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news channel 5 at 6:00 brought to you by mr. hero. live, always investigating, always on your side, news channel 5 starts now. a tale of two come pains comes to cleveland, donald trump fresh off violence in chicago. >> and hillary clinton, making quick work of laying the blame for the violence at donald trump's feet. >> we're kicking off things tonight as ohio takes center
thanks for joining us and i'm tracy carloss. trump is where we start, he held a campaign rally and security was tight after yesterday. i certainly don't condone violence and it's not acceptable to me. >> while today's rally did draw some protesters, seen here from our breaking news chopper, we didn't have that violence that marred the streets of chicago. and kristen, there were plenty of protesters inside that rally as well. >>reporter: there were, protesters continuously
donald trump called on police to stop. and he showed off his confidence ahead of the primary. >> are we going to win ohio? >> we are, we are. >>reporter: the crowd on fire and the energy intense and his talking points are popular among the few thousand people here at the i-x center. we're going to have a wall, a real wall folks, a real wall. and who is going to pay for the wall? >> he addressed this crowd saying he'll take care of veterans, get rid of common core education and get rid of obama care. >> do we love our protesters? >> again and again. >> get them out. >> meanwhile the supporterrers can't wait to get him in office.
though i'm a life-long democrat. >> he tells me he's disappointed in our trade deals and he feels he has the business knowledge to turn it around. >> we both support bernie sanders, we decided to come out to see what the fuss is about. >> we're going to keep winning and make american great again, i love you. >>reporter: he use ad few opportunities to slam his fellow candidate, john kasich, he said he wouldn't make a good president because he's weak on immigration. here, the last of the vendors are packing up the t-shirts and hats and buttons, live in
protesters were outside long before he showed up.. >> tensions are high, at the i- x center some of the thousands of supporters clashed with dozens of protests. >> protesters said he divides americans and spews hate, like this registered republican, sherry. >> i'm appalled. >> she's a kasich supporter standing shoulder to shoulder with those against trump. >> i've never protested but this man has done this around i fear for the country and what it is going to become. >> a stark contrast from the trump protesters who call them uninformed. >> i want to know how educated
scream racism and black lives matter and i want $15 to work at mcdonald's. >> but it hits closer to home for some, who said trump would be the worst kind of leader. >> he plays on people's fears around hatred of other people, it's not the type of person we want to be president. >> are you going to take to sensible people? >> now, all of the candidates are weighing at the violence in chicago, ted cruz said donald trump encourages this type of thing, his campaign disrespects voters. marco rubio said he's driving the party so bitterly, he might not be able to support him should he become the nominee.
sentiment. >> he's created a toxic environment. >> he went onto say, there's no place in this world for a national leader who preys on people's fears. continuing the live coverage, hillary clinton had a lot to say about the violence in chicago and touched on plenty of other issues today in cleveland, jackie fernandez is live and she's at the baptist church where the meeting just wrapped up. >>reporter: as you can see, i'm still at the church and she's holding a town hall with many people who came here to hear ask questions, so we're speaking quietly while she continues to give this town hall and the question is currently being asked now. one of the first things she
in chicago, she said encouraging that with rhetoric is not leadership and compared it to playing with matches and called it political arson. she came here with a clear message, to speak to these 900 people, and before she got to that, this happened. yes, that was a protesters, you saw that there, but hillary clinton, she bounced back and said, she quoted what they said, diversity is a strength and more of that at 11:00, but the main topic, crime, have violence and positive poverty and one of the soundbites that
seriously wrong when black kids get arrested for petty crimes and white kids get off for the same thing, when she said that the church applauded loudly and we'll breakdown the moments from inside, back to you. thanks, and she got support here in ohio from her husband, bill clinton. he was in akron for a get out to vote event at the steel worker local, he said what happened in chicago disturbed him and likened the republican race to a 6th grade playground fight. bernie sanders is not popular with black and progressive voters.
mayor of the city of chicago, i don't want mayor emanuel's endorsement if i win the democratic nomination. >> the organizers of the chicago violence were bernie sanders fans it was said by trump. little sunshine and more clouds and rain chances are knocking on the door and i'll talk about the timing and how mother nature is sending warm temperatures our way. thanks, a teen on vacation gets made fun of for lugging around junk, but his discovery is making international headlines. half-dozen people killed in an avalanche and why they were thrills. a heartbreaking diagnosis
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a teenager may have discovered some of the malaysian flight 370, but he took it with them and it sat in storage until he saw a story about another piece found, the family contacted authorities and now that is being examined by aviation experts. devastating flooding down south, we'll bring you a unique perspective. a baby boy born without hands and feet proves you can do anything you set your mind to after spending a wonderful day as a member of the yankees. changes in the weather coming
at least three people have been killed after historic rainfall and another person killed in texas and mississippi. 400 homes are flooded. reports of a foot, 15 inches of rain just unbelievable amounts and that same system is bringing rain to our forecast as we move into that sunday, monday timeframe, not expecting those extremes but we may have minor flooding in the rivers. let's look at the beautiful shot before rain takes over and smears us with raindrops. cleveland, looking at a sunset here, and it's 6:00 hour and the daylight savings time starts tonight, so sunset is at 7:30 instead and sunrise is 7:30 as well. dark for us at the bus stop, 45
northeast winds and a gorgeous afternoon and we'll see added clouds. and 44 in parma and 54 in orange, you can see you're warmer and as far as akron, much warmer at 60 degrees and the high was 62 and 69 in wadsworth and avon lake, as you sit at 42 but to the south, just a moment ago, a warm front continues to cause major problems and that's dumped rain on the south and it's going to move to the north and our real rain maker is back west, the first initial push is from the
light and maybe a sprinkle or two for us. you've got a few dots on the radar there. hour-by-hour, i don't think the umbrella is necessary, temperatures here are 40s nor cleveland, potential for thunderstorms as we have two air masses colliding and that's the true equation for severe weather but for us, thankfully staying under the criteria and the potential for a thunderstorm or two considering we're moving to spring is monday, temperatures will be at their peak of the week. for rainfall, overnight, here sunday, for sunday church, you're going to want the umbrella and afternoon in and out of the it and rainfall amounts are backing off a bit here and a quarter of an inch to a half-an-inch and then that
daytime highs tomorrow, in the 50s and cooler lakeside, even farther south that 60-degree range and we're going to warm up in the evening hours, storms for monday, and 65 is your high. back talking more weather coming up at the end of the show, lauren over to you. johnny manziel is off the roster and the browns are lacking, they hold the second overall pick but they may not use it on a quarterback, they're looking to make a trade with the 49ers for collin, he said kaepernick has to restructure his contract and he was a second round pick in 2011, he led the 49ers to the super bowl in the 2012 season
he wants to land in cleveland. >> yesterday members of the front office were in columbus looking at talent at ohio stay pro day. they attended many pro days to bolster their roster and cardale jones showed off his arm strength, and along with miller, they talked about what they've been working on. >> delivering the ball down the field and working on the intermediate and passing game. >> other thing, it's been bugging me about the combine, we got to together and i'll show it today and other thing, doing my outside routes and the
indians back at it today at spring training, indians up 1-0 in the 6th inning today. >> you work hard and you bring people with you and you help hold them accountable, that's leadership, i'm sure as you grow comfortable in your new surroundings, it's easier. >> today in the finals, they beat, their second state championship and they scored two goals in less than a minute and they're up 3-1 and university school scored two goals but couldn't complete the comeback as the wildcats held
>> tonight, downtown, the university at buffalo bowl, akron is coming off a big win over bowling green and they dominated the game and buffalo comes off a win over ohio, the zips are coming in and the bulls are the reigning champions and an automatic bid, this is the third meeting between the two teams and the zip beat the bulls in the previous matchups. >> tip off is at 7:30 and we'll have highlights at 11:00. for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security.
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welcome to "world news tonight." breaking news. violence on the campaign trail. a protester rushing donald trump on stage, the secret service jumping into action. this, after he cancels a major rally. heated clashes spilling into the streets. trump taking no blame for the chaos. >> we've got to fight back. heat. >> donald trump has created a toxic environment. >> that is not leadership. it is political arson. the airport workers assigned to protect your valuables stealing right out of suitcases, and before you check your bags the photo you should take to protect yourself. the controversial operation to bring 17 elephants from africa to the u.s.