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this is it. >> tomorrow, we face the test of our time. >> tomorrow, we elect our next president. the end of this campaign season cannot come soon enough extract akron -- acrid schools -- akron schools talk about merging two schools. a dog skinned. where the investigation stands tonight. the project, how is revitalizing the neighborhood. this is channel 3 news at 11 pm. this time tomorrow, we could be announcing the nation's next president. hillary clinton and donald trump are making their final
presidency at state. the votes, your checklist, doing it before i get to the polls. >> good evening, thank you for joining us. >> the countdown is down. >> the candidates are still railing support. >> how are things should be up tomorrow? >> repr: see how is going to see how they are trending in the states they are visiting today. this is two live pictures, grand rapids michigan, donald trump, i think that is ted nugent that just took the stage. and then hillary clinton, the burning the midnight oil. donald trump here in michigan. and then hillary clinton in michigan today.
up -- donald trump hoping to pick it up at the bottom of the night. hillary clinton was in the city of brotherly love. she brought her biggest supporters. bon jovi and bruce springsteen . >> donald trump taking on florida and new hampshire. ohio, is absent from all of this. there is a tighter race or that have been reported. 48-47. most of the time on the night before the election we see the candidates here. is not the picture. we should note, this is in the margin of area -- air three and have percent. -- error. cuyahoga county,
erodes the liberties -- making sure there's no voting are likely related -- -- earnings irregularities. the associated press called the race in 2012, they called it at 11:38 pm. that was in 2008. this run contentious, it may go late, we are tracking our sleeping bags as it may go late. a number of big issues, local voters, lakewood, issue 64, helped the closure of lakewood hospital. last year, voters decided that the closure should proceed. but updates are back to derail the shut down. -- but opponents are back to derail the shut down.
hospital operating. cleveland voters will decide on the first income tax hike in years. many people in suburban will be affected. issue 32 is a half of a percent income tax rates. a pair of major state why supreme court, and the ohio appeals court, they are battling for the first seat. the second is up for grabs between the field court judge and the fellow fellow appeals court judge. to get to know them better you
if you are voting tomorrow, there are a few things you need to know before he had out. were starting with valid photo id. if you do not have one, a current utility bill, bank statement, you are not allowed to take photos inside. if you are like many americans got you cannot wait until all this is over. it has been quite a ride, no matter which side you're on, this right has been will be. april 12, 2015, 576 days ago. >> i am running for president. >> reporter: 512 days ago. >> i am officially running for president of the united states.>> you can put half of donald trump supporters into the basket of the parables.
most decisive presidential election of our time. maybe you watched the chaos on television, or say goodbye, or did unfriend someone you knew on social media. or even to family members who cross the line. >> get out and vote. >> reporter: the 18 month long time cut coming to an end. after the last ballot is co we will come together. even if it takes a photoshop magazine cover. >> it does not matter if you do not vote. >> we get to choose what kind of country we want to live in. >> reporter: we will be with you throughout election day. if
wkyc.com. our coverage begins the moment the polls close, we will be live on wkyc.com beginning at 7:30 pm tomorrow night. new at 11 pm. federal prosecutors say that an ohio man tried to join isis. he was boarding a plane in columbus. he is charged with his legend support with a foreign terrorist group. he was on his he was arrested at the airport. there was a month-long investigation. if he is convicted he faces 20 years in prison. two high schools said to merge in akron. >> the school board is talking about questions from the school board and parents. dawn kendrick is live with the story. >> reporter: it was frustrating and there.
these people demanding to be heard tonight say it is about history and that he -- the future. for the school board, they said no, it is just coming down to a dwindling number of students and fiscal responsibility. >> you are ruining us. >> reporter: it is a-year-old decision merging garfield students with kenmore's then eventually, the plan is to combine all schools to become one school. >> the property values, the future, it could be renamed. the history.? it's simple math. -- >> reporter: it is simple math. >> when you walk through many of our buildings, the buildings that are, you know, 40% empty,
operate our district that way. >> reporter: summit a few questions so many few answers. what about athletics -- so many few questions and so many answers. what about athletics? if the white out he says. -- it is a white out -- wipe out. >> any study ever, white or black, kiska if report more kids into a bigger school, is going to help those students. >> their use kenmore to use that for the city's problems as a whole. >> [ applause ]. >> reporter: broken promises they said with a levee to voters.
but akron school leaders say that they have done the work. and another levee is not feasible for a half empty school. i am dawn kendrick, in akron. channel 3 news parma police are looking for the person who scott and -- who shot and skinned a dog. the police officer discovered the dog. there were no cameras in the the public for information. a local disk count -- a local discount grocer is testing options for
you are watching channel 3 news. with sara shookman and russ mitchell here in the strongsville location. if this goes well they will expand the form of payment to all of the marc's stores. the making it a social media ohio city. introducing us to people who are making it happen. >> reporter: the local artists. a brick wall did the . he lives and works in the ohio city neighborhood. >> it is a total different place than it was four years ago.>> reporter: the cleveland foundation fusion project.
world. the street art addition date -- changing the face of ohio city. is one of the best experiences of my life. >> what i can draw here? i saw an amazing flying tiger. >> reporter: the upside to outside art, instant reaction. >> it was amazing. i am happy to be part of it. >> reporter: ohio city is part of the longest mero stretching 500 feet under the shoreway. they will make the area look more colorful and feel safer. the artwork is popping up on social media. >> it started to bring more people into the neighborhood.
it a destination. >> reporter: bringing the art straight to your eyes. this will be complete next week. there are interviews with the artists, happening saturday, november happening saturday, november 19 happening from 1 pm to 5 pm. this story is truly amazing, a man lost his wedding ring gardening three years ago. and has crop has surprise. he found this, his in ring wrapped around a carrot. the carrot grew into it. he celebrated his golden anniversary, 50 years, his wife reassured him at the time that the rain would eventually turn up. she passed away six months before that was proven right. first there was the ice
>> now it is the manikin challenge. people across the country striking a pose. striking a pose long enough to record a video. high school students are credited for starting the trend. now celebrities are doing this. >> can you hook us up? >> we will see how that goes. we will get through tomorrow first. tomorrow, it will be a busy day for a lot of people. here is channel 3 news weather center. i tell you what, as we go through the day, radar will become busy. we have a dry start for you with a mix of clouds and sun, upper 40s to 50s as you head out the door. if you're going to be an early morning voter you will need a jacket or a sweater. once the sun comes up it will
track rain showers in northern ohio. we will be in the 60s. we have a whole lot of rain sells to north there is a moisture feet coming an. it will line up with a cold front. that's very impressive. is cold front will be moving into northern ohio as we go into tomorrow evening, that will not only bring us cooler temperatures by the time we get into wednesday. as you can see out here in the plains states, the green, this represents where temperatures are in the 50s and 60s. but then cool air will start to come in. we will notice a change wednesday. the good news, we will get into a little bit of a warming trend on thursday, and then later on the week things get interesting. hour by hour, 8 am, there is
we will have thin clouds around. temperatures in the 40s, midday, we will be up around 60 degrees. the clouds will be an increase. the best rain chances will be late afternoon on into the evening. if you have plans to go to the polling place after work, you're going to need the umbrella as you may have to stand in line. it could be outside. keep that in mind. breezy conditions with the southwesterly winds. scattered rain showers and then wednesday morning the cooler air comes in. that will trigger some lake effect showers and they will linger on to a breezy and cool wednesday for us. the rain showers may hang on as we go into the afternoon. and we will dry things out as we head into thursday. let's get into it. the window nation forecast, tomorrow mid-60s, just to
starting out at 50 degrees, going into the mid-60s midday, and then you can see windows rain chances start to come in. late afternoon on into the evening. rain chances linger wednesday. we dry out thursday. we will go into the upper 50s. and then friday, snow chances, with the snow lake effect. and then lingering into saturday. a lot of it will be a rain snow mix. let's get through election day first. >> the big blue arrow. that is really a good thing? >> only one is 150 degrees outside. coming up, the monday
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and now the window nation sports report. hello, everybody. here we go. not a lot of time to dwell on yesterday's lost or the browns. they play in baltimore on thursday. the numbers are not good. they are 0-9. they lost a franchise record 12 in a row. it goes on 19 out know the numbers. every go. the one thing that comes out of it, he found out that he is back as a starting quarterback thursday night. jackson said be a a conference, i'm not going to play physical chairs with our quarterbacks. to have to be yards, no touchdown and no interceptions.
the browns are 0-9. that's the worst start to the season in franchise history. the browns struggling to find a wind. everyone at -- a win. people are wondering when it's going to come. people are wondering if it's going to come. >> we had high hopes. he did as well. is unfortunate. the fans are of everything that is going on. they keep coming back there. they are diehard fans. all we can do is tell them to wait and be patient. >> there is perhaps. thursday night you can see the game here on channel 3. channel 3 news at 7:30 pm. kickoff 8:25 pm. today, was the deadline to give offers to free agents as
mike napoli andrajai davis , they have until 5 pm. if they made offers to the players it would be the same amount, it was high, $17.2 million. most players are free agents, and they of an interest coming back here, and the indians have an interest in bringing them back here. the finalists for the manager of we are partial here but you have to francona say that to get the award what aboutkluber , he 118-9. he won the award back in 2014. the other competitors are with the red sox.
year. the winner will be announced november 14. and the pitcher from the tigers. and the outstanding catcher for the yankees, gary sanchez. the golden glove award will be announced tomorrow. his fielding percentage points, nine, eight, two. the cavaliers, undefeated. they are sitting pretty. tomorrow night they take on the atlanta hawks. lebron james, conference player of the week. that's the second consecutive week. that's nothing. for the 25th time in his nba career. we leave you on a high note, we will be back to wrapup
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