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Past articles by Tara:

Father and son charged with selling diseased body parts on the black market

A Chicago area father and son are now federally charged for allegedly knowingly selling diseased body parts. → Read More

Professional video game developer part of Cleveland’s burgeoning tech scene

A professional video game developer says Cleveland's tech scene is on the rise, as many are looking for West Coast wages with Cleveland's cost of living. → Read More

Jesus stolen from beloved Summit County Nativity scene

The Nativity in question belongs to Cornerstone Church and is on display on Portage Lakes Drive, near the township’s administrative building. → Read More

Canal Fulton embraces the holiday spirit year-round

Most people only feel the holiday spirit in December, but residents living in a small town in Stark County say they feel it year-round. → Read More

Rally's employee racked up $466 on customer's card

It's quick, hot and "crazy good," but in South Euclid, a 77-year-old regular customer got more than the cheeseburger she ordered when she drove through Rally's hungry, according to police. → Read More

Antibiotic resistance continuing problem with dogs

Antibiotic resistance is a concern for all doctors with issues that plague both pets and people. → Read More

PROOF IN NUMBERS: Ohio drivers are putting first responders at risk

The folks you call for help are the people drivers are putting at risk, while they're just doing their jobs. → Read More

Lorain parents join fight against school state takeovers

Lorain parents have formed a group to join in on the pushback against House Bill 70, the law that allows the state to take over a public school district with three consecutive failed grades of their state report cards. → Read More

Lordstown residents devastated after GM decides to close plant

Lordstown will never be the same. → Read More

Companies are rating you, and those ratings are affecting you every day

Popular mobile apps and websites give you the ability to rate and review everything from the restaurant where you had dinner last night to the driver who dropped you off there, but in a 5-star world, what's your rating? → Read More

Former Cuyahoga County judge Lance Mason showed homicidal tendencies, group says

On Saturday a former Cuyahoga County judge was arrested in connection with the death of his ex-wife. → Read More

Ohio has a puppy mill problem

It's a distinction no state wants. The Humane Society of the United States says Ohio has the second-most puppy mills in the country. → Read More

Move Over cameras tested in Cleveland after News 5 report

Fatal accidents involving roadside workers are a rising problem here in Northeast Ohio. → Read More

How a dangerous party drug became a treatment for depression

It's a chameleon in a bottle. A drug with a spotty, not so pleasant history. → Read More

'Me. It was me.' video of Strongsville man confessing to teachers murder released

In court, Jeffery Scullin repeatedly denied having anything to do with the murder of his future mother-in-law, even at his Monday sentencing. → Read More

Parents concerned about raw sewage and bad drinking water at South Amherst Middle School

Raw sewage in the back and dangers inside. South Amherst Middle School is falling apart and parents shared their safety and sanitary concerns with News 5. → Read More

Stark County's Perry School District denies suicide memorial for six students

Stark County's Perry School District will not memorialize the six students who took their own lives this past year, despite plans and private funding put together by their families. → Read More

State control of schools looms in East Cleveland

Concerned voices grew louder Monday as the State moves forward with plans to takeover the East Cleveland School District. → Read More

Lorain residents curious about where new fire station is

It's been almost two years since the 2016 fire levy passed, and Lorain residents are wondering where the new fire station is they voted and paid for. → Read More

Errors, inaccuracies revealed in state's school report card for East Cleveland

After digging into the state's report cards for current and planned state takeovers, News 5 found there are some issues within the report cards of at least one district - East Cleveland. → Read More