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, always investigating, always on your side, news channel five starts now. a note -- a local neighborhood on edge after two did others found shot to death. residents living on tenth street northeast and canton woke up in a panic after hearing gunshots. derek weller is live outside the police department and you just got the calls made moments after the shooting. >>reporter: i did and you could hear at least three different neighbors telling police they
one-woman sought a gunman shooting into cars. -- saw a gunman shooting into cars. police identified the victims as two brothers. 42-year-old kristin for trent and ellen and trent of canton. you can see a car with windows shattered and one-woman called 911 and woke up her kids and on the phone you can hear the early-morning chaos oh, my god. >> it somebody shot? >> they said there is a body lane outside. okay. >> oh, my god. >> okay. you don't know where the shooter went? >> i just heard rounds and rounds and rounds of somebody unloading a gun. [ crying ] >>reporter: the shooter is still at large. police only released a vague description.
call the canton police detective bureau at (330)438-3144 and we have additional numbers on the newsnet five app. live in canton, derick waller, newschannel5. just a couple of hours, remember -- remembering a firefighter. tonya johnson was hit and killed after she got out of the car she was riding in. a candlelight vigil will be had for her at 8:00. monday. cleveland police investigating a shooting outside of a restaurant that set three people to the hospital. at happened at east 116th and martin luther king boulevard. were leaving the harvard wine bar when the driver of a great opened fire. anyone with information is police.
beautiful sunshine -- sunset to make, tara, and it was so nice to see the sun. >> it felt wonderful to have the sun beating down on us. or just -- a gorgeous shot and afternoon. looking at better weather for sunday, believe it or not. the big difference will be temperatures. today's highs only in the 40s. 44 ashtabula, 44 akron. consistent, right? 43 in new philadelphia. we've had clouds in and out of the forecast but noticeable for your sunday addition to the warm-up are the stronger wins. it will help provide 50s or maybe some 60s -- wins. -- wins. we are not looking at rain until late sunday night so true
weather the winds are up about 25 miles per hour. we will take a look at the rest of your week and forecast coming up. for now back to you. concerned citizens are sending a message to city leaders. >> no trap and bolt. >> dozens came together. the animals are trapped and bolt put their up ahead. the mayor said it's the city's only hot option to thin the herd. >> the city won't budge. not an inch. -- only option to thin the herd. >> the city won't even consider that it's inhumane. >> they are working with wildlife officials to make sure it's humane and effective.
four girls attacked in or near their homes thursday morning. the suspect as a white man in his 30s wearing a mask and dark clothes. all of the girls were not injured. cleveland police are searching for a third suspect of a five-month-old baby girl. charles caldwell fired the shots back in october. two other men have already been today marks four years shooting in chardon. three students were killed when a gunman opened fired inside the high school. the community has been working residents are trying to raise $300,000 to build the new facility. white house. voters in south carolina head to the polls in the democratic primary there. but candidates from both parties are crisscrossing the country rallying support had a mercy gonzalez with the latest
thank you for voting. >>reporter: i marry night for the democrats in south carolina. >> democrat all my life. >> the democrat party amy good options. >>reporter: voters cast their ballots today. >> i am happy with my choice. absolutely happy. >> i think she will be a good president. >>reporter: candidates are campaigning in texas and minnesota and mao and bama. confident they are moving forward. >> if all of you come out to vote and you bring your friends and your neighbors we're going to win here in texas. >>reporter: watching the republican race closely. donald trump campaigning with former gop rival chris christie who endorsed the front runner yesterday. >> the only person that has created jobs is the guy right there.
rubio. >> he's a nasty guy and i thought ted cruz is a liar but rubio is worse. he's worse. >>reporter: donald trump will never be the nomination of lincoln. >>reporter: clinton is pulling ahead by double digits in hopes for a big victory close went -- when the polls close here at 7:00. republican front runner donald trump is coming to the buckeye state next week. he will hold a rally at the columbus airport hangar on tuesday, march 1st. it's free and begins at noon at the signature flight hangar. massive irs data breach is much bigger than first thought. are you now at risk for identity thought -- identity
it will warn taxpayers about potential identity theft and they will be offered free credit protection. jcpenney is living up to its name with the newest campaign starting tomorrow. the retailer will offer items for a penny. others will be available on by one get one. it's aimed at getting shoppers into the struggling retail store. preparations underway for the 88th annual academy awards. crews are busy making finishing touches hoping to wow 700 million people around the globe. the oscars will be broadcast in 225 countries. the fun begins tomorrow night here newschannel5 starting at 7:00 when the stars walk the red carpet and the ceremony begins at 8:30 followed by newschannel seven at 11. celebrities and superheroes
the cleveland auto show has rolled back into town. the annual event features hottest new cars and trucks and suvs all under one roof. make shaw shows us what is new this year's -- this year. >> we have 1000 different vehicles. >>reporter: the auto show is underway at the i x center. everything from classic mustangs to the brand-new minivans. it's all here and you can get behind the wheel of a lot of these cars you see on the floor. this year 11 brands are offering the off-site test drive. but don't worry if you are not old enough, there are several simulators for you to get your hands on. the auto show president said the auto show is a true tradition for many cleveland families. >> there is a connection.
market that when they do well, they're going to buy vehicles and be successful. >> at the auto show make shaw, newschannel5. the auto show runs through march 6. for more information including times and ticket prices check out our app. cleveland is also hosting a comic and pop-culture convention this weekend. wizard world is taking over the convention center downtown. fans can meet more than 100 celebrities from feels -- films and television including henry winkler better known as the phones. >> all these people showed up to say hello. they are just wonderful and i am happy to be here in cleveland . >> getting up close and personal is not cheap. some fans pay $175 to take of
super fear -- superhero. janessa webb participated in soup for the soul at emmanuel baptist church in cleveland. all the money raised goes to the church's outreach program and it mark the one -- 100th anniversary of the church. it was a great day to do anything outside. i'm sure they had a wonderful non-snowy non-raining commute. >> i think a lot of motorcycles were out certainly enjoyed the day and families out. it's even better for tomorrow so if you did not get the chance today and had too many things on the to do list make some time for tomorrow. let's look outside again. the most beautiful sight, temperatures quite comfortable but chilly because of the stronger winds. now it's an evening -- is the evening falls it will drop to
southwest wins making it feel like we're at 37. let's take a look at the temperatures. for evening plans i think the jackets a good idea. 43 in parma, 43 in euclid, 43 in chardon. richfield at 43 and 44 in westlake. further south similar here as well and we have clouds but for many of us we're going mostly clear in the overnight hours. because of the stronger southwest wind pulling in more bear around our centered high temperatures will not fall much. notice back west. i'm going to move you back in show you what's headed our way. this low getting its act together in the dakotas. we will take away the 63 found here at rapid city and even 57 currently in minneapolis and make it warm up ahead of this next rain and potential snow maker for us. that is expected to move in late for your sunday night.
ahead of that strong system, we will fire up the winds. 24 mile-per-hour gusts already first here in cleveland and upwards to 30-40-mile an hour gusts. if you thinking about the zoo you can owing -- are going to field the winds. the weather holds off but it is the wind that allows the better weather for february. temperatures for the evening feeling cooler already. 42 and millersburg 35-year feels like in ashtabula. let's talk about what we can expect as far as wet weather returning here. quiet. overnight tonight we will see barely any clouds. sunday were starting with beautiful sunshine and those clouds -- we are starting with beautiful sunshine and those clouds are moving in going from west to east with the cold front. as temperatures drop we start to see that potential for mix. if you're worried about monday morning he centers you have a
doesn't look to last long even as we make our way towards 8:00. much better driving conditions and temperatures are closer to the freezing mark. even with the next rain shot it's only about 2/10 in total. 64 normal tomorrow and 57 worchester. downtown cooler close to the lake. 37 your overnight low and active -- akron and east side will see temperatures warming. we will take a look at your power five seven-day coming up. this week in indianapolis a big day for the browns as well as cleveland david informal ohio state needed of this native cordell jones. cardell running his 40 in front of scouts and cardell injured his hamstring and called it a day. he ran an unofficial time of
chance at his pro day. i sat down with cardell in san diego and he told me why he thinks his athletic a bit of -- ability is more suitable -- at the nfl level then college bubble -- level. pocket. being big and tall and strong. tough. >> for the entire story head to our website news center five.com. he talked about his daughter won a national championship. the cavs with a tough loss. they took on the second best team in the we -- in the east. the team falling apart and the latter part of the game. coming right down to the very and. lebron hits the three.
left tied at 97 kyle knox down a tough shot to give the raptors a two-point lead. raptors hold on to the win. tomorrow in dc. newschannel5 sports director is in arizona for training camp. abraham lamont it was suspended drug policy. and we have an update from arizona. >>reporter: busy day for the indians here on a saturday as we count down 60 seconds of spring training. juan uribe is here. we're waiting for him to play. the bigger story today abraham almonte not being able to play and now serving and 80 day suspension for using ped's. very emotional speech from him and mary test manager terry francona. >> as a man i am, i take every
found in my body and i am 100% responsible for whatever was there and i hope this discretion does not hurt the team. >> your team is like a family and things don't always go the way
they're supposed to. >> monte isn't sure what happened but he has to sit out 80 games as the league suspect him. in goodyear arizona, andy
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john marshall and new london compete. >> good luck to all of the students. forecast tomorrow 58 as we go back into the upper 50s. maybe a mix early for monday is temperatures back out into the 20s by thursday. do enjoy your beautiful weather tomorrow. we leave you with a beautiful sunset. thanks for watching, everybody. we will see you tonight at
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