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>>reporter: no, it will get hot really quick. you can see on the satellite there is a haze, lights, gray color. that's along the lakeshore. mans field along 74. it's like patchwork here. we have sun in parts of the kirkland right now. aurora good morning to you. orwell is at 69 degrees. you can see temperatures are in the lower 60s in new london. we start off in the 60s this morning working our way to the 70s.
it will be a great day to go to the pool. nice mix of sun and clouds as things change into the overnight hours. all right, thank you. right now dozens of cats and other animals are getting extra attention after being rescued from a dangerous situation. they were in a hording situation. the owner is facing serious charges. covered in flees. the animal protection league said they don't limit the number of pets a person owns. >> when they exceed the number of providing humane care that's too many. >> many of the animals involved in this case need extra care. they should be available for adoption in a few weeks.
law. this set up areas were people can drink outside. we are live in the flats this morning. we have been hering about this sometime. what needs to happen before this goes into effects. >>reporter: we need to pass the application passed by the flats east bank. by law can be designate as a open refreshment area. they did submit an appation here. this week they updated the petition. if passed by council you could carry your alcohol beverage sold by a alcoholic beverage or cup in a designated area during a designated time. people we spoke to as long as
areas they are fine with it. >> in the afternoon you have kids and families that still come down. you want to keep it in one area. you don't want people running around with alcohol everywhere. if people are responsible i don't see a problem with it. >>reporter: of course there will be stipulations to the area. if you are in your r the alcoholic beverages in the zone. we'll keep you updated on the other rules. >> a lot of communities will be keeping a close eye on that community. two men are accused of
according to police this happened outside rumor nightclub. we have good news and bad news in cleveland sports. the indians pulled off a big win. they had an 12-1 victory. the indians continue with the rangers tonight at 8:05. the browns is kind of rolling on the wrong side they fell 30-13 to the buccaneers last night. there were bright spots. josh gore dan had a good game in the first showcase after a long suspension. despite playing one half. he had two catches including 87 yards. we'll take a closer look in our morning sports report. the high school football news. lake catholic fans will have to wait another week to c their
today but they are forfeiting the game. they had so many player suspensions relating to a taser incident they had to forfeit the game. thank you for spending your saturday morning with us. i'm nick folie. texas due to a filing mishap. big changes coming for juvenile offenders. >>reporter: current conditions right now in the 60s and 70s to start. we'll have your full power 5 forecast.
humidity will be uncomfortable. a nice mix of sun and clouds in the overnight hours. we have the threat of thundershowers and storms. if they do pop-up it could be pretty strong. we'll keep an eye on it here. that's a look at your forecast. new juvenile cases. some suspects that will repeatedly commit crimes will not increase the severity of charges if they were juvenile crimes. we spoke to a number of legal experts and they all agree with the record. >> juveniles as children the
deenviromental lopped. police are still trying to track down the drug dealer responsible for dozens of heroin overdoses. police and first responded treated 78 people. they are looking into the possibility that heroin was laced with an animal sedative. this akronman has been charged for selling west virginia trial. bruce griggs has been charged. all of the overdoses last week were within a mile and half of each other. they believe the drug was laced with a powerful chemical. this is a look at last night's winning lottery numbers.
rodney earl faces two counts of capital murder. their bodies were found thursday. they both were were found dead. they are condemning north korea's for launching a missile. after shocks are approximate being felt in italy. the death toll is 281 people with another 387 hospitalized for injuries. today's day of morning includes a state funeral for several of the victims.
not because they were not guilty but the evidence was mishandled. they got rid of evidence while cleaning the station. the veteran of 14 years was him immediately fired. >> that's some thing we cannot have in our jural >> a huge mistake there. no charges were filed. they found an interesting discovery along the u.s. ?? border. a sandbar is in the middle of the water. low tide is expected to last for the last several days. the u.s. border patrol agents say they are monitoring the area. we had heat and not a lot
weeks. we did get some rain. more heat coming my way. >>reporter: it's definitely been an above average monitor let's jump right into it. a great start to your morning here in cleveland. if you are joining us from any other part of northeast ohio temperatures right now 70 degrees. 8:17 is the time. as we see the image on the tower cam. we are dry. we have clouds floating in or out. hopefully they will provide shade today. with these temperatures starting off. 60 out towards orwell. we shift to the west and south.
good morning new london. 64 to start. 70 in sandusky. the pressure off to the east is pushing in a lot of that heat and warm weather and moisture. that comes along with humidity. on the muggy meter when we see dew point temperatures, the temperature it takes before we see the on the skin. uncomfortable today. we are looking at 60s on the dew point. still noticeable out there. future cast illustrates what's the come. we are already in the 90s. it will be hot out there. which'll see the sun really getting to work. as we push through late saturday night we have a shot
not everyone will see this. by sunday that will be your wetter day of the two. those temperatures also working their way to the 90s. tomorrow will be pretty active in the afternoon and evening hours. but monday we are home free. that's a look at your power 5 forecast. if you are planning ahead is the best day to to do outdoor activities. you want have to battle any showers or storms. things do cool down through the week. monday will be 84 degrees and by friday it will feel like fall. there were positives for the browns for sure. high school football has taken over northeast ohio once again.
the morning sports report. . good morning, everybody. the browns took on the buccaneers. first quarter rg3 airs it out. i'm showing you all of the positive highlights. the josh gordon. oh, what a catch two interception. he looks good for a guy who hasn't played in 2 years. they lost 13-30. they will play against chicago on thursday night. the indians needed a big win and they got it last night.
play, 74 yards. 7-6. tigers, hello. next possession. what a great quarter it was. 72 yards. 57-31. not a lot of defense in this one. >> pick it up in the fourth quarter. he check out wilson. he missed. a few plays later. he punches it in for 6. 36-6. the wildcats came marching in. they took on normandy. they already at 14-0 in the
travis had an 19-yard touchdown. wildcats 21-0. 34-yard touchdown. st. ignatius shut them down 45- 0. the lions hosted the orange. randy made his way down the field. that sets they win this one 21-14. second quarter, joey show. >> i love that show. >> everyone loves it. >> he gets the pass. beautiful interception. how about more joey.
they lead them to 22-7. they hung on the win in the 2 point game. 36-34 becksville. they have one of the best running backs in the state. a 35-yard touchdown. 7-0. he goes-9 yards for a touchdown. they needed all of them. copely holds down twinsburg. it was really nice last night. trinity got on the board first. this one he tumbled his way through. they are up 6-0.
outside on our tower cam. welcome back to this weekend edition of good morning. we have several developing stories including the flat east bank being the first open container district. first we'll have a check of the weather. >>reporter: good morning everyone at home. this is what we'll be dealing with today. we have the heat returning. we have passing storms you might want to make it a pool day. let's talk about how hot it will get. the storm chances come in the overnight hours. right now we'll focus on the temperatures. 92 in parts of ashland. also in the 90s, 92 for strongville
we have seen a lot of 90s the summer. 94 in akron, 94 in canton. this warm and this far south i can just image how it will get for those down south. stay cool and hydrated out their and go ahead. we'll be detailing the timing for the threats of the storms. that will be coming up soon in the next 5 now over to you nick. >> it will be hot. the flats could be come the first outdoor open refreshments area. >>reporter: just this week they approved the application here in the east bank of the flats that would allow people to take their alcoholic drinks outside
in order for them to take this into effect the city council must pass the application. as for right now we have no times table for the application. you will get a special cup by one of the licensed sellers. people say it's a good idea as long as th are enforced. >> as long as they keep security and families and stuff can still come down. as long as everyone is still enjoying themselves. we just want to have fun down here and enjoy ourselves. >>reporter: approving the application could be a tough decision by city council. but law only two areas within the city of cleveland can be
refreshment areas. we'll keep you updated. live in the flats news channel 5. >> we'll keep anon on that as it goes before city council. a 21-year-old killed on cleveland's east side. he was slot on east 123rd street. no word on any suspects in that case. police need your help to see who is shooting at cars we told you about one of those cases. we have received police reports in 6 other cases. at several reports drivers were sitting at a red light when the windows were shot out. police believe who every is doing this is using an bb or
one group tries to raise enough money for a gun buy back program. they didn't have enough money to get it off the ground. they had a goal of 55,000 dollars. they were give gift cards in exchange of guns. >> a lot of these guns are in the hands of young people. >> right now organizers said they raised half of that goal they hope they will have the money raised by a man in court to be sentence on an attempted murder charge is dead after jump from the steps. he fell 100 feet to his death. he had been sentence to 13 years in prison for shooting the man in the face on the day after thanksgiving. when you hear stories about heroic acts between a police officer and civilian it's
he was saved by a neighbor who lended a helping hand. the man was letting his dogs out early in the morning when he heard a woman screaming. the officer was trying to arrest jeremy smith. smith was acting aggressively and slamming the officer into a porch wall and resisting. >> he took the baton out of her hand. that's when >> jeffer's called for backup but needed the man's help to hold him down until backup arrived. the man is charged with multiple charged. a motorcycle club is helping kids in northeast ohio. they are hosting a toy run. they will drop off a years supply of toys at the children's hospital.
tavern this morning. we hear santa will be there nice and early before the small and winter comes. a traffic alert for anyone traveling on portage trail. that will be down to two lanes. the closure is to keep pedestrian safe during the falls better block event. still many teens show their independents. the cdc had reminders to parents as they send their students out on their own. leon feels the cool of the water as he tries to get to the bottom of why our lakeside communities are so drawn to cleveland. take a look at the temperatures. it's starting the heat up out
story. we are adding some humid notches to the mercury. 64 in peninsula. orwell is at 61. ashland is at 69. mansfield is at 69 as well. the west side is cooler than the east side. it will catch-up for all of us today. it's just going to out there. the highs are reaching 91 degrees on average. a few spoke thes could be hotter than that. not only are we getting the heat but the moisture in the atmosphere. it feels very humid outside. rain chances will stick around. for now over to you. >> we still have 20 degrees to
anniversary of the ukrains independence. after the parade there is a celebration and flag raising ceremony at the church. music and food will be the focus in mansfield. the jazz and blues festival starts at 4:00 this afternoon. there will be face painting, an petting zoo for kids as well. a lot today at the burning river festival. the headliners tonight is the sea fair vest value by great lakes brewing. that's the only place you can get the christmas ale that's so popular outside of the winter season. if you see news happening you can let us know by texting
it's 8:43. more pr trump campaign he received backlash. his ex-wife said the former head of bright news didn't want his girls going to school with jews and didn't like the way jews raised their kids to be winey brats. this cam in las angeles court back in 2007. another thing is could it be too much red tape or timing.
they wouldn't release hillary clinton's daily schedules until after the election. this came after the judge ordered the schedules being released. they wanted them ready by october 15. moving to health news now. many of your children are busy heading back to school. that means sending the ones off to college. they have updated their guidelines about what to watch for when children get their first big dose of independent. they shouldn't forget about exercise. along with walking to and from class they need 2.5 hours of exercise. sleep is another focus point. the average college student needs 7 to 8 hours of sleep
drinking. that could lead risky sexual behavior. >>reporter: i beg to differ. >> i experienced some thing like that. freshman 30, freshman 45. the sleep schedule had a do with it. >> pry ortize -- prioritizing your time. >> a lot of eating. >> hang in their it gets better. >>reporter: it will be absolutely beautiful today. this is a live shot. so much sun but still dark. very poetic. we are waking up to sunny and
temperatures around 70 degrees outside. the farther apart those numbers are from each other. we start off feeling pretty good. feeling like the actual temperature. we head throughout the day and get this pulling from the south. winds are coming out of the southeast. look at the radar. what do you seed. no green. way to start a saturday morning. we zoom out and look at the big picture and what do we see. what a mess out towards the west. we are going to get in on some of that action in the next 48 hours.
69 in burton. we will head out farther south. i've never been there. i heard there are cool tree houses. 69 in ashland and new london how are you doing at 64 degrees. we have a warm front in place. we have high pressure out to the the dew point temperatures, i know, many ask what is the dew point temperatures. if you have questions it takes a while. go ahead and reach out to me and i'll chat about it. what you need to know today when we see dew points in the 60s it muggy but no oppressive. today won't be oppressive. you will notice it.
out to the west you can see all of that action. the models are keeping it over the lake. there is a chance we'll get some of the storms over the lake. don't be taken back. we'll push it into sunday. that will be another hot day for us. it's definitely summer. it's going to start to wrap-up through monday. improvements on the way. ceder point on today. 92 degrees. less humidity then we have seen in the past few days. your forecast does bring relief in the form of lower temperatures. that's a look at your power 5 forecast. >> yes, we'll be at ceder park point. if you lived in northeast ohio you know that lake erie is
resources. as leon highlights the system serves as an uplifting presence in the area. >>reporter: we are a region built on water. it gives a great city. cleveland is next to lake erie. the city began here. without the lake cleveland wouldn't have de did. during this time of the year he seems to wear it's lake summer colors. still summer holds on for now. time draws near. we need to step aside for a new season entering. the days seem like they are a half hour to 45 minutes shorter than they were in the past week.
so are the people. perhaps becoming more reflective. this psychologist confirmed that thoughtment you need no degree in those areas to know what you feel internally. at the water's edge they tell you why they come. >> it's some thing about the water. >>reporter: the story of cleveland and the water. they may bring a fishing boat and drop the fish to be gust of honor at tonight's supper time gathering. >> you gasp blue gill and bass. >>reporter: for those who don't cast their line it's water that calls them. it doesn't take long to realize that among those that visit the
what stirs the soul of many water helps them find some thing. >> it's a great place to come and do what you need to do. >> i come to relax and do soul- searching. >>reporter: what do you think about? >> how my life is, where it's gotten me. >>reporter: for me it's some thing special being on the lake in late summer or early autumn. it's good for my soul. me who are here. we are a brotherhood of sorts. >> we didn't know each other until this meeting. we found a bond realizing we share the same time and place.
i've seen a lot of activity. >>reporter: the lake has many moods. today it's quite and reinflicttive. tomorrow it may be anxious. many take the water however it presents itself. this is a leafy area. summer holds on but some thing is in the air. >> the is it's not here but it's coming. >>reporter: he's brought here by the water taking his grand children to a stream he remembered from his childhood. the managed but the stream is youthful. others are here as well walking were the water runs. this babbling brook that heads
cleveland resource through the woods. >> the serinty of it all you can't get anywhere else. you come to relax. you come to enjoy. >>reporter: throughout this part of the land and water summer still presides. every hour the seasons hold is loosening know happening change is near. even for children who may not have words to describe it but they feel some thing. this is one of my favorite >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >>reporter: you think you would like this place too? >> uh-huhment. >>reporter: yeah, yeah. a simple story of a natural resource. sometimes it's taken for granted. water sustains us. helping us find a way through life. this is leon bib.
the weather. hot is the name of the game. >>reporter: let's take one more look at that 7 day forecast. highs reaching 90. a chance for p.m. storms after 10:00 p.m. isolated. tomorrow will be the wetter of the two days and we'll cool down after that. >> that's a nice stretch waiting for us. dozens of pets need your help after being rescued.
your radar and satellite there. there is no green in the area. there is a hazy greenish color, those are the clouds. it's near wayne county. that kind of equates to a nice mix of sun and clouds. the big picture shows that changes are on the way. they are moving in from west. they will arrive overnight on sunday. it's 9:00 on the dot 74 in some areas. a few cool spots out orwell. notice that cloud patch near the state park at 70 degrees. taking this hour by hour.
i was talking about it are move in pretty quick. we'll heat up as we go through the afternoon. by lunch already in the 80s and expect the high in the 90s. this occurs late tonight. new details in your forecast. nick over to you. >> those comfortable temperatures won't last long. dozens of cats and animals dangerous situation. a total of 50 cats and dogs removed from a hoarding situation. they were malnourished and covered in flees. the animal protection league said the city doesn't limit the amount of pets owned. >> when the person can't provide humane care that's too many pets. >>reporter: for know they are
manufacture of them need extra care. they should be available for adoption in a few weeks. earlier this year ohio passed an new open container law. now the east bank the flats could be the first area to allow it. we are live in the flats this morning. what needs to happen for this to go into effect. >>reporter: cleveland application. that could be tough because according to ohio law only two areaes within the city of cleveland can be designated as it open refreshment areas. they applied back in may but they have since updated that and submitted an new petition earlier this week.
carry your alcoholic beverages told by one of the bars down here. people we spoke to said as long as people are kept in those areas that -- they are fine with it. >> in the afternoon you have families coming down. you don't want people running around with alcohol as long as don't see a problem with it. >> there will be stipulations. if you are held in the area you cannot drink that alcoholic beverage even if it's in a mrs. kick cup or bottle in your car. we'll keep you updated on what happens. >> i believe there will be a lot of discuss on this. two people are facing
a euclid man last monitor. the two men are accused of killing zachery. they got into an argument but when officers arrived he was already in a coma. we have good news and bad news in cleveland sports. the indians pulled off a big win when they needed it most. corey helped the tribe to a 12- 1 victory. his record is 6-0 in his last 9 starts. they will play again tonight at 8:05. the browns fell 30-13 to remain winless. he had a great game in the showcase. he had two catches and put up
morning sports report. lake catholic fans will have to wait one more week before they start their first game. they were suppose to play today. they had to forfeit the game because the varsity team had so many players involved in a taser event. the ohio association said the game will be a no contest for both teams. of your saturday morning with us. coming up later a dozen criminal cases thrown out. all because of a filing mishap. changes to ohio's criminal justice system. of course we have our local weather. >>reporter: yes, i do. it's time to wake up and lookout there. it's just getting started. we'll talk about that in the
highs reaching 92 degrees. if you will worried about humidity it will be out their but not oppressive. if you head to cedar point stay hydrated. in the later hours you could get hit by an isolated shower. for know, nick, over to you. >> all right, thank of chicago bulls star dwayne wade is dead. chicago police said the suspects in the murder are two men firing at a third man but hit her instead. thankfully none of her children were hurt. new details this morning
mississippi. overnight a suspect was arrested and charged. rodney earl killed his two sisters. their bodies were found on thursday. both were nurse-practitioners. they have not released a motive. new development impacting ohio's criminal justice system. the new ruling from the ohio supreme court means some suspects crimes do not face steeper penalties if it?-- if the crimes were committed when they
clean slate. police are trying to track down the drug dealers involved in multiple heroin overdosed. they believe the heroin was laced with a powerful animal drug. this man you see here was arrested for charging heroin in a west bruce griggs is facing drug distribution charges as one of one of 27 overdose victims identified him as it dealer. the drugs were laced with a
condim -- condeming north korea's missal launches. italy is still feeling aftershocks. 287 people are dead while 300 people are in the hospital. after shocks were as high as a 4.2 magnitude. a funeral will be attende the italian community. still ahead, high school football is underway this week. we have a round up on how our areas are looking this morning in the early part of the season. it's time for our pet of the week.
welcome back. we have a guest. >> we have a lot of heat headed our
way. >>reporter: it's above average for northeast ohio. i've been enjoying the heat. it's been feeling like summer. winter will be coming soon. a live look outside shows why i'll take you right outside. a beautiful start to our day in northeast ohio. a great deal of sunshine.
and satellite. no rain in northeast ohio. we are seeing clouds and patchwork. the clouds are moving west to east. the bigger picture shows what's calm as we head through tonight and sunday our rain chances are going up. we have this system to the west. it will keep pushing forward. the in showers and storms. 69 in kirkland. this morning was pretty cool. i walked outside and it was pretty cool out here but we are rising quickly. 74 degrees. take a look at the park. good morning to you
it will be a hot day so stay hydrated. the threat for showers and storms will begin late tonight. this is for the nightwalkers and partyers headed to the flats. everyone else let's in joy the daytime. the high pressure to to the west pushing in the moisture. the warm front is not too far from us. the muggy meter will be going . while in the 70s we are looking at oppressive numbers. when the dew point is in the 60s we are between muggy and uncomfortable. it won't be oppressive but noticeable. here is a look at future cast he can plain -- explaining it better to you. we have showers and storms that want to creep in. overnight, you will be caught
especially along the lakeshore storm. we'll see rain showers and storms very likely. not only tomorrow evening but early in the afternoon. that should wrap-up as we head towards monday. make it a ceder point day. the high will be 92 degrees. >> it's always a day for ceder point. the indians are finally back on track as we told high school football has taken over northeast ohio. on here is our sports team with all you need to know in the morning sports report. good morning, everybody. the browns took on the bucks last night. first quarter rg 3 airs it out. 44 yards on the hook.
highlights in this one. second quarter browns down 27- rg3 to josh. you wouldn't have known he hadn't played in the last few years. he looks very good for a guy who hasn't played in 2 years. 30-13. they on thursday night. the indians needed a big win and they got it last night. the 3 game losing streak is over. abraham was a big help in the sixth. the indians really needed it last night.
it feels like summer is over, doesn't it guys. >> oh, yeah. >> lauren is here. >> i'm andy. i think i'm andy. >> you are. >> did you have fun? >> it was fun. >> did you have some snacks. >> i did. >> i had an >> carb it up. let's head out to mentor. next possession to seath. what a play, 74 yards. 7-6 tigers. next possession what a great first quarter it was too.
not a lot of defense this one. aurora hosted solon last night. check out this one. he made his run. 40 yards down the-yard line. he punches it in for 6. in. st.ignatius takes on normandy. he had an 19-yard touchdown. the wildcats up 21-0 in the first. give him the football. 34-yard touchdown st.ignatius shuts down normandy 45- 0.
orange. randy crosby made his way down the field. that sets us a ahead a bit. the orange win this 21-4. all right, let's go back breaksville hosts padua. look at this >> how about more of joey. >> i love joey. 43 yards the hook up. that was 22-7. that's where we'll be at the half. it was a close one 36-34. >> it was the westen bridge's
backs in the state. first possession for copley. they are in front 7-0. more from the indians. this time 9 yards out. he gets 195 yards. and four touchdowns. 35- 28. autobeautiful -- an beautiful night last night trinity host hawken. he throws it deep and it takes off. eric takes it to the house for a pick six. trinity goes up 12-0. they go onto win 24-6. >> i got the same thing attelet
31 yards here for his fourth touchdown in a row. 17 yards. he barely played in the second half. that was his last play of the game. wickliffe won 41-6. >> that was well deserved. >> week 1 of mcdonald's 5 on your sideline. that's we are done. have a great morning. it's time for our pet of the week. we have a special guest. this is jacqueline an 4-month- old shepherd mix. >> he came from our animal program. every time we have space which earlier this week we did. she came into our animal
sister. they are 4-month-old shepherd mix puppies. very sweet and snugglely. she doesn't want to get out of her blanket. >> she has a calm demeanor. >> for right now. she's a puppy. she might perk up in a bit . >> she's going with me to rocky river today. they are doing fundraiser for unites states. we'll be therefrom 11-3:00 p.m. all day today at the event i'm going to as well as at the shelter and adoption center we have five dollars cats and kittens. we are trying to make approximate room for kitties in
yesterday was national dog day. >> yeah. >> happy national dog day to you precious. remember to stick around. nick and i, well, nick will read the tease. i'm trying to be nick. >> i have a feeling she won't be coming back from rocky river. >> probably not. a
man out walking his dog helps an ohio officer make a a gun buy back program postponed. they are asking for your help
it's 9:29. we start this half hour with a lookout our tower cam. the sun will warm things up today. welcome to the saturday edition of good morning cleveland. the flats east bank is being considered for the open container district. we'll have more on that story. first a check of the weather. >> how is it doing out their meg.
the dew point at 60 degrees. dew point at 65 degrees. the closer the numbers are the more humid it will feel. winds coming out of o the southeast at 5 miles per hour. we'll get that southerly flow. when it comes from the south we get moisture and warm air and other things. 59 in medina. we are starting to get more to this. earlier we were in the upper 50s and 60s this morning. it will get hot from here. highs reaching the 10 after lunch we'll jump into the 90s in the evening. more clouds building throughout the day. you will notice that chance for showers and storms overnight as well as for your sunday.
>> that's a pretty extreme warmup. the east bank on the flats is on the rise. pretty soon it could be the next open container area. meg what's the latest. >>reporter: just this week the cleveland downtown development approved an application that would allow people to bring their drinks outside the restaurant before this goes into affect cleveland city council must approve the application. right now there is no timetable for that. if it's passed by law you could carry your alcoholic beverage sold in a plastic cup or bottle by a licensed seller in a says designated area. it's a good idea as long as the areas and times are enforced. >> as long as they keep
as long as they are enjoying themselves and no rough housing. we just want to have fun down here and enjoy ourself. >> approving this application in the flats could be a tough decision for the city council. by law only two areas within the city of cleveland can be approved. of course we'll keep you updated. 5. also from over night. a 21-year-old was killed on cleveland's east side. he was shot on east 123rd street. it happened after midnight. no word on any possible suspects. police need your help figuring out who is shooting at cars in cleveland heights. we told you about one of the cases but we received police
inself ram of the reports drivers were sitting at a red light. in one be case a 1-year-old was shot in the back seat. police believe who every is doing this is using an bb or pellet gun. plans to get guns off the street is summit county. they try to raise enough money for incentives. the gun buy back program was support to start this week. they didn't have enough money to get it off the plan was to offer gift cards no questions asked. >> a lot of the guns are in the hand of young people. >> now organizers say they only raced about half of the money raised by october. a ohio man will be
dead after jumping from stairs. jason jumped over the stairwell and fell 100 feet to his death. when you hear stories about heroic acts about a police officer and civilian it's usually the officer in need. a southern ohio officer spoke about a open han juan was letting his dogs out when he heard a woman scream. the woman was an officer trying to make an arrest. the suspect was slamming her against the wall. >> he took the baton out of her hand. that's when i took the baton away.. >> the officer called for
until the backup arrived. the man is in jail facing multiple charges. a local motorcycle club is banning together to help kids in ohio today. they are hosting a toy run. they will drop off a year supply of toys at the children's hospital. the run starts today at 10:30. we heard santa might make an appearance as well. expect trail. that road will be down to 2 lanes between second and route 8. the closure is to keep pedestrians safe. still to come this morning. for many teens college life is the first chance to spread their wings and show true independence. the cdc had reminders for parents as they send their kids out on their own.
good morning and welcome back. the heat is returning. with the heat in place i would make it a full day. that's just me. speaking of heat. let's talk about the temperatures. 93 degrees. if you are headed to to -- cedar point how about a high of 93 for cleveland. beach wold is 91 in parma. 81 in west lake. we shift farther south and we get a bit warmer as we head a way from the water. 94 in akron, and 93 in alliance. philadelphia even though you aren't in the map you will be in the low to mid 90s. plenty of conditions today. humidity won't be oppressive.
light storms are probable. it won't be widespread. sunday will be the wetter day. for know, nick, over to you. >> shorts and flip-flops today. today is the 25th anniversary for the ukraine's independence. they will have a parade today. after the parade there is an independence day celebration and flag raising at the church. music and food will be in mansfield today. the festival includes local brew
just about 9:44 on your saturday. we'll head to politics. steven is getting backlash over divorce papers. his ex-wife said he didn't want his girls to go to schools with jews and he didn't want his jews to these claims came back in 2007. could it be too much red tape or timing. the government told the associated press said they won't release some of hillary clinton detailed schedules until after the election. this comes seven months after a judge ordered those to be released. the schedules show meetings clinton had during her time as sectary of state.
and have them available by october 15th. many of your children are heading back to school. for some that means sending the older ones off to college. with that in mind they the cdc updated their guidelines. don't forget to remind your children about exercise. sleep is another big to call point. th needs 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night. the cdc put emphasis on bing drinking. >> it really affects your weight. we were talking about the freshman 15. you said the cdc disputed that.
been proven as an actual thing. >> okay, well, i can tell you. >> you disagree? >> i disagree. >>reporter: let's take a look at that outside view. my oh my how beautiful is it out their today. can't wait to breathe that fresh air. we have temperatures in the 70s for a lot of 75 degrees. these temperatures are on the rise. this morning we staterred off in the 60s. when i first went outside i thought it was chilly. we are still far a way from the record temperatures. radar shows we are dry. you will see cloud coverage farther south near holmes county. we are headed down.
house. out towards the west you are seeing showers and storms. we will get impacted by the action as we head into the weekend. sunday is suppose to be a wetter afternoon. for know we are dealing with the temperatures. 65 in aurora. 74 in streetsboro. 57 in 75 in mansfield and shelby. the hour by hour forecast we'll see these numbers hike towards the 90s this afternoon. it will be hot out there. notice in the hour by hour forecast look at that time period between 1:00 and 3:00. we have a slight chance. i don't want you to think it
in the flats. we could see a few stray showers. it should pass through. we'll see an warm front lift and bring us the warmer air throughout the next few days today and tomorrow. the muggy meter is uncomfortable today. that's good new working in our favor. here on the future cast you can see what i was talking about this evening. the showers want to come in but they are pulling it to the lake. along the lakeshore we could get an isolated shower with one or two rumbles out there. as you head into sunday everything really lights up then. that's when we expect our greatest chance for showers and storms. tomorrow will be the best chance for showers. we'll have quite conditions throughout the week. we'll see highs this weekend in the 90s.
looking at much improved conditions. we'll take a look at that as it show wraps up. if you lived in eastern ohio you know lake erie is one of our greatest resources. as leon bibb highlights. this presence in the area. >>reporter: we are a region built on water it gives the city it's character. without the lake cleveland wouldn't have developed as it did. during this time of the year it's wearing it's lake summer
it will soon have it's autumn wardrobe. summer holds on for now although it's time draws near. >> the days are a half hour to 45 minutes shorter than they were in the past weeks. >>reporter: water and air are changing. so are the people. you don't need him to tell you what you feel internally. many will tell you why they come to where the land meets water. >> there is some thing about the water. >>reporter: some find themselves often near the lake for valid reasons. they may bring a fishing poll
honor. >> you can catch blue gill, bass. >>reporter: for those who don't cast that i know lines in the lake it's the water that calms them. among those who visit the water may do so for reasons quite important. what cleveland offers may stir is souls of many in the water. water helps them find some thing. have you been >> i'm relaxing and doing soul- searching. >>reporter: what do you think about? >> just how my life is and where it's gotten me. >>reporter: for me there is some thing act being on the shoreline in late summer or early autumn. i suppose it's good for my soul. i find others just like me.
ago war. we didn't know each other until this meeting. we found a bond and realized we shared experiences. as we both looked at the lake we reinflicted on our lives and more. >> i saw a lot of action. >>reporter: the lake has today it's quite an reflective. many take the water how they can. some waters speak in hushed towns. this is a leafy area. here too summer holds on. some thing is in the air. that whisper of autumn. it's not here but coming. >>reporter: he's brought here by the water.
stream he remembered from his childhood. the managed but the stream is still youthful. many come to walk were the water runs. this babbling brook is a cleveland natural resource. >> the calmness of it all. it's some it anywhere else. summer stilt presides. every hour the seasons holds. nature brings reflection. even for children who may not have words to describe it. this is one of my favorite places in all of the world. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >>reporter: you think you would like this place too?
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