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Join Radio One Cleveland, special guests Danielle Syndor, President of the NAACP Cleveland chapter, Marsha Mocabee, president of the Urban League of Greater Cleveland and others as we have an open and honest conversation about the vaccine and what it means for you. From the history of vaccines to the current vaccine, we will talk […]


Tune in Tuesday, November 10th at 6pm for a virtual discussion titled “Your Community, Your Police Officers – A Candid Conversation About Law Enforcement in Cleveland & How YOU Can Make a Difference”. 93.1 WZAK’s DJ Haz Matt and Z 107.9’s Ro Digga are joined by Director Karrie D. Howard, Department of Public Safety, Chief […]

You may have seen the viral video – a Euclid Police officer beating a man during a traffic stop. But our six-month investigation into the department goes even deeper, uncovering serious red flags related to police use of force. We found a small group of officers are involved in the most incidents, and despite police […]

MANSFIELD, Ohio – Police here got an unexpected but welcome guest Wednesday afternoon. Sylvester Stallone, who is filming a movie at the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, stopped by the department to work out in their gym and say hello. Police Chief Ken Coontz said the star even asked to take part in a K-9 demonstration […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The Cuyahoga County Grand Jury returned a no bill against Euclid Police Officer Matthew Rhodes. He will not face charges in the deadly police-involved shooting. He shot and killed 23-year-old Luke Stewart on March 13, 2017. Police say they were responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle on East 222nd. They […]

Euclid Police Chief Scott Meyer has released a statement regarding last Saturday’s aggressive traffic stop and arrest on E 228th St. Meyer asked for patience as his department continues its investigation into the incident, during which Officer Michael Amiott threw Richard Hubbard III to the ground and punched him multiple times. “I want to personally […]

EUCLID, OH (WOIO) – The mayor of Euclid released a statement regarding the viral video which shows a city police officer assaulting a man on the ground during an arrest. Euclid Police release dash cam video of arrest after Facebook video goes viral The graphic video shows a white police officer punching and slamming an African-American […]

A Euclid police officer is on paid administrative leave after video of a violent arrest was posted on Facebook Saturday morning. WARNING: Violent Content in this video The video shows a violent struggle between a 25-year-old man and a Euclid officer in the middle of East 228th Street. As of Saturday at 8:30 p.m., the video […]

EUCLID, OH (WOIO) – Euclid Police released a statement Saturday night after video of a violent arrest is making the rounds online. According to the news release, just before 10:30 a.m. Saturday, August 12, a Euclid police officer observed a moving/traffic violation committed by a male, later identified as 25 year old Cleveland resident Richard Hubbard […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Downtown Cleveland will now benefit from the first fire company focused on serving the area in more than 17 years. The City of Cleveland is re-opening Fire Station #28 in the Gateway District as a result of the passing of Issue 32, the income tax. “Issue 32, we voted for it, […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Macy’s revealed plans to hire seasonal associates for 83,000 positions at its Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s stores, call centers, distribution centers and online fulfillment centers nationwide for the 2016 Christmas and holiday season. Its first national holiday hiring day is scheduled to take place on Friday, Sept. 30. Job candidates can visit all Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s and […]

CLEVELAND – The first two days of the Republican National Convention saw only five arrests in the city of Cleveland. That changed on Wednesday, day three, after 17 people were arrested and two officers were assaulted at a march and flag burning protest. Of those arrested, 2 people were charged with felonies for assaulting the officers. Neither sustained […]