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a lot of spending -- >> just getting started. >> that's what's making news in america this morning in stay with us for "good morning america." have a great tuesday, e . now at 4:30, the battle for the buckeye state. a make-or-break day for our governor. >> why today's primary could help shape the president's race. we have team coverage for you to break down the big day. corrina pysa with big changes and making the primary crucial for campaign. meg shaw with what you need to know and sarah phinney following the make-or-break day for governor kasich. >> and let's go to somara theodore and the forecast. >> we're seeing drying and clearing. we have to give it time.
move through and that since moved into the east where just last scattered showers and let's zoom in here and that is farther into harts grove and parts of geauga and lake county and closer into ravenia and into palmyra and we're seeing light showers. this is a drizzle and will be out of here the next few hours and 50 degrees is what it feels like in menner. 56 in millersburg and that is not feeling bad out there and into the day, we'll see the chances for the evening. and we need to start with a traffic alert and they're out between mayfield and chester and we watched as they blew through the intersections not way stop. cleveland police said the officers are out at the scene and directing traffic.
a couple of construction projects happening. on shaker boulevard and known as state route 87 and that is closed now. a detour on buckeye and east 10 3rd street and resurfacing, the project starting today andique traffic, westbound detour to south and let's go outside and check on the odot cameras right now and we're slick in some spots because of the rain we saw last night and over to you. >> thank you. and breaking overnight, one person shot at a house party in akron and this is before 1:30 this morning. the corner of fernwood and wildwood here. someone drove by and opened fire. eight shell casings were found and more farther down the road. no word on the condition of the shooting victim. also breaking, three police officers hurt in a shootout overnight in chicago. the suspect is dead and police investigating reported drug
a man opening fire on the officers and according to a police spokesperson, one of the officers returned fire killing the suspect. and a woman arrested in connection with the shooting. the three officers were taken to the hospital and are expected to survive. terrence and jackie. >> and the battle for the buckeye state, the governor fighting to stay alive in the presidential race. >> the nation is watching. many say ohio could be the last chance for republicans to stop donald trump and sarah phinney joins us with more on the showdown. >> reporter: good morning, jackie and terrence. the latest poll shows trump and kasich tied. tonight, kasich be -- kasich will be hired to watch the campaign gain momentum or possibly even end. he's been canvassing the state yesterday and he was in north canton with 2012 republican presidential nominee mitt romney. whoever wins ohio will get all 66 delegates. the buckeye state is seen as a
demographics are a good representation of the nation. if victorious, it would be difficult to stop trump from becoming the nominee. kasich hasn't entertained the idea of losing to the bottom air here and calls trump dangerous for america. >> and think of the umams that have been broadcast across this order woke, of the way we're picking a president here. i mean my kids are watching this. your kids, your grandkids are watching what is happening here and they're looking at a scene of people pounding each other and you think they're not using that for propaganda to send a message to people that america's broken? >> and the doors here open at 7 tonight for the watch party. the actual event begins at 8. if you are heading to the polls today, meg shaw has everything you need to know and joins us live from the cuyahoga county board of elections. good morning, meg. >> and good morning, sarah and
expect longer lines because of a 40% of registered voters are expected to participate in today's election and this is what you need to vote. you must be registered in ohio and bring a form of i.d. like a driver's license, utility bill and bank statement. if you requested an absentee ballot, return that to the board of elections offices until 7:30 today. and what about the 17-year- olds? the franklin county judge ruled ohioans who are 17 and will be 18 on election day can vote in today's primary. the same rules to vote apply this 15-year-old must be registered to vote. according to the secretary of state's office, more than 16,000 -- 17-year-olds are registered to vote in ohio. the board of elections tells us that 15% of registered democrats have requested republican ballots for today's
historically high and they say having our governor in this race for president is contributing to that number. and polls open at 6:30 and you have until 7:30 to cast your vote. meg shaw, newschannel 5. >> i. and this is the last stand for governor kasich. also, though, for senator markrubio. florida and ohio are key because winner takes all. 99 delegates up for grabs in florida and 66 here in ohio. whoever wins the prizes gets the whole pot rather than being proportional. if trump loses ohio, he will likely not get the delegates he needs to win the republican nomination. and interesting note here, kasich has a 43% approval rating from ohio democrats. according to a recent poll and some analysts are saying we could see democrats voting for kasich to try and stop trump. jackie. and you're probably wondering who has the best
delegates? the newest polls give clinton and kasich a good shot of winning the state. and clinton beats bernie sanders in both the mop month and quinnipiac university poll. they're tied in the quinnipiac poll and he's ahead in the other. illinois, missouri, north carolina, and florida, another winner-take-all state like ohio. 4:37. we have new information on an illegal immigrant charged in a deadly crime spree and this happened in lake county. juan razo pleaded guilty to 16 counts includeing to murder and kidnapping. last july, he tried to rape a flap year -- 49-year-old girl and -- in the park before arrested during a shootout. and razo will be sentenced next month. and the father two took the five-year-old son and hid their identities for 15 years pleads guilty and an attorney said he
the child had no idea of their fake identities. he threatened to take him away from the mother before. and the fbi started investigating this when college applicationsings revealed -- applications revealed a fake associate security number. 4:38 and still ahead for you, kalamazoo massacre. new information on the shooting suspect and who he is blaming for his deadly rampage. >> and tornados here in the buckeye state. a firsthand look at the damage ahead. >> and quieting down, we're going to see a tranquil day ahead; however, rain and thunderstorms return to the forecast. we'll talk what is in that
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. right now, welcome back, everybody. and you're watching good morning cleveland. a shaky start here and twitters cut through a path through southwest ohio and caught on camera. >> you can see the funnel cloud clearly as it moves behind the trees and another shot shows it's spinning behind a row of houses. a preliminary report said this was an ef-1 tornado with winds at 105 miles per hour. and this is a look at the damage here. you can see it looks like the roof was torn off of this house. the man living there said only the pets were there at the time and they're doing okay. the national weather service will be assessing the damage later this morning and we're seeing 9 rain from that -- the rain from that this morning. >> and we did and this is a look now at the evolution of that rain. it did move through the line of the same thunderstorm that caused that tornado outside of
have a few showers in lake county and ashtabula, very light and moving in and out of here. we want to talk about the fog and touch on the wet weather chances. and into wednesday, they will increase and actually, in fact, the tuesday, we're looking at a low chance of rain and that won't kick off until late today night, 11:00 into the wednesday morning. the chances will go up and there is a slight chance of snow flurries in the forecast for your friday and we're going to talk about that later for now. over to you, jackie. and 4:42 on your tuesday morning and up next, the shocking amount of money you're paying before you find that special somebody. >> and plus, the stunning admission by the nfl. what they're admitting the first time and how it's affecting the future of the game.
soaring as kim jong-un orders tests of nuclear warheads and multiple missile launches. among them, missiles that can re-enter the atmosphere from space but south korea said the north didn't have -- doesn't have that technology yet. this is five days after they test fired two ballistic missiles flying in the face of tough u.n. sanctions. and new video this morning shows the arrest of an uber driver accused in a deadly shooting spree in kalamazoo, michigan. jason dalton was arrested on february 20th, accused of murdering six people n. a newly released police report, he told investigators he was being controlled by the uber app through his cell phone. >> and we this week, congress is did maynd -- demanding answers about who knew what about the flint water crisis and "the associated press" obtained a copy of the testimony. he claimed state experts and federal experts failed him and he believed the report was accurate.
and the damaged train tracks may have caused yesterday's derailment in kansas. the engineers telling investigators he hit the emergency brakes as soon as he saw a significant bend in the track. five cars derailed the train on the way from l.a. to chicago and 32 people were hurt. two are in critical condition still this morning and the ntsb is now investigating. and now to new developments about the streak of violence at donald trump rallies. police in fayetteville, north carolina, said trump won't face charges with a event ended with a protestor being punched in the face. detectives started investigating trump over the weekend and reviewing whether his event was enough to incite a rally. and trump said he never caused violence and that his team has been gentle with those who oppose him. and the speaker of the house is worried about what is going on at trump's campaign rallies. paul ryan did not mention trump by name but said it's time for candidates to take responsibility for the
and that using voter anger for political gain will not fix anything. comments from marco rubio inspired a guy from portland. he started a trump has tiny hands political action committee. the federal election committee said no, no, make a change. the candidate's name was included and not verified and authorized. the group is now called americans against insecure billionaires. billionaires, rather and with tiny hands. pope francis will give final approval to mother theresa for anytime a saint. and -- for becoming a saint. in december, the pope signed off on the second miracle needed for statehood. it was for the unexplained cure of a brazilian man suffering from multiple brain tumors. the pope will give final sainthood approvals to four others. and let's get a check on your forecast this morning with shomarra. >> and -- . >> look at it.
as the, ta bus disappears and light look at the visibility map. it's low and we tend to say the critical point is that quarter of a mile, .25 and we're at .75 and that is still getting me thinking a bit. and that you want to take your time on the roads. cleveland, same goes for you and we see the visibility improve the farther east ahead, mansfield on the low side and you are on the radar this morning at one and a quarter mile there and slick roads out there and some wicked lines and strong thunderstorms out there and pushing through in the wake. we're seeing the wrap around moisture and some light showers falling primarily in ashtabula, lake and geauga county there, harts grove, and shardin, you're waking up to a light drizzle and that is on the way out. by 8:00 a.m., it has this dried
and once they clear out -- cloud coverage. and once they clear out, we should see the sun. in round number three, we're talking about this since monday and we have another round of rain making its way through starting early wednesday morning and sticking around for mainly the entire day and then as we head into the evening, we'll see that taper off and turn into light scattered showers for thursday. the current temperatures, 49 degrees in cleveland and good morning, medina. 54 degrees there and 50 in mansfield and 54 in coshockton and today, a high of 63 degrees and i'm looking at a chance of snow showers friday and sunday overnight as temperatures drop below freezing. >> and. we're incident and accident free. and the orange indicating where we're seeing that and the foggy clouds for you this morning. 71 and 77 and 90 eastbound, whichever way you're heading and that visibility is an issue
fantastic and in fairlawn, state route 18, and you're doing a road surfacing there and light go outside and show you the fog on 77 and this is 71 in the turnpike and over to you. and let's get to a stunning revelation by the nfl and after years of fighting it, the top health and safety officer is acknowledging a link between football and the brain disease cte. the first time anyone admitted to a link between football hits and the head trauma and jeff miller spoke about the link yesterday and doctors say that cte can be detected after death and has been found in several former players, including hall of famer junior seau. and this next story might surprise you. >> the number of kids joining youth football groups is growing faster than any other sport. the new nationwide study finds
started playing flag football last year. tackle football saw 21,000 now players in the same age group. baseball is the only sport that saw a larger increase. and if you have trouble sleeping, you might, we might, we just might have to think for you. >> ding. >> and phillips has a new lightbulb called light ambient. this will let you change the color of temperature from a warm light to a bright clear one. what makes it different is that you can connect it to your app and have, quote, routines that shift the color of the temperature of the bulb as the day progress -- progresses and supposedly leading you to a better sleep. >> and doesn't block the blue light from your phone, though. and dating is not easy. it can be nerve racking and feel like you're on a forced interview. >> especially the first day. this is what is costing you big bucks, too. more than $20,000. >> what?
americans spend over $20,000 on dating before settling down and that is over a span of 5 1/2 years. the average price per person per date, $43.50 and going to dinner, the most popular choice. >> oh, okay. and this is the thing. men spent more than women on the dates and the most on everyone,a, 224 and women, $93. >> and rightfully so. >> yeah. and chivalry is not dead. hallelujah and it's 4:52 on your tuesday morning and we're happy you're here with us. >> and this is what is coming up for us on good morning cleveland. the huge data breach affected thousands this morning. >> and first, the cavs battling the jazz. the player who got sent to the shower early and what he did to get ejected and are they going to kiss? they're not. and let's look at how wall street opens today. >> and there was no love there.
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and highs will reach 61 degrees and we're seeing a lot of cloud coverage from fog out there and this is the good thing. we'll see sunshine breaking out this afternoon. we have rain to talk about later on and for now, kristen, over to you. and a traffic alert for everyone in the cleveland area, euclid avenue dealing with the traffic lights into euclid and
hopefully they'll get a crew out there and look at the fog that we're dealing with in the cleveland area. and akron, you're clear and this is 71 and the turnpike and take a look. it's soup outside and visibility might cause issues. and ohio state and akron face off in the first round of the nit and tonight, the game will be in columbus at value city arena and stipoff at 7:00 p.m. tonight and that is on espn. the winner will play the game between the florida and north florida game. and new overnight for you, the cavs on the west coast taking on the jazz and this got heated. chapping fry getting into an altercation with trey from utah and fry takes a swing at him and booing players, they were ejected from the game and they're getting close there and
and he is not happy with the performance here staying on the court after the game to work on the shots that you see there. and lebron james and his sons continue to show off their athletic jeans. >> and again, the videos of the kingsky kids taking the internet by hit and contributing to the ball and taking it to the hoop. rony is 11; bryce, 8. they were in alabama for a basketball tournament and clearly representing the family name quite well. quite well. >> and who will take over the throne. >> you can have a king and -- [ indiscernible ] you know what i mean? >> no. >> and the title. at 5, fire troubles. a woman lost five of them in just two years. what is causing the blowout. >> and the streets of cleveland taking over. the message they have as the ohio primary is getting
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give us a plan. . good morning to you and now at 5, it's primary day here in ohio and polls open in 90 minutes. >> and we have team coverage this morning. everything you need to know from where and how to vote and what the results will mean for governor kasich and the presidential race. >> and breaking news overnight. a drive by shooting at a house party in akron. the latest details coming into the live desk. >> and first, a live look outside. and it's foggy out there. get a check on the forecast. hey, somara. >> and that is the most critical topic. the fog, in fact, the rain and heavy winds we saw yesterday and this is a look at the visibility map. check out elyria, cleveland and into that critical mark. that well it really changed- from-within the time from me walking to this map and this is when you have issues driving.
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