CLE woman in tears over stalled home project
Norma Thornsbury paid $73,000 for home improvements but her job remains stalled and incomplete because of a host of issues.
Cleveland woman waits 11 months for TV repairs
A Cleveland woman is trying to fix a big screen television once owned by her late son, but her TV repairman isn't responding.
West Side Market heating upgrades are possible
Councilman Joe Cimperman believes he's found $900,000 in reserve funding that could be used for West Side market upgrades.
Woman's new sidewalk ripped up for gas project
Linda LaGruth paid $1,000 for a new sidewalk in front of her home, only to have it dug up by a gas line replacement project.
CLE man copes with car title mystery for months
Gentry Tillman bought a used Mercedes roadster, but an inaccurate title kept his licenses plate renewal in limbo for months.
Brook Park woman fights moving company damage
Patricia Woodward reports a moving company damaged her furniture and appliances during a move from Lakewood to Brook Park.
Medina man warns about hidden home security fees
Jason Shoemaker contacted the 5 On Your Side Solution Center after his security company charged him a $160 cancelation fee.
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CLE woman's uses buckets for home water supply
Aolder King of Cleveland has been without home water service for more than three weeks, after a frozen water pipe ruptured.
LaGrange mom deals with exploding oven warranty
Vicki Holcomb made numerous calls to customer service looking for the extended warranty coverage on her broken oven.
Customers, vendors want heat at West Side Market
Customers and vendors hope heat will soon be added inside the West Side Market.
Sheffield Lake woman duped by weight loss offer
Debbie Reising thought she was singing up for free weight loss supplements, but was later charged hundreds dollars.
Cruise ship crimes: What you should know
The moment Janet Powers realized a serious crime was happening on the cruise ship carrying her family is one she remembers vividly.
2012 chase 'has a place' in new CPD policy
Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams held a news conference Thursday afternoon to discuss the city's new chase policy.
New CPD policy proceeds deadly 2012 chase
NewsChannel5 Investigators have learned Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams signed off on a new chase policy that limits when officers can…
Security, safety on cruises questioned by CLIA
How safe are you and your family once you board a cruise ship?