTO: COMMANDER MICHAEL CONNELLY  LEADS THE SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS BUREAU)   At a lengthy safety committee hearing, Cleveland City Council members pressed police officials Wednesday for more details on sexual assault investigations. This meeting followed a February hearing in which police leaders briefed council on the division’s new staffing […]