Speaker after speaker at the Republican convention said don't question the cops, and if you do talk about them, make sure it's unconditional praise.
In Toledo, Ohio—just two hours away from the Republican National Convention—there's a thriving enclave of Middle Eastern immigrants.
Samuel DuBose's death led to peaceful protests, resulted in a cop getting charged with murder, and inspired this photo series of "Over-the-Rhine" from Taylor Dorrell.
It's hard to imagine the delegates for Donald Trump sleeping in this decrepit, "haunted" funeral home that has a bloody statue of Jesus fucking Mary Magdalene.
There's only one place where you can see a giant duct tape Empire State Building next to a 350-pound duct tape cheeseburger.
"What makes us nervous is that one of his supporters is going to do something crazy or extreme just to show their support for him."
American mass gun violence over a seven-day period dwarfed the entire European continent's own toll so far this year.
According to the band, the police, and the gas station, the answer is no. But the world can still dream.
An Ohio teen is on the hook after using Periscope to capture her 17-year-old friend's attack.
It's where Dahmer apparently murdered his first victim, but crashing there during the Trump show will cost you an arm and a leg.
If the Communist government's plan goes through, Otto Warmbier won't be back on US soil until he's at least 36.
"My demons won today. I'm sorry," was the activist's last Facebook post.
He's launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise support for his undead manger scene, despite angry Baptist flyers and a court summons from the county.
"People that I would say are trolls sort of took over. The inmates started running the asylum."
The war on drugs has sucked up public safety dollars that might otherwise go towards putting rapists and killers behind bars.
Issue 3 and its bizarre mascot, Buddie, suffered a 65–35 loss at the polls.
On the eve of the state's vote on recreational marijuana, we got a reminder of how cruel the war on drugs can be.
In part one of our documentary, host Wilbert L. Cooper heads back to his hometown to speak with members of the police force about serial killer Anthony Sowell's case, and revisits the horrific evidence of Sowell's heinous murders.
The Anthony Sowell case was always about more than just a psycho with a penchant for raping and butchering women. But it took me a long time to see it that way.
In part two of our series, host Wilbert L. Cooper meets with survivors of Anthony Sowell's crimes, retracing the timeline of when the victims went missing and chronicling law enforcement's missteps.
Part three of our series looks into the Cleveland police force's overworked and under-resourced sex crimes department, which contributed to Sowell's ability to prey on vulnerable women for years.
In the final part of the series, host Wilbert L. Cooper meets the victims' families who are continuing to try to make sense of Sowell's crimes and the institutional failures that contributed to them.
From the mutilated corpses of the Cleveland Strangler to the castrated cadavers of the Mad Butcher, victims of Northeastern Ohio's most notorious murders have had little agency and even less money.
Ohio will vote Tuesday on a ballot initiative that would end marijuana prohibition, but create a monopoly on the legal weed industry in the state.