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Ohio City woman wakes to man without pants
An Ohio City woman woke up to a man without pants on standing…
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RTA pepper spray policy gives little guidance
NewsChannel 5 Investigators review pepper spray policies at departments around Northeast Ohio.
DANGER: Light poles in CLE w/ live wires exposed
NewsChannel 5 Investigators have uncovered dangerous light poles around Cleveland with exposed live wires threatening anyone who walks by.
Body-worn cameras reduce police complaints
Studies show the use of police body-worn cameras reduces the number of complaints against officers, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Judge's wife seeks damages for reported attack
The wife of Cuyahoga Common Pleas Judge Lance T. Mason has filed a complaint seeking monetary damages based on domestic violence allegations…
'Cosby Show' producer speaks for first time
Former "Cosby Show" executive producer Tom Werner told The Hollywood Reporter he hopes people will still be able to identify with…
Country's 1st camel dairy opens this weekend
The first camel dairy in the U.S. is opening its doors to the public this weekend in Ramona.
Officer's helpful push goes viral
A Florida officer is proving that sometimes kindness starts with one small push.
19-year-old's controversial sex offender status
Zach was arrested last winter after having sex with a girl he met on the dating app “Hot or Not,” who claimed she was 17. She was…
AT&T offers new package deal post-DirecTV merger
AT&T's new plans offer more services at a decent price, but the savings might not be all they're cracked up to be.
Apple falls to third place in Chinese market
Apple's Chinese market share has fallen to third place overall –– and it's not the company hurting the most right now.
Siri might transcribe voice mail in the future
Business Insider reports Apple is tweaking Siri so it can convert voice mail to text, a feature that other companies have offered for some time.
HoloLens coming from Microsoft within year
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says developer versions of the HoloLens augmented reality headset will come out within the next year.