Tamir Rice

The Ohio Supreme Court's ruling to reject Loehmann's appeal advocating for his reinstatement to the force upheld the city of Cleveland's termination decision from 2017.

The Buzz – Holiday Violence In US So this 4th of July weekend had more than fireworks blasting across the country as at least 233 people were killed and 618 people were injured by gun violence in more than 500 shootings across the country during the Fourth of July weekend, but what is surprising …that’s a 26% drop […]

Timothy Loehmann, the former Cleveland police officer responsible for the 2014 shooting death of Tamir Rice, has filed an appeal with the Ohio Supreme Court to return to duty. Responding to a call that described a male with a gun, Loehmann shot Rice almost immediately after arriving on the scene. Rice, holding a toy pellet […]

Inside The Buzz Today: It looks like Former President Trump is planning on returning to the world of social media in a big way after being banned and blocked from most of the major sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and others. Well it looks like now he wont need any of those sites to get […]

Donald Trump's Department of Justice announced that no charges will be brought against any of the officers involved in the police killing of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.

According to reports, the Dallas Independent School District has apologized to Emmett J. Conrad High School valedictorian Rooha Haghar for her principal cutting her microphone off when she mentioned Trayvon Martin and Tamir Rice during her speech.

Today marks the two-year anniversary of the death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was fatally shot by a White Cleveland police officer while playing with a toy gun.

Plus, Meek Mill’s cousin shot and killed in Philadelphia and a NYC LGBT activist gets 9 years for assault on gay couple at Dallas BBQ.

According to police, one of the officers fired several rounds into an alley, striking Tyree King. King was transported to Nationwide Children's Hospital and listed in critical condition, but did not survive.

William Pretzer, the museum's senior History Curator, asked the city to delay demolition of the structure in an email Monday.