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Power of 5 Meteorologist Tera Blake says Sunday will be beautiful and mild in the 60s despite our cloudy, chilly Saturday.
AT&T has agreed to buy Time Warner, owner of the Warner Bros. movie studio as well as HBO and CNN.
A man has been charged with domestic violence and aggravated menacing after he broke glass and threw a tantrum after the woman he was with wouldn't watch adult films with...
A federal judge has rejected an Ohio school district's request to put a ruling involving transgender bathrooms on hold during an appeal.
A homicide investigation is underway at the Cleveland Zoo, according to police reports. 
More than a dozen Indians season ticket holders had their World Series tickets cancelled after the Indians reported they violated the resale policy on their ticket package.
Whether you were at home watching TV or at your child’s soccer game, if you’re a Cleveland Indians fan, you will probably never forgot where you were the moment Carlos...
Cleveland Cavaliers rookie point guard Kay Felder suffered a concussion in practice on Friday and is currently in the league's concussion protocol.
The Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association has continued its foray into national politics and issued a statement lambasting Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for her stance on policing.
The iconic LeBron James banner, hung on the side of the Sherwin Williams global headquarters, is getting a makeover and it set to be revealed on Saturday.  
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and a staff member were treated for minor injuries after a driver ran a stop sign and struck the senator's vehicle.
A Cleveland man told News 5 he was injured falling into a construction ditch on W. 130th street, the same hole that caused damages to multiple cars that unknowingly drove...
The surge of heroin-related cases is overwhelming many public services, including the Ohio Department of Child Protective Services.
The leaves are beginning to turn, the air is getting crisper and that means bite-sized ghouls will be taking to the streets for annual trick or treat celebrations. 

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