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Tamir Rice's Mom Talks to Media at 11 a.m./Warmer with Snow and Rain/Food for Beauty

12-year-old Tamir Rice was killed Nov. 22, 2014. (Source: Family) 12-year-old Tamir Rice was killed Nov. 22, 2014. (Source: Family)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and Director of Law Barbara Langhenry apologized Monday after the release of the city's answer to a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of Tamir Rice's family.
"We used words and we phrased things in such a way it was very insensitive," said Mayor Jackson.
Today at 11 a.m., Rice's mom Samaria and their attorneys will hold a news conference. You can watch this live on-line and on our app.
Mayor Jackson and Langhenry both issued apologies for the language used in that response, calling it insensitive and written in language used by lawyers. 12-year-old Tamir Rice was playing with a pellet gun outside a Cleveland rec center on Nov. 22, 2014.Officer Timothy Loehmann responded to a report of someone with a gun at that scene. Surveillance video showed Loehmann shot Rice within two seconds of his car stopping.
The City of Cleveland filed a 41-page document in response to a lawsuit filed by Rice's family.
In it, the city said Rice's death was caused by his failure to "exercise due care to avoid injury." 
"There's 1.7 seconds and there's no indication that this officer or these officers even gave the child a chance to comply," said Walter Madison, the family attorney. The city also argued the "plaintiff's injuries, losses and damages complained of were directly and proximately caused by their own acts, not this defendant."

TUESDAY: Everyone will warm…Snow showers changing to rain but after the AM drive. High: 41

TUESDAY NIGHT: Snow showers might happen…as temps start dropping LOW: 33

WEDNESDAY: maybe some snow to get us going: but dropping temps!. High: 33

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In fact, if you're hitting the grocery store this week, there are some foods you may want to add to your list to boost your beauty.
If you're going gray a little early, it could be a lack of copper. Registered Dietitian Carolyn Brown says go for shitake mushrooms.
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You can also try shitake tea which can boost your immune system and your energy.
If you've spent too much time in the sun, and have damaged your skin, sea buckthorn berries contain Omega-7, which can help repair your skin and boost collagen production.
If you have weak nails and need help with hair growth, eat some eggs. The yolk contains Biotin.
For itchy, dry skin, try turmeric. You can put the brightly colored spice in your tea or food. It's also a great anti-inflammatory and helps with sore muscles.
"Cod liver oil is a great source of Omega-3's and so are chia seeds and walnuts if you're not on the fish bandwagon. And Omega-3's really help with cell rejuvenation and are going to keep that skin looking plump and very hydrated this time of year," says Brown.
Click here for more things you can eat to boost your beauty.

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