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successor. >> mark: it was the first time they ever met. chris tanaka shows they both had positive remarks. >> chris: that's right president obama and president-elect trump spent 90 minutes talking together in the oval office. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future including counsel. >> we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed. because if you succeed country succeeds. >> denise: there were protestors outside saying the president-elect has to bridge a deep divide in the country. mr. touch and vice president-elect mike pence met with leaders on capitol hill talking issues with house speaker paul ryan. >> we are now talking about how we will hit the ground running to make sure we can get this country turned around. >> chris: that includes gutting obamacare and lowering taxes both easily expected to clear the republican majority in
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oval office first lady michelle obama and incoming first lady melania trump spoke about the challenges of raising children in the white house. getting answers chris tanaka, cleveland 19 news. >> mark: thank you, chris. >> governor kasich went to meet the governor and the cavs. >> today i said my prayers on the plane for the success of donald trump. and i think as americans. we all need >> it is well-known kasich did not support the president-elect before the election and wrote in john mccain's name when he voted. >> welcome to the white house and give it up for the world champion cleveland cavaliers [ applause ] that's right. i said world champion and cleveland in the same sentence. >> mark: wow. >> denise: yeah.
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likely acknowledging our sports outhere. >> mark: cavs ended that and that's why they went to the white house today and tony zarrella was there for all the excitement. >> tony: he followed up with that's why we talk about hope. if i can describe the scene at the white house it is active. incredibly active. >> donald trump arriving and cavaliers and since then group after group of group and waves of people going intohe later and staffers saying final good-byes to president obama and getting a final photo op and across the street protestors, anti-trump protestors going at it since we arrived at 11:00 and still going strong. as for the ceremony they say timing is everything in life and timing could not be better for the cavaliers, obviously they had the game against the wizard and tomorrow about the president's schedule and. >> tiffani: lue saying he hoped to get the visit in while
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deeper? it was important for me having the first black president, i think. our team and the nba being 85, 90% black having a chance to experience this. you grow up as a kid and atmosphere and seeing the first black president and being alive for that and how much it meant for my grandmother, mom and family to be able to experience that and see him in office and meet him is an unbelievable feeling. >> the bring family to this event. ty brought his mom. great sound bite coming up. >> mark: there's a court on site. any talk about going back and shooting around? >> tony: they did. they were on the court waited an hour and a half and ty said it was a long day we have not had practice and might put them through a workout and see what
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>> tony: that took less than 2 minutes. the comment about j.r.'s shirt, you win. he addressed that right away. great stuff. you know, this was important. the president went through about everybody on the roster. everybody felt a special part of this. ty even talked about down the road if they hit a tough stretch he may point to this day as yet another moment when cavaliers shared something so extraordinary. >> mark: tony zarrella >> denise: the president was so funny. good sense of humor. >> mark: simply beautiful fall day outside. >> denise: yeah, it was. looks like the rain will stay away for now. jeff tanchak joining us in the first alert weather center. a temperature change tomorrow and more cloud cover. with the next front perhaps some sprinkles. i think that will be it with this. >> it is clear and windy and 57. still pretty mild staying that way this evening.
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7:00 temp. and 54, 9:00 and temperatures cooler inland. 52 mansfield and in the akron-canton area. that wind is making it feel cooler. we have a 16mile-an-hour and winds strong on the lakeshore and more on this temperature. >> denise: quite a scare at metro health medical center. a man ran into the emergency room for help. he had been shot nearby at the co scranton. his condition hasn't been released and police are looking for a suspect. a star kent state football player is off the field in court today. harry boomer getting answers on the student accused of kidnapping. >> nathan holley. >> kept state university football fans that name rings a bell. not so much for the rest of us indicted by a portage county grand jury on a kidnapping charge.
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female ksu student against her will. details beyond that point are few and far between. holley is a senior at ksu and played as a safety on the football team. and kylea kerry is sports director at kent state university. >> it could mean potentially his football career at kent state is over. he is a senior and he has two games left. coach paul haines, the head coach declito on the situation at this point. >> harry: the story is getting traction on campus because of the elections. >> you don't expect to see something like that one of kent state star football players is arrested for kidnapping. i will say it bizarre is to describe it. >> a statement reads we are aware of the situation and take this matter very seriously. he has been suspended from the team indefinitely. >> nate holley on a national
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made a name for himself. going into the week he was leading the nation in solo tackles, all-conference player and leader on the team. >> nathan holley is scheduled to be in court january 2017. getting answers harry boomer cleveland 19. >> mark: nathan holley pleaded not guilty. >> denise: a judge sentenced a former peppeke months in prison. jeffrey pleaded not guilty to stalking a woman in 2015. the special prosecutor argued this was not isolated he stalked and followed the woman nine months including following her to the police department as she made her complaint. we are getting answers tonight about a photo and video showing three kindergarten students locked outside of their school. the children attended the
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striking teachers across the street to call the secretary to let them back inside. the school district offered no comment about the incident. we learned superintendents volunteered to help monitor building operations during the strike which is now in its second week. you may have noticed romona robinson is not here for the 6:00 she is being inducted into the press club of the cleveland journalism hall of fame for outstanding work as a journalist. through her romona interviewed presidency and fought for exclusive interviews and never missed covering huge events in cleveland and her pride and joy is helping northeast children in romona's kids. we want to congratulate her on a job well done. >> look for pictures of the dinner later. social media soon. >> denise: she may not be here now. romona has an update on some of her kids tonight. the young women's group from
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girl's confidence and self-esteem taking to social media. the girls post great quotes so other young girls can be inspired by them. they give back to the community volunteering at a battered women's shelter and sponsor an annual community event with talent shows and speakers. nice work those ladies do. all right. in the last half hour we told you wileyville is closing and we are taking a what's happening in the flats on the east bank. it opened in 2013 and marked the beginning of development. the crop complex was another business to shut its doors. while the restaurants are closing, more will open in the flats in the coming months. including margaritaville and rascal flatts theme spot and planning efforts are underway
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100 additional residents. >> you don't hear chains clinking and don't hear anything. you see them coming up growling and snarling and it scares me. up next, we are looking into a problem in a local neighborhood. they have a dog issue so bad not even the post office will come here. jeff? >> we have been talking about this amazing november pattern. get this, next 7 days in the middle of a dry spell. details when i come back. >> denise: thanksgiving two weeks from today. you know what comes next. we have a preview of the black friday deals. get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app powered by calvetta brothers floor show. it is time to fall
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i love from cleveland's newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent, this is cleveland 19 news. >> he waits until i get about right here and then he lunges to the fence and i have to make a
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>> reporter: scare the living daylights out of you. >> yeah. because he is sneaky. >> denise: a dog has terrorized a neighborhood. it happened so much after a third attack on a mail carrier, home delivery has been stopped. >> mark: the only way people on walton avenue in cleveland can get their mail by going to the post office to pick it up. orlo wanted to know why neighbors are being punished and so far nothing is being done to stop the >> reporter: vivian pace opening up the latest batch of mail she retrieved from the post office, retrieved because she no longer a gets home delivery situates in long lines at the post office to get her mail. this is the reason. a pitbull next door. >> i look out my kitchen window to make sure he is secure. >> reporter: jeffrey glen hasn't been so fortunate. he was attacked twice. >> i totally didn't panic.
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he was more obsessed with getting me. >> reporter: the post office says it is investigating and has no power to remove the dog. the city says it is investigating and taken no action. folks on a large chunk on walton avenue are caught in the middle. >> because of the dog problem no carrier wants to be subjected to the dog. it made the division of cleveland animal control and describes how the dog got through a hole and another time he burst out the front door with a bright carrier warning sign. >> somethi the dog. he will get me or somebody. >> vivian complained and nothing can be done unless the dog is loose. >> it is a one incident thing. >> they say it happened three times. >> foster's mother owns the dog and has no plans to get rid of it. >> he had an interesting thing. >> he didn't attack the dog catcher and the police. >> why did the dog catcher and police come by? >> somebody was calling them. >> because he got loose?
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>> the company that owns it is an llc in tampa with no published phone number. >> getting answer, paul orlousky, cleveland 19. >> mark: there were 55 dog attack calls in cleveland this year. calls to animal control have not been returned. last year there were 58 attacks and tied us for number 2 in the nation with san diego, houston, texas number one with 77 dog attacks. >> denise: two weeks and one day until black friday. formulate your battle plan. dan deroos is in the answer center with some of what's out there now. >> black friday is really black thursday. it is about right now. two weeks from now. you have stores like wal-mart opening up at 6 p.m. on thursday. that's on thanksgiving. i have been flipping through the ads that have been released. we are not going to say leaked. this is what they do to get the craze up.
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everyone has a deal on a 4k tv, 55-inch, 4k tv. target has about the same thing. a 50-inch, a little smaller and $50 less. target opening up at 6:00 on thursday and then best buy kind of completes the third big one. they have the third big black friday ad that's out. a samsung 55-inch for $479. it is turning into more and more tv's are the big deal. and offer major on-line deals the wednesday and thursday because they figure people will be off at home, shopping on-line. can you pick up a lot of good stuff wednesday and thursday. some even better than deals in the stores. getting answers in the answer center dan deroos, mark, back to you. >> thank you, dan. >> this is one of the days to walk to work if can you. there will not be many of these. >> denise: i know it.
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days. >> jeff: mark says not many of these. when you look at the forecast we have a few more coming at us now. >> it is cooler tomorrow. we have a front that comes through early in the morning. can you see not much along it. we don't have rain and not much in the way of cloud cover and clouds increasing a little here overnight and more cloud cover tomorrow. i started future view at 1 a.m. and still mild tonight and 40s around 50 downtown along the lakeshore and 7:00 in the morning when we will drop in the 40s and hold steady 40s to around 50. but you can see future view indicating some sprinkles, mainly the first half of the day and not more than that. this system is pretty moisture-starved. with a gusty north wind that will send temperatures in the 40s by late afternoon.
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veteran's day and sun will break out over the weekend. a cool start. 49 saturday and it warms into sunday. increasing clouds overnight. windy and mild tonight 46 the low, akron-canton a little cooler for you, down to 43 with increasing clouds. windy and cooler days, sprinkles around and 50 and north wind gusting over 30. 48 at 8:00 a.m. 48 at 11:00 and around 50 a tomorrow night will be chilly. and saturday approaching 50 and sunny. sunday 56 with sunshine and dry spell into next week. monday partly cloudy 57 and mostly cloudy tuesday, 54 and wednesday and thursday mid to upper 50s. it is looking dry. tony at the white house. all right, thank you, tan.
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cavaliers that could not have been easy for a bulls fan. >> i should add by knocking off the warriors they cemented the 1996 bulls as the greatest team of all time.
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now, this is the serpentini chevrolet sports report on cleveland 19 news. >> tony: all right tony zarrella back live outside the white house. it was so nice today in d.c they held the ceremony on the south lawn. the cavaliers brought the jersey, number 16 for the president and the trophy, too.
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game. >> welcome to the white house. give it up for the world champion cleveland cavaliers! [ applause ] that's right i said world champion and cleveland in the same sentence! i want to give a special thanks to j.r. smith's shirt for showing up. i wasn't sure if it was going to make an appearance today. >> a team for the first t nba history comes back from being down 3-1 in the finals. >> the first team in history. >> there was the what lebron said the defining play of his career. the shot by kyrie playing the cavs up 5 and the stop by kevin
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>> kevin was moving! give it up for the world champs. one last time! >> tony: great stuff. the cavaliers were allowed to bring family members. ty brought hits mom and says she was by far the most emotional one in the place. >> i finally get a chance to travel and meet president obama. she cried when i told her she could come and she was able to make the trip and happy she was able to experience it wme all right cavs head coach ty lou. browns report tomorrow morning on the morning show an incredible extraordinary experience here in the nation's capitol.
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>> jeff: all right veteran's day will be cooler, 50. mostly cloudy sky and windy just some sprinkles, though. down to 32 tomorrow night and nice looking weekend. 49 saturday and sunshine on sunday and 56 for the high there. so the dry stretch of weather continues. >> mark: how about that. >> denise: loving it. >> jeff: no signs of anything big now. >> mark: very good.
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: the transition begins. >> we now are going to... want to do everything we can to help you succeed, because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. >> mr. president, it was a great honor being with you, and i look forward to being with you many, many more times in the >> pelley: the 44th president welcomes the 45th to his new office. the incoming first lady gets a tour of their new home. >> this is what democracy looks like. >> pelley: also tonight, protests against the election results. >> definitely enough to bring me to tears. >> pelley: great expectations. can the new president keep the promises he made? and the play's the thing at the


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