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real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company s >> denise: good sunday morning. you have a live look outside. that's the rooftop cam. it is still dark, it is 7 a.m.. in case you didn't change the clock time and spring forward. it is again, 7 a.m. on this sunday march 13th, it is 42 . i thought it would get warmer yesterday, but still not a bad day. >> beth: see how spoiled we've become. december i know.
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cooler than yesterday, wet. as i was doing the seven day outlook, i was going oh we are going to be cooler, look how cool. still above average. 45 is where we should be. >> denise: true. when i see 60s, i get fixated on that, but that was a week ago. >> beth: we are not going to be that warm, but still above average. progressive field lit up, kind of soggy overnight, some of you have seen moderate rainfall, you can see a good portion of the viewing area not seeing any rain. trust me, it is soggy at this point. we are tracking moderate rain coming up through mansfield, hitting wooster about 7:42. nothing extreme, just making roads stick.
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today, it is not going to rain continuously all day, pulling moisture from the south so a head's up as you go through the day, there are breaks ultimately it will warm us but we stay wet, rain showers throughout the day into the evening. doesn't show threat of storms, there is an itty-bitty chance to hear a rumble of thunder. we have been above average, six days until spring officially starts, 45 at hopkins, 51 akron and canton, rain coming down in sandusky, not looking bad just on the wet side. at the tone the time is 7:02. i hope you changed your clocks. spring fever everywhere where. i'll show you the pick day of the week coming up.
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for to spring forward. >> people in the south assessing damage after severe storms flooded their towns, killing three. report from louisiana. >> reporter: flood water was seeping through sandbags, crews added more bags in the low-lying areas along a levee which protects 3500 homes. the home of chris and his wife back up to the levee. they decided not to evacuate. >> i had surgery monday, had hysterectomy to get rid of cervical cancer. >> reporter: the lake is expected to rise to 179 feet, flooding not seen in 50 years. across louisiana moderate to major flooding on 50% of the state's bayous and riffs. north of new orleans mary's family found her -- trapped in
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-- she lost during hurricane katrina >> deja vu. >> reporter: in north awe lieu, the smith family is ready with sandbags. >> the red cross yesterday to ask if i could help. i told them i have to worry about my home. >> reporter: i'm walking on the levee they are concerned about. they put more sandbags here, nothing is seeping in . you can see what it did for the last several hours. the mayor said don't let the sun deceive you, we are not out of the woods yet. >> denise: last night was a big night for rubio, he won the washington d.c. gop convention. this say big step for the candidate who has not won any states and hopes to take his home safety florida. the republican party's front-runner stole the
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protesters have shown up to donald trump rallies, resulting in some violence. how this is affecting the race. >> reporter: police used pepper spray disperse protesters outside a donald trump rally in kansas city friday night. secret service formed a circle around the presidential as main tried to the rush the stage in ohio. trump was forced to cancel an event friday as fights broke out between supporters and protesters in chicago. chaos there spilled into the streets, police made several arrests including a cbs journalists. >> there have been coordinated protests in past rallies, nothing as massive as what i saw last night. >> reporter: the republican front-runner declined to take responsibility. >> they want me to tell my people to be nice. my people are nice.
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sanders for instigating the violence. >> when -- what our supporters are doing is responding to a candidate who has in fact, in many ways, encouraged violence. >> reporter: trump's gop rivals criticized protesters, but also faulted the billionaire. >> i continue to intent to support the republican nominee but it is getting harder. >> reporter: trouble has rallies in three states scheduled for sunday. december police say four arrests have been -- >> denise: police say four arrests have been made in kansas id. campaigned here in cleveland yesterday and the event was peaceful -- peaceful, some trump supporters did clash with protesters. >> reporter: donald trump says
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victory in ohio. >> oh boy! [ cheering and applause ] >> are we going to win ohio? we are. >> reporter: thousands showed up to hear what the billionaire had to say in cleveland after protesters shutdown the rally in chicago. some were nervous. >> i thought nobody is going to shut me up and exercising my right to assemble so here i am. >> we stayed in the back ground a little. when i saw that everyone was getting along just great, you know, no problems. >> reporter: there were a few skirmishes. >> get 'em out! >> reporter: no arrests. after statements about borders. bringing back jobs.
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and getting rid of common core. trump got to the point about why he was in ohio. >> kasich cannot be president. he's weak on immigration. he wants people to come in. he's in favor of amnesty. he can't be president. so i hope you remember that when you go to the polls. >> i heard what trump had to say i might lean his way after this >> this is what donald stands for. we are part of the alternate right this is what we believe. donald trump will make things great again. he will make everything great again. he's not a quitter, he's not a loser. >> reporter: this is the last stop in cleveland for trump. he has scheduled visits in other parts of the state before the primary tuesday. >> denise: continuing our team coverage of campaign 2016, hilary clinton spent part of her day in cleveland. she hosted a town hall at a
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on within interaction. bill safos is covering the children ten campaign. >> reporter: it was an overflow crowd inside the baptist church. finally, the moment hillary clinton supporters had been waiting for arrived. >> it is such a great privilege to be here in this historic church. >> reporter: on the agenda, all sorts of topics. her focus, leveling the playing field for american workers. clinton promised no more breaks to car companies who shut out america's labor force by buying foreign parts. >> if companies ship jobs overseas or game the system to avoid paying their fair share of taxes, we are going to hold them accountable. >> reporter: in a city with many unemployed auto workers that hits close to home. >> we need that. >> reporter: clinton went contact long big issues, respectfully take on a heckler
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cell phones and their alleged cancer-causing effects didn't seem to rattle her at all. >> as i was saying, diversity is a strength, not a weakness. [ applause ] >> reporter: from that protester's frustration, to immigration, education, college loans, women's rights, race and the injustice of the justice system. asking mothers from across the nation who lost their sons not just to gun violence but some stand with her and make sure black lives matter and aren't forgotten. >> i love her. i think she stands for america and she stands for american values. >> this is something she believes in. >> reporter: with an empty church now, they are getting ready for services tomorrow morning. you can bet part of the sermon, talking about hillary clinton, the former secretary, her
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bill safos, cleveland 19. >> denise: in other news the fbi and cleveland heights police investigating a bank robbery. surveillance is a little dark, police say that man walked into the u.s. bank on lee road, demanded money and took off, it happened after 9:00 saturday morning. call police if you know anything. large crowd in brecksville came out for a bicycle awareness rally close to where two were killed last year when they were hit by a pick-up truck while riding their bike. it is march madness. mark schwab has your basketball recap in your morning sports report. >> beth: a little soggy now, more rain showers move through, taking a live look cedar point cam, it is a wet one in sandusky. you can expect more rain showers.
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showers will scoot out of here as we keep with our spring-like fever temperatures. i'll explain, coming up. we are bringing you to a cleveland institution to make the family's legendary hummus recipe in cleveland cooks,
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>> denise: welcome, it is now 7:15. many parishioners worked hard to convince the vatican to
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they will be celebrating the day they got open the doors to their church again today. that's where we fan harry boomer. good morning harry. >> reporter: good morning denise, how are you? i'm standing here in the alter, beautiful alter in had historic church one of the most beautiful in all of the country. it was the future of this church was in doubt in march of 2009 when the churches merged, closing the doors. parishioner as peeled that decision to the holy sea and that decision was overturned it is now the 4th anniversary of this church reopening. 2016 marking 125 inn anniversary. i have with me, parishioner, fourth generation, his name is john. he is a member here. as i said, fourth generation.
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to have this church reopen? >> first of all harry it is great to be inside and not standing outside in 2009, the church was closed and we feel through the intervention of our blessed mother that through a miracle the church has reopened with the other churches in cleveland. it is just great to be back into the church. we've had what we feel many miracles have already occurred in the church since it reopened. after our parishioner had his dream that night when the church closed, he asked us to come out and meet outside the closed church for 2 1/2 years and we did. on that glorious day of march 7th, 2012 the decree came to reopen. we know the miracle happened. >> reporter: thank you very much for sharing that history .
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going to be a cleveland mass, it is called the cleveland mass mob. this is what in cleveland off of st. claire. make sure you come to the right church. we'll have more about this historic when we come back in a half hour or so. harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> denise: love, love harry. we used to see him in the mornings, quite a bit. i said it is feeling a little familiar? technically it is 6:a teen. it really is 7:18, hopefully you -- forward. we changed our clocks four in the afternoon yesterday. >> beth: did that mess you up yesterday evening? >> denise: yeah, because i- changed my watch yet, my cell phone at a different time. the first day is always the hardest.
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morning, people in the morning commute is when you are going to have the problem, day two, going to be wet tomorrow morning too. you know today is not going to be the day to wash the car, absolutely not, it is already raining. i mean you can do it, i'm just saying what a waste. monday, same, break in the middle of the day monday from the rain showers tuesday not bad looking day there's a cumber days. 45 in hopkins, 49 in mansfield, 43 in sandusky, rain showers in a lot of areas not everywhere most areas did get tagged with some rain overnight, a little soggy, a little wet. 46 in euclid, shaker. this is normally our daytime high, so you already know we are going to be above average just not in the 60 and 70
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be. she is so picky. rain showers moving north, ashtabula through lake, heavier rain showers, coming up 71. i put a tracker on it this is what is more interesting, could hear a rumble of they are is a spring-like pattern a little instable not a lot. definitely could happen over the next course of the day and a half. we are pulling all this moisture from the gulf so that warm, moist air that makes your hair frizz a little, definitely creates problems on the roads, find your up lark you will need it the -- find your umbrella, you will need it the next couple of days. darker the green the more steadier the rain. yellow moderate, oranges and reds, we taking more concern because that could be a storm coming through. right now we are just looking at green, light rain showers
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off throughout the afternoon. this evening could hear a rumble of thunder. then we clear out monday morning and get a dry spell before the rain showers return for the afternoon monday this is what i'm talking about, there's a better likelihood ha we see thunderstorms monday evening going through the overnight hours. voting day looks good. future view temperatures for the day, upper 40s, we make a run at 50 by lunch time in the afternoon mid 50s and then just towards dinnertime, some areas are going to be lucky enough, mostly inland, to be making a run at 60 did leave cleveland at 55 , winds pick up this afternoon, akron canton up to 58, if you're lucky. a little heads-up, cooler tan yesterday, yesterday we were
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monday the early part we get a good opportunity to be dry and cloudy, rain reappears monday afternoon. tuesday, there's a good possibility we get a little rain to get you to work tuesday. for voting day, it looks dry. we'll be in the 60s, nice and warm, just unfortunately, we are going to be wet monday afternoon, tuesday morning. tuesday afternoon looks fine. we'll probably see drizzle wednesday morning. leprechauns, st. patrick's day, i know, right! dance with the little guy, thursday. i've been in the parade last two years, freezing cold, windy, terrible. this year upper 50s. there is a little chance of showers. i have to mention that because i don't want anyone to get wet. but wow, so much better than last year. after that dry heading into next weekend.
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>> denise: coming up, chicago is the spirit for their st. patrick's day. dying the river green.
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december that is beth mccloud getting down to papa d and the aggrevators.
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we are doing on the show we going to feature local artists. one of the most popular local bands and some of the best blues you will find in town. that's from their long road home album. the chicago river is getting its green on tradition dates back to 1960 to. the dye goes in orange and turns green when it hits the water. the coloring is said to be safe for the environment. >> it is march madness mark schwab is here to talk college basketball in your morning sports report. >> reporter: march madness yesterday, fantastic finish between akron and buffalo. buffalo in the tournament last year and led in this before the break akron would hit a three ball out of williams, skip ahead, three minutes left, jackson another three ball for
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level like it's a soccer game. jackson day deep, deep, deep, three up 61-58. with two seconds left, hamilton would hit a three for buffalo to put them up, they would win, buffalo headed back to march madness, akron 13-5 this year, didn't get 'em into the dance, awful. big ten game today michigan state will take on purdue. >> denise: coming up, it is
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>> denise: standard st. casimir's church is
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anniversary. they are also celebrating a mass mob with a mass mob later today. harry boom live at st. casimir. what a beautiful church that is. >> reporter: it is absolutely one of the most beautiful i've ever seen here at st. casimir that cleveland mass mob is going to happen at 11:30 here at the church. i'm in front of a historical artifact. this is one of only three left in the world. jesus taken down from the cross with his mother mary holding his head. just a wonderful place to be with all of this history, 125 years of history in this church here off of sowiniski avenue in cleveland. you can look around and see how beautiful this church is with all of its artifacts and
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of history and worship. standing with me now is john. he's a parishioner here. his family has been a part of this church for a very longtime. tell us how many generations your family has been a part of st. casimir? >> i'm happy to say i'm third generation here. my daughter was just married generation. i'm very happy to say my granddaughter was born a machine and a half ago and she will be fifth generation baptized at the church on memorial day weekend. i'm not the only one. it took -- this church is open to all people. yes, we are from polish ancestry, that built the church in 1892, but as folks come to this church, our doors are open to all the hispanic community, come here, all the folks that helped us, irish,
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everyone came -- everyone came together to reopen the churches we are happy to be standing inside the church today. >> reporter: it is a wonderful parish to be in with all of its history. we'll talk more about what this institution means. we'll talk to you again in a half hour. st. casimir, 125 years old this year, more about it in just a bit. >> denise: thanks so much harry. st. casimir's mass mob will be held 11:30 today, 8223 sowiniski avenue in cleveland, after the annual easter egg tradition and a light lunch. as you can see outside, it is a little wet, you see the cars moving up 77 north and south, a few cars on the road there.
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be a little wet today, but still above average temperatures, i'm looking for the silver lining in all this >> beth: she is hoping for 70 we are not going to see that, yesterday 61, average 42 for this time of year. live look outside, independence, roads are wet, damp, a lot of areas reporting cloudy conditions, light rain and drizzle. there is on doppler from the south, towards mansfield, heavier rain showers, once this comes then we get a break in the action, it is going to come up 71. little heads-up, heading out, want to be careful, you know, it is never fun to drive through this. in case you are leaving wooster and heading to 71, it should be raining about 8:00. once we get past in point
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afternoon before more rain showers develop evening and overnight. on and off rain showers through the morning and afternoon into the mid 50s for almost everybody which is above average. not a bad day technically, just a washout day. 45 in cuyahoga county, 43 in lake. akron canton 50 within. wooster 48. we are staying above average. all weeklong we are above average. you don't have to shovel it we have a lot of rain coming the next two days, staying spring-like, if we are not shoveling in mid march, i'm good with that. >> denise: i am too. as long as it doesn't end up if the basement. track the forecast by downloading the cleveland 19 first alert forecast app, tree and quick download from the
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yours truly restaurants have been serving stellar breakfast and burgers for decades. but the siblings who run the local chain say their menu wouldn't be complete without the family's famous hummus recipe. >> jen: we are at the counter top at yours truly in independence. you know them for things like nacho fries one of my favorites. what are we making that is legendary? >> we are going to make the yours truly hummus. >> jen: family recipe, family secret. >> we start with dried chick peas easy to find in specialty markets, whole foods, tablespoon of baking soda, eight cups of either spring or filtered water. when it soaks over the night
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size and they will be at the top to dissolve the baking soda it activates the softening. >> jen: after you soak them overnight, riz, put it in a -- rinse and cook it for how long? >> simmer about 45 minutes until they are soft in lebanon in the old days they would cook 'em and remove the skins one bay one. nobody does that any more. the pressure or the ability of this machine will dissolve those skins and you keep the pro after cooking you wanna chill 'em, you don't want to put them in the food processor hot. next garlic if you put it in the food processor whole you never get the right amount dissolved. i use himalayan sea salt. >> you make a paste with it? >> yeah when it with every
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>> jen: now you know why it tastes so good. >> two lemons and one lime. quarter cup of water with ice, colder the better, the ice helps with the color. i'm going to start grinding. jen engine like to use hummus as a con meant on a sandwich or in a wrap. >> you add a little air which makes it lighter. now i'm going to add the garlic, lem, lime mix and salt and seasoning, this is cayenne, cumin, tahini. >> jen: for those not familiar what is tahini? >> it is what peanut butter is to peanuts this is sesame. we use extra virgin olive oil imported from lebanon. some of the trees that are in the olive grove that this comes from were planted by my dad and grandfather.
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classic toppings. we serve by default with pita bread. >> i feel like i'm part of the family now. you can let me in on the secret. >> you are. >> this is delicious. >> did it come out good? >> it is so velvety smooth. what does that mean? >> doubly good health. >> denise: beth and you are salivating over that one. find that recipe on the cleveland 19 facebook page. if there's a dish you would to see jen make tweet her or send an e-mail to cleveland19.com. >> general motors has joined the race to develop self-driving vehicles, they purchased a software company
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autonomous cars on the streets of san francisco. feragamo says silt embedding high crow chips in its bags and shoes to prevent knock-offs the company has been inserting the tags in the left solve most women's shoes in 2014 now it has added to men's shoes as well as luggage. more than 17 million dollar worth of bogus products were seized in china of that brand name last year. still to come, tony zarrella, my man, shows impressive buzzer beaters in this week's z awards. >> beth: a little soggy, it is 7:41, currently, did you forget to change your clocks ahead an hour? unfortunately, we'll see rain showers on and off through the afternoon, steadier rain comes
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. >> denise: we are jamming out this morning to papa d and the aggrevators this is from their album the long hard road. we'll be having more of that coming up. some local school kids who recently saw a video about children used as slaves on cocoa plantations are doing what they can to stop the practice and change the world. we went to cleveland for this week's romona's kids. >> they should stop child labor.
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kidnapping children just to make chocolate. >> they were very upset about the conditions that the children were working in. and just the fact that these children were not in school. they would work long hours . >> they are starting to move over to fair trade sources for cocoa. >> it is sad to think about how they never have a chance to get an education or have a normal childhood. they work this terrible conditions with dangerous tools so they often get hurt. >> they can hire adults to do that job. instead of having children to do it.
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>> denise: kids at lincoln park elementary watch the documentary showing children from mali kidnapped to work in the ivory coast on cocoa plantations. they decided to writ necessarily and hershey companies which both -- have businesses in the ivory coast that is a major positive difference. i had no idea about that. >> beth: neither did i. >> denise: i would hike to know more about it. this forecast, -- i would like to know more about it. this forecast, i know about that, not liking the rain we have in the forecast, temperatures not too shabby. >> beth: it is helping with the spring flowers. >> denise: that's true. >> beth: the weeds are growing, the grass is not growing. [ talking over each other ] >> beth: you saw pit in july
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nice now temperature-wise. however, soggy, on the wet side, need your umbrella today. rain gear, rain boots will do you good too. currently, a lot of us taking a break from the rain. mansfield will start seeing rain at some point shortly. sandusky right now light rain and 43 . rain showers on and off throughout the day they will redevelop through the afternoon. we get our next good break tuesday, which is prime party day, 62 , in the low 60s by then, rain showers early, i'm telling you this, not going to see a lot of sunshine between today and tomorrow, st. patrick's day looking nice, especially where it was the last two years, 58 for st. patrick's day, mostly cloudy, partly sunny, a little
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mentioning that, i don't think it is going to rain. however, when everyone is going to stand outside and wave to jeff and samantha i want to make sure that you are prepared with an umbrella, if you need it. rain showers move south towards the northeast coming up route 71, moderate rain can be expected behind this, definitely going to fizzle out for a little before we pick up more rain this afternoon. times now not a big deal, worth noting if you are in wooster and just have cloudy conditions, not going to stay that way later a little break in the action, not a lot of rain showers through cincinnati, before more rain showers develop for the evening and the overnight. hit or miss rain showers, you can believe it, soggy day, future view shows rain showers in green, light rain, even some of the super light rain is drizzle or doesn't hit the
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it is the deeper color green, did i say red? green that you need to be concerned about, steadier rain, you can see in the middle of the day, not everyone is going to see it all the time, not a told rain out, just not pleasant, not something you want to be outside like yesterday. we get a break monday morning before more rain, possibly thunderstorms late day monday. you can tell, you can see it is a little interesting around 9:00 monday evening. temperatures today starting off on the warm side, we make it up to 50s early on, around lunchtime then mid 50s to up are 50s by the end of the day depends on where you are spending your day, warmer section, akron, canton, wooster, cooler near the lake shore even though winds are coming out of the east, breezier afternoon. 55 for greater cleveland folks,
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stellar day, not a total washout, on again off again showers, something tkpweurbg wet, humidity. monday, fine to get going then the showers and possibly storms come into play late monday, first alert weather days today, today not pretty and tomorrow because of storms later in the day. tuesday we start off wet, we dry out by 10, 11:00 prime party tuesday we'll be fine, -- primary tuesday we'll be fine, low 60s. couple 60s wednesday. thursday transition day front will cool us off a bit. dance denise, dance. do your little jig. at least we'll be making a run at 60 like last year for st. patrick's day the wind chill was subzero and the wind
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week ahead, just a little wet one to us -- to get us started. >> denise: when we return, nothing like a buzzer beater shot to end a game.
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december did he said he was a mechanic in the garage of love! one of our photographers an amazing blues guitarist. we are featuring his music as well as the music ever of other local artists. this week's z awards gets off to a running start. here's tony zarrella! >> tony: no sticking our heads in the sand this week are off and running in the z awards. -- come on, we cover all corners of the globe! but back in states, they are already in mid season form as well. >> announcer: tags, moving up to second, getting thrown out. >> tony: incredible buzzer
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women. although the guys they got it done too. but it is impossible to top this thriller not one , not two, but three. three buzzer beaters, four overtimes, one sparkling z award,. as for the high percentage shot, with that we're outta here and taking our friend with us. as always, congratulations to
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>> denise: they can run fast! >> beth: you think he's chase the guy on the bike? >> denise: absolutely. i think he was about to take him too. i'm outta here. >> beth: tony zarrella, i love the z awards. >> denise: i'm not loving that. that's a live look it? >> beth: no, it's not. >> denise: probably what we have. >> beth: it does look real chance of showers on and off throughout the morning, redeveloping later on could be more moderate through the day temperatures mid to upper 50s, back to the 60s for three dayses in a row, we are going to see rain showers late in the afternoon monday, monday night, a little on tuesday morning. tuesday afternoon looks great. wednesday a little drizzle to get you going, still in the 60s in the afternoon. st. patrick's day.
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be embarrassing. >> denise: you've seen me dance before? >> beth: i was watching that jig is cute just not for tv. they put us back on camera, let's see her dance. >> denise: what's your jig? >> beth: i've already done mine. >> denise: coming up, presidential candidates made their way to cleveland we have the latest from the campaign trail. she makes me do the most
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december a good sunday morning to you.
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i'm denise zarrella, it is 8 02 a.m., remember to adjust your clock, sunday march 13th. it is 43 . welcome to cleveland 19 sunday morning. thanks for joining us. a little disappointed in the temperatures this morning. but still above average. >> beth: we still have the luck of the irish . >> denise: we do. it has been a great winter. >> beth: and we don't have to shovel i. you don't have to worry about flooding. >> denise: the ground seems saturated yesterday it was squishy under my feet which is never good especially cleaning up the backyard. >> beth: take a look at doppler max, light rain showers coming through the area, heavier rain coming into mansfield not a huge deal, you can see the stretch coming up
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there are some areas that not currently seeing rain but it is soggy, we've all seen rain showers overnight. let me put a little tracker on this, in case you are heading out the door, heading to 71, maybe you live in wooster, you don't want to get stuck, you need to find your umbrella. wooster 8 35 now for the more steadier rain this is going to come through in the next hour or so, pushing towards the north northeast. what is going to happen, this goes through, we get a little more heavy rain showers towards columbus, looks like a developed. then we get a break in the action this is not a total wash-up, however it is going to be mid 50s for everyone. rain showers redevelop tonight, less than a week away from spring.
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are in spring. 47 hopkins, 50 akron canton normal temperatures this time of year 42 , many of us already seeing that above average style we've been rolling with. 47 shaker heights, good morning, remember grab that umbrella and like denise said 8:05 now. at the tone the time is, you remember that denise at the ton the time is? -- at the tone the time is? spring fever big time, absolutely luck of the irish, i'll show you the highlights coming up. >> denise: a lot of rain to make things green and pretty. >> people in the south assessing damage after severe storms flooded their towns, killing three people. reports from louisiana. >> reporter: flood water was seeping through sandbags in
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more -- bags in the low-lying vulnerable areas along the levy which protects 3500 homes. their home backs up to the levee they were ordered to evacuate but decided not to. >> i had surgery monday i was advised not to travel. >> reporter: west of here, the lake is expected to rise to 1 9 feet, -- 179 feet, across louisiana moderate to major flooding on 50% of the state's bayous and rivers now. north of new orleans in follow some, the family most of friday trying to reach her they found her in her home she lost everything during hurricane katrina. >> heartbreaking deja vu. >> reporter: in north louisiana in bow sure city, the smith -- is ready with sandbags. >> red cross asked if i could help?
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about my own home now >> reporter: as for the seepage we showed you, they put more sandbags, nothing is seeping in now. you can see what it did for last several hours. the mayor said don't let the sun deceive you, we are not out of the woods yet. dozier city, louisiana. december last night was a big night for rubio he won the washington did why, gop convention big step for the candidate who has not won any states and hopes to take his home state of florida tuesday. the republican party's front-runner stole the spotlight. across the country protesters have shown up to donald trump rallies, resulting in violence. days from tuesday's primaries, now is affecting the race. -- how this is affecting the race. >> reporter: police used
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donald trump rally in kansas city. earlier secret service formed a circle around the presidential candidate as a man tried to rush the stage in ohio. trump was forced to cancel friday as fights broke out between supporters and protesters in chicago. chaos there spilled into the streets where police made several rests including a cbs journalist. >> there have been other groups of coordinated protests at past rallies, nothing as massive as what i saw last night. >> reporter: the republican front-runner declined to take responsible. >> they want me to tell my people, be nice. my people are nice. >> reporter: he blames supporters of bernie sanders for instigating the violence. >> when our -- what our supporters are doing is responding to a candidate who has in fact in many ways
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>> reporter: trump's gop rivals criticized the protesters but also falled the billionaire. >> i to intend to support the republican nominee. but it is getting harder everyday. >> responsibility begins and ends at the top. >> reporter: trump has rallies in three states scheduled for sunday. . december so far police have made four an -- >> denise: so far police have made four arrests in kansas and four charged in chicago. donald trump campaigned here in cleveland yesterday. the event was largely peaceful. as you can see some supporters did clash with protesters. inside that rally. >> reporter: donald trump said he's expecting a resoning victory in ohio. >> oh boy! [ cheering ]
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we are sleigh. >> reporter: thousands showed up to hear what the billionaire had to say in cleveland after protesters shutdown the rally in chicago. some were nervous. >> i thought nobody is going to stop me from exercising my right to assemble. here i am. >> we were hesitant. we stayed in the background a little bit. when i saw that everyone was getting along just great, you know, no problem . >> reporter: there were a few skirmishes. >> get 'em the hell out! >> reporter: there were no arrests. after statements about building a wall for stronger borders, bringing back jobs to america. taking care of veterans and getting rid of common core trump got to the point about why he was in ohio. >> kasich can not be president. he's weak on immigration. he wants people to come in. he's in favor of amnesty. he can't be president.
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remember that when you go to the polls. >> i might lean his way a little after this >> this is what donald stands for. donald is part of we, we are part of the right, donald trump will make everything great again because of his mental he's not a quitter, he's not a loser. >> reporter: this is the last stop in cleveland for donald trump. he have scheduled visits in other parts of the state before that primary tuesday. >> denise: to continue our team coverage of campaign 2016, hilary clinton spent part of her day in cleveland yesterday she posted a -- she hosted a town hall meeting at a local church. bill safos is covering the clinton campaign. >> reporter: it was a packed over flow crowd. finally, the moment hillary clinton supporters had
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>> it is such a great privilege to be here in this historic church. >> reporter: on the agenda, all sorts of topics, her focus here, leveling the playing field for american workers. clinton promised, no more breaks to car companies who shut out america's labor force by buying foreign parts. >> if companies ship jobs overseas or game the system to avoid paying their fair share of taxes, we're gonna health them accountable. >> reporter: in a city with many unemployed auto workers that hits close to home. >> we need that. >> reporter: clinton went on tapping big issues even respectfully taking on a heckler who was concerned about cell phones and their alleged cancer-causing effects didn't seem to rattle her at all. >> as i was saying, diverse city a strength, not a weakness. [ applause ] >> reporter: from that
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immigration, education, college loans, women's rights, to race and the injustice of the justice system. asking mothers from across the nation who lost their sons not just to gun violence, but some to police shootings, to come stand with her and make sure forgotten. >> i love her. i think that she stands for america. and she stands for american values. >> it is not politics to her. you can tell this is something she believes in. >> reporter: with an empty church now, they are getting ready for services tomorrow morning. you can bet part of sermon, talking about hillary clinton secretary, her visit here and what she stands for. in cleveland, bill safos, cleveland 19. >> denise: in some other news, fbi in cleveland -- and cleveland heights police investigating a bank robbery the picture is a little dark.
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into the u.s. bank on lee road, demanded money and took off with the cash after 9:00 saturday morning. call police if you know anything. large crowd in brecksville came fourth a bicycle awareness rally close to where two were killed last year when they were hittle while riding their bikes. -- they were hit while riding their bikes. coming up, march madness, mash schwab has your morning sports report. >> beth: we are already starting off above average. just not going to be one of those pretty days. look at cedar point cam, a little squishy, i bet that's a little muddy there. cedar point opening day, 54 days way, may 7th. this week we are above average. i'll let you know what the week ahead looks like, coming
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>> denise: today marks the four year anniversary from the decrees from rome that opened many catholic churches that had been closed. many worked hard to convince the vatican to reopen their beloved churches. st. casimir in cleveland will be celebrating the day they got to open the doors to their church. that's where we find harry boomer. good morning again harry. >> reporter: good morning denise. this -- you have been to this church so you know how beautiful it is. this alter thought to be one of the most beautiful in all
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the fate of this church was in doubt, as you said, when the bishop merged st. casimir with other churches, closing this church for 3 1/2, 4 years. parishioners appealed to rome. it was granted, their prayers to reopen. today marks the 4th anniversary of the rebirth if you will of st. casimir on sowiniski avenue off of east 79th and st. claire. there will be the third cleveland mass mob here at st. casimir, 11:30 this morning. the mission to attract people to come to mass to celebrate in this historic church. so many people have had so much history here it is good to see it back open. the cleveland mass mob will be happening 11:30 this morning. then there is going to be soup, seven different soups for the soul, if you will. going to be a wonderful time,
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back to you denise. >> denise: thank you so much harry. good thing he's inside today. because it is a little moist. i wouldn't call it a soaker but -- >> beth: definitely not yet. however, we had rain overnight so it is a little on the wet side. >> denise: still warm. >> beth: a little chilly. last night -- >> denise: i love when it is softly raining. >> beth: because of that soft rain you don't need to worry about washing your car today, mother nature is doing that for you, monday on and off rain showers over the course of the next two days, today and tomorrow, tuesday afternoon specifically, will be your next day to wash the car, possibly. as long as you are not heading
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bit. we are going to get rain we know we need it to get the flowers going. 47 out of hopkins airport. 43 sandusky and ashtabula. 50 akron, canton definitely on the mild side to get us going which is always nice, we should be at about 42 for our daytime high. cuyahoga, parma, good morning you are almost at 50 ! we stay with above average temperatures for the week. bad news, we get rain showers to go with. you can see heff rain showers coming towards wooster, akron, canton some leaving lake. i put a timer on this in case you are heading out, for a little bit you are going go soaked. 8:31 this morning you might get clipped.
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little slow to get moving by 9:00, it is coming through columbus, again, the timing on this is an estimate. maybe a little after 9:00, a little bit of a thunderstorm make it towards akron, nothing severe, just gets tricky driving in it. pulling up all this moisture from the south, definitely, it is going to be a lot of moisture over the course of the next day and a half it is not going to be steady rain, it is going to be on a off. the rain showers come in, then leave for a little bit, then come back, then you might be dealing with cloudy conditions, here's 5:00. [ unintelligible ] as we go through date still okay, gray, a little on the
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redevelopment of more moderate rain showers and thunderstorms coming through, definitely making it a little tricky. temperatures above average starting out in the upper 40s make it to the low 50s around lunchtime for some. mid 50s and upper 50s for a good portion of the viewing area when we are didn't with the day. you can season day, tonight some areas close to 60 well before average. cleveland 55 today, akron, canton 58. rain showers on again off again at times it could be heavy. today not so pretty, tomorrow mainly in the afternoon we see the rain. tuesday rain showers early, prime party day going to be fine, 63 , i'll take it. wednesday like tuesday,
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denise is now paying attention because she likes to dance the little irishman on st. patrick's day. don't be fooled, [ unintelligible ] denise, we dry out next week, closer to reality, we stay above average for the entire week. >> denise: coming up, chicago getting in the spirit for st. patrick's day. it is that time of the year,
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>> denise: a live look outside it is 8:28. 43 on this sunday morning. you are listening to papa d and the aggrevators. their shows are awesome, next one is saturday march 19th, blue rock cafe in hudson. check it out. the chicago river is getting its green on for st. patrick's day tradition dates back to 1960 two. the dye goes in orange and turns -- greene when it hits the water. the coloring is said to be safe for the environment.
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srab is here. >> reporter: march madness yesterday, it was a fantastic finish between akron and buffalo. buffalo went to the tournament last year and led in this before the break akron would hit a three ball out of william, skip ahead, three minutes left, jackson another three ball for akron to get 'em level at 58, yes i said level like it is a soccer game. jackson a deep, deep, deep, three put them up 61-58. with two seconds left, hamilton would hit a three for buffalo to put 'em up 64-61 they would win by score, buffalo headed back to march madness, akron 13-5 this year, didn't get 'em into the dance, awful. big ten game today michigan state will take on purdue.
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the fourth annual mass mob. harry boomer joins us live
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>> denise: today st. casimir's church is celebrating the four year anniversary of the decrees from rome that opened many area catholic churches that had been closed. they are celebrating with a mass mob later today. harry boom live at st. casimir church. >> reporter: i am in the 125-year-old st. casimir's church here in cleveland. this church is steeped in tradition and lots of folks have come over the generations. in fact i have with me john, who is third generation here at st. casimir. tell me about your being here and this picture behind me? >> i'm happy to say that i am
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st. casimir's. my granddaughter just born going to be the fifth generation. the picture that you see is a polish version of the blessed mother, it is this icon and the blessed mother that appeared in a dream of our parishioner when the church was closed, asking -- saying to him do not leave me they said. we are here because of the blessed mother. we are hear because the church reopened because of that blessed mother prayers to. >> reporter: you are here, pope john paul i, before he became a bishop -- pope john paul ii before he became a bishop, visited this church it is important to know this county is steeped in history. 11:30 a mass mob, they will
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and enjoy yourselves. harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> denise: thanks harry. you have a live look outside right now the roads look a little moist, traffic moving along just fine right there. probably not going to see a lot of sunshine but it is not going to feel too cold. that's a bright spot. >> beth: that is a bright spot we are starting off above average for this time of year, always great news. we've become a little spoiled we have that spring fever thing happening. showers just about everywhere, except like right through independence where that live shot was interest. we've all had rain showers, more developing out towards mansfield, down to the columbus area. ultimately this is going to push through our area, it is not moving very quickly at this point, but i'll give you a heads up, cleveland downtown
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going to keep us soggy and wet, through columbus a little more heavy rain maybe possible thunderstorms will ultimately come towards akron and canton after this wave of some rain we will dry out this afternoon. you can see towards cincinnati, between columbus and cincinnati, nothing developing until later this evening more showers. temperatures today into the mid to possibly upper 50s, rain throughout the day tile. just on a off, not steady rain not a washout, you just need to pick your times carefully. 46 euclid, 45 in brecksville, shaker heights a.m. at 50 , madison 43, east lake at 41. we are on the mild side, above average, not only today but
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week we cool off next weekend we still stay above average. soggy and wet today, tomorrow afternoon, we get rain showers that dot the landscape into a couple morning commutes this week then we dry out and see more sun. >> denise: you can track the forecast by downloading the cleveland 19 first alert forecast app, it is free and quick download from the app store. yours truly restaurants have been serving stellar breakfast, burgers and other classic deaner food for decades. the siblings who run the local chain say their menu would not be complete with the family's famous hummus recipe in this week's cleveland cooks. we are at the counter top at yours truly in
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you know your -- you know yours truly for nacho fries my favorite. >> we are going to make yours truly hummus. we start with dried chick peas which are easy to find in whole foods, places like that we are going to use eight cups of either spring or filtered water. when it soaks overnight the chick peas triple in size and they will be at the top. to dissolve the baking soda, it activates the softening. >> jen: after you soak them overnight and rinse them, put it in a pot and cook it for how long? >> cook it for 45 minutes, bring it to a boil, simmer until they are soft in the old days in lebanon they would cook 'em and remove the skins one by one >> jen: what a tedious task.
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machine, will dissolve those skins and you keep the protein. 'em. you don't want to put 'em in the food processor hot. next the garlic, you put it in the food processor whole you will never get the right amount dissolved. i use himalayan sea salt. >> >> jen: you make a paste with it? >> yeah, we do this with every batch, all done by hand. >> jen: now you know why it tastes so good. lime not lemon? >> both this is a quarter cup of water with ice, the colder the better, the ice helps with the color. then i'm going to start grinding. i like to use hummus as a con men. >> we do that on -- on our menu. you add air which helps make it lighter. now i'm going to add the
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salt, this is cayenne, cumin, tahini. >> jen: for those not familiar, what is that moon any? >> it is -- it is what peanut butter is to peanuts this is sesame. extra virgin olive oil imported from lebanon. some of the trees in the olive grove that this comes from were planted by my dad and grandfather. toppings. we serve by default with pita bread. >> jen: i feel like i'm part of the family now. >> you are. >> jen: delicious, so vet vety smooth do you say when you eat something in lebanese? what does that mean?
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>> denise: that looks so good. you can find that recipe on the cleveland 19 facebook page if there's a dish would you like to see jen make, tweet her or send an e-mail to cleveland19.com. still to come, tony zarrella shows us impressive buzzer beaters in this week's
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new fresh step with the power of febreze.
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>> denise: i love it! you are looking at papa d and the aggrevators. they just won an award. international award for their alone. dan is proud of that we are proud to have him and happy to feature his music. we are going to be this. facebook us, tweet us with who you think we should include on one of our shows. pet bet it has to be original music that's dan, we w with dan. it has to be something you have written and produced if
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>> denise: we'll play it. for now dan is our house ban. >> beth: we dance during commercials. >> denise: we do, we love him. i'm not loving the forecast. >> beth: we need a rain dance. >> denise: hoping it was going to be warmer. >> beth: we are spoiled, a little cloudy downtown, drizzle and light rain showers around, temperatures 47 out of hopkins, come on denise what are you complaining about akron, canton 50, we should only be -- [ unintelligible ] that hour is -- it is 8:46 in case you forgot to go forward. primary tuesday, we will
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degrees so get out and vote. over the course of the next couple of days, today and tomorrow, rain showers, maybe possible thunderstorm coming into phraeurbg nothing severe. however this isn't gonna be an all day soaker. most areas from about mennert to wooster, cloudy, soggy. soggy but warmer, more moderate ran moving towards akron canton towards 71, pulling moisture from the south, this isn't a big deal but worth mentioning. not fast moving ear. spring-like weather coming our way, more moisture in the air, more action, towards columbus, thunderstorm starting to come through this will make it towards akron, canton, dover, new philly in the next hour. then we get a break.
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and cincinnati, nothing happening. the middle of the afternoon, rain-wise, probably not going to see anything just gray skies. pulling moisture from the gulf of mexico, that means more moisture coming our way, 11:00 this morning, still getting it, by 2:00 that break if the action around dinnertime, about this afternoon t to dinnertime could just be cloudy where you are, some areas like ashtabula still seeing rain showers then to redevelop by 8:00, 9:00 tonight, nothing big, tomorrow morning we get going, we are dry, still cloudy, still not very pretty, above average, that's all right, monday afternoon, rain showers redevelop, jeff will be in monday to tell you there are thunderstorms out there we start off in the mid to upper 40s, we make fight the 50s this afternoon. mid 50s for -- we make it into
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50s for most of you. cleveland a high of about 55 . overall today, cooler than yesterday, some areas topping out around 57, ford first alert weather day today, tomorrow in the 60s. tuesday, wednesday, similar days, 60s if the afternoon, sunshine, we start off with light rain showers tuesday morning done by the morning commute no excuse together to vote tuesday, wednesday morning drizzle by 10 it should be done, tuesday, wednesday, similar days. the luck of the irish so much better for the st. patrick's day parade. look at this, near 60, a chance of showers, then we dry out friday, saturday, dry, cooler, still complaining denise we are not hitting the 60s.
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complainter, but that's okay i'll take 57. there's nothing like a buzzer beater shot, amazing
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i was a mechanic in the garage of love i repaired them all but my own now i'm standing here >> denise: as you obviously
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that is 480 going east and westbound, a little bit rainy out there today. temperature-wise we are not going to fare too badly this week's z awards gets off to a running start. here's tony zarrella. >> tony: no sticking our heads in the sand this week. we are off and running in the z awards. yes, that is an ostrich. surprised? come on, we cover all corners of the globe. but back in the states, they are already in mid season form as well. >> announcer: great timing catch then tagging moving up to second and getting thrown out. >> tony: some incredible buzzer beaters this week, we start with the women.
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they got it down too. but it is impossible to top this thriller. not one, not two, but three. three buzzer beaters, four overtime, one sparkling z award. as for the high percentage shot. >> tony: with that he we are outta here and taking our friend with us. as always, congratulations to all of our winners.
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this hour has made -- i feel good. i was worried i was going to be so tired this morning. it is 8:55 by the way. in case you didn't spring forward. >> beth: go adjust all the clocks, that's the tricky thing, if you use one specific clock monday marriage that you only look at when you work that's the one that always gets me. monday morning you are going did i change that one? >> denise: yesterday, looked outside 7:00 still light, now it is going to be even better. >> beth: except it is cloudy and soggy today. it is not a total rain , just a chance of showers throughout the daytime, we could have a nice break between 1:00, 2:00 this afternoon, until 4:00, 5:00, depends on you live. -- on where you live.
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in the rain showers and then they revel in the afternoon. tuesday morning we -- they redevelop in the afternoon. tuesday afternoon fantastic, 60s monday, tuesday, wednesday. thursday st. patrick's day, coming down for parade? i hope so, temperature wise okay this year. >> denise: i predict a strong turnout. thanks so much for joining us
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