Pinkney accepts Cuyahoga Co. Sheriff nomination
Cuyahoga County Sheriff Department Chief Clifford Pinkney accepted a nomination to be the next sheriff Friday.
2 dead in North Olmsted house fire
What should police body camera policies include?
Newsnet5 Investigators have uncovered new information about police body camera policies.
New trial hearing begins for 3 Cleveland men
A hearing for a new trial for three Cleveland men convicted in a 1995 murder claims police and prosecutors withheld key evidence.
Bed bug complaints common at hotels and motels
NewsChannel 5 Investigators uncover dozens of complaints about bed bugs at hotels and motels in Cuyahoga County.
3 could be re-tried in 1995 murder
A hearing for a new trial for three Cleveland men convicted of murder will include claims that a former Cuyahoga County prosecutor and East…
VIDEO: Man scales frozen water of Niagara Falls
Professional climber Will Gadd made his way up the 140-foot ice wall while 150,000 tons of water flowed at speeds of 70 mph next to him.
Snapchat steps into news buisness
Popular disappearing-message app Snapchat is introducing content from media companies such as Vice, CNN and People to its service as it works…
WATCH: UPS driver caught urinating, throwing box
A UPS driver has been fired after a homeowner posted security video that shows the delivery man throwing a parcel over a gate and urinating…
Zombie cat claws out of grave after being buried
UPDATE: Bart is reportedly out of surgery, doing well and will hopefully be able to go home on Sunday or Monday.
China targets virtual private networks
The Chinese government acknowledged this week it is targeting virtual private networks as it tightens its censorship of China's Internet traffic.
Amazon announces WorkMail business email service
Amazon is launching a new business email service, WorkMail, to compete with similar offerings from Google and Microsoft.
Video, mobile boost Facebook's fourth quarter
Mobile advertising now accounts for almost three quarters of Facebook's total ad revenue.
Now Bill Gates is 'concerned' about A.I.
Bill Gates joins the list of tech moguls scared of super-intelligent machines. He says more people should be concerned, but why?