VIDEO: Van with 4 puppies strapped to top
A family traveling to Pennsylvania learned a lesson about transporting animals when police pulled them over for…
ODOT fights spring roadside litter battle
CPD officers testify in Brelo trial
A Cleveland police lieutenant testified Michael Brelo told him the November 2012 chase and shooting "was like being back in war" Friday.
CLE housing warrant for former Colorado lawmaker
Cleveland's Housing Court has issued an arrest warrant for former Colorado state representative Douglas Bruce for housing code violations on…
Nearly 7,000 rape kits tested since 2011
Nearly 7,000 rape kits across Ohio have been tested as part of the Ohio Attorney General's Sexual Assault Kit Testing Initiative…
RTA drops charge against woman assaulted by cop
RTA has dropped a disorderly conduct charge filed against a 37-year-old Lakewood woman whose allegations of assault by an RTA cop led…
Viral video: Gorilla breaks glass window at zoo
A video of a gorilla at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium has gone viral.
Millions of bees spilled on Washington highway
A semi truck carrying millions of live honeybees overturned on a Washington highway, scattering the flying insects in every direction.
Man realizes child he's babysitting was abducted
John Tuong realized Wednesday the 2-year-old child his sister had dropped off for him to babysit had been abducted the day before.
Our love of puppy dog eyes explained by science
Researchers found a spike in oxytocin occurs in both humans and dogs when they gaze into each other's eyes.
Bloomberg terminals go down, chaos ensues
Bloomberg's market data terminals went down Friday morning, causing problems for traders in Europe and Asia who were trying to work at peak hours.
The state of virtual reality
Virtual Reality is still a young industry. What's on offer and what should we expect from our immersive new future?
Instagram OKs breastfeeding pics
Instagram has updated its community guidelines, elaborating on nudity and harassment policies.
Wikileaks refuses to let Sony hack die
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange says the hacked emails and documents "belong in the public domain."