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>> you aren't the shooter, are you? and, he said no, and i said, are you sure? and -- and he, um, kind of just said -- no, i'm just tired. hours. >> "q": but when jason dalton's mug shot showed up on the news, the couple was shocked to see their uber driver staring back at them. police say he shot eight people, >> laura: investigators are looking for a motive. it meanwhile the uber driver will be arraigned this afternoon. >> reporter: investigators say 45-year-old jason dalton picked his victims at random, killing
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injuring two others. police say the uber driver began a shooting spree at an apartment complex in kalamazoo, michigan saturday night then killed a 17-year-old and his father at a car dealership and then gunned down four women at a cracker barrel. surveillance video led to dalton's arrest early sunday morning. he's a former insurance adjustor and father of two. he's being arraigned here at the county courthouse monday as investigators search for a motive. >> there is no connection that we are aware of between the three different sets of victims to each other or any of the victims to mr. dalton. >> dalton had no criminal history before the rampage and uber says he passed a background check. investigators say he may have picked up passengers during his shooting spree. mark dutton and his friends say they got nervous when he pulled up in a black chevy h.h.r. matching the one police were looking for. >> said hey, this isn't the h.h.r., you aren't the guy, are you? and he kind of just said no.
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together for a prayer service as they tried to make sense of the senseless. >> laura: the first victim, a woman shot at the apartment complex, is expected to survive and a 14-year-old girl who was shot at the cracker barrel was originally declared dead by doctors until she squeezed her mother's hand. >> "q": a judge will decide today whether a lawsuit brought by the families of the sandy hook school massacre victims can go forward. adam lanza shot and killed 26 people in 2012. nine families and a teacher who survived, are suing companies that make the ar-15 rifle used in the attack. it's a test of a 2005 federal law designed to protect gun makers from liability when their guns are used in crimes. >> laura: and we have a cleveland 19 traffic alert for you this noon and it starts right here. we are talking about the shoreway over on the west side. if this is part of your daily
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this path and you like to head over to edgewater beach or to edgewater park right here, you are going to want to listen up. so what we are talking about are the exit ramps that take you off of the shoreway and the on ramps that take you onto the shoreway right there at edgewater park. those ramps will all be closing for the next 90 days or so while the city works on the beautification project on the improvement project to make it easier for people to get from the shoreway from across our area on to edgewater park. so now what we are talking about with this closure is some big delays and some issues with trying to get there. marked. there are detour signs all over the place in this area. so if you are trying to get to there. difficult. we have all this information on facebook, on twitter, and also on our website and the signs will also be there for you. but remember this closure is in effect until sometime in may when they finish up this project. also, if you come downtown before the sun came up, you
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sky right by progressive field. the indians were testing the colored lights. they are getting ready for baseball season. the bright flashes could be seen as far away as lakewood. >> "q": police have identified the 17-year-old killed in a stolen van crash sunday. a 14-year-old was driving a stolen mini van southbound on east 30th. police say he was speeding and didn't stop at a traffic light at community college avenue, slamming into a nissan sentra. the collision was so powerful, willey workman was ejected from the stolen mini van. he died at the scene. also independence police are investigating the drowning of a six-year-old at a hotel. the cuyahoga county medical examiner says anthony kelly died at metrohealth medical center. police say he was at a birthday party and that the kids were being supervised by a juvenile at the time while the adult who
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hotel room. >> laura: a medina county woman plead not guilty in a deadly hit and run last fall. tiffany polk, also known as tiffany carter, faces a vehicular homicide charge. investigators say she struck and killed a man last november as he was riding his bike on his way to work. and a hinckley township man in court pleading not guilty to killing his brother and sister at the home they shared. bond remains at $1 million. >> "q": bill cosby's wife will be taking the stand today despite efforts by the comedian's attorney to stop it. camille cosby is scheduled to give her deposition in a husband. eight women sued bill cosby claiming he portrayed them as liars after they publicly assaulting them. they are among 50 women accusing cosby of sexual misconduct. he denies doing anything wrong.
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andrews is set to be in court today in nashville. she's suing marriott hotels for $75 million. in 2008, david barrett rigged hotel peep holes and filmed andrews changing her clothes. internet. andrews is accusing marriott of allowing barrett to book rooms right next door enabling him to make the videos. barrett pleaded guilty to criminal charges. >> laura: well there's just one more day until republicans in nevada will caucus and the race is focusing on just a few candidates. >> reporter: fresh off the south carolina primaries, the race for the republican presidential nomination heads to nevada and donald trump is hoping to keep his hot streak going. >> i love to win. don't we love to win? [cheering] >> love it. >> reporter: this past weekend's results in south carolina make this virtually a three-man race between trump, marco rubio, and ted cruz. cruz is making the claim that
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challenge trump. >> it is becoming clearer and clearer that we are the one trump. in deed we are the only campaign that has beaten donald trump. >> reporter: some voters we spoke with like cruz's conservative message. >> i think ted cruz speaks to people like myself who are pro life, not afraid of god in our system and want to return to constitutional values. >> reporter: while rubio is trying to make a main stream appeal to all republicans. >> no one can unite this movement or this party faster than i can. >> reporter: rubio has drawn support from donnie wahlberg who says he's voting republican for the first time. >> i would much rather have a republican tell me something that i don't want to hear than have another democrat tell me every single thing i want to hear just to get my vote. >> reporter: john kasich is looking past nevada to super tuesday. he's campaigning in virginia which votes a week from
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>> "q": two dogs are recovering after falling into an icy lake sunday. this is body-cam video that shows the bath township police rescuing zoe and zeus. their owner says they jumped into the icy lake and couldn't get back out. >> laura: coming up on cleveland 19 news, a health alert now for teens who are taller and heavier. see what those attributes put them at greater risk for. >> "q": and surfaces all over a hospital room can breed bacteria, even your doctor unwittingly could put you at risk of infection. see what you might want to clean yourself with after you visit a hospital coming up next. >> laura: plus, after backlash several years ago, american girl is introducing a new girl of color. see what nationality this doll
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>> laura: now a health alert about taller, heavier teenagers. new data suggests they may be at greater risk of developing nonhodgkin's lymphoma. israeli researchers tracked more than 2 million adolescents and found overeight and taller than average teens face a 25% higher risk of cancer of the lymphatic system later in life. >> "q": every year, tens of thousands of americans die from infections they pick up at hospitals. you can protect yourself and your loved ones during your next
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had a knee replacement in 2013. two days later she knew something was terribly wrong. >> i started to have bouts and attacks of diarrhea and it just wasn't going -- i was in the bathroom every two minutes. >> reporter: she picked up a life-threatening infection called c-difficile while recovering in the hospital. >> you aren't eating, dehydrated and losing tremendous amounts of weight. >> reporter: it's estimated one in 25 patients contract an infection from the hospital and tens of thousands die every year from those infections. betsy mccoy created a committee to address this. she says patients need to be pro active and protect themselves. most importantly, make sure visitors and doctors wash their hands before coming near you. >> it's hard to do. patients are intimidated by white coats and nurses' uniforms but you could be saving your life by asking them to do that. >> reporter: also, doctors should wipe their stethoscopes in between patients.
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>> wiping down surfaces can reduce infections by as much as 80%. >> pull them out and wipe the high touch surfaces. by that i mean the bed rails, the over the bed table, the call button, the television clicker. >> reporter: other steps patients can take -- choose a hospital and surgeon with low infection rates and days before surgery, bathe with hexadene soap which can remove bacteria that may be on your skin. she calls her experience a big wake-up call. >> i think hospitals make an effort as far as keeping a hospital as sterile as possible and i think more needs to be done. >> she says patients need to be their own best advocates. >> laura: well, straight ahead on cleveland 19 news at noon, american girl release as new historic doll. see what time in our country's history her story will represent. >> samantha: and we take a live look outside now, hope you are having a great monday.
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from the weekend over into your monday. not the temperature, but, the sky conditions at least. feizel roofing camera showing you beautiful blue sky. we will take an in-depth look at the forecast for the rest of the day and look ahead to a soggy wednesday coming up in a few
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>> laura: american girl is
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anniversary by releasing a new historical doll this summer. >> "q": yeah and she's called melody alison, the third african american doll in its be forever historical line. she's a nine-year-old growing up in detroit during the 1960s civil rights era who loves to sing, uses her voice to make a difference. >> why did it take 'til 2016 to see a doll that is representative of you know, arguably one of the most important periods for african americans today? >> well, we do approach every character very thoughtfully. so this isn't something that we rush into. we aren't looking to address critical demand. we are looking to tell stories in the most authentic and genuine way that we possibly can. >> "q": to ensure her story was authentic, american girl formed a six-panel advisory board made up of historians and educators, including late civil rights activist julian bond. >> laura: they put a lot of thought into this obviously. >> "q": yes.
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timeliness of everything. >> "q": and it's black history month. all the better to them. i also heard they are coming up with a special weather line and that sam roberts might have her own doll very soon. >> samantha: they already have a the american girl doll. i have a samantha doll. eyes. so, wouldn't it be nice if we could all have a doll that looked like us? >> laura: i don't think there's a laura. >> samantha: there was no laura, but there was an abbey and molly. anyway, those are great toys. right? ok. temperatures, a little bit weekend. 37 at 3:00. i do think some of you will still be in the low 40s at that point. 33 at 6:00 and then we continue to fall into the 20s throughout the evening. like this. let's take a look at it. 26 for your overnight. that's where we will be early tomorrow morning.
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40s. little on the breezy side from time to time. but, a pretty quiet day by right? we have had a nice little break in inclement weather. saturday was nice, sunday was nice, and today's been pretty nice, too. but -- you know the stretch of nice weather can't last forever. so what's next. let's take you to the middle of the week. wednesday into thursday, that is when we anticipate your next, we will call it inconvenient weather a event. weather that will impact your day whether it's just turning on the windshield wipers or having to take an umbrella with you. first alert that we've got big low pressure that will be tracking for you at the middle of the week. and, that will bring us rain
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temperatures are still going to be pretty mild through the middle of the week so we won't be seeing any snow on wednesday. just rain. but we should start to get colder air throughout the day into thursday night. that will give us a little transition from rain to snow throughout the day on thursday. and, some of this could stick. we could see a couple of inches of snow. we will call it accumulating snow for thursday. so, we will definitely be watching that. especially since it was like 67 on your saturday. so, this is quite a change. right? by friday, a chance for a few lake-effect snow showers and, weather. looks like we will be a little warmer. look how cold the end of the week -- low 30s, but we will get a little warm-up for the weekend. >> "q": as long as it's in the >> samantha: well today's the >> "q": i'm fine. i can handle this. when it gets into the tens -- >> samantha: we don't have any of that in this forecast. >> laura: i want a pretty of
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>> "q": can we have another 67, please? 67! >> samantha: i know. it was nice. windy, but it was beautiful. >> "q": worked for us. >> laura: all right. thanks, sam. well, when a three-year-old was embarrassed about her super hero costume day at her nursery school, her dad did the only thing he could think of to ease her fears. this is it right here. daddy arnold dug out an old super man halloween costume and walked into a class right along side her. little phoebe thought people at school with laugh at her because batman was a boy super hero. her dad told her it just doesn't matter what anyone else thought just as long as she was happy. >> "q": i love these daddy stories. yeah, that it's super. >> laura: you would do the same thing in a heart beat. >> "q": i love my baby girl. >> laura: has him wrapped around her finger. >> "q": i love daddy stories. we have another super dad story
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>> laura: remember this woman? battling to get ready for bed. it was exhausting watching it. coming up, dad takes on the challenge of getting the themselves.
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>> "q": all right, well they call heard a super mom when corey lynn white took on the task of getting her toddlers and triplets ready for bed all by herself. take on the task. who did it faster? well dad dan gibson accepted the challenge getting his eight-month-old triplets and two-year-old daughter ready for bed by himself. who did it faster? well, dad. but he had an advantage. now his sleepers had zippers instead of the snap pajamas like mom had. so -- >> "q": oh, whatever. >> laura: if you ask me, i think he's cheating. >> "q": dads just know what to do. >> laura: sippers are easier than snaps. those snaps are tough. >> "q": good dad, job. good job. >> laura: i'll say good job,
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easier. >> "q": i think they should be carpeted floor. >> laura: if they roll around on the bed. i want to try it. >> samantha: what's happening out there for the rest of the day, skies gorge juice today, we top out in the low 40s. tomorrow similar but more clouds. middle of the week week is when things get dicey with rain and then snow. so, we are ready for that. >> "q": well listen, thanks for joining us this noon. the young and the restless is up >> laura: we will see you have a great day. hey cleveland, i'm larry macon jr. copastor of the mt. zion church of oakwood village and state university. it's february, a month in which we recognize black history. also known as african-american history month, a time when all americans pay tribute to those black americans who have worked tirelessly to make our nation what it is today.
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scientists, political leaders, doctors, lawyers, all proud americans who believed in the concept of preserving the rights and freedoms we possess and still fight for today. the concept was proposed right in our backyard. in february of 1969, a group of young students from kent state university came up with the idea. that proposal later became officially recognized by the u.s. government in 1976 when president gerald ford urged americans during the month of february to "seize the opportunity" to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history. so i urge you to "seize the moment." let's give credit where credit is due and pay tribute to those who have done great things for mankind. let us honor and thank those americans of our past who worked hard and made sacrifices for our country - all for the furtherance of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. i'm larry macon jr. and that's
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>> adam: you sacrificed your own grandson to prove how ruthless you can be. congratulations. >> victor: do i need to remind you that that luca santori guy was able to blackmail you more than once -- in fact, twice -- by threatening you to expose noah's bad behavior? well, i eliminated that, all right? and that peacock and his family will follow. >> adam: well, i wouldn't get too cocky if i were you. luca's on to you and marco annicelli, so that threat is still alive. >> victor: not for long, okay? >> adam: okay. what's the plan? >> victor: i want you to step back. >> adam: you want me to step back, whether i want to or not. >> victor: i don't want you involved in what is about to come down. >> adam: mm. grind your own flesh and blood, that way you don't break a sweat.


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