After nearly 20 years, an Ohio missing persons case from 2002 may finally reach its end.
A long search: On April 18, 2002, Stephanie Van Nguyen, who was born in Vietnam, went missing along with her young children, 4-year-old Kristina and 3-year-old John.
‘Put that on TikTok so Chinese can look at that’: Cincinnati bar says ‘yes’ to racism in viral video
An Ohio bar has removed its internet footprints after a viral TikTok video showed some of its staff and patrons allegedly admitting to being racist.
Allegedly racist bar: 312 Bar in Deer Park, Ohio, caused outrage online after TikTok user @melissaequality posted a video showing the staff and some of the bar’s patrons getting into an argument with the social media user, according to Daily Dot.
‘You’re going to die for bringing kung flu’: Man charged with assault, ethnic intimidation after alleged attack on Cincinnati student
A Cincinnati man is facing assault and ethnic intimidation charges after allegedly attacking a University of Cincinnati (UC) student earlier this week.
What happened: Darrin Johnson, 24, was accused of punching a male victim in the 200 block of Calhoun Street on Tuesday. It is unclear what led to the assault, but court records say Johnson wanted to harm the victim because of his race.
A woman wanted for attacking the elderly Asian owners of a beauty store in Cleveland has been arrested and charged with a felony.
The allegation: Ebony Afzal, 25, is accused of beating the couple running Chic Beauty Supply on Lorain Road on July 23. The incident was caught on surveillance camera and is said to have sprung from a purchasing dispute.
The Cincinnati Police Department is asking for help in identifying a suspect of the robbery and assault of an Asian American man in Pendleton, an incident that officials said on Monday is not racially motivated.
The 30-year-old victim was walking across the 1400 block of Sycamore Street at around 5 p.m. on April 14 when he was approached by the still unidentified suspect, Fox19 reported.
A township trustee in Butler County, Ohio bared his scarred chest at a board meeting Tuesday to challenge prejudice against Asian Americans, who remain targets of hate crimes across the country.
Lee Wong, who was elected in West Chester Township, moved from China to the U.S. at the age of 18 in the late 1960s.
Toledo Police are asking the public to help identify multiple suspects who robbed a beauty store and attacked its owner last month.
The incident occurred at Monroe Beauty Supply at around 2 p.m. on Feb. 23 on Monroe Street in Ohio, according to NBC24.
A pair of sisters visiting their parents in Naperville, Illinois for the holidays died in a car crash in Ohio.
Holiday tragedy: Angel Yang, 29, and Cassidy Yang, 26, were driving from New York to their hometown in Illinois on Dec. 5 when the car accident happened, reports the Chicago Tribune.
A woman in Stark County, Ohio was arrested after dialing 911 “repeatedly” because her parents had canceled her cell phone service.
In her calls, Seloni Khetarpal, 36, demanded police to come to her home to deal with the situation.
An “Asian Festival” in Columbus, Ohio, hoping to “promote the importance of cultural diversity” has triggered angry reactions among social media users for the lack of actual Asians and Asian Americans on some of its promotional ads.
One poster shows two blue-eyed dolls in traditional Asian attire. Another image, which has since been taken down, depicts a little White girl wearing a cheongsam dress.
A man was charged with ethnic intimidation after allegedly threatening to kill a female shop owner Cleveland, Ohio and “other Chinese people” at her store last March 30.
The 45-year-old suspect, identified as Dimitrius Oliver, reportedly wreaked havoc at the Sisters Gift Shop inside the Asia Plaza on Payne Avenue, tossing around goods and making threats.
A fight broke inside an Ohio nail salon between a customer and the shop’s owner after the former reportedly made a fuss over a “messy manicure.”
The incident, which was captured on video, occurred on March 28 at Fantasy Nails shop in Cleveland at around 4 p.m.