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that, you know, party lifestyle so it could be anything. it could be drugs. >>reporter: police arrested him for violating his protection order, questioned him and released him. he has not been named as a suspect. >> he said that he wants her to be back really, really bad because she caused him a lot of trouble by her disappearing. >>reporter: why we asked is he hoping she is safe? >> mostly her son and because, you know, of all the cases that he would basically say come back and help him because he's in big trouble and his son is in big trouble. >>reporter: the fbi is offering a reward for anyone who can help unravel this one and bring the mother of a three-year-old home. i'm dawn kendrick, outside fbi headquarters, channel 3 news. >> let's hope we get some new information.
gm said it will suspend the third shift in lansing, michigan and lordstown. 2000 workers could be affected. we went to find out why this is happening. >>reporter: they call it the home of the chevy cruz and why not? it's right on the sign. this plant is so integral to the community in lordstown but it's a tale of two homes. additional cruzes had to be shipped from next could he but idling third shift. >> my husband is affected by this because he's third shift. >>reporter: is your job affected by this? a popular question in lordstown today. >> the people just hired are basically going to be laid off. >>reporter: at one time this cruz a hot commodity. gm says the tide has turned against the cruz. they tell me they had to get in line and adjust.
workers think about the announcement today. gm is completely clear about what this is they had to say, it's a decision they had to make based on market conditions. it's not about the election but clearly the union was supporting clinton and some workers do worry how the auto industry will do under a trump administration. >> trump in one of his speeches said that the united auto worker, the american auto worker makes too much money. that's an attack on theid workers are breaking into the middle class. >>reporter: now, while demand nor the chevy cruz is down, we're told there will be a $900 million investment in other types of cars, particularly suvs so three plants across america are going to get some of that money. one of them is right here in ohio. russ and sarah. >> and coming up tonight, safety on the roads. we'll tell you about the program designed to help families making the difficult decision of when a
>> plus, undo a mistake that featured to get back an e-mail after you hit "send." >> plus getting ready for prime time, browns cody kessler talks about the match-up tomorrow against the ravens. >> we have a lot of sunshine coming our way here in northeast ohio for the day thursday. it's going to be a little breezy but as we look ahead to friday and the weekend, there are changes afoot. i will have the latest on what
i saw the car start to spin out on the dance floor and bodies flying. >> it has been 3 months since police say a 74-year-old woman hit the gas instead of the brake and sped onto a crowded dance floor at a parma heights community concert. eight were hurt, two have since died. it's a tragedy bringing to life the issue of senior drivers and
parent or a loved one? we'd love it if you would log onto wkyc.com/votenow to join our conversation happening right now. >> we have information about how to delicately handle this emotional issue. >>reporter: hi, in 2012 there were 36 million senior drivers on the road. while driving helps older adults remain independent, fatal crash rates increase with age. that's according to the safety. it's a touchy subject affecting millions of families but there's help and a better way to face this life-altering decision. >> that was one of the hardest things i've ever done. >>reporter: stacey brown is talking about the painful decision to take the keys away from her 77-year-old father who was increasingly confused behind the wheel. 1 day he got into an accident. >> by the grace of god he was okay and didn't hurt anyone else. >>reporter: matt has seen the
to deliver too many death notices to families of senior drivers. >> always i thought someday i would like to be in a position to do something more proactive, to keep these accidents and tragedies from happening in the first place. >>reporter: he did just that. post-retirement he founded a company keeping us safe, its sole purpose helping drivers and families through this difficult transition. >> it is a three-hour, one on one individualized session with the older place between one of our driving professionals. >>reporter: it's done in the comfort of the older driver's home. it starts with some cognitive exercises and what he calls a lengthy learning conversation. then a ride-along with a senior driver. >> the hole fashion by the way is set up to err in the older driver's favor. there's no trickery here. earlier in the session we will ask the person where do you typically drive to, mr. jones? what is not uncommon is for the
during that route. a memory is extremely important in the older driver's safety and a lot of times memory issues will surface here. >>reporter: these two turned to him a few weeks ago. >> you go someplace and all of a sudden you say how do i get home? >>reporter: married for more than 60 years they got pressure to take away his keys. >> they pressured me to get him to stop, too, and i said i'm not going to be the one keys away. it's got to be somebody else. >>reporter: that someone else was matt gurwell to empower the driver to make the decision on their own. >> he said you don't check out too well. >> matt said he shouldn't drive. he would listen to him so that was a good thing.
shoulders. >> i said, you know, it's time. >>reporter: a decision lou made on his own with a little help preserving his dignity and giving his family peace of mind. >> if he's not driving, then he's much better. he's safer. he will live longer. >>reporter: in ohio, the only requirement for license renewal is a vision exam at the bmv every 4 years. you can notify the bmv if you think someone is an unsafe driver. if accepted,he letter to that driver requiring them to submit a medical statement or a driver's exam within the next 30 days, but no one wants it to get to that point. that's why we put together a list of resources and programs to help. you'll find them on wkyc.com and the key is having those discussions early rather than waiting until it's too late. sarah. >> absolutely. and i think we saw tonight a lot of people face this very issue. thanks. >> have you ever hit "send" on
did? oops! google is rolling out an update to its gmail mobile app for ios users. it features a new undue send bend that will help you take back the mistakes. you will have the option to take back the e-mail 5 seconds after it's been sent and fix the errors. it's the biggest overhaul of the gmail app in nearly 4 years. >> it will come in handy for a lot of folks, i think. >> i think that 5 seconds might not be quite long enough. >> that's another five-second rule. you go don't worry, it's okay. >> right. >> i'll tell you what, there's no five-second rule as far as the weather goes. it's a five-minute rule because it's going to change anyway. here's a look at how tomorrow is shaping up. i put the sun rise and sunset times on here because we are facing sun glare at this time of the year. 7:10 in the morning is our sunrise time so eastbound
the glare and 5:10 just as you get out of work and head home you have to deal with the glare. we have clear skies across the area. high thin clouds off to the north. all of this will precede a cold front that will move through early friday. that will drive colder air in. that will trigger lake effect and most of that will come in the form of rain showers but again with this setup we can't rule out completely some snow chances in there as well. hour-by-hour through your in the 30s to right around 40s. midday temperatures likely to be in the low and mid 50s but the sun will still be shining and even into the afternoon and evening we're still sitting in the upper 50s. i think we will peak at about 60 degrees in cleveland. 55 in canton and 56 dover at 3:30 in the afternoon. once we get into the evening we will start to see things calming down a little bit as far
winds are still very brisk and temperatures tomorrow night will be held up several degrees more so we will be in the 30s tonight. tomorrow night we're likely to stay in the 40s as we get into the midnight hour. here come the clouds. friday morning 5:00 a.m., northwest winds. note that shift in direction. that's key. that is the leading edge of the cooler air that will trigger the lake effect and through the day on friday i think our morning temperature will be right around 50 and we will drop back the afternoon. note the rain showers coming down. it's not until late afternoon into the evening that the really chilly air begins to come in and i know our forecast model says no clouds, no showers, but remember, we still have wind coming across the lake and it's cold so i think friday night if you're out for any of the football games or just heading out on the town, you will have to contend with hit or miss rain showers that could at times mix with snow and even out to the
could end up seeing that change over to snow. sunny skies for a good part of the day tomorrow and i did mention the wind. the southwesterly winds will be notable through the day. gusteest in the afternoon. we do have some folks that are still out and about on the lake. that small craft advisory will be likely tomorrow. three to six-footers expected so it's definitely going to be a little bitpy your window nation forecast has 61 for the high tomorrow. the temperature drop coming
ever start a season 0-10 so will they win a game? that is what most of the fans in cleveland are wondering and the ravens are favored by 10 points. cody kessler will make his start, 0-6. at some point he needs to deliver a victory. hue jackson wants to see the ball go down the field. we agree. cody kessler wants to put a complete game together. we agree. and he's looking for his first start in prime time. >> it's our chance to have an opportunity to g ourselves and show how much work we put in but i'm excited. doesn't matter what day of the week it is, i'm excited. >> we're excited the game is right here on channel 3 tomorrow night. 7:30 to eight channel 3 news and then 8:00 o'clock browns and ravens coverage kick yauch at 8:25. next week the indians have a
on tuesday terry francona could be manage he recall of the year. he should be and within owns corey kluber could land the cy young. land land has an american league geeld glove, just 12 errors in 155 games, the first indians player since grady sizemore in '08 and shortstop in 2001, already an lindor turns 23 next week. always a smile. amazing defense. this will not be his last gold glove i'll tell you that. today is the first day of the 2016 season, we are dealing with a cavs loss. atlanta beat them at the q last night. cavs still 6-1 and tied for the best record in the nba. look at the schedule coming up. tomorrow at the white house as sarah and russ were talking about earlier, donald trump will
sunday hornets. back to the road this coming sunday for buckeyes. they are favored by 28-and-a-half points. they took it to nebraska in prime tame last saturday. they beat the corn huskers 62-3 to move 8-1 on the season. ohio state exactly where it needs to be, they are five in the football rankings and they play michigan. penn state loss shouldn't be a factor, they bounced back but there's still work to do. >> there's a steady climb. we were climbing very good early in the season. we plateaued and we have to jumpstart again. players have to do a better job and coaches, and they did. >> akron hosting bowling green.
tonight, shock waves across america and around the world as donald trump defies the polls and the pend its again. the dramatic triumph as the brash billionaire turned reality star is elected the 45th president of the united states. for us to come together as one united people. >> for hillary clinton, one of the most stunning defeats in american political history. >> last night i congratulated donald trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. >> the candidate and her campaign, so confident victory was in their grasp. what happened? we have exclusive details inside trump's planning. plus the immediate impact of his policies