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of a change. i've got the latest in the forecast. >> plus our weekly rising series continues with the story of a ohio state student whose walk along the train tracks changed his life forever. now he's on a mission to help other trauma victims. being with us. jimmy is off tonight. we begin with the politics of in cuyahoga county. >> manslaughter running for -- republicans running for president. it's a town hall on fox news.
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uses reverse profiling in his push for african americans to vote clinton. >> i heard i want all black people to vote for hillary clinton. >> trump has a one point lead in the latest ohio polling. among the topics, talking about the 40-year-old man in tulsa. protests in oklahoma today. terrance crutchers car stalled in the middle of the road. pressure on authorities to charge the officers to the cities west side. a week after deconstruction began. it was taken apart piece by piece over the last few days. it all heads to a chicago museum where it will be fully reconstructed. >> do you use one of those fitness trackers? a wristwatch maybe? a new study shows it does not inspire more weight loss. study found a sample of 400
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the others not. there was no difference between those two. we want to take yaw to summit county -- take you to summit county. >> reporter: i'm in new london this eve thing. just 16 miles north of ashland. investigators are continuing to sift through this garage after bones were discovered over the weekend. s police chief here doesn't believe that they are connected in think way to sean but it did cross their mind so they looked into it. and police around this area are saying they wouldn't be surprised if he had more victims. >> we have to prove it isn't someone that has been missing for 30 years. >> reporter: gail lives down the street from the garage where nearly 80 bones were found. >> with everything that is going on in ashland and norwalk and then we find the bones in new london.
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does not expect sean grate had anything to do with his recent discory. he also ruled out a connection with these six women that disappeared between may of 2014 to june of 2015. patti atkins name resurfaced. but mansfield police reopened rebecca lacy's case. family reported her missing in february of 2015. a month later police found her body in >> our questions at that time were obviously that she didn't get there on her own. >> reporter: and as other agencies like new london steps further into what they found, they gain a sense of relief. >> i would be shocked if anything like that happened in new london. >> reporter: the bones appear to be more than 30 years old and appear to belong to a woman. they are not sure if it's one woman or two women and that is something they are looking
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chiropractor's office. so that could offer an explanation to what the bones are doing in this garage. they are looking into that and to make sure that 100% that these bones don't belong to a missing person. reporting in new london melissa raymond channel 3 news. >> that is huron county. now to summit county. the man shot and killed has been identified as 61-year-old phillip hasan. police responded to th slammed another man's arm in a car door. when officers approached, he reached for an assault rifle. the akron officer who pulled the trigger is on administrative leave. the cuyahoga county prosecutors office indicted two cleveland men for the murder of a 17-year-old. they were indicted on 14 charges including murder, kidnapping and robbery. officials say he ordered newell to kill the 17-year-old girl
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robbed a bank in north field village back in august. she was later found shot to death. cleanup is under way in a fire department after a weekend break in there. tonight still no suspects. they wrote profane messages all over this fire equipment before arpaneting on beds and carpet and 14 pieces of gear. one trustee tells channel 3, this is just the latest blow for the fire station. last month the causing major changes in how the fire district operates. >> this is criminal and disgusting. and the people, the person or persons that did this belong behind bars. >> investigators say they are doing interviews to catch those vandals but nothing as of yet. get ready to roll. there is a bike sharing program that launches tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. sharp. 30 bike stations will pop up
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those stations will house more than 200 red bikes. it's a pay as you go system. a 30 minute bike ride costs you $2.50. you can find out more if this peeks your interest over at uh bikes.com. coming up at 7:00, harry botters on screen house is up for sale. why the property is on the market and how much you might have to fork over to get it. >> plus inspiring others. he lost both accident near ohio state. now you will see how the local man is on a mission to help others coping with tragedy. that and betsy's forecast when
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power tools as competition. remember back in the 90s tim allen made a zit come about just that and it can bring out the competitive juices. the great reporter boyd hooper has the story from the twin cities. >> ready? go. >> when time comes for summer celebration, cold springs leaves >> but the go and get up in hometown pride days was still not up to brian's speed. >> i'm a power tool kind of guy. >> the power tool kind of guy behind this. >> put the horse on there. >> look under the pink pony.
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>> down on the bottom. >> i have chuck norris themed. the best of trash. >> the first time i saw a belt founder, i looked at that thing and i turned it on and i watched that belt go around and around and i thought what would happen if he turned it on and just set it down? >> what would happen? >> this. >> one click on the internet. and brian he wasn't the first person to think of this. in fact, he modeled his track after a belt sander drag strip
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64 feet. and a cloud of sawdust. >> made up of two routers. >> ce >> one more lap. >> still plenty of time down the street. >> there we do. >> but things haven't been the same since cold spring met a man with two grit. still ahead for us. rising. a train accident changed his life forever but hear how a local man overcame his obstacles and start the a foundation to help others. >> plus still soaking up the sunshine in september. what a beautiful shot over the
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harry potter's childhood home is on the market.
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12 picket post as four privet drive. the house was featured in the first harry potter film. after that a studio set was built for the rest of the series. >> so what we have here is harry potter's first ever bedroom. now in all honesty, most of the work was done in the studio. so i'm afraid that it's hugely unlikely that harry potter ever saw this particular >> to live like harry potter it will cost you $625,000. lebron james trading card. it could bring in more than $200,000. you can bid on the card by the way if you have that kind of spending cash until next sunday. a long running hollywood
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will be splitting following an 11 year relationship. jolie is seeking a divorce. she is seeking physical custody of her six kids and the decision was made for the health of their family. they met on the set of mr. and mrs. myth in 2005 when pitt was still married to actress jennifer aniston. and as the sunsets on that relationship, betsy kling this is the pivot over to you. >> you amazing. upper 50s expected over night tonight. very comfortable conditions all around. this is seasonably cool for us. average low temperatures this time of the year in the mid 50s. as far as the clear skies go, this is what we have. clear skies continue off to the west of us. there is a frontal boundary draped across the northern border. it will take some time to do
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that we will start to tap into cooler air and bring rain chances into the forecast. as far as tomorrow goes, we will start off in the low 60s once the sun comes up. that is your 8:00 a.m. temperature. sunny and warmer as we head through the afternoon as well. now like today, temperatures are likely to scoot quickly into the 80s and hold there in the early afternoon. once we get into the evening starts to taper off a bit. we are still going for mid 80s for highs tomorrow. sunny conditions as far as the lake goes, it's going to be really nice boating weather. notth best for sailing however. because winds really not much of a factor. east, southeast winds start turning variable at 3-8 knots. waves generally flat. window nation forecast for the day. tomorrow has us in the mid 80s. the last day of summer will be feeling above average. we'll hold that above average trend into the first day of fall as well.
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thursday. even into friday nice conditions. by the weekend, here comes that boundary. slim chance for showers on saturday. i think most of that will come in the form of cloud cover that may put down a couple sprinkles. mostly sunny for sunday as the tribe wraps up the regular season at home and then on the road next week. you can see we start to bring in more rain and thunderstorm chances early next week. >> yeah they got six games in a row at progressive field. >> this is the time to be there. >> speaking of story. i have a sense entertainment tonight will cover that. >> yeah there could be a little on that. coming up, rising and inspiring. a north east ohio man lost both legs in a train accident. you'll meet him in a special
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welcome back. rising above life's challenges and inspiring others. dawn brings us the story of mark. his life changed in an instant after a terrifying train accident near ohio state. today he runs a foundation helping others dealing with trauma. and here is story. >> reporter: mark found gratitude in the most unlikely of places. he was about to rise in ways he could have never foreseen. this is mark's rising story. >> i grew up in twinsberg, ohio. ran track in high school. played soccer. he was one of those guys that
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i was downtown visiting with some friends and i decided to walk back to my apartment on the ohio state university campus. i was cutting through yards and fields and stuff and came upon train tracks with the train stopped on the tracks. as i was walking along this train that wasn't moving, i tripped over something and right then the train started moving and it started pulling me backwards. i got jostled and fell between two rail cars. and i got pulled underneath the train and tossed around. my left leg was cut off. i didn't know my right leg was cut off. i was thinking about all the things i wouldn't be able to do. never get married, never have a kid, never tell my parents i love them one more time. i tried stopping the bleeding and pulled out my phone and called 911. >> what is your emergency? >> i got hit by a train. >> where are you right now? >> i'm on the track.
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thinking i'm not going to make it out of this situation and then to wake up the next day and look down and all i'm missing is some legs, i was happy to be alive. >> that was probably the toughest day. i get that call and two hours away from columbus and i didn't know how i was going to get there. >> the small little things about every day life i stard thinking about. i had to learn how to first live in a wheelchair. and then when i was healed up enough, i had to learn to walk using prosthetics. it took me a year to get to the point where i was using a cane. and six months after that to get rid of the cane. i had a great support network through the whole entire process. and that is something we realized that is another person didn't have that. that they would really struggle going through that type of
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so we decided to create the foundation in order to provide support, resources to people who are experiencing a loss of their limb or the loss of the use of their limbs. >> a lot of people are not ready to go home when they get out of the hospital. we want to make that transition easier and we want to keep them having a positive attitude. >> the most rewarding experience is giving a family that went through so much vehicle. >> when i woke up the leg was a pietated. mark was a big inspiration. it's all i could carry on the same way. it's unbelievable. i mean i've never been in this position before. i've never received nothing
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i've got to be there for my family. support two girls. >> how are you rising? we showed you mark and adam's story and we hope you were inspired as we were. these are real stories about real people and how they are changing their community. we know you've got stories of your own. we'd love it if you could log on to wkyc.com/rising and share we'll see you next week. >> thank you, dawn. you think about that story and think about his dad that was in twinsburg and get the call that your son was hit by a train in columbus. your car cannot go fast enough. >> how can you even drive yourself? >> remarkable story. tonight, beautiful night. >> phenomenal conditions out there if you are just hanging out with the family. it's a great night to take in just fresh air, go for a ride,
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to summer. thank you for being with us. entertainment tonight is next. they're going to have your brad pitt and angelina stuff from start to finish. we'll see you back here at
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why let someone else have all the fun? the why can't it smell like this all the time ...fun. the learning the virtue of sharing ...fun. why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun.
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brad and angelina's divorce shocker. >> it's heavy. >> adoption, cancer, hollywood. they've tackled it all together. so what went wrong? >> do you think this will have a happy ending? >> their six kids, why she's asking for full custody. >> i love being a mommy. i love my kids. >> the cheating allegations, new details and the clues we saw early on. >> if it doesn't work it's the worst honeymoon ever. >> no show has been with brangelina more than "e.t." >> you get marriee, happiest time of your life and on the brink of disaster. >> from their sexy beginning. >> to the bitter end. >> stop it! stop it! enough!

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