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. the pool where these kids were found is raising a major red flag. chris at that live from the sheriff's department. kristin, one child is dead? reporter: that's right. one child dead and she has been identified as anny anyone of wellington. the sheriff's department is investigating the case and where this all happened is also a day care. >> how long were they in the pool? >> i'm not sure. >> both of them are not breathing? >> both of them are not breathing. >> are they out of the water?
>> young kids get in anything at any time. you have to be extra cautious with a pool. >> the sheriff's department says this pool is four feet deep. whether the gate to it was latched is unclear. we tried to talk to the homeowners here today but no one answered. when we called, we got this voice mail. >> please leave a message after the tone and we'll get back to you soon. thank you. not only was it mail for a house hold but also a voice mailbox for busy kids day care. here's what the agency said in a statement today. day cares with a limited number of children attending don't
is six. there were at least two other kids at the house. >> part of the investigation is license issue and nonlicense of day cares and the rules and laws that surround both aspects. >> no charges have been filed. they will inspect the home turned day care where the drowning happened. live, news 5. . >> now a news channel 5 exclusive. he's charged with the murder of two women and connected to the death of two more. >> >> that is until he sent megan two letters from his sell. megan, what has happened?
county prosecutors. for the first time he mentioned his five victims. the bizarre motive blaming government assistance for taking the women's mind before he killed them. the special prosecutor e-mailed me and said i could provide the letters if i want to. i had a legal expert address the response and take a look at the know, potential responsibility for five victims. again, i think that's information that the prosecution already has and heard from him but it's another source of that information, a written document. >> what could evidence like this mean for the case? i'm working on a full story for tonight at 11.
only six days into the month of october and already the medical examiner's office said there's been 14 deaths related to opiod overdoses. all of overdoses were a result of heroine or a combination of the three. that number ties the record for the highest number of overdose deaths for a single month. a record previously set by 23 of those deaths were residents in the city of cleveland, the other 29 were suburban residents. new tonight, 31 people in custody after targeting a local gang. police say the group was behind a cell of heroine and cocaine around the area and a home and four cars were seized in addition to drugs, cash and
are looking for. the victim rolled from tower city to west 25th last week when he noticed he was being followed. he tried to lose them. when they found him, they attacked. if you recognize these men, you are asked to call police. if you you're asked to call police. >> excitement in the air because we're just about two hours away from the first pitch of tonight's game between the tribe and the red sox in progressive field. let's call it a win. >> they might bring home the first win and they can do it tonight. a lot of luck when it comes to home games. >> we are live at progressive field.
pitch just after 8:00 and these are the two highest scoring teams in american league. 11 walk offs. most of the majors including this one inside the park home run and just like that night in august, this place will be rocking tonight. davis advantage. we're looking forward to starting this series at home. >> when we play good and when we don't for whatever reason, i think it's easier to use your bull pen at home. that doesn't account for the runs. >> for whatever reason it's home cooking and good luck and the fans. they've got home field
going to be waving these tonight. the rally together red towel. i love it. let's get it going. >all right mark, will the weather cooperate? >> we got 73 degrees downtown cleveland. this is comfortable weather, warm weather and we're going to stay warm hours. 78 in akron. now as for rain, no rain tonight. there's your weather head line. enough said, right. let's get you to it. low 70s at 8 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 72 and 11 here at 67. you don't get much better weather for october baseball in greater cleveland and your evening notice 70s, near 70 by 10:00 p.m.
maybe short sleeves and shorts out to the ball yard tonight. let's go tribe. >> new tonight it's a growing fight between city government and the school board over a plot of land. it's an area that's been the center of a disagreement for years now and residents are starting to get fed up. they say they're just getting the run around tonight. >> oh, yeah, rob. attention is over this plot land right here. now the school board and city want to sell it. neighbors are concerned about a possible zoning change and right now, this is a residential neighborhood. a zoning change could mean it could turn into a commercial or multifamily neighborhood which they don't want. beth rose rather along with many residents are concerned what was young a quiet cozy community may soon be something
the major group wanted to build a 65 unit apartment complex with 130 parking spaces. the sell fell through. >> to put something in here as a great big parking lot and what you've been seeing. it changes the feel of the neighborhood. >as you can see the forsell sign still stands. the neighbors want to property donated or sold at a discounted rate. i spoke with th and she tells me that's not going to happen. live, news 5. . >> all new tonight. we ask questions about what we have uncovered. >> and we're following breaking news. a catastrophic hurricane headed towards florida. what we just learned about the
. the superintendent and treasurer came on board after leaving deficit. >> what's going on with the money? what did you overspend it on? >> it just appears money was spent on programs. why they're showing up wanting raises along with new technology for students when it didn't have it. >> there was no money misspent. >> city schools said the
it took in each fiscal year from 2014 to 2016. his response. >> what's your credibility? >> now trying to ease the turmoil and short of a 15 million short ball a deficit he says came out of nowhere. >> i'm not sure if being watched. i don't know. no doubt major changes are coming. >> once you cut schools like that, they're not as good as they use to be. >> he said there's no comment until after the november
impact anything. it goes from 15-$19 million. former treasurer did not return our calls. the next school board meeting set for monday at 5:30. >> breaking news about hurricane matthew. right now, three states in the storm's path are preparing for the worst as leaders urge millions of people to head to safer ground. >> category 4 hurricane now heading right for florida crisis. >> the devastation is brutal. as matthew targeting the u.s., states of emergency have been declared. 8 million florida residents are bracing for impact boarding up their homes and trying to flee on the highways airlines have canceled thousands of flights heading in or out of airports in the path of the storm and further inland, walt disney
universal and sea world. governor scott issued a warning saying the storm will kill you. matthew took aim at the bahamas today where storm surges as high as 15 feet were expected the devastation from haiti is immense with 125-mile an hour winds it's a story only beginning as the hurricane moves closer to the u. s. guys. >> all right. keeping an eye on the hurricane
>> take a look at what the eye is doing here? the eye wall moving up toward free port. watch what happens. it takes a jog west closer to florida. the eye itself is going to miss florida. >> the eye is going to head toward cocoa beach and hollywood. here you go. this is about 11:00 tonight. midnight category 4 and then movingst up near melborne around 2:00 a.m. and daytona to jacksonville. notice this track does not
hurricane force winds will batter the barrier islands along the east coast of florida and inland good 10, 15, 20 miles as well. akron dry weather. 78akron. we've got winds autoof the south at 7 miles per hour. very pleasant evening. humidity low at 52%. great weather to get out and enjoy a tribe play off game. no rain today. we hit 81 degrees. we should be able to hit 80 again tomorrow, folks. no change in the air mass.
cold front marches in. it drives in friday night and saturday and brings in rain showers mainly after midnight from 6:00 to 7:00 inspect morning. what's left? cooler air. 58, cooler skies and comfortable weather. let's do it again. let's do 80. sunshine and summer-like. 80 tomorrow and showers again. one or two showers around during the second half of the football games. better chance of showers coming our way after midnight into early saturday morning. early showers saturday drying out and 62. it's going to be breezy and sunny around sunday. good weather, low 60s. dry weather. dress for football. looking good.
. game one coming up in less than two hours, we go to the ball this game sold out in less than 15 minutes and these fans loving it. you look at tonight's starters and he started in the bull pen and here he is starting game one. of course, it's because decimated injuries. he's earned that spot. as for the indian's chances, no one's picking him to win and move on. earlier, i caught up with the ml b analyst and former
how can they win this series? >> trevor is going to have to set the tone tonight. he's going to have to come out. if you want to fiddle with four or five pitches and not show the command of two or three inflict be a long short nigh i think the indians have to win both games at home. i think if there's a split here then unfortunately, i had to edict the red sox win the boston. >> hey, why not. at this point, the indians have
11 walk off wins. if you take a look at what they've done offensively, they've scored 130 more runs here than the roads. this team loves playing at home. look for a situation where they're off the bench and pinch hitter, he's off the roster and needs to carry three catchers in the first round. we'll send it back to you. >> thank you very much. where will the offense come? it's with the bull pen. let's talk about more boston. sunday to town, what are the browns thinking? >> sometimes i look at playing too much and could have tucked it in and got three or four more yards. i was looking for a big play. sometimes you learn from those mistakes and try to do
tonight, breaking news. bracing for a monster storm. hurricane matthew, now growing in strength to a category 4. ready to strike the east
coast. millions of americans warned to leave before it's too late. >> if you need to evacuate and you haven't, evacuate. the storm will kill you. >> what could be theig mass evacuation ever across several states tonight. powerful bands lashing florida right now, and what's coming this evening. millions warned they could lose power. already more than 100 dead in matthew's wake, rooftops ripped off. tonight, we're tracking the storm hour by hour. our team of meteorologists and reporters right here in the storm zone. a special edition of "world news