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>> denise: we have questioned the spending of a local mayor. now cleveland 19 is investigating her boyfriend. now paul orlousky is getting answers have been able to vote for her. first tonight streets burrow high school has named a replacement for a suspended marching band director. >> romona: this after some students were involved in hazing, but not everyone is happy with the superintendent's decision. sara goldenburg is getting answers on why that is from portage county. >> a lot of developments out of the school board meeting in streets burrow at the interim building. i can tell you that band
tomorrow. take a look behind me. these are students and parents out here in support of the band director and the assistant director hoping they will get their jobs back. in the meantime i can tell you they did approve an interim band director who was the former band director at kent state. this is temporary and we are seeing he will be making about $190 a day to fill in. filled the room holding up signs in support of gretchen we ever and shane e llsworth. they interviewed a dozen students and con officialed hazing took place at band camp. allegations are pushing students into a class lake at night and mocking students during a skit and tieing up students with plastic wrap. we spoke with a parent who is a chaperon at band camp this year. he said the allegations are over blown.
would come down with a band on their wrist to help with who can and can't swim. in addition when they are down there doing it at night there are chaperons on the beach monitoring things. >> reporter: several band students told school board meetings that events were optional and chaperons were there the whole time. there were pictures of students practicing on her front yard since practice was canceled >> the only thing that has made these students feel disheartened and belittled and bullied is we are not permitted to march on our own home field. >> reporter: we are told the interim band director could start as early as tomorrow and if that's the case students could be back at band practice. in the meantime the assistant director are on paid administrative leave. getting answers, sara goldenburg, cleveland 19
>> tiffani: . >> denise: now to breaking news. a teacher and coach will not be facing any charges for inappropriate conduct with two students. that teacher has since retired from the school district. we left a message from the police chief on why charges will not be filed. we'll report back with what he says. ken den and two ole limb pea rennes who claim they were robbed at gunpoint were not allowed to rn they pulled them off their plane which was bound for the u.s. we just learned ryan lochte has changed his story. he told nbc news that the gun was pointed in his direction and not at ace head. a judge wanted to keep lochte in the country, but he had already flown home to florida. >> romona: hillary clinton was in cleveland today stomping for a vote in what she called
of the details of her plans. >> chris: ramona, 83 days until the november election. the former secretary of state took aim at donald trump and also said she wants to make the tax system in the u.s. more fair . >> we are going to tax the wealthy who made all of the income gains in the last 15 years the super wealthy, the corporations, wall street, they are going to have to invest in education and in skills training and in infrastructure because we have to grow this economy. >> mrs. clinton toured the new john marshall before her 1350e67. before her speech. she said some will be invested to build our nation's futures she says. the former first lady also came together with paul
the former beatle in town first of two soldout shows at the q. ramona? >> romona: chris, thank you. and starting on friday you will see commercials for donald trump. the republican nominee has bought air time here in ohio and other battleground states. mr. trump did not air any commercials during the primaries. he spent just $8 million to promote his campaign. stay with cleveland 19 for continuing coverage on campaign 2016. we are constantly updating our website on the race to the white house. >> denise: a new study just found colleges in the cleveland and akron area have the third highest report of bedbugs. four other ohio cities were ranked in the top 15 as well including dayton, columbus, cincinnati and toledo. so we are getting answers for you on what you can do if your son or daughter doesn't see an infestation.
mattress, pillow and a box spring cover for them. thoroughly scan their room on move in day for any type of bedbugs. inspect their textbooks too. believe it or not, they can hitch a ride on those books. never leave any jackets, backpacks or clothing on the floor. >> denise: when you hear the word lindale you think of the most ma for yous speed trap. >> denise: if you got a tuck et sting in your wallet. where does the money go? you may be surprised at some of the answers we got on some of the spending practices of a mayor who rules from outside the city. paul is digging deeper into his investigation and tonight getting more answers. >> anything else other than the road conditions? >> reporter: she admitted she spends a lot of time at the cleveland home of her boyfriend. he is the village prosecutor appointed by the mayor.
pay is $15,500 plus $100 an hour for court time. travel time is $40 an hour. any paralegal time is billed at $75 an hour. our initial investigation showed the mayor spends little or no time in lindale. water records show long periods of time where no water was used. at times months on end. the charter says the mayor must be a village resident and has to be a resident of the village before his or her term of office. only village council can remove the mayor and there is no movement to do that. we now have questions about randy baker's candidacy. >> does andy vote here? >> i don't understand your question. >> has he voted in the city of lindale? >> yes. >> do you live here? >> my registered address is
paul andrew baker or andy was registered to vote at the mayor's address at the avenue of peace in lindale. but baker changed his registered voting address to the cleveland address where he actually lives. there is nothing in the lindale charter that says the prosecutor needs to live there, but as an attorney baker is an officer of the court. is voting where you don't live illegal? >> you changed your gi >> no comment. once again, no comment. >> reporter: baker wouldn't answer our questions and the secretary of state oversees the elections and told us the local board of elections or the county prosecutor would have jurisdiction in a place like this. >> once again no comment. >> as an officer of the court are you committing fraud? >> no comment. >> reporter: the no trespassing sign is new since our last visit. there are several questions now. obviously the mayor's
baker's voting record and a third question what was a city employee doing at the mayor's house? in recent day there's was renewed activity at the mayor's home. it shows the village service director working on electric lines to the home. a log at village hall shows he was on his job with the village at the time. he actually listed the mayor's address as his job site. should he be looking at the mayor's home? it is another in a long list of questions about questionable practices in getting answers cialght doctor -- getting answers, cleveland 19. >> romona: they have not met since the june 7th meeting, the next scheduled meeting is next month and paul will be there getting you even more answers into his investigation. >> denise: starting on sunday get ready to pay more for your smartphone's data plan if you are an at&t customer. it is part of the company's efforts to simplify their cell phone plans.
plans can expect to see a $5 to $10 a month increase. but they will get a reduction in the access charges. for example you will now pay $30 a month for just one gig of data, but will get a $5 reduction for each line in access fees. that will be a net increase of $5 a month. >> romona: want to tell you about wal-mart. they are recalling a storybook dresser because they can injure or even kill a young child. if youe dressers, the consumer product safety commission says to stop using it right away. we have more information on the recall on our website including how you can get a full refund. >> denise: looking ahead to tomorrow, cedar-point are making a big announcement at 10:00 a.m. a lot of people think they will be expanding their soak city water park. as soon as they make that announcement, you can fiend the details on our cleveland
>> jeff: i'm first. the feazel roof cam in downtown cleveland. we are all dry and there is like one little shower i will show you on doppler max coming up. more importantly we have a big weekend change on the way. details on that straight ahead. >> romona: can your weight influence your chances of developing cancer? tonight we are getting on why overweight women are more at risk. >> denise: plus school is starting back up and tonight's scammers are targeting college students. next, what you need to know so you or your child don't become a victim. >> get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app. powered by the calvetta brothers floor show.
live from cleveland news center driven by don joseph toyota in kept this is cleveland 19 news. >> romona: a warning for college students and their parents. scammers are targeting you and you may not even know it until it is too late. tiffani tucker is getting answers tonight on what you need to look out for. >> this is definitely going on and it is a problem that needs to be fixed. >> shooy says she is always on
someone calling and posing as the irs and looking to collect a debt. >> there is no way they would really call me and tell me this. i googled it and they said that, oh, other people have been experiencing this too. >> reporter: the chemical engineer student said she knew better than to fall for it, but there are plenty of other students who do fall for scams. they are sending out a warning along with the better business bureau, students beware for scammers on the prowl. many are using the students' college e-mailre college students. >> they recently got calls for those who were taken for a ride with a scam promising a job and then out thousands of dollars. >> they would send uh check for $2,000 and you were to deposit it in your bank and take out 300 and buy some office supplies you need for
>> that check bounced. you have to pay hundreds of dollars in taxes to get it. and a student finds an apartment on-line and then the so-called landlord asked them to wire a down payment only to find out the rental was bogus. it is a simple lesson. do your research. if it sounds too good to be true, then it is. >> people are coming up with many different ways to steal your money. >> the better business bureau is working on a new device on-line to it is a one-stop shop that will give consumer tips. with more information on that head to our website, cleveland 19.com. >> romona: i want to talk about the myth. elderly people fall victim to these scams most often. a better business bure roughy study says -- bureau study says that's not the case. 11% of seniors who reported a scam lost a money. those ages 18 to 24 were three
in to the scam. >> denise: there is a new warning for people to keep children stave in strollers and carriers. accidents send them to the hospital eep and every year m they found 361,000 children ages five and younger went to the er for stroller or carrier-related injuries. that's about two children every hour. topping the common injuries are children falling from the stroller or carrier followed by the products tipping over. and we are getting answers on how to keep your kids safe of the first make sure they are buckled in the stroller. always lock the wheels to prevent them from rolling away. never hang heavy bags or purses from the handles and always use two hands when pushing a stroller. >> romona: a new study suggests the longer a woman is
likely she will get cancer. the world health organization looked at seven-day forecast women and for every decade a woman is overweight and obese her risk for cancers like breast, kidney or colon cancers go up 7%. >> denise: and speaking of breast cancer, every 10 days a northeast ohio woman finds out she is fighting the disease. cleveland 19 is a proud sponsor of the susan g komen race for the cure. we need your help. you can sign up for team 19. we have a link on our website. registration starts at 6:00 a.m. the survivor ceremony starts at 8:00 a.m. with the 5k immediately after. i know, ramona, this is a cause near and dear to your heart. you are the honorary chair for what now? >> 19 years. it has been a long while. each step we take hopefully is a step closer to finding a
if you time up for team 19 not only will you get some of these nice t-shirts, you will also get a pink wig. >> a pink wig here. >> and also one of these scarves you can use in moment pell ways ways -- in multiple ways. you can use it as a neck scarf. >> there is no telling what you will do with it. >> i will do the wth that to the ladies. >> i don't have permission. all right, let's look at the satellite and radar. for the most part 99.9% of the area is dry. i actually removed the showers from the forecast. then right here this once was a little downpour west of the area.
street level and there is route 700. the extreme southern part of giaga county getting a little bit of rain. if there is anybody watching right now from hoover road in southern giaga county, please let me know if you are getting that shower. the muggy meter tonight and tomorrow and friday. we stay muggy. sunday is when the change happens. 85 is the high today and 85 and6 a small what happens of a pop up shower -- a small chance of a pop up shower. the risk is less tomorrow than what it was today. not as much coverage. saturday 83. a better opportunity of showers and storms. and then here comes the front. best risk on saturday night for the rain. and then sunday after morning showers low 70s and that will be the start of quite the change around here. yellow alert well be on saturday. not widespread severe, but if
saturday afternoon keep in mind we will have scattered thunderstorms here popping up. heavy rains and perhaps gusty winds. pretty mild tonight and most areas will slip into the 60s. 74 in cleveland and akron 75. ashtabula and warren is in the upper 60s. 69 in cleveland. partly cloudy overnight tomorrow morning is looking dry. the weather impact to two. it is right around 70 and a dry start to the day. then spotty storms popping u 85 is similar to what we saw today. still muggy. that's not going away tomorrow. noon 80 at 5:00. akron canton 85 is your high. the wind turns to the northwest 4 to kn -- for to 14 knots. showers and storms are developing in the afternoon, but saturday night is the
and storms as that front comes through. look at that change on sunday. wow. morning showers and low 70s. monday partly cloudy and 75 tuesday a little more cloud cover in there, but dry and 78 and wednesday 82. ramona, back to you. >> romona: mcdonalds has removed its step it activity band fitness tracker from its happy meals. this after problems with the bands. an arkansas momim 4-year-old son was burned after he wore the toy for just eight minutes. she posted these pictures on her facebook page and they were shared more than 80,000 times. >> i had received approximately eight to nine messages from other parents. all of their children were burned by the watch and i received one message from an adult at this time which angers me that mcdonalds has not pulled the happy meal
>> romona: they were an attempt by the fast-food chain to changing the perception that its food is unhealthy. >> denise: glad i heard about that because we just got those over the weekend. the good, the bad and the ugly. tony is handing them out in sports. >> tomorrow morning we are getting answers on what cleveland police are doing to make sure they get safely across the street. >> and help for your kid if they are suffering from food allergies. >> and what you can do to get
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sorry tied at 5. guyer brings two more home. the white sox rally and the bases are full. adam eaton, no i'm -- no! grand slam. he was in full bubble at the time of the swing. i didn't know you could do that. indians fall 10-7 and they are still six up on the tigers. how do you bounce back from that some easy. the z awards. let's roll. >> praying for some z awards this week? we've got you covered. >> ? take me out to the ballgame ? ? what he was singing it worked ? >> if only everyone was that graceful. >> he falls over and he caught
>> pops it up. what a play. >> the concentration there. i mean he took a huge dip. >> watch the kid in the back right there. >> it was a closer play. >> and not the only one we witnessed this week. >> it hits the umpire and bounces to the second baseman. >> are you gonna this might be awhile. >> and with that we're out of here. swing away. as always, congratulations to all of our winners. >> meanwhile, they've got a new one.
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>> denise: what a sweltering day when that raine >> jeff: it is so hot. >> denise: but it is summer. >> romona: don't you get tired of the complaints? >> jeff: what are we gonna do? >> romona: i am complaining tomorrow. >> jeff: 82 by 2:00 and 85 the high. similar to what we saw today and muggy. >> denise: again. it is okay. we will want this in the winter.
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