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now, at 11 pm. breaking news, a teen and baby rushed to the hospital after they are shot in their car. tonight, the search continues for the shooter. a piece of cleveland history vanishes. the indians in one the world series in 1948 but there pendant ended up buried and then disappeared. coming up, tips from burglars. one of him is ri what is being done to stop the increase with work related injuries an ohio. and how it is hard for families to seek justice. this is channel 3 news at 11 pm. we begin tonight with breaking news, two shot including a 19-month-old girl
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this halloween night. >> police are searching for suspects at this hour. joining us right now. >> reporter: cleveland police say that a baby girl not yet two years old, was grazed by a bullet when someone opened up fire on a car near a busy intersection on cleveland's east side. here's the video we got earlier. it happened just before 5 pm near the intersection of harvard and lee road. a black suv stopped the car and thenot man in the car was shot in the chest. and then a woman holding the baby, the baby was grazed by one of the shots. they were taken to south pointe hospital then flown to metro hospital. we are still waiting to get word on their condition. cleveland police are not releasing information on the suspects yet. i am dawn kendrick.
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days to go before election day, a new poll shows hillary clinton has a national lead over donald trump. then bc news this meant nbc news found, despite the fbi reports last week, that they were revealing more emails. hillary clinton said that, part of her day she was at probes. she commented on the world series. telling supporters how stressful the indians were making it for the chicago cubs fans. donald trump held a rally outside detroit where he pledged about american workers. he says that clinton will help
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he said he would not vote for donald trump and we know that that is true. he voted absentee, he voted for john mccain. the indians pennant raising will be part of winning the world series. but the last time they won a series and winning the pennant it went missing.>>channel 3 news , here is chris tye. it is quite a story. >> reporter: it is
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seeing just past the rock 'n roll hall of fame, the eastern half of firstenergy stadium stands there today. is a decades old hunt or in indians relic, a piece of memorabilia, that the old indians owner literally buried underground. and the 1948 world series. by now, you know that it was in 1948, the world series win. apartment came with the championship. -- a pennant came with e the owner, at the time, he held a funeral for that. >> he was sobbing. and the players were pallbearers for the casket. and then he has a sporting news as a bible. >> reporter: he is the indians
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man he wanted to do something, he wanted to do something that would be remembered. >> reporter: the funeral was remembered the flag was not. today, is the east end of pounds stadium that sits above the perl side. >> it was dug too deep, you know, to even have -- it sits outside the bounds -- brown's the stadium. >> it was dug too deep. the shores of lake erie.>> that pennant is the one -- actually, one of the larger pieces of our history. >> reporter: look for a flag 20 feet wide, white with the wahoo
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what these will be behind glass from this run to the world series? he said, the bloody uniform from game three. we remember the bloody hand, it dripped onto his uniform, he said that that will likely be the thing decades from now that we would look back and say, how do they put off with that kind of adversity would -- diversity? ? thanks we have extended coverage of our tribe on our website on wkyc.com. changing directions, every week in ohio, and employee dies in all work related accident. every year, hundreds are injured. the numbers go up one of the victims want to show you how he suffered.
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is hard to watch. is a story that you will only see here on channel 3. >> i went through torture. >> reporter: he said he was just doing his job when the injuries changed his job forever. >> i cannot look at myself in the mirror.>> reporter: he suffered third degree burns over 75% of his body. after two years of ceiling, this is what >> i didn't want to go outside, honestly. >> reporter: he was transferring the powder, and suddenly, there was an explosion and a fire. the powder is used to make tires. his lawyer, bob the cello, is known to be -- dicello, is
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no special clothing or safety guards were needed they said. >> i do not do anything wrong. i was just going by procedures.>> reporter: the dangers facing ohio workers are daunting. >> they are doing procedures and processes, at the manufacturing areas that are lethal, the getting no help and training. >> reporter: if you go to our investigations page on wkyc.com, we top 10 manufacturers with the most violations and fines. republic still leads manufacturers with 132 violation since 2011. it has been find $6 million. there were false and amputations with the workers. in june, the family of kevin
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that you still warehouse in cleveland. they filed a lawsuit. it was suspended in the air by a crank, a crane that was described as defective and dangerous. without warning, the crane allegedly moved causing the coil to crush him against of stack of foils. the company tried to cover up the facts. >> essentially, it was due to his diet. he had eaten hotdogs and eight energy drinks and had a heart attack.>> reporter: it said that he died from blunt force trauma. >> because what happened to him should have never happened in a steel company. >> reporter: in an email they called it tragic that a wrong
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that they are fighting with their hands tied behind their back. since recent changes to the ohio law, they have to prove that accompany deliberately try to hinder an employee. >> money rolls -- money rules the world. money is on the side of the lobby is, the insurance side of the industry as well. >> reporter: they're calling for changes for the ohio law. the ohio law now helps companies than it does for the injured of the injured workers. i am investigator tom meyer inmates serving time for burglary, explain what did not stop them and then they explain the biggest the difference. one company is cashing in on a new item for our furry friends. chasing a championship,
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welcome back, 140 homes are burglaries on average in the united states. that is according to information from the fbi. >> they use the same information when they look for victims. >> reporter: it can take burglars less than a minute to break into your home, that is shorter than the length of the story, take a listen to these tips from the burglars investigators at our sister station, wrote letters to the burglars. they answered a detailed questionnaire why they chose their victims, why they broke in and the best time to strike. they say step one, knocking on the front door. if someone answers, they give a quick excuse and leave. but if no one answers, they
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door or window. most of the criminal questions, they like to hit houses in the early afternoon, between lunch, between 12:30 pm and 3 pm. they choose homes with limited visibility. comes with big fences. they say one thing that does not work on a is leaving the lights on they say the greatest deterrence of the them -- of them entering, cars in the driveway, and the bigger they are. do you spoil your pets? they provide the ultimate pampering item. the company says, you will never have to drink alone. there is no alcohol in the
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it is shipped all over the world. they have three flavors. it is halloween. chances are, your kids brought home a big bucket of candy. with all those treats in the house, are you secretly eating it? 1000 parents, with children under the age of 18, were surveyed, and many of them eat their children's candy. we caught up with some ghosts and goblins, they were trick-or-treating in northeast ohio. they were in lakewood. this one got into the halloween spirit. look at that follow rate there. is that one of -- look at that follow rate there. -- look at that fella right
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>> i don't know what we have going on here? >> that is on my facebook page. >> she was that seven years ago. >> i tell you, halloween for me, it's about negotiation when you get home. you t you start training. >> [ laughter ]>> i will clean the toilets tomorrow if you give me these candy bars. that is how we did it. as we start the day tomorrow, mostly sunny skies, 50 degrees. we will continue with mostly sunny conditions throughout the day tomorrow. it is nothing but good news for the day tomorrow. we will see sunshine, you can
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streaming across. they are significant basically, because a good idea of where a jet stream track lies. you can follow it along, with where these clouds are going, anytime you get this little bump, showing up in the jet stream pattern, it is all warming pattern for us. with it and the warm front, it's a good idea that we have some toasty temperatures this will swing through and come through on thursday. we will then take the temperatures back down. you can see this warm wedge, pointed up to minnesota, that heading in. temperatures right now, we will be chilly, southeast winds. they will be around to begin your day. temperatures will be in the upper 40s and 50s.
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sunshine around. midday, look at these temperatures surging into the 60s. if you're taking the day off tomorrow, do a little bit of three planning for your indians festivities. it will be a great afternoon to do that. temperatures will push into the 70s, in the afternoon, mostly sunny skies will continue. the wind will come around from the south. those southerly breezes it will be blowing out over by kurt s of -- progressive field. keep that in mind. at gametime we will hold in the upper 60s with the winds out of the southwest. mostly clear to partly cloudy skies for the game. mostly sunny, through your day tomorrow, we will have southerly breezes. and that will make temperatures rise quickly, starting to the 50s, rising to the 60s and then
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see some upper 70s. with the window nation forecast, the gametime will be well up into the 60s. mostly clear skies, and the wind out of the south. here's the thing, we hope the 70s going into wednesday, mostly cloudy skies, late wednesday night, we will bring rain chances in. they stick around thursday, that will close off, look at that, we get back into the change, we will have seasonable weather. >> in the 70s for the first and second of november? coming up, the indians are on the doorstep of their first world series
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and now, the toyota of bedford sports report. game six tomorrow night, the indians are one win away for winning it all since 1948. tonight, they had an optional workout. they got home from chicago, they lead the series 3-2. the numbers are good, 29 at home. they only lost once in the past season at home. they had to tweak chances to win it at home, it is all set up for them.>> it would be nice to family do it and cleveland in front of our fans. it would be nice to do it in
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>> josh tomlin is warming up in the outfield today. they had a 1-0 win at wrigley on friday. no runs, one strikeout, he is different now from trevor. he throws four different pitches. >> it is a game have a chance of winning the world series, but you still cannot go out there thinking you have the mindset of winning the game in the first game. you have to have a mindset for out. >> leading the indians get the lead, and miller getting it. game six tomorrow night, the first pitches at 8:08 pm.
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for the chicago cubs. the cavaliers are undefeated at home tomorrow night. the game is moved up until 6 pm. the cavaliers owner, they moved it to 6 pm so you would not be torn between the cavaliers and the indians. a hearty congratulations to lebron james. what an honor. and a friend -- in eastern conference the browns after losing yesterday they are 0-8. big trade, they end up with the linebacker from the patriots. the third round. they have to get him signed as a free agent. it will cost a lot of money and
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>> we would love to keep him, obviously, but has to be mutual. hopefully, we can move in that direction. it's getting him here, and having him getting to know us and we know him, we know what he is and what he brings to the table. we would not have done this if we do not think there's an opportunity. >> all right, the situation is simple. when he goes out to the field, if he plays on sunday against the cowboys, you wi team after not even playing the staff -- snap for the browns yet.
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that is the future mike napoli. >> we will have that new world series champion, hopefully by this time tomorrow. >> see you tomorrow night. thank you for watching channel 3 news. take channel 3 news with you
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[ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- jay leno -- gabrielle union --
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crew. >> questlove: 561! mwuahahaha. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, wow, wow, wow! oh. that's what i'm talking about. that's a great crowd. beautiful new york city crowd. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. this is the show [ cheers e ] to be at. thank you so much. you guys, it's halloween! happy halloween!

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