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emotions. i am outside the school where you can see dozens of people still waiting to get inside the auditorium there. it holds about 1800 people. they are at capacity now as people leave. some people are being allowed inside. i want to take you back to earlier today as school let out. parents and students gathered, got together to do a march from the different high schools to here to parma senior high school and came from normandie high school and valley forge. parma senior high school were protesting about 1,000 students and teachers and parents. they were protesting the way that the school board proposed a deal with a $15 million deficit. they have said they wanted to close or repurpose five schools. get rid of dozens of staff and many, many programs including the stem program.
telling us some extra curriculer activities have been cut. >> i can tell you my daughter was in sciences. i was in art club. they cut the art club this week. she paid $15 last week to join art club and not getting the art club anymore. >> reporter: all right. as you can see, they are trying to let more people into this meeting right now. we should mention there's a for the november election. if that doesn't pass, the school board has threatened there could need to be even more cuts. romona, mark? >> mark: denise, for those who might be new to the story, can you explain where this money went to begin with? >> reporter: mark, when we were covering the story, the superintendent said they have located where this money was where it was misappropriated
students, we are told by the superintendent. we are out here and we will continue to bring you live reports as the evening goes on. follow us on facebook and twitter for updates as well. asking questions, getting answers in parma, denise zarrella, cleveland 19. >> mark: denise, thank you. >> romona: more breaking news in the past hour. we have learned no one will be charged with a incident. in june police received emergency cal f family expressing fears that the businessman had ties to terrorism. officers rushed in and took him into custody. the man was released after police determined he was not a threat and that clerk was fired. an apparent murder-suicide at a cleveland burger king at the restaurant on lorain avenue. investigators say employee erlyn rivera cintron died and her
and shot and killed himself in the bathroom. >> today we are getting a look at a new portion of a policy dealing with use of force in the cleveland police department. dan deroos is at the answer center as we learn more about reporting incidents. >> that's right. it's no secret that the u.s. department of justice came to the cleveland police department and said there needs to be major changes. one of the changes they have to come up with the cleveland police monitoring team. this is a team independent of the cleveland police department implementing and coming up with proposals to change a whole lot of things. namely, the use of force policies. they have this web site set up. they are trying to be extremely transparent and they want your feedback. there's been a bunch of changes. the revision that came out today just posted today was talking about the use of force reporting. when an officer has to use force how is it reported and changes
enough previous and needs to be better defined. the old policy was use of force and request a supervisor to the scene and obtain medical assistance for anyone that was injured or complained of an injury. i want you to obtain medical assistance. here is the change. officers have a duty to provide medical aid to anyone injured after the use of force pdi emergency first aid. you remember in the tamir rice case; that's part of the accusation officers did not provide aid. >> officers did not provide immediate medical care. and if there are no physical injuries or use of force against children or elderly. >> these are some of the policy changes they are looking at making. they have not made clear votes or decisions yet. they want you to review this and
enough. are they doing enough to make a change at cpd. how do you do that? vericism. go to cleveland19.com i have posted this and tweeted it. asking questions, getting answers, dan deroos. mark, back to you. >> mark: another beautiful day today. >> romona: sure is. how long can it last? jeff tanchak is tracking the next thing headed our way. >> jeff: yep there's always a next thing. we will enjoy this three moreda the sun is now setting and akron-canton 7 westbound. and 7:00 next hour at 7:00 and dropping in the upper 60s after that. it will be a mild night for this time of year and well in the 50s.
that's the next thing light rain and falling temps. details on that in my next time out. >> don't you think you pick a better school for your child than the bureaucrats? my goodness, we better try something different. >> everything okay? >> why don't we stop the press conference so we can take care of this gentleman, okay? >> mark: an interpretation during former new york mayor rudy giuliani during the news a lorain police officer fainted. he was taken to the hospital and will be okay. giuliani was here today after the cleveland police union endorsed donald trump for president. >> romona: as harry boomer reports, that decision is not sitting well with some people. >> i am proud to make that endorsement for donald trump. i am absolutely, absolutely proud to have this man in our building, in our house.
loomis president of the cleveland police association made it clear for the first time in history they are endorsing a candidate for president. during a mote earlier this month. 77% of the membership that voted, voted for donald trump. 22% for hillary clinton and 7% for other. >> we need somebody in that white house that will support law enforcement in our effort to get into the community and integral part of it. >> that's why i am proud of the endorsement the men and women all the men and women in this police union had an opportunity to weigh in on it. >> zach reed has always been pro police. >> the ccpa endorsement ran into a stonewall of opposition from councilman zack reed today. >> they want somebody in the white house that says what you are doing is cool. don't second guess what we are doing on the streets. >> reporter: reed says endorsing
wanting to institute stop and frisk nationwide ruled unconstitutional is a mistake. >> that's what they want to go back to. stop, question and risk or whether it is we will look the other way and question what you are doing and activities along the way, that's why he made it clear. loomis made it clear. we want a friend in the white house. >> reporter: councilman zack reed proposed an emergency resolution calling for them to endorse the announcement of of donald trump and mostly a symbolic move and won't put council on record opposing the endorsement if it passes. >> reporter: getting answers, harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> romona: rudy giuliani wasn't the only member in town. >> it is about no substitute for spending the time to sit down with somebody, look them in the
it. >> joe kennedy says hillary has done that. bobby kennedy's grandson stopped by a cleveland campaign office to meet with volunteers. we are a little more than a month away to election day. president obama will campaign for hillary clinton on friday, october 14th. he will be at a get out the early vote rally in the cleveland area. more details to come. republican governor mike pence arrived at longwood university ahead of t vice presidential debate. pence will face off against democratic virginia senator tim kaine. you can tune in to cleveland 19 at 9:00 to watch them face off. >> the f.b.i. and the windows wa sheriff's office need your help tracking a cold case. the coroner ruled the death as question. they released a sketch. two hunters found a woman's body in mud creek. her i.d. was never determined
create 5'4", medium length brown reddish hair or brown or hazel eyes and had given birth to at least one child. the victim wearing a unique ring described as a wire love knot. chief investigator carl monday updating us on the arrest of frank jackson, iii, he is mayor jackson's grandson facing charges after a scuffle with police. carl has been following the case and time the younger jackson has been in trouble with the law. jackson was in court and prosecutors recommended him for selective intervention. a diversion program for first time offenders. however, carl found he has a conviction in a trespassing case. charges in two other cases for burglary and possession of a controlled substance. they were dropped. the mayor's grandson is due in court later this month.
head to local businesses with a big heart. one sending a victim of violence to disney world. up next massillon's little hero. flying high over emergency situations. how a new drone academy will help keep you safe. jeff? >> jeff: watching hurricane matthew. an update on that. as far as we are concerned, weekend changes and temperaturewise. more on that next segment. get breaking news and weather now on cleveland 19 news floor show. it is time to fall in love again wi h hi guys! got the birthday girl a drum set. drum set? oh you guys must have time warner cable.
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live from newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent, this is cleveland 19 news. a 9-year-old's walk home from the library turned into a nightmare. now a community is stepping up. ?[ music ] ? >> mark: to send massillon's little hero to the magic kingdom. >> mark: it really shows you how the best in people can come out
the massillon girl could use joy in her life now. >> romona: police arrested a suspect in her abduction and rape. right now catherine bosley shows us it is all about a 9-year-old's wish to go to disney world. >> reporter: these are busy day for legacy roofing in akron. >> it meant a lot to us. >> responding to the facebook post asking for donations to give a 9-year-old kidnapping and rape victim something to look forward to, a trip to disney. they decided to foot the e donations pouring in. >> to see something come so good from something bad appealed to us. >> the massillon police department spearheaded the little massillon campaign. when police came up with the idea they thought of something local, candy shops and chuck e. cheese and realized her dream was disney, they decided to go big and never expecting the community to be big in the response.
humanity. >> she deserves every bit of it. >> if it wasn't for her strength her attacker dennis menefee might be still on the loose using a police officer uniform to lure her into the truck and assault her. police got to know her well, a so-called special case and solving it wasn't enough. >> she is little and innocent and such a sweet girl. that's what makes us work a little bit harder to take her to a better place so she has better memories to look back on. >> making for a better feeling in the community all together. >> reporter: in massillon, catherine bosley, cleveland 19. >> mark: aside from the roofing company, there were other businesses and individuals in the area and other parts of the country are donating. >> romona: it is hoped additional donations will pay for other fun things for the victim and her family, too, on the trip.
on our web site. >> mark: got to take a look at this. a new drone academy is opening next week. next week first responders can get their hands on education at tri-c's campus in parma. technology can be a powerful tool in search-and-rescue missions, evidence collection and crime scene investigation, too. the course sold out quickly and will add more soon. >> at least nine deaths are blamed on hurricane slamming into haiti today with howling 145mile-an-hour winds. the storm unloaded heavy rain as it swirled towards cuba and bahamas. it could hit florida towards the end of the week and push its way up to the east coast over the weekend. i am with jeff right now. will we have remnants of that. >> no. we will miss out. it is an east coast thing.
affected. winds a category 4. the eye is right there and you see it moving over the far tip of eastern cuba and then after it passes through there tonight it will start to turn left it looks like over the bahamas tomorrow and tomorrow night as a major hurricane. and eventually the east coast of florida. all right. that's a biggy. we continue to monitort situation. how about a round here in the 70s and 80s upstream. don't be surprised if a few spots hit 80 here. 77 tomorrow. warm stretch of weather continues into thursday, 78 and more cloud cover that computer models are forecasting. still dry. friday 79 for game 2 of the alds friday afternoon and couldn't ask for better weather there for game 1, game 2.
saturday. 64 most likely the morning high. temperatures will be dropping we think saturday afternoon and wind picking up light showers. this is the alert day saturday. timing 11:00 a.m. to 8 p.m. and winds gusting over 30 as this cooler air rushes in. forecast tonight clear and mild in cleveland. 57. akron-canton, you will drop down to 53 tomorrow. . we go from 6 at a.m. 70 at 11:00 and well in the 70s in the afternoon for the high of 77. mostly cloudy thursday 78. friday, subpoenay, 79. there's the alert on saturday. remember this 64. the morning high. we will drop in temperature during the afternoon. 49 saturday night. sunday's high only 59 and spotty
it will be pretty windy sunday. back up to 71 monday with windy conditions and mostly sunny sky. mark? >> mark: thank you, jeff. a beautiful day. wish they could play ball today on progressive field. a workout, bp. game 1 against boston thursday. when we come back we will hear from tito on facing the team. he managed a two world series titles and hear from bean town s
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that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect? at either. now this is the serpentini chevrolet sports report on cleveland 19 news. >> mark: mark schwab live at progressive field. it will be the scene for game 1 of the alds two days from today.
boston is not even here yet but indians will get baseball activity in. any time you have a playoff series it's a big one. a lot in this when you talk about the story lines and people facing teams that they have things to do with, terry francona or john farrell, the boston manager and mike napoli. let's start with tito asked about-facing boston. the series down against yankees and came back to win the accident alcs series and '07 indians in the alcs and won the world series. he was asked about that today. >> it is up fair to the players and both teams. they have accomplished so much to get here and it is about players. whatever my personal feelings are need to stay just that. i am not going up against john. our players will decide this.
whole world outside of baseball. and, you know, so that -- it pulls at you a little bit. >> the 2-2. >> mark: that's about all will you get. they will not say much more. mike napoli facing his former team. he was with boston for a few years and traded to texas rangers and doesn't seem like he will make it a big super big deal one. >> i have a lot of friends. once we step in between the lines i am trying to help my team win any way i can. i definitely want to go out and do what i can to help us win and eventually win. on the field, we are still friends. i want to win. >> they have been off since
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