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>> laura: breaking news at noon. and it's more bad news for johnny manziel. espn tweeted this statement from manziel's agent eric burke heart. the tweet says he's decided to terminate his professional relationship with manziel. he goes on to say, quote, accountability is the foundation of any relationship and, without it, the function of my work is counter productive. now manziel's dad, paul, told the dallas morning news he's concerned about his son, saying, quote, i truly believe they can't get -- if we cannot get him some help, he won't live to see his 24th birthday. >> "q": well, onto the other big
deputy-involved shooting in lake county. >> laura: deputies got a report of a stabbing and when they arrived on the scene they were confronted by a man with a gun. paul orlousky joins us live from lake county. >> reporter: the sheriff has just wrapped up a briefing about what happen last night. a call to the home about reports of a stab, a husband stabbing his wife, two other people. her parents in the home, made that 9-1-1 call. the suspect, we have his picture, is thomas herco. he stabbed his wife lori, very severe deep stab wounds. one in the kidney area. she is at metro hospital right now. the 9-1-1 phone call came from inside the house. when the officers got there they were confronted by mr. herco. the sheriff said he had what appeared to be a gun in his hand, raised it to a firing back. there seems to be some evidence that could indicate this was a suicide by police.
stated it's something of the nature -- and we are trying to get the exact phrasing -- that it's time to die. we don't know if that meant it's time for mrs. herckle to die, for him to die, or for both of them to die. >> reporter: we have learned a lot about his record. not much with the sheriff's department but he has had three d.u.i. convictions, domestic violence, and at one point in time he was pink slipped. that's after some sort of a situation they give you mandatory mental health screening. and that was after he barricaded himself into a home and said if police come here, i'm going to kill myself. so he has a checkered past as far as that goes. we said what appeared to be a gun, it was an air soft gun between his house and his garage and as he raised that, they fired. sounds a lot like similar cases we have had, of course in the dark at night, very tough for the deputys to tell. a full investigation has begun and the deputies, of course, as
paid administrative leave. >> "q": all right, paul. detectives also have their hands full right now working a double murder in medina county. here's a live look at the area. police in hinkley township were called to a home on babcock road for a shooting. when they got there, two people were dead inside the house you are looking at right now and a third person was taken into custody. but that person hasn't been charged with anything yet. and, this woman was supposed to be helping her patient. instead, cleveland police say she was helping herself to her patient's pain pills. meredith schwett is in jail on a $15,000 bond facing theft and drug charges. the cleveland nurse plead not guilty today. >> laura: hillary clinton is pushing back against a bernie sanders line of attack while donald trump's potty mouth offends a former first lady. craig boswell has the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: bernie sanders hit
manchester. >> trillions of dollars have flowed to the top one tenth of one percent. >> reporter: he has a lead on hillary clinton thanks to clinton's ties to wall street. she called the jabs an artful smear campaign. >> enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it, directly. but you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. >> reporter: some undecided voters braved a snow storm to hear sanders speak. out? record turnout? i do. i think there's a lot of people country right now. >> on the republican side, donald trump is in the lead. thursday, he went on a profanity-laced rant. >> we are going to knock the
themselves. >> it shocked barbara bush who is joining her son jeb on the campaign trail. >> i don't think a president would have ever shouted profanities with kids in the crowd. >> who did that? >> your buddy >> laura: all right. donald trump canceled a campaign event in new hampshire scheduled for today because of that snow storm. he will be in south carolina friday night instead and will be back in the granite state saturday for another g.o.p. debate right here on cbs. >> "q": all right. well here's some good news for all you early birds out there waiting for refunds right now. the i.r.s. is back in business. it started processing tax returns again last night. i covered this story for you yesterday. a computer hardware problem caused the system outage wednesday. don't worry. the i.r.s. says taxpayers should see little, if any, impact to their tax returns or their refunds. >> laura: well a marietta police
canine partner finally had success. >> i prayed that this would be the result. >> laura: marietta's law directorrer searched and searched for how to end that controversy and make everyone happy. and then he found it. the law director discovered a little-known statute that says when a police department disbands its canine unit, the canine handler, in this case, matt hickey, gets the first opportunity to buy his dog. >> he said -- you get the dog for $1. >> these people are -- they are kind and they are considerate right. god bless 'em. >> laura: as for the more than $70,000 raised in a go fund me account, it will all go to charity. >> "q": the browns find themselves in an off-the-field battle if you will. the state representative from berea doesn't want the summer training camp to move from berea to columbus. well now last year, the browns said they had no problems paying all the costs with moving and holding its operations at a
but, the browns and the columbus business community want ohioians to foot a $5 million bill to move the team to a site on or near o.s.u. representative mike devola says he will fight using taxpayer money to move the training camp. speaking of moving -- the indians are all packed up and ready to go to arizona for spring training. at the moment, they are wrapping up the last bits of supplies. pitchers and catchers report to goodyear, arizona, february 17. >> laura: coming up on cleveland 19 news, florida giving an extra push to its fight against zika as tourists begin to worry. >> "q": and a hospital mistake. new parents devastated to learn their happy healthy newborn son had an operation without their consent. >> laura: plus, we get up close and personal with cold play as
>> laura: a mixup at a tennessee hospital has new parents living a nightmare. happy. not long after the birth the new born went for what mom jennifer mountain thought would be a routine physical. a couple hours later, nate was back and the nurse mentioned the tongue-clipping surgery he had just had. >> essentially, they took our child, who was 100% healthy, nursing well, no issues at all, and just took him out of the nursery and cut his mouth. >> there's no excuse for operating on the wrong baby. none. >> laura: oh, wow. the doctor didn't try to make any excuses saying he admitted his mistake and apologized. she says that's small consolation and now wonders what the tongue-clipping surgery will mean for her child's speech and eating ability. >> "q": that is infuriating. wow. >> laura: i'm astonished.
story. that's so scary. >> laura: i don't know what to say. >> laura: have to be a massive lawsuit. >> "q": that's definitely coming. and it's deserved. >> laura: straight ahead, nfl commissioner roger goodell made a big announcement that will affect the league's future. >> jon: hey don't break out the s.p.f.50, but there's plenty of sunshine out there. and -- it's going to be replaced by clouds. i'll let you know when they will roll in and what we can expect for super bowl weekend and
>> laura: the nfl is taking a major step for diversity in the league. the commissioner roger goodell announced the league will institute a rooney rule for women seeking executive positions. now the teams will have to interview at least one woman for all executive roles. the rooney rule is named after steelers owner dan rooney who chairs the league's diversity committee. >> "q": that being said, this might be the reason why they are adding a rooney rule for women. women's merchandise is the nfl. get this. 43% of nfl fans are female now. a growing and valuable demographic for the league, women aren't just watching games merchandise. last year, 54 million women watched the super bowl. >> laura: and talk about
bowl 50 footballs. the fashion designers of america asked designers to produce their own bizarre glitzy and glamorous takes on the normally brown leather football. well, some of the designers tiffany and company and betsy johnson. from the gold leaf and the as iles and metal spikes, each piece is being auctioned off right up until valentine's day. proceeds will go to the nfl foundation charity. and, here are some fun facts about the super bowl 50. broncos defensive back turian nixon will be playing super bowl 50 on his 25th birthday. the panthers are one of 13 teams that have never won a super bowl while the broncos are one of 12 teams with two or more super bowl victories. the nfl switched from roman numerals this year because the roman numeral for 50 is -- well, not so pleasing to the eye. it's an "l" as in loser. the roman numerals will return next year. here's a fun fact as well. super bowl 50 will be played
sunday. kickoff is at 6:30. well, the super bowl halftime show is always one of the biggest -- the very biggest -- culture events of the year. >> "q": yep and i'm happy to say coldplay is this year's headline events. one of my favorites. there was a news conference ahead of the big show. >> reporter: the british band coldplay was confident at funny at their super bowl 50 halftime news conference. >> we don't do press conferences that often, so please forgive us if we aren't that good. >> reporter: front man chris martin has been practicing this week. >> reporter: this is carpool karaoke on the late show. >> reporter: his dad showed off his saxaphone skills thursday and asked to join the band on stage at the game. at the nfl shop, we caught up with fans who are very excited
>> i think a lot of people don't watch the game so much, it's about the commercials and halftime show. >> the band said beyonce would perform but not confirm any other surprise guests. lady gaga will sing the national anthem. wear? >> who knows? she is always just a surprise of what she's going to wear. >> reporter: while everyone knows coldplay's music, no one members. what do you know about jon, will and guy? >> i don't know who those are. >> ok. guy, will and jon, how much does it drive you crazy that chris gets all the attention? and along those lines, chris, could i have a hug? >> reporter: a little stunned but not shy, martin did, in fact, give this very excited reporter a hug as he walked out. >> "q": all right. well coldplay said they will play all their number ones and then work out how to fill out the last 10 minutes of their show. when asked what team they want
rooting for -- the denver panthers, smart man. jon will be rooting for the carolina broncos. >> jon: yeah. you said it my friend. i'll be doing it in front of the tv because it's right here. and so are the blue skies. they are right here. the feizel roof-cam confirming that out over lake erie's 35-degree open waters. wow. what a nice way to start the first friday in february. well, a cloud-free right now, but clouds on the western horizon. you can see there are plenty of them. they are headed in our direction they filled in pretty darn nicely over indiana and illinois. so, it won't be long. we will go through the day with sunshine at 2:00 35. 37 the topper at 4:00. 33 at of:00. you can see how the clouds roll in. 5:48 is sunset. we will get through most of the day with plenty of sunshine and you can see on our futureview, kids coming home from school 3:00, yep, we are in good shape. few clouds on the pennsylvania border.
now the sun has set but maybe a little light leftover. western tier starting to see some clouds. they start to move in during the nighttime hours, 9:00. we will take it to tomorrow morning, at 8:00, and stop it down with some clouds across the lake shore counties. making our way through saturday afternoon, there it is, another cloud-free afternoon. so, back and forth we will go with the clouds and the sunshine. temperatures all within a few degrees of freezing. we are at freezing. 32 at cleveland. 33 at akron and everybody is under fair skies and if you are headed off to peak and peak, this weekend's a good one. 12 to 40-inch base. we have 26 trails open and five lifts. a great weekend to go skiing and if you aren't a skier, enjoy the sun and clouds. sunshine then clouds today. 37. 38 at akron. same story, light southwest breezes. we will make our way into a night where a few clouds start to roll in. 27 and we will head into tomorrow with intervals of
on futureview and a 41 on the high side. bonus territory when your average high is 36. where do we go? super bowl sunday, 44 . no, think we will go 47 on sunday. just chatted with jeff tanchak, we looked at the latest models. wintry mix on monday. be apprized sunday night into monday, that mix, rain/snow, that could be a little bit problematic. we will be on top of that even on super bowl sunday. light snow tuesday. lake snow wednesday and yeah look at those colder temperatures. we are back into the mid 20s as we make our way to thursday and look at the possibility of a little bit of lake snow. that was very diplomatic the way you put the -- what do you say the carolina broncos? >> "q": yeah and martin is going for the denver panthers. >> jon: yeah. very good. >> laura: did we all make our calls? are you going with -- >> "q": i'm going for carolina. yeah. >> jon: it's the consensus. >> laura: i think carolina will
you heard that right. she belongs to the founder and president of skunk haven. it takes unwanted pet skunks. the puppy bowl airs on animal planet at 3:00 hours before the super bowl starts. i got to pet that little guy, too. >> "q": did you? wow. >> jon: and you don't stink, either. >> "q": i was going to say you don't smell. >> laura: thanks, guys. >> jon: i said his claws don't stink. but of course -- his calls don't stink. referees. ok. enjoy the day. we will be in the upper 30s and enjoying some sunshine. >> "q": i'm surrounded by comedians today. >> laura: me? you tell me -- >> "q": have a great weekend. the young and the restless is up next don't miss that. >> laura: have a wonderful weekend. " taxation without representation." it' s the phrase that created our
our forefathers revolted against paying taxes to a government with which they had no vote. now 240 years later, it' s time to revolt against the mayor' s idea to raise cleveland' s municipal income tax from two percent to 2.5 percent. twenty-five percent more dollars out of the wages of people working in cleveland. according to the mayor' s office, about 87% of the tax money paid comes from suburbanities who don' t even get to vote on it. it doesn' t get any more un-american than that. the mayor makes some reasonable arguments about why the city needs the money. $18 million in lost property tax. more than $111 million lost from state tax cuts since 2010. $11 million to implement the d.o.j. decree to improve our police department. but the mayor has plenty of responsibility for these budget problems. the people who let the police department get out of control
salaries. our chief investigator carl monday has documented waste in trash collection, police and city council lunches and dinners. and the biggest problem, new city worker contracts with numerous city unions that pay almost $43 million more in retro-pay and benefits from 2013 through 2016. who negotiated these deals? increasing the city' s income tax is short-sighted. how long will the city' s current renaissance last if we make businesses and their employees pay a premium to be in cleveland? it' s unfair and counter-productive. if the mayor wants to fight for our fair share of state money, we' re on board. ohio lets us vote. but we would vote no on the city income tax increase. that is, if we had a vote. call the mayor' s office at 216-664-3990 and let him know what you think. i'