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>> cleveland 19 news sponsored by national carpet mill outlet. ohio's flooring superstore. asking questions, getting answers, cleveland 19 news starts now. >> i don't know what really happened, but my mom's forehead is bleeding. i don't know what happened. >> call for help. a mom passed out on a bathroom floor from a heroin over dose with a needle next to her. the heartbreaking story is minutes away. >> denise: passer say goodbye to the warm, summery weather. >> romona: it will feel like fall around northeast ohio, but will there be any rain to ruin any of your weekend plans? beth mcloud has the details in her first alert. >> beth: you know what, even tonight you with i will feel the moisture in the air and
an over night temperature of basically into the low 60s. but tomorrow sunshine bursts out after a little cloudy start to our saturday. you may have a lingering sprinkle in the morning time. only 74 on saturday. that's going to feel a lot different than the 89 degrees that most of us saw today. 76 and sunshine coming our way for us on sunday. a gorgeous weekend ahead. a cool start to get you going tomorrow in case you are running to the akron and a downright chilly start on your sunday. sunday has sunshine in the beginning to the end after we reach a high temperature of 76-degree is. still technically above average, but we have a chilly seven days coming up. which day will be the coldest ahead jievment a chilling reminder of gist how bad the heroin epidemic is getting here in northeast ohio. a 10-year-old forced to call 9-1-1 because her mom had over dosed. sara goldenburg is getting
slowly becoming a sad reality. >> reporter: it is heartbreaking to listen to a 10-year-old growing up way too fast a is she tries to save her mom from overdose. we are not naming the mom to protect the children. two young children in mansfield came home pr school and found their mom unresponsive in the bedroom. a 10-year-old girl made a frantic call to 9-1-1. >> i don't know what really happened, but my mom's a needle on the dresser, so i don't know what happened. >> reporter: as she makes the call for help the girl is not only worried if her mom will be okay, but she is worried police will arrest her. >> is it an ambulance and a cop car? >> okay they are coming. >> okay because my mom has a warrant for something and i don't know what. >> reporter: the children's dad is at work and the girl remembered just 10 years old is worried she will get her mom in trouble. >> you said there was a needle
>> yeah, and i -- i just don't want my dad to see it because he would be really upset so i just -- i didn't know what to do so i threw it back there. >> you just leave it alone, okay? >> she stays on the line as the 9-1-1 operator assures her help is on the way. >> i am really scared. >> a neighbor comes over to help and while she is shaken this girl has the fore sight to put the dogs away. so the first responderca it takes several doses of narcan to revive her mom and she is taken to the hospital. she later fled their care and police caught her and charged her with endangering children. it is a sobering reminder of how heroin is taking away too many childhoods. >> they are almost few, okay? >> reporter: another issue in the fight against hair heroin, the price of the drug which reverses over doses has been
five pharmaceutical companies produce it and it costs anywhere from $22 to $287 a dose. they say the prices are going up because of the limited number of producers, but some advocates worry it is because the demand has gone up so much. in mansfield, getting answers, sara goldenburg, cleveland 19 news. >> romona: it is heartbreaking to listen to that child. they are challenging tech wizards to come up with an app friend to find the nearest place to get the drug narcan in case somebody has over dosed. the hope is it will cut down on the over dose deaths in young people. cleveland 19 news is helping you spot the signs of heroin and opioid abuse. click on the your health tab for information to help a loved one struggling with addiction. >> the former girlfriend of
grate said they spoke with her for a third time. marion county sheriff deputies met with her again on wednesday. investigators asked her about the layout of the house that unidentified jane doe was killed in in 2005. they also continue to want to know more about a red car grate used to own. the two dated for five years until she had him arrested for domestic violence. >> romona: we are following breaking news on a fourth night of protests in charlotte. let's take a look at some live pictures there. you can see hundreds of demonstrators are marching in the downtown area. for awhile tonight the protesters blocked a highway holding a sign and calling for justice. the national guard and the local police officers have been making sure that everything remains peaceful, and so far it has. and tonight there is new video
after a charlotte officer shot and killed keith lamont scott. >> denise: the cell phone video was taken by scott's own wife. it is a chilling look at what happened. the video comes out just one day after charlotte police said they will not release dash cam video of the shooting. christa -- chris tanaka is here with a look at the video. >> chris: they can be seen shields behind the s to drop the gun and his wife begs officers no the to shoot. >> don't shoot him. he didn't do anything. >> chris: she says her husband is not armed and he was previously diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. she pleads with keith to drop the weapon and listen to officers. seconds later shots ring out. >> don't you do it. keith! keith! don't you do it! did you shoot him?
>> chris: it is stunning to listen to. scott is seen lying on the ground. the issue is unresolved by the video. when scott exited the vehicle was he holding a firearm? was he threatening officers? that's still to be determined. the video only offers a limited view of what happened. and of course the audio has no explanation why. >> denise: charlotte's police chief believes he was holding witness statements. the dash cam video is not clear enough to prove that. >> romona: a disturbing case of animal cruelty. a woman left three kittens in a hot car with the windows up this afternoon. at saint gabriel church in concord township we warn you that these pictures may be difficult for you to look at. the tabbies were having seizures and foaming at the mouth. thankfully the deputies were able to get the kittens out.
hospital for treatment. a 32-year-old woman has been charged with animal cruelty. >> denise: if you are coming downtown you will not be able to use the inner belt bridge. it is closed until sunday. you will be able to drive on the new bridge in time 230r your morning commute on -- in time for your morning commute on monday. now more on what you need to know. shelby? >> reporter: it is good news. this project is finally nearing its end and the bridge wie eastbound lane of the inner belt bridge sunday at 11:00 a.m. but you do have to have a little inconvenience and until then if you want to come down for a game or to grab a bite to eat because the inner belt bridge is closed until sunday morning. the signs are up and the lanes are paibted. are painted. in less than two days the inner belt bridge will be open. jay on monday morning you will have your two lanes will be on this new bridge. >> reporter: it is a change
2011. costing the state nearly $600 million. they demolished the old bridge to build the new. >> this has been a huge process and they have done a great job keeping the project on schedule and we are excited we will be getting traffic on it. >> before that happens there are more closures. i-90 east and westbound over the inner belt bridge are closed through 11:00 on sunday morning. the closure also affects east 9th street between carnegie and orange. as well as the exit to east 9th street. here is the detour you should take. take 490 to 77 north. that will run you right into downtown. after this opens on sunday morning and you are here as a driver o-dot says the transition to the new bridge will be seemless. >> you better be paying attention. you won't notice you are on the new bridge if you are in
it is going to be a pretty smooth transition to this new bridge. >> the reason is two of the five lanes are being opened on sunday is because there is still some work that has to be done. like the railings and some of the walls and also i am told the detour routes that have been in place need to be broken down so everything can get back to normal in this part of town. now tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. there is an opening. if i want to come up here and so and we have that information on our website, cleveland 19.com. live in cleveland, shelby miller, cleveland 19 news. >> thanks, shelby. if you are coming downtown for the weekend you will be able to get on i-90 to go westbound only. the on-ramp at east 9th and ontario are open. the inner belt bridge is only closed to through traffic. >> romona: is there new hope for people battling baldness? we are getting answers on a
could end hair loss. >> and the city of cleveland launches an investigation after carl monday started asking questions about drivers being wrongly ticketed. who is off the job tonight? that's next. beth? >> beth: we have been above average for so long. it is almost shocking when i say our normal temperature is 71 degrees. we will start getting a little closer to normal.
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carl monday got answers for 39 people wrongly ticketed by the city of cleveland after parking in what appeared to be legal spots on prospect all 39 tickets have been voided by the city. anyone who already paid their fine, they will get their money back. and tonight carl has learned the man who rules on parking ticket disputes is himself at the center of a clerk of courts investigation. >> romona: that worker has now been suspended. carl is getting answers on what the city is looking into. >> that's me. >> carl monday, cleveland 19.
>> reporter: two weeks ago after we paid a visit to brian mahone, the chief hearing officer for the clerk of courts, he is off the job. >> he has been suspended pending an investigation. >> reporter: clerk of court spokesman says mahone was put on administrative leave september 12th hours after our story appear owed cleveland 19.com. effective late this afternoon mahone was suspended. >> can you tell us why he is under investigation? >> i can tell you that it had a lot to do with your story. it raised questions and lead to an investigation. >> reporter: we asked mahone about a parking ticket issued to don simpson and 38 other motorists we know were wrongly ticketed along prospect avenue. we also wanted to quiz mahone about something else, his own ticket for crashing a stop sign in june of 2014. >> do you remember getting a ticket for -- in 2014 for
operation of a vehicle at a stop sign? >> no, i don't. >> reporter: he also had trouble remembering the warrant sent to his house when he failed to show up for court. >> they said you didn't show up for court. does that ring a bell? >> no. >> reporter: you don't remember getting a capeus for that? >> no. >> reporter: let me refresh your memory. the court's records show you were ordered to pay $251 in fines and court costs. months later the court sent you a warning p 9 days after that the amount owed was reduced to 0. end of story? not so fast. just a week and a half ago the day our parking story hit the news someone mysteriously paid $176 on the very same ticket mahone supposedly paid two years earlier. mahone who doubles as chief collection officer as direct access to the records. >> but any crime national tee
he did something criminal. >> that's what we are looking into. being suspended after being a really top notch employee after -- after more than 30 years there has to be serious questions raised. >> reporter: for now shelton says the investigation is being done in house. but if they find possible criminal activity, you can bet that they will turn the case over to the prosecutor. getting answers and getting re cleveland 19. >> denise: we are following breaking news just in on a deadly shooting in washington state. we know four people are dead after a gunman opened fire inside a shopping mall about an hour north of seattle. police are frantically searching for the shooter. the mall is being cleared right now. we will bring you any updates as soon as we get them. >> romona: there could be more battery problems for the
reports out of south korea say they are complaining that the replacement smartphone they were given are not holding a charge and they are over heating. samsung calls the problem isolated and they are investigating. that may not be good news for the 500,000 people who exchanged the phones for those in the u.s. it is available to those customers on wednesday. >> it could be a major breakthrough i of hair loss. an fbi approved drug has succeeded in regrowing hair in some bald patients suffering from alopecia. they say there is a type of white blood cell that attacks the hair follicles, but the follicles don't die which means they may be able to be revived. doctors found that a drug used for bone marrow and blood disorders regrew hair in 75%
and we are getting answers on what you need to know about this treatment. patients have to take a pill once a day, but once you stop taking it, the hair starts to go away. there were no serious side effects on this medication and it can cost up to $10,000 a month. and researchers are testing it on people who suffer from male pattern baldness reu raw they have to get -- >> romona: they have to get that price tag down. >> denise: not in their right mind. all right, beth? >> beth: it is a beautiful weekend. everybody is like, yeah, it is friday. tomorrow if you wake up and there is cloud cover out there, don't worry. it will scoot out of here by lunchtime. the temperatures right now are 71. i know what you are thinking. it still feels like what we have had the last week. it is still warm out there. it is a little on the wet side. there is a sprinkle here and there, no big deal. the system in play has to drop down through our area and
going to bring us the cool down. overnight, well the temperatures linger right where we have been lately. the cloud cover will keep everyone in the low 60s, maybe a spotty shower. but then when you wake up and get going you say i can handle that. when you will notice it is by lunchtime. it is 71 in akron or 67 in cuyahoga county. lunchtime lately it has been making a run at 80. that's when you will notice it. the showers are hit or miss things. i dn it. i have to mention it because tomorrow morning you may have one or two. for the most part everybody south of akron will start off with even a little sunshine to get you going. but it is not going to warm you much. i am telling you right now a temperature drop of 15 degrees will be pretty common as this canadian air falls into place right over our heads. future view, we have the spotty showers in the morning time. they could linger to 11:00. it even shows here on future view, the green blob in
and a little more sunshine coming through. it just doesn't heat us very much. don't look for a big warm up anytime soon. tonight we are in the low 60s. saturday 74 degrees. we start off with the clouds and shake off the clouds. sunday, sunshine from end to end, but still only 76. like i said it is above average. our warmest day of the next seven is almost 80 on monday. tuesday, wednesday and thursday are a little back to average. but look at these high temperatures. you can't even call them high temperatures hitting 70 degrees. even the rain on sunday and monday, not a big deal, but definitely a big cool down. >> romona: coming up, we head under the lights of friday night high school football. mark schwab has the highlights from all of the big games next in sports. >> get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 news app. powered by the calvetta
>> now, this is the serpentini chevrolet sports report on cleveland 19 news. >> mark: every friday night your first chance to see the high school highlights is on 43 under the lights at 10:30. if you missed it tonight, that's fine. we have you covered here on the express version. we start with our game of the week, bay village in my old stomping grounds, rocky river, the pirate play. taking the run and ripping through the pirate defenders. 37-yard touchdown run to put bay up 21-3 after a river touchdown. bay responded. this guy had himself a night. three touchdowns. he added a pick and bay village wins it 28-9 your
students are thrilled, but they were down at the half. looking for more and tucking and running and that's an 18-yard scamper. he was off to the races and gone . a long touchdown run and all saint ignatius. the akron holy war. blocked punt and then noah kept the shoe tips in there. and then danny clark on the quarterback keeper and in from two yards out. 24-0. midview hosting berea midclark. he was busting on to the scene. dustin crumb is back to pass and looking right and looking left and looking, looking, still looking. he is running and pumping and from 15-yard out. it was 7-0. later in the quarter and crumb again calling his own number.
you may as well do it. then he starts to break tackles. it turns into a 60-yard gain that leads to a touchdown. it is 56-30. he is still running. moving to elyria. they were host of the bluedevilss. the pioneers and their fans were happy to be there, but it was 20-0. and they got a beg play, elyria did. they recovered it for the pioneers and then they cash the points. they ran a reverse. he got the end zone from 35 yards out. 34-21 the final and pioneers win it. denise, you will love it north olmstead hosting lakewood. the eagles held a commanding 28-0 lead and rangers trying to battle back. he is getting into the end zone to cut it to 20-7. they force a punt and he finds his way into the end zone. they rip off 27 unanswered and
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>> mark: they are dragging down a pair after they give up a two-run it is number 11 of the year. tied at two and napoli singles him in. this would tie the game up at four. the power nap with 100 r.b.i's. most for his career. bottom of five and coco crisp with a clutch two-run double to right. that would bring home napoli and that would bring home ramirez. good guys up 6-4. then in the bottom of the 6th look at this hit out
eaton. trying to hold on and trying to keep the route. he went down and stayed down for a little bit. that's a good catch and a hard collision. he had to leave the game. tribe a winner tonight 10-4 your final. the magic number is three and here is napoli. >> it is nice to have the numbers, but it is nice to win too. i won't be able to do it with the people around me supporting them guys and doing their jobs too. it is a team thing here and we really bought into it. we hope to continue that. >> denise: good weather? >> beth: 74 on saturday and 76 on sunday. but the tribe play tomorrow night and that magic number is number three, mark, what do you think can we do it? >> mark: we can clinch on sunday. >> denise: thanks for joining us tonight. for news in i time download our app. >> romona: thank you for joining us. we hope you have a great
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