Accused serial killer indicted in 4 murders
Rembert is charged in the murders of his cousin and three other people.
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Tamir Rice family calls probe 'sham, charade'
The family of 12-year-old Tamir Rice is calling the release of reports into the shooting death last November a "sham and charade".
Exclusive interview with crisis training expert
A nationally recognized crisis intervention training expert will play a key role as part of the independent monitor team selected to oversee…
2x killer pleads guilty in girlfriend's murder
A convicted killer who was the subject of a 5 on Your Side investigation after he was released from prison by the Ohio Parole Board has…
More records sought in CLE councilman probe
A second subpoena into possible ethics violations involving Cleveland City Councilman Joe Cimperman reveals the extent of records being…
WATCH: Olive Garden apologizes to officer
The Olive Garden apologized Sunday evening to Kansas City police officer Michael Holsworth after a hostess told him to leave for bringing a…
Playboy to end publishing fully nude photos
Playboy will no longer publish photos of nude women as part of a redesign of the decades-old magazine, according to a news report Monday.
First lady shares 'Girls' Spotify playlist
In honor of International Day of the Girl, the First Lady shared her first-ever Spotify playlist.
Store asks workers to voluntarily work weekends
The upcoming holiday season is the busiest time of the year for U.S. retailers, so Urban Outfitters appears to be getting a head start.
Facebook will let You filter out bad memories
Facebook added a filter to prevent your bad memories from creeping up in its On This Day app.
Laser razor maker launches Indiegogo campaig
Skarp, which is developing a laser razor, launched a campaign on the laissez-faire Indiegogo after Kickstarter suspended its crowdfunding efforts.
NFL stretches copyright reach Twitter GIFs
The NFL is a multibillion-dollar enterprise, but it didn't get that way by being lenient about who can use its content.
Twitter is already changing under Jack Dorsey
Jack Dorsey is back at the helm at Twitter, and he's already making changes, like staff cuts, to energize the company's lagging numbers.