Charles Ramsey

  CLEVELAND – On the afternoon of May 6, 2013 Charles Ramsey was a dishwasher, serving out a two week suspension from work and missing his $269 a week paycheck. With the $11 he had left in his pocket he headed, as the rest of the world would soon learn, to McDonalds and ordered the […]

  CLEVELAND – From dishwasher to international celebrity in one afternoon, that’s how Charles Ramsey’s new website CharlesRamseyWorld.com describes the roller coaster ride that transformed him in a matter of hours from that local dishwasher to an internet star. A rise detailed in his new book set to be released May 1 under the title […]

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Charles Ramsey is moving on up. The man who helped reduce four kidnapping victims in Cleveland last May has signed a contract to publish his…

Comedian Chris Paul gives us his hilarious take on the day’s hot topics: Oprah Winfrey is a happy woman.  Her OWN network has officially turned…

Two months after he became a national hero for helping to rescue three Cleveland women held captive for a decade, Charles Ramsey said he’s now broke and homeless. “I’m broke, bro,” Ramsey told the Daily Mail. “That’s the truth.” Ramsey said he was fired from his job working in a kitchen because customers kept coming […]

CLEVELAND – Cleveland’s own hero Charles Ramsey is being honored with a statue in his likeness in Kentucky and we’re now seeing what his bust will look like. The photo is sent from us by Matt Jones, who is covering the story in Stanville, Kentucky, where Ramsey is making an appearance at the law firm […]

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Local hero and burger enthusiast Charles Ramsey will never have to pay for a beef patty in Cleveland again, thanks to a special free burger card good…

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A Cleveland tattoo artist was so impressed with Charles Ramsey‘s heroic act of saving three kidnapped women that he offered to tattoo the man’s face…

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It never fails, whenever a black man (from the hood no less) is labeled a hero, reporters do this thing where they try to find…

For the steep price of $700 you can have the face of Cleveland hero Charles Ramsey tattooed on any part of your body. The tattoo…

CLEVELAND – One of the people who helped rescue the three missing women who were held captive at a Cleveland house for years returns to work at a downtown restaurant Monday, and a special dish has been named in his honor. Hodge’s Cleveland, located on Euclid Avenue near the intersection of East 6th Street, posted […]