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talk to kids to make sure they didn't have any contact with earl edington. >> this is the heavily wooded elementary school in north ridgeville where police arrested a sex offender who they say was camping out back here. this is video that appears to be 52-year-old earl's campsite steps from the playground. police say edington was living in the woods for some time. jim byrd's property is right next to the >> reporter: did you notice anything strange going on in the woods back there. >> no, not really. you can't see anything back there because it is too far back. you could live back there. a lot of people could live back there and nobody wouldton. >> it is confirmed he was raping a child in 2013 and wanted for failing to register his address as a condition of his parole.
county jail. we're asking questions, getting answers in north ridgeville denise zarrella cleveland 19. >> mark: denise, thank you. the state attorney general has a search engine to find sex offenders in your area. of course they have to be registered to find them. we put a link on our app and on cleveland19.com. >> romona: you may have seen this on the drive home from work. multiple vehicles on fire at american iron and metal. this is in cleveland on marquette street. no word how it started or if emergency crews rushed to a business today and ended up taking 8 people to the hospital. they were having breathing issues at con selmer incorporated in east lake after a chemical reaction caused a vapor cloud. the company makes brass musical instruments and we're trying to get answers about the victim's conditions. live from the first alert weather center your hour by hour forecast. >> picture perfect today.
solid work. >> thank you. >> yeah. i take all the credit. right. >> 83 the high today and about 5, 6 degrees warmer than yesterday. it will be a clear night out there tonight. enjoy it. one more comfortable one and warmer than last night. 81 current temperature cleveland hopkins. 7:00 about 79. 76 at 8:00, 9 daulbaugh we are relatively dry. that will be changing starting 77 ashtabula. we have 81 as i mentioned in cleveland. most areas around 80 give or take. rain and thunder moving in tomorrow night. that's one wave. tomorrow night wet around here and we have afternoon storms on the way thursday with the next cold front. there's your next opportunity of rain and details on that in the next half hour. romona? >> romona: we have a health alert five communities in cuyahoga county have mosquito
the infected bugs were found in bentleyville, parma, south euclid and strongsville. until recently, our dry summer has kept them away. but you know the drill, get rid of the standing watt and wear bug spray. if you get a fever with other symptoms like head and body aches and diarrhea see a doctor. check out this map from the centers for disease control and prevention. dark green states have seen human ohio has not had any but as we mentioned does have infected mosquitoes. mark? >> mark: romona, today barack obama pledged to the victims of the historic and deadly flooding of louisiana you will not be forgotten and surveyed the natural disaster firsthand touring the baton rouge parish one of the hardest hit communities. floodwaters destroyed or damaged 60,000 homes there.
focused on this. if you are watching this today, make sure that you find out how you can help. you can go to volunteer louisiana.gov. >> more than 106,000 people registered for emergency federal aid. 80% of people in louisiana do not have flood insurance. the president says the government is beginning to distribute $127 million in federal disaster relief to those who have had to flee their homes. humans aren't the only ones today puppies arrived in the area from the flood zone. shelby miller reports they need new homes. >> how can you resist this phase. 27 puppies and dogs like this girl here are in geauga county at the animal shelter and all the way here from louisiana where they are kiss placed by the floodwaters and they are happy to be here. now they need a loving home. >> the tom daschle faces of two
volunteers in geauga county. >> for them for animals they lost everything that makes their lives stable. >> surrounded by chaos as louisiana flooded with water around them, these dogs had no where to go. thankfully animal shelters stepped in to help out the helpless. >> i think those partnerships without them it would be even the worst disaster. >> here at rescue village dogs will first and foremost relax and be vetted and go through put up for adoption. >> the animals their whole lives were interruptive and homes they were in got flooded and either swept into the floods or separated from their people. or they were going to places and rescue centers. >> which is important to make the transition as smooth as possible and get the pups in loving homes. >> we want to be able to say they lost so much and look what they've gained. >> you can help out these little
and just your time. everyone can say with genuine heart they were part of saving animals that might not have had a chance. >> everybody wants to know how to adopt these puppies. i am told the process will take about a week. after that come on down here to geauga county and check them out. >> shelby miller cleveland 19 news. >> mark: i think that one is going home with shelby. like that one, that one. >> mark: it is a tough call. you have to take four. >> they are adorable. >> many are asking how many it is to adopt a dog at rescue village. >> puppies up to 6 months old are up to $225. >> dogs 7 months to 7 years and all dogs fully vetted and microchips. >> we want to show you a picture again of an inmate who escaped
county. we just checked jason shockley still on the loose. he and another inmate posed as trustees carrying trays to a van in a parking lot. when inmates got to the van they dropped the trays and ran. deputies caught one and shockley got away. we are getting new answers today on the shooting death of a 17-year-old breanna fluitt. east cleveland police say jesean woods is in cuy killing. fluitt was shot five times. >> romona: a sad start to the school year in akron as tara a beloved and celebrated teacher will not be in the classroom. the 25-year-old and 33-year-old boyfriend are dead. both shot and killed over the weekend as they sat in the school teacher's car. jen picciano getting answers about the victims and the man police say pulled the trigger. >> reporter: when the bull rings
logical think about former teacher tara. massillon police say the akron school teacher was shot ask killed saturday in her car on 17th street northeast massillon. her boyfriend 33-year-old michael lovett was shot and killed too. claussen's ex-boyfriend pulled the trigger and later tried to kill himself. >> i can't believe something like this would happen to someone so special like her. >> her former principal jen douglas says she motivated. >> she was extremely dedicated and always willing to go the extra mile to find to do their best learning? >>. >> learning and dance to the
signs or clues and that's a natural part of our grieving and guilt we feel. we came here to ask massillon police and does not have criminal record in starke county and he did not have a protective order and detectives believe the weapon he used was obtained legally. >> there was an incident in july and say he broke up and she moved out. >> getting answers in massillon jen picciano cleveland 19. thank you. calling hours are tomorrow and funeral planned thursday. luvern of flowers they request donations be made to the victim assistance program a nonprofit helping people impacted by crisis, violence and tragedy. today a fight for cleveland workers. >> mayor frank jackson announced
from taking affect and save cleveland's laws. >> we have facilitated billions of dollars of development and wealth in this city. all we ask a small portion of that come to the benefits of the people we represent. >> named after the late councilwoman fanny lewis law took effect in 2004 requiring contractors working in cleveland to hire city residents for at least 20% o workforce. house bill 180 was supposed to go into effect at the end of the month banning local hiring laws. the city says it is unconstitutional taking away cleveland's home rule authority. up next orlo wants to know. near the innerbelt bridge. you will soon check it out. >> the new madden game is out.
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cleveland 19 news. >> romona: there's a lot of construction around the nationality bridge. we are not talking about the bridge itself. instead, the areas around it. going on. paul orlousky got busy on the story. much of the attention focused on the innerbelt on the deck surface adding five lines of smooth traffic flow. what's more, going beneath and besides the bridge taking shape and over here on the towpath trail and over the viaduct and
and other stones dot the towpath with markers and path. original high-level crossing of the cuyahoga river in this area and opened in 1888 and stood until 1941. >> when the bridge came down, the steel was melted and used for the world war ii war effort and the stone sat in place largely neglected and the area is called tremont terrace. >> we come along with sand stone there's more. on the other side of abby road a staging area that doesn't look like much now will be transformed into a park and given the tight vehicle fit in tremont more parking. >> tremont is go getting 100 more parking spaces as well as a neighborhood park and access to the towpath. >> reporter: the park with other amenities on the bridge with plantings and lighting won't come until spring. bikers and hikers will wait a bit and drivers get relief
>> reporter: asking questions, getting answers, paul orlousky cleveland 19. >> mark: do you have a question let paul get the answer. people him at firstname.lastname@example.org. >> romona: we are days away from the cleveland race for the cure. we want you to team 19. dan deroos is in the answer center to show you how to do it. >> dan: pretty easy to get this answer go to cleveland19.com. we made itcism. if you scroll down will you see this box komen race race f click on it and it will take you to this page. what i love about this page, all the stories leading up to the race and romona is part of it. we have all the stories listed for inspiration and what we want you to do is click on this right here. team 19 cle. that will take you to this registration page very simple. i will walk you through it. click on first time register and here team name.
vericism. it will take you new your registration and put in all the information you need. i will type it here. you want team 19. when you take it this is where you put your information team captain romona robinson. she will be out there and meet romona and you go through that and join it. give all the information and donations and being part of cleveland 19 t-shirt and pink wig and keep telling me i will put those on. it might be friday let your hair down kind of thing. >> jeff, over to you. >> wait until friday. >> yeah. >> all right. jeff. >> hello. >> and by the way, the weather is looking great saturday morning. you will love it. years past we have had rain and
this year. >> wednesday night and again thursday afternoon. we have yellow alerts out as the next cold front coming through. >> it doesn't come through until thursday night until this thing passes. the humidity will be on the rise tomorrow. will you feel that. waves of shower and thunder and first wave arrives by tomorrow night and heavy rains and wind and on thursday. >> will you be dry in the morning. >> a lot of first day of school this week. you are good to go. >> lots of sunshine to start things off and clouds increase by 2:00 in the afternoon. >> it will be late day more likely into tomorrow night. these are more showers and then embedded thunder and i am not looking at explosive thunderstorms tomorrow night. it will be muggy out there. >> boy. >> you will feel that. >> a break thursday morning and thursday afternoon and we start to develop more showers and
comfortable tonight tomorrow humidity and increases thursday oppressive. >> that will be a nasty day there thursday. >> all right waves around a foot. out there on the lake clear sky, pleasant around 60 for the low in cleveland akron-canton and 59 will be the low. tomorrow 85 the high and increasing clouds, showers late. 67 at 8:00 a.m. 81 at 11:00 a.m. and in the mid-80s by 2:00 in the afternoon. to 73. 86 thursday. there's the alert in the afternoon and evening for the next wave of showers and storms. the front blows through friday partly cloudy and 79 and there you go 60s downtown saturday morning for the race for the cure. >> and 82 will be the high. >> saturday night mostly cloudy and 66. sunday mostly cloudy sky warm
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