Lauren Wilson, News 5 Cleveland

Lauren Wilson

News 5 Cleveland

Cleveland, OH, United States

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Past articles by Lauren:

Ashtabula train problems less of a hassle than in 2017

One community has come together to solve a problem. → Read More

Soon you could visit your pharmacist instead of your primary care doctor for common ailments

The role of local pharmacists are changing, and soon they will be able to do much more than fill prescriptions. They will be able to step in where primary care doctors normally would for certain things and save you time and money while doing so. → Read More

Lack of snow affecting some local businesses who rely on it

The lack of snow so far this season is a nice change of pace for most of us, but people who rely on winter weather say they're losing green when they don't see white on the ground and can’t wait for the weather to change. → Read More

Local nonprofit helps families dealing with a loved who has cancer start the new year on a good note

It’s that time of year again. It's time to set goals and new resolutions, but for some that can be easier said than done, especially families who have a loved one dealing with cancer. → Read More

CMHA resident say mice infestation almost ruined her kid’s Christmas

Several residents have said they're feeling neglected and overlooked by Cuyahoga County Public's Housing Program. → Read More

Beloved nontraditional Cleveland Heights school facing financial setback

A local school that prides itself on its nontraditional teaching methods is hoping to stay afloat despite being tens of thousands of dollars in debt. → Read More

Sullivan-Deckard scholarship at CSU helps students achieve higher education

The statistics are alarming. Only one out of every two foster kids leave the system at 18 will have some form of gainful employment by the age of 24 and seven out of 10 girls will become pregnant before the age of 21, but educational tools are being used to reduce those numbers. → Read More

How to outsmart the Porch Pirates this holiday season

Some residents are angry and concerned about so-called 'porch pirates' lurking about this holiday season. → Read More

White House decorator says holiday season feels different after loss of George H.W Bush

Christmas memories just aren't the same for one local man, unless he's trimming the trees with tinsel and lights at the White House. → Read More

Local family uses their life challenges to help other parents

We've all had those moments when life throws a curveball and depending on the situation, it can be hard, sometimes impossible to recover. But the Boyd family is using their challenges to help others. → Read More

An ‘After Thanksgiving' meal one local chef is serving up for the homeless

After the turkey is all gone, the last slice of the pumpkin pie has been served, for a while, most of us go back to our regular day to day lives until the next holiday event, but there are still neighbors in our community in need and that's where one local chef is stepping in. → Read More

Some residents believe they're being overcharged by city for recycling

Some Cleveland residents are feeling overcharged and believe the city is fining them too much for trash and recycle clean up. → Read More

Northeast Ohio nonprofit helps to support local black retailers on Small Business Saturday

Today is small business Saturday, a day local shops depend on. After all of the doorbuster deals at the big stores on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday is the one day of the year dedicated to encouraging the community to shop small. → Read More

A local woman helps kids enjoy more than just Thanksgiving dinner

When hard times like a fire, eviction or flood happen for some of us, getting our basic needs met can be a struggle. But one local woman has been meeting the community's needs for years with a special free store and now a few kids on Cleveland's East Side are getting something special from her. → Read More

One Akron school trying to better prepare kids for life after high school

How prepared is your child for life after high school? A new report shows Ohio students are lagging behind. → Read More

Akron gives small businesses a special grant to improve their buildings

Some businesses in Akron could be getting a major facelift as they prepare for Small Business Saturday next weekend. → Read More

Local veteran is helping others connect better to their four-legged friends

He believes every veteran deserves to have the best quality of life they can. → Read More

Cleveland police officer shot early Saturday morning in Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood

A Cleveland Police officer who was shot in the early morning hours is in stable condition, according to police. → Read More

What will it take for more movies to be made in Cleveland?

Cleveland's city film commission is pushing for more movies to be shot here, but they've been struggling to get the resources they need to do that. But soon that could be changing. → Read More

National conference happening in Cleveland to help female entrepreneurs run a successful business

Women entrepreneurs have almost tripled in numbers in the past 30 years, from 4 to 11 million. → Read More