Gina DeJesus and Amanda Berry, two of the women captured and tortured by Ariel Castro, received honorary diplomas from John Marshall High School Wednesday.
CLEVELAND - A rally for justice for two missing Cleveland girls was held Monday afternoon.
Protestors called for answers and closure in the Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus cases.
Last week, investigators searched a vacant lot in Cleveland for remains of Berry after receiving a tip from an inmate. Prisoner Robert Wolford claimed Berry's body was buried in the lot.
Following two days of digging, officials found nothing.
Pastor Angel Arroyo of .Com Ministry called for Wolford to be charged with obstruction of justice or providing false information. Arroyo said Wolford should also have to repay the city for the cost of the search.
A similar search was conducted for Gina DeJesus in 2006, which also turned up nothing.
While spending countless hours in a tiny room on Seymour Avenue, Amanda Berry chronicled her days on pages in journals, napkins and even cereal boxes.
Roberts said the interview is about embracing the past while living for now.
Less than a week before the two year anniversary of the escape of Gina DeJesus, Amanda Berry and Michelle Knight, newsnet5.com spoke exclusively with a family member of the Gina DeJesus family.
Robin Roberts' much-anticipated interview on a special edition of 20/20 with Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus airs on Tuesday, April 28 at 10 p.m. on NewsChannel 5.
For the first time since their escape, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus are coming forward to talk about how they survived unimaginable horrors inside their captor Ariel Castro's Cleveland home.
Ariel Castro's ex-girlfriend is speaking out in a new book about the kidnappings and rescue of Cleveland women Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
The Lifetime network has released the first glimpse of a movie based on the true story of a Cleveland kidnapping.
ABC News anchor Robin Roberts will exclusively talk to Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus for their first ever broadcast interview.
The first glimpse of the memoir of two women who were held captive for more than 10 years in a Cleveland home has been released.