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>> romona: jeff is tracking the draff to work and the trek to school. >> jeff: yes, ladies and it is not just the schoolkids that we are dealing with. a lot of people are affected if you are working outside. a buddy of mine is a postal carrier and he said this is some of the worst heat he experienced all summer long. it is very thick out there tonight that yellow alert, we will have more. finally we will get alt relief, but not until friday. 83 in chief lend and akron is 80. sandusky is at 84. it is oppressive out here and it will be that way in the morning. plan on it being humid. temps are in the 70s. i don't think we will see any storms around during the morning drive.
performance of what happens this morning. of course the story will be the heat before the storms get in here. here is a look the a 8:00 a.m. as we fast-forward things, 11:00 in the morning. we are already above 80. i think we will be around 90 degrees tomorrow and that heat index well in the 90s. storms arrive and a few could be severe. i will have details on the yellow alert. back to >> romona: if your child has to go to school tomorrow we are getting answers on things you can do to protect them in the heat. give them a water bottle to take to class. in fact, put in the freezer right now so it is nice and cold tomorrow. pack a hat to protect them from the sun especially if they are walking to and from school and apply sunscreen to
>> denise: and up next, a shooting in the first direct. the gentleman is going to be okay. they were able to arrest a suspect. we are hearing it may be related to a child custody transfer. we will keep you updated on our cleveland 19 news app. the fbi is chanting their search for a man who kidnapped a cleveland girl in may. they tried to take an elyria investigators say he may have fled northeast ohio and now police from detroit to cincinnati to buffalo are on the lookout for the suspect. sara goldenburg talked with the fbi and she is getting answers on where he may be. sara? >> reporter: the fbi is putting out information on billboards in states like michigan, pennsylvania. they need to find the suspect before he kidnaps another
>> i grabbed my gun and went outside and saw it on the house jievment he was describing the cold, snowy night in february when a man grabbed his 10-year-old daughter's legs and tried to pull her as they were sleeping. his daughter got away, but a 6-year-old cleveland girl wasn't so lucky. she was kidnapped and returned in one day. >> this guy needs to be off the streets. if he has done it this many times he will keep doing it. >> that's why broadening their search of the they say he travels to the cleveland area, but they are not sure if he is from here. >> he is a stranger and a predator. he comes into their houses and at night whale they are sleeping and he steals them out of their bed. >> he says he has a zipping walk. this is surveillance video of the suspect walking near west 104th street by the house of the 6-year-old girl police
>> he could be a co-worker. take a look at the photo and look at the video when he is walking. he has a distinctive gait. >> reporter: there may be a social media connection. >> this person is stealing children from their beds. no parent is safe until we catch them. >> reporter: i spoke with the elyria girl who was nearly kidnapped. they are having a hard time sleeping since no one has been caught and it happened months ago. i can tell you there is a $20,000 reward for any information that may lead to an arrest. live in downtown getting anteses, cleveland 19 news. >> denise: thanks, sara. we are following breaking news out of arizona. these are live pictures of phoenix. police say a woman was shot while driving on the highway there, state route 51.
stretcher to a local hospital. state troopers have closed the highway where the shooting happened. we will update you if we get more information in this newscast. >> romona: they are trying to change the state's constitution when it comes to abortions. it calls for a woman to be charged with aggravated murder if she has an abortion. abortion rights advocates call the proposal extreme. she has until monday to validate the paperwork until they can move on. >> denise: we are getting answers for what happens next to the itt tech students. the school says they will release students' transcripts so they can transfer to another school. as for those who were just a few weeks away from graduation, they will be able to finish their class work and receive their degree.
enroll in another program they can apply to have their federal loans discharged. >> romona: rob portman will look into the sky rocketing prices of epipens. mylan has marked up the cost nearly 500% since 2009. the drug's maker has not yet responded to the investigation. >> denise: four teenagerrers who beat up a police officer to escape broke the officer's neck. it happened over the weeke in canton. the suspects were captured, but the victim has a long road to recovery. he spoke to harry boomer about the ordeal. i am lucky to be walking. jay he has to stay as still as humanly possible. >> i can't move my head for
it is broken in two places. if anything would come apart it would cause more injury. >> 10:15 on sunday night they made a break for it and in that process they almost killed ish. the kids are more violent. they have no care level. they don't have a bit of respect for anybody. >> the 19-year frustrated. >> to not have a man down but son is dangerous. >> they don't have doors so the bad boys can get to the correction officer at will. >> you don't have any back up. we are are under staffed and they are begging for help. >> it is horrible to see him
that he will do one wrong move. >> the four escaped from this facility. two were arrested at 11:00 and the other two at about 1:30 cleveland 19. >> romona: doctors offices won't give patients the option of the nasal flu vaccine. the cdc mist is 3% effective. the only option is the shot. everyone six months or older should be jobbing saw nateed by october. >> denise: hate standing in the checkout line at the grocery store? up next we are getting answers so you can buzz right through for a quick exit. >> i have someone in front of
knock my lights out. >> she cleveland's champ. tonight we sit down with miocic before his big fight. >> jeff: let's go to the feazel roof camera here and we are above 80 degrees in downtown cleveland a warm and muggy night. details on that next segment. >> get details and weather on the clevela 1 powered by the floor show.
>> driven by don joseph toyota in kept this is cleveland 19 news. >> romona: it can be frustrating when you head to the grocery store for a few things. it takes forever to get through the checkout line. tonight we are getting answe on how to pick the right line to get out quickly. get behind someone with a full shopping cart. according to mathematicians people with fewer things can take longer president get in line on the left side of the store. most people are right handed and go to the register on the right. try to avoid the lines with the older customers.
avoid the chatty cashiers. they have conversations with each customer. denton i as you -- i always pick the wrong line. >> denise: you get to have your cake and eat it too. try adding vegetables to your baking. swap out the creams for the low fat greek yogurt. sweeten your icing with fruit instead of sugar. the fruit is a much healthier alternative than sugar. >> romona: preparations are underway as they get underway. the fighters for ufc203 were
front of dozens of fans. the headliner for the saturday night event is from right here in cleveland. he was the ufc heavyweight champion in june. >> denise: some say he started the ball rolling. now jen is getting answers for how the champ is preparing for the octagon. >> driven, relentless and fold by a fear competitive nature and primal instinct. >> the new heavyweight champion of the world. >> the reining heavyweight champ is deceptively strong and a force to be reckoned with. and once he is in the octagon
knockout. >> there is just a switch. i don't want him to knock my lights out. it is fight or flight. the whole idea is to hurt the other person. >> he has more than a demanding training schedule on his plate. he is a newlywed and still a working firefighter. >> he may be the baddest man on thela walks in here he is the junior guy. >> his days a long, grueling and pushing him to mental and physical limits. this fellow firefighter feels it is his job to keep him grounded. >> sometimes on calls people recognize him and know who he is. we think it is funny and he thinks it is kind of cool, but we make fun of him the whole time. >> he knows what training can
stipe. >> right now he is in the middle of training camp and he is a miserable human being. he doesn't eat enough and sleep enough and he is getting beat up on a daily basis. >> the fire house crew makes sacrifices for him while he endures camp. he make up the time out of the octagon. at home his wife, ryan, now helps him find balance between work, play and the demands of being the champ. >> there is a lot coming at him s things. sometimes you have to make sure he is able to rest and train and focus on the basics of what is important. >> while they try to take advantage of timely opportunities, they have had to put a few things on hold. >> oh yeah, honeymoon. we have been looking at houses. >> reporter: he is also supported by a team of coaches quollly -- equally dedicated and willing to take a beating from him. he is dangerous in a lot of
determination is a difference maker. >> he is like a large child, a lovable large child. he is a stone cold kill neither this aiming. >> he is in as good shape and fighter than he was in brazil which was an intimidating environment. >> there are 45,000 brazilians chanting i are gonna die when he walked out. >> he knocked out the champ in less than three minutes, silencing the rowdy crowd. >> it was the perfect spot on the chin. right on the button. he went down like a sack of potatoes. >> you plan on it happening and anticipate it happening, it is mind blowing. >> he says he is extremely
ticket holders can expect an exciting fight at the q. in the final weeks he is analyzing every job, punch and kick improving his strategy. >> most people can't go through in three minutes what he goes through every day. most athletes couldn't get through what he d with experience is the realization that there is more to life. >> it is not the only thing on my mind. when i stop caring about that is when i became better. i will walk out with the belt wrapped around my waist and i will be a champion for a longtime. i'm gonna rock this house. >> and still, the undisputed ufc -- >> denise: he is uh --
night at the q. if you can't make it downtown to see it in person it is available on pay per view. >> he is ripped and ready. >> he is an animal. >> would i get in the ring with him she asked. sky for charity. >> i watched rocky three. it wouldn't be for charity. >> if you took a fall and it was a fake right on the button. good luck to him. what a story and what a guy. the cold front, there it is. that will put an end to the oppressive heat and humidity. have i have been saying that word a lot. this will trigger the showers and storms tomorrow afternoon. you can see the waves of rain along this front today. some contained heavy rains and
tomorrow. it is bad. the humidity is thick. tomorrow is the same deal. maybe not quite as hot as today, but hot enough. friday it goes down a little bit. the bigger change for the second half of the weekend. it is kids are heading off to school, late morning and early afternoon we may see a few showers and storms pop up. the main show will come late afternoon and early evening. and this is the actual front that will besi heavy rains and gusty winds and by this time tomorrow night it will be winding down. we have the yellow alert which means not widespread severe. 1:00 to 8:00 is the timing on that. downpours and wind damage are the biggest things we are watching out for that we will be tracking. 10% chance, 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. then all of a sudden it goes up there later on in the afternoon.
drive home tomorrow. that's when we can have showers and storms around. we can slow things down. the low tonight is 77. that's the low tonight. akron-canton your low is 72. hot, humid and windy. storms firing up by the afternoon. up to 84 at 11:00. it will feel more like the afternoon storms for you. boaters, not the best with the storm threat and two to four feet as the wind picks up. there's your break. still moderately humid. 84. then another big front comes through on saturday. 81 and showers and storms with it. there is your change on
fall. that's when the real relief happens. >> romona: after waiting and guessing apple has unveiled the 7 and 7 plus model. there are a few upgrades over the iphone 6. they have improved cameras and they are water resistant. no more putting your phone in a cup of rice to dry it out. the new iphone 7 comes in several new colors. pre orders start september 16th. >> denise: i need the screen not to crack. a super bowl coach easy is the browns may not win a game this season. wait until you hear hue
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where is jaba chamberlain when you need him? playing his part is carlos carasco. he couldn't see and then he didn't want to see when he does this and takes him deep in the fourth. so we are in the hole again and not to worry. he brought the bat and his 31st of the year. just like that they are back up on the tigers by five and a half games. for a team that is not expected to do browns are getting a lot of attention. the odds are they will win it all and 20-1 odds they will go win less. brian billick wants a piece of the second bet. the former coach tweeting, you will dismiss this as billick trashes the browns again. look at the schedule and find a single win. you can't do it. how did hue jackson handle that one? in the greatest way possible.
>> brian billick tweeted today -- >> wow, good for him. i didn't know he worked here. i'm just being honest. nothing to brian, but i think it is really interesting that everybody can comment on other people's teams and they don't even understand the inner workings. great respect for brian. he was a great coach in this league, but we'll see if that's true. we'll see if what he says is true. >> tony: well played. we will get you going with the tailgate on sunday. join us here on cleveland 19. a.m. then they are back with me at 5:00 on the fifth quarter. friday night under the lights. vote for it x cleveland 19.com. the tribe are not the only ones dealing with distractions. andy murray in the near court at the u.s. open.
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