Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, has been found guilty of unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
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Morning Headlines: Columbus Police Shoot, Kill Teenage Girl; Cleveland Officials Address Rise in Gun ViolenceBody camera video shows a Columbus officer fatally shoot a Black teenage girl Tuesday afternoon; Cleveland officials say they’re working to address what they call an alarming increase in homicide and gun violence; Ohio’s lieutenant governor met with a group of Asian American neighbors following "Wuhan virus" tweet; and more stories.
The Groundbreaker award is presented to one filmmaker in particular who is a pioneer in their field, and whose work has proven to lift up marginalized voices. Winner Ashley O'Shay talks about her film, "Unapologetic."
Updated: 12:22 p.m., Tuesday, April 20, 2021 A special panel of three retired judges suspended Cleveland City Councilman Ken Johnson from office Tuesday, following a federal grand jury’s February indictment on corruption charges. Johnson pleaded not guilty to charges that he stole federal program dollars and falsified expense reports.
The historic Union Trust building in Downtown Cleveland could be reimagined as workforce housing under a redevelopment plan that’s been securing public financing in the past few months.
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Morning Headlines: Dayton Mayor Announces Run for Governor; Columbus Leaders Call for Protests to Stay PeacefulDayton Mayor Nan Whaley says she will try to unseat Republican Gov. Mike DeWine after her effort to work with him on gun reforms in the aftermath of a mass shooting in her city stalled; politicians, religious leaders and community activists in Ohio's capital city are calling for protests to remain peaceful as a verdict nears in the trial in the death of George Floyd; Republican Ohio Congressman Steve Stivers says he'll leave Congress on May 16 to run his home state’s chamber of commerce; and more stories.
A new project looks to tap into the hope that comes with finally getting a COVID-19 vaccine through poetry.
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