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now here at 7:00, more gun violence. two teens recovering after being shot over the weekend. americans free from iran after lengthy secret talks. new tails on yesterday's prisoner swap. bomb threats closed several businesses. we are live with details on that investigation. good morning i'm denise zarrella, this is cleveland 19 sunday morning. real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company >> denise: a good sunday
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meteorologist jon loufman appears. busy morning for you. >> very busy. pretty quiet, you go okay what is the big deal, temperatures in the 20s? here's the big deals. a number of warnings, first a lake-effect snow morning through tuesday at noon, 6 to 10 inches of snow local there in forces of perhaps ashtabula, folks getting 10 to 14 inches of snow. -- a lake-effect snow watch in the cleveland area, one to four inches with heavier amounts further inland and a wind chill advisory. that in effect for points south, ottawa, sandusky, seneca, mansfield area, richland, ashland, all under the wind chill advisory
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here's the deal, over the past three hours we've had breaks in the cloud deck. here's the snow headed our way, this is classic lake effect, we're talking about strong west winds gusts up to 35 miles per hour. then up to 40 through the course of the night. temperatures taking a tumble. 19 by 5:00, continuing to fall into the single figures overnight which means wind chills well below zero. current temperatures 29 cleveland, 28 parma, 30 along the lake at you the mildest reading. we'll be dealing with temperatures that continue to fall, five alert days in a
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the seven day coming up. >> denise: it was a story we break last night. evacuations at several locations because of bomb threats, including a wal-mart and target. the fbi is investigate . canton police temporarily evacuated the businesses last night. canton city hall also received a bomb threat investigators were not able to find anything suspicious at any of those scenes. heartbroken family and friends of a 9:00-year-old who die in a sledding accident gathered last night to remember him. a slideshow of pictures of drew played as loved ones grieved in amherst. drew was hit by a car while sledding last week. >> there's something that happened in our world today that we can't comprehend. but there's a god who loves us and who can give us supernatural comfort.
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organized so church members could pray for drew. when he passed away friday the call for prayer became a vigil. funeral services set for a mother and two daughters kill in a house explosion in north feel center township, visitation will be held thursday at the christ community chapel in hudson from 10 a.m. to noon. 2 p.m. to 6, with the funeral immediately following. cindy and her daughters were found huddled together her husband was fun in another bart of the house after the explosion. the arson something being investigated as murder-suicide. second man in jail for the little italy attack in december. police arrested david harrison for robbery. the news came one day after a 20-year-old appeared in court
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robbing a priest, he pleaded not guilty. two more cases of gun violence, 16-year-old girl recovering from a bullet wound to the ankle. police believe it was fired from a passing car. 15-year-old shot in the leg, witnesses say the teenager was in a gun battle with another person when he was hit. paramedics rushed him to children hospital in critical. detectives are trying to piece together the details of that case. five americans who were in prison in iran are free this morning as u.s. and iran move into a new era of international relations with a landmark agreement on iran's nuclear program. here's wendy gillette with more. >> reporter: iranian state television announced the news saturday, a swap of four americans being held held in iran in exchange for seven
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the u.s. state department dropped charges for 14 iranians. the four tpraed americans are "washington post" reporter, former u.s. marine, american businessman and a pastor whose wife spoke from boise, idaho. >> i ran for my kids then i told my parents. then i called his parents and his sister they were getting calls. >> reporter: a den was also released as part of -- a student was also released as part of a separate agreement. the prisoner swap was announced hours before the united nations nuclear watchdog, certified that iran has met its commitments as part of the historic nuclear deal. >> iran has undertaken significant steps that many, and i do mean many people doubted would come to pass.
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signed an executive order lifting sanctions. that means iran can now sell oil on the open market iran will have access to the global banking system, the country will recover 100 billion dollars in frozen assets overseas. if it discovered iran is still moving ahead with nuclear program the deal calls for sanctions to once again be imposed. >> denise: in hawaii, search expanded for 12 marines missing, conning training flights thursday officials say two copters crashed into each other. the u.s. coast guard say there was no may-day call just word something had gone wrong. the u.s. marine corps has identified the 12 missing men. >> denise: dozens of local kids are spending the night on
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of homelessness, ages 11 to 18 collected donations from passers-by, slept in cardboard boxes this is the 11th annual homeless awareness sleep-out. last year the group raised almost $5,000. the kids are getting up about now, they will continue their collection and talk about their experience at morning church service. last year that group raised almost $5,000. coming up, president obama now stepping into -- [ unintelligible ] >> jen: we are heading to the westside steakhouse and a caveman sized portion of meat in cleveland cooks, coming up. lake-effect snow warning,
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advisories in effect across the region. i'll let you know who will see
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>> denise: welcome back. the white house has declared a state of emergency for michigan in move puts fema and department of homeland security in charge of all relief efforts. this week the governor asked the government for help, surrounding areas are affected by contaminated drinking water. some of the measures include providing water, water filters and other related items over the next three months.
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singing celine dion her brother has died at age 59, he had brynn, throat and tongue cancer, his death to days after the death of her husband rene angelil who die of cancer at the age of 73. a six months old german shepard puppy fell through a hole in the ice into the water. rescuers from the fire department crawled on their hands annies to save him. the -- hands annes to save him. the dog was frightened and resisted. >> he went under a couple of times. >> he was frightened and scared and decided to fight us. >> denise: it took several minutes before the pup was rescued he was cold but otherwise okay and later
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owner. city coming alive, we are on our way into day day that brings more and more in the way of snow, one to four inches generally, most suburbs west of cleveland are talking about an inch of snow, gusty winds part of the program tonight one to four inches generally, lake snow six to 10 inches some inland areas will be getting more. monday another one to four more lake snow expected as well this is going to be a major lake-effect snow event. lake-effect snow warning in effect, lake geauga, ashtabula, primary snowbelt counties, into pennsylvania where they are going to see more on the order of up to two feet of snow in pennsylvania. traveling 90 is going to be tough.
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watch will bring one to four inches most snow east and well west of us, seneca, portions of ashtabula -- or ashland and mansfield, richland, also getting a wind chill advisory. dangerous wind chills, feelings of as cold as 15 below zero as we make our way through mlk did into tuesday morning. breaks in the cloud deck, snow setting up, we're talking about west winds becoming northwesterly, cold canadian arctic care crousing lake erie's 36 waters, across the water, scoops up moisture slams shoreline and brings snow, 10:00 in the morning starting to see some show up, here's the noon picture everybody is going to share in this, most of the snow is east
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we make our way through the night you can see how widespread it becomes an event that is major lake effect as we head to 6 in the evening, overnight hours, this is mid need -- this is midnight you can see the lake effect so that carries into monday morning commute. 26 if cleveland, 30 at akron, warmest temperatures of the day from here temperatures fall, falling into the teens, 20s, winds pick up, wind gusts in excess of 35 miles per hour, light snow falling temperatures through the 20s, 9 for an overnight low. wind chills well below zero. snow showers, windy, wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour,
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inches, bitter cold wind chills, the snowbelt will see more than four inches, we'll be talking 16 on the high side, doesn't get better tuesday, lake snow winds down around noon, 20 for a high alert days through wednesday, with a risk of snow and 25. 30, 34 and 33, thursday, friday, saturday. we'll be on top of this through the course of the dane the entire event won't wind down -- until tuesday. >> denise: still ahead, by now you know about jethro killed in the line of duty. ahead a look back at the german shepard's short life. pandamonium and the
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you never expect it. >> reporter: chelsea was in the passenger seat of the minivan her fiance was driving, three kids were in the back they swerved to avoid a car in front of them. they ended up in the path after oncoming cement truck hitting another car. >> none of us should have may it. that was horrible. you look at that and automatically think everybody in that car was gone. >> reporter: chelsea was green backwards and ejected out of rear passenger's sliding door. >> i was on top of the door my door was on top of my arm i was on the ground. i could see my children. >> reporter: her three children were still in their car seats but her youngest melanie wasn't moving. they were flown to a hospital in toledo. there, two days later chelsea still on a ventilator just coming out of a medically induced coma learned her daughter didn't make it.
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in the world. and now she's gone. >> reporter: melanie was six months old, she was a fighter, born 10 weeks , chronic lung disease, feeding tube, admitted to the hospital 12 times. >> the fear of losing her was on our mind everyday. you never think it would be a car accident. >> reporter: two children walked away with small scratches and a little bruising. 3-year-old and 1-year-old. >> i've always been big on carseat safety you never know what can happen. >> reporter: her diligence may have saved the lives of madison and matthew. >> you shouldn't have to bury your child. >> reporter: she wants other parents to be educated. specialist. she says, they definitely see
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around to for facing too soon. >> recommendation years ago was a year old and 20 pounds, a lot of people still have that in my. >> reporter: certify techs recommend 2-years-old and 30 to 40 pounds. >> they are five times safer when they are rear facing because of less impact on head and neck. >> reporter: matthew, even though days from turning two was still rear facing. doctors told her if he had been for-facing he would have likely been internally decapitated. >> instead of him being thrown for the back of his seat took all of the force. >> reporter: she was also told madison would have been ejected if the straps on her front facing car seat weren't as tight as they were. >> it was an extremely bad accident and those car seats saved my children's lives. it is hard to share my story, because i relive that accident every did.
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but it is worth it. if i could help one mom, not go through what i've gone through or if i can save one chai's life, it is more than worth it. >> denise: they have a you caring crowd fun funding account but would like to help you can find information on cleveland19.com along with free consultation with a safety tech seen on 19 section. coming back with an up to the minute look at your forecast, which includes plenty of snow. everything you know know to
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tkaoegs >> denise: good sunday morning.
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four americans freed from iran yesterday, including a marine veteran and reporter from the "washington post". the deal was negotiated with the u.s. which in exchange released seven iranians health on sanctions violations. second man in jail for the little italy tacks in december. police arrested david harrison for robbery, the second person arrested in connection with that robbery. a priest was pistol-whipped and robbed in that attack. widespread snow today. we'll let you know what to expect and when, meteorologist jon loufman is standing by right now. i know you are very busy over there. there's a lot going on. >> jon: there is a lot going on. you see our city and our signature building the 708 foot terminal tower looks quiet.
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generally, blustery wet winds today, tonight another one to four, lake-effect snow, 6 to 10 inches local amounts up to 14 inches. mlk day, another one to four. lorain, sandusky may only end up with two inches of snow in this entire event. on the eastside in the primary snowbelt, heavy lake-effect snow. we'll be looking at drifting, blowing snow, snow crossing highways, a difficult go. lake-effect snow warning in effect for the counties in red, lake geauga, ashtabula, off into pennsylvania in pennsylvania they could see up to two feet of snow. lake-effect snow watch in effect for up to six inches of snow in cuyahoga, we have a wind chill advisory in effect for points west, we're talking
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ashtabula, ashland, richland, mansfield, wind chills as cold as 15 below zero. that will be the feeling. last three hours have seen breaks in the cloud deck and snow starting to show up, ottawa, sandusky, seneca, moving into lake erie and huron, here the swath that represents the cold front moving through crossing lake erie's 36 waters, temperatures continue to decline all day, falling into the teens by late in the day, winds picking up, gusts up to 35 miles per hour. current temperatures in the 20s. these are the warmest readings we will satisfy all day. snow will pick up, winds will pick up. we are for a nasty winter weather event. details over the next seven days coming up, stick around for that. >> denise: god a lot of people are off them, i guess.
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the forecast app track radar from your phone or tablet. developing story out of maple heights, a 10-year-old girl is missing. bill safos is live from police headquarters there. bill, what can you tell us right now? >> reporter: well, i just stepped out from inside the police department in maple heights. they are now asking the fbi and bci to join in the investigation for this -- to figure out what happened to this 10-year-old girl, very frightening situation obviously for any family. the family of 10-year-old samirra lucas the night without the little girl in the house. we have a picture, they say she did not have a jacket on and did not have shoes but was
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a yellow striped shirt. that is the description they are giving, she is about four feet tall and weighs about 100 pounds. police in maple heights want to hear from you, if you have any information as to the whereabouts of this little girl. at this point, they are very concerned, so concerned, they have asked the fbi and bci to join in the search for this 10-year-old samirra lucas, any information you might have share it with the police. we'll follow this and bring you the latest within the next half hour bill safos, cleveland 19. >> denise: we'll be checking in with him later. he went above and beyond the call of duty, trained to put his life on the line, when the time came, he didn't hesitate. family and the community laid k-9 jethro to rest thursday we hear from the man whose life
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four-legged partner. >> reporter: officer davis is returning to the scene of the crime, reluctantly. getting very difficult now. >> reporter: last weekend he and his partner were investigating an alarm at this store in canton, ohio. middle of the night and there were signs of a -in. >> we started working through the grocery store. roof door is open. shots fired, shots fired! my partner has been shot! >> reporter: ryan's partner was a german shepard named jethro. he was more than just a police dog. the davis family got jethro at eight weeks he grew up as a family pet and k-9 officer. everyday seamlessly transitioning from pillow to police work and back again. until last weekend when he
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took three bullets. >> i'm here because he did what he did. >> reporter: ryan says the dog saved his life. remarkably, he says he wishes it was the other way around. >> i would trade places with him in a heartbeat. >> reporter: do you mean that? >> absolutely. because i wouldn't have to sit here and suffer over the loss of him. he's left a hole that will never be filled. he gave his life for me. [ bagpipes ] >> reporter: it is hard to imagine owing such a debt with no way to pay it back. this week the city of canton try. they filled their civic center. invited police officers from across the country and honored jethro on what would have been his third birthday. as for the killer, police have a suspect in custody.
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to ryan, who says the only thing that would make this better is making certain his partner is never forgotten. how do you want him remembered? >> the one wore that comes to mind is unconditional. he was unconditionally loyal, loving, supportive. he was a hero. >> reporter: he was a hero, as is any officer who can be this devoted. steve hartman, on the road in canton, ohio. [ taps ] >> denise: a go month me account has been created to buy new k-9 vests for the canton police department. we posted a link on cleveland19.com. in other news, presidential race is more contentious than ever with the two front runners examine changing fire on the campaign trauma. the democratic candidates are
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the debate stage. >> reporter: ted cruz cracked a about his closest rival after getting stuck in an elevator saturday of the battle between cruz and trump is serious. >> today they have another story where he forgot another bank, citibank and he forgot. >> reporter: trump accused cruz of hiding a loan from city bank for his texas senate campaign after cruz admitted he took out a million dollar loan from goldman sachs. trump unleashed half a dozen tweets attacking cruz for his canadian birthplace. >> he has a lot of nervous injury. >> reporter: the candidates are getting ready to face off in south carolina sunday night in the final debate before the iowa caucuses on february 1st. president clinton continues to campaign for his wife,
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who face as unexpected challenge from bernie sanders. the verdict money senator is surging in iowa and maintaining an edge in new hampshire. martin o'malley will join them with time to connect can voters running out. >> denise: stay with khraouz khrouz for dinning coverage. you can you can find the latest updates on cleveland19.com on facebook and twitter. panda lovers have been glued to the national zoo's panda cam since bei-bei was welcomed nearly five months ago. yesterday fans got to see him up close and personal when he may his public debut. he has grown dramatically sis he arrived. -- since he has arrived in late august now almost 20 pounds. >> i've had this day on my calendar for several months.
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bei-bei is the lateness the lone line of pandas born if the u.s.. -- born in the u.s.. >> duchess of cambridge has a new job, sort of. details on the publication she is ginning for a day. >> and this week's romona's kids takes to brunswick. >> jon what is going on in the weather? >> jon: all kinds of things, wind chill watches, advisories,
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>> denise: now a consumer alert this is a warning for anyone still using windows 8, microsoft has ended support for the operating system. all users should up tkphreud
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the 50 million using windows will no longer get updates to block viruses and hackers. you might be able to an individual grocery lines with your phone. diebold of north canton just showed off a self-check-out idea at a trade show in new york. would it allow customers to scan items with their phone as soon as they put them in their cart, then they stop by the machine called the irving and pay with cash or credit card by tapping their phone's mobile wallet. diebold is talking to retailers about a pilot program of the system. more and more schools are stressing writing, some kids are practicing by becoming young journalists. we went to brunswick to meet these talented students. >> reporter: this is the beat. students from 6 to 12th run
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around the county. 11th greater allison moves up to technical manager. >> an amazing program it gives hands on experience starting in 6th grade which is amazing. >> reporter: they've been piling up local, state and national awards. they won $100,000 for their school with a video for a state farm insurance competition. >> believe me it can hurt. >> reporter: they are published in area newspapers and on local websites. alexis is the journalism manager. >> it is something i want -- i want to go into the medical field but communication is an an asset that is necessary in anything you do. >> reporter: 8th grader joseph baxter is in his third year.
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and basketball games. >> i thought would be the coolest thing to go out and say hey worm that is what i learned today. or this is what is going on over here. i never thought that i would have the opportunity to do that and the beat has given me the opportunity to do that. >> denise: it is a good thing a lot of people are off for martin luther king, jr. day we have a lot going on. so busy we can't even chat this morning. >> jon: yes, that was a winter storm warning and we've got plenty. our city is under clouds now the snow has begun to fall west of us. lake geauga, ashtabula counties, all of these counties under a lake-effect snow warning until noon tuesday. local amounts of up to 14
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cuyahoga in yellow, lake-effect snow watch there watching for snow that could build up to one to four inches, some local amounts up to six inches that's why only a watch not a warning. we have wind chill warnings in effect, sandusky, richland, ashland, points west, wind chills as cold as 15 below zero. that's what it will feel lake that's why he fees said it is a good thing most -- why denise said it is good thing most kids have mlk day off. there would be school closings if there is school monday. snow coming in now, this is light stuff, folks west of town this will be a couple of inch event that's all, total of two inches maybe in many spots. east of continue, again up to 14 with lake-effect snow
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six as the minimum. here's the cold weather this is an ash tick front defined by the snow moving in, you can see it making its way into the western tier of ohio. 11:00 in the morning here's the stripe, this looks impressive, but generally light, going to light, west-northwest winds crossing lake erie's 36 waters compared to the air crossing the lake that lake is warm, air is much colder scooping the moisture, dumping it onshore, here's the noon stop, we make our way into the afternoon, stop it at six, starting to set up on the lake effect counties, geauga, ashtabula and carries through midnight, western tier hardly getting anything, if anything at all during that period. as we make our way to monday morning, more of the same,
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by the stripe of snow local bands up to 14 inches of snow in the snowbelt, 26 and 30 at cleveland and akron canton respectively, temperatures falling through the course of the day from the 20s, winds picking up, gusts up to 35 miles per hour both in cleveland and akron canton where temperatures continue to fall, akron canton light snow down to nine, wind chills below zero tonight snow showers, windy, cold for everyone, 16 for a high on mlk day, one to four inches of snow, snowbelt getting appreciably more. we continue with alert days, today, monday, tuesday, tuesday's high 20 more lake-effect snow then, winds down tuesday, leftovers possible wednesday. we have 30, 34, 33, as we head
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afternoon high 34, we are not going to see that until friday of this week. stay tuned we'll weep you -- we'll keep you apprised of any changes. back to denise. >> announcer: time for the buzz. december december add a new role for the duchess of cambridge the wife of prince william will be the royal guest editor for a day of the u.k. version of the huffington post she expected to use the tune toy call attention to the mental health of children, which has been a key focus of the duchess. another look at your forecast, looks like it involves snow, we'll show you how much. >> in cleveland cooks we he
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>> denise: what it takes for the best cut for that you are taste in this week's cleveland cooks. -- >> jen: cleveland cooks giving westside love, we are in avon. everybody who lives on the westside says strip steakhouse has the best steak on the westside. this is the chef, we are not going to the traditional what are we doing? >> we are going to show you our meats. >> jen: what makes the
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buy at a pan grocery stores. -- buy at a -- >> you are going to see the rib eye most prominent this is a what you go from australia. -- we call it the caveman steak we search out some of the best in the world. we downsized it a little to a cowboy steak. this is black angus, prime, usda you see the marbling? this is what creates a flavor profile for the meat. take rib eye one step further, we are going to give you a eye of rib eye a center cut, eliminating the bone, back fat and what we call this gristle area.
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section of the rib eye. >> jen: this is a puzzle i like. >> these are chef's cuts. trim, little fat, marbling still in the meat, nice tender piece of rib eye. tenderloin is the least used muscle on the animal, it becomes the most tenderest. we cut steaks out of tenderloin this is a 6 ounce barrel cut, very little fat just enough to leave flavor will it cooks, very tender piece. these are all coming out of loin part of our cow this is your porter house. the porter house offers a tenderloin section out of this also the strip. last piece of meat is going to be our sirloin, baseball stick this is going -- baseball
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of slip steak i call it -- trueability factor, some just want a nice soft piece of meat this is a butter. we take this out of the way and put some offerings up from strip steakhouse this is your caveman number four-way . -- >> jen: i'm not wasting calories on those potato chips just yet. oh man. i feel like a caveman. >> you a club? >> jen: i think i'll have one when we are done eating. >> denise: i don't know about that big bone, i'm not a fan of that. >> jon: i'm hungry. december december if you would like to see a dish jen make tweet her or send her an
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>> denise: more gun violence. this morning two teens recovering after being shot over the weekend. four americans freed from iran after lengthy secret talks. new details on yesterday's prisoner swap. we are looking at wide snow today. you are looking at radar. what to expect and when. good morning it is 26 right now this is cleveland 19 sunday morning. provided by u.s. captioning company >> denise: good sunday morning.
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meteorologist jon loufman is here this morning with us. morning. i have to thank you for the morning. it will come in handy with the cold weather we have on the way >> jon: use it with hot tea. >> denise: i didn't know we got door prizes. >> jon: you go wait a minute it is not that bad in the 20s, wind picking up yet, it is all about to change. here's the story, simply put, we are going to be dealing with one to four inches of snow today generally, blustery west winds gusts up to 35 miles an hour, tonight one to four, lake snow 6 to 10 inches specifics in a moment. mlk did, one to four, more heavy lake-effect snow, warning in effect for lake geauga, ashtabula,
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noon tuesday local amounts up to 14 inches of snow and some drifts in pennsylvania will be up to two inches -- two feet rather, a lot of blowing and drifting snow as well, roadways that are cleared are going to get covered quickly, why is cuyahoga in yellow? lake effect watch here, half a foot in a few spots. west of us, sandusky, ashland, under a wind chill advisory that through noon monday, wind chills as cold as 15 below zero that would be the feeling if you go out exposed flesh freezes in half an hour with wind chills of 15 below and colder. here the stripe that just begun to show up, light snow west, this will not be a west
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elyria, couple, maybe three inches of snow total in the entire event this is lake effect, arctic air crossing lake erie's 36 waters temperatures taking a tumble through the day into the teens by 5:00, even 6:00, temperatures warmest of the day now, 27 lakewood, 27 at parma and falling. ball details on the upcoming lake-effect snow event in a few as well as the seven day day. >> denise: developing story happening now in maple heights. police say a 10-year-old girl is missing. bill safos is live from police headquarters. bill, anything new? >> reporter: yeah, they consider this young girl just 10 years old an endangered juvenile this is not an amber alert. they think it is important enough that they let us know
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communications office. wanna show you a picture of who we are talking about, zamira lucas, 10 years , four feet tall and a couple inches about 100 pounds, wanna tell you what she was wearing when she was last seen about 2:00 yesterday afternoon. this very important, pink blue jeans, she wasn't wearing a jacket, didn't have shoes. as for the shirt, they say gray and yellow stripes. she disappear, vanished here in maple heights 2:00 yesterday afternoon. they are asking the public anybody with information about this young girl just 10 years old, to call them here, but the new information that just happened within the last hour they've asked the fbi and the bureau of criminal investigations to join in the efforts to find this young girl.
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very seriously here in maple heights of if you have any information, give them a call here at the police department. we will continue to follow this for you. live in maple heights, bill safos, cleveland 19. >> denise: it was a story we broke last night at 9:00, evacuations of several locations because of bomb threats including a wal-mart and target stores. now the fbi is investigating. canton police temporarily evacuated those businesses last night, canton city hall also received a threat investigators were not able to find anything suspicious at any of those scenes. heartbroken family and friends of a 9-year-old who die in a sledding accident gathered last night to remember him. a slideshow played as loved ones grieved inside a great lakes church in amherst. drew was hit by a car while sledding in north ridgeville last week. >> there's something that happened in our world today that we can't comprehend.
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and who can give us supernatural comfort. >> denise: the event was organized last week so church members could pray for drew when he passed the call for prayer became a vigil to honor his life. funeral services set for the mother and to daughters killed in a house explosion in north field center township. visitation will be held thursday at the christ community chapel in hudson from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 6 with the funeral immediately following. cindy and her daughters were found together. the husband was found in another part of that house arson being investigated as murder-suicide. >> second man in jill for the little italy attack that happen in december. place arrested david harrison for robbery, one day after 20-year-old phillips appear in court, accused of pistol-whipping and robbing a
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he pleaded not guilty. >> two more cases of gun violence involving teenagers. 16-year-old girl recovering from a bullet to the ankle it happen on east 91st street police believe it was fired from a pass car. a 15-year-old shot in the leg witnesses say the teenager was in a gun battle with another person when he was hit. paramedics rushed him to khrpbs hospital in critical. detectives are trying to piece together the details. five americans in prison in iran are free as u.s. and iran moved into a new era of relations with a landmark agreement on iran's nuclear program. here's wendy gillette with more. >> reporter: iranian state television announced the news, swap of four americans health in iran in exchange for seven iranians in the u.s. the state
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international arrest notices and charges for 14 iranians. four freed americans are "washington post" reporter, former u.s. marine, american businessman and a pastor whose wife spoke from boys , idaho. >> i told my kids then my parents then i call his parents and his sister, they were all crying. >> reporter: a student was also released as part of a separate agreement. >> they should be on their way to their families before long. >> reporter: the swap was announced hours before the united nations nuclear watchdog the international atomic energy agency certified iran had met its commitments as part of the historic nuclear deal with six world powers. >> iran has under taken significant steps that many and i do -- and i do mean many people doubted would ever come to pass.
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soon the or lifting sanctions that means iran can sell oil on the open market, access to global banking system and the country will recover 100 billion dollars in frozen assets overseas if it is discovered iran is still moving ahead with its nuclear program the deal calls for sanctions to once again be i am -- be imposed. wendy gillette. >> denise: search expanded in hawaii for missing marines, conning training flights late thursday officials believe the two copters crashed into each other the coast guard says there was no may-day call received just word something had gone wrong. dozens of local children spent the night on streets to raise awareness of homeless,
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donations from passers-by, slept in cardboard boxes in front of the church. the children are already up for the day and continuing to get donations. coming up, president obama stepping in since the flint michigan water crisis. >> jen: steak 101 and a caveman sized portion of meat in cleveland cooks, coming up. >> jon: lake snow warnings, watches and wind chill advisories all in effect, i'll let you know who will be kinding -- who will be what
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>> denise: welcome back. the white house has declared a state of emergency for michigan that puts fema and department of homeland security in charge of all relief efforts. this week the governor asked the government for help. flint and sunning areas are infected -- are affected by contaminated drinking water. water, water filters and other related items over the next three months. another tragedy for celine dion her brother has died at the automobile of 59, he had brain, throat and tongue cancer to days after the death of her husband rene who died
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age of 73. a six months old german shepard puppy fell into the water. the dog was frightened and resisted. >> dog was drowning in the ice. >> he went under the ice a couple of times. >> he wasn't happy to see us he was scared and decided to fight us a lot. >> it took several minutes before the pup was rescued of the firefighters say he was cold but otherwise okay. he was later reunited with his grateful owner. >> jon: i'm meteorologist jon loufman in for beth. skies are gray and you are , there's the stripe of snow that is coming across the
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of the arctic front that is slicing across here's lorain, there's elyria, erie, huron, points west, ottawa, sandusky, seneca, all saoeg a little light snow -- all seeing a little light snow now, mainly east, lake geauga, ashtabula, all in re, warning goes until tuesday noon, 6 to 10 inches expected to be falling between now and tuesday at noon with local amounts up to 14 inches. cuyahoga is in yellow, lake-effect snow watch in effect there, up to 6 inches of snow expected here and through noon monday, we have in seneca, richland, ashland and points west, a wind chill advisory for wind chills as cold as 15 below zero.
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15 below zero, if you are out in them it takes half an hour for exposed flesh to begin to freeze, dangerous wind chills that's why the advisory is in effect. there's the stripe, coming through now only the beginning of what will become more and more a lake-effect snow event winds will shift, become west -- westerly then northwesterly. 36 isn't that warm, compared with the air crossing it that warms up the air and allows it to carry more moisture, when it does and hits the shoreline it rises, cools, condenses and slams lake-effect snow across us. working across the great lakes, it will continue by noon all of us sharing in some of it this is going to be a major lake effect -- lake he can event west of cleveland maybe two, three inches of snow for the entire thing. 3:00, equal opportunity, east
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the wind shift will be going on, six most starts to transition east, into the snowbelt, lake geauga, ashtabula, midnight west of town, nothing, a few flurries a inch or less of accumulation in the overnight hours, west of cleveland. 8:00 in the morning, it cranks up across the lake shore, especially lake geauga, ashtabula, where the warning is in effect, 26 cleveland, 29 akron, nothing but falling as we make our way through the course of the day by evening in the teens, falling temperatures, snow, wind, falling temperatures. wind gusts out of the west up to 35 miles per hour, not only here, also gusty winds in akron. light snow, falling temperatures, in the akron canton area, gusty winds with us, wind chills pressureable.
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maybe double figures -- overnight, wind chills appreciableable, wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour, a -- a lot more in the snowbelt, 16 for a high on mlk day, wind chills that are well below zero west winds out of the northwest, 10 to 20, gusting again now up to 35 miles an hour. sunday, monday tuesday, all going to be snowy days particularly by tuesday in the snowbelt, winding down around noon with leftover flurries possible wednesday we are going to alert you all four days through wednesday. thursday, friday, saturday, we start to cop out of the deep freeze, climb -- to come out of the deep freeze, climbing, afternoon high 34, it will be a typical day this week
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hours are going be very eventful especially those in lake geauga, ashtabula and points east heading toward pennsylvania. planning on traveling on 90? plan on a lot of snow, blowing and drifting snow is going to cover the highways that are cleared by the odot crews, this isn't going to help them with the blowing and drifting snow. >> denise: by now you know about jethro, the k-9 killed in the line of duty. steve hartman takes a poignant look back at the german shepard's short life. on a happier note, pandamonium in
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tees >> denise: disney world will be closing a popular attraction the auto show mixes high speed driving with a behind the scenes look at how car chases are filmed. no word on what will replace that attraction. kfc new menu item calling it the biggest spicy chicken innovation since buffalo wings. nashville hot chicken is a combination of taste recipe pays homage to the local favorite it took chefs 50 to 70 tries before they it right.
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this is a monster, 122 feet tall, weighs 70 tons. >> jurassic park. >> reporter: even the movie couldn't dream up something this big. meet one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered now on display in new york city's american museum of natural history. so, just how big is it? >> gigantic. >> very, very big. >> colossal. >> reporter: so big museum staff had to squeeze the beast's 122 foot frame into his new home with a 39 foot long neck the skeleton could peek into a five story tall billing. >> he's taller. >> reporter: further the massive dinosaur might be sensitive about his weight. when it roamed the earth 100
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have tipped the scales at 70 tons, about the same at 10 african elephants. the skeleton on dislay is based off fossils found in argentina two years ago. while scientists haven't formally name this creature yet, one thing is certain. >> i think it is 100 times bigger than me. >> denise: we'll be back with an up to the minute look at your forecast which includes plenty of snow, everything you
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>> denise: good morning. these are the top stories happening now. four americans freed from iran yes, clawing a marine veteran and a reporter from the "washington post".
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the u.s. which in exchange released seven iranians held on sanction violations. second man in jail for the little italy attacks. police arrested david harrison, second an recollectioned in connection with that robbery, a priest was pistol-whipped and robbed in that attack. by spread snow today. we will let you know what to expect and when. first a live look outside where right now we don't see a whole lot of anything. definitely not seeing the sun. the snow on its way. >> jon: the proverbial calm before the storm is what is going on now. it has been great being with you. >> denise: i'd like to see el nino back. >> jon: it is still here but weakening. there are the gray skies denise was talking about.
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be expected generally, blustery west winds, wind chills back a factor today. tonight another one to four. lake snow six to 10 inches of snow, we could see local amounts up to 14 inches, mlk day another one to four and more heavy lake-effect snow, major event mainly lake-effect snow event. lake snow warnings for lake geauga, ashtabula and points east into pennsylvania where pennsylvania is going to get the brunt of the heaviest snow up to two feet. cuyahoga in yellow, we are under a lake-effect snow watch that carries us through monday at noon up to six inches of snow through monday at noon also in seneca, richland, ashland and points west, wind chill advisory for wind chills up to 15 below zero. here's the stripe of snow coming in now, it looks
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relatively unimpressive, west of cleveland. the wind shift becomes westerly, northwesterly lake effect into tonight stripe represents arctic front making its presence felt now that's why temperatures continue to fall through the day in the teens by 5:00 into 6:00, continue to tumble that the single figures overnight. 27 at lakewood, 26 parma, warmest readings we see all day, temperatures continue to fall through, details on what is ahead today, tonight, tomorrow, hour by hour and i'm tracking storms through the seven day, i'll have it for you, coming up. >> denise: stay connected to the weather 24/7 download the from first alert forecast app, track radar from your phone or tablet. we have been following a developing story all morning. mayfeel heights police are
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girl who is missing. bill safos is live from police he had quarters there. bill what is the latest? >> reporter: the latest is the fbi and bureau of criminal investigation is being brought in to help maple heights police locate little samirra lucas. she is just 10 years , and about four feet and a couple inches tall. she weighs about 100 pounds. yesterday afternoon about 2:00 was the last time she was seen. police are very concerned but they say it didn't rise to the concern of an amber alert. however, now they are becoming very concerned, she has been gone all night, obviously her family is very concerned and so are police. that again, the reason they have asked the fbi and bci to assist in the search.
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come forward if they have any information about where this little girl may be and we will continue to follow in for you. again, any information you may have, call maple heights police or the fbi that is also lucas. bill safos, cleveland 19. >> denise: hoping for the best there. he went above and beyond the call of duty. trained to put his life on the line. when the time came, he didn't hesitate. jethro the k-9 was laid to rest thursday. we hear from the man whose life was saved. >> reporter: officer ryan defense is returning to the scene of the crime, reluctantly. >> getting very difficult right now. >> reporter: last weekend he and his partner were investigate ago alarm at this
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mid -- it was the middle of the night and there were signs of a break-in. >> roof door is off. shots fired! shots fired! my partner has been shot. >> reporter: ryan's partner was a german shepard nailed jethro he was more than a -- named jethro he was more then a police dog. he grew up as a family pet and k-9 officer. everyday seamlessly transitioning from pillow to police work and back again. until last weekend when he charged at that burglar and took three bullets. >> i'm here because he did what he did. >> reporter: ryan says the dog saved his life. remarkably, he says he wishes it was the other way around. >> i would tray places with him in a heartbeat. >> reporter: do you mean that? >> absolutely, because i want
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over the loss of him. he's left a hole that will never be filled. he gave his life for me. [ bagpipes ] >> reporter: it is hard to imagine owing such a debt with no way to pay it back. this week the city of canton tried. they filled their civic center, invited police officers from across the country and honored jethro on what would have been his third birthday. as for the killer, police do have a suspect in custody. but that's of little consolation to ryan, who the only thing that will make this better is making certain his partner is never forgotten. how do you want him remembered? >> one wore that comes to mind is unconditional. he was unconditionally loyal, loving, supportive.
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>> reporter: he was a hero, as is any officer who can be this devoted. steve hartman, on the row in canton, ohio. -- on the road in canton, ohio. >> denise: a gofundme account has been created to buy new k-9 vests for the canton police department. we've posted a link on cleveland19.com. the gop presidential race is more contentious than ever with the two front-runners exchanging fire on the campaign trail. democrats are getting ready for a fight on the debate stage. weeia jiang reports. >> reporter: the battle is serious. -- >> today they have another story where he forgot another
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>> reporter: in portsmouth, new hampshire trump accused cruz of hiding a loan after cruz admitted he took out a million dollar loan from gelman sacks. goldman sachs. trump also uncleared >> reporter: president clinton continues to campaign for his wife, hillary clinton who face as unexpected challenge from sanders, surging in iowa and maintaining an edge in new hampshire. former maryland governor o'malley will join them with time to connect with voters running out.
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>> denise: panda lovers have been glued to the national zoo's panda cam since bei-bei was welcomed nearly five months ago. yesterday, an didding fans got to see i am up close and personal. the black and white fluffy bear has grown dramatically since he arrived. now he's more than 20 pounds. >> he's little, isn't it? just a fluff ball. >> i had this day on my calendar for several months. >> denise: bei-bei in the lateness a long line of panda born in the u.s.. the duchess of cambridge has a new job, sort of. details on the publication she is joining for a day. this week's romona's kids takes us to brunswick. >> jon: we are about to begin a while weather ride, i'm
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winds up, i'll let you know
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>> denise: more and more schools are stressing writing. in this week's romona's kids we went to brunswick to meet these talented students.
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students from 6th through 12th grade run channel 22. 11th grader allison moved up to technical manager. >> an amazing program it gives people hands on experience starting in 6th great with which is amazing. >> reporter: they've been piling up local, state and national awards. the students even won $100,000 for their school with a video for a state farm insurance competition. >> believe me it can hurt. >> reporter: the kids are also published in area newspapers and on local websites. alexis is the journalism manage -- manager. >> i want to go into the medical field but communication is an an asset that is necessary in anything you do. --
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baxter is in his third year video taping local football and basketball games. >> i always thought that would be the coolest thing to go out and say hey world this is what i learned today or hey world this is what is going on over here. i never thought i would have the opportunity to do that and the beat has given me the opportunity to do that. >> denise: they want our jobs jonathan. >> jon: and they are good. >> denise: they are great. >> jon: you may see a few flurries we'll be dealing with them as they become more than flurries, light snow, then lake-effect snow here are the specifics. snow showers have begun now cuyahoga, lorain, erie, huron,
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going to be a westside event we have this stripe that is going through and moving off to the east and rapidly being replaced by west winds and snow. lake-effect snow warning in effect to tuesday afternoon, generally 6 to 10 inches of snow, amounts locally up to 14 minutes, -- 14 inches more than a foot. eastern portions of cuyahoga lake-effect snow watch four to eight inches an east of cleveland. again, that watch also carries through tomorrow only. here wind chill advisories in effect for seneca, ashland, richland, wind chills in those counties, as cold as 15 below zero that's what it will feel like to exposed skin if you
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there for any len of time in that kind of wind chill, frostbite begins to set in. the stripe comes across the region, here's the last three hours, arctic front coming through, moving through the entire midwest, generally across the great lakes, lake erie is at 36 , that cold air is much colder, the lake acts as a warm water bottle and affords the cold air to pick up moisture which becomes snow and which would become striped across the region. noon, everybody getting it, stopped at 6:00, more of the same into 3:00, this is 6:00 stop down most of it lake geauga, ashtabula, shades of blue are darker and heavier snow. midnight westside almost nothing it continues through tomorrow morning and beyond the stop down now 8:00 in the morning, lake-effect snow event sets up, heading into
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not out of the question, 26 cleveland, 30 akron, falling through the course of the day, snowfall gusts up to 35 miles an hour, 20s into the teens same akron, canton gusty winds west of town an inch two, maybe three inches in this event going to be a lake effect event, tonight 9 , into the day tomorrow, more of the same primarily lake-effect snow 16, one to four inches, blustery winds, wind gusts 35, 40 mile an hour wasn't an hour wind gusts possible. leftover snow flurries possible wednesday most of this winding down tuesday afternoon, alert days through, thursday, day, saturday, 30, 34, 33, we'll be on top of this, beth will be here to track it, jeff, sam, we are
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we'll have you up-to-date on where this is tracking, who is getting what, when? all coming up throughout the course of the day. stew teened. >> denise: new role for the duchess of cambridge -- royal guest editor for the day of the u.k. version of the huffington post. she is expected to use that tune toy call attention to the mental health of children which has been a key focus of hers. looks like the forecast involves snow like jo tpwharbgs talking about.
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>> denise: strip steakhouse serves up some of the city's best. what makes for the best cut for your tastes in this week's cleveland cooks. of the >> jen: chief lantz cooks giving the westside a -- cleveland cooks giving the westside a bit of love this week. this is chef ron. what are we doing? >> we are going to show you our meats. >> jen: we like to bridge the gap between favorite restaurants and your kitchen table. what makes the difference between what you buy at a restaurant and what you buy at a grocery store.
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cow, the rib eye, this is a wagyu from australia. that's a caveman we call it the caveman steak. we search out some of the best meat in the world. we downsized it a little to a cowboy steak this is black angus beef, prime, usd. you see the marbling, people would call it fat this creates a flavorful -- one step further we give you an eye of rib eye, a center cut, eliminating the bone, back fat and what we call this gristle area. it is the perfect meetiest section of the rib eye that's the section there. >> jen: this is a puzzle i like. >> these are called chef's
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trimmed, very little fat, marbling still within the meat, very nice tender piece of rib eye. tenderloin is the least used muscle on the animal and the most tenderest part of the animal this is a six ounce barrel cut very little fat just enough to leave a little flavor while it goes through the cooking process, a very tender piece of meat. these meats are coming out of the loin part of our cow. porter house offers two options, it offers a tenderloin section which is out of the this. also strip. last piece of meat is going to be our sirloin, that is going to give you the flavor of a strip steak slightly more tender. i call it the chewability factor.
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piece of meat -- jen like a butter. >> this is a butter. this is your caveman, number four wagyu this is how it is prepared, i think this is done medium rare topped with onions and rush rooms served with our house made chips. >> i'm not wasting calories on those chips yet. oh man! i feel like a caveman. that's all right. >> you got a club. >> i think i'm going to have one when we are done eating. >> there you go. >> denise: tkaes now i'm so hungry i -- now i'm so hungry, i can't think straight if there is a dish you would like to see jen make tweet her or send her an e-mail to chief chief -- to cleveland19.com. it is on its way. quick recap on warnings lake-effect snow warning
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inches, up to 14 possible, cuyahoga four to eight inches, 271 corridor with a wind chill voice in effect for seneca, ashland, richland and points west, wind chills as cold as 15 below zero. we are going to be on top of it all, we are tracking snow right now. beth will be in later this afternoon and of course sam in the morning and jeff.
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