13 CLE cycling events to put on your calendars
May is Bike Month in Cleveland and from a look at the number of events planned for the month of May; it looks as if a year's worth of events…
Super cold winter devastates honeybees
Honeybees have thrived for thousands of years, but in the last decade experts are puzzled by honeybees dying off. The extended extreme cold…
Drug-resistant infections are on the rise
U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is pushing legislation that would combat drug-resistant infections that kill 23,000 people each year.
Danita Harris named Woman of Excellence
NewsChannel5's Danita Harris will be named a Woman of Excellence in Television News next week at a Corporate Club Luncheon.
Aliza Sherman attorney's former office searched
NewsChannel5 was the first to learn of a new development in the case of murdered Cleveland Clinic nurse Aliza Sherman.
Authorities raid 15 businesses for slot machines
A North Royalton man was indicted by a Cuyahoga County Grand Jury Wednesday for gambling, money laundering and possession of criminal…
Berry, DeJesus demand apology from Joan Rivers
Two women who were held captive in a Cleveland home for more than a decade have responded to Joan Rivers' joke about their plight.
27-year-old shot, killed on E.119th & Kinsman
Detectives are investigating a homicide after a man was shot and killed on E.119th and Kinsman Road just after 3 a.m. on Wednesday.
Convention Center Hilton to open June 2016
The new 600-room Cleveland Convention Center Hilton hotel stayed on schedule Tuesday as council approves funding and management plans.
How stowaway may improve local airport security
Andrew Thomas of the University of Akron has authored several books on aviation, travel and security. He talks about the Hawaiian stowaway.
Man shot in legs over cell phone
Cleveland police say a 55-year-old man was shot in both legs Tuesday during a home invasion over a cell phone.
Cleveland Police investigating E. 123rd shooting
Cleveland Police are investigating a shooting on E. 123rd Street.
2 teens charged in 14-year-old's 'racing' death
Woman gets nearly 4 years for forced-labor case
Cluster of suspected measles cases in Ohio
Hostage situation at Trumbull Co. Jail is over
Ohio state park facilities to be modernized
Sandusky man must pay $489,000 for false call
Steubenville volunteer coach sentenced
Life after suffering traumatic brain injuries
Life after suffering traumatic brain injuries, an update, in his own words.
Officials pitch $76M arena for downtown Akron
A new 8,500-seat arena is being planned for downtown Akron.
Father of Navy sailor battling over grave site
Every morning, Fred Molai arrives at Standing Rock Cemetery in Kent and kisses the headstone of his son, Adam, and talks to him.
Akron girl assaulted by fake security guard
A 12-year-old girl was grabbed by a man as she was walking to school Wednesday morning, according to Akron Public Schools.
VIDEO: Summit deputy, UA student in hit-skip
Officials need help finding a hit-skip driver who injured a Summit County Sheriff’s deputy and a University of Akron student.
Inmates claim billions in phony tax returns
Fraudulent income tax returns continue to filed by prison inmates despite the IRS being warned of an increase in phony tax returns.
Complete Coverage: Inmate tax fraud
Click to see our full investigation into inmate income tax fraud in Ohio and nationwide.
MAP: Fraudulent tax returns by prison
Click to see a map of prisons in Ohio and how many fraudulent returns were reported from each in 2009.
IRS reports millions in fraud in 2014 tax season
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service reports it has launched more than 200 new investigations this tax season into identity theft and refund…