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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. 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.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> we choose to believe in a hopeful, inclusive, bighearted america. an america where everyone has a place, everyone is everyone has the chance to live up to their own god-given potential. >> we are going to take back the white house. we are going to deliver historic once in a lifetime change. hillary clinton and donald trump make their final arguments to the american people by this time tomorrow, both will be eagerly
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>> but election day 2016 begin. >> we begin tonight with fox 8 melissa reed. she is life outside the board of elections with a look at early voting today and what we can expect tomorrow. >> chayse, early voting and coyote county was down from the last presidential election. now with that said, if you have not cast your vote, early, you can expect long lines during elections tomorrow. >> it is the calm before the storm at the cuyahoga county board of elections monday night a moment of reprieve for poll workers on election day eve. >> probably about a half hour just to find somewhere to park. earlier in the day, thousands waited in long lines to cast their votes. early voting creating traffic
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outside of the board of elections building later monday night. >> this is a tight tight race. that's a discourage people from not really wanting to vote. i think this is very smart. for those who registered for early voting and have until 7:3o come here to this pallet drop box and drop their ballots offered. >> as we more than 38,000 people have cast their ballots in person. despite the light lines, as people are voting early. just over came in and voted early in 2008. >> and take my whole family, kids and all to the election site to vote tomorrow. in the meantime security will be
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they will be on alert patrolling placings for any unruly people. >> revising its important to express ourselves through voting. a lot of people are saying they don't know the purpose of voting and it might not come anyway, but at least you know you wanted your nice hurt. >> election day turnout is expected to be about 67 percent. a gambling places in how they county are open until 7:30 p.m. bill and tracy, the board of elections cannot remind people enough to bring a valid id when you go to vote. both hillary clinton and donald trump are sprinting for the finish line. hoping to shore up support and arlene magglio is on the story
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candidates on the eve of the election. >> zero rest. his close enough that they're leaving nothing to chance. trump is visiting five states today, for they won't be done until about midnight, both touching and key campaign themes. tonight in philadelphia. >> there is a clear choice in this election. a country that works for everyone or only those at the top. loose cannon that could put everything at risk. >> we deserve a leader who sees our diversity not as a threat, but as a blessing. a leader who sees the not as
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working folks doing the best we can with what we've got. >> clinton brought out some heavy hitters to the music world. but also featured president obama, michelle obama, of course, president bill clinton, chelsea clinton as well. pennsylvania one of the key battleground states of the election. perhaps the most important state of rally in new hampshire, that's another key state. without that, trams pass to victory becomes very very narrow. the term team isn't new hampshire tonight for a massive rally his entire family there along with key players from his campaign team. the patriots quarterback at he read a letter from head coach bill belichick. >> you're brief to be the
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your leadership is amazing. i have always had tremendous respect for year, the toughness and perseverance that you have displayed over the past year is remarkable. hopefully tomorrow's election best wishes for great results tomorrow >> tonight campaigning is far from over for both candidates heading to another pair of just before midnight in raleigh, north carolina. a bit of an ex-president of the united states. >> just hours away. we will be here. historic election has you
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in other news tonight. they conduct a routine traffic stop. tonight to departments working together to search for suspects or keep kevin freeman joins us live with all the details. they were not hurt, but they're working with cleveland police to figure out who shot at them and why. >> about 1:20 a.m. monday morning, cleveland police to brett and all police officers. they were conducting a traffic stop on interstate 90 westbound on the exit ramp to martin luther king boulevard when someone on a truck fired about ten shot at them. >> i considered consider to be a
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here, i would be surprised and really worried. people live in and visit retinol say they are concerned that something like this would happen. >> we work at the hospital and we do see gunshot victims coming in through the hospital, pretty awesome. i don't think it's good that it's going on. >> cleveland police say the with tinted windows traveling westbound. >> i think that there is some ideas thought or mentality that police are looked down upon right now by people around here. i think it's kerry scary for everyone involved. anyone who may have information about that shooting call cleveland or brett nonpolice. thankfully they are okay. a very disturbing case.
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is exclusive video of the cleveland police cruiser set on fire. and happen early saturday morning. the sun car was parked outside the first district police station. thirty minutes earlier the respondent to another car set on fire almost 100 30th and the rain. the owner of the dealership tells the cars destroyed and he would like to find out who is responsible. >> it's hard to make a living these days. we took a big loss, that car is about 10,000 miles. please do not know if the two incidents are related. they are reviewing security video from nearby businesses and ask anyone with information to call police is soon as possible. >> new at 10:00 p.m., a 20 -year-old man from columbus, arrested today accused of trying to join isis. aaron daniel facing charges of attempting to provide support to a foreign terror organization. daniels was arrested as he tried to board a flight from columbus
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his ultimate destination was libya. daniels and $250 to an ice is operative in january and expressed his commitment to violent jihad. >> i can state football player facing serious charges tonight, charges that have them and spend it indefinitely. >> reno police arrested senior made holy. he's not charge of her degree felony kidnapping. t now. muzzin rain this afternoon and will be in court again this thursday. today he posted a $50,000 bond and was released for documents say he was ordered to have no contest with the victim and to report to a halfway house holy is a two-time first on that
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once again, meet holly, they can state for all start arrested and charged with. >> local girl scout troop planting and a lasting memorial today honoring a police officer killed in the line of duty. authorities say he was conducting a routine traffic stop interstate. and took a trip to the holden arboretum. to complete the beds a mock me they wanted to do something to honor the fallen officer. >> trooper fellas was killed in the line of duty a couple of days before we went out to the arboretum and when we asked a girl where they wanted to plant
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troopers in lorain county were thrilled when the girl scouts wanted to honor his memory and his many years of service. >> still to come, he's participated in close to 100 exorcisms and now he has a target on his back. >> for the first couple of years
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spectacular night. temperatures are still pretty decent as well on this monday evening. with the sun setting at 4:30 p.m. or something.
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in voting. >> boating, or even early afternoon. eventually those clouds will start to get productive. the later you wait, especially in the afternoon, let me show you what we've got going on in the satellite. things are pretty quiet here. in fact, for stargazing. obviously there's something going on to the last. that is the line of showers with the cold front that extend through ginda although he done to the the gulf coast of texas. the near showers to us, burlington, iowa. this friend is moving in and as we go through the day from tonight to tomorrow and put the
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friend moving in, it will put us at least in the chance category increasingly so as we go into the afternoon hours. what a day today. seventy-two is a little bit of a operation if you will. that is still plenty warm, but it's been happening a lot this reason, but that's okay nobody is complaining. forty-five tonight. a first-quarter moon. then the clouds increase tomorrow afternoon showers will begin arriving first and the less moving to the evening. dixie street and then it will fall down. the first of two called him. the first one will be notable and certainly the second one really make your eyebrows go up a little bit by the time we get
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celebrating the one, the only, dick god or berthold will begin his countdown to the final forecast what viewers can look forward to over the next few weeks as he paid tribute to remarkable career. ted strickland. love this man. he's the son of a steelworker. he's the first in his family to go to college. he's a minister and a public servant. so when he was in congress, he fought to pass the children's health insurance program.
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by the time he left ohio was the fifth fastest-growing economy in america. ted delivered, and when it mattered most he had your back.
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. 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.
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uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. in just a few weeks, we will all witnessed the final forecast from our very good friend and yours, dick daughter. part of the fox 8 family, we wanted to pay tribute to the most beloved weatherman in northeast ohio. wayne dawson shows us what we can look forward to. >> when you been working in your profession for more than 50 years, you're bound to have an impact not only on the people you work with, but on the community as well. for the next month we will share another of stories about mr. goddard remarkable life and
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>> i'm just so lucky. people have been so good to me. for more than 50 years, dick goddard has been the meteorologist northeast ohio trust with their forecast. and, to be the voice of animals in need. you can't do enough for the ones i cannot speak for themselves. >> to most of us, he's much more than that. and now, after all of those mister goddard to finally step back into begin a new chapter. >> for 55 euros at then the weather and i'm going to keep doing it as we go into november. at that. were getting into total animal welfare. to talk about all of his accomplishments of the impossible, for the next couple of weeks every day as we countdown to his final forecast, we will be highlighting some of his many talents and
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the fact that mr. g became a weatherman is amazing. his major in college was graphic design and when he graduated, disney even offered him a job. >> i had my bachelor of fine arts since cartoons to disney in california. i got a very verbal very favorable response the same week i had an offer to try tv, channel three, ky week contract. for decades, takes advocacy for animals has been second to none. what he's done for the 4-foot as he likes to say it is truly inspiring. >> we have some wonderful animals as always. >> in 2016, he was a major component of making house bill 60 and new law in ohio making it a fifth degree felony to abuse animals. yes, dick can be very serious, but he has a lighter side as
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much was being a part of the big chuck and little john chow. you're going in reverse, what have you done? we've given them an iq below zero? over the years he's had his share of endearing moment outside of the big chuck and little john cho. yes, we will even be highlighting some of those. >> i had worse than that. cold air mass. >> and must we forget his 24 years of woollybear. >> happy woollybear day. >> what started out as a small pta fundraiser has become ohio's largest one-day festival attracting more than 100,000 people. >> the fact that it's grown so much that people keep showing up over 100,000 people at least year is pretty amazing. >> the man who has brought us so
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forecast. keep watching fox 8 is we countdown to his final forecast with highlights, tributes, and surprises. that countdown to dick goddard final forecast is on board keep watching fox 8 news all month long as we celebrate the life and career of dick goddard. >> still to come here, controversial support suspected serial killer. the sale of murder memorabilia from a man currently behind bars. in-flight entertainment that nobody saw coming. how in airline dealt with the
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judge pat dewine.
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and is rated an "excellent" judge. judge pat dewine. he interprets the law as written and doesn't legislate from the bench. judge pat dewine. he'll ensure justice for everyone and remain true to the constitution. judge pat dewine. honest. fair. impartial. endorsed by firefighters, police and leading ohio groups. judge pat dewine
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>> makings of a murderer tonight there is controversy over a decision by the so-called member monitor ilha website. there is some things >> 911, what is the address of
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>> who objected you? sean great. where is he who? >> in the bedroom. please survey. it was a chilling phone call and september that led authorities to the doorstep of 40 -year-old shawn great and launched an investigation that revealed yet allegedly killed at least five women and ashland and mansfield. as great kids and the anderson county jail awaiting trial. a website called silverio gillers inc. has placed items they claim word him up for sale. authorities believe he send the items before a judge issued a gag order in the case that restricted his outside communication. those familiar with his crimes are horrified. >> it's very disrespectful to the victims and the families of the victims you know that people are that interested in the sky to give him fame and make money off of what he did it's really disgusting. >> i've been alone with him a
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apartment so i did not know he was like this. i was kind of shocked. >> jermaine brown was an acquaintance and says she considers herself lucky to be a lie. brown says she is disturbed by great and the operators of the murder memorabilia website are trying to profit from his crimes. >> i think it's stupid. he doesn't need to do nothing like that he's a serial killer. ohio said of sandlot prevents convicted felon from profiting from the notoriety of the crimes. in this case is but has not yet been convicted. those who object to the sale of his drawings and letters a those who would pay for some items are as much to blame is those who peddle them on the web. the i try not to judge other people, but i don't understand it at all. to me, to celebrate people that willfully take other peoples lives, needlessly, it doesn't
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>> he killed all these innocent women that didn't need to be dead. they should be living their life fully so he needs to be where he's at. to me, he should go to hell for what he did to these innocent young women. >> a man in custody tonight after holding police at bay in the standoff four hours this morning about 2:00 a.m. lorraine police chased a man wanted in connection to a shooting and an assault drove down a dead-end street, he was armed with a handgun, refuse to get out of the vehicle, so please just waited him out. the suspect finally surrendered about 9:00 a.m. taken back to the ring to be charged for its local authorities asking for your help solving add to your long mystery they want to help identify this man found in lake erie back in 2014. investigators estimate he's in his mid- 40s to late 50s. if you can help in anyway give the medical examiners office
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former deep-sea treasure hunter thinking memory problems intentionally falling authorities over missing coins are from an 1857 shipwreck tommy thompson has been held in contempt of court since december when he refused to say where the coins work, which was part of a plea deal. >> a battle against evil that's turned very personal. >> my father woke up at the top of the steps and hard enough that he never touched the steps. >> part 2 of our look inside exorcisms, one man's story of staring demons right in the face. >> falling temperatures in the extended forecast. andr? will show us just how low
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the countdown to dig out his
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we get to the end of the eight day, i'll just keep quiet. sunset at 5:15 p.m. now we will continue. if you notice there's a little dots below the moon and actually mars, so you can see mars late in the evening. it will be further away from the the cloud cover, from the system will stop to spread in. might have a pretty sunrise, i'll have to wait and see for that. for the time being, skies are clear. we have really quite a contrast in temperature.
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streetsboro and gordon park just east of cleveland. forty-four newberry. strongsville. by the time you get it was a limit of 42 and we have a huge spread, that 45 is kind of in the middle kind of keeps everybody in the middle of the umbrella, but we're going to see temperatures in the 30s if you
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saturday high temperature, only 42. we're going to quickly recover sunday, monday, tuesday, back to minimum. just one day really rock them,
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she says that she was horrified to find mold inside the juice boxes for she said one juice box had an expiration date the same day as her child brought it home, the other expired last month. take one people, let them know. you need to at least have your kids look at your drink. they could kill somebody. they could kill a child. i know that >> the company behind the jews says the sell by date is a reliable indicator. my cabana that advertises desperate need for a kidney. he was diagnosed with kidney
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finding his own living donor would be quicker than waiting for a cadaver kidney. >> tailgated gating scenario and a young crowd and alcohol. he remains optimistic tonight. there are about 100,000 people in the u.s. alone waiting for a kidney transplant. judge pat dewine. he has decades of legal experience and is rated an "excellent" judge. judge pat dewine. he interprets the law as written and doesn't legislate from the bench. judge pat dewine. he'll ensure justice for everyone and remain true to the constitution.
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honest. fair. impartial. endorsed by firefighters, police and leading ohio groups. judge pat dewine
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me."
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donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. it could be disturbing to some. if you thought your job heart of steel city is a man of true metal with a career that
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a spike in malicious manifestations over 100 solemn exorcisms. they won't take revenge on anything close to you that you love. a foreboding warning that came to fruition once they won the fomite.
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hard enough and never touch the stairs and broke his neck. >> fortunately, his dad survived, and with newfound faith. it was a wake-up call for me of like they've really meant that. >> as crazy as it all sounds, adam says starting out in the ministry is a lot like beginning any career. we are on-the-job training is most important and just like everywhere else, there is a lot of interest in the new guy. >> bring preen with a man from madrid and immediately the demon spoke in english fluently with an american accent and said what are you doing here talking to me? and started yelling at me in english.
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>> it is spiritual suicide he says to face them with unrepentant sin >> i've seen a person paralyzed, start breathing, police their minds and be institutionalized. >> that intense. when i'm helping a priest and an exorcism, i feel more at peace with my life, god takes away the
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sometimes he does and who does them out. >> which unlike the movies can take months or even years. the everquest from all face, atheist, agnostic spread the even satanists is at him. >> the demons often say to us, do you believe this one. heavenly support is always nearby says at them as witnessed by the possessed. people of all backgrounds find as they are finally freed. >> their face is transfixed, and
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come tonight, an airline stowaway causes a big scare. premise of a hollow it viewed are coming to life. what it took to deal with the snake on a plane. hugh jackson answers the
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passengers under we're given quite a scare in a scene out of a hollywood theater. shows us snake emerging from the
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luggage compartment. the plane was given priority landing, workers quickly captured the reptile. are any free agent for that matter. coco crisp and marlon byrd as well. napoli and davis were in grea clubhouse. can anybody forget that's he had over 30 home runs this year and he did lose some of that zip at the plate in the postseason. it was a big part of our success this year in talking to mike we
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here too. we know he's going to have a plethora of options out there. hopefully we are one of those options. three members of the indians are finalist for different awards and midgley baseball. the baseball writers association of america making announcements tonight. terry francona is a manager of the year finalist in the american league corey kluber made the final three for the american league cy young award and the ricki tyler the finalist f the year. both francona and have one such honors previously in their careers. we were warned the browns defense would be bad and they were naturally, of course, the subject of job security came up because they were so bad on cowboys rolled all over. before the season the club has given up on average of 30 points a game. they are allowing 421 yards per contest and the opponents of
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>> no, i say that with no question. i don't want to continue to get into those kinds of things that is the last question i will take on any of my staff about their jobs. it's not about that at all. >> the cavaliers are going to visit the white house on thursday. lebron james said he's happy to have his teammates share such a momentous occasion and knows he will get a lot out of that experience. tightly you had an opportunity as a player to visit. back then he made the decision that's now as a more mature man, he regrets. >> i was what, 22?
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take for granted those opportunities so i'm happy 17 years later i'm able to go again. i'm going to teykl advantage of it. >> thank you for being here. >> good night, everyone.
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