A Cincinnati police officer is facing a backlash as she was caught on body camera footage using the N-word towards a Black driver and teenager after encountering a traffic backup in April. Officer Rose Valentino told investigators that it was "not intended to refer to all African-Americans."
With the campaign season kicking into high gear, President Donald Trump is once again on the road rallying the stupid with more of his awful political takes and racist stances. At a rally for the Bloated Blunder in Cincinnati, an alleged Trump supporter punched an elderly white man and was promptly arrested.
Ray Tensing, the former Cincinnati police officer who shot and killed Black motorist Samuel DuBose, will not undergo a third trial in the matter. The previous trials ended without decisions, with the most recent mistrial occurring this past June.
According to police, 15 people were shot after a gunman opened fire in a Cincinnati nightclub early Sunday morning (March 26). A manhunt is on for the shooter.
Pacman Jones has been one with the legal struggle at several instances over the course of his career, and the Cincinnati Bengals player had yet another run-in with the law earlier this month. Footage of Jones’ verbally berating a city police officer went public, and the player has since apologized for his outburst.
The mother of the little boy who fell into a gorilla park enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo will not face criminal charges. The prosecutor in the case made the announcement on Monday that Michelle Gregg was not negligent in the incident that led to the shooting death of a beloved gorilla.
Ray Tensing, the former University of Cincinnati police officer that shot and killed 43-year-old Black man Samuel DuBose, had his bail set at $1 million by a Cincinnati judge earlier today. Tensing is the first officer in the city to face a murder charge while in the line of duty, this after he shot DuBose at […]
On July 19, Samuel Dubose’s name unfortunately became entered into the #BlackLivesMatter memorial when he was fatally shot in the head by University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing after a traffic stop regarding a front license plate.
Dionte Lummus is not a man that can control his anger. On Monday (Feb. 4), before a Cincinnati court could convict him on charges stemming from an armed robbery, he punched his lawyer in the face.
It’s bee five months since Sybrina Fulton, and Tracy Martin lost their son, Trayvon, and the wounds still run deep. The parents of the 17-year-old, who was shot by George Zimmerman back in February, spoke about their son during a town hall on meeting on violence and racial healing, held at Cincinnati’s Duke Energy Convention Center, Wednesday (July 25). “He […]
A church daycare has come under fire after it was revealed that employees mixed medication with candy meant for the children in an effort to help them sleep longer during nap time. Police investigators from Springfield township, located outside Cincinnati, believe that workers at Covenant Apostolic Church Daycare gave over-the-counter drug Melatonin to many of […]