Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Americans traveling to the Games this year should be vigilant of their surroundings, officials said.
We looked at stories from across America in the year since the shootings at Sandy Hook School to try to illustrate the scale of the problem.
'Cell tower dumps’ are causing Americans to ponder their basic rights of privacy.
FEMA issues new guidelines for first responders of mass attacks.
A look at ‘dabbing,’ a new trend in marijuana consumption.
Facebook feeds and cable networks are full of coverage of innocent people being sucker punched. But there’s not much evidence of this “game” sweeping the nation.
The force will be strong on Twitter for the 2nd Global Police Tweet-a-thon.
First event is at Solon Community Center on October 24, hosted by Judge Michael Astrab.
A round-up of incidents from area police departments.
The following information was provided by the Solon Police Department.
Marvin Mitchell is the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force's fugitive of the week.
The former QB may have dodged the most harmful evidence to his case by refusing test.
The Cleveland city councilman finished his ten-day sentence over the weekend.
A round-up of incidents from area departments
There is an open house on Sunday, Oct. 6 from 1-4 p.m.
The legendary quarterback said he couldn't perform field sobriety tests because he had a "line that couldn't block."
Terrell Fennell is the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force's fugitive of the week.
Kosar's attorney faxed his plea to the court, according to WKYC Channel 3.
The famous Cleveland Browns quarterback posted a $500 bond.
Also, man heats fake urine, gets busted for pot.