Dangerous Cold, Additional Tamir Rice Video, Paris Shooting Investigation, Like us on Facebook

Dangerous Cold, Additional Tamir Rice Video, Paris Shooting Investigation, Like us on Facebook

Wind chill values as looking like the – 12 for the Cleveland area this morning around 8 am, There are some spots starting off at -20 Extremely dangerous. Plus some flurries or light snow to go with that!

: Flurries this morning giving way to some sunshine this afternoon. High: 13

THURSDAY NIGHT: Snow Showers start after the evening commute and could leave us with 3" by morning. LOW: 11

FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers. High: 17

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Cleveland city officials released an extended version of the surveillance video of the fatal shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.

The video and the following statement was given to 19 Action News early Thursday morning:

“After consultation with the Legal Department and Cleveland Police the City of Cleveland is making available an extended view of the Cudell Recreation Center video.”

On November 22, 2014 officers were called to the playground for a report of a person waving a gun around on the playground. When officers arrived, they saw Tamir Rice with what appeared to be a real weapon.

Rice allegedly didn't obey the officer's commands and was shot in the torso. He died the next day. The weapon turned out to be a toy, but the orange safety indicator had been removed.

PARIS (RNN) - One of the suspects in a deadly attack on a satirical French magazine surrendered, Agence France-Presse, a news agency based in France, reported.

Hamyd Mourad, 18, surrendered while two other suspects remain on the run after the terrorist attack on the office of Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people Wednesday.

French Premier Manuel Valls also reported Thursday that several arrests were made overnight in connection to the attack.

Two officials who spoke to the Associated Press identified two other suspects as Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi, who are brothers, natives of France and both in their 30s.

The suspects were linked to a Yemeni terrorist network, according to one of the officials. Kouachi left his ID documents at the scene, BFMTV reported. A doctor who treated the wounded said the gunman asked for people by name before shooting them, CNN reported. Dr. Gerald Kierzek told the network that the gunman divided the men from the women before firing, likening it more to a planned execution than a random shooting.

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Julia Tullos, WOIO, Assignment Manager