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news channel 5 at six is brought to you by mr. hero. live, always investigating, always on your side, news channel 5 starts now. >> i saw the fire coming out of the windows, on the porch. it was blazing. >> a duplex goes up in flames and one resident did not make it out alive. we are learning that that fire may have been set on purpose. hello, everybody. thank you for joining us. i am tracy carloss environment -- officials are investigating it as an arson. kristin volk is digging into what happened. you have learned that the two dogs died in that plays.
that is what the neighbors tell us and we did some digging to find out that a resident here was arrested yesterday. meanwhile this duplex remains unlivable. let's take a look. we have got charred remnants, on the porch, scorch marks up and down the building and burned-out furniture over on the curb. >> my reaction was i wonder you know? i could not figure out why would be 4:30 am in the morning. >> reporter: he woke up to the smell of smoke and the crackle of fire early yesterday morning for this duplex was engulfed in flames. he says that one man either jumped out of the top window. inside it was 46-year-old frank solomon who according to the medical examiners offers -- officer died. he lived here along with elizabeth scott in these court documents show that he was arrested and charged yesterday with aggravated murder it is
-- suffered from mental health issues. and the past years, court records say that she has been found guilty of disorderly conduct three times per second says that scott was arrested on the scene yesterday. >> she had gotten out of the house. she took off down to the corner. >> reporter: neighbors tell us there was another fire at this duplex 31 years ago, killing a young boy appeared on the porch i want to show you that someone left two stuffed animals and right below in the bushes, there is another one right over here with a height that reads that you in cleveland, and i'm kristin volk, news channel 5. thank you. a couple is dead and police say that the boyfriend is to blame police told us that a man and woman were shot and killed last night while leaving a home on 17th street northeast officers tracked down the accused gunman at his home in jackson township he was taken to the hospital after he allegedly tried to kill himself, and charges are pending. a busy weekend for police. officers are investigating a
in less than 24 hours and what is deadly. a man in his 20s was shot and killed late friday night near east 90th street police found a handgun at the scene up want to the victim. no arrests have been made in any of the shootings. new details are emerging about a deadly standoff in brook park. a man barricaded himself inside a home four hours last night after allegedly shooting an again man took his life news channel 5 meg shaw spoke to the neighbors today who are still in shock. >> reporter: a quiet street in brook park was upside down on saturday night. a shooting suspect being identified by neighbors as 37- year-old carl atkins, now dead after a six hour standoff with police. nicole renshaw home at the time of the shooting tells me that her 17-year-old son was outside playing basketball, just across the street. >> my son was right there, talking for -- >> reporter: in a matter of
dial 911. he shot the man. >> reporter: the victim, a family friend, shot in the head and moments after police are the atkins went into his home and he would not come out. six hours later police said a robot into the home. atkins was found dead in they say he shot himself. several people that i talked to said that they are shot and they -- they are shocked and they thought nothing like this could happen in your neighborhood. >> i was surprised. i was scared. >> out here like that. >> reporter: both are calling the incident tragic. >> good old-fashioned -- just have a regular argument and get it over and done with. there is so much killing, killing, killing, killing, and it is like why? >> living that close to somebody and knowing him and
shaw, news channel 5. >> we are told that the man who was taken to the metrohealth medical center -- no word on his condition. a water main break has closed a busy road and -- the cedar road shut down between lander roof drive and brainerd road. nearby homes and businesses are experiencing low water pressure. no word yet on when that road will reopen. a picture-perfect late- summer day today. are we tomorrow? it starts out on the iraqi side. i'm going to detail the next rain chance in just minutes but the low hanging beautiful clouds that are dark could spell rainfall for us. at this point, it is over the lake. it is expected to shift east an impact as on the east side, especially as we await a cold front that will sweep in some overnight light rain chances.
going to continue to keep the cooler air in place. if you like those better temperatures today, and lower humidity, you'll certainly like the start of the week as well. 79, 74 coshocton, 74 in the -- it is august and we are talking 73 more that afternoon and evening temperature right now in ashtabula. the dew points our way down. it makes being continue that trend, grilling tonight, in the 70s, remember that rain is on the east side and especially north, a little breezy for a so keep that in mind when you are grilling. we will time out to the rainfall and talk amounts when we are coming up donald trump making a new page to minority voters.'s latest efforts may have backfired back to school shopping breaking your budget? why you should track some of those things off of your last. coming clean, what ryan lochte is saying about that supposedly operating in rio. you are watching news channel 5 at 6:00 and we will be right
and now for the race to the white house. is donald trump showing a new site to the campaign or more of the same? republican nominee is unveiling a new appeal to minority voters. mary bruce
has the very latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: as far as the donald trump campaign says, this has been the best week ever. >> i want a totally inclusive country and i want to as inclusive -- an inclusive party. >> reporter: he is working on this page to minority voters
american community is in an area where the republican party must do better at it will do better. >> reporter: despite that admission and a meeting with his new hispanic advisory board, the week has not been entirely smooth for the campaign. from protest to outrage over this comment >> why lose what you are living in poverty schools are no good. you have no jobs. >> many in the african-american -- most african-americans do not live in poverty and donald trump was making those comments in communities -- that are more than 90% white. >> those comments are for all americans -- i am white i was very moved by his comment. in other words, he is trying to tell americans that we can do better -- >> reporter: the new campaign manager hit the sunday talk shows after a staffing shakeup which included the resignation of campaign chairman paul manafort over his time at the pro-russian ukrainian leaders.
is pouncing on. >> he has been pushed out but that does not mean that them -- the russians have been pushed out of the campaign for the head of the kremlin has been at work in the campaign for some time and it is clear that they are supporting donald trump >> reporter: mary bruce, abc news, los angeles. donald trump is scheduled to make a campaign stop in akron tomorrow night and the rally will kickoff to -- at 75 on the university of akron campus. we checked and the tickets are still available. there is a link to reserve some seeds per on our newsnet5 coming up, more fallout from the severe flooding in the south the crops are underwater and that could cost you more at
because you may have bought too much already per consumer reporter john matarese shows us not to buy for back to school so you don't waste your money. >> reporter: it is back-to- school season and we have a first grader and a first-year med student chances are that you are shopping for them but if you have a college-bound student you might want to know about some things not to send to campus with average are you thinking of buying a college student and ironing board? chances are he will use it as a clothes hanger and not for ironing for dealnews lists several items that you may not want to ship to a college student. a printer. you will pay hundreds of dollars for ink cartridges so that other students can use the printer. colleges provide cheap printing. expensive bedsheets. they will never get changed and they will have food stains on them in a week. and are and will be used only to cook grilled cheese sandwiches if at all and a high- end laptop, $500 laptop is fine. expensive laptops end up stolen or dropped. from the file, some things not to budget for younger kids.
pay a few cents more. a tablet in place of a laptop handing in a term paper on a tablet, your child may say doesn't that sting? a laptop will do pretty much everything a tablet will do and it will be easier bottom line, many things that a college student will not last more than a couple years and college life takes its toll on everything so keep it simple. i am john matarese, news channel 5. severe flooding in the south has killed 13 people and destroyed nearly 40,000 homes and now there is concern that the record rainfall has ruined the nation's rights crowd. the race sales in louisiana and arkansas are underwater. some farmers fear that they will not be able to collect the harvest this year and news pushed rice set this up to a
when we see the rain coming down, you do not necessarily all -- always big of the repercussions coming down the road at many different levels. >> now we know. we are going to be praying -- paying the price but they are paying much worse than we will with the second round of extreme rainfall and leading to so many problems. we are going to have to rebuild again, almost as if it was country. our forecasted northeast ohio looking quite beautiful. we really turn things around if you are sick of the heat and humidity. cooler temperatures, sergeant, lower hu some rain chances. right now, 79 for us in cleveland, and the dew point is that 55, very low, western wind, 17 miles per hour, keeping the air blowing about so if you are in town for the game this afternoon, 79 in cleveland, 74 in coshocton annual notice cooler in ashtabula, 73, 75 ashley 73 and
watching some rainfall. we still have some concerns around the lake and there is still the hive beach hazard as well as small craft advisory, highlighted pink and that goes through the overnight hours into early tomorrow. stay we from the water. of the winds are too strong and the waves are too big certainly not a good idea because we now have -- we have the potential for showers to be causing problems a but slow moving but it is gaining. as we await the rainfall to the north. this rain is coming off of another front, our second cold front, well away from home. the second front is going to usher in cooler air again. and then it allows for high pressure to also move in and take over through the bulk of your week. that cooler high pressure will also shift our winds and that
feelings and fall. you are already thinking pumpkins. what are the kids going to be for hollowing. we are not there. the rainfall for this evening, if you have plans will be very light and a lot of us on the east side have a -- a better chance of getting wet. additional chances if you moved throughout the morning, more so drizzle but it quickly clears out and allows the hours. a better timing for you. there is the rainfall, 9:00, 11:00 if you are joining us on news channel 5. we are going to show you where that rain is an small chances for the drizzle, early in the morning, and then it starts to taper off by the afternoon. we will start to see the beautiful sunshine for the monday forecast at highs only expected to be in the lower 70s. rainfall is rather light from this, really slow moving and maybe over .25 inches but if tomorrow is the first day of school, the drizzly start is not good news. will be in the 50s, 60s, high in the 70s and sunshine marching home but if you are not in school, maybe cedar point tomorrow.
hour by hour, will see the rain chance on the east side, the seven-day forecast, rain chances, no thunderstorms until thursday and next weekend a little warmer. time now for sports. they continue to fight back on this identity is pretty clear. they never look like they are out of a game. they are in the top state of the du and today the fighting -- they come back to would like a game for the third time in four days. did you know that he caught seven though she once 817 popsicles for the top three -- they are facing josh donaldson with two outs in the second, and donaldson doshi not -- it scores a run and the blue jays take a 2-0 lee -- and he keeps of the indies in check until -- francisco delivers and here is carlos santana. it is a 1 run game. controversy in the seven, 2-1 blue jays, bases-loaded,
up, signaling that time is out. the third-base umpire is not aware and he calls a bath. hold on a second but you cannot call a block. he says what are we doing? get on the same page. he has his hand up and he walks to the left part of the screen. he calls it but -- that time was out the blue jays manager john gibbons is not happy but the writer goes back to third and the very next page is strike three looking. what a sequence that was. that sequence coming up is even better. bottom eight, josi ramirez up with two outs and a man on, and exquisite situational hitter. the 10th homer of the season. the indians take the lead and check out the reaction of trevor bauer. high fives all around. cody alan on to close it out, two on, two outs, russell martin, lines out to end the game. cleveland keeps believing and he does come back to beat the
and was like -- it happened so fast. we won two out of three and i think we had to leave before 10 minutes for the whole weekend. >> [ laughter ] >> i guess that is okay. >> i am never playing the playoffs but if this is what the plans feels like -- the opportunity to play every single year because it was pretty fine. all three games this weekend decided by one run, indians leading the tigers by seven gas the best record in the american league and tomorrow the indian start a road trip that begins in oakland and have that four games against the texas rangers and nba title and a gold medal in the same year, partly urban completed the best number of his life. the men's basketball team defeated serbia to win goldberg he is the fourth player in history to win and nba title -- joining lebron james, michael
gold 14 usa on the final day of the summer olympics and more fallout. the u.s. rumors involved in an incident that sparked international outrage for jim ryan is in rio with the latest results. history and the boxing ring in rio, she slugged her way to a unanimous victory in the gold middleweight she is the defending olympic champion. she brought her london medal with her to the podium and for good reason. shields is the first amended boxer to win back-to-back golds and the only rest boxer to finish first in rio. usa wrestling claims another gold. kyle snyder earning his spot at the top podium in a match against -- becoming america's
the reigning world champion that just finished his sophomore year at ohio state. the rio aims come to an end and ryan lochte spoke on camera about what we know is a fabricated version of an armed robbery at
a rio attestation, telling nbc -- i over exaggerated that story and i've never had done that -- we would not have been in this mess. >> reporter: an apology may not be enough. officials promise further action when they return from and they really let down our hosts in rio permanent jim graham, bbc news, rio de
a look at the seven-day forecast, tonight the 70s, a chance in store for monday morning but look at the high, 74. low humidity until thursday. you can enjoy it. >> it is perfect weather. >> it is. >> don't forget that it is the spotlight tonight. tweet us or facebook as back-to- school pictures and -- 11:00, with their smiling faces. thank you, everybody, for watching. we will see you tonight and
welcome to "world news tonight." olympic swimmer ryan lochte changing his story. admitting he was drunk when he said he was robbed at gunpoint in rio. >> i was still intoxicated. >> tonight, lochte's public apology. admitting he overexaggerated his story. but says he still wasn't lying. politics of race. donald trump's new mission -- so why are some african-americans calling his outreach offensive? path of destruction. >> tornado on the ground! >> tornadoes tearing across parts of the midwest. damaging homes, flipping cars. new flash floods leaving neighborhoods under water. wedding massacre. new developments in that deadly terror attack overseas. the suicide bomber, as young as 12 years old. and, race against time. the frantic search for a