CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -TSA has started posting fliers at airports warning of the changes to the ID you will need to fly within the U.S. Starting on Oct. 1, 2020 you will need to have what the TSA is calling a REAL ID, which is a new form of a state driver’s license. The new […]

Kleenex is scrapping its range of “Mansize” tissues after 62 years, following complaints that the branding is sexist. The company first launched its tissues aimed at men in 1956, claiming they would “stay strong when wet.” But complaints on social media about the product’s gendered marketing is prompting the change. Starting later this year, the […]

CLEVELAND – The families of Craig Bickerstaff, Angelo Kirkman and Tamir Rice gathered on the steps of the Justice Center Tuesday afternoon, begging for a change to Cleveland’s Community Policing Plan. All three young men were shot and killed by Cleveland Police officers — Craig 16 years ago, Angelo 11 years ago, and Tamir four […]

The newly-installed President of the United States is making decisions as part of his “America First” theme to help blue-collar workers more than keeping a lot of the policies that Barack Obama had installed during his two terms as President.   WASHINGTON — Much of President Donald Trump’s first weekend in the White House was […]

(RNN) – Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is expected to announce Wednesday that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the $20, and Alexander Hamilton will remain on the $10. Treasury Department officials told multiple news outlets Lew will also announce changes to the $5 bill to depict civil rights-era leaders. New bills may not arrive until […]

CLEVELAND — Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes are about to be unleashed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Starting this spring, crews will redesign the Rock Hall’s entry plaza with an outdoor cafe, “prime parking” for motorcycles and a concert stage. Here are the highlights: – A bigger, badder, louder concert stage with killer live music from […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson is making good on his word. Thursday the mayor promised to change the city’s process concerning any licenses, permits, insurance claims and/or invoices that may be subject to court activity including all filings and proceedings. Effective immediately, any license, permits, insurance claims, and or invoices of any […]

CLEVELAND – A new law takes effect in Cleveland Monday that requires gun offenders who reside in Cleveland to register with the city. The law was approved by city council in April.  At the time, Councilman Matt Zone told that the new law was designed to keep guns out of the hands of children and […]

In a week chock-full of events and political moves that highlight the need for criminal justice reform in the nation, President Barack Obama traveled to Philadelphia Tuesday to deliver remarks focused on policing and prisons at the NAACP’s 106th National Convention. Just a day prior, Obama granted clemency to 46 non-violent drug offenders; the most a president […]

AKRON– The University of Akron announced on Friday that they will soon begin a three-year plan to address financial issues at the school. After a 9-month review, it was determined that changes would have to be made. The $40 million of expense reductions include the following: Eliminating 215 positions via a planned reduction in workforce.  […]

In the aftermath of several high-profile police-involved shootings, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said on Tuesday that he was preparing to issue an executive order naming the state attorney general as a special prosecutor for police-related civilian deaths, according to The New York Times. The governor said his hope is that independent investigations will help […]

Critics of the potential move fear that families would have less to pay off bills and debts, though they would still be encouraged to get money orders and spend at numerous big-box retailers.   Spas. Fortune tellers. Tattoo parlors. Movies. These are on the long list of things that welfare recipients in Kansas will be […]