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news channel 5 at 6:00 is brought to you by mr. hero. live, always investigating, always on your side, news channel 5 starts now. sunday in northeast ohio. thank you for joining us. i am tracy carloss. biopower of five shows torrential rain and strong wins coming into the area. tera blake is watching it all unfold and how long will be storms last works >> reporter: we have ongoing severe thunderstorm warnings across several counties including wayne county where you will see the dark clouds and the rainfall. let's take a look at what you can expect as you make your way out. we are seeing some clearing and wayne county but i do expect showers and thunderstorms to be a major issue for several
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slow-moving thunderstorms. there we go. it is going to pop up. and some heavy rainfall and the darker ride and the purple. let's talk about the severe weather. currently -- the clicker does not want to work. severe weather. there we go. severe thunderstorm warning and cash in place for medina and there is an aerial flood advisory for ashland county because of 2 inches -- 2 inches reported. watch out for any flooding roads. make sure to find a different route and there is a severe thunderstorm warning until 6:30 pm. let's dive into the doppler network. the heaviest rainfall is moving to granger, bogata, stony hill, an increase as well and driving
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towards barberton and impacting driving on 277, so just trying to exit out of copley, but some very heavy rainfall over akron and firestone park. this is moving east and south so we will see a pickup for you in summit county. a little further south, we do have reports of messiah county of some penny sized hail. i think that we will see hail further south as well. we have both wave and home county under the severe thunderstorm warning for this is the heaviest. i hope that everybody inside dangerous on the driving roads for us in trail and walnut st further south and east for no severe weather further ease, canton, and an increase, but some heavy rainfall is trying to push out and away from west as well. so the timing for you, we can expect a potential for flooding rainfall through about 9:00 p.m. with the loss of the days heating, it will start to get better for us. we will take a look at the seven-day forecast and timeout the storms. some tense moments in a
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today. broke into his girlfriend's home and held her at knife point. it happened at an apartment building on east 117th street near st. clair avenue. police say that they tried to make contact with a man several times and officers entered the home and arrested the man without incident. the woman was not injured. charges pending against a man accused of killing a twinsburg woman after a car crash. police say 53-year-old the deborah pearl was shot several times near the scene of the accident. a 29-year-old man carrying a rifle was arrested in the area. investigators do not believe that the two knew each other. cleveland heights police expected to file charges against a person accused of shooting at cars with a bb gun. we told you about this last week about a number of car windows been shot out along
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that windows. smash while they were stopped at a bedmate. in chicago, major developments tonight in the murder of the cousin of nba star dwyane wade chicago police have arrested two people in the case and they are also talking about the growing violence in that city. eva pilgrim with the very latest. >> reporter: no holding back. >> we need to put them in jail and keep them there. >> reporter: the chicago police superintendent expressing frustration as he announces success. the rest cousin of nba's 2% dwyane wade >> she was not aware that her short life would stand as an example for what is a clear failure in the criminal justice system in chicago. >> reporter: the 32-year-old mother of four was pushing her newborn baby in a stroller, returning from registering her kids at school when gunfire rang out. aldrich, and is -- was caught in the crossfire. comp -- her death shining a spotlight on murders up a staggering 48%.
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>> chicago has recovered and illegal handgun every hour of the year of 2016. we recovered more guns than l.a and new york combined. >> reporter: the men charged in the murder, brothers, 26-year- old darwin and 22-year-old derren sorrells. police say the brothers target a man working as a driver in the area when they opened fire on him. the bullets hit aldrich. >> these two offenders are the prime example of the challenge that we face in >> reporter: the late family is holding a prayer vigil on the city's south side, gathering with friends and community members. >> you cannot have vengeance on anyone. you cannot hate anyone. it is not going to bring her back. , hoping that her death and the new arrest will turn a tragedy into a rallying cry and action. eva pilgrim, abc news, chicago.
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has been recovered about murder but police also say that there is video of the incident and the intended target has been 100% cooperative. happening right now, a unique effort to raise awareness about the da bound brook park road in cleveland. in addition to hundreds of cars on display, resources are available for recovering addicts. the organizer of the event lost her son to heroin and now she wants to help other families from losing their loved ones from drugs. the 29th i lost my son, rusty james barker, and everyone knew him as our day, to a hearing in overdose. he is a little bit grounded. we are working to educate the community and create change so that we can get more resources to get the people to help them meet -- the help that they need. >> the event runs until 8:00 and the money goes to benefit the julie adams house which is a nonprofit that helps women struggling with addiction.
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drink and buy. with more alcohol in it. it is part of a new state law going into effect this week kristin volk is it digging into that. eliminates the cap on how much alcohol a beer can have in ed. >> reporter: issuer does. of the intent of this law is to help out the growing craft beer industry around the state. it is also expected to be significant for retailers, especially all on ohio's borders. on wednesday the 12% alcohol by volume or abb limit on beer will be gone. that means that ohio brewers will be able to make beer with higher alcohol and stores it will be able to sell it. supporters of the bill have long argued that the 12% cap constricted it brewers and their ability to be creative in producing aircraft. they also said that the old law forest crafted beer buyers to go outside the state to purchase their craft beer. now they will look for those
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the new law will bring more jobs. high alcohol beer will be required to be labeled as such and the law also allow cities and townships to create so- called open container districts otherwise known as open drinking layer those areas. kristin volk, news channel 5. still ahead, a new twisted to donald trump's immigration policy. the g.o.p presidential nominee has planned for people who came to america illegally. start to be air world record for a charity and a pool party. dozens of pets and their owners celebrate the doctors of summer. you are watching news channel 5 at 6:00.
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house, donald trump's position for -- it receives criticism after the business mogul hinted at softening his policies. during a fundraiser, his stance was anything but soft. kim hutcherson with the latest from the campaign trail. >> the first thing i'm going to do, the first piece of paper that i'm going to sign is we are going to get rid of these people, day one. >> reporter: donald trump returned to a common theme in his campaign on saturday as he had lied an annual fundraiser in des moines iowa. this time it came with a twist. >> on day one, i am going to begin swiftly removing
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republican presidential nominee also promised to introduce a monitoring system to ensure that no one overstayed their visas. and it would immediately deport any undocumented immigrants with criminal records in the usa. >> including removing the hundreds and thousands of criminal illegal immigrants that have been released under the incompetence clinton administration. >> reporter: of the speech comes a week after he said that there could be a softening of his immigration policies.'s running mate, however, said that was never the case. >> let's be very clear. nothing has changed about donald trump position on dealing with illegal immigration. we are going to secure the border, build a wall, have a physical barrier and enforceable laws of this country. >> reporter: kim hutcherson reporting. trapped by a tree.
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a severe thunderstorm warnings for us ongoing in several counties, including the very western section of summit -- official 2 inches to 4 in./h of rainfall going towards akron and north akron. we will time it out coming up
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time trying to break a world record. it is happening at the parking lot at a hard rock casino. the event is part of the day long fundraiser event for the north coast community homes. the organization develops and maintains homes for people with disabilities in northeast ohio. in case you are wondering, the
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ago in the philippines. parts of southern ohio are cleaning up today after severe storms roll through the area last night. strong winds and heavy rains brought downed power lines entries. including this one. that fell on top of a woman's car, trapping her inside she was going out to get ready for her birthday party when she heard what she thought was a clap of thunder. >> it ended up being, as you can see behind me, the tree. and i immediately -- i had to slam him a break so i was only going 3 miles an hour and it crashed down on me and i am jolted a bit but i honestly did not have a clue what had happened to me at that point. >> fortunately the woman was able to get out of the passenger side door with the help of a firefighter. those storms rolled through portions of the viewing area last night and they are fighting up again now. >> someone else with a similar system -- this one is an actual front but we have got a lot of
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it, flooding concerns as well as wind damage and even hail being reported. let's take a look outside, for us in cleveland. cleveland is missing the bulk of the activity. a beautiful shot, not so nice elsewhere. we can take a look at the power five doppler network 70s and 80s and a lot of 90s this afternoon. you can notice on a lot of those thunderstorm warnings have now been allowed to expire they were in place until 6:30 am, expiring early because they are losing their severe criteria which is 60 miles per hour plus as well as 1 inch hail so that is good news. we have lost to some of that power for some of us further south but you will notice the teal colors, still flood advisories. those advisories are for 2 inches of rainfall that are leading to flooding roads and that is over ashland county as well as medina, northern wayne, as well into summit you have ongoing extremely heavy rainfall. picking up on the radar, as much as 2 inches to 4 in./h. this is not sitting over you for one hour by 2 inches in a
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down towards coventry akron, you are seeing an increase in this activity so it is moving east and a little bit further south. some of this is moving to the north and some of it is moving to the south so they are shifting along that they are slow-moving and causing made -- major issues. the heavy rainfall is shifting east but i think that sugar creek is going to see a picking up for a brief further south. 77 will be problematic for driving. staying indoors with the storms firing up all over northeast ohio is really what you and the family need to be doing. to the north, cleveland, and even ashtabula, looking at much better condition than everyone else. sandy towards carrollton, heavy rainfall, and west, lighter, but to the north, it is much, much better. a grand picture, that front is leading to additional rounds of
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thunderstorms through about 90 5 pm. you will see it on the map and i'm going to time it out. it gets weaker as it shifts south, about 7:00. you can see some of the activity showing up on the map. i will say that i think this model is a little bit slow. the storms have picked up a little bit and pushed further south and they are impacting canton or getting close to it but noticing that southern location for heavy rain to the north. and that is cloud cover. in carroll county, you can see that at about 8:00 and then everything dies out and shifts away from home. we now turn m further south, medina county, you are talking stark county, carroll county, even coshocton county could see the potential of some flooding rainfall until we wait for this to move out. a little bit of a push of light rain with the actual front of the overnight hours. the bigger numbers are
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some of us further south are getting to see the numbers add about 1 inch expected in carroll county. if you are worried about the school day for monday, starting in the 70s, highs in the 80s and less humidity. the rainy weather goes away which is great news for the drive -- back at home against the twins monday and if you're going to the ballpark, 7:10 pm, mostly sunny. power of 5 seven-day forecast, really taking out of that wet weather. next chance is wednesday ended a small with a lot of sunshine to go and less humidity. certainly better baseball weather. because that was not good. we are glad that is over, the indians went to back at 5 and the tribe high power offense sputtered in oakland and texas and in six of the seven games the indians scored a 1 run or less which is not good. here's how it went down in texas. looking to return to form, coming back deal, get six runs in four innings. bottom three, run at first, on the second and he got him. or did he?
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and a closer look and he says, we need to challenge this. the rangers challenge the call and would you know that it is safe at second the inning continues. the next pitch, he and desmond doshi shoots one to write and the fighting or frenkel has find the come here -- a man on second, base on to center, here comes adrian beltre a. he is going to score and it is 2-0 texas the top five, indians trying, josi ramirez puts a charge into one deep to live. carlos gomez tracking up against the fence and he makes a heck of a catch. the gold glover, taking extra bases away. and the starter. his reaction is says thank you very much. thank you for helping me out the top six, 2-0, he is on first and he takes off, still second, and the indians lead the al and stolen bases but in the inning, two out and he
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out the indians then, youngsters a little stressed out. bases loaded and on a 2-0 pitch, don't swing. this is to center and it is not get it done. indians lead 2-one a, final score, texas takes three out of four from cleveland. the tigers lost so the indians al central. it is open up a 10 game homestand tomorrow beginning with the twins. cleveland is 5 and eight back against minnesota. they are losing record against the opponent. the look at the record. 49-81. we have got to sweep minnesota. the little league championship game, the kids taking on new york -- that is near binghamton. bottom four, a blooper to left and he gets down to one run scores 1-0 usa. later in the inning, 1-0, the kid from new york, a wild pitch. and that will bring in another run. 2-0 new york. bottom of the six, game time,
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to end the game, a complete- game gem and this is -- it ends well for the kids from end welder you are. undefeated season, new york of the first you esteem to win back the little league world series since 2011.
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a pool party has gone to the dogs. does of the puppy taking part in the 12th annual dog paddle and -- in hinckley township. it featured nature walks and demonstrations. the their pets. the money raised benefits the medina county spca and the cleveland apl. pokimon go players received a major award today. the famous christmas story house in tremont posted a pokimon go party. of the winning team received a polka man jim badge. the christmas story house is a popular place for all of the action. it is both a pokimon go
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severe thunderstorm warning in place are from summit until 7 pm torrential rainfall, strong damaging wind.
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welcome to "world news tonight." outrage in chicago. two brothers charged with gunning down the cousin of an nba superstar. one just released from jail, still wearing an ankle monitoring bracelet. tonight, the emotional plea from the city's top cop. >> when will enough be enough? a pair of united airline pilots arrested just moments before takeoff. accused of being too drunk to fly. plus, investigators on the scene of that emergency landing for a southwest flight. a piece of the engine ripped right off. the charter bus crash that left a fire chief dead. the mangled wreckage. and now, the shocking discovery about who was behind the wheel of that bus. the desperate call to 911. and the frustrated dispatcher on the other end. >> what did he look like?

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