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Cleveland Browns report to offseason workouts today

Cleveland Browns report to offseason workouts today



2018-04-16T14:03:57+0000

The Cleveland Browns reported to Berea this morning for off-season workouts. Are you excited for the new-look Browns?

It's about that time of the year. -- Today marks the start of the Browns’ 2018 off-season program.



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If you already receive Wild Ohio Magazine, you can look forward to getting the 2018 Summer Edition soon! If you do not yet have a magazine membership, sign up by Sunday, May 6th and the next edition you receive will be the 2018 Summer Edition. The summer edition features safe and effective tips for you to interact with wildlife. There will also be articles about crayfish, common terns, stream fish, and more to make you want to get outside and explore!

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If you already receive Wild Ohio Magazine, you can look forward to getting the 2018 Summer Edition soon! If you do not yet have a magazine membership, sign up by Sunday, May 6th and the next edition you receive will be the 2018 Summer Edition. The summer edition features safe and effective tips for you to interact with wildlife. There will also be articles about crayfish, common terns, stream fish, and more to make you want to get outside and explore!

Sign up now to receive the 2018 Summer Edition of Wild Ohio Magazine: wildohio.gov/magazine
Purchase online: https://oh-web.s3licensing.com/

The cost is only $5 online if you have a current fishing or hunting license. You can also ask to sign up for only $5 at any vendor where Ohio fishing and hunting licenses are sold. The magazine is delivered to your mailbox six times per year, one being a calendar edition.

13 hours ago

Cleveland Police

N.I.C.E. work, officers.

www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2018/04/cleveland_polices_nice_unit_jo.htmlMembers of the Cleveland police department's newly created N.I.C.E. Unit helped deliver furniture that Northeast Ohioans donated to families who were devastated by a recent fire at the Rainbow Terrace subsidized housing complex.
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If you guys need more furniture I have some to donate.

Oh social workers no longer doing police work at CPD

Blessing💙that was Nice!

God Bless !

CLE Security Manager Howard Phillips awarding @united employee Jeremy Kenepp for his quick thinking and actions to prevent a security incident at CLE back in February. ...

CLE Security Manager Howard Phillips awarding @united employee Jeremy Kenepp for his quick thinking and actions to prevent a security incident at CLE back in February.

 

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Great job Jeremy!!

Great job Jeremy!

1 day ago

Columbus Civic Center

Last minute ticket sale!! Tickets starting at $15!!!

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1 day ago

Ohio Division of Wildlife

The Free Fishing Days weekend coming up on May 5 and 6 offers Ohioans of all ages the chance to experience the fun of catching a fish. Here are some helpful tips for taking a youngster out fishing:

• Keep the trip simple by considering a child’s age and skill level.

• Choose a pond, lake or stream where children will be able to easily catch a few fish.

• A spin-cast reel is usually the easiest for kids to use.

• Bring a camera and snacks.

• Be patient – plan on spending time untangling lines, baiting hooks, landing fish, and taking pictures.

• Most of all, have fun!

Ohio’s Free Fishing Days are open to all Ohio residents and extend to all of Ohio’s public waters, including Lake Erie and the Ohio River. This is the only weekend all year that does not require anyone 16 or older to obtain a fishing license. Don't forget! Ohio State Parks is also offering a camping discount during Ohio’s Free Fishing Days. Campers can receive a 20 percent off discount May 4-6 by using the promotion code 18ANGLER. ow.ly/U9ja30jzuiw
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2 days ago

Columbus Civic Center

Teen Summit: Apr 26, 2018

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2 days ago

Cleveland Police

Missing Girls:

Heaven and Nevaeh Adams, both age 12 (twin sisters) left home on April 17, 2018 after an argument with their mother. They were located at home today but ran out of the house once confronted. Both girls were last seen in the area of Ostend Avenue. Nevaeh Adams is 5’ tall and was wearing a black coat and grey/black pants. Heaven Adams is 5’ tall and was last seen wearing a Grey hoodie and blue jeans with rips.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Heaven or Nevaeh is asked to contact police at 216-621-1234 .
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Missing Girls:

Heaven and Nevaeh Adams, both age 12 (twin sisters) left home on April 17, 2018 after an argument with their mother.  They were located at home today but ran out of the house once confronted.  Both girls were last seen in the area of Ostend Avenue.  Nevaeh Adams is 5’ tall and was wearing a black coat and grey/black pants.  Heaven Adams is 5’ tall and was last seen wearing a Grey hoodie and blue jeans with rips.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Heaven or Nevaeh is asked to contact police at 216-621-1234 .Image attachment

 

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I guess the mom will never forget either of their names since they are essentially the same (backwards from eachother). I hope these girls are safe.

I don't know the situation and I pray they get home safely, but I think you guys defending their mom if they did see this is not going to want to make the come home. Please realize that you may not know what's going on in their heads and don't just down play that. Yes it may just be over reacting but make sure. You don't know what could have happened

Heaven,Nevaeh please return back home I know your Mother didn't say anything out the way to you two that make you think it's okay to run way there's nothing out here but nasty old ass men that will try to take advantage of you and babies there's nothing more that your mother could have said to y'all to that make you all think that y'all was grown enough to run away please return home!🙏🙏praying for a safe return!!

Go home girls you have no clue what the streets are about. You only have 1 mom respect that and know she only wants what is best for both of you.

Please girls go home. You can work things out with mom.

It is my understanding that the girls were found this morning. Scroll to the 2nd article www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2018/04/cleveland_police_search_for_mi_13.html

Please go home there is nothing in the streets

Jesus take the wheel and bring these young ladies back home safely amen

Hope that the make a safe return home we are losing to many young girls I will keep them and there family in my prayers

Praying for safe return!😢

PRAYERS!!! GOD BLESS THEM BOTH!!! WATCH OVER THEM AND HELP THEM GET HOME SAFELY!!!

Baby girls if you're reading this, please please go home to your Mom.

Jennifer Crowder check out the girls name! Praying for safe return

oh child you both should go home. you can't replace the family that loves you

My mom Karen Williams use to be their foster parent..

She's calling to police now

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2 days ago

Ohio Division of Wildlife

Prescribed burns (or controlled burns or fires) take place across the Buckeye State annually. Such initiatives help restore important habitat, creating healthier ecosystems and preventing the spread of larger forest fires by reducing “fuel,” or dense, dry, and overgrown areas of land that are fire-susceptible. Prescribed burns also create “fire breaks,” or clear, open areas of land, which help responders contain and control fires in the event of wildfire sparked by a lightning strike or some other cause. As a tool for wildlife managers, wildfires are vital for many plants species to thrive. By conducting carefully controlled burns, wildlife species that rely on these fire-dependent tree and shrub species will greatly benefit. Learn more at youngforest.org/controlled-burning

Pictured: a recent controlled burn at Killbuck Marsh Wildlife Area on the Holmes/Wayne county border. Species benefiting from this program at Killbuck Marsh include sandhill cranes, trumpeter swans, American woodcock, grasshopper sparrows, Eastern meadowlarks, and cottontail rabbits.
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3 days ago

Ohio Division of Wildlife

Trumbull County Wildlife Officer Martin Cisine recently responded to a call about a common loon that had ended up in thick vegetation in the backwaters of Mosquito Lake. Common Loons are large, diving waterbirds with legs situated further back on their bodies. These legs help loons plunge under water to catch fish, but they make taking off from land and small areas of water nearly impossible.

The disoriented bird was not injured, but was trapped in an area of water too small for it to gain speed and take flight. Fortunately, Officer Cisine was able to gently capture the frightened bird with a net and release it in a larger, open lake right across the road.

The job of a wildlife officer requires a variety of skills and knowledge. And with only one state wildlife officer assigned to each of Ohio’s 88 counties, they sure do an outstanding job at protecting our wildlife and citizens. Thank you, Officer Cisine!
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How did Brown get there?

3 days ago

Columbus Civic Center

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3 days ago

Cleveland Police

A Message from Chief Calvin D. Williams

Recently, it has come to my attention there are those who believe the safety of our officers is not paramount to the Cleveland Division of Police and to the City of Cleveland, and this could not be further from the truth.

It has also come to my attention that many believe that our officers operate under a "no chase policy." This also could not be further from the truth. I want to make it clear that Cleveland police officers are authorized to and will pursue suspects wanted for crimes of violence and for OVI related offenses.

The current policies of the Cleveland Division of Police regarding vehicle pursuits give officers very specific guidance pertaining to when vehicle pursuits are appropriate and authorized. To be clear, vehicle pursuits are not authorized in cases of nonviolent crimes. Our officers will not become engaged in vehicle pursuits solely relating to property crimes. Chasing suspects at high rates of speed in vehicles solely to recover property is not only inappropriate, but it puts the lives of our residents and our officers in danger unnecessarily.

Officers are authorized to conduct vehicle pursuits in order to take violent suspects or intoxicated drivers into custody. This most certainly includes suspects who have committed violence, including attempting to harm our police officers.

The pursuit policies of the Cleveland Division of Police are detailed and follow best practice. The policies are in effect to protect the lives of officers and citizens alike. Taking violent offenders off of our streets is equally important and our officers shall conduct vehicle pursuits when this action is appropriate.

Since I became Chief, I have been committed to providing the best police services to the citizens of Cleveland while providing the highest level of training possible to ensure the safety of our officers. This commitment has not changed.
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Quoted "Officers are authorized to conduct vehicle pursuits in order to take violent suspects or intoxicated drivers into custody." Now, a vehicle a week earlier that shot shots and rammed a zone car a week later shoots 30 shots and some at officers is not "VIOLENT SUSPECTS" This was a bad call to stop the chase, you know it, I know it, the public knows it. Wake up and know what is going on in this city. We woke up a few years ago and know. They have had ATM machines hanging out the back of vehicles on at least 2 calls chasing the suspects in smash and grabs, and were called off. If it is the hard working peoples money this city wants everyone to throw on the ground to all the so called poor which is actually the ones this city and state has made lazy by giving them everything when they are perfectly capable of working but refuse to, and when it is not enough which is tossed to them they carjack, rob at gunpoint, break-in to houses case cars you name it they are doing it. And the courts are pathetic on sentencing, spin the door to catch over and over again because you are filling up the jails with murderers and claim no room. MAKE ROOM. People are sick of the BS.

we all heard the tape of the call. sgt. Hartman needs discipline. the fact that you are not punishing him, leads us all to believe that you side with no chase policy. you are ruining this city for us all with your worthless policies and federal ass kissing. my children have to live and grow here. they deserve safety. not your bullshit

Why are officers posting a whole different opinion. Just asking

the radio recording I heard was to end chase after suspects fire at a police officer .....trust me the bad guys know the brave men/women in blue's hands are tied. no disrespect chief but someone needs to clear up this policy

That radio tape says a whole different story. That criminal last week shot at an officer and his superior told him to terminate the chase. As a resident and taxpayer who pays your salary, I find this to be total bullshit! Funny how I tried to contract the mayor on this matter and have yet to receive a response back. City Hall must have forgotten that you work for us and we do not work for you!!!

How about going after the gangs in the city. Get rid of them if your in a gang you go to prison for life make Cleveland a safe place to live no one is above the law keep are police officers safe and let them do there job !!!!

How does the cop who was shot at and then told to stop pursuit feel? How do the other officers who have heard of this situation feel? The moral has to be so down in the CPD. They KNOW THEY DONT HAVE SUPPORT FROM THE SUPERVISORS AND SUPERIORS. I’m sure the motivation they have to do there job is sky high (sarcasm)

Tail wagging the dog. Anywhere east of downtown is little Iraq these days. When you don’t give your officers the autonomy to do their job out of fear of public perception and retaliation, you send a message to that community to do as they please with no fear of consequence. Chief of Police and Mayor need to go.

One question. The policy that was posted on another website say they can pursue for violent crimes or OVI, but says if that car blows stop signs or drives reckless the officers are to stop chasing! IS THAT TRUE?? If so then it is basically a no pursuit policy because a majority of cars not stopping for the police are reckless and do not obey traffic laws.

Sadly, what the rules state AND reality don't always align. What the brass says and what anyone with a modicum of intelligence can see/hear leaves the impression that there is a large disconnect between those at the top and those on the street. Please don't ruin what little credibility you have left by spouting policies that aren't followed in reality. IMO the unspoken policy (of the brass) is don't do anything that might end in bad guys getting shot. Rather then risk protest marches, you let the bad guys get away - to continue doing more bad stuff.

Actions speak louder than words. Your leadership is a joke. This City has turned into a shithole because of Frank Jackson and Chief Calvin.

What about when a suspect fires a gun at a police officer and then takes off? That chase was called off, putting other officers in danger!

This is so not the truth you say an officer being shot at was not a violent crime you say in officers car being rammed by another is not a violent crime!!!!! as I recall you called off both of those chases!!!!! Please just stop with the B.S.and let our officers do what they were hired to do Serve and Protect

Whatever policy may be... today's officers, with the disrespect and lack for authority, that seems to be taught and shows in even young teens towards officers- that we as a society need to abolish. You couldn't pay me enough to be an police officer. To go in everyday risking ur life then deal with the bs of those in higher rank on top of public day to day dealings of disrespect? I guess I'm starting to feel the gap of generations because when I was growing up we were taught to show respect for authority. And now it's becoming public knowledge that ranking officials dont even have ur back? I simply feel the people who take this huge responsibility of a job are highly UNDERPAID. Teachers and police should make way more than the business suits sitting behind desks,in meetings, or in public eye even. If your a police officer today I just want to say "Thank You" - whatever motivates you to continue I hope is met with support and public love for what you go out and do everyday. Can you imagine what Cleveland would be like without the men and woman who give so much everyday to uphold laws and protect its citizens? God Bless...

The safety of your officers means nothing to the administration. It is obvious the only thing that matters is following of the consent decree and the Federal Monitors. Who by the way are leaching our tax dollars and providing nothing.

I would expect any officer to chase any fleeing suspect no matter the crime they commit. Fleeing from police is in and of itself a felony. I find it completely irresponsible, highly unprofessional, and unacceptable for police to let a felon get away.

Every criminal in the city knows all they have to do is keep driving. Now they know they can shoot at our officers with no consequences. I guess my definition of "violent crime" differs from yours.

I heard the radio traffic. Your Sgt was wrong to terminate that pursuit. He either had the support of the administration, or he did not. If he did not, he would be punished. End of story. If He walked, he had your support.

What if it was Jackson or you being shot at? Would that be different?? You are putting your men and women in blue in significant danger! Im really glad I dont live in Cleveland anymore. I live where the police officers can do their jobs and I for one feel safe....God bless all of the officers out there and may they be safe, without the backing of the admin.....

When our officers stop taking commands from that daft mayor, your safety won’t be a factor or even an issue. If something happens to our officers, their blood will be on mayor Jackass’ hands. Hold him accountable and quit enabling him/his ways.

If this is true then the supervisor who terminated that chase should be brought up on administrative charges.

Lies, your one of Mayor Jackass cronies, we Clevelanders the people who pay you want, need more police officers on the streets, in our neighborhoods with the right to do their jobs and have enough officer's to be safe.

DOJ also found that Cleveland Police officers have among the LOWEST salaries in the state...have you reported THAT to the citizens of Cleveland? Have you told the citizens that the DOJ thinks the CITY should have been doing much more to train and support the CPD? Mayor and Chief, start showing your unmitigated support by paying these officers competitive salaries! You can’t keep up with retirement losses and are losing newly trained officers to the suburban departments left and right. You farmed out recruit training to the subpar OHP academy, and recruits return to CLE needing to be re-trained properly. Don’t believe it? Look at the state testing results when CLE had the recruits vs when OHP took over. Interview your new PO’s about their experiences. Allow PO’s to annually evaluate the performance of their superiors. Collect feedback from the bottom up in the department, not just the top down...give every PO a voice. The dysfunction in the department must be addressed. Politics should not be playing as large of a role as it does where law and order is concerned.

I'm Afraid for my life traveling in Cleveland imagine if the mayor was being shot at. How differt that would have been. Dont you have 24 hour protection outside of your house mr. Mayor, good for you. What about others. Try to go down to west 44 or Fulton after dark. Good luck on that.

On a daily basis, CPD radio transmissions tell a different tale. It is no wonder why the city is being taken over by criminals. Thanks Mayor Jackson, criminals can shoot at officers and not be pursued. Also, the supervisor that called off the chase should resign.

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4 days ago

Ohio Division of Wildlife

Northwest Ohio Fishing Forecasts - Top 5 Inland Lakes for 2018!

As the spring days grow warmer, more and more Ohioans will be venturing out to go fishing. Ohio offers many fantastic opportunities for the public to fish, including 124,000 acres of inland water, 7,000 miles of streams, 2.25 million acres of Lake Erie water, and 481 miles of the Ohio River.

Here are a few areas in northwest Ohio anglers may want to check out this year: ow.ly/NWec30jx29E

See more fishing forecasts and reports: ow.ly/FpBG30aOcv2 (Inland lakes in other areas of the state will be featured in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!)
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4 days ago

Ohio Division of Wildlife

This past weekend, a new Conneaut Creek angler access site in Ashtabula County was dedicated to the late Phil Hillman, who served for 37 years with the ODNR Division of Wildlife before his passing last July.

A parking lot was created and a trail was cut to provide access to the creek. By connecting this piece of property with a piece of Ohio Scenic River's property, anglers can easily access this section of the creek to pursue steelhead. This area is now named the Phil Hillman South Ridge Road Access area. Carolyn Hillman, Phil's wife, was accorded the honor of cutting the ceremonial ribbon to the new public fishing access site.

Serving as fish management supervisor for 32 years, Phil made a tremendous impact on fishing access and opportunity in northeast Ohio, namely the world-class steelhead fishery that thousands of anglers enjoy annually. He was a highly dedicated, respected, and engaged colleague, and he made friends everywhere he went. His dedication to his work helped to create opportunities for anglers that might not have otherwise existed in this area of the state. The dedication of the new access site was to thank Phil for his service, remember his work, and to honor his memory and family.
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Phil was a great man, known him a long time, a real supporter of trout, salmon and steelhead fishing

Philman. Good dude.

4 days ago

Cleveland Police

FUGITIVE: GARY SANDERS AKA LITTLE G

The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Gary Sanders. Sanders is wanted by the United States Marshals Service and the Cleveland Division of Police for homicide. It is alleged that on February 23, Sanders shot and killed a female near the 1400 Block of W.112th Street. Sanders fled the scene on foot before police arrived on scene.

Sanders aka “Little G”, 35, is a black male, standing approximately 5 feet 11 inches and weighing 165 pounds. Sanders last known address is the 1500 Block of Coventry Road, East Cleveland, Ohio. Sanders is considered armed and dangerous.

If you have any information in reference to Gary Sanders, please contact the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 1-866-4WANTED or Text keyword WANTED and tip to 847411 (tip411). Tipsters can remain anonymous and reward money is available.
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FUGITIVE: GARY SANDERS AKA LITTLE G

The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Gary Sanders. Sanders is wanted by the United States Marshals Service and the Cleveland Division of Police for homicide. It is alleged that on February 23, Sanders shot and killed a female near the 1400 Block of W.112th Street. Sanders fled the scene on foot before police arrived on scene.

Sanders aka “Little G”, 35, is a black male, standing approximately 5 feet 11 inches and weighing 165 pounds. Sanders last known address is the 1500 Block of Coventry Road, East Cleveland, Ohio. Sanders is considered armed and dangerous. 

If you have any information in reference to Gary Sanders, please contact the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 1-866-4WANTED or Text keyword WANTED and tip to 847411 (tip411). Tipsters can remain anonymous and reward money is available.

 

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Ever day just like a full time job

Is this your brother Glenn Sanders ??

5 days ago

Columbus Civic Center

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