George Forbes has held Cleveland's race card for almost 30 years. He makes no apologies for when he plays it. Or when he doesn't
by Jacqueline Marino | Jun 15, 2000
Anthony Apanovitch has been sentenced to die in the electric chair. Despite evidence suggesting he may be innocent, the state is determined that he will.
by Jacqueline Marino | Feb 10, 2000
The troubled Mahoning Valley struggles to break free from its history and its congressman, Jim Traficant.
by Jacqueline Marino | Jul 26, 2001
What you don't know about the nurse shortage can hurt you.
by Jacqueline Marino | Jun 28, 2001
Troopers say a parole officer preyed upon his clients. They just couldn't convict him of it.
by Jacqueline Marino | Jun 14, 2001
After decades of being ignored by medical schools, abortion is back by student demand.
by Jacqueline Marino | May 31, 2001
Rainey Watkins went to juvenile prison depressed and suicidal. Then she got even worse.
by Jacqueline Marino | May 3, 2001
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