Use of force incidents that occur during mental health calls for officers who receive Crisis Intervention Team training are few and far between, but people are still hesitant to involve police in mental health crises.
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Downtown Akron, Summit Lake, and the Ohio & Erie Canal Park are all undergoing a transformation under the Akron Civic Commons initiative.
Six young activists are due Wednesday at the European Court of Human Rights, where they're accusing 32 governments of violating their human rights for failing to adequately address climate change.
NASA's Osiris-REx mission has successfully returned a pristine sample of asteroid back to Earth. This cupful-or-so of space rock could shed light on the solar system's origins.
The Ohio Redistricting Commission held its first public hearing Friday at Deer Creek State Park Lodge and the panel will hold two, maybe three, in various places next week.
The museum will reopen to the public on October 15 with the completion of another major piece of its decade-long, $150 million transformation project
Akron Municipal Court will use the grant money to help connect people facing eviction with resources in the community with the goal of reducing the number of evictions.
UAW President Shawn Fain announced Friday morning the Stellantis facility in Northeast Ohio would be among the 38 plants joining the union's strike.
The university, located in Berea, says it's conducting a “holistic review of programs, staffing and expenses to achieve efficiencies,” while freezing most hiring.
Beachwood's Suburban Temple Kol-Ami is using the shofar, an instrument that dates back to Judaism's beginning, to engage children during the the High Holy Days
UAW workers at 38 GM and Stellantis faciilties across 20 states walked off their jobs, though Ford was not hit with new strikes. President Biden is set to attend a picket line next week.
In 1970, university students Mary Petry and Bill Sproat were murdered in a Columbus apartment. The case remains unsolved, but new forensic evidence has given family members hope the killer will finally be found. New episodes every Wednesday.
Is Cleveland really the worst city for Black women? New podcast available from Ideastream Public Media.