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power lines, uprooting trees and toppling this basketball hoop. hello everybody and thanks for joining us. meteorologist tera blake joins us on east 30th and euclid. and i can hear that wind. when will it die down. >> winds are whipping. thankfully they will subside as we push toward the overnight hours, but temperatures, some reaching mid 60s and still 60s across northeast, ohio, some of us making our way into the record books, but then a 20 degree drop off in your sunday forecast. i will be talking about all those changes coming up in just a few mints. for now, closest to the lake it's already getting cooler out here. back to you. >> okay. tera, thank you. we are following a murder mystery.
who dumped a body in a trash bin. it was found in the back of a man's dump truck. derrick, what can you tell us tonight? >> reporter: well, tracy, i just got off the phone with the fairlawn police. this is a white male victim, but as far as his age and identity they have not released that, waiting for a positive id from the medical exam e that could come monday. and there is a giant eagle, and right back there the body was in the truck, he was making a stop when he saw the body in his truck. that gruesome discovery was around 4:00 this morning. he was on his regular trip when
complicating patters is -- matters is he covered three different police jurisdictions, so police are trying to figure out where that body was dump and truck. so back out here live police really need the public's health happened here. if you know anything, you are asked to call the fairlawn detective bureau at 330 -- we have that number on our website. in the studio. >> okay. . thank you so much. and a loved one disappeared nearly a month ago. today a group passed out flierers on of jason johnson, he was last seen earlier in february. he goes by different nicknames like jay, if anyone has information, they are asked to
and new information about a domestic abuse case regarding johnny manziel, you are digging into this investigation, what have you learned. >> the police department held a conference. he is accused of assaulting his girlfriend back in august. they have footage from the hotel where the assault began. it is not yet known what the video shows because the case is just two weeks old. the dallas police department the facts. >> detectives have continued commune rating if the complainant and received medical records from the complainant and cameras. as of today, no determination as to what charge, if any, will be
i will update as information comes available. >> they have not yet talked to manziel, but they could finish the investigation by next week. fare well to a man who made a huge impact on our country's system. thousands was in washington, d.c. to remember justice as. he died of natural causes in texas. he spent nearly three decades in the high court, but his law career began back in cleveland back in 1961. and from the campaign trail, hillary clinton has won the caucus. >> from the ballot box to to caucuses.
>> in the race between hillary clinton and sanders, she made her argument between latino voters. sanders seemed confident high turnout would give him another victory. >> if there is a large turnout, we will do just fine. >> and more controversy on the eve of the vote. >> it's a terrible story, should i tell you or not? >> telling a story about a journal rounding up and killing muslims. >> he took 50 adults and he dipped them in pig's blood. >> on the today show, marco rubio seems to say whatever he wants. >> i think people were offended by that. that's not what the united states is about. >> and voters in south carolina agree. the polls are tightening up. this could save or sink several campaigns.
important spots are place in show. >> jeb bush planned to be in nevada tomorrow. >> can anything change that plan? >> we will see. i don't think so. >> and ohio governor john kasich already left, setting his sights on super tuesday. >> the weather down in south carolina. >> expecting a record turnout, that was set in 2012 with more than 6,000 voters. megan,. >> and targeting ohio governor john kasich and a teenager is coming clean about why he impersonated a senator. we will be right back. ings pfor just $9.99. online only.
dozens of people gathered in south carolina for a party contest, they oppose john kasich. it would strip nearly 1 1/2 billion dollars from the organization. supporters gathered around a kasich healthcare clinic that they built that gives free advice. and some dressed up in costumes. >> we dressed up in this party because women do feel comfortable going to planned parenthood. and all this money is supposedly going to go into these
we don't know where it is really going. >> and the governor is expected to sign the bill tomorrow. the money would go to health clinics selected by the ohio department of health in the coming months. in ohio a teenager is facing charges when he posed as a senator. he toured a high school and it happened south of toledo. he posed as an official to make a point about school security. coming up teaming up to protect team players are head injuries. and the warmest temperatures of the month are now starting to drop. in northeast ohio the wind is fading too. we will take a look at the rest
large crowds expected for the music festival. it features local bands and runs until midnight. gusts sent debris from two construction sites in chicago, forcing evacuation of at least three housing complexes and crews are working to clean up this mess at the gas station where strong wind knocked over a canopy covering two pumps. and it is so windy in iowa that semi trucks are being blown off the road. look at this. this semi flipped over on i-380, causing traffic delay. more than a dozen tractor-trailers rolled over during that storm. and even here you could hear that wind ripping apart branches. >> and people without power. en didn't seem to deter people from being outside today. we had a lot of convertibles out there.
power restored as we push toward the overnight hours because the wind starts to dry down. take a look at this gorgeous sunset. not bad for february, as temperatures warm into the 60s all across , now dropping with that sunset at 58 degrees. winds still up north, northwest at 16 miles per hour. many of us just enjoying this very warm air. so record breaking temperatures, cleveland, hopkins you didn't make your way into the record books. 1930 stands at 69 degrees, but akron, canton, 66. also 66, 1930. guess what, mansfield also in the record books with a tie with 1930 as temperatures soured with that beautiful sunshine. outside enjoying it was certain a treat.
if you can block the wind, maybe grill out. 54 aster bula. and 54 in fairfield. we got sun to the north which will create that colder air. look at these temperatures farther west. that's where our winds are coming from, so that's how we enjoyed this big warmup. 20 degree dropoff for tomorrow. 65 in little rock, even st. louis at 74, but notice with the warm air no rainfall. taking the rain out of the forecast and dropping those winds too with this front. currently wind gusts still up. 48 miles per hour gusts at cleveland hopkins, 11, not bad,
25 in canton. some of those nice eat eries. watch the drop off. a good thing on the map, by the time we hit midnight, only around 5, 6 miles per hour winds. we do see a little increase tomorrow at 10:00, but no 40, 50 miles per hour gusts that we were dealing with on friday, as well as today. now, i notice that front to the north and i showed you that just a minute ago. but notice the clouds and no rainfall chances. we are going to wake up close to that freezing in the morning. and even today 47 was your high at burk, but conditions stilling quiet as we push toward the beginning of the week. now, snow chances are in the forecast. but they don't line up perfectly as far as the models, but
see that colder air rushing in and snow chances picking up. that's when it will start to become evident. but for now, focus on some dry weather to enjoy, just not nearly as pardon me. 43 for sunday, 33 for monday and snow likely by thursday. >> okay. tera, thank you so much. coaches are teaming up to protect players. and today's clinic was all about concussions and making games safer. >> reporter: concussion and injuries, they are part of the game, but they don't have to be if coaches are properly educated. >> this year they added the cardiac arrest protocol and even more in-depth protocol on the heat stroke.
>> many coaches came out to the stadium to learn more about football, anything from concussion and tackling techniques. nfl player ronald bellamy. this is his fourth year attending the clinic. >> it makes you a tremendously better coach. we can recognize the symptoms. >> meanwhile it was nick's first time . >> remain safe, as long as you are doing it the right way. all right. now, sports. >> hey, the cavs, and still in indiana yesterday in oklahoma city. they had won 7 of their last 9.
the cavs recognizing the thunder and a challenge for the cavaliers. >> they are a matchup problem. when you got two guys that can give you 40 or 50 in any given night, it'ses a matchup problem. we do the best we can and try to make it tough on the guys. >> we have two top 10 players, durant, attacking the basket, you know, put a lot of pressure on defense. so, you know, we got to contain one of those guys you have a pretty good chance of winning the game. >> reporter: cavalier anderson is looking for a new home after the trade after the trade deadline left him without a job. golden state, as well as oklahoma city and dallas are some of the teams of interest in
could be suiting up against the gold. they are packing the team channing bryant returned, but fans are going to have to wait a little longer to see what frye has to offer. he was there yesterday and he has yet to practice with the team. he isn't going against the thunder either. he believes frye will create more options. also don't forget the calfs game tomorrow against the thunder. 3:30, plenty of postgame coverage and a breakdown of game, brian will be with us, as well as akron head coach. so make sure you stay with us after the game and check it out. the browns are looking for a new quarterback.
their former first round qb is surrounded by many questions. they have surveillance video between a domestic between johnny manziel and his girlfriend. they have not determined as to which charge if any will be filed against manziel. they have yet to interview manziel. their investigation could be completed as early as next week
we just learned that protesters in nearly 30 cities
are planning demonstrations against the fbi after agents forced apple to make it easier to unlock an encrypted iphone. they wanted to unlock an iphone that belonged to one of the san bernardino shooters. it also can be used to break into many other iphones. and today is national love your pet day. the national holiday is set aside to show your furry friend some extra love and attention. look at how cute. so give them a special treat and take them on a long walk. there is my little guy, or take
edition of act dep you can challenge. teens from erdonia north. and hope you enjoyed the day today because anything changes are on the way. >> i think 20 to 30 degrees colder as we pak our way into that forecast. 70 degrees in kilbaugh. >> i think i have spring fever. thanks for joining us, see you tonight at 11:00.
welcome to a special edition of "world news tonight." breaking news on this showdown saturday. election battles on two fronts. hillary clinton with a much-needed win over bernie sanders in nevada after a tense but sanders trouncing her on the issue of trust. tonight, the long lines and the celebrations. showdown in south carolina. donald trump firing away until the very end. >> so, it's crunch time, folks. it's crunch time.