WEWS has been spending a lot of time of the missing Cleveland girls story saying they are sorry.
Earlier we told you how the station apologized to all Puerto Ricans and now they say they are sorry for reporting on Charles Ramsey's past run ins with the law.
Ramsey is the guy that helped Amanda Berry get out of the house of horrors and he called 911 to alert police.
It also came out that Ramsey was arrested in the past and was convicted three times on domestic violence charges against his wife, Rochelle. That part of the story was reported by the website The Smoking Gun.
Since his arrest was over a decade ago and really didn't have anything to do with the story, most stations ignored it.
But not WEWS.
Seems the station wanted Ramsey's newly-anointed "hero" status is taken away and torn down by the same station who helped assigned it to him in the first place.
Well....the viewers in Cleveland did not like that idea. They called the station and posted messages all over social media for going after a guy that did good, but might have a skeleton or two in his past.
The station then pulled the story off their website and Facebook and issued this apology: