An anti-“nuisance” law in South Euclid, Ohio, allows the city to fine residents if the cops repeatedly show up at their house.
A Motherboard investigation found that ShotSpotter frequently generates false alerts—and it's deployed almost exclusively in non-white neighborhoods.
In her resignation letter, Christine Priola wrote that she was leaving her job “to expose the global evil of human trafficking and pedophilia.”
Nationwide, there’s a growing use of GPS monitoring for people charged with crimes. But the practice is largely unregulated, leaving many with huge personal and financial costs.
The pandemic has hit the campaign trail.
The Cleveland-area jail has come under harsh scrutiny due to alleged civil rights violations and inmate deaths.
"I’m going to jail cuz I’m broke, disabled, and can’t fix my home.”
Solomon Nhiwatiwa is accused of assaulting the girl as she waited for a school bus.
Good Company in Cleveland claims it couldn't pass inspection unless it added M and W labels to the bathroom doors.
But it has nothing to do with the 2014 killing, for which he was never indicted.
He'd served nine months in 2015 for the beating, then was hired by the mayor as a minority business development director
Grand Theft Auto IRL.