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cleveland 19 news sponsored by national carpet mill outlet. ohio's flooring superstore. asking questions and getting answers. cleveland 19 news starts now. >> i feel like i wasted half a year of my life and i don't know where to go from here. >> left in a lour of. students and teachers are left wondering what after three schools close. we alert you to scams all the time. >> denise: this time they are helping so that the money you donate isn't stolen. tiffani stucker -- tucker has more. >> tiffani: the bbb says this scam was tough to spot. the scammers are getting more
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cynthia reece is the executive director of the greater cleveland community shares. an organization that raises money for 40 well known nonprofits. >> ranging from the cleveland animal plow tech tiff -- protective league and smaller groups like policy matters ohio. last year we raised three quarters of a million dollars from the charities. >> tiffani: a recent donation got -- caused >> i was suspicious from the start. there was no information about where this gentleman is coming from. it was a red flag. >> tiffani: she also got suspicious because of the bad grammar. it jogged her memory of several cha you are tees targeted by a phony scam. all enough for her to get in touch with the federal better business bureau. >> this ken mcfarland claims
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of money. >> tiffani: the scammer copied the website of a business in the uk. it is hard to tell the real deal from the fake. >> the real company's website is mcfarlane this is mcfarlane ladder the scammer sends the check and the charity deposits it and then the scammer said he overpaid asking for the money to be wired. are now out thousands of dollars. >> it is heartbreaking. our nonprofits work on a small margin. to have this happen it is a tragedy. >> several of the charities lost at least $10,000. it was created in february and registered in toronto. denise? >> denise: it is awful, tiffani. we are digging deeper so you
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scam. don't trust anything in an unsolicited e-mail. be careful of attachments and don't click on anything in the message. >> romona: police need your help looking for the driver involved in a hit-and-run accident on route 8. it happened near steels corner road. watch as the dump truck clips the car and then the car spins in front of the truck and into a wall. the driver was okay. police. >> denise: this coming thursday ohio's medical marijuana law takes effect. it could be awhile before it is available to buy. christa gnaw kaw is getting answers -- chris tanaka is getting answers on the red tape they have to go through. >> chris: that's right. first thing to know, even though it goes into effect this week do not expect to see dispenseries to be popping
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a prescription because it is not regulated by the fda. that means the state will establish which physician and how many can write the recommendation as well as what conditions the doctors need to be certified. and a board will take petitions from patients who want medical marijuana, but whose conditions are covered under the law. we put a leng on our website -- we put a link on our website for who qualifies >> romona: the head of a task force is looking to declare a public health emergency when it comes to heroin over doses. so far the governor has not responded in the last two and a half weeks alone there were 300 over doses in cincinnati. cleveland 19 news is helping you spot the signs of heroin and opioid abuse. log on to cleveland and
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to help a loved one struggling with addiction. >> denise: closed. that's what itt tech students were told in an e-mail. the for profit school said the federal government stripped them of financial assistance so they had no choice but to close their doors. this news comes after the government started investigating the school for their accounting practices. now students at three northeast ohio campuses are left wondering what comes next. sara goldenburg has more. >> reporter: denise, students are devastated. their plans to go to class and graduate are left in the air. and now they are trying to figure out their options and they are not getting much help. alicia monaco can't believe she is not heading to class at itt tech in strongsville. >> i am in a limbo. i don't know what to do. >> she was taking class since march of last year.
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sacrifices to get her degree. >> i work nights to go to school during the days and live paycheck to paycheck to make ends meet because i cut my hours trying to work as much as i can. 8,000 employees at the for profit school also lost their jobs. alicia said she did her homework before enrolling in >> they were accredited and in business for 50 years. >> reporter: she spent her day trying it figure out what types to take next. >> i got on the phone to call them and they didn't answer. >> the itt tech students can get a copy of the transcript on the school's website. the next problem is will their credits transfer to another school. they couldn't find any nursing programs in the area that will
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devastating. it is putting our whole lives on hold. i had so many plans to not just finish this degree, but to go on for more degrees. >> reporter: some students may qualify for federal loan forgiveness. we found out the school is working with taunts d.a. d.a. students on a case by case basis. more information tomorrow. denise? >> all right, sara. we have answers for at for profit schools. first make sure you have a specific career in mind. for profit schools can offer a quality education, but they are usually in specific fields or trades. second, make sure the school is accredited. if it is not, you won't be able to get federal financial aid. last but not least, do your research. check with the better business bureau and other watchdog organizations to make sure the
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>> romona: polls show trump has a two-point lead over clinton which is a switch from what it showed weeks ago. there was a lead over mrs. clinton. the libertarian candidate had 7% and joel stein had 2%. we are 9 weeks away from the november if you want to vote in the election check on the secretary of state's website to see if you are registered. if you are, you are all set. have moved since you last voted you can change your address to update your registration. or if your name is wrong or if you want to register, you can download a form to fill out and then drop it off at your local board of elections. you must be registered by october 11th to vote in
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>> denise: senate democrats voted down a $1.1 billion bill that would have been used to fight the zika virus. they opposed the measure because it blocks planned parenthood clinics in puerto rico from getting money to fight the virus. florida health officials say there are seven new cases of mosquito to human cases in the miami area. this brings the total of 56 people who have gotten the virus from a mosquito here in the u.s. on thursday the crews will spray controversial pesticides to keep the mosquitoes from transmitting zika. >> romona: a man who egged a home more than 100 times will not beheading to jail. a judge gave him 18 months probation for the incident. the 31-year-old pleaded guilty last week to egging al clemens, junior's home more than 100 times over a 15-month period.
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>> jeff: this is how you know it is muggy out there. 82 degrees right now in downtown cleveland. this is after a high of 94. it is a september heat wave and risk of storms in. there i'll let you know when the best opportunity of the storms will be. that's coming up. >> denise: plus, we're getting answers on things you can do to make sure your baby is safe when you go on a long car trip. the answers straight ahead. >> romona: next, cleveland has be tonight, it may come to a screeching halt. the not so nice list our city is on. that's after the break. >> get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app. powered by the calvetta
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. there's a race going on right now. the world's clean energy super power's either going to be
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from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. >> live from cleveland's news center driven by don toy yow tau in kent this is cleveland 19 news. >> denise: yesterday we told you cleveland was one of the most stressed out cities in america, and tonight we landed near the top of another not so nice list. >> romona: awful. "travel and leisure" magazine said clevelanders are unattractive. harry boomer has more on what you think of this list, mr. handsome harry boomer.
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of angels where they get a little nip and tuck, but we are no slouch when it comes to our good looks. these lovely ladies can't believe what they said about our fair city. how dare they? >> cleveland has among the least attractive people in america. >> we are all smiling and it makes me happy. >> i just got back from downtown. >> overall you think about this idea. >> i think it is misguided and i think it is wrong. >> it is not true. i don't think it is true.
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>> look at me. >> travel and leisure readers rank baltimore maryland as the least attractive city followed by sacramento, california, spokane, washington, charlotte, north carolina, milwaukee, wisconsin and then cleveland ohio. >> everybody has unattractive people. everybody has attractive people. i can't say we are less attractive than any other city. >> reporter: for the record, "travel and leisure" people say they like our including the orchestra and the cleveland museum of art. >> i don't know what prism travel and leisure magazine is looking through of the i have been here two days because have i to keep my head down on my wedding ring because there are some good looking people here. >> reporter: he is right. beauty is in the high of the beholder and d.a. -- in the eye of the beholder and that's true. it is a beautiful city with beautiful people inside and out. look at the person next to you and you will see the proof.
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look at jeff tanchak. >> have they been to the other cities where they are nipped and tucked. where they are phony balognas. >> we come in all shapes and sizes and a lot of beautiful people. it also made a list of the most attractive cities. honolulu topped the list followed by boulder, colorado and scottsdale, arizona kailey in thind was fourth and san diego was ranked fifth. what do you think about the magazine's article? you can let your voice be heard by sounding off on our website and facebook page. >> denise: a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer. doctors have come up with a blood test that can detect the disease before symptoms start. it will be used one day for people at high risk of getting cancer.
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completed before doctors start using it. >> from you planning a road trip with your baby we have the things you should consider in order to keep your little one safe. >> look for items that are crash tested. you don't have anything if you work after being in a crash you want something that is shatter resistant or something that won't booy seen as a pro projectile. that's something to think about. >> keep an eye out seats that are roll over teated. over tested. fill out the registration on-line or by mail. if it is recalled you will know right away. >> sometimes using your credit card at the store or the restaurant is a lot easier than using cash or a check. tonight we are get answers on when you should keep the card in your wallet. first never pay your child's tuition with a credit card. many colleges charge you a processing fee when the tuition is paid with a card.
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much higher than those of a student loan. don't use them to pay your taxes. the irs does authorize third party companies to process the payments, but they come with a 2% fee for doing so. never make a purchase to earn rewards. the most available rewards cost a fraction of the price of what it takes to earn them. >> live from the first alert weather cente your hour by hour forecast. >> don't even think fall weather. don't think september weather here for a little while anyway. we are in july and august. we will be around 90 again tomorrow and just high clouds coming in. look at these storms up here that we have been monitoring. some of the models bring a few storms down.
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tomorrow morning. it will be pretty isolated. 81 at cleveland. akron is 79 and canton is 78. it is a calm night out there. the humidity is oppressive tomorrow. oppressive on thursday. so we're talking about the heat index in the 90s coming up the next couple days. tomorrow night i have a yellow alert for a few storms around. it will be during the day and a little better opportunity tomorrow night. again on thursday afternoon it looks like we have an opportunity for scattered storms. here is tomorrow, spotty stuff around. the temps are back around 90 degrees. not much going on in the evening. right around a 11:00 to 2:00 a.m., some computer models bring storms in. future view is not.
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tomorrow night. a break in the action on thursday. then after 2:00 in the afternoon, scattered storms. that's the best opportunity. 74 is the low. that's how you know it is muggy. a few storms akron canton. 68 your low. tomorrow morning the weather impact is a two and that's because of a small chance of a shower or storm. around we will be around 90. 76 at 8:00 a.m. there you go near 90y 89 and we have waves 1 to 3 feet out there on the lake with the southwest to west wind. a few storms and then thursday
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wave. thursday 91. a break on friday. friday night we could see a wave of rain and storms and then late day saturday and saturday night and that is a much stronger front. 85 on saturday. a few on sunday and only around 70. ramona, back to you. >> a judge has set a june 2017 trial date for bill cosby of the 79-year-old has been charged for sexually philadelphia 12 years ago allegedly. the prosecutors might be able to introduce evidence that the comedian had done this before even though cosby refuses. >> there are more and more cases of dementia in cats and dogs. the pampered lifestyles are
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older you may want to talk to one of them. does your pet aim or wander aimlessly? do they fail to respond to family and friends. >> apple will unveil the ipho d event in san francisco. some of the features include an approved camera and the new colors and the headphone jack. and they will show off their new apple watch as well. >> a first look at the cavalier championship ring. what they look like coming up in sports. >> tomorrow at 6:00 a.m., if you are looking for quick, easy ways to save money on
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answers jievment and the threat of storms returning to
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now, this is the serpentini chevrolet sports report on clove lend -- on cleveland 19 news. >> they are starting to get used to them and maybe even expect them. almost had another one tonight. on the mound. it did not start well. the second inning two on and two out on an 0-2 pitch. gonzalez hit a 3-1 bomb. he never gives up the how homers. a solo shot to right. he pulled him to within two. the rally wheels were turning.
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would allow ramirez to come in and score. it was 4-3 and the tieing run at second. brandon guy yes, sir at the -- guyer at the -- check swing. out. they lose 4-3 like i said it was really just the walks and a bad pitch hit and a bloop double. after that it was trying not to left them score again and give them a chance to come back. we almost did. the city attorney's office will not pursue charges against elliott in a domestic violence incident involving a former girlfriend. they went that way because of
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information elliott was cooperative and they offered photographs to support his case. tony zarrella and the tailgate crew and the post game covered as well in the fifth quarter. he took to snap chat and he put this up. looks like one to me. lots of diamonds. has an lii under the bridge for >> serious bring. do you think we can get one of those? >> romona: maybe they will bring one over so we can just
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donald trump facing new criticism - he appeared to mock a reporter with a disability. "you gotta see this guy. 'uhhhh i don't know what i said, i don't remember.' he's going like 'i don't remember'." "putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. i don't want to sound too much like a chauvinist." "you have to be wealthy in order to be great. i'm sorry to say it." "he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured."
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we all know what donald trump has said about women... so how can rob portman still support him? maybe it's because they agree on so much. like overturning roe v. wade... and defunding planned parenthood. and opposing equal pay for women. ted strickland respects the rights of women to make their own decisions. rob portman has endorsed a man for president who doesn't respect women at all.
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>> romona: some of us have bad
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>> denise: i'll say. it started friday night near memphis. they say he was shooting at people. the man said they were hiding behind his home. after he was arrested and taken home he came with a backhoe and started knocking down the house. now mcclef lend is facing -- mccleland is facing charges. they are now awaiting a court date. >> romona: obviously they are not afraid to go to jail. >> jeff: 76 at 8:00 a.m. and 84 at 11:00. we will be around 90. a small chance of a storm, but get ready. the heat is still on. >> denise: thanks for joining us. cleveland 19 will be back
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>> hey, you're on in about 10 minute. hey, did you see that new study about dog s. >> stephen: oh, yeah. >> they can actually understand human language. >> stephen: i don't buy it. i've got a dog and i like my dog but my dog does not understand anything other than the sound of fool hitting the bowl a other people's butts smell like. >> it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight, stephen welcomes harry connick jr. ava duvernay and musical guest grouplove. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, from the ed sullivan


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