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emotions boil over. political ideals turn violent. they are forced to cancel the rally in chicago. could they follow donald trump here to cleveland tomorrow? this is what it looked like in chicago tonight. protesters, they are flooding the streets before and after as they are overwhelmed on the rally to shut it down. >> this is what it looked like inside that arena at the university of illinois. the fights are breaking out. people are yelling. now the man who is prompting all of this is headed to
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and frank they already have rumblings on social media about protest at isn't the tomorrow. >> some people want to know how lively things will be in cleveland. people kicking and swinging, chicago police were never consulted by trump's campaign. that was in north carolina. well tonight in a phone interview, mr. trump said this about protesters. about what happened when they will mix with their supporters.
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but basically he's saying that his supporters have their first amendment eights violated about their support. that they told us that they will not share their specifics. that they are talking and that we found folks that are saying a -- saying that they are rallying. that they wrote that it will be a prequell to leave before we go back to you and that they just got a hold of the press release right here that there will be a protest of donald trump at the ix center. >> all right, we'll be covering that, frank. thank you. with tens of thousands of people coming to cleveland. it is a top priority as they continue our team coverage. >> and it means more security as officials have been working for months now to make sure that everyone is safe. as they have been created to focus on security on the ground in the water and in that air
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one of their main goals is making sure that they are not flying anywhere near their convention because they could have weapons that could also be very dangerous. you can put in that explosive device on the drone and of course with the drone that you'll have a camera. that you could fly your drone into the area. detonate the bomb on it. >> the other security plans will include the command center. that they will have those subcommittees set for the convention. lee? >> we will have complete coverage this weekend's presidential campaign stops. donald trump is at the ix center and that they will be here as well tomorrow. at the institutional baptist church. governor john kasich will be at the recreational center for the town hall at 1:00 p.m. the governor is in the buckeye state as he held a rally tonight.
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he's been trying to make the case that he has a proven record of bringing jobs back to america. the fox news poll will show them trailing trump in the state. kasich is in last place and more than 300 behind cruz. the democratic candidate bernie sanders is here as well. that it will be the only one of ohio's democratic representative to not endorse hillary clinton. thousands waited in line for hours to see the vermont protester. >> the 17-year-olds here in ohio will be allowed to vote in their primaries.
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campaign in the state swarming to vote as they would show them leaving sanders in both ohio and florida. >> there is new information tonight. the safety and health administration was combing through that last site today. >> they are trying to figure out what went wrong.
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you can see them out in force. the fire outside caused that liquid propane to boil inside triggering the blast. >> there was a fire around the tanks that were heating up the tanks. that is what causes the affects of the heating on what's inside there. >> and they are investigating to see if they were being met prior to the fire ball. when there is an explosion that there will be a grenade going off when they will get struck that they could be killed or seriously injured. that it could be much worse. and so was there a security and
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they fix the leaks? >> they conducted more than a do s&p interviews. and with them here at this site and that they believe that it will be an investigation that could take weeks perhaps months. lee? >> police in avon are asking for help to break up the pickpocketing scene. police say they are stealing
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both the outbreak and the crisis. because of historic flooding along the gulf coast. homes were surrounded. and that the rain doesn't seem to want to end there. >> the deadly flooding is happening for some of the southern states that will be seeing more rain from the system that will bring us the rain towards the end of the weekend. driving late in ashtabula to be extra careful. that it could be difficult to navigate through here that they will be much colder for us. i have a weekend warm up to
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guys? >> a heroing tale from a father trying to save his daughter from a dangerous situation. this story only on 5. earlier tonight on 20/20 you saw how hero win is destroying families across the country. now the impact being felt here in ohio. how the drug could be putting innocent drivers at risk. and mothers can save big money on those expensive diapers. we've got the details on the new program. why were three children under the age of 12 served alcohol at a popular restaurant? that's what one father wants to know tonight. his story is coming up. we want to hear from you if you see news happening. check your e-mail.
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tonight abc news gave us an in-depth look from the eyes of those hit hardest. families have been torn apart by the addiction, the overdoses and the deaths. this will be proof of the problem that it is what they
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charged with them on drugs. that they had in the last few weeks. >> it seems like they are purchasing the heroin and that the addiction is so bad that they could not wait to go and do it so they will do it right now in their car as soon as they purchase it. and not realizing how dangerous it is. it is so bad that some drivers wheel. and police say that one of the drivers admitted that they had not used heroin. there is something new for parents that their children may get caught up. that they can be kept private and that results are not sent to the police and they are kept off their medical records. that the idea is for parents to be proactive to get their kids the help that they will need.
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that they are wrong, or if they need help. >> that they have seen a big jump in their positive drug test including heroin. technology could change in the weight of the eye. that they are being trained to keep up with them. more commonly their secret compartments. >> usually it's an illegal sell or operation of drug couriers that hire their own mechanics. to put the hidden compartment >> the recent stats show that ohio has become a major drug trafficking spot with couriers driving on i-71 most often. when it comes to my kids, yeah, i'm there.
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she needed me and i went. just the results. >> he is a father who was simply defending his daughter. talking from his hospital bed tonight. >> he's been there for more than a week after he was allegedly run over by her boyfriend. chris flanagan talked to him exclusively tonight. >> yes, while that accused hit and run driver sits in jail, that father sits in a cleveland hospital. as he told me exclusively tonight he's lucky to be alive. >> the pain, it is unbearable sometimes. >> reporter: andrew griffin has two broken legs and a busted kneecap, but not a broke spirit. >> it is rebuilding the man, you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] if they could get me back on my feet, then i'm cool. >> reporter: griffin still can't shake the thought of nearly being killed. he says that his daughter got into a fight with her boyfriend while leaving the cleveland clinic when he got out of his car to help her. >> the next thing i know he stepped on the gas, he pins me up against the car.
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that, he kept his foot on the gas. he was actually trying to push the car and me out into traffic. >> reporter: griffin knows the driver, but not well. he said that they had no beef with each other and that he is fleured by what happened. >> i'm really not mad at him like that, but i'm mad at him. because all of this could have been avoided, you know, all you had to do was let her get into the car and let me take her home with me. >> reporter: he is getting by thanks to great care and some tlc. like this visit tonight from his grandson. >> i'm trying to keep my spirit up. because i let that go down and i'll go down. >> reporter: he has another surgery on the left leg planned for tomorrow morning that he hopes to walk again. some day soon and that accused hit and run driver again remains on jail tonight. danita? parents we know one of the most expensive thing about having the baby is the diapers. one out of three families have trouble affording them.
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program that would allow the low-income families to get diapers for 25% cheaper that they will start at the end of april and online retailers and non-profits are helping out. diapers are not covered by federal assistance programs. new developments tonight as u.s. house officials revise their travel warnings related to the zika virus that they are now saying it is okay for pregnant women to travel to mexico city. and the other destinations at the high elevations. they say that the type of the mosquito that spread their zika virus is rare above 6,500 feet. and a spring break season will begin and the ohio department of health will urge them to take special precautions to protect against mosquito bites in the destinations. more and more are opting for the double mastectomies. in hopes of living longer, but the new study, they do not support that. researchers found that the number of women that are getting both breasts removed tripled from 4% in 2002 to 13% in 2012.
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live years later was the same. as patients who chose less invasive treatment as researchers say that it adds to the idea that double mastectomy is mostly helpful for women who have a strong high risk or a known genetic mutation. >> we've heard this kind of story before, but you'll probably want to double check your kids' drinks the next time you go out to eat. >> yes, you will especially if they order root bear. a father and his three kids, went to an applebees in tennessee when they-- when they were served orders of not your father's root beer, an alcoholic drink. >> i immediately told my kids to stop drinking the alcoholic beverage. i brought it to her attention. she said no, no. it is root beer. i said no, it's not. >> the 9-year-old had stomach pains and went to the hospital. the waitress was suspended and workers at the restaurant will be retrained.
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charges were filed because no crime was committed. wow. can you imagine? i have to say though that there are a lot of alcohollish beverage -- alcoholic beverages out there. >> yes. these are tests. >> everything. right. everything. because you never know that it has happened before. >> it certainly has. >> just hopefully for those little ones. >> yeah. >> that's very scary. >> let's talk weather for you. this evening we looked at a beautiful sunset. and an even better weekend weather forecast for you. it is just cold out there. we have stars coming out as we expect them to cooperate for us as we progress on to the saturday forecast. many of us will feel the chill though. i'm thinking 33 for us in cleveland. and just the light northeast wind at 5 miles per hour so the
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34 for you downtown at bedford and 30 in parma with a few 20s. 32 in jefferson. 29 now currently in the south as you will be warmer. they lead 40 degrees. if you had a chance today to even see the 50s for the highs. a little further south mansfield at 36 for you. just below that freezing mark. it's right on top of us, allowing the cooler air to settle in. that means that the warmer air is returning, something we have
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sunshine for the start of your saturday. that they will change from the the lake down south that you the 50s. the chance for rainfall that many of us will see them pick up as you push on your sunday morning. south first for them as well and then they go in and out and any sunday plans that you'll need their rain gear while on saturday that you could enjoy being out with the family without an issue. and certainly in the house for sunday. and that it will be continuing into the forecast. and it is the day to enjoy before backing up the wet weather pattern. here is your overnight lows as well as your daytime highs for tomorrow. 63, while they are at 54 for the high.
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pushing back into the 60s for some of us south. your power of five seven-day forecast does warm up for your weekend. we'll be looking so much better for next weekend. lauren? the browns are saying good- bye to johnny manziel, but they still have to show him the money, plus plenty of college hoops action. i'll have the highlights next in sports.
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages
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ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. the browns signing free agency today lineman, the linebacker, but the big news coming out today, johnny
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cleveland brown. the only surprise to some that it did not happen sooner. they were presented to the ground jury on the field. he threw for nearly 17 yards and that they will need to clear their waivers as they will be a free agent. if he does clear the waivers that they will owe him more than $2 million in guaranteed money. he did release a statement their organization. where they could stand. player personnel. along with other members of the staff were focused on the up and coming players today. showing their athletic ability today by the cleveland native. jones injured his hamstring while running at the combine that he did not throw in front until today and that it was a packed house on their athletic
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they gave themselves the b plus telling espn a few things that they could have done better. >> i completed a couple of deep paths that i threw to them. >> that is all good. >> i had myself with that route and that we know how hard they have been working. >> they would take on michigan state in their big ten quarter finals. trying to avoid that three-game season sweep. starting strong in this one and the buckeyes, turn it over. bring them to denzel valentine. more from the spartans as they turn it over again. in transition as they will send it up to go up for that slam.
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and michigan state advancing to the semifinals of the big ten tournament. taking them on in the semifinal. as they will be playing strong throughout. pulling ahead of the later half of the game. they lay it in and up by six with the game high of 23 points off the bench with more of where that came from. and jackson with the three. the crowd is loving it.
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you can get the showers. and that it will not stop the party at all. all right, we will. tune in tomorrow for all the campaign visits for ohio that we'll see what happens. >> and that it will be the bull's eye. >> yes, we are.
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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