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their reaction to the bengals- steelers game. breaking overnight...singer, david bowie, has di .what his agent is saying to blame for the musician's death. good morning, tri-state i'm chris riva. riva.and i'm kathrine nero. dozens of schools in the tri-state are delayed this morning...some are even closed. lets get straight to 9 first warning meterologist and 9 first alert traffic reporter, ally kraemer. ladies, what's the latest as people are waking up? temperatures feel like we are below zero this morning and many side streets are still snow and ice covered. watch out on those sidewalks too. clouds will slowly increase today and highs top out at
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a dangerous commute for the start of the work week here in the tri-state. state.there's snow and ice on the roads... and it's still frozen in some places.9 on your side's kristen swilley is live with a look at the places you'll need to avoid this morning. the problem here on faraday road is an example of what you'll see in neighborhoods throughout the tri state. the street is narrow, steep... covered in ice and that spells trouble for drivers. were going to be making our
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warning live drive throughout the morning bringing you the latest conditions you can expect in your commute. reporting live... kristen swilley...9 on your side. 9 is on your side with the most up to date school closings and delays.58 of them so far ...they're scrolling at the bottom of your screen ... and and you can check the complete list on wcpo dot com. breaking overnight.singer david bowie has died.according to a statement from his agent, bowie "died peacefully surrounded by his family and
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battle with cancer. the statement does not elaborate on what kind of cancer the singer was fighting. bowie's career spanned more than four decades.he had just released his 25-th album "blackstar" last friday, which was his 69th birthday. the behavior of fans from both side at the bengals-steelers game is being called disgraceful by many.this video of fans throwing things at steelers quarterback ben rothlisberger as he was carted what has put the bengals and the tri-state in a bad light. and the fallout isn't over yet. yet.jordan burgess is live with the penalties some could face today for what happened saturday night. along with the showers.. boos and bottles also rained down on the field here at paul brown stadium.but it was the punches and in one case urine thrown that could land some with jail time. seven people expected in court in a few hours over what
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steelers playoff game at paul brown stadium.the six you see here are facing assault charges.most are accused of hitting other fans.. but police say one of those arrested decided to relieve himself on someone.. while another head butted someone. the seventh person was charged with running onto the field after the game.from what we've learned.. half of those facing assault charges are steelers fans.. and half are bengals fans.the fights are just part of the actions that have many shaking their heads this morning. we're taking a look into how bad things were.. and how this game compared arrests at other home games this year.reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on your side. it's the end of the season...and it's time to wrap it up.today bengals players will clean out their lockers. lockers.then coach lewis will hold his season-ending news conference..of course 9 on your side crews will be there for it and have all the
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starting at 4 on the now cincinnati. and don't forget today is the flying pigskin....exclusively on wcpo dot com-join the conversation.you can tweet us and facebook us your questions and comments about the bengals season...and get a live response.that's this afternoon at 1 o'clock. get your tickets -- the powerball jackpot is now $1.3 billion dollars. dollars. the next drawing is wednesday night ...and you can see the winning numbers live right here on 9 on your side "live" at 10:59pm! there were "some" big winners in the tri-state as a result of saturday night's drawing.in kentucky -four people each won 50 thousand dollars from the drawing.not only that -- but two ohio winners got one million dollars each..one perso in goshen... the other in milford.again-the next drawing is wednesday night and you can see the winning numbers be drawn right here on 9 on your side "live" at
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a federal grant and where it will be used. used. today hamilton county commissioners are ready to start discussing where more than 100 thousand dollars will be best used...and why body cameras are at the top of the list. an american artist is found dead amid suspicious circumstances in italy.. italy..as italian officers investigate ...why they're taking a closer look at her social media posts. temperatures feel like we are below zero this morning and many side streets are still snow and ice covered. watch out on those sidewalks too. clouds will slowly increase
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to get her deposit in today. too late. branch is already closed. but she could make the atm. still won't beat the cutoff time. really? at huntington, with atm and mobile deposits, you have up till midnight. we call it all day deposit. midnight? what are you, a bank or a convenience store? i've got to make a deposit! you go, girl! she's got no chance. deposit hours that make sense for you, not the bank. welcome to huntington,
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today the future of body cameras will be discussed by county commissioners.hamilton county officials are holding a staff meeting to discuss the federal grant they've recieved. recieved.it's worth almost $140-thousand dollars to pay for the body cameras. the justice deparment has gone on record saying the money can be used to buy the cameras, plus training, technical assistance, and education about best practices. happening today...jury selection begins in maryland for baltimore police officer caesar goodson junior ...the second baltimore officer to be tried for the death of freddie gray.a judge has ruled that the first officer tried ...
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have to testify in the trial for goodson..his jury ended in a mistrial.six officers have been charged in all ... for june. italian officials hope an autopsy today on an american woman today will bring about answers..she was found dead inside her apartment there. there.police say the 35-year-old artist *ashley olsen* was likely strangled.at this time -- her death is being called *homicide*her instagram account just days before her death shows her alluding to having a stalker. italian authorities have not named a suspect. making it official.the swearing in ceremony happening today in hamilton county. standing beside the first lady. the local man that will be in washington d.c, for the president's final state of the union address. temperatures feel like we are below zero this morning and many side streets are still snow and ice covered. watch out on those sidewalks too. clouds will slowly increase today and highs top out at
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gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 6 on 9 on your side!" here's a live look from live drive 9.we're looking at
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i-71 is back open this morning after a trailer fire overnight closed down the interstate for a couple of hours.fire crews put out the fire... and nobody was hurt.but all the water froze the interstate near field ertle road. road crews have been out salting the area... and everything is safe now.we'll have more on the roads and winter weather we're going to see this weekend coming up. today...hamilton county's newest commissioner will be officially sworn into office. office.the ceremony for dennis deters is at one in the afternoon.deters took over for greg hartmann when he resigned in december.the move gives deters almost a full year as a commissioner before voters head to the polls this fall to the position. right now...the extradition process of drug kingpin el chapo is beginning...as
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their focus to actor sean penn...he had a top secret interview with the druglord... even wrote about it for rolling stone magazine. magazine.this morning... we are learning more about this woman...kate del castillo... who is the person who set up the meeting between penn and el chapo.castillo is a popular mexican actress...and a known supporter of el chapo.the meeting happened three months ago...but it led to el chapo's arrest ...mexican investigators used the group's communications to track him down ..penn is under investigation for the interview. the race for the white house is tightening..this morning iowa polls are showing that bernie sanders is closing in on hillary clinton and that has her campaign admitting it's a bit nervous. there are reportedly emails coming out of clinton's camp stating that the race is quote "seriously tight!." . so it's starting sharpening its attacks -- in a new tv ad,
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more electable candidate... clinton and sanders face off today in iowa at forum. president obama has gone on record saying he's giving no endorsement in the democratic primary. a cincinnati man will be with president's final *state of the union* address. address.jim obergefell will join michelle obama in the first lady's box during the address tomorrow night. obergefell faught to be listed as the surviving spouse on his late partner's death certificate.the case made its way to the u.s. supreme court which legalized same sex marriage last summer. let get your latest nine first warning forecast a big "heads up" this morning is regarding the conditions as you head out the door. lows will range from 9-120f but wind chills are below zero due to breezy winds. neighborhood streets and sidewalks are still snow and ice covered, so please be careful and bundle
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morning hours are dominated by sunshine today, clouds will slowly increase this afternoon. temperatures top out at 270f. now, let's talk about the snow coming in and what our timeline looks like. spotty snow showers begin mainly after 3 a.m. by the peak morning rush (6-8 a.m.), a half inch of snow could already be on the ground and this will include cincinnati. scattered snow showers continue until around lunchtime. it will also be very windy in the morning hours causing blowing snow and lower visibility at times. in all, it looks like another inch of snow will fall in the tri-state with more isolated reports up to 2". with fresh snow on the ground and clear skies wednesday morning, temperatures will easily fall into the single digits again with below zero wind chills. roads that aren't treated or plowed will be snow and ice covered for another morning. morning rushmostly clear skies feels like temps below zero low: 9mondaymostly sunny early increasing afternoon clouds high: 27tonightsnow showers after 2 a.m.nearly steady temperatureslow: 26tuesdaysnow falling for morning rushspotty snow chance into afternoon high: 28tuesday nightmostly clearwind chills below zero
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it took joel silverman years to
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but only a few commands to master depositing checks at chase atms. technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank. could a gallon of gas soon be only a dollar?!that's what triple a is reporting. reporting.right now the
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of regular unleaded gas is $1.96.but experts say tumbling oil prices and strong refinery capacity could drop the price to just a dollar a gallon in some areas in the next few weeks.that hasn't happened since 19-99.you can always find the lowest gas prices in your neighborhood... at wcpo dot com. we have ice and snow here, but in florida a tornado has left behind a big mess. mess.the e-f two twister touched down near cape coral over the weekend.officials say winds hit 135 miles per hour.a lot of damage reports, but no injuries.at one point ten thousand people were without power.that number is slowly dropping. you're waking up to icy roads in the tri-state. tri-state.we'll show you some parts of town you should avoid during this morning's commute. temperatures feel like we are below zero this morning and many side streets are still snow and ice covered. watch out on those sidewalks too. today and highs top out at
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search for a killer.... the hunt this morning for a person who gunned down two people in mount healthy. healthy. golden globes controversy... why kentucky native jennifer lawrence is getting blasted online after winning last night.good morning tri-state at 6:30 starts right now. good morning...and we're waking up with below-freezing temperatures across the tri-state. state.9 first warning meterologist jennifer ketchmark takes a look at the frigid forecast. temperatures feel like we are below zero this morning and snow and ice covered. watch out on those sidewalks too. clouds will slowly increase
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the problem here on faraday road is an example of what you'll see in neighborhoods throughout the tri state. the street is narrow, steep... covered in ice and that spells trouble for drivers. it never got warm enough for the ice or snow to melt and as you can see everything that came down yesterday left the road badly iced over and
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has lived here his whole life says when drivers turn too quickly down this road they wind up parked in his front yard...and even cause damage. "it's just a lot of accidents and it's a hill that you should avoid in bad weather. also at the bottom of the hill where i live at they've been in my yard several times. cars running through, hitting the pole, tearing up the fence as you can see." were going to be making our away around in nine first warning live drive throughout the morning bringing you the latest conditions you can expect in your commute. reporting live... kristen swilley...9 on your side. 9 is on your side with some ways you can protect yourself in icy conditions.the triple-a says you need to *slow down* in snow and ice.don't brake and turn at the same time. don't follow other cars too closely.don't be rough with your steering or acceleration
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you start to skid.the triple-a helped more than 700 drivers yesterday... and they say they're preparing for a busy monday morning commute. the power is back on this morning for hundreds of duke energy customers after a widespread outage last night in cincinnati. cincinnati.nearly half of those outages were linked to an incident just off the glendale-milford exit on i-75. some people trying to pick up cold weather supplies found out the hard way that businesses were closed... because they had no power. (tony boulding-kenwood)"i came here to get some gas and stuff like that but since it's not open, i'll just have to keep moving and go to the next place." make sure you're always a step ahead this winter.keep it right here on 9 on your side... and download the storm shield app. you can find it for apple and android systems. hamilton county sheriff's deputies now searching for the gunman who killed one person
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ameristop convenience store yesterday at about three yesterday afternoon.the victims were inside a car at the time.deputies are still investigating... but they believe it was targeted attack. vince demasi--police chief mt healthy "we have a guy with a gun running around that obviously isn't scared to use it and we want to get that person off the street as quickly as we can." can."if you saw anything... give the hamilton county sheriff's office a call. the 73rd golden globe awards recognized new talent and old favorites... and survived another year with its most controversial host. host.golden globes host ricky gervais took aim at everyone from sean penn to caitlyn jenner... and of course the hollywood foreign press itself. especially for nominating "the martian" as a comedy. "to be fair, 'the martian' was a lot funnier than 'pixels'... but then again, so was 'schindler's list.'" list.'""the martian" got the
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picture in its category, while matt damon won best actor. another big winner... jennifer lawrence... who took home the golden globe for "joy."the night's biggest winner... "the revenant"... which won best movie drama, best director, and best actor in a drama... leonardo dicaprio. unfortunately, the most nominated film of the night.... shot right here in cincinnati... came away empty-handed."carol" had five nominations.it's an adaptation of the novel "the price of salt"... and stars cate blanchett and rooney mara. neither of them won in the "best actress in a drama" category.director todd haynes was also nominated... but didn't win.the movie also lost out in the best drama award. cold end to the season...the bengals... not the only n-f-l team with a heartbreaking finish...the "gimme" field goal that was anything *but*... not so sneaky criminal...a
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slithering away.the captive inside his *pants* after a pet store heist. temperatures feel like we are below zero this morning and many side streets are still snow and ice covered. watch out on those sidewalks too. clouds will slowly increase today and highs top out at
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here's a live look from live drive 9.we're looking at current road conditions in ???? the n-f-l playoffs... moving on this morning without the playoffs are set. set.and as it turns out... the bengals game wasn't the only one this weekend with a crazy finish. "mcdermott is the snapper...
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good!!!!"minnesota's blair walsh missing a 27-yard field goal... the football equivalent of a "gimme"... as the seattle seahawks hold on to the victory.the final... 10- to-9.the game was one of the coldest in n-f-l history... at minus-6 degrees.seattle moves on to face the carolina panthers next weekend. another team punched its ticket to the next round of the playoffs yesterday.the green bay packers fell behind early... but scored just before halftime and never looked back as they beat the washington redskins 35-to-18. they'll face carson palmer and the arizona cardinals.all four road teams won their playoff games this weekend... the first time in history. another football game
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is on the line... line...the alabama crimson tide will square off against the undefeated clemson tigers tonight... in glendale, arizona at eight-30.both teams made it look easy in the college football playoffs... with the tigers beating up oklahoma 37-to-17.the crimson tide shut out michigan state 38-to nothing.even though they enter tonight's game with a loss... alabama is the overwhelming favorite. the search is on this morning to find the thief... who shoved a two foot python down his pants.the caper was caught on surveillance video at a pet store in portland... oregon. after pocketing the python... he calmly walks out of the store.
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suggesting women should have more babies to help stay young. young.the link scientists say they've found between pregnacies and looking younger. temperatures feel like we are below zero this morning and many side streets are still snow and ice covered. watch out on those sidewalks too. clouds will slowly increase today and highs top out at
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now let's check in with your nine first warning weather. a big "heads up" this morning is regarding the conditions as you head out the door. lows will range from 9-120f but wind chills are below zero due to breezy winds. neighborhood streets and sidewalks are still snow and ice covered, so please be careful and bundle up this morning. while the morning hours are dominated by sunshine today, clouds will slowly increase this afternoon. temperatures top out at 270f. now, let's talk about the snow coming in and what our timeline looks like. spotty snow showers begin mainly after 3 a.m. by the peak morning rush (6-8 a.m.), a half inch of snow could already be on the ground and this will include cincinnati. scattered snow showers continue until around lunchtime. it will also be very windy in the morning hours causing blowing snow and lower visibility at times. in all, it looks like another inch of snow will fall in the tri-state with more isolated reports up to 2". with fresh snow on the ground and clear skies wednesday morning, temperatures will easily fall into the single digits again with below zero wind chills. roads that aren't treated or plowed will be snow and ice covered for another morning. morning rushmostly clear skies feels like temps below zero low: 9mondaymostly sunny early increasing afternoon clouds high: 27tonightsnow showers after 2 a.m.nearly steady temperatureslow: 26tuesdaysnow falling for morning rushspotty snow chance into afternoon high: 28tuesday nightmostly clearwind chills below zero
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good morning tri-state... 9 minutes of non-stop news starts right now... and the thing everyone in talking about is the cold and ice on roads in your neighborhood. we have team coverage for you this morning.we begin with nine first warning
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ketchmark and traffic reporter ally kraemer with conditions out your door this morning. temperatures feel like we are below zero this morning and many side streets are still snow and ice covered. watch out on those sidewalks too. clouds will slowly increase
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neighborhood roads are still
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communities... as they still not been treated and have ice and snow on them.faraday road is so bad cincinnati police have it shut down... since the road is so narrow and steep. the main roads seem to be good this morning.but those side roads in all over the tri- state are a little tricky. tricky.9 on your side's kristen swilley has been driving around the area checking the roads... kristen, what are you seeing out there? kristen live
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scripps "snow cast" app. it tracks how much snow will fall in your area over the next 48-hours.you can download "snow cast" right now... in store. breaking overnight.singer david bowie has died.according to a statement from his agent, bowie "died peacefully surrounded by his family and friends" after an 18-month battle with cancer. the statement does not elaborate on what kind of cancer the singer was fighting. the 69-year=old's career spanned more than four decades. he had just released his 25-th album "blackstar" last friday. you may remember just friday... the cincinnati zoo's first baby of the year was named after david bowie.the baby penguin named "bowie" was named after the star since friday was bowie's birthday. this morning people around the country and right here in the tri-state are talking about the mess at the end of the bengals game.this video of fans throwing things at steelers quarterback ben rothlisberger as he was carted off the field.today both bengals and steeler fans are in court accused of doing even
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things.jordan burgess is live with the penalties some could face today for what happened saturday night. these bottles aren't even the worst things thrown. punches and in one case urine are what could land jail time for some. in just a few hours seven people are expected in court over what happened at the game. the six you see here are charged with assault. most are accused of hitting other fans.. but police say one guy decided to relieve himself on someone. while another head butted someone. the seventh person was charged with running on the field.the arrests are just part of what happened that has many shaking their heads this morning. we're taking a closer look today into how bad things got and how this compares to arrests at other home games this year.reporting live jordan burgess. 9 on your side. today head coach marvin lewis
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players clean out their lockers. lockers.but an espn report suggests lewis isn't going anywhere.the report says the bengals don't plan to change any of their coaching staff.of course 9 on your side crews will be there for it and have all the highlights for you today starting at 4 on the now cincinnati. and don't forget today is the flying pigskin....you can tweet us and facebook us your questions and comments about live response.that's this afternoon at 1 o'clock. this morning the north american international auto show in detroit gets underway. underway.reporter nima sheffe (neem-ahh shah-fay) is on the floor with what is being offered this year. year.looklive pkg
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this morning the north american international auto show in detroit gets underway. underway.reporter nima sheffe (neem-ahh shah-fay) is on the floor with what is being offered this year. year.looklive pkg one of the most talked about moments of the golden globes happened behind the scenes. scenes.jennifer lawrence who won best actress started scolding a reporter for looking at his phone during a question. question. but she didn't know... the reporter doesn't speak english
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was using the phone to ask the question.many have criticized lawrence for being rude as the video is gonig viral. now let's get another check of the roads. roads.ally has your nine first warning traffic. trafficdrive times here's a live look outside this morning... here is another look at your forecast.
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