Tracy Carloss, News 5 Cleveland

Tracy Carloss

News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Tracy:

Local organization on a mission to help first responders

Police officers, firefighters, and dispatchers answer the call when needed, but sometimes, they need help too. → Read More

These 'tricks' aren't for kids - DEA warns of THC edibles packaged to look like cereals, snacks

They may look like the cereals your kids love, but what's in these packages is definitely not part of a balanced breakfast. DEA agents are seeing a concerning trend now more than ever before on the streets of our area. → Read More

Lorain police release video, audio of large disturbance that family called funeral gathering

The Lorain Police Department released dashcam video and audio on Monday to refute criticism about how they responded to a large disturbance call last week. → Read More

ATF rolls high tech van into Cleveland as part of Operation Legend

Dozens of federal agents are on the streets of Cleveland as part of Operation Legend. But, it’s not just manpower being surged to Cleveland to fight crime. → Read More

'Operation Red Zone' will bring federal agents to pursue gun crimes over Labor Day weekend

U.S. Attorney Justin Herdman announced on Wednesday the launch of "Operation Red Zone." It will take place in Toledo, Youngstown and Canton over the Labor Day holiday weekend. ATF, U.S. Marshals, FBI, DEA agents will be out in force. → Read More

Google may be tracking your trip to the park, but there are ways to opt-out

Last year, three million people visited the park system in Lorain County. This year, numbers are expected to well exceed that mark. It's based in part on data collected from the Google COVID-19 Community Report. → Read More

Chadwick Boseman's death puts spotlight on colorectal cancer and trend that has doctors concerned

Chadwick Boseman’s death is putting the spotlight on colorectal cancer. Doctors are concerned about the alarming increase in patients between the ages of 25 and 45 years old who are being diagnosed with colorectal cancer. → Read More

U.S. Marshals seek person of interest for Lorain hit-skip crash that killed unborn baby

The U.S. Marshals Service have identified a person of interest sought in connection with a hit-skip crash that happened in Lorain last week and claimed the life of an unborn child. → Read More

School district installs thermal imaging cameras to check staff, students for COVID-19 symptoms

The Painesville City School district used grant money to purchase eight thermal imaging cameras to check for high temperatures as students enter school buildings. → Read More

Family hopes billboard will help track down person responsible for death of Cleveland Clinic worker

The family of the woman killed while walking her dog in McGowan Park almost two years ago is in desperate need of answers. → Read More

AG Barr: Cleveland is ‘an ideal city’ for federal anti-crime initiative Operation Legend

Attorney General William Barr is in Cleveland Thursday to speak about Operation Legend, a federal crime reduction effort that launched last month in Cleveland that has already resulted in the arrests of 32 people. → Read More

3 indicted for allegedly running illegal intercountry adoption scheme from Strongsville agency

Three people have been indicted on federal charges in connection with an FBI raid two years ago at European Adoption Consultants in Strongsville. → Read More

U.S. Marshals launch initiative aimed at finding endangered, missing children

In less than a week, 8 children have been found by law enforcement taking part of Operation Safety Net. → Read More

Cost of looting, riots adds up to millions for local business owners in Downtown Cleveland

New numbers show the cost of the riots and looting in downtown Cleveland nearly two months ago is estimated to be $6 million in damages. → Read More

Local bars, restaurants and establishments cited for not following Ohio Health Department orders

Agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit, local law enforcement and local health department officials cited seven establishments with a total of nine administrative citations this past weekend. → Read More

Some Northeast Ohio police departments not policing non-mask-wearing residents

Even though Governor Mike DeWine's mask mandate is in effect in parts of our area, there are a growing number of local police departments that will not be responding to calls about people not wearing face masks. → Read More

Officials vague on plans to enforce mask mandate

In the City of Cleveland, masks are already required. → Read More

FBI warns of fake COVID-19 antibody tests seeking personal information for identity theft

The FBI has issued a warning about fraudulent COVID-19 antibody tests. Real COVID-19 antibody tests indicate whether or not a person was previously infected with the virus, the FBI warns the false tests are a way for scammers to steal your personal information from people who take fake tests. → Read More

DEA warns about meth pills that look like candy, thousands seized in Northeast Ohio

A new and troubling trend has the DEA issuing a warning about illegal pills seized on the streets of Northeast Ohio. → Read More

Law enforcement closing in on suspect accused of killing recent graduate

A manhunt is underway right now for 17-year-old Adarus Black. → Read More