A teacher in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, is giving a student at her school a gift that could save her life. Tanya Thomas, a fourth-grade teacher at Slate Ridge Elementary, came across a Facebook post about a student who was looking for a kidney donor. Little did she know that the student, 10-year-old Eva Brown, was a student…
Talk about adding insult to injury. Not only did former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing walk away with zero repercussions after shooting and killing an unarmed black man, but apparently, he’ll be paid handsomely for his trouble after receiving a settlement from the university.
Renee Thole, a middle school social studies teacher who told a 13-year-old black student that he would be lynched if he didn’t behave, will not be suspended or fired.
It’s been well over three years since John Crawford III was killed in an Ohio Walmart store while holding an air rifle, browsing though merchandise and chatting on the phone.
It looks as if former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing is going to walk free after shooting and killing an unarmed black motorist two years ago. Hamilton County, Ohio, Prosecutor Joe Deters announced Tuesday that he was dropping the case against Tensing, who fatally shot 43-year-old Sam Dubose…
It’s been almost three years since a Beavercreek, Ohio, police officer fatally shot a black Walmart shopper who was holding a pellet gun that he had unboxed on a store shelf. On Tuesday, federal investigators announced that they would not seek federal charges against the officer in the shooting death of John Crawford…
For the second time, jurors were unable to reach a unanimous verdict in the murder trial of Ray Tensing, the (now-former) University of Cincinnati police officer who shot Sam Dubose in the head during a traffic stop.
A T-shirt featuring the Confederate battle flag, reportedly worn by former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing under his uniform when he fatally shot Sam Dubose—an unarmed black man—was part of the presentation of evidence Friday in Tensing’s murder trial, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Another day, another white college student caught in blackface on social media.
The family of a black man who died after Cleveland police used a Taser on him in 2010 will settle with the city for $375,000, the mayor's office announced Thursday, Reuters reports.
On Thursday evening, friends, family and community members gathered for a vigil to remember the 13-year-old Ohio boy who was gunned down by police after allegedly pulling out a BB gun, CNN reports.
An Ohio attorney was sentenced to five days in jail after refusing to remove a Black Lives Matter pin she was wearing.
Youngstown, Ohio, attorney Andrea Burton was removed from court and taken into custody after a judge declared her in contempt for refusing to take off a Black Lives Matter pin.
The situation is eerily, scarily familiar.