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>> laura: breaking news this noon about a school shooting in southwest ohio. butler county sheriff's deputies and middletown police are investigating a shooting at madison high school right now. >> "q": there's a report of at least two victims shot and two medical helicopters at the school. the accused gunman is in custody right now. we will continue to follow this breaking news throughout the afternoon. >> can't believe it. i just can't believe it. my pastor is gone. >> laura: now at noon on cleveland 19 news, a dayton church in mourning after their pastor is shot and killed in church after the final prayer. and the accused gunman is actually his own brother. >> "q": daniel schooler is due in court today accused of
dayton police say daniel schooler shot and killed reverend william schooler in his church study at st. peter's missionary baptist church. investigators say the shooting was a result of a domestic dispute between the brothers. police interviewed several church members believed to be witnesses. >> then we heard pop pop pop pop pop pop pow. that's when everybody started running. my coat and my purse are still in there. all i have, i have to use this walker. and we all ran out. >> "q": congregation members say daniel didn't go to church very often. >> laura: daniel schooler has had a very troubled and violent past. in 2001, daniel was charged with assault with a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon. in 2002, schooler was sentenced to two years in prison for kidnapping and assault for attacking a 27-year-old woman and threatening to kill her. in 2007, schooler attacked a
that case was dismissed but in 2008, two men said schooler threw a hammer at them and charged at them while carrying a six-inch knife. in most of these cases, people said schooler has had mental problems and regularly acts out. >> "q": a 20-year-old turned himself in to police for a hit/skip that happened over the weekend that killed a man. now according to investigators, 60-year-old michael grows was crossing lee road at tarkington avenue. he was not in a marked crosswalk. the 20-year-old did not stop or dial 9-1-1. he has not been charged yet. >> laura: firefighters battled a house fire early think morning on the west side at west 77th right around 4:00 a.m. nobody was home at the time of the fire. the cause is still under investigation. >> "q": cincinnati native otto weimbrier cried as he tried to
political banner in front of the north korean. >> i have made the worst mistake of my life. but please, save me. please. [sobbing] think of my family. >> "q": he claimed a member of a church back home wanted th banner to, quote, be a trophy so he accused of taking the banner from a staff-only section of the hotel where he was staying. the 21-year-old university of virginia student entered the country as a tourist. it's unclear what kind of charges or punishment warmbrier faces right now. in previous cases, people detained in north korea who gave a public confession often denied they did anything wrong once they were let go. >> laura: a southwest ohio native serving a life sentence in lima for killing his roommate and eating part of his brain is under review for parole.
friend in 1978 in a dispute over religion. the ohio parole board could not reach a majority decision. it's now on to a central office review. chapman has been denied parole at least four times. >> "q": charges could be filed today against sylvania teens bullying. a mother says her teen with mental disabilities was forced to lick a push pop that was dunked in a urinal. now the victim had to take medical tests to make sure that he didn't catch any diseases. according to a police report, the students go to mccort road junior high and are under investigation for violating the safe-schools act. now the safe-schools act makes schools. a school district spokesperson says the bullies are still being suspended. plus, remember, students and adults can report information
by calling 1-844-723-3764. >> laura: president obama is honoring an ohio navy seal today with the highest military honor. edward byers helped rescue a u.s. hostage in afghanistan. he will be the 11th living service member to receive the medal of honor. he's from the toledo area. now after 30 years of service, elyria's police chief is retiring. sergeant richard ellis served in many functions during his time department. those include the neighborhood impact unit, detective bureau, special response team, recruiting unit, and, as a patrol sergeant. >> "q": people in parma and nearby can now have around-the had been clock emergency care services. metrohealth is opening a new emergency health facility. the new service will be run by staff with the same level of education, training and certification as those on metrohealth's main campus. >> laura: a new video surfaced
manziel partying at a nightclub in miami. t.m.z. said the video was taken thursday night just hours after dallas police announced that manziel's domestic violence case was going to a grand jury. manziel allegedly hit his exgirlfriend colleen crowley so hard he broke her ear drum. t.m.z. said it reached out to heard back. the browns are expected to cut ties with johnny manziel next week. look for continuing coverage right here and on cleveland19.com and breaking push alerts on the cleveland 19 mobile app. >> "q": all right. well, if this isn't a sign that spring is just around the corner, i don't know what is. opening day is weeks away. five weeks to be exact. and tribe fans started buying hours ago. that includes tickets to opening day which sold out in under an hour. the team made 10,000 tickets available for the april 4 season opener against the red sox. last year, the tribe got backlash for only making 2500
most of those tickets were sold to groups like ticket brokers before being sold to the public. >> laura: all right. coming up on cleveland 19 news, the i.r.s. got hacked and it's reported. see how many americans are affected and who they think did it. last night. coming up, we will talk about the top five things you need to know. cleaning up? well she's called the beyonce of
>> "q": a massive i.r.s. data breach is much bigger than first thought. hackers were able to get sensitive information using the agency's get transcript program. it allows people to check their tax history online. >> not even virginia tax attorney wayne zell was protected from hackers who says stole his identity. >> somebody was trying to claim a refund using my social security number and i knew something was wrong. >> the i.r.s.'s data dump is the latest in a veers of disclosures -- a series of disclosures. in may 2015, the agency reported the criminals accessed some 114,000 taxpayer accounts. the number grew to 334,000. this month, there are as many as 724,000 victims. >> the i.r.s. is frankly not
>> the i.r.s. says hackers used personal information gathered from other online sources like bank accounts to answer personal identity questions on the get transcript forms. one possible culprit, i.r.s. approved tax preparers. one audit found six out of 13 i.r.s. approved companies failed at providing adequate security to customers. >> we are often our own worst enemies because there are times that we don't use proper pass words, we don't use proper security. >> the i.r.s. says it is notifying the hacked taxpayers by mail as well as offering free identity protection for a year. now the online viewing and download feature of get transcript has been suspended since may of 2015. the i.r.s. is working to restore that. but this time, with enhanced security to better protect taxpayers. >> "q": the i.r.s. said in the past it believes the hackers are
>> laura: the cleveland clinic team behind a landmark uterus transplant is expected to share details of the historic operation coming up this week. the 26-year-old patient is reportedly stable and the transplanted uterus came from a deceased organ donor. the operation last wednesday is the first of its kind in u.s. medical history. >> "q": well, straight ahead right here on cleveland 19 news at noon, we are helping you with your spring cleaning. see how you can declutter your life in a matter of minutes. >> samantha: well today would be a great day to do that. right? because it is chilly outside. a good day to stay inside and do chores. it's 38 right now in cleveland. we will talk about whether or not things are going to warm up this week when we come back. >> laura: and today at 4:00, we are talking to a fashion critic. art mckay will be here about the hits and the misses on the red
if you didn't tune in to the academy awards, here are the top five things that you need to know about it today. everybody either loved or hated chris rock's opening monologue. he dressed in a white tuxedo jacket as a nod to the white oscars controversy. leonardo dicaprio finally won an oscar. finally here. he was winning for best actor for the revenant. chris rock's daughters took the opportunity to sell girl scout cookies to the audience that. was funny. the rock also showed stacey dash as a joke. the actress was called on americans to cancel black history month and the b.e.t. network. leonardo. nominations. and finally got -- >> "q": if you haven't watched it, go out and see it. all right. well, many of us have closets that are a mess. or a bedroom that's just a complete disaster. right? i'm going to listen up to this
but getting organized, well it's never been so chic. >> "q": that's what we are hearing. jamie met the best selling author who is back with a new book to help people who want to get their lives in tip top shape. [applause] >> reporter: petite japanese declutterring guru maria condo is larger than life. at a packed book signing for her latest work in new york city, people seem mesmerized by her patented folding method. >> they call had you ewe the beyonce of declutterring. what do you think when you hear that? >> interpreter: i'm amazed that they call me that. >> fans are inspired to clean up physical and emotional space. >> it's appreciating what you have had in your life but not holding on. >> reporter: her approach to down sizing also follows a specific order. first, clothes. then books.
items such as toiletries and kitchen items before moving on to sentimental objects including photographs. >> interpreter: the philosophy is only to keep things that spark joy. the idea may be a simple one but many people have a hard time letting go. so i saw your room. you needed this book. >> i desperately need this book, yes. >> interpreter: the goal of my message is not to discard everything that surrounds you, but instead to really figure out what makes you happy. >> reporter: and she urges people to quietly thank the things they throw away it's something that's not just about organizing. it's really about what you want in life, what your priorities are and having a joyful life. >> her followers believe once their homes are in order, their lives will be, too. >> samantha: that will make you want to go home and literally clean everything. because, that's what i want to do as soon as this newscast is over.
feizel roof-cam, if you are going to be staying outside or inside today, maybe open the blinds. we finally got some sun tout there. it's 38 , but it's very breezy. it's been a windy day. it's not quite as windy as it was yesterday, but you definitely notice it when you walk outside. there's the sunshine we are talking about. fair skies as you travel farther west. out to the east, we are still hanging on to some thicker cloud cover. but, i expect that you will start to see a little bit more sunshine as we approach 1:00. nice. right? it's not as nice as it was yesterday. but, decent day out there. mid 40s for today with that partial clearing taking place through the afternoon. it will stay breezy this afternoon and then we cloud right back up for tonight. we are going to have a cold front off to our north and that's going to help bring us a little bit more in the way of cloud cover. maybe even bring us a brief wintry mix after sunset.
don't expect any impact from this. it's more tomorrow that we are watching for. we will start off tomorrow morning at about 5:00. we are dry. so, your morning commute, we shouldn't have any problems and tomorrow morning's commute will not be as windy as it was out there this morning. i'm taking you through midday. really nothing going on for much of the day tomorrow. but watch what happens after 2:00. we start to get some rain moving in from our west and southwest. that will continue through the evening commute. , so the evening commute is going to be soggy tomorrow. and then as we get some colder air in here after sunset, we will likely mix in a little bit of freezing rain and maybe even a wintry mix of rain and snow. this is something that's going to have to be very closely watched. so, tomorrow afternoon, it will be important to watch jeff. he will be live tracking it all for you on the air so that you know what to expect for your drive home. overnight tuesday, we transition over to all snow and we keep
hours of wednesday. so, second half of tuesday through the first half of wednesday travel could be a little bit slippery. we want you to be aware of that. then it gets colder, guys. yesterday the high was 64. i hate to be the bearer of bad news. but, wednesday, the high, 31. >> "q": geez. >> samantha: that's march 2, by the way. >> laura: that's less than half. >> samantha: i know. 30 on thursday with the chance for snow showers. you know, we couldn't keep this spring-like weather forever but if you are feeling a little down after looking at that seven-day, next weakest especially tuesday on, is looking a lot warmer. so -- i'll keep my fingers crossed that that trend holds. >> "q": i was going to say, you've done a good job. you've kept us warm for a good week. >> samantha: i can't take total responsibility, guys. >> "q": thank you very much, sam. >> laura: thanks, sam. well, there is still more to come on cleveland 19 news at noon. >> "q": yes. spring training. a walk-on made an appearance at steinbrenner field.
>> "q": all right. well, while some players are concentrating on stealing bases in spring training, the yankees are concerned about another type of bandit. >> laura: this is fun, too. stadium personnel spent 20 minutes yesterday trying to catch a raccoon camped out in the net right behind the plate. a stadium operations employee was sent up in a crane to retrieve the animal who was just hanging out on the top of the net there. after several failed attempts, the groundcrew member knocked the raccoon down off the net with a metal stick sending the animal to fall more than 40 feet. the pesky critter took off into the stands eluding capture and if we could just say oh, my gosh, that also adorable. he's like can someone bring me a hot dog? >> "q": that raccoon was a men as. >> samantha: he just wanted to watch the game, guys. kind of like us. we are ready for baseball. >> laura: he thought he had a good seat.
the best seat in the house. right? 46 for today. we got a little sun out there right now. i think we will see more of the skies through the afternoon, but lit tomorrow through wednesday, that's when things could get a little bit slippery. if you missed my update on that just a few minutes ago, be sure 4:00. jeff will have more. >> "q": jeff's working hard right now back there. he will have the forecast ready for you. thank you. thank you for joining us this noon. the young and the restless is up next. thanks for watching. have a great day. five years ago, the greater cleveland community was horrified to learn about the strangulation deaths of eleven innocent women at the hands of serial killer, anthony sowell. their bodies were found in and around his imperial avenue home on the city' s eastside. victim' s families, sometimes
disinterested. listened to testimony that led to his conviction. now, with the gall and disdain he displayed in court, sowell is asking the ohio supreme court he claims he didn' t get a fair trial because of intense media coverage. why, in the name of justice is he being allowed to drudge up the heart-wrenching details and horrors of his murderous acts? cleveland has paid a high enough cost in pain and treasure, more than 500-thousand dollars in public defender bills. remember, he was convicted of killing eleven women, raping and assaulting even more. cuyahoga county prosecutors call sowell' s latest move " gamesmanship." if his appeal is allowed to go forward, this community will get played again. i'
>> well, the options are endless, really. local, destination, somewhere in between. of course, the time of year will play a huge factor. oh, which reminds me, uh, are you absolutely wedded -- excuse the pun -- to peonies as your flower of choice? because their season is relatively short in comparison -- victoria? >> victoria: oh. i'm sorry. my fianc\ wanted to be a part of this meeting. and i'm just wondering what's keeping him. >> billy: there's only one way to make this nightmare go away, jack. you go to the police. >> jack: i can't do that. >> billy: you have to. you take the evidence that luca that's it. victor goes down for bringing marco into your life, into all our lives. >> jack: it's not as simple as you think. >> billy: it doesn't get any simpler than this.