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cleveland 19 news sponsored by the national carpet mill outlet. asking questions and getting answers. cleveland 19 news starts right now. >> don't worry. we're gonna build a wall. the wall will go up so fast your head will spin. a stop in northeast ohio. as donald trump tells voters his plan on immigration and crime. the billionaire spoke in front of more than 5,000 people at the university of akron tonight. >> denise: was his speech enough to convince voters he is the right person to lead our country. sara goldenburg is getting answers from akron tonight. >> reporter: donald trump started speaking 30 minutes early at the rally tonight and the james rhodes arena was already full.
supporters who told me jobs and the economy are what is on their minds. donald trump supporters came from near and far, from akron and canton to cleveland and stuebenville and lorain. >> the crowd is amazing. the greatest atmosphere i have ever seen. >> monica and amy tell me they are voting for trump because of their conservative values. >> really spelled everything out exactly where we are and where we need to go. >> i wanted to address values and what he offers and that he is really doing it from his heart versus hillary who is doing it for herself. >> reporter: during his speech trump promised to put america to work again and voters are listening. many people i spoke with say the economy is priority number one. >> i grew up in lorain, ohio. it is a classic city that has been really affected by steel -- you know ford moved out.
i think he is right on spot there and that's why you saw the soldout arena. >> we are down because we don't have jobs. what trump is saying is, hey, you might not have the jobs, but they are gonna come. we can do better. we can make this a better country. >> the thing that stood out to me was making america work again with the steel and the coal. where we are from, that's basically all there is down there. we can't put them out of business. >> reporter: there were about 20 protesters outside the arena, but everything was peaceful. i spoke with an undecided voter who attended the rally. he tells me he would love to see the candidates address the heroin epidemic in ohio and how to fix it. that could be enough to sway his vote. in akron, getting answers, sara golden burping, -- goldenburg cleveland 19 news.
polling numbers in the buckeye state. the former secretary of state is up 43-39 according to the latest survey. interestingly enough libertarian candidate gary johnson has 10% support in ohio. the november election is just 78 days away. >> romona: we are getting a look at a 70-year-old driver plowing into a crowd and watching an outdoor concert. police say the driver mistaken the brake as she was pulling out of a parking space right next to a dance floor. eight people were injured and two seriously. >> denise: just as a lot of kids are heading back to school this week, our investigative unit found there are dozens of intersections in the city of cleveland that don't have crossing guards to make sure your kids can get across the busy intersections safely. in fact, we found more than 20% of school crossing guard
so that left us asking what are safest routes for your children to walk to school? paul orlousky is getting answers tonight. >> we have been telling you about the vacant crossing guard positions in the city of cleveland. it leaves children in a dangerous swages crossing the street by themselves. there are a total of 349 positions available. crossings that have to be manned. 70 this year are empty. there are even more this year. basically what you do is you go to our map on the website and touch one of those this is in the seventh ward. nobody is there. if you live near there walk your child to the school crossing. now you go to this tool, another neat tool from the cleveland metropolitan school district. you go there and scroll up. any school you are interested in. it pops up when it loads and you scroll down. you will see a map. it is all of the safe places.
they have chosen routes where you can go to school with traffic lights. it will get your child to school even safer. we are waiting for answers in the cleveland schools and we will continue to try to get those answers. cleveland 19. >> romona: thank you, paul. what about those who are out and about driving when school buses are taking kids to school. what about the basic rules when you do and don't have to stop for a bus? tiffani tucker is getting the >> reporter: who can forget this shocking varied io four years ago. she was caught on camera swerving on to a sidewalk to pass a school bus packed with kids. the cleveland woman had to hold a sign that said idiot, pay a fine and also had her license suspended for a month. this video may be extreme, but just a reminder of how patient some drivers can be. >> take it easy. you don't want to hurt anybody. it is not worth it. >> it is definitely worth a
others can be in danger because of reckless drivers. we wanted to know if clevelanders knew what to do when it comes to school bus safety. >> romona: do you know the ohio law when it comes to stopping for school buses? do you know what to do? >> when the sign comes out you stop. until the sign goes back in. >> you stop at least 10 feet away when you are on a two-lane road and they have the flashing red lights and the stop arm extended under the left window. when you see theel flashing that means caution. treat it like a traffic light. prepare to stop. according to ohio law if you are on a four-lane road, only the side of the road that the bus is on must stop. >> four lane? i thought you had to stop no matter what when you saw the sign come out. >> it is helpful. now i can go about my day and not cause an accident probably because people are like, what is this girl doing?
same. there are different laws when it comes to stopping for a school bus. if you are traveling to another state you might want to check with your bmv on what the rules are. ramona? >> romona: there are penalties in ohio for not stepping for a a -- stopping for a school bus. it could include a $500 fine and two points on your driver's license and up to a one-year suspension of your license. >> denise: police are searching for the person they say kidnapped a 6-year-old girl from cleveland and tried to take a 10-year-old in now an app may tie these cases together. the suspect was seen on surveillance video near where he took the 6-year-old back in may. if you know anything about that man, call the fbi immediately. >> romona: the floodwaters in louisiana are finally starting to recede. not before more than 60,000 homes were damaged or destroyed. at least 13 people died in the worst natural disaster the
not only are people in baton rouge affected they are visiting friends and family. shelby miller hooked up with one family who finally made it home from louisiana. >> reporter: we first introduced you to the seavers when they were stranded by the floodwaters. they finally made it back to sandusky and they told me they are grateful to have a place to come home to because the people in louisiana. >> the cars are flipped over and the trucks are flipped over. >> the mcdonald arches, we can touch the arches. >> reporter: floating on a boat bridget seaver and her family saw things they will never forget jievment when the water started coming in what were you thinking? >> this is it. >> reporter: the sandusky family drove to louisiana for a funeral. little did they know the trip would take another dark tournement the day they planned to leave the floodwaters trapped them in
station and get some bottles of water. when we got halfway there the currents were too strong. it was up to our chest by then so we had to go back. >> reporter: for hours the family sat watching it get higher and higher with one thought on their mind. >> get out and get out alive. >> reporter: luckily a rescue boat came a few hours later. >> angels! we were so happy to get in that boat. >> reporter: later that day a local family welcomed the >> i have never seen such generosity and sever seen such love and concern. >> they treated us like we were family. >> reporter: for five days they stayed at a complete stranger's home where they watched the water recede and the damage emerge. >> a war zone. a big dumping ground. >> reporter: the siling veer lining -- the silver lining was watching those who lost so much stay so strong. >> they lost so much and they
us. >> reporter: they said they never would have made it back home if not for people's generosity and prayers. a memory that brings back emotion and tears. >> she said i'm praying again. that touched my heart. >> now on top of everything they went through in louisiana on the way back home the truck got stuck in mud on the side of the road. it is a drive that would normally take 16 hours to get back home, it took an entire day. they are so grateful to be back in sandusky. >> romona: that's an incredible story. and we are glad they are home. president obama will tour all of the flood-ravaged areas in bat ton -- baton rouge. they ordered federal aid to help the victims of the historic flooding. >> denise: now more on a watermain break. gilmore academy will be open. the crews tried to repair the break.
open, we are told in the next couple hours. >> jeff: we have many spots in the 50s right now. clear skies and the feazel roof cam, this is about as cool as it gets though. we will be heating things upstarting tomorrow and then there is a risk of storms in there later on this week. i'll fill you in on that part of the story coming up. >> romona: looking to spend less time at the gym, but want the same results? coming up we are getting answers on some of the workouts you cano get you home faster. >> denise: and next some of you are not happy at work, but can the unhappiness cause health problems later in life? we are getting answers right after the break. >> get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app. powered by the calvetta brothers floor show.
you get older, the problems tend to disappear. >> romona: hate spending hours at the gym just to get a good workout in? we have some time-saving exercises that will get you the same results. a half hour cycling classes are starting to become a trend instead of the typical 90 minutes. the shorter time comes with a higher intensity, so you will burn calories faster. interval training will help moderate workout will boost your fitness level. if classes aren't your thing, plan your workout routine before you go. it is time efficient and it will get you out of the gym sooner. >> denise: hyundai is recalling nearly 65,000 2013 elantras because of a problem with the brakes. over time a sensor for the car's brake lights candy tear yes, sir rate and it -- can deteriorate and it will leave confusion for drivers around you.
cars you can take it back to the dealer so they can fix it. >> romona: cleveland 19 is a proud sponsor of the susan g komen race for the cure. i will serve again as one of the honorary chairs for the 18th year of the race. komen is the largest fundraiser for breast cancer research? chris tanaka is here to explain where all of the money goes. >> chris: that's right, ramona. all of the money raised by the race for the cure is used in the fight against cancer with community organizations. >> a lot of people seeing it going into someone's salary in dallas. that's not true. >> reporter: he wants to make it clear. >> none of that mown goes to overhead at our national office. >> the money raised in northeast ohio stays in northeast ohio. >> in the form of grants and organizations that serve folks who are in need and uninsured
resort. >> they help provide access and support to the amish and men -- menonite communities. >> we have been able to serve more than 4,000 women. >> the same goes for diane from mercy medical center that helps women get mammograms, ultrasounds and breast mri's. >> we could not offer nearly the patients without the funding we have received from susan g komen. >> reporter: the remaining 25% of funds raised goes to the national research which is headquartered in dallas. even then the money has made its way back into our community. >> over $pie million has come back through our research grants. >> chris: investing the funds is an easy decision so women don't have to make much more
>> otherwise it is a decision between putting food on the table and keeping the lights and gas on or going and getting a mammogram because they felt a lump. >> as for the decision making process on which nonprofits receive funding, he says that is conducted by an independent community con consortium that is approved by the komen board. one thing he stressed was transparency. this day and age there are more fundraising mechanisms than ever before and the public wants to know what their money is going for and they are happy to share. cleveland 19 news, but if you ever get a chance to join us for the race, i would love for you to meet all of the survivors and their family members. it is such a moving day. >> i will be down there on saturday with you. >> denise: awesome! it would be good to have you. be careful now. those women will love on you. >> romona: you can make a difference. sign up to be a part of our team, team 19. you can register on our
19 t-shirt. also you will get a head band and other goodies. >> this is your first alert forecast. >> jeff: excellent news regarding the weather for the race. it is not going to be as bad as it was the last few years. as we warm things up we will start out in the 50s in a lot of spots. it will be a rapid warm up and lots of sunshine. sense is looking dry and 86. the warmest day will be on thursday, the upper 80s. this is when the next front approaches and showers and storms with it. this is the only risk of rain i have in the forecast this week. by friday it is pleasant air. it is a yellow alert as the next cold front i showed you approaches. showers and storms are not expecting widespread severe, but there could be heavy rains.
this is why we are in the 50ss. it is pretty dry. the humidity is low. even though tomorrow we will be back up into the 80s, still not that humid, but by wednesday we start to juice things up a little more. look at the temperature in ashtabula right now. it has been over a month since we have seen temperatures like this in this time of the night. 59 norwalk and 57 at warren and 64 in cleveland. will be the low tonight. the l impact is a two. watch out for the sun glare heading eastbound tomorrow morning. 57 at 6:00 a.m. and 60 at 7:00 a.m. 64 at 8:00 in the morning. we only go up from there. 85 is the high and we will be 77 at 11:00 and at least 80 degrees. i will add a little parts and labor to the forecast there. we will briefly hit the mid80s tomorrow with all of
akron-canton you are up around 85 as well. a little lake breeze will kick in one to two feet. 86 on wednesday and now the humidity really increases. thursday will be a muggy day. showers and storms and windy and 88. the front comes through on friday. sunny and 79 and we will be in the 60s. the high on saturday is 78. and sunday partly cloudy and 83 and looking like a dry weekend. denise? >> denise: all right, jeff. if you are looking to take one last trip over the labor day weekend by car, get ready to pay more for that gasoline. the cost of crude oil is going up and that means gas prices will follow. it takes about two weeks for the price of fuel to catch up with the oil prices and that would be right before the labor day weekend. right now the average here in
gallon. >> romona: a wait -- waitress in virginia looked to see a tip. on surveillance video you can see the woman sign the receipt and doesn't leave a tip. instead she wrote a note that reads, we only tip citizens. sadie of mexican and hahn dure ran do -- honduran dissent and she was born in the u.s. >> it shouldn't even matter. f and disrespectful. i never met them and i had never done anything to them. >> people who live in the town are rallying around sadie. she received letters of support and some even came with tips to cover with what she would have made. she said if the couple came in again she would happily serve them. sounds like a wonderful young
one major leaguer is telling you how to better protect yourself from a foul ball. >> and you don't have to break the bank to add security. >> and where you can have a pop with a cop in downtown cleveland. >> and the summertime heat will be back before you know it tomorrow morning on i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. letterman:"has a line of clothing, now where were these made?" 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,
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is the report on cleveland 19 news. >> tony: you put two teams on the field and jobs on the line and things could get ugly. the browns and the bucs will be together all week and at the very least it will be an experience. >> the practices lead up to the game and you will see the same formations and the same personnel. it gives you the immediate feedback that you don't have to wait until the game to see you you -- to see how it looks. midthursday we have a mock
dynamic and you know what to expect. >> we know what to expect. we will kick it off with a tailgate 19. kosar and golick and we get it going at 7:00. score less in oakland. a scary scene in philadelphia the other night. so scary one of the players is demanding changes. the phillies' infielder shaken up after his foul ball hit a young girl in the face. look at the he knows she is injured. she was behind the third base dug out and she was taken in for evaluation. he said it is time to expand the netting. they have protective netting that spans the area between the dugouts. he wants more. he says it is time to expand the netting all the way down the foul lines. this is a controversial issue with fans, but he wants to protect fans who keep getting injured. i want your take on this.
ne foul powells? a lot of people -- to the foul poles? a lot of people don't like that. e-mail me or find me on facebook. the olympics are over and we can stop rooting for klay thompson and kevin durant. i know you weren't rooting for draymond, patriotism aside. we can look at the cavs. lebron has more on his mind than golden state. >> i would be shortchanging myself and shortchanging my team and the rest of the league if i only thought there are so many other great teams that's assembled this summer. a lot of teams got better and we have to continue to get better. >> tony: we'll see the warriors in june. >> denise: i like the hat.
>> romona: it is a common greeting among some of you, the fist bump. >> denise: that's right. it is the first bumping world record 300 people fist bumped their way into the guinness world records. it raises awareness for the city's homelessness problem. the previous record in case you were wondering was 250 fist bumps. i like when they do the there we go. >> romona: we usually don't do it. >> tony: we are only 296 short now. >> romona: i left you hanging. i'm sorry. >> jeff: 59 at 5:00 a.m. 70 by 9:00 a.m. and we will be in the 80s. >> denise: and that komen
>> stephen: ryan, thank you for sitting down with me. what's it been like for you since this scandal about your alleged robbery in rio broke? >> well, since everything happened, i kind of been laying low. >> stephen: if you want to lay low, televisn place to do that. i want to give you a chance to clear up things. you gave an interview with billy bush where you claimed at a gas station in rio a gun was put to your head. you're saying that didn't happen? >> i over-exaggerated that part. >> stephen: here's the thing, that part is wheelly the whole part. without a gun cocked at your forehead, it's really about some