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>> brian: good afternoon, everyone. a north ridgeville man accused of murder after a car accident. >> laura: the guy ran a red light and hit the victim's car and police say he grabbed a gun. and he shot her. >> the family believes this is a hate crime. a judge held a video arraignment for a 29-year-old, accused of walking up to pearl's car after he blew a red light and hit her, and then shot her with a rifle. her minister spoke on the family's behalf in court this morning. >> it's gut wrenching. because it's a senseless case of violence. and we are very disturbed about it. but we trust and believe in the criminal justice system, that
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>> catherine: matthew desha did him. they did not say anything on his behalf. bond was set at $1 million. we are looking for more information and friends are sharing memories. we'll have live reports coming up starting first at 4:00. >> laura: thanks, catherine. a cleveland woman arraigned this morning on vehicular homicide charges. portia harris plead not guilty to those charges. the judge ordered her held on $50,000 bond. harris is accused of motorcycle rider on east 71. the rider, shanny dizzard, was a former police officer. police are investigating two smash and grabs in the past three days. this morning, someone drove their car through the window at the family dollar in newburg heights. whoever it was got away with arm loads of stuff early saturday morning someone did the same thing at a family dollar in cleveland. >> laura: a richland county woman being held on $10,000 bond. sarah roberts is accused of
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step by stepchild care in mansfield. >> brian: an akron man charged with selling heroin to nearly 30 people who overdosed in west virginia. police arrested bruce griggs last week in tallmadge. the feds say they linked him to overdoses by talking to those who survived. they also have video showing griggs selling the drugs. that's according to court documents. >> state troopers investigating a possible drunk drivi when he hydroplaned and slammed into a state trooper's cruiser. jacob doyan was given a breathalyzer test and found to be more than twice the legal limit. now he's locked up in the erie county jail on several charges. >> laura: two united airlines pilots are due to appear in a scottish courtroom to face charges of intoxication. they are accused of being drunk as they prepared to fly 141 passengers from scotland all the
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than vigliatti reports. >> a 35-year-old and 45-year-old were arrested shortly before their trans atlantic flight was scheduled to take off from glasgow airport. police believe they were about to take to the sky under the influence. a cbs news transportation safety analyst and former chairman of the ntsb -- >> we have heard on occasion -- and it's again, very rare -- where maybe one of the pilots might have been potentially over the limit. but to have both of the cockpit crew -- this is extrordinary. >> it's still unclear who or what tipped authorities off to their concerns over the united airlines crew. but the flight was scheduled to take off at 9:00 in the morning with 141 passengers on board. the flight was delayed for 10 hours while united looked for replacement pilots. police won't comment on what the
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f.a.a. rule, eight hours from bottle to throttle, protects everyone from the dangers of alcohol and altitude. >> the effects of the alcohol are exaggerated when you are at altitude. so, your judgment is taken serious consequences from that. >> saturday's arrests come nearly a month after two canadian pilots were also arrested at glasgow airport charged with trying to fly under the influence. >> laura: as you heard jonathan mention, the flight was delayed for 10 hours as united scrambled to replace those pilots. it finally departed saturday night and made the trip to new jersey without further incident. >> brian: a new jersey transit officer caught on camera pulling a man off train tracks just moments before a train roared past. officer victor ortez can be seen struggling to get the guy off the tracks. the man appears to be resisting
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seconds to spare. officer ortiz -- watch this -- as he just will manage to drag the man to safety before that train comes recording by. -- comes roaring by. >> laura: donald trump will speak at an african american church on saturday. he's been reaching out to voters but most of the speeches have been in front of predominantly white audiences. >> reporter: donald trump continues to push his message dangerous because of democrats. monday morning, he tweeted -- look how bad it is getting, how much more crime, how many more shootings will it take for african americans and latinos to vote trump equals safe? but trump's murder about the murder of duane wade's cousin sparked a backlash. trump wrote duane wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying.
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trump. many on twitter called the response disrespectful. vice presidential nominee tim kaine agreed. >> we ought to be extending our sympathy to the family. >> trump tweeted his condolences to the family four hours after his original tweet. trying to stay on message, trump's campaign released a new ad focusing on the economy. they are spending $10 million to air it in nine battleground states. >> in hillary clinton's america, the middle class gets crushed. >> reporter: trump's campaign says they have seen feel now is the right time to air this ad. but some say it could be too little too late. >> this is an ad that could have been put out months ago. it could have been running all summer to have the maximum effect on an electorate. early voting starts in a couple weeks. >> it starts september 23 in minnesota and south dakota. >> brian: on to football now, the browns are still feeling the
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man, it was bad. did not go way especially defensively. today's first day of cuts. paul kruegger had his contract terminated. he had 11 sacks in 2014 but his production has been down since. austin davis and defensive lineman nick hayden also had contracts terminated. krugger sent out a tweet thanking the haslams and browns fans. he also said although completely mishandled, unfortunate and the wrong decision to release me, i do wish t teammates well. he has a point. he was miscast last year as a coverage backer when he has talents as a pass rusher. of but krugger didn't impress the coaches this summer when he was moved back into that role. eight other players were waived including last year's starting kicker travis coons which means patrick murray is the kicker for now. e.g. bibbs the tight end was also waived. nick lawrence and glenn winston were put on injured reserve
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this year. browns roster at 76. they have to be down by 75 tomorrow browns wrap up the preseason thursday night here with the bears and then there's a final roster cut down before the opener against the eagles on september 11. >> laura: coming up on cleveland 19 news, if your partner snores don't blame him. you hear it? that's duffy. are you asleep here? heads up. it has to do with everything where you live apparently. >> brian: interestgl stand by riding the pine during
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>> well, we have an important food recall to tell you about. country fresh is recalling 30,000 cases of fresh-cut vegetable products because of possible listeria contamination. veggies were shipped to stores including wal-mart. no illnesses have been reported. >> laura: well if you snore, blame it on traffic fumes. [snoring] listen to that. well the toxic gases and the particles released by engines are said to be the cause. norwegian scientists discovered those living close to busy roads or whose bedrooms are closer to highways are more likely to snore. the noise from vehicles is also believed to disrupt sleep patterns leaving us tired and restless. men who slept in bedrooms near traffic-heavy roads had an increased risk of snoring but
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arrangements were more susceptable to daytime sleepiness. a cheaper generic epi pen will soon be available. the maker of the life-saving allergy treatment announced plans today. mylin said the generic will be available in several weeks at a cost of $300 for two-pack. the branded epipen has a price tag that's twice as much at more than $600. straight ahead, we are getting answers to popular scams right here in ohio. >> samantha: and it is a gorgeous day out there. let's take a live look from high atop our feazel roof camera. 82 your current temperature in cleveland, but notice that we have a northeast wind so i don't think we will get too much warmer than we are right now but we are going to be warming up tomorrow. we will talk about that and we will look ahead to what could be a stormy wednesday coming up
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donald trump facing new criticism - he appeared to mock a reporter with a disability. "you gotta see this guy. what i said, i don't remember.' he's going like 'i don't remember'." "putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. i don't want to sound too much like a chauvinist." "you have to be wealthy in order to be great. i'm sorry to say it." "he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured."
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i worked years to get my medicare don't know where i'd be without it
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.. it made me so mad i wanted to give them the old one-two one, never give your medicare number to get a free offer or gift two, always check your medicare statements for errors these crooks think we're clueless, they don't have a clue it's your medicare, protect it see more ways to fight fraud at medicare.gov/fraud >> the f.b.i. wants to motivate your child to read. it it's the kids, community and cops program. they unveiled sights for eight little free libraries.
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falls, mansfield and sandusky's police departments, as well as the arboretum county sheriff's office. >> brian: well, a warning for college students and their parents. three popular scams are aiming to steal money or personal information from students at miami and the university of cincinnati. as part of a tax scam, victims are being told they are in trouble with the government and owe a debt. another scam is leading students to believe they are the recipient of a grant but have to cover a processing fee in order to claim it. the third scheme scholarships that encourage applicants to send money up front. >> laura: speaking of students and college, we want to talk to you about the student loan debt problem. that's what i have right here. we want to talk about reducing student loan debt. so here i have a few suggestions that have come in. do not delay. and when i say do not delay, this is talking about really when you are applying for different loans. deadlines, they are moving up.
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farther, much earlier than they were before for things like -- you want to pay attention to things like those. next up, we are talking about federal and private. well, these are the loans that you are applying for. first, you want to go for federal and then second choice is really going to go for your private then, because the federal loans, they often have lower interest rates. so, grab those before you can grab on to the private ones. so these are obviously ones that we are talking about before you get to the point where you have the big debt. we a before it gets too bad. so now if you do decide to go with some of the private loans that are out there, check out the discounts. because i was looking at a lot of them. there are a lot of companies out there that offer these private loans that you get discounts for things like your g.p.a. and other options so you want to check into those. and never ever be afraid to get some help. you got some great people out there that are money mentors that can give you advice as to how to handle it. now i really don't want to leave this out.
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plan it all out ahead of time how you are going to get it done and stick to your plan and then last but not least, this one was a biggy. this is really interesting. there are certain jobs that have loan forgiveness so things like if you are in the private sector. check that out. jobs that have backgrounds like that. but also, you also want to look at the loan forgiveness and the pay back that you can get from some jobs. so there are a lot of options out there that can really help you. >> brian: all right, laura. thanks very much. colin his refusal to stand for the national anthem. he says he's going to stay seated even if it means his job. >> reporter: 49ers quarterback remains defiant saying he will continue to sit through the national anthem until he sees progress in race relations in america. >> when there's significant change and i feel like that flag represents what it's supposed to represent. >> during a preseason game last friday, capurnick willingly
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says the way african americans are treated in this country. >> there's a lot of things that need to change. one specifically is police brutality. cops are getting paid leave for killing people. ? >> reporter: ostracized, some teammates are coming to his defense. >> what he's done is what he believes and what he thought was right. but at the end of the day, we are still going to support coach chip kelly said the team would not stop him from sitting through the national anthem in the future. claiming it's his right as a citizen. >> samantha: all right, time now 19 minutes after 12:00. it is a gorgeous, gorgeous day out there. this is a live look at our satellite and radar and, well, there's really nothing on it.
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up on our satellite imagery. so, expect to see a lot of sunshine for the rest of the afternoon. here's a look at the next several hours. we will go 83 at 2:00. it is still just a touch humid out there. a little muggier in some spots than others. but i expect the mugginess to back off into the night. by 6:00, we will be at about 80. so, still feeling every bit like summer, but not as miserable as it was yesterday. 8:00 tonight, mid 70s and 10:00. tonight, clear skies for the overnight and a mostly sunny sky for tomorrow. so, this is really easy kind of weather. no problems, you know, this morning we woke up to a little bit of fog. i don't think we will see much, if any, of that tomorrow. let's go through the hour by hour forecast tomorrow. we will start off in the lower 60s. it will be just a little cooler this morning or excuse me tomorrow morning, than it was this morning.
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so, we will be a little warmer in the afternoon despite the cooler start. lots of sunshine tomorrow. but, if you have anything you need to get done outside, i would recommend either doing it today, maybe doing it tomorrow, or saving it for later in the week. because by wednesday, we have some storms on the way. this is your first alert that we will be tracking scattered thunderstorms on wednesday. right now we are thinking mainly in the afternoon as a cold front approaches from our west and that could provide theoc produce gusty wind and heavy rain. not a widespread severe weather threat but definitely enough to slow you down during the afternoon drive on wednesday. after the front moves out, watch what happens. here's your full seven-day planning forecast. so, if you are running around right now trying to make lunch, now is the time to look at the tv to catch that seven-day. gorgeous, gorgeous weather, guys. at the end of the week, highs in the mid 70s.
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it's going to feel very pleasant, very fall-like. brian, i know you cannot wait to drink that hot pumpkin spice latte. >> laura: he loves that. >> samantha: i know you are so excited about that. >> brian: pumpkin beer, pumpkin french fries, everything. >> laura: now you might be pushing it. everything in pumpkin. >> samantha: pumpkin cheerios. >> samantha: brian does not like pumpkin. ri then they decided well let's sell it to everybody and you guys are all -- >> laura: i like the pie, not the others. >> samantha: so you won't have to deal with the pumpkin for long because they'll put the christmas stuff out. >> laura: thanks, sam. here's proof about how insane teenagers are about social media. they would rather go to jail than have an ugly photo up online. an 18-year-old girl escaped from jail a few weeks ago in australia.
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well she's not wearing any makeup and she looks pretty disheveled in her mug shot. they posted it on their facebook page. she saw the post and left a message asking them to swap it out for a better photo of her. she even uploaded the photo right there that she wanted them to use. the cops caught her about 24 hours later. >> brian: which surprises no one. you may be tempted to sell your smart phone back with your next upgrade, but here us out. there are creative things to do to keep y tomorrow morning we will show you how old smart phones have new potential on cleveland 19
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have
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suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while he's taking the shirts right off our backs. >> brian: all right. when parents find out they are having a baby, the mom is always the first to know. right? >> laura: wrong. well not in this case. >> about eight months ago i had a vastectomy. maybe you are wondering why is he telling me this? let me explain. about six weeks ago, rachel acted a little bit pregnant. she was tired a lot. a little bit more hungry than normal even. felt a little bit nauseus. we joked about it, but we knew. she couldn't be pregnant.
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never got the test results from my five-month checkup. >> brian: well it turns out that procedure was unsuccessful. so, what he did was, he turned off the water to the toilet after his wife went to the bathroom, he did a pregnancy test and, yes, she's pregnant. he surprised her with flowers, a card saying she's a mom of four now. and, that positive pregnancy test. yikes. >> laura: surprise surprise. well i was the were having a baby but we just learned the gender this weekend and i revealed it this morning on air. let's go let's go. it's a boy! >> brian: yea! >> laura: so excited. ok, we are all so excited. my family's very excited and it's a boy, so you can imagine my hubby is very, very excited. >> get your checkbook out. >> samantha: get your checkbook.
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little bit less with a boy than
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? [ door opens ] >> nick: dad. >> victor: yes. my goodness. welcome home, son. >> morrow: getting this job was life changing. it's really been a dream come true. >> victoria: what on earth are you doing here? >> jack: well, invite me in and i'll tell you. >> heinle: i knew the newman family in the soap world. >> victoria: what are you doing here? >> nick: do you really think i was gonna let you go through this alone? you look beautiful. >> morrow: the thing i love most about playing nick newman is that he's a character that i would be friends with. >> nick: just make sure this company is run exactly the way it should be and you continue to be the amazing mother you always have been. >> victoria: i think that is the nicest possible way of rejecting my offer. >> nick: [ chuckles ] >> heinle: i like the relationship that she has with her family.

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