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>> and all of the snow is making things dangerous and the near constant -- and all over this morning. >> and we begin with the team coverage and power of 5 meteorologist somara theodore. >> and good morning, some of us waking up to the lake affect advisory; however, geauga county and southern portions of ashtabula county, we're under a lake affect warning. it may not be bad now while you're heading out of the door and as it persists, it's not looking good and this is a look at the radar and it expands and seeing flurries farther south into akron and canton. the darker purple demoting the -- denoting the heavier snowfall. parts of painesville and shoreland will see some snow this morning and heading into ashtabula county. for now, how are the roads
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>> reporter: we have gone off of the beaten path a bit to give you an idea of what the secondary roads look like and that snow is starting to stick on the secondary roadways. the primary roadways, mostly -- [ indiscernible ] the secondary roadways off into the residential area here near mentor on the lake and the snow is starting to stick. to give you an idea of where we are in that harbor and grand river and we're in the midst there. >> and it you for that look off of the beaten path. and our main roads are good and there are a couple of accidents affecting 71 northbound and another at the
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to see the freezing and slick spots and for you east siders, we're dealing with the heavier snow here and that can affect your commute and this is i look at drive times and not looking bad at all and this is i-90 at 80 -- eddie road and traffic is moving along just fine. >> and the snowbelt is seeing the most snow this morning. >> and sarah phinney is live with more in concord township. >> reporter: the wind is picking up and blowing the light, fluffy snow and we're next to 90. and we don't have that much traffic and we're expecting to pick up in the morning, and odot plows going back and forth and tweeting the lakes are looking god this morning and up to speed.
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is what we saw on the way here and that is some more now is cover and -- more snow covered. and i asked how much the people here in concord township are going to see in the next day and a half and she said by tomorrow night and there will be 8 to 14 inches here in this area near the geauga-lake county line and let's go to meg shaw in orange. how are they looking there? >> i want to echo of the wind picking up and picking up here in orange, making it cold. and let's talk about the roads. they're also looking really great over here as sarah mentioned. just wet at this point and i mean, speeds are moving normal for everybody heading out on the morning commute and the roads are busier now and this is not the case earlier and i
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overnight and this is in downtown cleveland and hadding in to the city. cuyahoga you want key, not escaping the snow this time and a lot of cars taking it slow and let's talk about the morning commute and take it slow and make sure you have plenty of windshield fluid. you need to be clearing that. a lot of odot trucks in the road and making sure you're safe on the way to school and work and we'll keep you updated on conditions in orange. meg shaw, newschannel 5. >> thank you. >> and we're keeping a close eye on school delays and closings for you. we learned press view local school district in richland this morning. they're going to remain under a level one snow emergency. we www.because we honored the energy and the excitement that the democratic party will
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>> new hampshire, i want to thank you. we love you and we're going to be back a lot. we're not going to forget you. you started it. remember, you started it. >> victory celebrations for donald trump and bernie sanders, the two pulling in big wins in the new hampshire primary. nick foley is live in our newsroom this morning. our own governor is celebrating a victory, too. >> he is. if you watch the governor's speech last night, you would have guessed he won and that is because the second-place finish was a victory for his team. instead of a poor showing that would have likely ended his campaign and kasich's hard work in new hampshire paying off as he garnered more than 15% of the vote behind trump's whopping 35%. ted cruz finished just out -- past jeb bush for third on the democratic side and bernie sanders topping hillary clinton and did so in convincing fashion with 60% of the votes. as for kasich and his team, they're sitting in south carolina and the primary there will be campaigning in the palmetto state later today.
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south carolina all across this country and we'll end up in the midwest and you just wait. let me tell you. there is so much going to happen. if you don't have a seatbelt, go get one. -- [ indiscernible ] this country. >> and also of note, new hampshire may have -- another presidential hopeful casualty. new jersey governor, chris christie, who garnered 7%, will head back to new jersey and not south carolina. nick foley, newschannel 5. jackie. >> thank you. and a lot of new details after an amber alert and frantic search for a mother and three children that came to a happy ending yesterday. that stark county mother could face criminal charges. the father said on friday his attorney's wife tar earthquake -- tera rooks took their boys for a trip and she was supposed to return on sunday and didn't. men the mom allegedly threatened suicide via text. they had to issue the amber alert yesterday but within a few hours, they were all found
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>> i can't explain it. it was a big weight lifted off of my shoulders, i guess, knowing they're safe and going to be back. >> and prosecutors reviewing the case and so far, no charges were filed against the mom. >> and 6:07, a 17-year-old high school student accused of killing a kent state student can be tried as an adult. and she attorney generalled -- remember chad the team in the death of 18-year-old massa who was visiting friends in an offcampus apartment. police are looking for the other two suspects this morning. >> and we meanwhile, helps of people showed up for massa's candlelight vigil. someone started a go fund me account in his name. more than $12,000 is donates the past 24 hours. and the arcade bus driver behind this violent attack and due in court today. eric brown faces felonious assault and abduction charges after assaulting a homeless
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you can see all of it is caught on camera. the rta. >> union fighting to get brown his job back. personnel files show brown hasn't had any incidents of passengers the last 28 years and was weeks away from retiring. corrina. and coming into the live desk. this is exciting. the ride-sharing company is expanding and coming to canton. the company announcing to the facebook page that it offers service to the canton area and this includes the akron-canton airport. the pro football hall of fame. the canton museum of art and the canton theatre as well as the downtown area. jackie. and for folks in canton, if you see a car with a pink mustache, don't be alarmed. today, many christians around the world begin le in, t. ash wednesday launches the -- lent. ash wednesday launches the 40- day period. during that time, many christians give up something like their favorite food or take part in shareable activities. and it's 6:08 on your wednesday morning, happy hump day.
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>> i'm terrence lee. coming up, criminals would stay away from the courts, right? instead, they're using them to their advantage and how you can avoid the latest scam. >> and plus, your skittles and m&ms may never look the same. the companies are changing the
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. time now, 6:12 and breaking overnight, a flight headed to san diego forced to make an emergency landing in denver. and officials say alaska airlines flight 769 was diverted after a man on board had too much to drink and became disruptive and verbally abusive toward the crew. and the police and tsa staff met the flight minutes after it landed and took that man into custody. it's not clear if he will be charged the flight got back on its way about 45 minutes or so. and the michigan governor
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million in aid to flynt and in his annual budget proposal that will include 25 million to replace old pipes and this comes after snider declined an invitation to testify at the hearing today about all the children affected by lead in that water. and we learned the flint water crisis could lead to criminal charges. investigators said that government officials might face involuntary manslaughter charges if found negligent in handling the city's water switch and aftermath. the mayor is calling for $55 million in state and federal aid to replace the pipes now. and in ohio, the e.p.a. said at least 30 homes in sebring have high levels of lead in the tapwater. more than 600 homeowners submitted water samples for testing. the operator of the water plant is under investigation and accuseed of waiting months to notify people about contaminated water. and right now, the crews -- to a dangerous storm and has a florida senator demanding
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they reported from new jersey on saturday, heading for florida's port canaveral. the ship ended up battling 30- foot waves and winds off of north carolina's coast on sunday and senator nelson wants investigators to look into why the ship's captain and others continue to cruise despite warnings four days in advance. >> and i am sure there was a courageous crew on board. the question is why? like the old pharaoh last year when we asked the sane questions why should it sail into the storm. >> and you heard a mission there. and ran into a hurricane off of the bahamas. and that ship sank 33 people. and the captain of the cruise ship is telling his side of the story and claims the forecast, quote, was not anything going what we experienced despite the ocean production center on friday and
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to new jersey tonight. >> and for a check on the forecast with somara. >> and hey there. look outside with the snow coming counsel. looks like roads are clear. a lot of main roads. a good amount of snow on the side and let's get a look at what is going on, so, if you're waking up with us, lake county, you're under a lake snow advisory. for geauga county and ashtabula county, this is not going to end until 4:00 p.m. i said it earlier, you know, this is giving it the timeframe visual and that it may not come down hard right now but through the next few hours, we're expecting a good deal of snow and this is a look at the radar seeing the lake affect snow expand. and we're seeing the purple and talking accumulation later on and i want to take a moment to talk about the second weather headline, which is the touches. twenty degrees in medina; 14, millersburg and factor in the windchill and that is feeling like single digits for many of us this morning.
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just the wind chill but the single temperatures? that is going to occur. the jet stream is dripping down and arctic air is plunging into northeast ohio into the weekend and this issy look at the feels like temperature. that power of 5 seven-day forecast, the snow will continue until thursday and where we see them persist. and that is a look at the power of five update. john, over to you. still in the mentor area lakeshore boulevard. a similar condition that we talked about last time and we're on the secondary roads and these are more snow covered and slushier and sloppier. and we're seeing several snow plows coming the opposite way that we were travelling and working hard to keep them clear and where weiary in relation to the weather. you see it east of mentor in the lake and we're trying to
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we're talking about to see just how it's affecting the roadways. corrina pysa, how's traffic affected isn't cleveland area? >> we're si -- we're seeing an accident here, a live look from the odot cam and that accident blocking the shoulders. you see the flashing lights on the screen and light go where this is on the maps here. again, 71 northbound at ridge road. the bridges and overpasses are slick. keep that in mind. elsewhere, things are looking good as we look at the good picture here and seeing the volume build and slow spots for on you 90. and you east siders, you're affected with the bulk of this and into 90 and 20. and checking out the drive times, not glad now and nope errorrer minutes, 77 northbound and rockside to downtown. >> i. and this morning, the crooks are using all kinds of different ways to get money out of you. >> and you would think they
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instead, they're using them to their advantage. people have started coming to the jury rooms after getting threatening calls about missing jury duty and all were allegedly told they needed -- needed to pay a fine or face immediate arrest. >> and i am sheriff tom wilder from the hamilton sheriff's department and i am on the fan to issue you a warrant to your arrest. >> and turns out it's another phone scheme to get you to send money via western union and a prepaid deb it card and remember, no one from the courthouse will call you about showing up and they will never ask you for money on the spot. and some of those colorful candies in the world is going natural. we're talking about candies like m&ms and skittles. mars incorporated announced it's getting rid of all
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end a and gum and drinks. the fun colors that we all expect. >> and finding the perfect weight loss food is a hard nut to crack and it turns out it might be the nut itself. and olive oil can lead to the same weight loss as a high-fat, high-carb, low-fat, rather -- >> low-fat, high cap. and walnuts have a added benefit of lowering cholesterol. >> and a little half of all nuts to your diet each day. >> no more than that. coming up -- [ indiscernible ] hearing more. cleveland's rib cookoff not here. why the annual event is being cancelled after 44 years. >> and this local man behind bars. why he was caught -- [ indiscernible ] we're watching good morning cleveland on
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. welcome back. 6:22 on your wednesday morning. yes, we're dealing with some snow and it's starting to affect our morning commute. we have a reported accident here. 71 northbound and at ridge road, blocking the shoulder. we're going to show you from the odot cam in just a bit here. for you east siders, you're
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here and keep that in mind for the morning commute, especially the back roads and main roads are looking good. odot doing a great job of keeping them clear and taking you 13 minutes, 90 eastbound and crocker to the inner belt. the average speeds not affected right now and take you outside again. 71 at ridge road and that accident is still there in the shoulder. we think it's a spinout, somara, so we're seeing slick spots out there and we have a live picture here now. john is in storm tracker 5 slowing us the secondary roadways and we're seeing the issues. looks like a plow truck there? >> yeah, again. >> getting fancy. >> huh job, and a lot of snow coming down out there. >> right. >> and lake affect snow reminds me of the machines at ski resorts and churning the store out. this is a look at the radar expanding. the parts in purple, that is where the snowbands are persisting. where they're heavier, they're expecting the most accumulation. right now into ashtabula
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if you live in areas like eaglesville and denmark in ashtabula county, you're seeing the lake affect snow pick up in the next hour and how much snow are we expecting and seeing up to 14 inches of snow and over to you guys. speed limit's major battle brewing in cleveland. the u.s. army of engineers wants to dump sediment into the river. >> and in say this is a serious health risk. the cuyahoga river will have to be dredged again to open up a critical shipping lane. now, they want to take out all of the sediment and dump it into lake erie and this is clean in of to do that and the port of cleveland and a wide variety of city, county, state, and federal leaders say the sediment is still filled with too many pcbs and other contaminants.
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and keep doing it the way we are until we're certain we're footed -- not adding toxins to the lake. >> the ohio attorney general filed a lawsuit in this case and looking to stop the dumping. a northeast -- and northeast ohio leaders will likely try to obtain a court order from a federal judge as l. and information now, two men at avon lake are facing charges of shooting deer with arrow. they found several dead deer over the past few months, including one in the intersection of redwood and woodstock. witnesses reported the suspect's vehicle. the police were able to charge them with hunting violations, animal cruelty and shooting a bow within city limits. >> and we this maple heights man facing charges this morning. he allegedly pulled over his truck and started to relieve himself in the parking lot at the police station. the there everybody-year-old was arrested for obi refusal and marijuana possession. he will be in court february 25th. and now to new developments in the battle over red light cameras in cleveland.
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supreme court is sent back to a local judge. the court wants the judge to further deliberate whether or not ticket drivers, tickets that drivers have to use, the city's administrative appeal process before suing for damages. the lawsuit is a class-action lawsuit involving the city's cameras to find light runners and speed violators. >> we just learned the producers of cleveland's great annual american rib cookoff are canceling the event after 24 years. a spokesman for the company live nation said they decided to nix the memorial day weekend festival to, quote, take a breather. the company did the event for see long, they decided to move on and focus on other events for the year. but it doesn't mean it's over for good. the festival could make a comeback in the future. and it's time now and this is what is coming up for you and john kasich finishes sec in the new hampshire primary. presidential race.
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latest traffic and weather.
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. new at 6:30, warnings and advisories in place on the east side. >> and snow falling and it's not stopping any time soon. our team of reporters will have you covered. and saya finny and meg shaw are on the east side. >> and john is check on road conditions. first, let's go to somara
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>> good morning, the squalls persist and that is where we're expecting the majority of the snow in terms of accumulation. right now, the squalls are persisting in parts of painesville and into north perry, the deeper purple shows it's coming down heavy now. the lighter purple is moderate and the white is flurries and light. let's go to sulle in, as well and picking up light to moderate snow there and that is continuing into bainbridge. you're up next for that and finally, it's not just a snowbelt, but flurries and lighter snowfall in parts of carol county. so, how much snow are we going to get? that is a great question into tomorrow night, depending on where you live. and look at the stark contrast. all the way towards cuyahoga county and lorain, picking up a dusting of two to four inches. you push into pockets like share din in that chimney of geauga and we can see eight to 14 inches. it's indicative on where you live in the snowbelts that will vary in terms of accumulation. nonetheless, these advisory warnings don't expire until
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corrina over to you. john, out to you. and we're in mentor head lands getting a look at secondary roads we're travelling on and these are the majority of the roads that are seeing a major of the snowfall right now. i will give you a look outside and the conditions we're dealing with now. we're following along with the snow plow. we had the plow down plowing the snow off of the roadways and tro ing to melt what is down there and anything -- and trying to melt what is down there. the crews in full force trying is to stay ahead of the snow and the secondary roads are staying in a majority of the snowfall this morning. corrina and jackie and corrina, back to you. >> and thank you. that is what we're seeing and what you're experiencing on the roads. the secondary and back roads and they're seeing the snow and slick spots. the main roads are looking good and judgist the normal volume building on 71 northbound.
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cleared for you east siders and we have the weather overlay and you're impacting on 90 and 20 and route 6 as well and that can cause you slowdowns and drive times not bad and 77 northbound, rock side to downtown and that is a look from the odot-com and i-92int to 271. and check out with the team in the element. >> and meg shaw is in on 2171 -- 271 in orange and we're starting with sarah phinney. good morning, jackie and terrence. the snow is studyiley coming down all morning and we're measuring it all morning and it's still about six inches and i talked with somara and she said eight to 12 inches is expected for this area and tomorrow night. and the snow is not too good for packing and we are right by
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for people trying to get on 90 east and west. we have seen odot plows out here and there are 80 drivers out and about in three different counties, including lake geauga and cuyahoga and they're working hard to clear the roads and odot tweeted that things are looking good and there is some flush. give yourself extra minutes but so far in this area, it's looking pretty good and how's it looking in orange, meg? >> reporter: unlike you, we're seeing a lot of traffic on 271 and everybody is moving just fine. and all of the trucks are clearing the roads overnight and that look great; how far, that was not the case overnight and this is the video we got a lot of plow trucks are out overnight and doubling back-to- back and making sure the roads are looking like they do now. the roads are snow covered and the wind is blowing and going back and forth.
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again, not the case now and they look much better. if you're getting up and hitting the roads, give yourself a couple of extra minutes -- want ins to clear off of the car and you can have snow on top. and they're looking fine. and they'll keep you up to date throughout the monk. you made it happen. you made it happen. >> it was not a win, but it was a victory for the governor. >> and nick foley is looking into the the results from new nick. you can hear him. he is so excited there. >> and there is a lot of excitement and what this means is that john kasich is not leaving the presidential race go time soon. he invested a lot of time in new hampshire and the results show his efforts paid off. and casey coming in cent place. new hampshire is in the primary there with 15% of that vote. the winner, donald trump,
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on the democratic side, bernie sanders with a -- 35% on the democratic side, bernie sander with 60% of the vote and hillary clinton's 38%. for kasich's camp, it's on to south carolina. >> and we have a good organization with 12 staff people there now. by tomorrow afternoon, there will be 200 volunteers and additional staff. >> and kasich's team getting there as we speak and with that bus to follow. he plans to be campaigning by 11:00 this morning with a gop primary in south carolina set for february 20th. in the newsroom, nick feely for newschannel 5. ohio's primary is not until march 15th. next week is -- week is the dead line to register. if any information changed since the last election, if you moved, got married or want to change your party affiliation, you only have until next tuesday to get's new registration form mailed to your local board of elections. and next on this wednesday
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the fbi is still having trouble with one of the stan bernadino phone. >> and a johnny coverup? troubled qb? an nfl reporter backing off of his claims about manziel's concussion. and first, let's go to somara theodore. >> and we'll keep you abreast of the snow. it's not just that. in medina. with the jet stream dripping down, we have arctic air into northeast ohio and how low it's going to go for the weekend.
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. exciting news, list is expanding and coming to canton. the company announcing on the facebook page it now offers service to the canton area and this includes the akron-canton airport, the pro football hall of fame, the canton museum of art and theatre and the downtown area. and plunging prices at the pump, corrina and get this, drivers in 9 midwest states, including here in ohio. they could see prices dip below a dollar a gallon by next week and buys the low of the price in more than 16 years. most of the country is paying less than $2 a gallon and our producer said we're seeing the prices in toledo. and if you have had enough of squeezing and t or c on the
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feels your pain. tomorrow, legislation will be -- to force the faa to agree to a inin mum seat size. shrinking seats are a problem. and the former president and vice president of pilot flying j are facing criminal charges, with six other former employees. they're accused of cheating truckers out of millions in fuel rebates. they plead not guilty and the investigation into the fuel rebate fraud went public in april of 2013, when the fbi raided the company's headquarters. haslan has never been accused of wrongdoing. and more trouble involving johnny manziel here. the players told them that manziel showed up drunk for practice and then the team lied about them having a concussion. mike silver later backed off the comments and now saying it's possible the browns did not lie and that it's for a concussion.
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and manzi heh -- manziel is expected to be released in march. and the cavs are playing the final game before this why ulstar break. >> and it's special. it's kobe bryant's last time playing at the q and the tipoff is at 8 tonight. and coming up next, the zika virus hits ohio. a man and woman diagnosed at home and what this means for you. >> and lake affect snow setting up shop for the day and we're putting up the power of 5 forecast and leaving you here with a live picture here, too. a check on the rest of the morning next in the morning
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. >> down towards augusta and on the fringes there of the county. so, as we head throughout the day, this is a setup that we have in play. the area of low pressure surface pressure to the north is actually working to give us that sting you need in the atmosphere. the energy we need to see the bands of. behind it, the colder air is creeping closer and closer. we have the snow and arctic air headed our way on the other hand and this is a look at the time la mesa.
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forward by this afternoon, striated there and we're seeing the snow bands persist and we're looking at the snowbelt for the heaviest pockets of snow and that means you're in the clear if you live farther south of u.s. 30 and east of 77. okay, so in the power of five seven-day forecast, this is what i want you to notice. the snow continues through thursday and things will pull back and calm down a bit, lighter by friday. temperatures dropping into the single digits by the weekend. and that is a look at the power of 5 update. over to you. and people newburgh parking ban. earlier accidents clear and we're free and clear of issues or accidents that you see. the volume is building and we're seeing slowdowns out there. a lot of red and yellow on the screen: east siders, that is affecting the main commute. the main roads, looking good and dealing with wetness on the roads and bridges and overpasses. watch out for freezeing there and slick spots. the drive time, not bad for a 14-minute ride, 90 eastbound
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looking good and this is a live look from the odot cam, i-90 and 271. we're seeing the main roads looking good. john rudder and storm tracker 5, you have been out on the back roads. we're seeing issues, right. >> reporter: we're in mentor on the lake in andrews road and in similar conditions we have seen all morning on the more higher traffic areas that we have been driving along. you can see the red light now, but the road primarily wet and slushy conditions that we have been dealing with. we have seen several plow trucks on the stretch of road and into the secondary roads, though, that is where the snow really starts to build up. the primary roads really are just wet and some freezing conditions here. the secondary roads are aware of that snow and it's really starting to stick. so, the secondary roads are where you will want to be careful. meg shaw is on 271 and how are things looking out your way? >> reporter: they're look
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fine. of course, you know, this hour, a lot of traffic is on the roads and everyone is moving at speeds just fine. we have been out here all morning long and now the snow is picking up. these are bigger flakes, the wind is blowing and i can tell you it's gotten colder and as you're heading out to work or school, bundle up. it's cold out here and give yourself some extra time, especially if you're heading east. these roads could get slushy. if this heavy big flake snow continues throughout the morning and let's check in with sarah fino the east side in concord township. >> six inches is on the ground here in concord township. somara said there will be a total of 8 to 12 by tomorrow night. and let's look at the roads here. we're off of state route 44 and where, as you can see, the traffic is moving just fine. we have seen flows go by, odot plows, 80 on the road and
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shifts, 24/7 to make sure the commute is nice and clear and clean and easy. we have seen people working hard. we're at the time where there was a private plow that just filled up. they had a long morning and seems like they're going to have a long couple of days ahead of them. corrina. >> and thank you, sarah. sad news coming into the newsdesk here. a local retired police k9 losing his yearlong battle with cancer. he was a trusted member of the police department. the police k9 association breaking the news an hour ago on the facebook page. hans was handled by the police officer mike hitman who works with his little brother, k9recon. jackie and terrence. there are two confirmed cases of the zika virus in northeast ohio. >> the 21-year-old from stark county and a 31-year-old from cleveland. the case is unrelated but both people visited haiti. there are three dozen cases of
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washington, d.c., and the virus spread through mosquitoes found here in ohio and still, health officials expect to see more cases in our state. and a 17-year-old high school student accused of killing a kent state student could be tried as an adult. and charged in the death of the teen massa. he was visiting friends in an offcampus apartment when three men wearing bandanas barged in. the police are looking for the other two suspects. and meanwhile, hundreds of people showed up for a massa. they started a go fund me account in his name. more than $12,000 has been tonated the past 24 hours. black lives matter activist killed himself on the steps. according to the columbus kiss patch. the 23-year-old -- dispatch. the 23-year-old posted my demons won today, i'm sorry.
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he was honored at the ncaa image award things month. and academic leaders at the university of akron want to change in president scott scarboro's leadership. two dozen of the chairs and director sent a letter to the board of trustees and they're asking for an immediate change in direction and leadership. 31 of the more than 40 chairs and directors voted and 26 voted in favor of the letter. a former kent state softball player suing her old coach and the university. she claims the ksu baseball player ranch error-- raped her and it was covered up. the baseball player happened to be the softball coach's son. the woman was raped in 2012, and the coach, the softball coach pressured her to keep quiet and criticized her for being too emotional. two men in avon lake are facing charges for shooting deer with arrows in the city. the police found several dead deer over the past few months, including one near the intersection of redwood and woodstock. they reported the suspect's vehicle and the police were
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hunting violations, animal cruelty and shooting a bow within city limits. >> and of the producers of cleveland's annual great american rib cookoff, oh, oh, canceling the event after 24 years and the spokesman for the company live nation decided to nix the memorial day weekend festival to take a weekend breathe breather. it could make a come welcome back in the future and this is hoping. >> and we this is hoping the snow goes away soon. but, we'll have to deal with it all day, right? >> and we are. we're dealing with the advisory warning until 4:00 p.m. and let's get local with it right now. we're heading down toward kirtland again, checking back in and temperatures dropped 5 degrees since the last 15 degrees there and 14 miles an hour winds are not helping the situation feeling cooler. look at the blue. where you see the darker blue, that means the heavier snow bands and we're expecting accumulation like kirtland to see between 8 to four inches and this is a look at the
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expecting i good amount of snow in, can irtland, hi -- kirtland today, and highs around 23 degrees. we'll have a look at the forecast coming up.
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. welcome back to the morning sprint. breaking overnight from the live desk, two children are dead after a school bus crashes in eastern france. at least seven others are hurt. 24 children were on the bus at the time. the driver apparently losing control on the snow-covered road near the swiss border and investigators back on the scene of yesterday's deadly train accident in germany. two commuter trains were going 62 miles an hour and crashed head-on.
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still missing and two brack boxes are analyzed and as of now, officials have no clue how this happened. >> and we a big night for ohio governor john kasich in new hampshire. donald trump takes the gop primary and kasich grabbing second and breathing new light into the campaign and he garnered more than 16% of the vote with about 93% precincts reporting behind trump's whopping 35% and ted cruz finished third and burnie sanders topped hillary clinton and did so with 36% of the votes and as for kasich and the team, they're setting their sites on south carolina's primary and campaigning as early as today and in south carolina. the republican primary set jackie? continues in flint.
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about it. the governor rick snider turned down an invitation to testify in front of the group and it will be focusing on children and high levels of lead in the water. instead, he will deliver to lawmakers, including $195 million in aid to flynt and 25 million to replace old pipes and in. >> io, at least 30 homes have -- in ohio, at least 30 homes have high levels of lead in their home and the operator is under investigation and accused of waiting months to notify water. and a tennessee family begging others not to repeat there and the million-dollar home destroyed and this is destruct there and a girl had to kick out a window and jump into the father's arms.
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out how to unlock a cell phone. and agents have been trying to uncover the data for two months now and information may help them understand how they killed 14 people in the attack. the director told a senate committee yesterday that investigations these days. the number of job openings in the u.s. is on a record high and there were 5.6 million jobs in december, shy of the record set in july of last year. the down side, a lot of u.s. workers don't have the skills to fill the jobs and require training like truck drivers, electricians or plumbers. and light look at the accumulations today and you can see four to eight inches and we could see today. 26 degrees. and an accident, i-90 and that last lane is blocked and the back roads are -- too.
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questions about the forecast and road keens, we'll have more -- road conditions, we'll have more in a few minutes.
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