Published by Julie Kent on December 3, 2013 - 8:59am
The United States captured one of the largest submarines ever built by the Japanese during World War II, and the U.S. Navy intentionally scuttled the gigantic sub during the war. Unfortunately, the exact location of the submarine was subsequently lost for a number of decades.
Last week, Luminosity announced its 2013 rankings for America's smartest colleges. The rankings include 456 universities, and this year Washington University in St. Louis came out on top. Ohio, however, fared rather well and saw five of its colleges and universities rank in the top 120.
Published by Julie Kent on November 22, 2013 - 5:21pm
The Cleveland Police announced Friday evening that an arrest had been made in connection with the attempted sexual assault and kidnapping of a juvenile victim that had taken place earlier this month at the downtown branch of the Cleveland Public Library.
Published by Julie Kent on November 14, 2013 - 10:56am
Describing Downtown Cleveland as a "walker's paradise", WalkScore.com, which determines the most pedestrian friendly cities and neighborhoods, has named Cleveland the 16th most walkable large city in the United States.
Convicted child murderer Ronald Phillips, 40, is slated to be put to death on Thursday and had requested to donate his organs to his ailing mother and sister. Ohio corrections officials, however, have denied his request, citing security issues.
It seems that mandatory condoms are a hard-sell for some in the porn industry, but now lawmakers want adult industry performers to sport more safety gear to protect them from infection from bodily fluids.