Shaker Heights police officer shot at overnight
A Shaker Heights police officer was shot at while trying to pull over a car wanted in an armed robbery just after 2…
Car hits pedestrian, flips on St. Clair Ave
Portman: Microbeads are a danger to Lake Erie
U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) introduced legislation Thursday to phase out the use of small plastic particles known as microbeads by June 2018.
CLE Water Dept. owes hundreds to elderly woman
Imagine being owed hundreds of dollars by a government agency and getting the run-around trying to receive it.
Cuyahoga inmate accidentally released from jail
A three-time convicted felon who was on parole when arrested for assaulting a Lakewood woman was accidentally released from the Cuyahoga…
HIDDEN CAMERA: Counterfeit purse investigation
A NewsChannel 5 hidden camera investigation exposes a North Canton salon selling counterfeit designer handbags.
Mom: School's pool policy hurts girls' esteem
One Indiana mom is bucking the pool policy at her son's school in defense of the self esteem of young girls.
Man takes dying dog on bucket list adventure
Following a terminal diagnosis, Poh, a mixed-breed dog from New York City, has been living his dying days traveling the nation with his…
PHOTOS: Baby gorilla born at Knoxville Zoo
Mother Hope and baby are doing fine, say Knoxville Zoo officials.
Grill brush bristle can be deadly if swallowed
A Connecticut woman was rushed to the hospital with intense stomach pain after she accidentally swallowed something in her hamburger.
Google unveils new VR headset at I/O conference
Google's expanding its VR initiative with Google Jump, which aims to streamline the process of shooting and producing virtual reality videos.
Netflix is hogging North America's bandwidth
A new study says Netflix accounts for about 37 percent of North American Internet traffic during peak hours.
Android M features seem awfully familiar
At Google's I/O developer conference, the company revealed some "back to basics" changes for its next mobile OS, Android M.
FCC chair proposes stand-alone Internet subsidy
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants to include stand-alone Internet services in the Lifeline subsidy program for low-income families.