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coming nearly 6 hour long standoff over in ballpark. the final days of the olympics and what we can expect at today's games of the closing ceremonies. while quarter kingdom will be closing we take a look at what is next. overnight involving a standoff pembroke park the
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another man barricaded himself inside. >>reporter: this all started late last night when police did not get a response from the man inside the house they sent in a robots and they say they found out that the man had taken his own life. it happened on richard drive. they received a call and said the man was shot in the head in the shooter barricaded himself in a cell where he lived with his girlfriend and two children. people thought the kids were still inside the home but that turned out to not be the case. at one point of the people gathered demonstrate to see what was happening. >> i grew up in this neighborhood and this is a main street. pastor here and is unbelievable is happening here. it is shocking -- we passed
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it's a quiet neighborhood usually. >> and video shooter was called in and people that they can hear people calling afternoon karl atkins that they had a port for his arrest. police have not released his name yet but all they have said he is a 37-year-old man. when we get more details will get them to you. i'm coming up we will fill you in on how this al the last day of the rio olympics and plenty plans for the closing ceremonies. jake great reports as team usa wraps up.
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ryan lofty admits there was no robbery. >> i exaggerated the story. >> team usa continues to strive for goal. the first american to win the 100 and years. when jordan's and was the first ever for us athletes and the men's and women's 400 relay turning alex felix -- >> with today being the last day at the olympics there are plenty of athletes to root for
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>>reporter: reporting from rio we mentioned the last time it is the last day but that doesn't mean the buckeyes are dead. there are some guys that may bring home the gold. >> it starts this morning with the men's marathon. what an incredible guy cleveland with his family but is competing for the republic of congo which is where he was born and became a refugee and the cleveland catholic charities moved him and his family to cleveland and he graduated from lakewood high school and that was where he started running for sport. he got here to the olympics so he is good. but through denison university
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a lot of people raised -- race marathon for 500 his best time is two hours 20 minutes and 50 seconds. >> according to my laundry and that time. >> we will follow him and make sure he does well to take. he has a great story. >>reporter: and another guy that will bring home gold, a buckeye wrestling in the 97 kg division kyle snyder the youngest world champion in world history defeated the gold medalist from london. we are expecting big things from him. i mentioned we had a chance to bring home some gold. said another gold medal highly irving competing in the men's basketball gold medal. he came here because he wanted to go home with a medal.
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we are cheering for him and routing it on.>> we had a good olympics here for the buckeye state and hope we can finish strong. as you can see nice and sunny in real -- rio. what about today here? >> here's what you will notice, it will be cooler although we start in the upper 60s and low to mid 70s he will only top out in the mid-to upper 70s later on and also tracking some raindrops for you not only in the eastern edge of cuyahoga county but if waking up in lake county seeing light showers, ashtabula i would suggest the
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shot of the day. temperatures will tumble to 70 x 9 a.m. and lunchtime mid-70s highs upper 70s and the winds are going to be a big weather story. we'll talk about the recurrence risk and where we can see the highest risk for recurrent coming up next few minutes. while quarter kingdom will close for good on labor day two and the fise the question is what to do with the land that provided so many fun summers. we spoke with the mayor inches at aurora in cambridge haven't talking to cedar fair on the land and talking about next youth development. commercial retail and residential report block is on the discussion and interest remains high for a folding for a movie production studio. two weeks ago powerful
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out power to thousands and across thousands of dollars for zagara's marketplace. yesterday people and customers came out to pay it forward for the decades old market. with the police had a cookout event yesterday afternoon but it was more than a party. it had resources for victims and families affected by domestic violence and text-it had families of domestic problems are are trying to manage day to day expenses school supplies can be difficult for a local organization is working to ease the burden. the third love peace and so fast was in full
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the only for their free packs and school supplies for free haircuts, food and entertainment. organizers say it is making sure the children know they have the support of the community. >> it is not about race are you think it's the people coming together and enjoying the last few days of summer and having the foundation and positive memory to go back to school. more than 150 per packs were given away. coming out. as a california wildfire continues what is causing the fire to spread? a video of a car accident
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california continues. cedar fire has grown to more than 14 has grown to more than 14,000 acres and it is not expected to be content for nearly one month. alex fisher has the story. >>reporter: it is a frightening scene with an unknown ended. said it is like a war movie. >> instead of sitting down and watching it and watch it in person. molecular and his mom are scared flames engulfed their home. >> that dark cloud is my home. >>reporter: trees killed by peels is providing the cedar fire with plenty of fuel. a huge problem that is too, to california as firefighters battle wildfires across the golden state.
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solaris county firefighters are stationed throughout the mountains taking action to save homes. tensions remained high not knowing what mother nature has left in store. >> these claims is close by are going to defend glendale? >> the five continues to consume everything and it leaves everything -- little hope for residents.>> i know thousands of other homes will be gone two. >> according to the us for service no structures have been damaged or destroyed by the cedar fire but it is burning near homes. video out of arkansas, a 19- year-old gets free from his costs in the back of a police cruiser but as he is moving around the police car crashes flipping the car and throwing the teen out the back window. the officer was hospitalized and no word on his condition and the suspect ran from the cd
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no word on the cause. to politics, pollen shows republican donald trump lagging significantly behind hillary clinton among minority voters. he is trying to change that at a rally in northern virginia on saturday trump called on his party to do a better job appealing to african-american voters and said he wants an inclusive party. there he met with his new national just as much hispanic analyze introducing the world's first all suite business class. private parts that are a common feature will be aboard some delta flights primarily flights with the flight time of more than 12 hours. they will be debuted in the fall of 2017. coming up how you can do away with the wallet and save money doing it.
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cleveland yesterday there was an ocean of blue outside with all the toronto fans. for today we are expecting 1010 after 1 pm . 78 degrees and it will be breezy. let's hope some of the wind blows a couple of the indian balls out of the park for a
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>> it was literally probably a 5 to 10 mile kayak on the cuyahoga river. it was awesome. >> i have never gone. >> one of these weekends we are doing it. >> when we show up at your door we are lost. >> it is one of those things that it was so gorgeous to run along the shoreline but it's one of those things where to out for because you will feel the wind out there and kick up some weight action. also some of the rivers. watch out. i have not had a better upper body workout than to go kayaking. my arms feel like they will fall off. winds from the west between 10 to 20 miles per hour
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higher between 3 to 5 feet and one of the reason there is a small craft advisory. we are noticeably cooler today than we were yesterday in a stray shower chance to stay in the mix and in late week warm-up. upper 60s lower 70s but right along the lake shore in ashtabula county and eastern edge of cuyahoga county around 90 we are tracking rain showers that the bigger picture showing of the cold front that moved through we call it a cold front because much cooler air is situated behind that cold front and you will feel that air but notice it where we are noticing the initiation zone and it is a slow-moving cold fronts. will hold onto the chance for a couple of sports of rate and by
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game at progressive field things a decent by that point and into the evening and isolated shower or two possible but not likely. if you had out to sandusky and cedar point watch out for a stray shower or two with winds gusting at times. to afternoon just a small chance of an isolated sprinkle. temperatur mid to upper 70s but i think a few of us could touch 80 with the isolated shower chance the winds from the west into upper 60s overnights. showing you sunshine tomorrow and we could see a stray shower early in the morning on monday and late in the day to night and by tuesday things look good and look what happens mid to late week
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6:30 am and new details involving a standoff and brought part after someone shot another man and barricaded himself inside a home for six hours. alyssa raymond is following the story. what can you tell us?>> this whole thing started with an argument in the driveway
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girlfriend and her sister's boyfriend the suspect pulled out a gun and shot the other man in the head. happen here on richard drive and if the shooting the suspect into his home and were not come out. please send a robot inside and said that's when they found out he had taken his life. dozens of people gather to watch while it unfolded. here's what they had to say. proper way and that's what we do. doesn't happen a lot to brooke parker >> it's scary but it's like well. you don't picture it happening here. but police have not released any names of anyone involved the people did hear police calling out a name carl atkins inside the home over and over again. all they really is a man
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glad no one else got hurt. as the world gets ready to watch the last day of the summer olympics channel 3 takes a look down memory lane. good morning we are on the final day. it's been a long month but a short month and we decided to be cool to share three things for channel. that we will miss once we leave here perspective has been a great trip. i think three things hinted on the head.
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the beauty. the brazilian steakhouse and getting to take in some culture and cuisine that was fun. one of my favorite things we saw was the celeron steps. a new tourist destination but a bunch of tiled steps in a beautiful piece of artwork in the middle of rio. my third thing that would have to be the music. whenever we heard music or boston nova i love the drums and the tropical cents and i guess everyone is excited. it's a true authentic brazilian feel. >> bringing desperate the mountain and the breathtaking views. it kept the coach city and not revealed all in one.
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coastal and ocean and some mountains. it was a breathtaking view. you had to take the cable car up separate times. the difficult thing is the melting pot. you bring people in from all over the world speaking all different languages with different customs and cultures and put it together and everyone showing their pride which is as wearing our shirts showing our pride for the us olympic team. my third thing will be the bus ride. i will miss waiting on the bus not having to drive and not knowing how long it will take you to get someplace. sometimes it was 20 minutes sometimes an hour. it is crowded and hot and sticky and you are holding on and that was a thrill. >> that was fun. >> cedar point may want to look at this for a ride. >> this is the last day, but it
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coming up later on we will break down a couple of guys we have to go. but even on today the last day. i don't know about you but will had me at stinky bus ride. i am so jealous i didn't get to go to rio. time. i am jealous. >> i am all about the cultural food and cuisine and i know they were eating good down there . again you can walk the closing -- watch the closing ceremonies right here on channel 3 later this evening . let's talk about the weather. yesterday we were near 90 but we will be very far from that today. it will be noticeably cooler
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lower 70s to get the morning going and most of a strike but not all of us. joining us on the southern edge of lake county into ashtabula along 19 we are tracking light showers this morning and over the next 12 hours to wake up to a little more cloud coverage and breaks in the clouds by lunchtime and then after four or 5:00 pm an uptick in the cloud coverage and we can see a stray shower or two by that time. temperatures falling only into the 70s for highs today and it will be another cooler day tomorrow with more sunshine in the 70s. i can't believe i am saying this but i am already looking forward to the near 90 degrees heat later in the work week. this is not poor weather. i want to hold onto every last moment of summer. >> you know what is coming.
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priced around the quarter. -- corner. sport is coming up next. can the indians come up with a win? we take a look at one of the many ways cleveland is
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indians and jay's wrap up the series of progressive field today. last night they came close to tying up that way last night with a come-from-behind victory last night in front of therefore sell out crowd it does not happen. mainly because josh tomlin can't keep the ball in the park
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second home five, nothing after three indians come back. rodney had a great at-bats and god. -- edwin takes him out. deep to the bleachers. tomlin lost four straight. bottom nine rematch from two ni indians win six, five and 70 and 51 but the good news the tigers lose said the indians remain seven games up. >> the olympics is over today and last night the full night last -- lascola the competition. men's final lake running for canada and finishing 10th.
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in three minutes and 50.2 seconds becoming the first athlete to win an olympic 1500 gold medal since 1908. >> let's talk about brandon. >> it was this strange as final as ever been in that all the positioning. assertive moving up in forcing everyone to but me out but i'm happy with it. >> men's 4 x 400 m relay gold medal was lashawn merritt watching anchor to bring it home to the us. the us takes gold with 200 5730 jamaica takes over. number 24 2012 the us had 16 out of seven in this event. women's 4 x 4 gold-medal final mr gold for the usa winning six consecutive gold-medal allyson
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minutes 19.06 seconds. the most decorated women's and olympic track and field history. >> more coming up to date in your essay on the hardwood men's basketball kari irving
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this week our digital team is going around cleveland and showing us t kim wendel shows us how water plays a major role in cleveland. >>reporter: have used in cleveland lately? if you haven't you certainly have heard about the city that was born on the shores of the great lake erie 120 years ago. the lakefront city this summer alone celebrated the cold cup champions the lake erie monsters hockey team that change your name to the
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place and hungry further own championship season. the cavaliers with lebron james won the nba championship and 1.3 million people filled the streets during the parade. water plays a huge role in the life of clevelanders. the rock and roll hall of fame sits comfortably by the boarding area has its own submarine permanently docked here, uss card and the great lakes science center keeps the fog outside as everyone seems to want the picture with the landmark. even with the public square with whimsy and water delights the crowd. water makes it mark all over downtown cleveland and the statue of cleveland mayor
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check out these images. a tornado over piedmont ohio an hour north of data. damage across four counties and the word of injuries. >> even though it was tornado, it is a bit of damage with power lines and it is that time of year will be are starting to change the seasons. i hate to say that. >> what i love when we are changing seasons is the clouds. they are just beautiful. >> especially right over the water. it comes in so many different shapes and sizes. it is gorgeous.
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>> you and i that will be our goal. we will embrace the cold and snow it will be our thing. we will turn over a new leaf. we will become winter people. >> that may be a challenge. >> speaking of those going out as summer, feel free to do so today but if you suffer from wheat allergens make sure you double up on the antihistamine. other than that temperatures upper 60s low 70s and tracking the rain showers. grab your umbrellas and heading out the door. it is in response to a cold
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of the cold front is where we track more showers that these cold fronts, behind them were air will move in a notice that directly behind the cold front it is dry. after the showers move through we are drive to the majority of the afternoon but notice the wraparound moisture surrounding area of low pressure for i think e tonight. let's get you to the dayton after lunchtime more showers pushing off towards the east and drive around noon. into the afternoon we have the wraparound moisture post through we may see his body shower or two to the late evening and by your day tomorrow on monday morning and afternoon i think future view over doing it a little the papacy more sunshine and dryer air tomorrow. temperatures today in the mid-
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trade the winds between 10 to 20 miles per hour and as the evening hours 25 miles per hour . a blustery afternoon with waves on the water. 3 to 5 feet. monday tuesday and wednesday start of the next work week and looks excellent. thursday is the next shot for showers and some storms and as of this point next weekend never too soon to plan for it looks good. access to the game schedule brought to you by ohio's number one hospital, cleveland clinic. on nbc daytime coverage gold are handed out in the men's volleyball and on the court men's basketball final plus in track and field the men's 10,000 m final. that is your access to today's summer game finals brought to you by
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after an exhilarating few weeks and real it remains the biggest blemish on the games and embarrassing episode involving one of team usa's highest profile athletes ryan lochte and other teammates. ryan lochte is opening up with matt lauer. >> utility on the phone said they are victims here. and re safe and in the please press conference they said victims, vandals. how do you feel about that? >> it how you want to make it look like whether you call it a robbery or extortion or us paying just for the damages. all we know is there was a gun pointed in our direction and we were commanded to give money.
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someone spoke english walked over and offered to help translate this altercation and he made it clear that the security guard was telling the four of you that you need to pay for that stuff before you leave here or i will call the police. and you understood that. >> yes. >> we had to give the money for effect at that point you are striking a deal damage to cost so that he doesn't call the police and it doesn't become a bigger incident. >> we just wanted to get out of there. there was a gun pointed in our direction. we wanted to get out of there as quick as possible and the only way we knew was this guy saying we had to give him money. we gave him money and gave out. >> the first version you told
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of rio and the version we hear now is much more about a negotiated settlement to cover up some dumb behavior. >> that is why i'm taking full responsibility is because they over exaggerated the story and if i had never done a we wouldn't be in this mess they those guys would never be in rio . then of this would have happened and it was behavior. >> you can catch that entire interview on nbc news.com. how a sinkhole can impact your commute if you take the
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we're seeing it on the 21st. 7:00 am thanks for being with us. hopefully you are getting a cup of coffee are heading out the door and we want to update you on the weather forecast because it is feeling a little cooler out there. michael has a check on the weather. >> estimate we made it to near 90 and today not even close. mid-70s for us but what you will feel is the winds. the winston west between 10 and 20 m p between 3 to 5 footers. if you think it is my sunday i'm headed to the beach, just keep in mind that because of the wind with seat large waves. when the waves crash onto the shore that creates a suction motion back out into the lake known as a rip current and as
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water. if you are caught near a recurrence keep in mind you don't want to fight if you want to yell for help and swim out of the current and debt and -- menchie. they say swim parallel. just a heads up. mid-to upper 70s. we will talk about when the temperatures are going to back near 90. >> i love the heat. make it last. >> for christmas i want 70 degrees. will want to turn to developing news overnight involving a standoff in brook park. the suspect was shot and another man barricaded himself inside a home for nearly 6
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>>reporter: the standoff ended after police did not get a response from the man inside the house that the please send a robot inside and then they said they saw the man had taken his own life. it started around 7:00 pm last night and wrapped up this morning. happened here on richmond drive the police crews received a call saying a man was shot and had and the shooter barricaded himself in his home whhe two children. police thought the kids were still inside the home with him and that turned out not to be the case. at one point dozens of people gathered down the street to see what happened. >> i grew up in this neighborhood and this is one of the main streets. we passed through here and it's unbelievable. it is shocking especially this time of night
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it is a quiet neighborhood but nothing happens here. >>reporter: and negotiator was called in and people say they heard police yelling over a loudspeaker into the home for a carl atkins. they said that over and over again. police have not released the suspect's name or any other names involved. all they has set is that the man inside the home that took his own life was 37 years old. coming up at 7:30 am we will talk to about what started this outside the me night. we are also waiting to learn more about the victim and his condition. we will wait to hear that. it is the last day of the summer olympics and there is plenty plant for today's closing ceremony.
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up a historic performance. >> it was my immature behavior. let in an interview with matt lauer, ryan lochte admits there was no robbery in rio. >> read over exaggerated the story and if i had never done that we wouldn't be in this mess. >>reporter: as the games come to an end to win the 400 years. but the men's and women's 4 x 400 relay turning alex felix into an historic gold medal the most by any female athletes and tracking of history. the american woman grabbed gold
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try to do the same against serbia. no gold medals as many as this one. brazil with the soccer. the closing ceremonies will begin this evening on channel 3 and o'clock p.m. passed to the host of the next summer games. get ready for tokyo. back at home our rowers whilst working demo close for good on labor day to and the final season and the question is what to do with that land that has provided so many fun summers. we spoke with the mayor and she says are wrong and bainbridge have been talking with cedar point parent company cedar fair who owns the land about mixed- use development which the combination of commercial,
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a boardwalk is part of the discussion. interest remains high for having a movie productions studio. two weeks ago powerful storms please do northeast ohio kicking out power and cost thousands of dollars in lost groceries. for family owned zagara's marketplace. yesterday people at customers came out to pay it forward to the decade old community may stay -- mainstay. a group flooded letters and cash to curtail the storm related losses. tukwila police put together an effort with a cook at event in tremont linkin park yesterday. included resources for victims and families affected by domestic violence and six chrysler -- sex crimes. a sinkhole has shut down the rta greenline and shaker heights. this is the scene at shaker
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center. rta officials as the light will be closed until at least wednesday and in the meantime buses will cover the root shaker square and green road and you can check out wkyc.com for continuous updates. all trying to manage a day to day living expenses adding the cost of school supplies can be difficult for families. a local organization working to ease the burden and bring the community together. the third love, peace and soul fast was in full and lorraine. that only were their free book bags and school supplies but free haircuts, food and entertainment. organizers say it is about making sure the children know they have the full support of the community. is not about race it's that people coming together and enjoying the last few days of summer and having that foundation a positive memory to go back to school.
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children in the rain. carrying the flag, how simone biles reacted to be asked to be the flag bearer for the closing ceremonies. the final day in 2016 summer games in the preview a
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and is the last day in the 2016 summer olympics and there are plenty of athletes to root for ties to the buckeye state. sara shookman and will has more
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>>reporter: certainly mention the last time it is the last date that doesn't mean the buckeyes are done. there are some guys with the possibility of bringing home a gold. >> a few more ohio connections and start this morning with the men's marathon. what an incredible guy, had a chance to meet him. he lives in cleveland with his family but he is competing for the republic of congo. it's where he was born and he became a refugee in uganda moved the and -- to cleveland. that was where he started running and lakewood high school. he is good at it because he got here to the olympic level went through denison university and a record setter and he competes this morning and the men's marathon. a lot of people race marathons for fun and is best time is two hours 20 minutes and 50 seconds.
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that amount of time. >> we will follow him a mixture he does well today. he has a great story. >> another guy looking to bring home gold, a buckeye wrestling later today in the 97 kg division, kyle snyder the youngest world champion in us history defeated the gold medalist from london and we are expecting good things from him. gold. and hiring irving competing with team usa gold-medal games today. he came here because he wanted to go home with a metal. that is the only thing that can make this your better for him. he already has his championship in cleveland. we are cheering for him. >> we had a good olympics for the buckeye state and let's finish strong and bring a
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we have great news for american gymnast simone biles. she will carry the american flag during closing ceremonies tonight. team usa announced her selection on twitter. she is the first american gymnast to win four gold medals in a single olympic games. the statement to calls her selection as flag bearer incredible honor. >> and long series of wins when jorgensen olympic gold will stand out. she gave the united states its first gold in triathlon. the victory caps what is arguably the most dominant stretch in triathlon history by jorgensen who has won all but two individual races and april 2014. after the race she was overcome
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to hang out with my husband and coach you have invested way more than anyone would ever know . billy this metal is for them. >> after winning the sixth straight metal the women's track and team said thank you. and you medalist opened a banner saying thank you rio for the us track and field team won 31 medals, the most by any country and track and field since 1984. >> they were all over the media and out the stray dogs rescued from the streets of russia are adjusting to the comfortable lives. our sister station caught up with one of the pops. i don't think he would have lasted much longer. >> february 2014 from a 5 pound
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to august 2016, a 60 pound happy and healthy two-year-olds. >> he has changed our lives. >> we had to bring the story. go. the estimated 4000 strays dominated media headlines as athletes and animal lovers adopted as many as they could get christie nicholson no exception after bringing him to her house af bus stop. >> he crawled in my arms and that was it. they brought him back. reckoning sasha at of the country with a team sport. getting a russia was tough. we saw you just before we flew. porn and they did it.
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up here in rio. coming up how many parents have to adjust their work schedules to drive the kids to afterschool activities? self driving trucks we will tell you why they may soon be tested on the ohio turnpike. michael is keeping an eye on the sunday forecast. good morning and happy sunday. we are tracking a few raindrops along the coastline. in ashtabula county you can see the majority of the showers falling and a stray shower through the afternoon and we will have wendy and cooler conditions. -- wendy
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best performance by an athletes brought to you by mercedes-benz of bedford. 108 year drought for the men's 1500 m and some at the center x cross the finish line last night and running a long- distance. his father was a two- time olympian for the us in the 1980s. it is back-to-school season and a new survey reveals the stresses that many parents are having over transportation. a spiritual getting the kids dropped off and picked up from school they may juggle with getting them to practice for sports tutoring messing play dates and more. for working parents a new survey found 40% say their work schedule is affected at least
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be and 27% feel they put their job at risk. >> the technology now exist to move freight trucks along the state without drivers. as andrew explains ohio may soon be testing along the turnpike. imagine cruising, turnpike and looking into the car or semi- next you the driver seat. we learned today that they could be here before we know what the grant equal is the ohio turnpike executive director and says he is getting a lot of calls from companies who want to move freight to the state without using drivers. he wouldn't say which company that he said other states have begun testing it out and he doesn't want ohio left behind. is it our infrastructure including fiber-optic lines on the turnpike but the state in a good place for driverless technology. >> we're talking to companies investing in technology and adopting the technology and they are ready to move the test
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it shouldn't be something that just happens, that is not a part of the country and we have to deal with it. >> the turnpike there were no known accidents in the state caused by self driving cars and it is not currently against the law to use the feature. to see how far this feature has gone, huber will test out rights with the self driving cars later this month and never be someone in the driver seat been perfected. it is something we might see on the turnpike as well. >> i don't know how i feel about it. >> i actually used uber this past week and i don't know how i would feel if there was no driver and if they just showed up. >> i do know how many times my computer says error and can't connect to the server and it's
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or rabbit runs out? i am a little skeptical about the technology. that you are concerned about the roadkill. >> i guess that too. >> the fact that there could be something from the car at the very last second and how to respond. with that being said when you are backing up into a garage and it tells you how close you are getting with the peeping in the call, coming a long way from >> they probably thought of all this. >> we email them. >> by the way, would you -- i know you were in downtown yesterday doing yoga. did you happen to notice everyone wearing blue and it was because of the toronto blue jays? >> i couldn't believe it.
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downtown. they were out in force. but also the folks supporting the indians. . 76 degrees will we expect by first pitch today and gametime just after 1:00 pm and by the ninth inning temperatures in the upper 70s and here is the thing, i think we stayed dry locally but there is the chance that later on in the evening we may see a pop-up shower. temperatures in the 60s. st morning shower along the lake shore. that is comments of the cold front moving through ahead of cold front tracking a whole lot more of the moisture for toronto and buffalo and you will notice that my behind the call from this is where the colder air is pure don't expect temperatures close to 90 as they were yesterday committed
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that is not going to be the case today. i think the clouds that you are seeing outside your window will begin to break some revealing more pricks is sunshine in this evening the rapper moisture will begin to dwindle in. around dinnertime perhaps an isolated shower and storm. forecast for today temperatures in the 70s and overnight lows tonight falling into the mid-to upper 60s. partly cloudy and windy through the day-to-day with between 10 to 20 miles per hour and i will pick up some waves on the lake. budget for that if you plan to be out on theory. otherwise we try things out tomorrow, tuesday and wednesday looking absolutely beautiful. time for access to today's summer game schedule brought to you by ohio's number one hospital cleveland clinic. on nbc's daytime coverage gold is handed out in the men's volleyball final and on the
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plus in track and field the men's 10,000 m final. that is the access to today's summer games schedule providing access
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thanks for being with us. new details involving a standoff in brook park overnights after the suspect shot another man himself inside a home for nearly 6 hours. alyssa is following the story for us this morning what you know at this point? >> is hoping started in the driveway with an argument between the suspect, his girlfriend and her sisters boyfriend the the suspect pulled out a gun and shot the other man in the head. happen here on richard drive after the shooting the suspect went into his home and would
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robot insight and said that is when they found out he had taken his own life. of the people gathered to watch this unfold. here is what they had to say. >> they will take their time to rectify the situation the proper way. this doesn't happen a lot. >> it is scary but to think brook park you don't picture it happening here. >> police haven't released any names but people se they could hear police sent over a loudspeaker calling out the name carl atkins to someone inside the home. police have not confirmed the name of the suspect did all they said as he is a 37-year- old man and as for the man that was shot we are told he was taken to metro hospital but his condition is not known. we will be following the details as they become available.
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update on the forecast because sunday we all know it is sunday funding and then sunday birthday eve. here is the thing . throughout your day today for the most part it looks decent but it will be windy. we hope we can get the extra hold hairspray in. in terms of allergies to suffer from with allergies make sure you take the antihistamines because you will be sneezing and sniffling for your sunday r the 60s and low 70s. it is a refreshing cool start this morning. we were at one contracting some showers back towards lake geauga counties put ashtabula. that has since fizzled and stated that i think that through the afternoon there will be a chance of isolated single this afternoon nothing to cancel any plans over public of the temperatures but we made it to 90 degrees yesterday and today only and the mid-to upper
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we are cool. he will do it all again tomorrow but with a whole lot more sunshine the good news for my warm weather fans including maureen, we have 80s back in the forecast. would stretch it out a little longer. as the world gets ready to watch the last day of the summer olympics channel 3 is taking a look down memory lane with their th things. we are on the final day and it's been a long month but when you look back a short month and we thought it would be cool to share three things for channel 3 that we will miss once we leave here.
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to cover and i think three things hits it on the head. we will start for me i loved this drink. it took me a month to learn how to say. the signature drink in brazil. that and brazilian steakhouse and taking in some culture and cuisine. that was really fun. one of my favorite things we saw was the celeron intact. a relatively new tiled steps in a beautiful piece of living artwork. my third thing would have to be the music. whenever we heard somber music or the casa nova i love the drums in that sense they get everyone excited. wherever we saw a crowd just a true authentic brazilian feel for>> bringing in the culture was appropriate sugarloaf
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where you get the coast, beach, mountains and cityview in one. that is what they offer. use of the city and from there the coast and ocean and you saw some mountains. it was a breathtaking view. united take the cable car up. that was estimate of the other cool thing that i love is the melting pot. you bring people in from all over the world all differe languages with different customs and cultures and put it together and everyone showing their pride which is as wearing the shirt wearing an upright for the us olympic team. we didn't plan this. we just happen to wear this. and my third thing will be the bus ride. i will miss waiting on this bus not having to drive or knowing how long it will take me to get someplace because sometimes it was 20 minutes and sometimes it was an hour. it was crowded and it is hot and sticky and you're holding on. >> that was fun.
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>> this is the last day and is not over. we have olympic athletes coming out. later this morning we will break down a couple of guys. >> even today the last day of competition. coming up the indians have a chance to come back for the ninth inning and could they get
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indians and jay's wrap up a series of progressive field today at the end of the indians homestate and last night they can close to following up that went with a come-from-behind victory last night in front of
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happen. mainly because josh tomlin cannot keep the ball in the park and continue to struggle. second home run of the inning for the jays toronto five nothing after three and the indians come back with a five run hit ryan had a great at- bat. three one-shot we are tied at five. >>, still in. >> due to the bleachers solo home r o ninth rematch from two nights ago that the closer wins. indians lose six, 570 and 51 but the good news last night the tigers lose in the indians remain seven games up. the olympics it is over today. last night the final day of full competition and i was day 15.
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finished 10th and matthew centrex taking gold time of three minutes and 50.0 seconds becoming the first us athlete to win an olympic 1500 gold medal since 1908. let's talk about brandon and hear about him. >> is probably the strangest final i have ever been in that all the conditioning started moving up and of course everyone bums me out that would been a much different finished but i'm happy. >> manse 4 x 400 relay gold medal final last night watch lashawn merritt on anchor to bring it home to the us. us had gold to make it seven they took silver in london before 2012 the rest had won six and seven so they are back on top in the men's 4 x 400 m
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the usa when in six consecutive gold medal. allyson felix ran the anchor three minutes 19.06 seconds is a six medal for felix becoming the most decorated us women and olympic track and field history. more coming up today. team usa on hardwood men's basketball carleigh urban going for a gold medal. to you as will run the silver medal in e not without some controversy. it was originally disqualified for stepping on the inside lane line but after an appeal was reinstated and won the silver. he gave thanks after the race and passed all the credit to his fellow soldiers in the u.s. army. >> this metal is for my soldiers. i am really happy that i got
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my soldiers. i want to thank the u.s. army for all the support. just ahead a frightful season. find out why they may be a shortage of pumpkin beer this fall. of go outside and see what it looks like if your plans and the water winds from the west at 10 to 20 kn unfortunately will create a rip current risk at the beaches as well today. we will talk about when those ways die down and the wind died down and when the sunshine
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that is what option. pandora has about 4 million paying customers compared to 30 million for spot a five 11 million for apple music. brewers for pumpkin beer can have a frightful season. they are trying to find a squash to to tighten supplies. unfavorable weather hurt the pumpkin crop causing the makers to struggle to find the key ingredient for the flavor. the neighbor respect to get an early start at the sharp decline in public can be a four-week process. i don't know what that means for all the pumpkin things. even pumpkin pies and bread and coffee. >> the list goes on and on. >> you told me a story about your pockets. i love pumpkin bread.
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about the colder weather. >> exactly. >> fine, turn colts. i want a good pumpkin roll. >> some pop can pipe -- pumpkin pie. >> we are in the 70s through today. a far cry from the 90 degree heat yesterday. your day started out like this a little more cloud coverage around lunchtime and a break in the clouds the evening hours we could see a stray shower to but here is the big picture. it is noticeably cooler today near 90 yesterday and today only in the mid-70s. a stray shower chance and we saw that but if you are like 70s is too soon to but not to worry. by late week temperatures rebounding back into the 80s. 60s and 70s is what you are waking up to this morning and you are also waking up to a
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thank you mr. david wilson. of course i'd love to see your photos as well of course i'd love to see your photos as well@facebook.com. it is a cold front moving through and that helped spark some showers behind the cold front is for the quarter air is. again back towards metro detroit michigan and toledo ohio is where the cool air is. notice the wraparound moisture will talk about this moment. the wraparound moisture towards the ups michigan. that is going to move on here later on in the evening. here's what it looks like. a couple stray spreckels this morning otherwise by lunchtime we can clear that out and a decent sunday on tap. a few extra clouds out there and then some of the wraparound moisture especially around dinnertime tonight begins to predict to northeast ohio. and with it a couple of stray
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in tomorrow afternoon for the most part will keep is relatively drive which is the good news. i think future view overdoing precipitation. temperatures today mid to upper 70s but look at the wind from the west between 10 to 20 miles per hour it is going to be a very breezy day , even this evening the wind still kicking around at 20 to 25 miles per hour. again, heading out of lake erie , watch out because the chop on the lake should be relatively high wednesday we keep things dry with temperatures again within 3 degrees of 90 by thursday. enjoy the 70s today and tomorrow. time for access to today's summer game schedules brought to you by ohio's number one hospital, cleveland clinic. on nbc's daytime coverage gold is handed out in the men's volleyball final and in the courts the men's basketball
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this is showing at pennsylvania couples olympic spirit. they wake up each morning and checked the olympic medal count and plant an american flag for each medal -- when -- win. at ever 100 flags. >> i really like that. we will have a medal count in just a minute. >> affiliate mother nature should get a little metal today.
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is way too hot. a lot of folks saying on facebook and twitter i open up the when does this morning and i will keep the ac off temperatures in the 70s. it is a good day. >> 80s by tuesday and nearing 90 by thursday morning. >> i will open the windows today. >> we want to bring you the medal count . heading into the final day of competition team usa s bronze, they have a total the hundred and six metals. thank you so much for being with us this morning.
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here's usain bolt. triple-triple. >> a perfect golden run for olympic gold. >> all hail usain bolt! ?? >> on a rainy sunday morning in rio, a look at the city's famous sambodromo. every february this is the scene of one of the world's biggest parties the carnival parade. today it's the start and finish line for the marathon on the closing day of the 2016 olympic games. from inside our studio at copacabana beach i'm al michaels. what a scene here last night. the home country winning the men's soccer gold medal on a

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