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>> tia: and we start out with breaking news this noon about a standoff we reported on all morning long. rocky river police took the man into custody without incident. investigators say the man shot another man at around 1:30 this morning in police on a chase to rocky river. he got his car stuck in the mud behind a home on colahan drive but refused to get out. the shooting victim is now recovering at the hospital. >> brian: all right, and we have more breaking news to tell you about. radio personality j.g. spooner plead guilty to theft and money laundering charges. spooner was indicted earlier this month for stealing from a go fund me account for a woman who had cystic fibrosis. police say the former 92.3 the
$7,000 into his personal account from the go fund me account. spooner will be sentenced next month. >> tia: in other big news to report today, we are just one day away from the election. >> brian: one day. that means if you don't want to stand in line tomorrow, you are going to head down to the board of elections, stand in line there for the next couple hours. the lines are already stretched around the cuyahoga county board of elections this morning. early voting ends at 2:00 this afternoon. so, if you don't get to cast your bal b going to have to wait until the polls open tomorrow morning at 6:30. now, if you are mailing your absentee ballot, it must be post marked today. so, you must mail it today. if you don't mail the ballot, you can still drop it off tomorrow but only at your county's board of elections, not a polling place. >> tia: with just one day to go before americans head to the polls, the presidential candidates are making their final race through the country. by tomorrow, the two campaigns
results. jamie is getting answers on the candidates' last day to campaign. >> reporter: it is the final day of campaigning and hillary clinton is bringing out some big names. >> we are on a good track. >> the president and first lady will join clinton and her family in philadelphia today. donald trump will hold a rally in scranton as pennsylvania remains in the campaign crosshairs. the dow surged more than 200 points at the opening bell this morning, following f.b.i. director james announcement to congress on sunday that the bureau will not recommend charges related to clinton's use of a private e-mail server after its review of newly discovered e-mails. >> we are grateful that this matter is resolved now. we found it very puzzling as you know when director comey first brought this up a week ago. >> donald trump raged against the f.b.i.'s decision. >> with what's happening with our justice, our country is a laughingstock all over the
>> reporter: the republican nominee plans to visit five critical states today beginning in florida where the latest cbs news battleground tracker poll shows the candidates in a dead heat. each with 45% of the vote. trump plans to continue his sprint through the battleground states even as voters are showing up to the polls on tuesday. then both candidates will be back here in new york at their head quarters as the results roll in. overall, the general election matchup nationally shows clinton with a four-point 41% for trump. >> tia: well it's not just the presidential candidates on a breakneck schedule. the v.p. candidates are also criss-crossing the country. >> brian: need a ride to the polls? zip car is offering free access. on election night, you can sign up on their website or use their app. the car-sharing company says it wants to encourage people to cast their votes.
tell voters where their polling place is located. if you use uber for the first time tomorrow, you will get a $20 discount. lyft is giving a 45% discount on rides in some cities. >> tia: there will be added security at polls tomorrow. cuyahoga county has more than 6,000 trained election workers ready to help you and will also be looking for anyone who tries to intimidate you to vote for a particular candidate. no self-appointed observers will voters inside or outside of polling locations. there's a perimeter outside each location that will be strictly enforced. all police departments will be patrolling and the sheriff's department will be out in force working to ensure the safety of all voters. >> well, if you bring your "i voted" sticker to a krispy kreme, you can get a free donut. any flavor included limited
pumpkin spiced donuts and new york cheese cake. well the first female u.s. attorney general has died. janet reno's god daughter says the 78-year-old trail blazer passed away today from complications of parkinson's disease. >> reporter: janet reno was the first woman in u.s. history to become the government's top lawyer. >> i, janet reno do solemnly swear -- the branch davidian religious sect was in a standoff with the f.b.i. reno ordered agents to storm the property saying she believed children were being abused . and about 80 people died in that raid. reno took full responsibility. >> i approved the plan and i'm responsible for it. >> reno also drew fire for he's handling of the case of elian gonzales. he had been living with
ordered federal agents so storm the house. the child was sent back to cuba to live with his father. the cuban american community was enraged. that case and the fallout from waco haunted reno for years but she was also recognized for enforcing civil rights and her efforts to regulate violence on tv. reno had been at the justice department for just two years when she noticed her hand shaking and was diagnosed with parkinson's disease. never married, she retired to her modest family home n everglades and declared herself a private citizen. public life had brought dark times but looking back she described her career in politics as an activity of joy. >> brian: reno was diagnosed with park kin son's in 1995. she spent her final days at her florida home surrounded by family and friends. coming up, we are getting new answers for treatment for a parkinson's patients to help
>> tia: also coming up at noon, we have the latest movement in the louisville teachers' strike. >> and we are looking at resume mistakes, asking the expert what is three things hiring managers are checking for on your resume. >> plus we have the black friday deals before they hit your newspaper so you can start
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saturday morning. the suspect is about 5'8 to 5'10. he walked away. no getaway car or anything like that around 10:30 in the morning saturday. if you recognize this guy, please call elyria police. massillon and beach city police getting an unusually large number of people reporting car break-ins over the weekend. these grainy surveillance pictures may be the suspects. if you know anything about this, the car break-ins or can recognize anything from these pictures, please call massillon police. >> tia: a traffic alert for independence. a water main break on brecksville road just south of rockside has two to three lanes of the northbound traffic on brecksville road completely shut down and it looks like it's going to be that way all week. you can get around it by taking east pleasant valley road to hillside road or chestnut if you are heading southbound on brecksville road it should be smooth sailing. louisville teachers remain on strike this noon. the strike began nearly a week ago. the education association
reached out late sunday to the board to continue negotiations. the board has not yet responded. the teachers have been working without a contract since june 30. >> brian: straight ahead on cleveland 19 news, we are getting answers that could help you land a job and it starts with a stellar resume. we are asking questions, getting answers about the biggest mistakes you can make on your resume. >> samantha: you want to stay tuned for that one. time now 11 after 12:00. this is what we are looking at weatherwise as you head out to 64. my goodness. it feels like spring out there. not a cloud in the sky. it's wonderful. but a little rain is possible by election day. we will talk about it coming up
let's face it. it's not always easy to land a job. applicants are often up against hundreds of people which is why having a standout resume is more important than ever. >> that's true. kenneth craig has more information on what recruiters
are looking for and the critical mistakes some job applicants are making. >> my name is dawn. nice to meet you. >> dawn marie warner knows how important that resume can be which is why she brought a stack of them to this new york city job fair hoping to stand out in
how difficult is it? >> um, it's very difficult, because the field is, everything is to competitive. >> reporter: a recent survey from career builder found 43% of hiring managers spend less than a minute looking at a resume. that's why job coach christine mensa says it's critical to get right to the point. >> so you have to grab their attention very quickly. you know, you cannot have a long paragraph, a longest say. bullet points to the point. powerful action verbs. >> in the sy, managers also reported finding lies on resumes. and they also spotted plenty of mistakes which can kill an applicant's chances. >> what i do -- >> xavier brown learned that the hard way. >> on one of my resumes, i had a question mark next to my skills so it makes it look like oh, he's compassionate? >> this time around his resumes are typo free.
employer's eye and leads to a new job. >> brian: all right, if you are looking for a deal on electronics, toys or kitchen items t's your time of the year. the biggest shopping day of the year is less than three weeks away and retailers are already counting on you cashing in on the deals. laura demaria spent the morning checking out some of the ads that have already been released and is getting you answers on the best deals of the season. >> laura: two and a half weeks to thanksgiving also means two and a halfks the holiday shopping season. but black friday ads, they are already being released. i have two of them up that i'm really hunting for deals on for you. this first one, j.c. penny, i'm on page 3. check this out at the top. $10 deals on things like toasters, a belgian waffle maker, we have a fryer on here. looking for an even bet deal? how about this.
we always need those. fast forwarding to page 6, check out the top of this page. big yellow in a circle, we are talking luggage, $40. this is at this point beingly $180 to $220. that is a huge huge steal on that. page 18 as i fast forward here, this is a 72-page circular, mind you. page 18 has a nice deal at the very top of the page. $189.99 for this diamond ear ring set. it it's $189 that's nll so that is definitely a deal there. now we will go over to kohl's. this is the kohl's page. page 2, you will see a lot of tv ads everywhere this year. it's a trend everywhere. the prices are really going down low. but i wanted to fast forward to page 4 on this kohl's ad. because on page 4, i found a steal that i know a lot of kids grown and little kids are going to be looking at and it's this
those are typically very, very expensive. so that's definitely a bargain. and of course, you can't talk black friday without talking about toys. now, toys-r-us, their ad is not quite out, but there are some predictions as to what they are going to have as their deal. so, some of their deals, 40% off of their fisher price deals, barbie and action figures, they are 50% off. and $50 off the px4 and x-box bundles. all of this information is on our page, cleve19 already released here. but we will be releasing so many more, of course, as they become available. >> tia: brian's going to love this. you will soon be able to cut the line at mcdonald's. business insider reports that mickey d.'s is getting ready to launch a feature on its app where you can order ahead of time. mcdonald's has lagged behind many other fast-food chains when
>> samantha: all right. very interesting. time now 19 after. i hope that your monday is off to a great start. it has been beautiful out there. a little cold this morning, but, now we are well into the 60s. we are sitting at 67 in cleveland right now. and i think we will be right around those mid-to-upper 60s through the afternoon. some of you may even hit 70 later this afternoon. probably around 3:00. that will be the warmest part of the day. wall-to-wall sunshine from now until sunset which, today, is at like 5:00. i think it's about 5:15 today that the sun sets. so, of course it is getting earlier and earlier. evening forecast, clear skies, no rain if you have dinner plans or if the kids have a school play or something you are going to tonight, no need for the umbrella. upper 50s at 7:00. dropping to 55 by 9:00 and then about 54 at 11:00. all right.
rain coming back into the equation. i want to take you through futureview and show you that we are dry tomorrow morning. in fact, when you wake up tomorrow morning, you probably will be seeing a ton of sunshine. but clouds will increase through the day. notice my clock here at the top left hand corner of your tv screen. it does show 10:00 in the morning increasing cloud cover. but all the way through midday into the early afternoon hours, we should remain dry. it is 4:00 onward, this i in the afternoon, that rain is possible. probably closer to 5:00 to 7:00. i've stopped the model at 8:00. pretty good chance of rain there. so, if you are really busy in the morning, you don't have time to go vote on your lunch break, maybe you have to vote a little bit later, 6:00 or 7:00, well, you will probably need the umbrella. but i hope and pray that that does not stop you from going out and casting your vote. right? we are so fortunate in this country that we can do that.
that opportunity to vote tomorrow. you just might need the umbrella later in the day. no severe weather, no threatening weather, just nuisance rain in the evening. for tomorrow. so, what happens after election day? we'll have a little rain sticking around tuesday night into wednesday morning. and then it gets chillier. we are near 70 today. but by wednesday, guys, some of us might not even get out of the 40s. it's going to be pretty chilly by the middle of the week. and we get cy weekend. check out veterans' day. friday night, rain possible and it might even mix with a little snow friday night into saturday morning. but, i expect this will be a little low-impact event. it's not going to mess you up on the roads just the first flakes of the season. >> tia: [laughter] what are you doing? >> samantha: yeah what are you doing? >> brian: nothing. >> tia: i think he's reacting to the possible snow. >> samantha: i thought that might be the cause of his
his gyration. >> brian: just having a little fun. [laughter] >> tia: some people feel stressed out, they reach for drink. now we may know why. university of pennsylvania researchers say alcohol fools the brain into thinking it is releasing chemicals that calm us all down. signals in the brain released by stress are similar to those given out after using addictive substances such as alcohol, caffeine, and also drugs. >> brian: earlier during the show we told you of janet real es parkinson's disease. now an f.d.a. approved treatment is giving parkinson's patients hope to be able to lead normal lives again. pretty simple, too. a tube inserted into the small intestine and connected to a pump outside the body can help with the effects of parkinson's disease. it's attached to a cassette with two medications that are continuously delivered for up to 16 hours a day. the doctor says patients using
longer have to worry about taking pills at exactly the right time. >> the pump allows dopamine to be infused in a consistent manner and be absorbed in a consistent manner. so that means that the patient is on all the time. and there's no wearing off. >> brian: this particular patient, up and dancing with his wife a half hour after the procedure. doctors say the side effects of the treatment are just similar to the ones taking oral medications. >> tia: well there's still more to come on cleveland 19 news at noon. it it' going viral. see why this man who is mad about the 1960s thriller about the 1960s thriller decided to make the hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
>> brian: he got creative when he decidedded to announce they were expecting a new baby. the irishman is a big horror film buff and decided to make the parental parody a little creepy. let's hope they don't name their child chucky. >> tia: that would be creepy. no. that was an interesting way to say i'm having a baby. >> brian: what did he do? tweet it out input it on facebook? >> tia: probably. that's where it always >> samantha: let's look at the seven-day planning forecast. today, no problems, near 70, please. go outside and enjoy it because as you know we do not get this nice weather all that often in november. right? it should be a lot cooler than this. election day tomorrow we'll have some showers around late in the day. so those of you who vote after 4:00 in the evening probably will see some rain. >> tia: go vote whatever you do. right? thanks so much for joining us. the young and the restless is up
and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face
of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
>> dylan: that was a pretty fun sleepover we had last night, huh? promised i'd be there when you woke up this morning... and who did you see first thing? you saw me. ohh. bud, i hate to say this. i may not be able to promise that again. whatever changes... this will always be true... that i love you more than anything, and i'm so proud of you, and being your dad has been, without a doubt, the greatest privilege of my life. but you know what? nothing's set in stone, and, uh, we still have a chance that we can all be together. >> paul: hey, there! how are my two favorite guys?