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Mom Accused of Killing Son Faces Judge, Mild Today, Bonus or Holiday Party?

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Arraignment this morning for the 20-year-old mom accused of murdering her three-year-old son. Camilia Terry pled not guilty to the charge of aggravated murder and her bond is set at $2 million. Emilliano Terry's boy was found Monday evening, one day after his mom reported him missing from Kossuth Park at East 121st and Williams Avenue. Emilliano's body was found in a trash bag at the Waste Management Facility in Oakwood Village. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner and Police are still investigating when, where and how the murder happened; however, in court today the prosecutor confirmed the child had a lacerated liver. fractured skull and other injuries.  Terry has two other children, a 5-year-old boy and an infant, they are with Children Services.

The dry air will hold in place with the storm track staying well north of us into the upcoming weekend. With the wind out of the southwest temperatures will climb in the mid 50s this weekend. A disturbance will bring rain for the end of the weekend on Sunday with a few isolated showers sticking around on Monday. The next cold front will bring widespread rain Tuesday with much colder air settling in behind the front next Wednesday.

TODAY: Mostly sunny. High: 46 Wind: SW at 5-15 mph

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low: 29 Wind: SW at 5-10 mph

FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: 49

According to an annual survey on the career site Glassdoor.com, most employees would rather have bonuses instead of holiday party.  They polled more than 2,000 Americans will full-time jobs.  Seventy percent would rather ditch the holiday party and get a bonus instead. Five-percent want to socialize with colleagues. Better get your best party outfit ready anyway. More than 80-percent of companies are planning a holiday party this year, according to a separate survey by an international outplacement and consulting firm. That's up from 68-percent of companies last year. Give your answer on the 19 Action News Facebook page!

Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager

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