Public Punishment, Miami University Crime, Microsoft Resignation - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Public Punishment, Miami University Crime, Microsoft Resignation

The Cleveland woman who refused to stop for a city school bus served out part of her unique and humiliating punishment this morning. Shena Hardin was ordered to stand at the corner of East 38th Street and Payne wearing a sign that says, "Only an idiot would drive around a school bus."  The 32-year-old was caught on cell phone video driving recklessly around a Cleveland school bus full of children in September. Witnesses say Hardin drove on the sidewalk on a daily basis to avoid waiting for the school bus on East 38th.

Miami University Police say a crime alert has been issued by the Oxford Police Department. Two violent incidents were reported on campus in the last week. The Hamilton Journal News is reporting one person has been arrested following an armed robbery on Central Avenue.Police are still looking for the suspect in the first incident, where a student reported being assaulted from behind.

Microsoft is undergoing an executive shakeup as Steven Sinofsky - head of the Windows division - has left the company. His departure comes just after the launch of the Windows 8 operating system late last month. Sinofsky has been at Microsoft since 1989 and was considered to be the heir apparent to CEO Steve Ballmer.  Sinofsky had a reputation as a taskmaster and was not particularly well-liked by other executives.

Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager

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