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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 […]

CLEVELAND– If you’re looking for a way to stay cool in these sweltering temperatures, the City of Cleveland’s pools and spray basins will be open beginning at noon today. Here is a list of Cleveland’s summer outdoor pools: Duggan Park: 1696 Catalpa Rd. Forest Hills Park: 12310 Arlington Ave. Gassaway Pool: 2306 East 100th St. Glendale Park: […]

(RNN) – Some moments are more romantic than others. Kevin Przytula proposed to his girlfriend, Allyssa Anter, over the weekend. Dropping to one knee, he popped the question while his daughter shot the video at a fountain in Bay City, MI. “I love you with all my heart,” Przytula said in the YouTube video. Standing right behind the […]

If you haven’t yet paid your respects to Prodigy following his sudden passing at age 42, you have one last chance to send him off right. There is expected to be a special public funeral service at a New York City chapel on Thursday, June 29, to allow the public to see Prodigy one last time. The funeral service is expected to […]

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson got trapped in an elevator during his visit to public housing units in Miami, Florida earlier today, the Miami Herald reports. In a hilarious twist of fate, the painfully unqualified surgeon turned politician was riding the elevator with Miami-Dade County Public Housing Director Michael Liu and five others, when […]

KENT, OH (WOIO) – Police in Kent are warning parents about a danger most probably never thought about — the possibility of drugs or blood contamination on a rest room baby changing station. An incident Friday drew attention to the matter. A man went into the Sheetz gas station on North Mantua and went straight […]

EUCLID, Ohio — Due to an increase in disruptive behavior, Euclid Public Library will soon require anyone under the age of 18 to have a chaperone. According to EuclidLibrary.org, the change will be effective March 1. The website states: “Unfortunately, since the beginning of 2017, the library has experienced a sharp increase in disruptive behavior […]

ELYRIA – An Elyria woman was arrested for sitting nude on her front porch Sunday. According to a police report, Annette M. Osborn, 48, of Elyria, was found by officers sitting on her front porch completely nude “with her private parts exposed.” Osborn told officers she was acting in protest of the drug activity that […]

CLEVELAND – Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and other city officials have announced a new tip line for the public. The public will be able to call the tip line, 1-800-225-5324, to share information about suspicious activity. Cleveland police say that the public’s help with bring attention to things officers may not be immediately aware of […]

Gov. Mark Dayton and Lt. Gov. Tina Flint Smith have officially declared May 23 “Beyoncé Day” in Minnesota. But not everybody is happy about it. The announcement came just hours before Bey’s Formation tour stop Monday in Minneapolis, which marked her fourth performance in the state since 2004. In the proclamation, Gov. Dayton and Lt. Gov. […]

The Education Department and DOJ will issue guidance to school districts. President Barack Obama plans to issue a directive to public schools telling them to allow transgender students to use bathrooms that match their identity, CNN reports. School districts will receive a letter on Friday from the Departments of Education and Justice that provides guidance […]

CLEVELAND – Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Tim McGinty is under the protection of Cleveland Police after a death threat was made against him. The threat, posted on a flyer, called for $500,000 for proof of kill. The flyer mentioned Tamir Rice. It surfaced less than two weeks after McGinty announced that a grand jury would not […]