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skies, maybe you'll see a shooting star. open the windows and enjoy pleasant start to the new workweek and the heat and humidity as shelby said builds and a few midweek storms that could help us with our rainfall deficit. look how we tumble through the night, into the 70s, down to the 60s. hour-by-hour i'll take you through tomorrow and the next seven days including the hope for rain. it's all coming up. >> you can also follow conditions for the week ahead with the cleveland 19 news first aweather app for your smartphone or for breaking news out of cincinnati. police shot and killed a man accused of robbing a store there. they say he held a knife to a security officer's throat. police killed the man when he ran toward them. the investigation is only just beginning. even more breaking news this cleveland. police investigating a shooting outside of a store. this one happened inside the family dollar at west 117th and bellaire. a witness tells us a man was
to confirm the details. well, family and friends remembering a cleveland man. the father of two was killed outside a popular club in the warehouse district. shanice dunning is live in cleveland and just a heartbreaking violence here, shanice. >> reporter: yeah, shelby. i'm here with a lot of hurting friends and family right now as they mourn the loss of 29-year-old zachary larny, the father of two, the euclid father of two who died after being beat here a little more than a week ago. tonight his family and friends are having a vigil for him, that's getting ready to get started. you can see about 30 people here around me. these are people from, you know, his high school, people he worked with, his friends and family, on the way to just remember his life. i'm told he was a very happy and friendly person, not violent at all, which is why a lot of loved ones are surprised by the way he died a little more than a week ago. he was at rumor nightclub and was involved in some type of disagreement with someone.
the club, we're told by his family members that someone followed him and that they beat him unconscious. and this past friday he did pass away from his injuries. police did arrest two people and we know that they've been charged, but probably be re-charged after his death. while we plan to talk to the owners of rumor and get a little more information about who is liable in this situation and also talk to his family about the man he was. for right now getting answers in downtown cleveland, shanice dunning, cleveland 19 news. t another vigil in cleveland for the victim of a deadly beating. the body of shawn mockby was found in a parking lot off west 130th street. he identified himself as a woman, his family fears his lifestyle may have contributed to his death. two serious accidents this weekend involving motorcycles. the drivers in both crashes were killed. the first one happened on route 84 in, a ash -- in ashtabula
and then in the second crash was in lorain. police say a car failed to yield and the driver then hit the motorcycle. 28-year-old anthony davis of lorain was killed. the driver of the car was questioned and later released. reports tonight that the husband of sharon bud has died. randy bud spent the past two years caring for his wife. heshe was the perry teacher neay killed when a teen threw a rock randy bud was 55 years old. developing details after 24 people overdose at a music festival. a michigan man now behind bars. he's accused of passing out t.h.c.-laced candy. denise zarrella is getting answers on how police made this arrest. >> if you look, this is what we have actually found. >> reporter: richland county sheriff's department captain holds up a small bag of
by police. investigators say 24 concert-goers at the e.s.t. music festival, held in butler, were suddenly in need of medical help after eating the candies. t.h.c. is the main mind-altering part of marijuana. >> they were just having discomfort, not feeling normal. no specific things that we could link to any particular treatment. that's why we contacted medical control. >> reporter: hours after the bad reactions to the candy, another concert-goer saw something that would help the for police said she snapped them, because she noticed this guy reaching into his backpack and pulling out candy packets that were similar to the ones that sent people to the hospital earlier. police later arrested 28-year-old matthew lee gross of michigan, charged him with drug raving. according to police, a security guard from the festival located gross. he told police they could search his bag. inside they found drug paraphernalia and a packet of the candy that matched the
t.h.c. two of the same packets were found in one of his pockets. investigators say gross initially said he picked up the packets from off of the ground. police didn't buy that. askingquestions and getting answers, denise zarrella, cleveland 19. >> all people who had side effects from the candy are now okay. gross is being held in the richland county jail. today was the 17th annual police memorial motorcycle rally. it started in cleveland, moving to akron, before ending twinsburg. this is video from the past ride. more than 700 riders paid tribute to experts killed in the line of duty. well, a new poll is out this evening and the presidential sweepstakes and it gives hillary clinton an eight-point lead over donald trump. wendy gillette is covering campaign 2016. >> reporter: donald donald trums support is sliding after a rough week. a new "washington post" abc news poll finds the republican nominee has the support of 42%
50% for hillary clinton. according to a cbs news battleground tracker poll, clinton is also ahead of trump in key swing states, up by 12 points in virginia, two points in nevada. but trump is hoping to make up ground monday in detroit, where he'll give a speech on the economy. his plan is to slash corporate taxes from 35% to 15%. clinton will offer up her own vision for the economy on thursday. she's hoping to move attention away from her use of a private secretary of state. the issue resurfaced sunday with news that iran executed an iranian nuclear scientist, who was also a u.s. spy in >> in the email that were on her private serve, conversations among her senior advisers about this gentleman, that goes to show just how reckless and careless her decision was to put that kind of highly classified information on a private server. >> reporter: clinton's running mate came to her defense. >> i have heard hillary clinton
i've been sitting next to her and when i have watched her on tv, with respect to the emails, i made a mistake. >> reporter: wendy gillette for cbs news, new york. >> both candidates will present their economic plans this week in the battleground state of michigan. ohio governor john kasich is breaking his silence. he sat down with jake tapper on cnn, explaining why he didn't attend the g.o.p. national convention last month in cleveland. >> i didn't go because i just manners. you know, if i went prepared to go and get up and endorse a nominee, i just thought it was inappropriate to go into that convention hall. >> kasich refused to say whether he would vote for trump in november, but he did say he will not vote for hillary clinton. thousands of people gathered today in lake county for the fest. the one-day festival was sponsored by the catholic diocese. it was packed as you're seeing
a catholic mass is set for tonight followed by fireworks. >> >> the world it's largest touring grill was also at the fest. check it out. the big taste grill is 65 feet long and weighs 53,000 pounds. it can grill up to 2500 brats in just an hour. oh! and today was also the 12th annual warehouse district street festival. the street was blocked off for live music and all kinds of delicious food. there were also street contest. more than 12,000 people attend this event every year. coming up on cleveland 19 news, getting answers in the skydiving tragedy. the parachutes failed to open. plus, a shark surprise for some fishermen and they got right trd to quite the show on the water. >> announcer: get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app, powered by the calvetta brothers floor
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members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. might be against you being able to come home. donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way. he's unfit to be president.
>> announcer: live from cleveland's news center, driven by don joseph toyota in kent, this is
cleveland 19 news. >> shelby: a horrifying tan tum parachute jump in northern california, two skydivers killed when the chutes failed to open. police said the bodies were found in a vineyard. the federal aviation administration is now investigating.
attack in an oklahoma city parking lot. police say a man was selling his hives when the lid somehow got loose. it sent the bees into a frenzy. the swarm sent three people to the hospital. we're told with minor injuries. a billboard turning heads over its anti-isis message. check it out here. some drivers near chicago are offended by the wording. the sign is the work of a non-profit group, which is dedicated to changing the way muslims are portrayed in the media. >> hold on! [laughter] >> shelby: wow! a big surprise for fishermen off the coast of san diego. you see it. there they hooked a huge shark. it jumped from the water several times. the shark eventually broke off the line, 20 minutes later and then went on its way. what a sight! >> jon: i'm not sure i would want to take a look out of that one. let me tell you. it was gorgeous today. you just can't think of enough good things to say about how beautiful the weather was.
decorative clouds across the sky. this is what you call a fair sky. you can see it from 22,000 miles up as well. very, very pretty picture as the time stamp slips by. but not much in the way of cloud cover and all of ohio enjoying this beautiful summer day. and except for the fact that we need some rain, everything was perfect about it. and who needs it on sunday. we'll slide for the 70s, down into the 60s, overnight low temperatures will hover around 60 degrees, give or take a couple, as starry skies include the possibility of maybe a shooter star, perseid meteor showers peak on the 11th and 12th. we have 87 in new philly. way south. 82 at cleveland. 84 at akron. everybody reporting fair skies across the board, it's been that way all day. as we head into the night, starry, pleasantly cool, we'll dip down to around 60, canadian-is taking the credit for the northeast breezes and
59 at akron with fair skies. open the windows and enjoy. this is going to be about as good as it gets in the middle of august. and no fan or air conditioner required. headed on to the lake tomorrow, there's going to be a bit of a chop, because the northeast wind is going to continue. it will build a little bit. but the water temperature is at 78. i tell you to go in jump in the lake, taking a dip is not a bad idea. although again a bit of a chop on lake erie. we head into a day that more sunshine than clouds. we'll add a couple of degrees. we hit 83 today and go 85 tomorrow. breezes out of the northeast. it will remainvery pleasant through the day tomorrow and then the changes begin. on tuesday you'll notice an increase in humidity. it will feel a little bit more sticky. 88 as sun in the morning gives way to more and more clouds in the afternoon and evening hours. by night the possibility of a shower or thunderstorm enters the weather picture and here we go again.
we've had 18 days so far with 90 or hotter. on thursday, on friday, pop-up storms will alert you to each day from wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday. rainfall deficit now more than . we can use anything in the way of rain. but get this much heat and this much humidity and something could pop that may be strong or even severe. of course, we'll be on top of it. tracking it all as it moves through here midweek. but thunderstorms. a few storms possible on saturday. these are going to be more of the scattered variety. as we head down to 86 degrees. and on sunday, sorry, it's a weekend. i know. and a few showers and thunderstorms expected then as well. as we top at 83. but that's seasonable. that's where we should be this time of year, shelby. so hope you enjoyed today. if you can possibly do, it play hooky tomorrow. take the day off. you know, call in, whatever you call in. >> shelby: we're used to this
>> jon: i know. i don't like to get used to it. >> shelby: hey, you said play hooky. >> jon: if you can. >> shelby: good thing i have tomorrow off. >> jon: very good. >> shelby: all right. what's coming up in sports? >> straight ahead the indians haven'ting -- haven't exactly been hot lately. a day of a historic announcement. i'll get i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, trump: "these were made, i don't know where they're made. but they were made someplace. but they're great. it's ties, shirts, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.? letterman: ?where are the shirts made?? off-camera voice: ?bangladesh.? letterman: ?bangladesh.? trump: ?well, it's good. we employ people in bangladesh." letterman: ?ties? where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china."
>> announcer: now this is the serpentini chevrolet sports report on cleveland 19 news. >> mark: the indians are looking to win a series today in new york. something they have not done much of lately. heading in today she -- they had won one of the last four series fourth inning 2,-0. cranking the 13th of the year. he crushed the tribe this season. later in the 5th, rbi double to left. that would bring home ellsbury, it was 3-0 yanks. he was outstanding. six inning, six hits, one run. he struck out eight. yankees win it 3-2. tribe just could not overcome tanaka. >> every time we try to pull him, kind of played in his hand. we didn't make very many mistakes. you know, got his pitch count up a little bit. and had a couple chances.
good pitcher. like i said even on day when he wasn't overpowering, he knows how to pitch. >> this is a tough day. i love this game. and i love this team. and today i'm saying good-bye to both. >> mark: that was before today's game, a-rod announcing friday will be his last game. it will be at yankees stadium against tampa. after that he will be released and serve out the rest of his contract as a spe who will report directly to hall steinbrenner. that's one expensive adviser. rodriguez has played in parts of 22 seasons, a three-time m.v.p., a 696 career home runs. this year he's 3w59ing .204. it's time for him to go. >> no athlete ever end his or her career the way we want to. we all want to keep playing forever.
accepting to end gracefully is want when we want. the browns are back today. they were in columbus playing against themselves. orange and brown scrillage. quarterbackswere the topic afterwards. >> oh, i'm close. very close. and we'll know here pretty soon exactly what we're doing. i'm going to go back the people that i trust, that i spend a lot of time with, making these kind of decisions and we'll move forward. >> i'm excited to be here in cleveland. everyone is hungry to turn this thing around. 2 starts with the quarterback and you have to make sure you're on point every single day. so that guys can follow their leader. >> mark: last night in the olympics, team usa basketball wiped out china 119-62. kevin durant led the way with 25.
finish with five assists and 12 points. news out of canton today, ad jam scheckter is reporting the hall of fame game not being played. they're redoing the whole stadium field. the packers and colts are both feeling unsafe with that field. they might have to cancel it. not sure what's going to happen yet. >> mark: twitter, facebook, all that good stuff. >> shelby: all right.
>> jon: yeah, even if you have to will be beautiful weather-wise. take a look at the graphic, we're heading into the mid-80s. a very pleasant day monday. we add some humidity and a few degrees on tuesday. then the heat and humidity crank wednesday, thursday, friday. up around 90. a chance of a shower, thunderstorm each day. saturday and sunday better chances. 86 and 83. but we need the rain. >> shelby: we need the rain so bad. the grass is so dry. >> mark: it's dead. it's all dead. >> shelby: i saw someone mowing the lawn the over day and
>> jon: the corn, the soybeans. >> shelby: thank you so much. a guest voarl is -- editorial is next. we're also at 9:00 on cle 43. have a great night. >> announcer: now this is a cleveland 19 news editorial. >> hi, i'm becky madigan with volunteers of america of greater ohio. school supplies are a part of the building blocks of a child's education. by for school, we're helping them to prepare for the future. right now we are teaming up with cleveland 19 news to help kids head back to school with the supplies they need to succeed. operation backpack is a campaign to give children in northeast ohio the essential tools to start their school year. backpacks, notebooks, pencils and crayons. you may have seen cleveland 19 news and our volunteers heading out and collecting donations in different locations in our community. but you can also help right from
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i got shot down over vietnam and spent eleven months in a pow camp. what donald trump said about our members of the military being captured is a disgrace. he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. when
you fly over enemy territory, the odds might be against you being able to come home. donald trump doesn't understand the weight of sending americans into harm's way.
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