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Saturday showers, Ashtabula triple shooting

Saturday showers, Ashtabula triple shooting, Powder sent to hotels near Super Bowl non-toxic

Expect warmer temperatures today, but there could be a brief period of some ice or snow before it switches over to rain.  The more widespread showers will be closer to the lakeshore.  The best risk of rain will come Saturday night as a cold front moves through.  The rain will change to some snow showers early Sunday morning.  Colder air will filter in the second half of the weekend with temperatures dropping back into the 20s.

TODAY: 31 degrees, cloudy  

TONIGHT: Showers, 43 degrees

TOMORROW: 22 degrees with sun

Two shooters broke into a duplex home January 27 and murdered Lydia Aviles and her 20-year-old son Alexis Mook Colon.  His older brother Benny was shot too, but he survived and is alive at MetroHealth Medical Center.Lydia's daughter Precious Mook Colon told 19 Action News, "I am holding up the best I can because my brother and dad need me."In an exclusive interview with our Scott Taylor, Precious Colon told us her mom and Benny Mook Colon were both born in Puerto Rico. Her mom loved the beach, and her parents had been married for more than 20 years. Lydia loved the beach and put her family first. She moved from Florida to Ashtabula over the summer. Both brothers had attended Valencia College in Florida before transferring to online courses here in Ohio. A Memorial Fund has been set up under the name of Mook-Colon-Aviles at any First Merit Bank to help cover funeral expenses.

Packages containing white powder delivered Friday to hotels near MetLife Stadium and other locations have been deemed inert, according to authorities. Authorities uncovered a high-end drug and prostitution ring this week as the New York metro area gears up for the Super Bowl. Warrants were issued for 18 people, accused of arranging so-called "party packs" of cocaine and prostitutes. The FBI stated initial testing showed none of the envelopes contained dangerous substances, although further analysis would be done to make sure. The manager for Homewood Suites in East Rutherford said he opened a letter that contained yellow powder and referenced al-Qaida and the Dallas FBI, according to the Associated Press.

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