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seventeen -year-old andre jackson was injured during euclid's game on friday night and he died at the cleveland idt.ital on sunday >> fox 8 news reporter jack shea >> it's a stolen, toasting the euclid panthers on friday nightt and there is euclid junior andre jackson, number 48, blocking on a kickoff return for the panthers. the game, the 17 -year-old linebacker and fullback would suffer an injury on special teams that would ultimately lead to his death. >> he was going for the ball and one of our guys was going for the ball i think he got kicked or needg it was a completely new
just very strange situation. sad situation. >> we were told andre jackson was originally treated by the medical staff at the stadium and was taken to university hospitals. he was released on saturday, but on sunday night, he was taken by ems to uh as rainbow babies and children'sai hospital, where he died. university hospitals issued a statement that reads we express our defensesi deepest sympathy o andre's family. we are conducting a fullmi reviw of his care andwi with his family. due to patient privacy, we cannot comment further at this time. >> i want people to know that this community just lost such a special boy ka and he is irreplaceable. there will never be a smile like andre jackson's. there never will be one. >> we are toldb counselors will be here at euclid high school throughout the week, providing
>> the soul in schoolrs district issued a statement that reads everyone in the soul and program andletic the schools send prayers and thoughts of comfort to his family, friends, coaches and the euclid high school and euclid communities. counselors will be available this week for our students who want to talk or need additional support.de euclid had football coach jeff rotsky said he had seen tremendous growth in andre jackson in the past year, in particular his interest learning and furthering his education. >> i i will tell you we will do everything we can to honor number 48. we will honor as best as we can a smile. we will cherish this boy. >> jack shea, fox 8 news in euclid. >> concerned parents looking for answers tonight, wondering to know why it tookig nearly three hours for their children to get home from school friday.s parents and grandparents in the children normally get home
until after 6:00. the students were transferred to an boot new bus number but that change was apparently not communicated to the school. t another driver out of the students to there's -- the district said the buster ever met well, but it does not excuse the unnecessary delay or the confusion a cost for several families. >> the bus driver said f that te school put them on the wrong bus and there was still kids on the bus buti he was trying to explan what happened. i don't care what happens. why did this happen quitei will >> we're frantic. we were starting to worry at that point. we thought why wouldn't the school call us at the kids are going to be that way. >> parents say they are hoping the district makes changes so they are at leastch notified in the future when something like this happens. >> a house that was the scenenef a murder friday night was the scene of ae fire this money. firefighters were called to an abandoned home on hopkins avenue near lakeview road earlypk this morning. they quickly got the fire under
intentionally set. police responded toe the same house on friday night for reports of gunshots. when they arrived then they found a 36 rolled man collapsed in the street. he was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.d. so far, and best getters have no suspects in the fire or murder. theh former softball coach at laurel school plea not guilty to charges he had a sexual relationship with a minor.let mark newton was indicted earlier this month. he facesnded a slew of charges, including rape, kidnapping and sexual battery. it was also a social studies >> the fox 8 i team getting action helping police solve the mystery surrounding a american flag ripped up. less month, two people were caught on camera ripping up an american flag outside a business and strongsville. police are to the i team after they wereth able to identify the female, but not the mail. weird this video and police a saturdaya night, the young man's mom brought him and, a 17 -year-old from homestead
aj trend across the country hitting closer to home. police in norwalk say a prank photo posted online has sparked calls of clowns causing chaos. police c started receiving calls about people in clown masks late thursday into m early friday. and one case a woman reported a clown was trying to break into her home. police never found any criminal clouds, but were able to track down the people who made the original post, and say they admitted to dressing up in the clown costumes and posting the photo of wanted to be famous. >> we want people to be careful with what they post on social median, to think before hand in to realize that yes that can be a problem and it can create a problem for the police in tying up resources, wasting time that could be better spent serving the public. >> police say they could not substantiate any reports of clown sightings in norwalk in that they may have been exaggerations or even deliberate false reports.
could be the first in the state to offer employees six paid weeks of family leave when they become parents. a proposal before the summit county council what extend that benefit to fathers and mothers of both newborns and adopted children. employees are currently permitted 12 weeks of unpaid leave, consistent with federal law, after the birth of a child. the proposal by councilwoman elizabeth walters is groundbreaking since no others county in the state currentlyl offers this kind of paid family leave through their employees. >> having a baby is a joyful event but it's neither a sickness or a vacation. so having policies that support new families that don't require them to take all oftie their vacation and sick time is the rightis thing to do for our couy employees. >> the closest county to offer thisu kind of family leave may e out again he county in pennsylvania. >> a gloomy monday out there and kind of like i felt last week. when both you and melissa left me here by myself. >> we were busy doing things melissa.
>> better weather on the way. >> we're bringing about the sunshine out and a gloomy start but we definitely had a lot of rain around. now the rain is gone and we want to confirmrm on the radar with u there are no rain drops across the buckeye state. moving outside and we are looking at clouds already beginning to really breakc apart and becoming mostly clear overnight tonight paired we will have our eyes on a area of low pressure across the -- northern wisconsin and minnesota. it will dive our direction till of next rainfall amounts for most of us were quarter of an inch or so. less as you head to areas like after hinckley can. three hundreds of an inch to fall. current temperatures in the low to mid 60s and a pleasant fall evening. windsf are really not too bad right now but i think they start to pick up a little bit tonight and especially tomorrow i think winds become best year. tonight we keep be mostly clear and tomorrow all is calm and
clouds will start to fill in and eventually become productive rain clouds. upper 40s tonight. comfortable and clearuc and definitely a cool know out there. a cool nightht note to start but mostly sunny and temperatures near normal. average high temperatures 70 degrees but we givegh you 68 tomorrow. gusty winds at times from the south and west. we want this kind of weather for woolly bear 44 this sunday but will thatin ? we will tell you in the eight day coming up.p. >> we are learning that cleveland browns offensive lineman was reportedly arrested early this morning. >> the royalton post reported that 25 -year-old alvin bailey was arrested for ovi i in north royalton. according to thath report, baily was speeding on west 130 street before turning into a nearby dog park, a and when an officer saw him exiting the vehicle, bailey allegedly ignored the officers commands to go back inside. royalton post reports thatts bailey allegedly admitted to drinking was arrested for ovi i.
allegedly saw quote green flakes believed to be marijuana inside the center counsel. >> the browns released a statement saying we are aware of the incident i have spoken to alvin to express our displeasure an extreme disappointment. this is ae matter that must be taken very seriously and we will comment further at the appropriate time. >> just three months after winning their first nba championship, the cavs t took te first up on thea road to a repet today. >> lebron, coach lou and could be reunited at cleveland clinicn courts for media day and sports director john tillage was front and center. >> hi guys, ten players are back from the cavaliers 2016 title team, plus a couple of new faces. mike dunleavy and chris byrd man anderson, but the front office is still negotiating wit jr smith, so he was not at media day. gm david griffin shirts and breaking news on another popular playerd. >> in a very late developing move mo williams agent reach out to me this morning and informed me that low would not continue
mo will not be here tonight either. >> last week mo williams announced on twitter that he was coming back for his 14th season, but this morning mo had a change of heart. so the cavaliers still need someone to back up and kyrie irving after matthew dellavedov left for milwaukee. with the pressure of winning cleveland's first championship in 52 years now gone, this media day was very relaxed. but the players in the coaches are all excited to work. >> i will take a short summer to be able to play in the finals. it's something thatil as a kid u always kind of watched and wished you could be a part of. to be one of the two teams out of 30 to be able to represent the larry o'brien trophy as of the new honor and cherish. there is no summer. there was no summer for me. >> and the annual wine and gold scrimmage is sunday afternoon at the q. the first preseason gameme is a
that's oktoberfest against the magic. and possibly jr smith will be signed by then. we will keep you posted. back to you. >> calm in the streets of charlotte after days of protesting. >> authorities now releasing body camera video, showing what happened leading up to the deadly police involved shooting. why some are calling for the chief to resign. >> arguably one of the most important and anticipated in history. why both campaigns are saying they are ready, ahead of tonight's showdown. >> plus, the sports world is mourning. how family, friends and fans are
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regainingte some, after days of violent protests and riots, but some are still calling for the mayor and police chief to step down over the police killing of 43 -year-old keith scott. policesc released body cam and dashboard videos showing parts
thec footage offered no clear evidence that scott was holding a gun s at the time, but police also released evidence photos of the loaded and costs weapon they say scott was carrying, and an ankle holster they say he was wearing. protesters are calling for the mayor and police chief to resign. >> we have engaged with chief putney in the past and he has promised us that cm pd would be more transparent under his leadership. we feel these promises have been broken and we therefore call for the immediate resignationro >> civil rights groups are calling for transparency from the police department in the shooting death of scottns, and asking for all footage from the incident to be released immediately. >> it's arguably one of the most anticipated presidential debates inal the nation's history. tonight, donald trump and hillary clinton, gore neck and neck in the polls, will face off. their 90 minute debatete is expected to attract tens of millions of viewers. moderator lester holt will start the segmentse with a question ad the candidates will have two
clinton and trump are virtually tie going into tonight's debate. a recent washington post abc news poll puts clinton up 46 percent and trump at 44 percent. the debate is projected to dropa up to 100 million viewers. both candidates spent sunday prep he for the debate, and both campaigns are expressing confidence. >> i know this about hillary clinton. when the lights are bright like theyht are now, she brings the + came to the table. >> people really gravitate toward his brand of and the way he has been able to connect with people very naturally.bl >> the debate kicks off from hot or university in new york tonight at 9:00 p.m. after all the rhetoric and campaign trail, each candidate will make theirmp case to the voters tonight. fox 8 will bring it to life. it's the first presidential debatel , again, tonight at 9:0. then stay tuned for analysis on fox 8 news at 10:00. >> a bit of a soggy day out there today. definitely feeling those fall temperatures moving in and
sometimes. >> makes meu think ofel fully b. >> and that is coming up this sunday. the 441st in vermillion. t last week we were talking 80s and a close to 90 degrees. but then rain came barrelingree- through and because of a cold front behind itdend it's a gorgs evening but definitely temperatures have a cooler touch. temperatures in the 60s for the majority of the day.le 70 degrees t 61 degrees was the low. send set now at 7:17 in the evening. all is quiet now on the radar but thatr wasn't the case earlir this morning. you can see the loop here from earlier. the rain showers that came barreling through because of a .old front and since then, the clear conditions are headed our direction tonight and tomorrow.h --
to wednesday. starting wednesday we will have unsettled weather. period showersed wednesday, thursday, friday and saturday. why so long? this area of high pressure will be detached which is usually catapulting from west to east quickly. this instance has nothing to push it away so it is stuck here for quite a while. 65 degrees at lakefront and winds at 5-15 miles per hour. they15 will pick up tomorrow becoming gusty. temperatures here to the west stay closer to illinois and mississippi river boundary low to mid 70s. omaha 76 degrees. for tonight we're looking at skiesmade that are mostly cleard tomorrow it will be a beautiful fall day. temperatures near normal a and lots of sunshine. a little on the windy side but i don'ton think we can complain about that. as we go into your tuesday night, more clouds start to fill in and these clouds become productive. by midday when sayud they will e
they will be period showers and -- most areas should see about attempt to a quarter of an inch of rainld but some areas could t outside of that and reach a little bit closer to the half inch mark. back tonight to beaches in the upper 40s. clear and cool and a cool start tomorrow. warming up nicely for4040 and headingl home from school ad work. mostly sunny and very comfortable. then as we go into your wednesday is when we start to bring back the chances of rain. you will see only low 60s wednesday and for football there could be some on and off showers. should it be and all rain out kind of day. as we look at the woolly bear we are starting to take away chances of rain and mainly clouds and sunshine.ne temperatures about 70 degrees. >> tonight on fox 8 news at 10:00 i'm a local high school on
the parma school district looking at dramatic cuts as parents voice their concerns. >> a recap of the first presidential debate. reaction from you when you join us tonight fox 8 news at 10:00 immediately following the debate. check wall street and not a great monday.y. we can rebound later on this week. the tao closing down today over 166 points. >> the sports world mourning the loss of two superstars per the miamipe marlins will return to play today against the new york metsf fernandez peer the game was canceled yesterday after the young pitcher was killed in a boating boating fernandez announced on answer graham last week he and his girlfriend were expecting their first child. meanwhile, people around the world are paying tribute to a golf great. arnold palmer passed away yesterday at the age of 87. a public memorial is being
hometown near pittsburgh. a private funeral will take placepr later this week. rising to popularity in the 50s,t palmer is widely credited withcr bringing the game of golf to a much wider audience.me well, she's the big winner of an even bigger jackpot. >> a local woman really rolling in the dough after taking home prize in that now famous queen of hearts game. why others will also benefit though fromn her very good fortune. >> and a five -year-old boy passes on his birthday presents. what he told his parents he
but he wanted to let ge you knoa reminder about the woolly bear festival this sunday in vermillion.hol the cattle biller to tell a big party around that and a great family fun. dick's favorite time of the year. you can find a full schedule of all the eventsavye on fox 8 .co. >> you would expect a five -year-old wanting a pile of presents open on his birthday. instead, one ohio boy is giving his money to his local police department. meet jackson whto his birthday soon he could donae it to the officers. his mom asked them if he was sureh and that he wouldn't get gifts if he donated the money. jackson said he didn't need twice, and to give the money to police. in return, they miami township police departmenty made jackson state even better by naming him an honorary officer. a local grandmother just became a multimillionaire. she won big whilena playing the popular queen of hearts card game.h >> now she is $3.4 million
terry veteran he said it was her first time playing the game. she spent $5 of one ticket. terry tells us she plans to invest the money back in her community. that is after she gets over the shock of her life-changing win.f >> he goes it's the queen of heartsn and i say oh, what does that mean again? he goes it means he won $3.4 million. and from there it was like screaming and getting my kids and not believing it. ibe very surreal. >> the card game starts again in late october.r. >> congratulations to terry. that does it for fox 8 news at 7:00. >> back here after the debate. untilft then, have a great night
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