Pregnant woman killed in CLE double shooting
A pregnant woman was killed in a Cleveland double shooting Tuesday evening, according to Cleveland Police.
CLE homeless camps top 100 across the city
Why was Juan Razo on the streets?
Recently enacted immigration policy changes may have allowed a Lake County murder suspect to remain on the streets.
Popular antibiotic linked to deaths
The U.S. Food & Drug Administration is failing to disclose additional serious side effects associated with one of the most popular and…
RTA investigates pepper spraying protesters
RTA officials said the officer who pepper-sprayed protesters outside Cleveland State University Sunday afternoon will be on administrative…
CLE VA worst for adjusting veterans' benefits
The office has the highest percentage of "Award Adjustments" pending for more than 125 days in the U.S.
Watch: Cop tells thief he's going to get caught
A Louisiana police officer in a social media video told a restaurant thief the video will go viral and he'll be found.
Woman hasn't used shampoo in more than 3 years
Lucy Aitken Read stopped using shampoo after she read it might have potentially harmful chemicals.
Firemen touched by selfless act pay it forward
Two New Jersey firefighters, who were touched by a waitress' "selfless" decision to pay for their breakfast last week, are paying it forward…
Teen's secretly inspirational poem goes viral
A poem with a surprisingly inspirational message made an impact on one London bar patron, who then helped it go viral -- and it later turned…
Netflix doesn't need to worry about ratings
Netflix doesn't plan to start disclosing ratings, and it really doesn't have much of a reason to.
Stagefright was a big Android hack loophole
Stagefright, a new vulnerability in Google's Android OS, leaves millions of phones at risk of being hacked after receiving an MMS text message.
Microsoft prepares for Windows 10 launch
Microsoft's Windows 10 launches Wednesday, and critics agree it's a much better all-in-one OS than Windows 8.
Science, tech leaders warn of AI arms race
Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak and Stephen Hawking are part of a group asking the United Nations to limit or ban "offensive autonomous weapons."