Ferguson protesters coming to Cleveland
A weekend of demonstrations is planned in Cleveland over the deaths of 12 year old Tamir Rice and other unarmed…
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Massillon mom: U.S. Marshals broke into my home
A Massillon mom said she plans to complain to the U.S. Dept. of Justice after a U.S. Marshals task force broke into her home looking for a fugitive.
Case against CLE officers could be dismissed
Cuyahoga County Judge John O'Donnell is debating whether to drop charges against six Cleveland police officers charged after the November…
Hearing in Nov. 2012 chase and shooting case
Attorneys for six Cleveland police officers facing charges related to their roles in the Nov. 2012 police chase and shooting argued…
New calls for toy gun regulation
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is being asked to review regulations governing toy guns to ensure they cannot be mistaken as genuine weapons.
WATCH: Man proposes to girlfriend in photo booth
When Kevin Moran sought out a unique location to stage his wedding proposal to girlfriend, Molly McGinnis, he chose a place that would be…
VIRAL: Christmas lights synced to 'Star Wars'
A California homeowner used nearly 100,00 lights on his home and synced the display to his favorite songs from "Star Wars." …
Ohio? List shows what each state is worst at
It might not be something we're proud of, but each state is the worst at something.
Woman gives drive-through cashier $10K mink coat
A woman so touched by the comments of a fast-food worker that she gave her a mink coat into the drive-through window.
Google lawsuit ties Mississippi AG to MPAA
Google has filed a lawsuit that claims Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood's fight against the tech company is motivated by the MPAA.
Instagram cleans house, deletes spam accounts
Instagram purged its site of fake or spam accounts, and as a result, some celebrities lost millions of followers.
How fair is the BBC's investigation of Apple?
The BBC's new working-conditions report highlights Apple's products. It's left some in the media wondering if it's the full story.
NASA's Kepler mission isn't over after all
More than a year after NASA declared the Kepler spacecraft broken beyond repair, scientists have figured out how to continue getting useful data.