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>> it is a huge red flag and something going on. >> children don't want you to know they are using. some are even talking to child predators. >> anchor: first breaking news from the east side. police are are looking for the suspect in a drive-by shooting near lee and harvard. >> a teenager and a baby were hit. sarah, what is the latest on their conditions?
update from police was a few hours ago. we were told that the baby be is still alive. after the shooting, both victims were life flighted to metro. the 19 month old girl was grazed by a bullet in the shoulder and the 19 year old man was shot in the chest in the drive-by shooting. it happened on harbor and jfk high school and whitney young school. police say two men fired at this and the man. we counted nine bullet holes in the passenger side of the car. a woman who was driving the victim's car dropped them off at south point high school and transferred to metro. police are searching for the two male suspects tonight. we have not been briefed on the what the police have.
alert you through our app at 6:30 on get instant breaking news alert to your smart phone and tablet. down load the free cleveland news app. >> chris tanaka is monitoring. >> we found out john casack voted. he ved mccain. because the arizona senator is not on the list of certified write in candidates here in ohio, ka sich's vote will not count. >> you may see gas prices soar in northeast ohio after a pipeline explosion in alabama this afternoon. eight worker ares were hurt in the blast that sent flames
the explosion happened in a remote area a mile away from the homes. crews had to fix a leak from that pipe last month and that may have had something to do with the explosion. denise. >> anchor: the indians had the final practice of the season. they hope to celebrate the first world seisries title since 1948. and if it you want to be there, be prepared to shell out cash. we did digging and found ticket prices for the two games in progressive field went up dramatically since last night. it will cost you $625 for standing room only and that is without the added fees. next best is in the nosebleeds or bleachers, tickets start at $750 and lower reserve tickets
>> anchor: because of the game, the cavs moved up their game at 6:00. be prepared for traffic coming downtown. you are urged to take rta. 20000 took the redline for game one. there will be extra trains running for the large crowds and as for parking prices,ec some were in the $75 range for a lot of parking lots and we have several parking restrictions in the gateway complex because of both games. restrictions go in to effect tomorrow at noon. and prospect will be off limits and the gateway east garage is open only to cavalier and indian parking pass season holders.
on our app read about the last living member of the 1948 indian and his journey to make it to cleveland for the game. >> anchor: police are looking for two people who set fire in the playground of the garfield elementary school. look at the flames from friday's fire. the equipment was heavily damaged. but the good news is no one was hurt. if you know who staed fire. plose call the lorain police. parents are you aware of what is on your child's phone? >> second apapand give strangers access to your kids. when it comes to technology we have dan to get answers. >> reporter: rarely do i get in a story like this and something shocks me. i have a good handle generally on the websites and apps.
1, 2 clicks your kids talking to a stranger. dr. stransbury is a professor with cleveland state university and an expert in social med cafeteria and apps and the internet. >> parental involvement with med cafeteria activity would be involved. and engrained. >> reporter: she's also a parent. >> my seven-year-old, we >> reporter: i came to dr. stansbury to ask what new technology is out there? and our first topic. apps that are hidden vault ises. and i found this one, calulator plus. it has nothing to do with being a calulator. you need a pass word and from there access to it files.
there is something going on that my child doesn't want me to be aware of. it is natural to want privacy. but to go to the process of hiding something, that's not going to work. >> anchor: next type of app and website is the continued popularity of popular app sites. it started in sites like omeggal. look at what comes up. talk to strangers. the concerning part is as you see here, there is no sign up or e-mail address to register to and no phone number and no way to track back who is posting what. you click and start texing a complete stranger. for a demonstration we used internet version and in a split
a stranger who said she was a 21-year-old woman. in seconds, she was telling us to look up on another anonymous app, kick. there is a pic of her. and she told me she is glad we texted and she's bored. >> it seems innocent enough. >> probably not. and then she directs to a third app to see yet this is head hadding down a different path. >> that is conversation that happens so quickly and what does that say to you? >> it is showing how easy it is to go to site to site. it is not just dangerous sites or apps. but it is not one location. it is your phone and computer and web in general facilitates a lot of interactions and a lot of
not. >> reporter: parents need to have a working relationship with their kids and the types of med cafeteria they are using before you hand them a phone for the first time. >> it is a conduit to a massive amount of people. and just as you would not send your kid to a crowded auditorium and not monitor them, you can't do that with your phone either. >> reporter: there are two t parental control apps. >> parental control related to it making things knots available or you can have apps that you can have the phone shut off for a certain amount of time. >> reporter: and then nanny control apps. >> if it a child down loads you get a ping or alert.
phone or technology with your child. >> reporter: bottom line, app and kids are getting smarter and parents have to keep up. omeggal tries to do their part. if you scroll to the bottom of it. if you are under 13 you shouldn't use it. and small print. they talk about parental control device you can find on line and buy and give you a get those. bottom line, protect your kids. getting answers in the answer center. dan rose. become to you. >> anchor: can't be too careful. we have a link inside of dan's story that shows you the best parental control software that you can buy to help monitor what your child can do on line. >> meteorologist: a nice night
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sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i
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fbi investigation in hillary clinton's e-mails will not be over before the voters head to the polls. today at kent state mrs. asked why it is brought up again just days before the election. >> a lot of you may be asking what the new e-mail story is about and why in the world the fbi would decide to jump into an election with no evidence of wrongdoing with just days to go. that is a good question. >> anchor: hillary's top aide huma abedin is off of the campaign trial because of her
she is the estranged wife of anthony weiner. the fbi has contacted abedin to review the e-mails. >> donald trump took the stage in grand rapids where she is asking how hillary clinton can continue to run? >> how can hillary manage the country when she can't manage her e-mails. >> anchor: trump is hoping to cash in and win over the republican will visit traditional blue states, pennsylvania and wisconsin later this week. >> the makers of epipin will have a new competitor next year. a pharmaceutical company will reintroduce a cam pack device to help people suffering from an allergic reaction. it was recalled because of fores of not an acreage dosage.
affordable option compared to the $600 epipins that is available. >> doctors recent he tested a daily patch that slowly helps the person's allergy to nuts. >> terrifying story no parent wants to hear from a mamsaid the special needs son was attacked by a teacher aide. the 12-year-old and another student was arguing. the aide told him to leave the classroom. and he refused. and that's when the school worker allegedly attacked. >> she grabbed him by the neck and threw him by the locker. and threw him down to the ground
>> reporter: well, mom said the son fought back after being taken down. she filed a police report and wants the worker fired immediately. the school is investigating the game. a new mitt study suggests that uber and lift riders are discriminating drivers on gender and race. boston riders are twice as likely to cancel passengers with black names. black passengers waited longer for rides and women passengers were taken on longer and more expensive rides. >> anchor: good news, we may live longer and have facebook to thank for it. they are 12 percent more likely to live longer than people who are not on facebook and instagram.
connected to your friends and feeling loved. you guys know i love my facebook friendlieds. there is so many nice people on there. >> every once in a while you get the haters. delete or don't respond. >> meteorologist: i love the hate stuff and respond. >> anchor: you are mr. loveable. >> meteorologist: i will not get much hate comments. it is similar to what we saw saturday. where all of the sudden, we saw the big warm up and that's what we have coming in play here tomorrow. high cloud cover out there right now and a strong push of warm air. it was a hot day in a big part of the country. several record highs broken.
we are at 47 and buffalo at 38. and we are in the 50s and 60s out west. watch the warm up. and so here's 8:00 a.m. and 40s in the eastern counties and 50 or better in clef land. and by 11:00 a.m. we'll be in the 60s here, guys. and 2:00 and 5:00. and mid-70s. and with 75 for the high and it progressive field tomorrow night. and even on wednesday, it could be be a degree warmer than tomorrow. and then the front is coming through later wednesday night. and so if there is a game seven, i don't think it is going to happen, it is looking dry wednesday evening and going into thursday, rain and wind and falling temperatures on thursday and here we see friday drying
the next alert at 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. wednesday night and thursday. rain likely and wet travel and thursday morning commute and wind gusts at 30. and that is the only one we have coming up. we'll be rising in temperature. and 53 in 7 o'clock a.m. and 52 in canton area. and 55 at 8:00 a.m. near sen and 11. and in the 70s, 2:00 and 5:00 in the afternoon, fantastic. and we only drop down to 57 for a low tomorrow night. and wednesday, a spotty morning shower there. and otherwise, a mixed sky 76. and later wednesday night and thursday.
up on thursday. and friday, ashes apparently 54. and lots of sunshine on 60 and mostly suny and 55. and it is eastern standard time this weekend. don't forget to change the clocks back before you go to bed. >> thank you, jeff. and tomorrow, butterball opens up the health line for people who turkey. the help line is open 24 hours a day and a real person. romona will text you back a answer. how long sdo does it take to thaw out a turkey. >> a professor is earning high praise for what she did for one
sarah thompson gave birth to her first child. jose ryan told her to bring her son to class any time if she needed. she snapped the picture of her professor holding the little one while teaching. >> that will keep your attention, right. >> board of trusteys gets your way. you will pay more for the buck eye tickets. 5 or $10. and season ticket holders will pay 13 percent more. prices for student ticketses are going to remain unchanged for next year. >> some fans are worried that the indians blew their chance for a title by losing last night. others say relax and things are
will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who frightens our allies and emboldens our enemies? the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them? a steady hand? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families, our children are looking to us. what example will we set?
what kind of country will we be? hillary clinton, because we're stronger together.
>> anchor: it is the calm before the storm and judging by indian's confidence they are terrified or spooked out by gophses of past cleveland failures. they are ready to make history. and they are out in progressive field where a champion will be determined tomorrow night or on wednesday. cubs sent it back to with a win with. and for jason kit nis. you feel the prec.
it is a tough series. and we put ourselves in a fantastic position and having a chance to win. we can only get better. and we are improving on that. and tom is our stopper and it will be a fun gain and it will be a tough initiative>> anchor: get it down. not much going right for the winless browns. they can't seem to stop anyone and help is on the way. and maybe the new browns can spell. and they are trading a third round big for pro bowl patriot's line backer. jamie. he is looking for 114 million
the space. he thinks he can help big time. >> i think he is a tremendous pass rusher and can play linebacker. he has a versatile skill set. he's done both in new england. and we'll find ways to plug him in and have him be a contributing member to our defense. again, we know what he is and brings to the table. and i don't think we wouldav opportunity to move forward with him. >> and that is big- time this sunday. there were so few of us in the stadium.
>> anchor: thousands of kids walked the streets in northeast ohio hoping to get tons of candy. >> anchor: you probably saw the goodies and a lot of the same kind. we are getting the best answers tonight. and topping the list was rees's peanut butter cups and snicker and m& ms. >> i had to walk >> go away. >> meteorologist: tomorrow fantastic day. you can't say enough about the temps. 55 at 8:00 x. near cent at 11:00. and 74 at 2:00 in the afternoon. 76 on wednesday. >> thanks for joining us.
robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life.
but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton:
? >> i think it's probably going to be her or donald trump. >> i wish they could just get along. >> donald trump. hillary clinton is a liar. a big liar. >> the inside of my eye patch smells like hot dogs. >> history, first woman president. >> when will this be over. donald trump is always shouting. >> what's going to happen? i don't know. obviously, hillary is steeped