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well it's going to be a terrific school year and a welcome back to my students and their family eric gordon optimistic about the start of classes today. also looking forward to a bright new school year. but behind the scenes trouble was brug. >> the teach -- bruing -- brewing. >> the teachers union is planning to strike. >> on monday night news was made the district and the teacher's union have been
they are working under a deal that expired on july 1st. the teacher union so frustrated saying they are going to go on stwriek -- may go on strike -- may gon strike within ten days. -- may go on strike. families can prepare for school on tuesday. the school district is disappointed but working on plans. their 39,000 students a plan b. we'll have more for you starting at 4:30 in the morning. >> thank you chris. this news of a strike comes as the district prepares to go to voters in november to renew a $15 million tax levy. it will extend the tax levy another four years if it passes. it would generate up to $69.7 million a year, 10% of the operating budget.
the streets bro march band. mike daulbaugh posted on the website that students were pushed into a lake at night without knowing if they could swim. and some were wrapped in plastic wrap and wrapped to tees. the allegations came to -- trees. the allegations came to light last week. they're searching for an interim band director now and hope to have the reinstated soon. an american has not won a medal in the men's 800 since 1982. a runner from the university of akron made it happen. >> what a tremendous story that is zip clayton is the runner's -- clayton murphy is the runner's name but in rio on
through big time. he made it to the men's final of the 800 meters and said he was proud to be ins. he said i -- to be in the finals. he i got a lot in me. he finished third in the event. he had a personal best time of one minute 49.93 seconds the best time ever for an american. we had an opportunity to meet him p he is a sensational young man and now a bronze medal winner. now also from the university of akron we want to mention this evening. this is sean barber -- barber from the university of akron. 22 years old. he was competing for canada. he decided to compete for the
unable to clear 18 and a half feet. he feels the weather impacted his opportunity to win tonight as the eg fending -- as the defending world champion. it was a strange night especially in that event. heavy, strong winds, a lot of interruptions and he never got into the flow of the event. he finished tenth. what a night for the university of akron and congratulations to clayton murphy. in the show. >> we'll see you then. >> thanks. of course the olympics capture a spirit that's hard to describe but a few journalists try to do that every day. sarah has more from rio on those who have a front row seat to the olympics. >> brought to you by your northern ohio honda dealers. >> being here in the middle of
spectacle to this 31st olympiad and it makes it special for just about anyone who touches the olympics. we talked to a couple famous ohioans who are still pinching themselves. >> her first olympics were only about 500 miles from her hometown. >> my long long ago in lake placid i was working at a radio station in new york. never get tired of it. people ask which is your favorite? they all are. >> she's also trying to take it all in. >> anybody who's a kravs fan will know this when you see the best in the world doing anything it's fantastic. it's okay to cheer for your country. i'm a journalist so i try to
no pretenses at the olympics that i'm all usa. >> this is tremendous fun. it's an enormous privilege to get to do this. i saw the olympics when i was a little boy in ohio and they changed my life. i said i want to do this and i'm living the dream. >> allan abrahamson is covering his ninth olympic games. >> they're the one thing in our world that brings people the idea of making us all better by being together. >> the olympics are imperfect but this is 17 gays where we say -- days where we say maybe it can be better. >> every olympic offers a showcase. it brings more than just the olympiad, it brings worldwide attention.
i wonder if we can relate to that. after we won our championship, two championships in hockey and basketball. i keep telling people how great cleveland is and it seemed like all of america was cheering for us. colanders have a sense of what it's colanders have a -- clevelander s have a sense of what it's like in rio today. >> i was to things about cleveland when we were preparing for the republican national convention. the only thing that brings more global attention? the olympics. maybe cleveland for 2032. >> brought to you by your northern honda dealers. visit us online. coming up.
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in two weeks i noticed a big improvement in my scalp. >> it's working but pricey. less expensive options? >> there are. you can talk to your hair care specialist, find a shampoo with the mildest deter jenlt. it can mean -- detergent. maybe try a detergent for oily hair. massage your head when you wash and if you're problems see a dermatologist or atry -- trick olg expert. some -- trichology expert. mallware was put into place across the country at hotels. the only hotel from ohio is the weston in cincinnati. the problem has corrected and its safe to use cards at the
customers that notice anything suspicious should contact the card issuer directly. i look at your map and see these big green and yellow blobs. that's a scientific term. >> we go with it definitely. >> blobs it is. we do have rain that has been plaguing us. but it's been this light junk that keeps falling from the sky. it's not enough to put your windshield wipers on. that will start to change the next couple days. some fog, muggy conditions drizzle h the morning. temperatures in the 70s and more scatter rain and storm chances for the afternoon. this is a repeat performance. it does not seem to want to go away. not a lot of rain throughout the afternoon and evening just a few isolated sprinkles and showers along the lake shore areas. that went away farther south. not going to be much of a factor for us.
back in southern michigan and headed to the north east. and for the day tomorrow this unsettled area here. the story of the last seven days. this corridor of moisture that set up from the deep south straight north toward michigan- indiana line. that will continue to flow northward as far as the pipeline of moisture, the showers, the thunderstorms. anything that will help to move that east will come into pl through the day tomorrow and wunz we get into wednesday -- once we get into wednesday and thursday things will break down. an isolated rain chance in the morning for tomorrow. i don't think it's going to be a whole lot to talk about for the morning commute. cloudy skies the rule tomorrow but i think we'll see some sun peaks that will boost the temperatures to the mid 80s. scattered rain and thunderstorm that is bubble up during the heat of the day. that's right on through evening.
that's time of year. after school practices we could have some cancellations because of some lightning issues. the other thing to note is the wind. brisk tomorrow. out of the south west 15 to 20 miles per hour. that's something to keep an eye on. we'll continue to have heavy rain and thunderstorm chances into the evening and then things get sporadic and scattered overnight. let's talk about your window nation forecast. temperatures in the middle 80s for the most part tomorrow. scattered storm and rain chances will increase late ner the day. breezy -- later in the day. breezy conditions will continue. it's not something we have to raise the red flag on. as far as the lake southeast winds at 15 to 20 will be rocking.
wednesday we'll continue to have lingering rain and thunderstorm chances. we'll try to dry out thursday. friday looks dry for us but still humid. and this weekend big cold front comes in. that is going to be the cold front to watch. that's the bun that will bring us re-- that's the one that will bring us relief from the heat and humidity. now for access to the summer game schedule. nb we are jam packed with track and field with the men's triple jump plus men's water polo finals and spring board diving semifinals and that's your access to the summer game schedule brought to you by cleveland clinic. providing you with number one
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and now the window nation sports report. >> hi again everybody. a tough afternoon for the indians they lose to the red sox. this was a makeup game from back in april. 3-2 boston wins it. fourth inning no score. davis gives the indians a one run lead. and it's 1-0. ind yans in lead in the sixth -- indians in the lead in the sixth. hit his 27th home run of the year in his finale as a major league player. 2-1 red sox. it was 3-is many the -- 3-1 in the eighth. 3-2 in the ninth. two on and two out and a pop up and that ends it. the inyans -- indians lose.
the indians lead is still five in the center division. training camp the last day for the public to see practice and josh gordon was on the field. cleared to practice finally. he had a quad injury when he showed up. they believe he will not be ready to play thursday night when they play game two against the atlanta falcons but hue jackson and all are happy right now th gordon getting closer to play. >> it's different than what i was used to. the guys are really close for some reason and i think it's great. >> it was good to watch him move around and catch the ball and be involved with his teammates. he's done a great job and we're working our plan. >> all right now the top draft choice corey coleman bottled excitements was on the practice
sore hamstring and they don't know if they're going play him thursday night. but when he disease play it's going to be fun. they are being cautious. day ten of the rio game as banner night for the university of akron in the person of clayton murphy in the men's 800- meter final. he grabbed the bronze medal the first time the american haves grabbed a medal on the -- the americans on the men's side since 1992. we talked to him about the vibes he was getting from akron and all of ohio. >> the support's been great. i'm sure my phone is ringing off the hook right now. my family is super excited and i can't wait to get back to akron and dayton and madison and just see everybody and thank them. the last month has been amazing. i haven't got to see anybody in person yet.
>> well congratulations to him. now around his hometown they had a watch party tonight and this was what it was like when he was coming down the sxend grabbed that bronze med -- the end and grabbed that bronze medal. this is sean barber competing for team canada. he did not clear 18 and a half feet and he finished tenth in the event. sarah had a chance to talk with him after the event he was disapped not the marks i was looking for. but that's how it goes sometimes. all right 400-meter for the women. an amazing finish as allison felix was in the lead and then all of a sudden the other runner dives and allison takes silver in her event. in the individual side simone biles had a bad landing on the balance beam and was marked down.
laurie hernandez won the silver and biles will have a shot at gold tomorrow in the floor exercise. the medal count brought to you by university hospital the united
states well in control with 75 medals. thanks to sarah. and to run that back to cleveland from rio amazing stuff. >> amazing. >> gold medal for sarah. >> or an extra day off.
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here at copacabana beach. if you missed any of today's actions, these are the three things you need to know. rio day ten. let's go. >> here we go. >> this afternoon in gymnastics, simone biles fourth gold but did collect bronze on balce beam while her u.s. teammate laurie hernandez took silver. >> new jersey is up and roaring at the possibilities here for laurie hernandez. >> tonight at olympic stadium, david rudisha defended his gold.