U.S. Department of Justice

The U.S. Department of Justice wants to join a visually-challenged Miami University student's federal lawsuit accusing the school of using technology that is a barrier to her education.

After being challenged by the Justice Department, the Ohio Department of Youth Services reduced the solitary confinement of its inmates last year.

A top official with the Cleveland branch of the NAACP says he has no confidence the city will make changes within the police department without federal oversight.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says he is not blaming police officials for problems detailed in a Justice Department report describing a pattern or practice of officers using excessive force and violating citizens' civil rights. 

City Addressing Cruiser Camera Video Problem

Oct 1, 2014

Columbus city officials say 30 police cruisers equipped with  dashboard cameras may not have been recording for nearly a week in August because the police division's storage server reached capacity.

U.S. Department of Justice

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will soon get a letter demanding an investigation of the shooting of an African-American man by white Beavercreek police officers at a store earlier this month.

US Justice Department May Join Challenge To Ohio Voting Laws

Jul 15, 2014

The U.S. Justice Department may be joining other groups who have gone to court to challenge changes in Ohio’s voting laws.  M.L. Schultze of member station WKSU in Kent reports. 

The FBI says 16 Ohio children victimized through prostitution were rescued as part of a law enforcement operation targeting child sex trafficking.

Election Monitors In Cuayhoga County Today

Sep 10, 2013

Federal civil rights observers will monitor polls in Cuayhoga County during today's primary election to make sure bilingual ballots are used under a 2010 agreement with the Justice Department.

Feds Fine Macy's For Discrimination

Jun 28, 2013

The Justice Department says it has resolved allegations against Cincinnati-based Macy's that the retailer imposed discriminatory document requirements on immigrant employees to verify that they were eligible to work.

Decree Ends Lawsuit By Female Jail Guards

Mar 29, 2013

The Justice Department has approved a consent decree that will end a discrimination lawsuit filed by female guards at the Summit County Jail.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson is asking the Justice Department to review police division's policies after a car chase ended with 137 shots fired by white officers that killed two African-Americans.


A Clark County school district will adopt an anti-discrimination policy as part of an agreement with the federal government.