Orlando Brown was arrested in Ohio on a charge of domestic violence on Thursday. The former "That's So Raven" actor was reportedly fighting his brother at a residence when officers were called to the scene.
Donovan Lewis, a 20-year-old Columbus, Ohio man, was shot and killed by police who attempted to serve an arrest warrant.
Jayland Walker, a 25-year-old DoorDash driver, was shot 60 times by Akron police after leading them on a chase after a traffic stop.
A high school football coach is in hot water for forcing one of his players to violate his religious beliefs by eating pork as a punishment for missing a practice.
Ma'Khia Bryant, a 16-year-old Columbus girl, was shot several times by police responding to an incident on Tuesday (April 20).
Die hard Trey Songz fans looked contamination in the face and didn’t blink once. He recently performed a live set in the Midwest and faced a mask less crowd.
For his second full-length release, the Ohio wordsmith's soulful delivery and unflinching honesty will hold the attention of most.
The fast-food chain recently tweeted in support of the Black Lives Matter movement in what now appears to be another performative act of allyship.
While the rest of the country has been practicing social distancing for the last month to avoid the spread of COVID-19, one woman in Ohio tells reporters that she isn’t changing her plans or staying because she can’t get sick–due to being a Christian.
A football player for Eastern Kentucky University has been suspended by the team after a video of the man slamming a police officer to the ground went public. Michael Harris, a redshirt sophomore for the team, lifted the officer into the air and threw down to the ground.
Cam’Ron just blessed the streets with more of that (former) fly drug dealer talk with Purple Haze 2 and he famously told us a decade ago that he “Used To Get It In Ohio” on his Crime Pays album. However, a middle-aged postal worker must have studied the ways of Killa after she was caught […]
Dave Chappelle is using his star power and deep connections in his industry to help organize a pop-up block party in honor of the shooting tragedy in Dayton, Ohio. Chappelle, who lives 20 miles east of the city in Yellow Springs, will host the six-hour event this coming Sunday.