ClickOnDetroit National Report -- Wednesday, March 27, 2019
DASHCAM: Woman leads Ohio police on chase
A woman was arrested Friday night after leading Ohio officers on a dangerous chase through Cleveland's east side.
Around the country:
- New York: A county in New York City's northern suburbs is hoping a ban against unvaccinated children in public places wakes their parents to the seriousness of the problem. Read more.
- Oklahoma: An Arby's manager in Oklahoma was arrested Monday after fatally shooting a man who spit on her. Read more.
- Florida: A Florida man is accused of attacking his mother after she refused to dress his mannequin Monday night. Read more.
- Mississippi: A Mississippi man has been sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for drugging children and then trafficking them for sex. Read more.
Robert Kraft pleads not guilty
Billionaire Patriots owner Robert Kraft entered a plea of not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution and requested a jury trial, according to court documents filed Tuesday in Florida.
Boeing 737 Max 8 declares emergency landing
A Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft from the fleet that was grounded after two deadly crashes made an emergency landing in Florida on Tuesday.
Child allegedly drugged, sexually assaulted in US custody
A Guatemalan father is suing two nonprofits that house migrant children for the US government, alleging his 10-year-old son was forced to take psychotropic drugs and sexually assaulted while in custody.
House fails to override Trump's veto
The House failed Tuesday to override President Donald Trump's veto after both chambers of Congress sought to overturn his national emergency declaration to build more border wall.
Senate shuns Green New Deal
The Senate on Tuesday defeated a proposal to take up the Green New Deal as both parties shunned an opportunity to debate a comprehensive climate change plan offered by Democrats.
More POLITICS headlines:
- Pelosi: Barr believes Trump is 'above the law'
- Pompeo expands US ban on funding for abortion services
- Papadopoulos attorneys seeking pardon from Trump
- Gillibrand releases tax returns, challenges others to do same
- Democrats turn attention to defending Obamacare
Why were charges against Smollett dropped?
Chicago's mayor and police superintendent still think the "Empire" actor staged an attack on himself and even the lead prosecutor on the case said he still believes that Smollett carried out a crime. So, how did Smollett get cleared of all charges?
More ENTERTAINMENT headlines:
- What's new on Netflix, Hulu, HBO in April 2019
- Avicii's family launches mental health foundation
- Stolen Picasso painting worth $28M found after 20 years
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