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‘It’s killing our babies’: 12-year-old from Richmond Heights dies attempting TikTok challenge, family says

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A 12-year-old boy from Richmond Heights died Tuesday after trying a dangerous game from social media that has gone viral, his family says. Tristan Casson died attempting the “blackout challenge” on TikTok, one of the world’s most popular apps, the boy’s mother, Taylor Davis said. As part of it, participants are challenged to hold their breath or asphyxiate themselves until they pass out.

Child kidnapped in Cleveland carjacking, police body camera shows

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Several hundred car thefts happen in Cleveland every year. 19 Investigates is taking you inside how dangerous these crimes can be. A child was caught in the middle of a violent car theft this past summer. Public records from the city show how everything unfolded. That...

Humanitarian Award Celebration

APS scholar leaders Willen Bloss, Kaysie Anderson, Layna Mason and Cochise Griffin served as APS Ambassadors on the evening of December 6 at The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio 68th Annual Humanitarian Award Celebration Dinner at the Cleveland Downtown Hilton. One week before the dinner, the APS scholar leaders participated...

Ohio Woman Who Went Missing Found Dead in Backyard with Gunshot Wound to the Head

An Ohio woman who was the “light in the lives she came across” has been found dead after going missing for over a month. Adrianna Kiri Taylor was last seen in early October and was reported missing on November 13. The 23-year-old was living with her boyfriend at the time she vanished, her family believes. With each passing day, loved ones grew more concerned about her whereabouts and whether she was safe.

Cleveland police to create first-ever relocation program for homicide witnesses

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Division of Police is working to establish its first-ever formal witness-protection program in hopes of solving more homicides. Roughly $13,000 out of a $17,000 state grant from the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services will be used by Cleveland police to temporarily re-locate homicide witnesses at risk of retaliation, during the course of a one-year pilot program.
Cleveland Jewish News

Neil M. Tramer

Growing up in a two-family home in East Cleveland, Neil Tramer said he witnessed quite a bit of antisemitism, and this, along with having a father who served 18 months in World War II, had a lasting impact on him. When about 10 years ago he went to a morning...

Crash cleared on I-480 West, lanes open

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — Heads up!. SUBSCRIBE: Get the day's top headlines sent to your inbox each weekday morning with the free 3News to GO! newsletter. Drivers were being advised to find a new route on Thursday morning if they were heading into downtown Cleveland. According to the Ohio Department...