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(groaning) bishop! bishop: upstairs! l right? hudson needs an ambulance. i found the wife. don't move. ducky: her body was preserved in formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, phenol-- basically, embalming fluids. stuffed into a vacuum-sealed storage bag. as no odor. and very little decay. and a cause of death, duck? yeah, a fractured neck. sharp left-to-right twist. who do i notify about her remains? she had no family
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i'll call her father's lawyer. e imposter really is? rita applegate. she was a waitress at a bar not far from lejeune. that's where they met. lot in common. she and captain hudson shared similar, um, desires that his wife didn't. and is willing to testify. says that hudson killed his wife and transferred the body, all along with their personal possessions. were gonna dispose of the body, move to the caribbean and live off of lauren's money. greed-- the root of much evil. hey, ducky. those are awfully nice-looking flowers. i take it that you and jake made up. 't from jake. they're from mcgee. tony: aw. well, that's kind of sweet. again? bishop: yeah. actually, mcgee saved me. i canceled my trip, got my deposit back,
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jake has to go out of town that weekend. a summit somewhere in asia. yep. need-to-know. couldn't tell me where. we'll take our little trip another time. yeah. leave request of yours. you still going to england? ll take that trip another time. uh, thank you. um, you know, that heritage stuff ed up to be. what happened? well... my cousin, crispian, called back. he knows all about archibald drummond. out archie... was quite a character. he was a... he was a scoundrel, and a-a thief, a con man. e prison.
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call away >> a canton canine officer, still remembering his fallen partner. i'll be there to save the day >> making an emotional journey to choose a successor. superman got nothing on me
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excited all in one. i'm only one call away >> cleveland 19 news taking you along on the search for a new partner. and good evening, i'm lydia esparra. this is not an easy weekend for davis. his canine partner jethro was killed earlier this month by a burglary suspect, now he meets three potential successors. >> it's not easy to find your new partner, but somehow officer ryan davis has to try. >> a little nervous, anxious, excited all in one. >> earlier this month, officer davis' canine was killed in the line of duty. police say jethro was shot multiple times as he and davis responded to a burglary. the city of canton held a funeral for the german shepherd on what would have been jethro's
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the story of canine jethro and officer dave has made national headlines and touched many, including houston canine academy down in texas. >> the fact that someone would take an animal's life like that, it hurts, every time i hear that, it's a lump in my throat. >> the academy works with non-profit canines for cops. the organization is donating a fully trained dual purpose canine to the canton police it the department. he could be officer davis' new partner. all the canines here at the academy are hand picked. the trainers go to europe once a month and after an intense screening and medical check, they select the top dogs and bring them back it to the u.s. to train. they're then vetted out to law enforcement, government, tsa, and military agencies. officer davis says he's looking for a street dog, code names it to protect their identities, they are all from hungary.
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shepherd and a male malaherd. he interacted with all of the potential candidates today but hasn't quite made a decision. he'll be here for the next couple of days and hopefully bringing home his new partner on tuesday. we will be here with those updates on air and online. >> as you just heard, be sure to head oh our head to our website. you'll find a live blog on this journey from cassie plus more mftion on the three information on the three candidates. a huge clean-up effort is across the way on the east coast following this weekend's historic blizzard of. 2 feet of snow fell in washington, d.c. the nation's capital remains shut down of. down. >> the sun melted some of the 2 feet of snow that fell in washington, d.c., but as the
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plummeting, creating dangerous conditions. a convoy of trucks from boston and other cities arrived sunday to help get the nation's capital moving again. >> we're bringing about 450 pieces of equip ment from outside of d.c. >> clean-up crews are making main streets a priority in the district. officials asked residents to help with snow removal. >> seen wror senior citizens can't get out here and walk in the snow like this. >> the federal dpoft federal government will remain closed monday. the storm canceled more than 11,000 flights. further up the coast, a full moon tide made a soggy mess in wildwood, new jersey. >> we had beautiful snow for all of a few hours before it just became a river of icebergs. the >> in new york city, officials say the epic nor'easter missed setting a record for total snowfall by a tenth of an inch. >> we need people off the streets for their own safety and the safety of others. >> the mayor asked drivers to
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canceled alternate side street parking for the entire work week. that's theas how long how long it could take things to get back to normal in many places. >> he's also been telling people, don't dig out your cars because they don't want people on the streets. anyhow, but we don't care about our streets because they're looking beautiful right now. they are. >> we dodged it. >> we did. it was a beautiful day, the sun, awesome. >> it was awesome. we have some cloud cover out there but we're really in a nice little bubble of weather. here you go, radio city and how it looked today. >> wow! those new yorkers are going to have a terrible commute tomorrow. but at least they're going going to warm and we're going to warm. tonight most of us will stay in the mid 20s. more importantly, you'll need your sunglasses tomorrow. won't be quite as bright as today. but we're going to start off a little warmer. current temperatures, your feels like, yeah, the wind chills still a little bitey cold. as a matter of fact, if you get down towards worcester it and mansfield, it's even colder because the cloud cover isn't
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you've dropped a little further. we're 5 degrees colder than where we were last night. here was the full moon in case you missed it yesterday. it's pretty it beautiful out there now but most of you have some cloud cover so you can't see the almost it full moon. full moon. we're quiet right now, a little warmer than last night, and we are going to warm tomorrow and tuesday, and right now this week only really has a couple hiccups along the way and then we warm some more for next weekend. believe it or not, it's going to feel a little like spring around here. i'll explain when our next shot of snow comes in coming up. >> the storm triggered hundreds of cancellations including flights out of cleveland headed to the east coast. and the problems could continue to grow tomorrow. the storm stranded planes and crews in other cities. greyhound and megabus also reporting delays. shanice dunning is live in cleveland with, i imagine,
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>> very frustrated, lydia. this is a mess for some people today. i'm going to show you why here at cleveland hopkins. still about a dozen cancellations right now it to those hard hit areas. new york city, new jersey, it philadelphia, d.c., and if you could imagine, some people have been stranded since friday, and even right now, this hour, they still don't know when they're going to get home. the traveling nightmare caused by winter storm jonas hasn't ended for this woman. she needs to get to ethiopia for work, but her connecting flight through baltimore was canceled twice. >> i hope we would of catch the next flight. >> she's one of the thousands of travelers this weekend whose plans were blown out by a blast of snow to the east coast. on friday, united airlines shut down flights to washington, d.c., new york, and philadelphia, and tonight at cleveland hopkins, flights to those cities are still grounded. luckily she caught a flight to
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over at the greyhound station downtown, some people have no way of leaving. a sign tells it travelers to bits burg are canceled along east coast. this man was on his way to myrtle beach saturday but the bus that was supposed to take him is snowed in in baltimore. >> they said monday, tuesday, they don't know when we're getting out of here. >> demetrius has been stuck here virginia. >> i've got pictures, people were sleeping on the floor. >> like so many others, they're forced to wait for the east coast to dig out of the snow. >> there haven't been any updates with greyhound, but if you are flying tomorrow, i can tell you it really seems like it's as to-up dependings a toss-up. if you plan on taking a flight tomorrow, of course keep checking to see if it's going to happen.
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are stuck are just going to have to grit it out and are forced to wait patiently. >> we're glad to have them. remember you can stay on top of the winter conditions any time of the day. get live radar and your personal forecast right on your smartphone or tablet with the first alert weather app. in other news, schools in see bring will be closed as students notified by phone called this afternoon, as well as the school's website. the school district canceled classes friday as a precaution after it tests found lead in water in nearby homes. the epa wants to test all water outlets in both school buildings but the career center will have classes and the junior high basketball game will go on as scheduled with bottled water and hand sanitizer available. a stark county man has died seas after losing his battle with
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jerry lipkins iii was in south korea teaching english when he became sick. he died the first week of january, and since then, his family has been desperately trying to raise money to bring his body home. >> we still continue on with the fund raisers until tomorrow, the last fundraiser we're going to have for him, and we're going to bring him home, and his po dewill body will be here tuesday and his funeral will be saturday. >> that's just so sad. a go fund me account was also set up and the family thanks everyone who donated to all of the fundraisers. and coming up next, when we come back on cleveland 19 news, they're still telling people to new york. some ren gaidz renegades are turning the city into their own playground. >> looks fun but really dangerous. our roads are going to be dry tomorrow morning. heading out the door, we're going to have a chilly start, in the mid 20s, but by lunchtime,
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see some sunshine to get you going, we'll cloud up in the evening, there's rain in the forecast. i'll explain when it appears
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some deliveries may be delayed. >> the storm that pounded the east coast left people there scrambling for supplies. gerald solomon lives here in cleveland but has friends who live in richmond, virginia. >> well, they said that most of the stores are of course empty, all of the shelves where water, bread, milk, all that type of stuff was gone like friday, thursday afternoon. >> back here in ohio where we donled that dodged that bullet, some were seeing empty shelves and we're told the storm prevented some trucks from making deliveries. at dave's supermarket, shelves are fully stocked. the storm has had no impact on inventory, at least not yet.
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rumors that i have that we are going to have some problems from any of the stuff coming in from that area. we'll know more tomorrow. >> a lot of the produce, we're told, comes from the west coast, so there really shouldn't be a problem there. some of the other items on the store shelves, there could be some delays in deliveries with those. for now, clevelanders here seem to be reveling in the fact that for once, we're not the ones digging out. instead, sam spain is hosting a barbecue. >> cleveland is never too cold for a barbecue. i've been watching the news all over the country, but i feel today, i got to get out there and barbecue. >> at least the worst appears to be over for the east coast. >> while most new yorkers were hunkered down, one prankster found a friend with tire chains, grabbed his snowboard and turned the city streets into his own
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>> oh, boy. the youtubeer and film maker tore through times square and other landmarks in front of cheering fans. of course someone called the cops. but you have to see what happened next when officers caught up with them. [sirens] >> yes, officer? >> someone complained about this. just act like we're talking to you, all right? >> you guys are awesome! >> the video got more than 2 1/2 2 1/2 million views online in just seven hours. i don't even think the meltdown has started there. >> you know what, the roads actually looked pretty good, but could you get out of your side streets to get to the main roads? >> i don't think. so but hey, sun hee sunny skies here. >> beautiful day today, we were just about average. we've been awfully cold.
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roof cam, you can see 33 degrees, what? yeah, 34 is the normal high temperature for this time of year, and we're holding okay. some clouds have come in, that's going to keep us a little insulated, just like the insulation in your attic kind of keeps your house a little warmer. 30 out at hopkins, 30 akron, 28 in canton. mansfield, san tus key, 26 and 28, the wind chill makes it feel much colder in some of these areas. so not bad, a good start tomorrow. we'll be in about the mid 20s. if you keep that cloud cover around, if you wake up and you're already looking at blue sky, you're going to be a little closer to the worcester temperatures because it's going to be just a little cooler. but by lunchtime, look at these temperatures. 37 in cuyahoga county, 36 in akron, 36 in mansfield. we warm up quickly tomorrow. we start off a little warmer than we it did yesterday, and we're going to see some sunshine and that's going to feel good tomorrow into the low 40s. so here's that cloud cover right now. no rain, no snow, that's the really good thing.
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worries until starting tomorrow night. then things get a little funny. you can see cloud cover that's going to work its way in. we're going to see more clouds than we can did today. today was full on sunshine for a lot of you, but definitely see some clouds out there. but your future view forecast looks like this, tomorrow more morning's commute, still going to be awfully cold in the morning time. but as you get to noon, still no rain and some clouds around, but not a big deal. clouds will be thickening up as we go towards the evening time, so if you forgot your sunglasses tomorrow morning when you leave for work, you probably won't need them going home. cloudy skies in the evening time. by about 11:00 or 12:00, that's when the first line of rain showers will come in. we'll get another shot of some rain showers overnight and into tuesday morning, so we get all day monday, it's absolutely fine. tuesday morning, however, we'll probably have a wet start. the front comes through, there it goes, about 9:00, 10:00, then the temperatures start sliding. so our high temperature on tuesday comes early in the day, but if there's any rain showers left, we'll get some scattered
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into colder air. and then you see what's just behind that on wednesday, we could get some light snow showers around. so tonight, 26, dry. cloudy in some areas, maybe a little more clear away from the lakeshore, 22 is what i went with, in case you don't have all that cloud cover out there but the wind chill is going to make it seem a little colder. tomorrow 43 degrees, everyone into the low 40s. we maintain those 40s, actually we kind of rise temperature after we dip a little bit monday evening. tuesday it looks mainly dry and gray and overcast, so i didn't make it a ford first alert weather day, however, the snow coming down from tuesday night into wednesday, that could be a little messy, so 32 degrees, so odot won't have a problem with it, but just a little heads up of. thursday looks fine, a mostly cloudy day, 37 degrees. thursday night, however, we'll get another shot of snow, but it should be gone by friday, but that just leaves us with cloud cover. 38, not so bad, right? above average temperatures, road
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commuting on friday. then as we take a turn for the weekend, lydia, i know you love these temperatures, into the 40s. and this warming trend continues into the beginning part of next week. >> i sure do love it. thank you, beth. coming up in sports, championship sunday is in the books. the super bowl is set. mark will let you know who's there, and he will have the
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>> the super bowl stage has been set, the afc championship, the nfc championship have been settled. let's start with these guys. new england and denver in the mile high city. it's the fifth time that brady and manning met in the playoffs, fourth time in the conference title game. manning back to daniels, touchdown, a 12-yard strike. they went up 14-6. second time they had hooked up that game. skip ahead, fourth quarter, new england down 8. fourth and 10, big ball to gronk. later same drive, fourth and goal, brady to gronk, back of the end zone, touchdown. they had missed an extra point earlier in the game so they had to go for two here. brady rolling, tip, pick, goodnight. manning's off to the super bowl, the broncos beat the patriots 20-18. >> this is a sweet day of. this was a sweet victory. to me this victory sort of is a great example of what this
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>> to advance to the next game is -- that's why we all play and work so hard. so it's disappointing not to have the opportunity to do that. >> our guys fought to the very end like they always do, and in the end, we just couldn't make enough plays. >> yeah, bill, you're on to the off-season. in the nfc title game, this one wasn't even close. cam and the panthers ruled the day. arizona got smoked. first of many carolina touchdowns here, he started left, then he came back right. he might have ran like 50 it-some yards for this 20-yard touchdown run. big day for former buckeyes. cory brown getting free, getting the sideline, he gone. another touchdown. palmer had six turnovers on the day. cards had 7 as a team. panthers headed to the super bowl with a 49-15 win. >> i can say one thing, we were coached extremely well.
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game, and doing the things that we were doing, you know, it wasn't just skill. it was preparation. >> personally,s it the culmination of what you work for as a football player, as a coach, and so it's going to be exciting and i look forward to it. >> and don't you dare forget cbs19, your home for super bowl 50, two weeks from today. panthers and broncos. for all of it. all right. cavaliers, first game as a head coach in the nba was pretty awful. cavs got dumped at home last night by chicago. they didn't shoot well at all. they didn't shoot 3s well, 2s very well, they didn't even shoot the 1s very well, lydia. it was terrible. from the floor, outside the arc, the free-throw line. they were also out of of gas at the end of the game. apparently they're not in the right shape to do what he wants to do on offense. >> i don't think we're good enough shape.
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think we just dropped off the map. i think we got tired. bron came out early, kyle wanted to come out early, kevin wanted to come out early. i just don't think we're in good enough shape to play how we want to play. >> tomorrow's practice. >> i said it, this was the first time since i've been back playing that my chest felt like it was about to cave in, the first 6 to 8 possessions, i've just got to get used to that pace. >> i just feel like we need to get used to playing a faster brand. and i think that started today, and we'll get better pretty quick. >> coach wants us to get up the floor, made or misses, and that's a transition from, you know, walking the ball up. so all of us, we need to do something different as far as our pace and conditioning because if he wants us to play
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the floor, you can't get tired. >> can don't forget coming up after the news, the mcdonald's sports zone, tony zarrella joined by bud shaw, chris hains, i'm on this one as well. probably talking cavs, right? coming up as soon as me, lydia and beth are done talking.
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