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>> announcer: live from cleveland's news center, this is r -- we're getting answers for you. cleveland 19 news starts now. >> all right. i start out with a smile, i don't know if this is something to smile about. a very disappointing season opener for the brownies yesterday. >> disappointing is a nice way to put it. very nice way to put it. nothing seemed to go right. carson wentz, the quarterback we passed up, went on to impressive nfl. philly didn't waste any time at all. wentz threw the bullet, the first career touchdown pass put the eagles up 7-0. >> r.g.3 had a rough day and to add insult to injury, he hurt his non-throwing shoulder. the eagles walked away with an easy 29-10 victory. >> see if r.g. is okay to play next week. we asked you to help us get the season off on an positive note,
cheering on, being fired up with the browns. >> some cute kids. a couple of young and somewhat confused browns' fans understandably. turned up in the submission starting with little ryan, whose dad tried to explain what happened after the browns scored their first and sadly their only touchdown. >> a touchdown is six points. >> i don't know what a touchdown looks like. so i'm very confused. >> is that because the browns don't score touchdowns? >> i ii'm still confused. >> do you do the rough rough? >> who is going to win today? >> the cops. [laughter] >> tia: yeah. >> the cubs did win. >> brian: well, you know, it's tough to predict the browns will win when they struggle like they do. probably felt a nice taste of fall, however. feels like football season. even though our nfl team is not proving that. >> tia: i know.
the heat we've had, right, this summer. is it here to stay, though? let's get over to meteorologist samantha roberts who has an answer for us. hey, >> samantha. >> samantha: hello to you as well. time now 12:02. it's been a stunning morning out there. i want to take you to the maps and show you exactly where we stand now. some of you got down into the upper 40s this morning. now we're in the 70s across all of northeast ohio at 72 in ashtabula. good afternoon inle and norwalk, one of our coolest spots, got into the upper 40s earlier. we are now at 72. so starting to feel just a little bit warmer out there. i think we'll hit about 77 this afternoon. and that will occur in that 2:0. then we'll start to drop, 6:00 about 74. 70 at 8:00 and then 10:00 tonight we fall into the middle 60s. a pretty comfortable night.
there on this monday. but i'm already tracking your next weather maker, a cold front coming through the upper midwest and the plains. this systemlogical bring us rain on wednesday. we'll talk about that in the first alert forecast. that's coming up at about 19 after. back to you. >> brian: all right, sam, thanks so much. a high school in akron closed today after a fire in the building over the weekend. luckily no was injured. four engines and two ladder trucks were on the scene. the cause of the fire still under investigation. we do know that the f in a maintenance room, contained to the room and just an adjoining area. there was some light smoke that escaped into the hallways. >> tia: police are investigating another smash-and-grab in east cleveland. it happened on euclid and superior avenues around 5:00 this morning an a.t.m. was taken from the store. keep in mind this is the 27th smash-and-grab crime in the area since the first of the year. police do not have any suspects at this time.
a double homicide that happened early sunday morning. a 22-year-old and 23-year-old were shot and killed. they were found laying in the street when multiple gunshot wounds when officers arrived. it happened around 2:00 a.m. on east 86th street. the victims were pronounced dead at university hospital. cleveland's homicide unit is now on the case. >> brian: well, parents of students at cuyahoga heights high school hold a pretty bold fundraiser last night. their mission is to start a thacker. she's the controversial school board president, parents are upset they say with thacker for suspending if the superintendent there in cuyahoga heights. tom evans without ever giving a reason to the public. parents and students want evans back with the district. and cleveland a trial is scheduled to start for 18-year-old deanne drew smith. he's the westlake high school student accused of seriously injuring a younger student during a fight that happened back in april in the school's
charges. the victim spent several days in the hospital with severe head injuries. well, some of the half-time shows at the q. this season will be above the court, not quite on it. the cavs held tryouts for the throwdowns. that's the name of the new acrobatic team for the cavaliers. those tryouts were at the sky zone in westlake. they were looking for talent and from the looks of it, they found some. should have some great half-time shows this season. >> tia: well, an update now on the african-american football player from brunswick who kneeled. he overheard teammates using racial slurs about members of the opposing team. when his teammates continued making the comments, he decided to protest the anthem. he was then harassed over social media and even received a note suggesting that he should be lynched. now police and the naacp are getting involved. cleveland 19 spoke to his father. >> do a lot of things in life to
make sure our family was safe. i thought moving to a community like brecksville we would be safe, keep away from gun violence, then you have to deal with rairnl things. >> tia: the family will meet with police today, then they plan to hold a news conference with the naacp. >> brian: well, hillary clinton cancels her plans for a two-day trip to california as she battles pneumonia. and her rival donald trump says he takes no satisfaction in her health issues. jamie reports from >> reporter: hillary clinton is recuperating at home, a day after video shows her stumbling and needing help getting into her s.u.v. she was leaving a september 11th event at ground zero. >> how are you feeling, senator clinton? >> i feel great. >> reporter: later a smiling clinton left her daughter chelsea's manhattan apartment. her campaign initially said she felt overheated. but sunday evening her doctor announced that clinton had actually been diagnosed with pneumonia on friday.
trump, who has repeatedly questioned clinton's health, expressed concern on krn nb -- cnbc. >> it was quite sad. i hope she gets well soon. no satisfaction, believe me, whatsoever. >> reporter: clinton is 68. trump is 70. neither has released their medical records, although trump said this morning, he did have a physical last week. and plans to release those results soon. he also release as new ad
attacking clinton's comments at an lgbt fundraiser, where she insultedf supporters. >> you can put half of trump's reporters into the basket of deplorables. the racest, sexists, homophobics, islam phobic, you name it. >> people like you, you, and you deplorable. >> reporter: clinton has said she regrets the comments. >> brian: trusm's campaign says it will begin airing the ad in the battleground states of ohio, ohio, ohio pennsylvania, north carolina and florida this week.
good shape health-wise at least. according to his longtime doctor, who has treated trump for the last 30 years, he made a bold prediction about the republican nominee health's health. he claims trump would be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency. >> and the new miss america is ... miss arkansas! [cheers and applause] >> tia: yeah. she was crowned miss america 2017 last night in atlantic city. she beat out a field of 52 contestants to win the competition. shields won a six-figure salary, a $50,000 scholarship and an appearance agreement with dick clark's productions. >> brian: all right. coming up next, scams happen every day. but the people most likely to fall for them may not be who you would think. >> tia: and a bizarre plane
yourself in the journal of the academy of breastfeeding medicine. >> brian: well, conartists never sleep. they're looking for the next way to make a big quk. -- quick buck. you'll be surprised what chris martinez found out. he has the story. >> just recently been identified as the winner. >> reporter: father mike ortiz thought he won over $1 million from the publisher's clearing house in 2014. >> i thought this is great. thank you, god. thank you, god. >>or 87-year-old called to collect his winnings, a conartist told him he first had to pay $40,000 in taxes. he did. and soon found out the letter was a fake and he was the victim of a scam. >> hook, line and sinker. i fell. >> reporter: most people think that senior citizens are most likely to fall for a scam. but new research from the better business bureau finds it's actually the exact opposite. >> younger people and more educated people do tend to be more likely to lose money to a scam. >> reporter: the report looked
of seniors ended up giving the conartist money, but three times as money fell for the scam at 18 to 34 years old. the better business bureau calls it optimism bias. younger people are overconfident they can spot a con and don't put their guard up. >> these stereotypes so wildly held it's older people or people who are perhaps gullible or less educated, these are really just stereotypes and not an accurate reflection of the >> reporter: the better business bureau also found that seniors are much more likely than millennials to report a scam. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. >> brian: well, watch out. the better business bureau says one in five people actually lose money to a scam every single year. >> tia: well, tesla will update the solve ware on the cars that would have prevented a deadly crash in florida just four months ago. a driver slammed in a tractor-trailer and his auto
radar instead of cameras. traditional cameras may not work well in some lighting conditions. >> brian: here's something you do not see every day. that's a small plane there and the pilot had to make an emergency landing overnight along a busy highway. police say he had to maneuver the plane down, after running out of gas. he was able to land the aircraft without hitting any cars or buildings. must be a pretty good pilot i would imagine. all right. straight ahead, other than the fact that he when he took off. straight ahead on cleveland 19 news, yesterday the nfl paid respects to the victims of the 9-11 attacks. but in the background were protests of the anthem. we'll take you inside the controversial day after the break. >> samantha: a live look outside now and show you what you can expect if you've got an appointment you've got to make it to by 1:00, the weather won't slow you down on your way out the door. 70s, sunshine, low humidity. it just doesn't get much better
donald trump facing new criticism - he appeared to mock a
reporter with a disability. "you gotta see this guy. 'uhhhh i don't know 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." >> brian: well, sunday wasn't just the beginning of the nfl regular season, marked the 15th year anniversary of the
>> tia: it was a day of patriotism and protest. hena daniels has the story. ? what so proudly we hail ? >> reporter: in a show of solidarity and tribute to victims of the september 11th terror attacks, the seattle seahawks stood and linked arms during the national anthem before their season opener against the miami dolphins. >> we want to oner those lives lost 15 years ago on this tragic day. and also honor those who have freedom that we cherish. we want to ensure that freedom and the security of justice for all people. >> reporter: during the same game, four miami dolphins neiled on -- neiled on the sidelines as the "star-spangled banner" played, their coach talked after the game. >> it's their opinion. my job is to coach a football team. >> reporter: one show of patriotism by new york giants odell beckham and victor cruz could have them paying up.
for wearing unsanctioned footwear as they played in commemorative cleats showing a tribute to the fdny. hena daniels, cbs news, >> they could be fined $6,000 for wearing the patriotic cleats, since they weren't approved. police unions around the country, though, have promised to pay the fines on the player's behalf if enforced. tonight on monday night football, colin kaepernick is expected to continue his protestgy sitting for the national >> samantha: all right. time now 1219 on this beautiful morning. it's been a gorgeous start to the weekend. we're going to carry this nice weather through the afternoon. anything you have planned, you don't need to worry about rain or extreme heat. we literally have no weather worries at all. minimal cloud cover. certainly no rain showers around. so we're already looking ahead to what's next.
wednesday afternoon, there will be showers and thunderstorms around. remember earlier in the show, when i showed you that cold front, that's going to be moving in late in the day, so think afternoon, early evening, evening commute timeframe. we don't expect severe weather right now. but some thunderstorms could produce gusty winds. until wednesday, smooth sailing. this is car wash weather, right. we have wall-to-wall sunshine this afternoon. and clear skies tonight. 77 at 2:00. wel 4:00 in the and then we'll start to drop. 70 at 8:00 tonight and then dropping down into the mid-60s by 10:00. by tomorrow morning i think most of us will be back in the 50s, if you liked how it felt this morning, i think you'll enjoy tomorrow morning's temperatures as well. but bear in mind it might be a little bit warmer tomorrow morning. you know, some of you got into the upper 40s this morning. i don't think we'll have as many 40s, if any.
we'll start off at about 59 at 7:00. upper 70s, midday and then low 80s tomorrow afternoon. so we are going to get warmer tomorrow. but the humidity stays low, so i don't expect an uncomfortable day at all. i think tomorrow will be just as nice as today. mostly sunny skies, your forecast for tuesday. but wednesday it all comes to an end. we get a little cooler, because we'll have more cloud cover around, we'll be in the mid-70s wednesday and then those thunderstorms arrive late in the should be done. i don't expect much in the way of overnight rain wednesday. after wednesday's cold front, things dry out very quickly. check out thursday, friday. guys, nothing going on as we round out the workweek. super quiet weather and look how cool on thursday. 73 degrees. that's going to feel excellent. but we get warmer into the weekend. and that leads us to our next first alert weather day, which
reunion or maybe you're heading to a baseball game or a wedding, maybe you're planning a wedding for the start of the weekend, order those tents, because it does look like rain is a good bet. brian is scowling at me. i'm thinking he has a golf outing planned. >> brian: can't play golf under a tent, sam. >> samantha: no, you can't. you can hang out. >> brian: a beautiful week. not hanging out and waiting for the rain. >> samantha: or leave. >> brian: just going to hang >> tia: hire a tent girl. >> >> brian: hire a what? >> tia: somewhere to follow you along with a tent. >> brian: is there such a thing? should i look that up in the phone book? >> samantha: you'll have your own tent. >> brian: i think it's as obscure as a tent girl. there's still more to come on cleveland 19 news at noon -- >> tia: that's right. like the handyman using his own
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trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. that's how you solve problems and that's what
>> tia: welcome back. a illinois man wants to break a world record and doing it all on his own. >> >> brian: the world's biggest teeter totter. the thing is huge. it wasn't his original plan. >> at first i thought i want to build me a big wind chime. and i looked on the internet and i found one that was out of my reach. so i said, well, how about a teeter totter. >> brian: oh! >> tia: 100 feet long and the 77-year-old started working on it back in 2014. >> brian: now he wants to make it into the guinness book of world records and wants his legacy to live on. and build something his grandchildren can brag about for generations to come. >> tia: okay. >> samantha: good for him. >> brian: looks like you have to be strapped into the baby. >> samantha: like a catapult. >> brian: look at that. >> samantha: a little slow moving. >> tia: wow!
ride. >> samantha: no. no. that's our kind of roller coaster ride. >> tia: yeah. >> brian: all right, sam. what have we got? something? anything? >> samantha: nothing. crickets, right. it's so quiet monday, tuesday. what did you say, jeff? >> always something. >> samantha: yeah. wednesday. we have storms coming in, until then smooth sailing. thursday, friday also looking very quiet. this is a really nice week, guys. but rain and storms return on saturday. browns game right. good weather i'm thinking in the afternoon. in the morning we could see a few showers. >> tia: i was trying to make a cricket noise and i was very unsuccessful. >> samantha: yeah. that's why i started of laking. >> tia: i always try to do animal sounds, it never sounds like it. all right, guys. thank you so much for watching us at noon. don't worry. "the young and the restless" is up next. >> brian: yep. we'll see you at 4:00.
n lying to you. >> jack: how? about what? >> phyllis: i let you believe i was committed to making our marriage work. i wasn't. sorry. all this time, all i've done... is betray you. >> jill: jack is gonna find out. you're gonna...break your brother's heart. you're gonna do irreparable damage to your family. and you're gonna blame me for that? i won't let you. [ breathlessly ] no, i -- oh! >> billy: hey. >> jill: don't, don't, don't. you're gonna trash your life,