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CINCINNATI (AP) - Police body cam footage shows officers staying in their cruiser as they searched for an Ohio boy who became trapped in the back of a minivan and called 911 for help but died. Cincinnati officials are trying to determine how the officers failed to find high school student Kyle Plush last week after he made two calls begging for help and providing a dispatcher with a description and location of the minivan. The Cincinnati Enquire reports the officers didn't check all the school's parking lots.

AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A jury in northeast Ohio has convicted an Uber driver of having sex with an alcohol-impaired woman without her consent after giving her a ride. The Akron Beacon Journal reports 34-year-old Brandon Franklin, of Tallmadge, was convicted Friday in Akron of sexual battery. Franklin testified at his three-day trial the 22-year-old woman willingly had sex with him. The woman testified that she woke up in March 2017 and discovered Franklin having sex with her at her home.

CINCINNATI (AP) - The Cincinnati City Council says it will convene in a weekend meeting to consider firing the embattled city manager currently locked in a feud with Mayor John Cranley. The council announced it will meet Saturday to take action on the "termination of the City Manager," though it would take seven votes to suspend rules and fire Harry Black immediately. Cranley, a Democrat, has been pushing for Black's ouster since March, saying Black has had a pattern of unprofessional behavior.

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - A pastor and two family members who police accused of robbing a Sunday school teacher at gunpoint at their Ohio church have pleaded no contest to reduced charges. The Blade reports 50-year-old The Rev. Anthony Morris of Toledo's St. Paul's AME Zion Church entered a plea Thursday to misdemeanor assault. His wife, 46-year-old Zelda Morris, entered a plea to criminal endangering and their 19-year-old daughter, Kamali, to disorderly conduct.

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