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cleveland's police officers shine. with the doj oversight and mandated reform in the works. cops are watching this controversial presidential race closely. and now in a straw poll vote 44 cleveland shift directors voted for trump. two voted to endorse no one. but there was enough debate and discussion and reservation quite frankly from some that now the rank and file get to vote on an official do >> it's too controversial. >> that's the association president lynn hampton he has been a cleveland cop for 23 years. >> being in the cppa you got a mixture of multigender and multicultural. you have to take that into 9:00. >> the director declined an interview. he says quote most of the time we don't get involved in presidential elections but now things are so dangerous for law
the next president he says needs to stand up for police. >> it's critical. it's crucial. we don't want to further divide our union and we don't want to divide our community because we're in the process of reform. it's a paradigm shift and policing the way it used to be and over with and we're going to have to accept that. >> there are other candidates running for president. can you name any of them ? all of the five in the order they appear on the ohio ballot will be on the police union endorsement is up for grabs technically for all five of the candidates. >> what an interesting race. in other news, the man arrested wednesday in the abduction and rape of a stark county girl is in jail. dennis menefee is being held on $1 million bond after being arrested in fairfield county south of columbus. as we firsten covered last
after he sexually assaulted a woman in wyoming and left her for dead. tonight one is dead and more than 100 injured after a train accident near new york city. as the investigation continues those waiting for the train morning are sharing their stories. channel 3's chris tye is here with that. >> passengers say this train never slowed down as it entered the station around 8:30 this morning. federal investigators continue answers. it's one of the busiest stations and what was supposed to be that train's final stop. it crashed through a barrier, jumped the track, and slammed into a wall. investigators want to know why. as passengers recall a chilling morning commute and authorities begin to dig. >> there was just a haze of kind of smoke. and then everything was dusty and dirty. and, you know, people started crying. a few started screaming. >> the ceiling came down.
a couple people were buried turn rubble. >> the train came in at much too high a rate of sfeed. and the question is why is that. some investigators will examine signals and track issues and human performance among other causes. they will hold a meeting tomorrow morning which of course will be the first full day of this investigation. they say by the way the conductor is fully cooperating tonight. back to you. >> thanks chris. coming up flu season is worried that fewer kids will be vaccinated this season. plus complaints over exmroetding washing machines. see what type is being investigated and what you should do. plus, online rants a new study shows that taking to social media to complain about an airline or flight could be
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but pumpkin and fries? >> maybe you could just squeeze the chocolate part out. >> certainly feels like fall around here. tall pumpkin talk. >> pumpkin spice everything. including the radar. a pumpkin spice radar picture this evening. you can see this moving southeast to northwest. area of low pressure in kentucky is slinging everything around it. we end up importing moisture from th plenty more to come. let's take a look at storm view and we'll try to get nifty with our graphics if this will work for me. occasionally it does. but occasionally it does not is as well. you be the judge. madison, geneva and further south in orwell and northern portions around portland and trumpbell counties.
northeast you can see down into portage county. rootstown, uniontown getting into some of the heavier rain showers. into stark county around heartville and marl borrow that does continue to the east. remember what we see in youngstown is headed towards cleveland because of how this is moving. thicks soggy around -- things soggy around northern ohio this evening. what i want to show rainfall estimates. this is the radar saying this is the potential accumulations. the your backyard yaj -- your backyard gauges probably have a different estimate. there's more rain to come through the night tonight. take a look at this big picture. you can see how all of this is moving southeast to northwest as i indicated.
it. look at the train of rain down to the virginias. it lines up well for northern ohio for tonight. now, every time we get into this kind of scenario, any time we do a forecast we do models. we have different ones to use. this is the one that will probably pick up the rain the best tonight. simply because it keeps rain in the forecast as we get into the start of the day tomorrow. temperatures in the 60s. notice that the big heavy rain banged off but comes -- backed off but comes back throughout the day. temperatures in the 60s. i'm going to switch to another one. it doesn't show any rain whatsoever. i think we will have rain and i think we will have another swath in the afternoon and evening. look at these these winds. a gusty day tomorrow. and through the evening then we'll have another round of rain that comes in. periods of rain are expected to continue around northern ohio for about the entire day tomorrow. nation forecast has
upper 60s tomorrow. rain any time during the day. at the same time some dry areas like today. scattered is the nature of all of this. we'll continue with the scattered rain chances saturday. then next week smooth sailing. we clear things out. dry things out. warm things up. and kind of back to what we typically think of for autumn weather. >> thanks betsy. representatives for democratic candidates took part in a forum tonight titled a discussion on issues of interest to our community. it was sponsored by the cleveland injury news foundation. another setback for josh gordon as the browns and their troubled wide receiver continue here as he entering rehab.
and now the window nation sports report. >> hi again everybody. there will come a time i would hope during our lifetime that when we talk about the browns every day and night we talk about whether they can win the next sunday. whether they can throw the ball or run the ball. we're not there yet. we have these other stories. and a lot of them surround josh gordon.
stalled and put on hold. instead he announces he will ender an inpatient rehab facility. he was due to be reinstated on monday. he would be eligible to play then a week from this sunday against the new england patriots. there was a story that came out that said there was a warrant out for his arrest for failing to come ply with a paternity -- comply with a paternity test. now a story tonight says saying he is the father of a 1- year-old girl. here's a statement from the executive vice president of football operations for the brown on gordon. we support josh in taking this step to seek additional treatment. his focus must be on his own health. we want nothing more than for josh to be successful personally and professionally and will not comment on his status with the organization at this time.
welcome him back with open arms. that is to be decided. to the football game. they'd like to get a win on sunday. they're 0-3. washington got a big win last week and are 1-2. they beat the giants. everyone is marvelling over the performance by terrelle pryor. he had 120 receiving yards at least 30 passing yards and at least 20 passing yards in single nfl game since way back when when frank gifford did it for the new york giants. he says the cleat, the gloves he wore to the pro-football hall of fame. there was a comment attributed to him a couple of days ago that pryor said we're not going lose another game all year. the remaining 13 games are going to be wins. he clarified that today.
it's not saying that we're going to win every game. just saying that i have belief in this team and organization. we can get it done if we put everything together. i think people read too far into it. i didn't mean it like that. but it would be nice too. the indians and tigers waited all afternoon into the early evening. four hours and 13 minutes but they could not play in detroit. too much rain. six inches on the field. if this game is needed and it may be needed especially the tigers who are eligible to be the wildcard team it will be played at 1:00 in detroit. david ortiz's final game at yankee stadium and big papi got a gift from the yankees. former red sox certainty fielder jacoby untied the game in the fifth inning and the yankees win 5-1. the indians two and a half back.
michael brantley. an mlb insider says the injury to bradley's shoulder is worse than what we are believed to be taking a look at. he could missignificant time in 20 -- miss significant time in 2017. they had to reattach the muscle to the bone during surgery. the indians refute that report. the iptd yans are in -- the indians refute that report. and they're in detroit. >> you think there's a possibility they might have to?
tonight, deadly train disaster. a speeding commuter train crashes into a station at rush hour. the painic inside, at least one killed, over a hundred injured. and the safety system that might have prevented it. why didn't this train have it? mystery motive. what drove a 14-year-old to shooting rampage at a school playground? tonight the firefighters hailed as heroes at the scene. bank scandal. the former employee who says wells fargo fired her for following orders to open fake accounts and the ceo in the hot seat again today. plan of attack, how team trump is plotting to go after hillary clinton for her husband's past scandals. and flu warning, why experts worry more children will catch potentially deadly cases this season.