Ohio Says NO To The Legalization Of Recreational Marijuana

Ohio voters are clearly against Issue 3, a law that would have allowed 21-year-olds and up to use, purchase or grow certain amounts of marijuana for recreational as well as medical uses, according to the Associated Press. A group called ResponsibleOhio petitioned the necessary amount of signatures so that Issue 3 would show up on the November elections ballot. However, the vote has fallen through. Hit the jump for more.

Must Have Been K2: Ohio Man Surrounded By Doritos & Cookies Calls The Police After Getting “Too High”

Is there a such thing as being too high? For this Ohio man, hell yeah. A 22-year-old got high to the point he felt the need to call police for protection. Find out the details down bottom.

(Video) Little Girl With A Rainbow Flag Stood Up To A Homophobic Street Preacher

Little Girl With A Rainbow Flag Stood Up To A Homophobic Street Preacher So this super righteous 7 year old with a rainbow flag stood up for what was right and refused to back down when a homophobic street preacher got in her face at a celebration for same sex marriage last weekend. Hop into the post to check it out #IFWT! Little Girl With A Rainbow Flag Stood Up To A Homophobic Street Preacher!

(Video) An Ohio Judge Finds Probable Cause To Charge Officer That Killed Tamir Rice With Murder

A slow but steady race to regain trust in the legal system is underway in Ohio after a judge ruled that there is probable cause to charge officer Timothy Loehmann with the murder of 12 year old Tamir Rice. There is currently a grand jury investigation that is taking place surrounding the murder and as of now, no charges have been filed.

(Video+Photos) Ohio Teens Arrested After Three-State Crime Spree

The Wyandot County Sheriff in Ohio said Ohio teens were arrested on Saturday in West Virginia after what officials say was a three-state crime spree that concluded after the teenagers a stolen vehicle and led police on a foot chase.

Cleveland Kidnapping Survivors Open Up To Robin Roberts About Life After Captivity

Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus endured ten years of captivity by the hands of Ariel Castro. However, on May 6, 2013, being locked down was no longer an option. Berry had found a way to escape and dial 911. “I’ve been kidnapped and been missing for 10 years. I’m here. I’m free now,” a panicked Berry told the 911 operator. Now, Berry and DeJesus are doing big things. The two have collaborated on writing a book titled, Home: A Memoir of Survival in Cleveland, and are now speaking with Robin Roberts during a 20/20 special that will air on Tuesday, April 28 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC, about life after captivity.

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