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Jan 18, 2016 5:00pm EST
. >> dan: a book about george washington slaves gets pulled from the shelves. the reason behind the controversy coming up. >> tiffani: an alert for . >>> live from cleveland's newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent this is cleveland 19 news. >> tiffani: tonight a new polish. new research claims dangerous chemicals from the polish are getting inside your body. julie watts with the alert. >> i will use yellow now. >> reporter: from the nursery to nail salon polish is popular of girls of all ages. a study from duke university says chemical from some polishes can get inside your body. ewe says researchers tested chemical of tphp. every woman had elevated levels after their painted their nails. >> nail polish is the only personal care product with this chemical listed as an ingredient. they estimate half of all nail polishes have tphp used as a flame retardant in foam furniture like couches. more research is needed to the effects of this chemical in humans, animal studies indicate tphp is linked to reproductive and developmental issues. that is surprising to jenna who lets her ki
CBS
Jan 27, 2016 5:00pm EST
. >> cathrine: fist a south ohio dog has a new home thanks to george clooney. nate has a birth defect. no one wanted to adopt him. george clooney and his wife were following the videos on-line and adopted him. they fell in love with the pooch. >> what a great story. >> hey, sharks! take a good look. that's "fast and furious" actor vin diesel as a pitchman. the rare video is making the rounds on social media. you can definitely see the passion he would later put into his movie characters. >> the car made famous by back to the future movie is back into it will be built in humble, texas a price of just under 100 grand for that price. you think it would do time travel. >> do you mean to tell me you built a time machine out of a delorean. >> w-2's rolling out. tips before you do your taxes so the i.r.s. doesn't show up on your doorstep coming up on >> jeff: okay. all is quiet now. i am tracking that system that you see there coming at us tomorrow. >> romona: six officers fired for cleveland's deadly chase and crash. we are digging deeper. martin flask was safety director at the time. what
CBS
Feb 17, 2016 5:00pm EST
pitch from george w. campaign earlier in the week and it is clear she wants to get behind the winner and she thinks it is marco rubio. >> denise: all right. we will check back with you soon. >> john kasich will make his return tonight. the ohio governor is tote to appear on the late show with stephen colbert. he was on the show in november when colbert grilled the governor on marijuana legalization. you can catch the late show after cleveland 19 news at 11:00 here on cbs 19. >> standing on your box there. >> denise: i am standing on the box there and compared to mr. 6'4" and i have 3-inch heels on. you are a tall man and handsome man as you all tell us. >> jeff: thank you very much, i appreciate it. >> and most loved man giving us 55 degrees on friday. >> jeff: it will melt a lot of snow. you can get back on your bike. we have leftover light snow south and east of cleveland. this is not adding up to much, that disturbance that came through. other spots we are seeing the sunshine now in cleveland. but look, it is pretty cold 25 ashtabula, 28 cleveland and we still have 35 in dover new
CBS
Sep 26, 2016 5:00pm EDT
william on a state visit to canada, but once again young prince george stealing the spot light. the three year old refuse ad greeting from the country's prime minister. the prince repeatly wouldn't shake hands or return high fiveswith prime minister justin trudeaux. the royal family clearly unfazed. like i don't know you. big, scary man, forget about it. >> continuing coverage now the first presidential debate that starts at 9:00 p.m. tonight. not since the cold war has russia played such a central role in the election. >> donald trump's business ties to russia and his praise of his president have been criticized by his opponent hillary clinton. charlie went to moscow to meet some of trump's fans. >> one of donald trump's biggest biggest stars. wide-eyed enthusiasm for the republican candidate goes back 22 years when performed at trump's taj mahal casino in atlantic city shin i hope that when the donald will be president our relationship with will be much, much closer. >> donald trump has said tat he nato and has heaped praise on russian president vladimir putin calling him a strong leade
CBS
Aug 12, 2016 5:00pm EDT
estimate 300 to 400 years when the sharks were actually born >> reporter: that's before george washington was but a twinkle in his father's eye. in fact, around the same time the actual galileo started staring up at the stars and with its own longevity. >> sharks are functioning in the hundreds and attacking prey, eating and living and to them it is a normal life. we have to learn from it. if we can learn hopefully each can learn better >> reporter: maybe die seth key. they have been found with polar bear, reindeer and moose in their stomachs and will gobble up anything that slides off the ice. charlie london. >> the shark is longest lived vertebrae species. >>> time for a quick weather update with beth. i am thinking about the shark living all these years. >> i was thinking about the moose comment. we will feel wet this weekend. feeling like we are fish. look at that. this is doppler max. taking the snapshot of what's happening. we are watching that line of showers and storms slowly move to the east. medina this caught my attention. it is sitting and soaking through medina. this is produ
CBS
Mar 3, 2016 5:00pm EST
ago today a video camera captured an arrest that shaped u.s. history. on march 3rd, 1991 george holiday recorded this scene from his apartment balcony in l.a. showing l.a. pd officers beating a black name named rodney king. king was released two days later in april four police officers were acquitted of criminal charges in the beating leading to the violent riots around southern california and exactly 20 years later king was found dead in his swimming pool. >>> after seeing so many negative stories, a local businessman came up with the idea to reward people for acts of kindness. >> dan: today a streetsboro special aid was honored for her deeds and it was a complete surprise. she thought she was giving an award to a student. >> reporter: jeannie received a big surprise thursday at her job. >> [ applause ] >> reporter: the special needs student aid was rewarded for being a generous person. >> it is unbelievable, overwhelming. i had no idea. >> reporter: local businessman dennis mcmichael says he came up for the idea stand for generosity after seeing too many negative stories in th
CBS
Aug 23, 2016 5:00pm EDT
bottles as a promotion. there's george. >> nice tan going there. see that? >> chris: i will be honest that would get me to kfc. >> denise: i don't know. the thought of slathering on stuf chicken. >> jeff: why not? it is fantastic. you might have a pack of dogs following you away from the beach. >> denise: i worked at mcdonald's as a kid and you can't get the smell out of you. i don't want to smell like a fast food chain. >> jeff: great sun protection. you needed it stayed. more cloud cover in the mix tomorrow and can you get the sunburn this time of year. >> this pretty much tells the sale. muggy meter tonight and tomorrow and look at this on thursday. whoop. oppressive. it will feel uncomfortable for one day while tomorrow night and through the day thursday until we get the next front going through. high clouds out there now. can you see a strip of high thin cloud cover and this is a sign we do have a little more moisture beginning to try to build in whenever we see the cloud cover like that. and this cloud deck will move i i still think we will be quite sunny at least early tomorrow
CBS
Aug 8, 2016 5:00pm EDT
, and now you have george p bush, he's look, we need to back the candidate of the republican party. we need to stop hillary clinton, we need to lick our wounds, get over it, if you will, and suppot dump -- donald trump and that's what he's doing. >> stacey, live for us in washington, d.c. thank you for the time evening. >> keep it right here for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 every day at 5:00. you can also get the latest from the campaign trail on the go. just follow us on facebook and cleveland 19 news mobile app. >> beginning today, e-cigarettes will now be regulated just like regular cigarettes. that means if you're under 18 or 21 in cleveland, you cannot buy them. chris martinez is getting answes on the new rules. >> 27-year-old matthew ron gave up regular cigarettes for electronic cigarettes about a year ago and so far hasn't lookd back. >> it doesn't have that same after taste asmo i don't have the terrible smell when i walk around. >> the government is concerned these products can end up in the hands of children so, starting monday new rules take effect tht ban sales to m
CBS
Oct 5, 2016 5:00pm EDT
election with hanging chads and george w. bush. barack obama a few years ago. for the most part it made the soul focus of the battle against climate change and asked hillary clinton if he can come out of retirement to a certain extent and get back on the campaign trail and gore is hoping to specifically target millennial volters who care a lot about climate change and it is interesting that the clinton campaign has al gore by no younger anymore and the chief job is bring in voters in their 20s and 30s just another example how to predict this 2016 election is going. >> who would have thunk. >> chris: north of 80 million people tuned in for the debate. do you have how many nights people watched last night? >> yeah, chris. we don't have the complete numbers. we know it is in the range of 40 to 50 million viewers, about debate with the presidential candidates. it is not a surprise. it is a big drop-off with the vice presidential and presidential debates and this is interesting. it is less viewers than watch the 2012 presidential or vice presidential debate and 2008 vice presidential de
CBS
Feb 19, 2016 5:00pm EST
for the former ohio state football star eddie george. he won the heisman trophy and spent nine years in the nfl and george caught the theater bug after his career wound down took theater lessons voice lessons and is in in "chicago." >> a lot of talent, too. >> dan: that's nice. >>> we warned you on monday coyotes on the prowl in our area >> romona: now at 6:00 out in the cold. parents upset with what they call improper punishment at school. >> she was a nice, beautiful mother and friend and did not deserve this to happen to her. >> mark: friends still want justice for aliza. she was murdered in downtown cleveland. today her lawyer appeared in court accused of lying to investigators. >> romona: plus we are back in lorain a day after a little girl was found after disappearing for hours. but was she alone? >>> live from cleveland's newscenter, cleveland 19 news starts now. >> mark: i believe they call these the winds of change blowing through our area. >> romona: some of those winds are pretty strong. jeff tanchak joins us with an unseasonally warm forecast. the western counties with a
CBS
Feb 12, 2016 5:00pm EST
his brother more. george w. bush is running a radio ad and joining his little next week in south carolina and still one of the more popular politicians in that state and of course have be barbara bush, his mother along, does not hurt. she is a beloved woman in the south. >> dan: interesting when they pick and choose when to use george bush. >> let's move to the democratic side of things. really up next for them is the nevada caucus and spending more time in south carolina. are they ignoring nevada? what's the play there? >> no. definitely not ignoring nevada. bernie sanders isn't in either state. he went to minneapolis to do an event. hillary clinton left the debate in wisconsin and went straight to south carolina and held an event in denmark, south carolina. denmark, south carolina is in a place rural and predominantly hardships and struggles sparse economics and call the corridor of shame. she is trying to focus really hard to make sure what happened in 2008 where she had a lead in south carolina and lost it to now president obama. she wants to make sure it doesn't happen again
CBS
Sep 1, 2016 5:00pm EDT
catherine bosley, the innerbelt bridge closing at 8:00 p.m. i-90 east over the george voinovich bridge will be closed for bridge deck repair. and it will close under i-90 overnight and both roads are beneath bridge repairs. >>> first alert traffic on cleveland 19 news is sponsored by ford. >> denise: we want to take a live look at traffic right now. this is 77 nothing to report there. there is an accident on the jennings freeway southbound at i-480. be advised of that if someone you know takes that route home. give them a heads up. >> chris: coming up is your vehicle car seat latch system >>> live from cleveland's newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent this is cleveland 19 news. >> denise: if you have ever installed a car seat you know how tricky it can be. a new report shows the process got easier in cars released in the past year. >> that's good news. weijia jiang with keeping your kids safe in the event of an accident. >> jim and vicky had their first child, john, sunday. new parents were dreading the idea of installing a car seat and found out it was a snap. >> i couldn't believ
CBS
Feb 4, 2016 5:00pm EST
wouldn't expect george klon knee to bumble his proposal to wife amal in of all people. turns out he says it was hilariously horrible. planned all out had a song buys i had aunt rose mary clooney playing background be and hid ring in a box. when she pulled it out, she didn't understands he was asking her to marry him. had left it there. he finally went down on one knee but she still didn't realize what was happening he findly had say, hey i need an answer. i am 52 and i could throw out my hip pretty soon >> how could she not. ring be he knee maybe she wasn't thinking like that. >> well justin beiber has video that is the most complained about of all time. on youtube. google says more people have flagged the video as inappropriate, than any other clip on the on-line video platform. that does not necessarily mean people think it has too much nudity sex or violence in it. flagging something is often just use by people who just a, hey i just don't like this video. google not saying which video it is. or how many times it has been flagged. >> well pan teen strong beautiful campaign, just
CBS
Oct 17, 2016 5:00pm EDT
rush hour drivers. i-90 west has three lanes entering the george voinovich bridge in addition to the east 9th and ontario lanes. that means there are now 5 lanes >> chris: halloween coming up fast and ways to keep your kids safe for truck or treating. dan? >> dan: some statistics will open your eyes how dangerous halloween can be at night. talking about kids getting, running out into traffic and making a bad choice there. we are using and feature coupon chief. we have really liked what they have done here with some of the tips and stats are really what's shocking here. let's take a look at this one first. four accidents increase four times on halloween compared to any other average day t. makes sense. kids are out on the sidewalk walking through the neighborhood. then looking at the scary statistic of child pedestrian deaths more than double on halloween compared to any other day. here is the big one. over 70% of the accidents, the child was not crossing at an intersection. kids were excited and want to get to the house across the bolt out into traffic and think about this now. what
CBS
Sep 20, 2016 5:00pm EDT
, former maryland lieutenant governor george h.w. bush told her he is voting for hillary clinton and a bush spokesman says his vote is private and is not commenting on the race. >>> remember to stay with cleveland 19 news for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 and can you find updates on cleveland19.com on our facebook page or our twitter feed. >> much less polarizing topic: the weather. >> denise: i know. if jeff could run as a third party candidate he would win da >> jeff: the weather, that's what would get me in. >> denise: yeah. people love this stuff. >> jeff: until it changes by election time. >>> 85 the official high at cleveland hopkins. we will be around that number again tomorrow and on thursday before we start to see some changes. if you are headed out this evening forecast at 7:00 around 60s and eventually i have mid to upper 50s there and that is where we should be this time of year seeing seasonable nights and when the sun comes up, warm. akron-canton at 86. there's quite the difference now on the north side of downtown 78 degrees. and north wind at 6. lake breeze wit
CBS
Oct 28, 2016 5:00pm EDT
here. >> i have not seen any here today. >> some who live in ohio, like 91-year-old george buyer who is rooting for the cubs going to the 1945 world series. >> i have been waiting. >> and they are tough to find in the crowd indians fans are excited for the big game tonight. >> hopefully, the indians fans come out in droves tonight. chicago, shelby miller cleveland 19 news. >> denise: that would be cool. it is not outside wrigley field overflowing with cubs fans. inside the stadium it is understood that cub fans are greatly outnumber indians fans. >> shelby miller is just as excited as indians faithful. wrigley field hosting their first world series in 71 years. the entire city buzzing with excitement. north siders thinking they would never seen a world series game at wrigley field. last one october 1945 cubbies lost the last title 1908, 108 years ago. >> in the first world series since 1945. no other feeling like it. it is exciting. we have been disappointed so many times. it is here for real. i think they can do it. not making it to the world series and we are here today. >> chris: we
CBS
Mar 4, 2016 5:00pm EST
our stuff and walk out quietly. >> parents got a recorded message from the superintendent george joseph and texts from their kids. >> i noticed a couple of extra cops in the parking lot and wish instincts saying hey, is anything going on? >> i was freaked out. everybody seemed calm. it was kind of scary. >> macy read the text to her mother. >> mom, i am freaking out. what has the school told you. >> she said what is it. >> they evacuated us to franklin because of a bomb threat. >> some thought the bomb threat was fun and games. not for this mother and daughter. it was scary. >> it was scary. usually there's a threat. but it never came to where they were outside and they actually went to another building and that really did scare me. >> everybody started getting crazy and screaming and it went on from there and everybody panicked. >> we had a locker alerted on, also a vehicle in the parking lotta lettered us on and that forced us to the next level of protocol and that was to >> at the end of the thorough search by police and six k-9s from various departments throughout the area, n
CBS
Mar 11, 2016 5:00pm EST
former george w. bush and wife laura and former first lady hillary clinton were among those in attendance. >>> former presidential candidate ben carson endorsed donald trump today. >> dan: dr. carson dropped out of the race after failing to win throwing his support behind his former rival because he is the voice of the people to be heard. >>> meantime donald trump is speaking out about his campaign reporter who sucker-punched a protestor at a rally in north carolina last week. at last night's republican debate mr. trump does not condone the act of violence. but in florida today when asked about the protestor getting punched, trump's story was much different. >> i thought it was very, very appropriate. he was swinging and hitting people and the audience hit back. and that's what we need. >> dan: 78-year-old john mcgraw is hit with assault and disorderly conduct charges for hitting the protestor. mcgraw says he did it because the guy was not acting like an american. >> denise: also speaking in florida senator marco rubio told his ohio supporters to vote for john kasich in next we
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Feb 29, 2016 5:00pm EST
over the years. tina krause has the latest. >> reporter: australian cardinal george pell testified sex abuse and told commissioners in sydney that it is a scandal that the catholic church allows thousands of children to suffer abuse at the hands of priests. >> the church is in many places certainly in australia mucked things up. has let people down and i am not here to defend the indefensible. >> kelly acknowledged he heard a catholic school teacher serial al booze students might be involved in pedophilia activity in the 70s and had no idea how rampant clergy abuse was at the time. >> i must say in those day ifs a priest denied such activity i was strongly inclined to accept the com. >> reporter: about two dozen abuse survivors from australia traveled to italy to hear pell testify. >> let's get actions in place to support with those in the past >> pell, pope francis advisory had an audience with the pope after he testified school tina krause, cbs news. >> dan: let's talk politics. presidential candidates are making their final pitches to voters ahead of the super tuesday contest. a
CBS
Aug 18, 2016 5:00pm EDT
snail's night. and cavs victory parade and folks taking to the street. george, can you see the bunch crossing here probably headed to the ball yard. a beautiful night in cleveland. get out and enjoy and come to one of these events. will you have to deal with traffic, okay, so what. will you get to see a really great venue and event whether it is the browns, the indians, paul mccartney which i think is sold out or head to edgewater. >> reporting live 9th street and the traffic is packed, i'm jon loufman, cleveland 19. >> denise: jon, i hope you can still hear me. are the fans walking in the streets yet? >> in game's past fans start to filter into the streets in such numbers it makes it impossible for cars to get through. are you seeing that yet? yeah. absolutely. the shot we showed you of the folks crossing the street there was and a few minutes ago and the street. a few minutes ago we saw fans in browns gear and a guy with the number one on his back and going back and forth indians gear going south. browns gear going north and everybody having a pretty good time here dnc all right. l
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Feb 3, 2016 5:00pm EST
for the ride. >> that's what i am talking about, george. word. yeah. >> what should die with the wooden ones? >> denise: a teaser for the ad shows lil wayne hanging out with george washington and features jeff gold bluhm. help the carolina panthers get a superbowl ring. >> romona: now at 6:00, a cleveland 19 news investigation. looking into a councilwoman's personal money problems. >>> and she's on a committee that oversees millions. >> jeff: as you felt today, record warmth shattered across the board now here comes colder temps. >> mark: and a proud father watching as his son is getting ready for this sunday. the superbowl. >>> live from cleveland's newscenter, cleveland 19 news starts now. >> romona: the explosion sent shockwaves through a community. >> this is heart-wrenching. a whole family gone at one time. daughters are dead.
CBS
Mar 14, 2016 5:00pm EDT
engaged prince george's officers responded heroic. >> dennis lives nearby and heard gunshots. >> turned tv and heard four or five shots and i heard the helicopter and came outside and saw policemen and everybody in a frantic state. >> reporter: police shot and injured the gunman treated at a hospital and arrested two brothers and evidence shows the gunmen intended to die in the shootout. >> law enforcement officials who came to the hospital where coalson was treated are distraught after dying from his wounds. >> he lit up a room. he was a tremendous personality and made everybody smile and wanted to be everything to everybody. >> we witnessed again another act of evil and this is an act of cowardice. >> sharp says there could have been more injuries. >> luckily they were closed. and if the center was open it could be 50 to 100 kid at the time. investigation later today. >> in prince george's maryland craig boswell cleveland 19 news. >>> police did seconds ago and saying they are investigating the death of officer coalson has the result of friendly fire coming off a shootout i
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Mar 9, 2016 5:00pm EST
the casket through thursday afternoon. first lady michelle obama and former president george w. bush and hillary clinton will attend mrs. reagan's private funeral. >> it was a big night in politics last night and big night for donald trump. a surprise for bernie sanders. let's take a look at the republican primary map right now. all the red states trump wins including four contests from yesterday, michigan, mississippi, over in hawaii last night and idaho actually went to ted cruz. those are the blue states. marco rubio, the only orange state. that's all he has won. what was interesting about michigan, many said that was probably ohio governor john kasich's one chance to win tonight and he came in third and trump with 37% of the vote ted cruz and john kasich. let's look at where the delegates stand trump at 456, cruz 356. magic line here 1237 and none of the candidates on the republican side close to that. and we start talking about the democrats. the big surprise was in michigan. hillary clinton was a big and all of the polls. yet bernie sanders comes in and steals the victory. 50-4
CBS
Feb 11, 2016 5:00pm EST
in south carolina and that will be his big brother former president george bush remains a popular politician in the state of south carolina and radio ads airing with the elder bush on there and actually will stump for his little brother in south carolina before the primary. >> dan: interesting tactic there. >> denise: earlier in the show we talked about the state department releasing more e-mails from hillary clinton's private server. can this hurt her as she goes forward? is there any indication she needs to do something about it or much adieu about nothing and more of the same. >> reporter: we don't know until campaign has been taking the same approach as each of those are coming out. the e-mails are coming out on the last day of each month and hurt a little bit because of the weather in washington, d.c. and also because of a malfunction dealing with a computer they had with the state department and her campaign has been tried to separate and the sanders campaign isn't going hard either and feign muss retort he had nobody cares about her e-mails in the first debate and they have
CBS
Dec 1, 2016 5:00pm EST
avon lake a drunk driving charge against george ruple could be dismissed soon. he was arrested on the case filed paperwork to have charges dropped since the highway patrol trooper didn't have a legitimate reason to arrest ruple. avon lake municipal judge has to approve the motion. >> denise: in akron former richfield officer michael simmons was in court for sentencing. he pleaded guilty to taking money with shop with a cop program. the judge sentenced him 18 months and suspended the sentence. he will serve two years community service. he also has to pay $15,000 in restitution. >> chris: coming up next, more accolades for lebron. find out what honor he received accolades for lebron. find out what honor he received today on cleveland 19 news at from now until the end of the year, shopping at small businesses could be even more rewarding. because, when you shop small you could get two times the rewards. so support the businesses that make your town a community. the people who make your community, home those insiders, with the inside knowledge, those friends with a welcome smile. and you
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Nov 16, 2016 5:00pm EST
. >> chris: thank you. >>> an avon police officer was officer george ruple was stopped by state troopers on labor day. he was arrested after failing field sobriety tests. ruple's lawyer questioned the trooper at the hearing today. no word when he is due in court next. >> we told you yesterday about trash trouble at a local store. some complained it was piling up too close to their homes. >> denise: that's right. cleveland 19 is getting actions from the neighbors. cleveland. catherine, what happened after your story ran last night? >> reporter: i am glad to say this is what happened. look over here where the huge pile was. it is all gone. it is all cleaned up. even the air smells a little cleaner here this evening and all this of course outside the family dollar store at miles and lee roads. the clean up is not thanks to the store itself or officials we talked to about this. instead it is thanks to a company for the mess growing here wanting to help out. >> reporter: what a job. three garbage trucks. six guys, a couple of hours and finally a dirty job done. >> glad to see this. appreciate it
CBS
Oct 11, 2016 5:00pm EDT
. come on, george. >> anchor: i was scrolling through that hashtag the images were beautiful. >> denise: look at today, picture perfect. chamber of commerce weather for fall. >> jeff: sure. wait until tomorrow. we are going to be well in the 70s here a day well above. perhaps even approaching summer-like levels for one day. 66 right now, high and med level clouds. no rain in the area. we are dry the you are heading out the door going to the store this evening getting dinner, mostly cloudy, 64 at 6:00. 7:00, 62 and down to 59 at 8:00. traffic seems to be moving good out of downtown, 77 there. 67 in sandusky, akron-canton a little cooler there, 62 and wooster is at 64 degrees. the headlines go like this. potential. we did see fostoria inland with readings in the 30s. warm tomorrow and rain and turning cooler on thursday. the changeable forecast details later on in the half hour. here's traffic. >>> first alert traffic on cleveland 19 news is sponsored by ford. >> denise: this is 77 in and out of downtown. smooth sailing there. but we do want to tell but a disabled vehicle in th
CBS
Sep 9, 2016 5:00pm EDT
officer george rupeel for going left of center atkinsel and stoney ridge. rupeel failed the field sobriety test. his attorney entered not guilty plea to ovi and other charges. >>> make sure you give yourself plenty of time to get around if you are in brooklyn. the entrance ramp to i-480 westbound is closed to replace pavement there. it 6:00 a.m. and there is a detour in place there. the closure is part of the tiedeman road improvement project. >>> first alert traffic on cleveland 19 news is sponsored by ford. >> chris: taking a look at 77 headed in and out of town on this gorgeous friday. you can see it is light, moving and it's cruising and no reports that we are getting right now of >>> cleveland is ranked first by "usa today" as the best city to go car free. a group called 10 best put together this list ranking cleveland tops in the country. the city gets credit for rapid connecting the airport to downtown and the neighborhoods. and the buses to and from cleveland's entering suburbs. the top five cities to go car free are cleveland, then denver, new york, chicago and washington
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Mar 1, 2016 5:00pm EST
age them a lot. a person's looks can change quite a bit over eight years >> take a look at george w bush and barak obama at the beginning and end of their presidencies. >> what happens is the president almost ages two years for every years in their office. you can see in the color of their hair and you can see it in the risk of dying. >> wellness expert dr. michael royson says the high stress can make you appear much older if you don't manage it and the good news is when the commander in chief leaves the office, the aging process can be reversed. >> until you are 6 feet under you get a chance of reversing the aging and make yourself much younger. >> dr. royson says this can be accomplished through healthy diet and better management of stress. >> i love that guy. his energy is contagious when he is phenomenal. >> he is the wellness expert. i hope he has the energy. >> maybe if you give me the tips of the stress of being a meteorologist in cleveland. >> that's right. if you get to wrong, they're after you. >> well, you know, a bit of a bust because we're not going to get as much snow
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Sep 13, 2016 5:00pm EDT
caught the flames and smoke. a spokesman for prince george's county schools says there were 20 children on the bus at the time headed to a local elementary school. thankfully they all got out. the students were not hurt. theau under investigation. >> denise: look at that video. my goodness. >> the facebook revenge porn trial is moving forward now. a judge is allowing a lawsuit filed by a 14-year-old girl suing over a nude picture that showed up on the site. the teenager called the image an act of revenge porn and is accusing facebook of not having a system in place to block the image. a time to pay homage to the mighty and tasty peanut providing more protein than any other nut and research shows eating peanuts daily can reduce your risk of death and heart disease by 29%. i did not know that. get your peanut on. >> i had peanut butter this morning. i would hope that counts. crushed up peanuts. >>> school is back in session. of course many kids are c >> chris: that's right. no minimum age for latchkey kids. many families can't afford that after-school care. tiah ewing getting answers how
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