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Why does the City of Olmsted Falls still employ Floyd Takacs as a police officer?

Yesterday, in the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, Brookpark resident Christie Elko filed a motion to withdraw a no-contest plea that she entered in

Newburgh Heights mayor’s defamation lawsuit against Cleveland TV station over critical story can proceed, judge rules—Cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio — A Cuyahoga County judge refused to throw out a defamation ...

Cuyahoga County Court rejects News 5 Cleveland’s defense of its defamatory report against Newburgh Heights Mayor Trevor Elkins and Village council members

Yesterday afternoon, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas Judge Kelly Ann Gallagher denied ...

Two former prosecutors sue County prosecutor over 2017 firing—WCPN Ideastream

A lawsuit filed by two former Cuyahoga County assistant prosecutors alleges discrimination as the reason ...

Former Cuyahoga County prosecutors sue Michael O’Malley after being forced out over juvenile case problems—Cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Two former Cuyahoga County prosecutors filed a federal lawsuit Thursday alleging ...

Former Assistants sue Cuyahoga County Prosecutor for discrimination and defamation

Plaintiffs allege that they were targeted as scapegoats due to their age and disability in a fake scandal manufactured for political purposes This morning, former Assistant Prosecutors Linda Herman and Laura Hoffman ...

Newburgh Heights Mayor Trevor Elkins suing Channel 5 for ‘outlandish’ defamatory story—Cleveland Scene

Newburgh Heights Mayor Trevor Elkins and four Newburgh Heights village councilpeople have filed a scorching lawsuit against News Channel 5 They allege that a November story by reporter Jonathan Walsh was ...

Newburgh Heights Mayor and Council members file defamation lawsuit against News 5 Cleveland

Lawsuit alleges that News 5 reporter engaged in a deliberate smear against Mayor Trevor Elkins for political purposes This morning, Newburgh Heights Mayor Trevor Elkins ...

Judge lifts gag order in KNR lawsuit, restores access to court records—Cleveland.com

AKRON, Ohio – A Summit County judge on Monday issued a ruling that lifted a gag order and granted access to court lawsuit that accuses the personal-injury firm Kisling, Nestico and ...