Ohio woman: I am not Alexis PattersonWoman speaks with TODAY’S TMJ4 in Ohio.
FB video shows moments after officer killed manA Minnesota officer fatally shot a man in a car with a woman and a child, an official said, and authorities are looking into whether the aftermath was livestreamed in a widely shared Facebook video.
REWATCH: Entire Cavs Championship Parade & RallyRewatch the entire Cleveland Cavaliers parade and rally from Wednesday in four parts from Facebook Live below.
Twitter reacts to fan rushing field at CWSThey say weather can make people do some crazy things.
Taco Bell giving away free tacos TuesdayIf you are a Golden State Warriors fan Monday's loss is not all disappointment .
The dark side of Stanford rapist's Ohio hometownA Dayton, Ohio professor from the hometown of the Stanford University sex offender is speaking out about a dark side plaguing her community and the country.
6-year-old stars in the cutest Cavs hype videoDo you remember Geo Kerechanin? Well he's backkkkkk.
WATCH: Jimmy Kimmel spoofs "The Bachelorette"With the season premiere of "The Bachlorette" airing Monday night, Jimmy Kimmel's show decided to spoof it with "The Baby Bachlorette."
Video captures teacher dragging teen by legsSurveillance footage shows what some say is a teacher abusing a student with special needs.
LeBron sends care package to teen in hospitalLeBron James is used to fans cheering him on. But recently he took a break from killing it on the Cavaliers' court to return the favor by rooting for one special fan.
Fact checking RNC key speakers
Key speakers at the Republican National Convention this week undergo fact checking by NewsChannel5 and Politifact.
How lobbyists buy access to elected leaders
In spite of poor attendance at many parties during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week, a government watchdog group…
Security warnings at RNC cyber threat forum
The Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security says the nation is "not ready" for serious cyber security threats.
CLE police turn to social media to keep peace
Cleveland's Chief of Police is turning to social media to spread a message of calm and unity to avert violence among RNC protestors.