An Akron police commander defended the officers: "Sometimes you do have to throw punches."
Kim Tam Park representatives said they are investigating, and that the incidents aren't “something we thought up or made up.”
The NBA legend is giving all students who attend the school their own bike.
White women, what if we just STFU and listened to WoC?
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“There’s no greater city on the planet," said one Ohio resident.
An Indian immigrant in Ohio is helping Bhutanese women to be economically independent through her new program.
Akron offers a reminder that immigration simply looks like people from various places living side by side.
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How civility and inclusion drive progress.
Spotify data reveals Akron residents are big on country.
Brianna and Julia recount what it was like to report in two different states.
The I Promise School is scheduled to open in 2018 in James' hometown.
'Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses, Yearning to Breathe Free.' Do We Still Believe It?
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses, yearning to breathe free." So reads The New Colossus, by Emma Lazarus, inscribed on the Statute of Liberty -- that beacon of freedom and opportunity for millions of immigrants arriving at Ellis Island. But do we believe it anymore?
Whether LeBron knows it or not, three generations of his family once called Cleveland home. LeBron has classic, Great Migration heritage, and two branches of his family tree made their way from the South to Cleveland.
There is another benefit, however, that that's proving attractive to some emerging stars: using fame to do some good. It won't get you on the cover of the tabloids, but it can be satisfying and fun.
There was shock and surprise as Twitter blew up around 12:30 p.m. EDT on Friday as LeBron James announced his much-awaited decision via Sports Illustrated "I'm Coming Home." I was not surprised at all. I totally understood. Where you grew up is part of your soul.
Nothing says all-American like a summer food festival in the Heartland, and hamburgers are as American as it gets.
I'm not sure what happens in other states, but here, it goes beyond radio and television. At a party last weekend, the tunes on Pandora were interspersed with messages about the importance of somebody's China policy.
The two-week camp launches Aug. 8, with James taking a 2.6-mile ride through Akron with 20 high school students. His program
The Ohio mother explains that she believes her children stayed with her father frequently enough to make them eligible to