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antarctic blast. >> romona: along with cold come another blast for the weekend. jeff tanchak tracking all in the first alert weather center. >> jeff: biggest arctic punch arrives over the weekend as well. let's show you the radar. heavy lake-effect snow winding down. we still have a few showers and geauga and portage county and travel overall will be better tonight than what it was last night. but then tomorrow afternoon through the day saturday a new lake-effect snow watch. it extends to northwest pennsylvania. i do expect lake-effect snow across most of the area tomorrow night with this front. so it will be light snow tonight and very cold in spots where the clouds break up, ie, inland and an alert for snow, wind and frigid temperatures and the coldest yet on saturday with dangerous wind chills. we are 17 now in cleveland.
cuyahoga county and 16 brecksville. you saw a couple of inches of snow today. 15 at 8:00 and dropping down to 12 at midnight downtown between 12 and 15 degrees. but then that next shot of arctic air by the weekend, perfect timing for the ice festival in medina and that's where we find dani carlson out in the cold. dani? >> reporter: you know what, jeff, that is one good thing. but when you say it will get even colder it is a bit frightening to me. as you know we are at the ice festival. they are prepping and getting it ready for us. the good part there's no chance the ice sculptures will not melt. >> now that the snow is cleared up, the focus is on the chill. with temps in the teens we ask people how they deal with the cold. the answers, bundle up, stay indoors and use common sense and everyone we spoke with, they
>> we have had a nice winter so far. i won't complain. >> i guess we have to buck up. it is par for the course. >> it is wintertime. what do you expect? >> reporter: obviously, it is very important to take precautions if you plan to be outside especially any period of time. you want to make sure to wear a lot of layers and not have any exposed skin because frostbite sets in at about 28 degrees and as you heard jeff say we will be far below that for the next couple of days common sense, stay indoors as much as you possibly can. live, dani carlson, cleveland 19. >> romona: you definitely want to download the free first alert app ahead of the weekend's snow and cold and get your personal forecast, live radar and so much more right from your phone. now a story surrounding the tamir rice case getting national attention. >> mark: an ambulance bill after police shot and killed the 12-year-old. today harry boomer got the
>> reporter: how did all of this happen? three words: standard operating procedures. more on that in a moment. but mayor frank jackson at city hall finding himself putting out another fire when it comes to the tamir rice shooting case. >> we will start off again apologizing to the rice family, if in fact, this is added to any grief or pain that they may have. >> reporter: another mea-culpa from mayor frank jackson as he deals with a firestorm that erupted over the perception that the city is billing the rice family for $500 for ems service billed after tamir rice was shot and kill bid the police. >> we have not in the past or in the future will bill the rice family for transport services. >> reporter: that's the short of it. the details how and why the issue came up after being closed by the city.
assessment of division and willses followed the standard routine process. when he received this letter to file the invoice for the air ambulance transportation services with the probate court. >> reporter: that standard and routine process left the city with egg on its face looking insensitive. >> we had already written it off. we had collected what we would collected from the insurer and we closed the case. there was never a bill september to the rice family. >> reporter: the question arose time and time again how did it slip through the cracks. >> as mr. boomer said high profile incident, then someone, yes, should have identified it and taken it to their boss and next supervisor. >> reporter: the mayor has not yet reached out to the tamir rice family nor has anybody else saying there are legal obligations he has with the city. he can't really do anything
taken care of. after that he will probably reach out to tim and melissa williams. >> reporter: harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> romona: ever since the story broke about the ambulance bill there's been a lot of reaction on social media. dan deroos joins us with what people are saying about this. >> dan: romona, you can imagine before it was fully explained there was never a bill sent, people were spewing hate as can you imagine, at the city of cleveland. let's look at this. rescinding tamir rice collection suit the city spews a variation of not our fault theme. we can go to this comment. this woman said there was plenty of time to stop this. no one did. apparently that's par for the course. one more from reverend erik and says cleveland withdrew the claim but in automatic process, come on.
claims not buying it. as you can imagine a lot of people upset of what it looked like in the beginning by an insensitive move by the city of cleveland. romona? >> romona: all right we have the mayor's news conference on the cleveland 19 app and a statement from the family's lawyer and background information. download our app. >> mark: an alert in ohio city. a woman says she escaped from a would-be carjacker happening tuesday night west of 30th and sackett. the victim left charlie's place bar and started her s.u.v. and a man with a gun tried to get in. she laid on the horn and the guy jumped in the back of a silver kia soul and a man was caught robbing a man on west 14th near clark. police made a second arrest in the murder of a kent state freshman. the suspect is a freshman from massillon charged in the murder of nicholas massa. he died at the ryan place apartment sunday.
17-year-old, still high school student held without bond. a health alert now in akron tonight. someone at north high school has tuberculosis. but who remains a mystery. sia nyorkor reports that's causing concern. >> reporter: patricia young was visiting and heard the news, a confirmed case of tuberculosis at north high school. >> they have not said nothing to me. >> reporter: are you a parent? >> yes, i am. i just dropped my daughter off lunch. >> are you nervous. >> yeah. i think i will go get my child. >> reporter: just after lunch thursday another parent said he heard and wasn't taking any chances. >> we just heard something about it. my son has disabilities and stuff and i took him out of school. i don't want him getting it it. nobody knows how many have been infected. so far just one is quarantined. >> reporter: the case was reported to the health department 10 days ago. due to hipa laws, the person will not be identified.
us about the person that contacted it. >> that the person is doing well. >> the health department does not know where tuberculosis came from. it is investigating. last year there were 12 confirmed cases in summit county, none related. with treatment tb could be cleared in 6 to 12 months. >> for us, worst-case scenario would be someone infected with tuberculosis that was resistant to the medicines used to treat it. >> schools should have been closed. it was 4 degrees with the wind chill. and the tuberculosis thing goes on. i agree with them. school should have been closed today. >> reporter: over the next several days summit county public health will notify those who may have been exposed directly and those affected will be notified by mail within a week. >> reporter: in akron, sia nyorkor, cleveland 19. >> mark: okay, sia, thank you. most people infected with
tuberculosis don't have symptoms and may not actually need treatment. when there are symptoms they include cough, feeling sick or weak and fever. tuberculosis is a top killer worldwide as far as infectious disease goes. romona? >> romona: a year ago we told about you a little girl proving she has a really big heart raising money for the hospital that helped her baby brother. now, she's at it again and this time they helped her in the past year. romona's kids. >> and the staff here was amazing to her. they gave her a brave cape. they made her feel comfortable and safe here. >> as i thank you, she is a change this year. >> jillian rose was rushed to akron children's hospital three times this past year. she is giving back by raising raising $300 for the hospitals annual radio-athon as a change
family, friends and entire canton elementary school. they had three fundraisers where kids paid a quarter to come to class in costume. >> and dressed like princesses and super heroes. sports. >> our children are very involved in our radio-athon. they are the heart of why we do this. it is children giving back to children. >> by the way jillian's baby brother william had his feeding tube removed and is now eating and drinking on his own. that's great news. yet another reason to be thankful to akron children's hospital. >> 98.1 has been doing the change bandit for a very long time. that's very cool. >> romona: and the huge hearts of our children. it never ceases to amaze you. never. >> mark: up next justice for aliza almost three years after her downtown murder another delay in justice today. friends continue to show their
live from cleveland's newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent in kent. this is cleveland 19 news. >> romona: yet another delay in finding justice for aliza sherman. police arrested her lawyer in connection with the case but his arraignment for today was postponed. somebody stabbed aliza. >> jeff moore was supposed to be indictment. no sign of him. aliza's friends wearing their ever present aliza buttons were. >> it is so sad. we waited a long time for this day to come. and here there's a continuance.
>> we went to moore's sagamore hills home. the sherman indication is the highest profile he faces charges of making bomb threats to cuyahoga probate courts and lake and geauga counties. charges in the sherman case are serious. >> prosecutors say moore texted aliza sherman before and after she was killed saying he was waiting for her in his office and phone records and key cards show he left his office and returned an hour later. >> as we knocked two dogs barked and someone looking from the side room and no one answered. an answering machine played a generic message listed for moore on his law license, a license he still holds. >> i am furious about it. i don't understand it. i would like somebody to explain to me why he is practicing law. >> reporter: we can't lose sight moore is convicted of anything. >> she was a beautiful soul and she will never be forgotten.
anniversary of aliza's murder is march 24th. bomb threats date back to 2012. paul orlousky, cleveland 19. >> mark: orlo, thanks. tonight lakewood city council will hold a special meeting to discuss lakewood city hospital. in-patient services ended last week. the cleveland clinic plans to build a health center. a petition to repeal a ordinance closing lakewood hospital and members want it on the ballot. we will be meeting and tell you what happens on cleveland 19 news at 9:00 and 11:00. >> mark: here we go. this looks different from last night. >> jeff: we have to wait for the next front. around this time tomorrow we will kick it into gear again. just what you want to hear. i am ready for it. friday night, saturday night, even through the day saturday
we have more lake-effect and bitter, bitter cold on the way. 17. and you know, this 17 had be mild compared to saturday. all right. we briefly warm a little bit tomorrow. we will sneak back up to the 20s before the next front. the lake-effect continues to wind down. just leftover stuff here. let me switch to live scan. a shower approaching berea, seven hills and north royalton and north broadview heights. inch or less of snow. the wind turns west mainly along the lakeshore and east of cleveland down to 13. now, i expect the clouds to break up further inland. so that's why akron-canton i have you dropping to 4 degrees. 4. and you have, you know, at least 6, 7 inches of snow on the ground akron-canton and a lot of people saw heavy snow with that squall line that rolled through last night it pretty much went
viewing area and boy, it caused a lot of issues. most of the day tomorrow will be dry but then after 4:00 or so, here is 6:00 tomorrow. bam. we will have snow in the area with the next front and this snow could be heavy at times and lake-effect kicks in behind it. 23 for the high. the wind picks up south to southwest 15 to 30 and here is 7:00 tomorrow evening, snow and the lake-effect kicks in. the wind goes northwest and just like last night it will spread the snow around. travel could become pretty treacherous. tomorrow night, through the day on saturday and even into saturday evening. now, my forecast just tomorrow night alone you could see a widespread 1 to 4 inches. this is where i think the heaviest snow will be ashtabula county and easter lake and eastern geauga and northern
and more coming on saturday. so not only will we deal with the bitter cold but also the lake-effect snow. so tomorrow night the alert. to 4 inches in the cleveland area. below zero wind chills developing and bad travel. saturday's high 10 lake-effect snow, wind, dangerous wind chills into saturday night although the wind will start to die down as saturday night wears on. valentine's day looking dry. 21. sunday night and monday this will be a lighter snow and notice how temperatures warm. we will be in the upper 30s on monday. 35 tuesday. some light snow in the morning and we could see another alert wednesday with snow showers. there appears to be a much bigger warm up by next weekend. next weekend. >> romona: glad he bumped up that temperature on valentine's day. >> jeff: from 9 to 10. oh, valentine's day 21. that's right.
we are all going out. >> mark: there you go. well done. >> romona: that won't fly. >> romona: tony. >> tony: lebron admitted he doesn't know what happened to the shoes kobe gave him back in the day. no problem, bryant gave him another pair. we will show you that scene. it is another year but buckeyes leading the way again.
before offering what cavs need to do before winning a title. kobe won five and throwing down 17 points, giving lebron a hug and final bow, the cavaliers must figure out a way to share the wealth. >> the biggest challenge for them is being able to change the sides of the floor continuously and move the ball continuously. it becomes very difficult in the playoffs with individual players with lebron and kyrie and it is easy to give them the ball and everybody watch. that was the beauty of playing for phil, myself and michael because we were ball dominant and he was bullish and, you know, more stubborn than us getting us to move the ball and change sides of the floor. if cleveland gets to the point and attacking the back side and become extremely lethal, which is the way golden state plays as well. >> great stuff.
the nfl combine and hard to miss scarlett and gray. 14 buckeyes will storm the combine, the most of any college program and the defensive end making the push to be the number one pick in the draft. ezekiel eliott could be second taken and interesting player cardale jones did not finish the season as starter but will dazzle nfl teams with the skills. the combine kicks off in india on the 24th. i started with lebron and kobe and finish with lebron and kobe and he made one more stop at the q to drop something off in the cavs locker room and these, you know health care will keep. >> i need those in my case for sure.
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