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breaking overnight... two people are injured in an early morning shooting outside a hamilton bar. bar.9 on your side's jordan burgess is live at the scene with what we're learning about this shooting. right now the search is on for who was behind this shooting. it happened right here outside this bar off seventh and high street in the parking lot.you can see trash scattered out here but otherwise things are quiet once again. we want to show you what this looked like shortly after this happened around 2:30.that's right around closing time. police at this point aren't sure exactly what the argument was over.two people ended up being shot.they were taken to fort hamilton hospital and then one of them was flown to uc medical center.at this
police not sure if the two shot at each other or were bystanders or were involved in the fight.we're asking questions about that now and we'll let you know what we find out.reporting live jordan burgess. 9 on your side. this morning... police are still searching for the gunman for who fired into a moving car on reading road during the evening commute. commute.that victim is fighting for her life this morning. timyka artist joins us with what police are learning overnight. police tell me no one has been arrested for the shooting overnight.chopper 9... bringing us this exclusive view of the scene in bond hill. it was first reported as a road rage incident, but now police are saying that they are not sure. the victim's red pickup truck crashed into a metro bus shortly after at least 6 shots were fired from a silver sedan. inside the pickup, police found the driver, 24 year old iesha williams with a bullet just below her armpit. a man riding in her passenger seat took off. 9 on your side is working on
the investigation. police have not said whether williams was the intended target... either way... it was a dangerous situation on such a busy road. anyone with information is being urged to call crime stoppers at 513-352-3040.. breaking overnight... firefighters were able to control two fires that damaged two vacant buildings in lower price hill.firefighters searched the buildings on state avenue just to make sure no one was inside. also breaking... police arrest *three people in connection with the deadly attack in indonesia.invesitgators say the suspects are connected to isis - and were armed with an arsenal of handguns, grenades and homemade bombs.seven people died in yesterday's attack - including five attackers. donald trump once again tuned his focus to terrorism in last night's presidential debate. debate.trump's on record saying he wants to ban muslims
night he was asked if he's heard anything that would make him reconsider his position. :20 - :45no. look, we have to stop with political correctness. we have to get down to creating a country that's not going to have the kind of problems that we've had with people flying planes into the world trade centers, with the shootings in california gun control also took center stage...moderators asked texas senator ted cruz what he would do to stop mass shootings and violent crime.he immediately pointed the finger at the obama administration. "he appointed eric holder his attorney general. eric holder said he viewed his mission as brainwashing the american people against guns" guns"our partners at politifact say cruz is
mentioned brainwashing when talking gun control.in .. when he was the u-s attorney for washington d-c... holder did mention brainwashing people into seeing guns as a danger. but cruz left out context -- which politifact says makes his statement "half true." holder's remark came 14 years before he became attorney general... and it was targeted specifically at youth during a high-crime era in d-c, not the general public. and this is not the only fact- check of last night's debate. you can see all the "truth ratings" on wcpo dot com.. and our mobile app. the spotlight was on ohio governor john kasich when he discussed how he's addressed several controversial police shootings in ohio ...from tamir rice to john crawford.he says it's all about communication between police and the community. community.1:21-1:37community has to understand that that police officer wants to get home at night and not to lose their life. their family is waiting for them. at the same time, law enforcement
think that the system doesn't work for them, but works against them. this comes as members of the black unity coalition will meet with university of cincinnati president santa ono... ono...to discuss the list of demands following the shooting of sam dubose by a now former u-c police officer ray tensing. the group presented the university with a ten-year plan for more inclusion of the african american community. we'll have reaction starting on the now cincinnati at four. sharing his good news on morning television. television. the message former bengals linebaker, devon still, is planning to share with the world today. deadly shooting video released. the new angles being seen of a teen killed by chicago police. why the victim's family has been pushing for the release. temperatures are mild as you head out the door today with cloudy skies. spotty showers move in afternoon 9 a.m. and will continue into the evening drive. a few snowflakes could mix in with this later tonight with no sticking snow
former bengals linebacker, devon still, will share his great news on g-m-a this morning.his daughter, leah, is cured of cancer. he made the announcement on twitter and instagram after leah's last treatment. so many of you have been following her story and showing your support for them. you can watch the interview here on 9 on your side after gmts. local parents will be in court this morning...accused of ignoring their baby's seizures. seizures.clinton randolph and denayshia lattimore were arrested yesterday.according to court documents - they put off taking their 5-month-old to the hospital after noticing the baby twitch.investigators say the couple also didn't feed the baby... causing it to be underweight and
will be in court and have more for you at noon. new video this morning of another police-involved shooting in chicago... chicago...a judge - just ordering this video released of the 2013 shooting that left a 17 year old carjacking suspect dead...there are multiple angles of what happened during the chase..the officer says he fired after seeing cedrick chatman turn towards officer with something in his hand he thought was a gun...it was an iphone box... chatman's family is suing the city and the two police officers who chased the teen... they've been fighting for months to have that video released... looking for the winners.what officials are saying about the power ball jackpot winners this morning and how much they'll be given once found. kristen? temperatures are mild as you
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winners who bought the tickets still haven't come forward this morning.the tickets were sold in california... florida and tennessee.each will spilt a share of the record one- point-six billion dollar jackpot... including the option for a cash payout of nearly 328 million dollars. a million dollar ticket sold in northern kentucky.linda windey is celebrating her own big powerball win. she was visiting family here when she bought the ticket at a store in walton. three one- million dollar tickets were sold in kentucky. three in ohio ...and one in indiana. the first hurricane of the year is losing a bit of intensity in the atlantic ... it's the first january hurricane since 1938.and yes -- it is only january.the atlantic hurricane season officially begins june first. alex became an 85-mile-per hour hurricane yesterday morning. let get your latest nine
skies will be mostly cloudy for your drive to work today and temperatures will be milder again. temperatures will range from 37-400f this morning. we'll easily climb into the mid to upper 40s this afternoon as rounds of rain push into the tri-state. spotty showers begin mainly after 10 a.m. and continue through the evening drive. a few snowflakes could mix in later this evening. we don't expect any sticking snow to fall later on this evening. we'll be on the backside of that low for the weekend, which means colder air. saturday, a few flurries or snow showers are possible, but there's only a 20 to 30 percent chance. we are not expecting any accumulating snow for this day. high temperatures only reach 330f. as for sunday, we are watching an arctic cold front that will move through the tri-state. there is a chance this could bring some light snow to our area that afternoon but it's still being monitored. this front will also unleash arctic
to single digits in the morning and teens and 20s in the afternoon next week. morning rushmostly cloudynot as coldlow: 39-41fridayshowers arrive after 9 a.m. afternoon showers likelyhigh: 47friday nightrain ends, cloudya few isolated snow showerslow: 31 saturdaymostly cloudy skiesa few flurrieshigh: 33saturday nightmostly cloudycolderlow: 20 sundaycloudy skieschance of
all stores for a little bit on february eighth... that allowes all employees to listen as chipotle executives explain what they know about the e-coli outbreak and the safety steps to prevent another one. if you're not already an amazon prime member-now's the time to sign up. up.you'll get a discount if you sign up this weekend ... the fee for prime drops from 99 to 73-dollars. it starts at noon today and ends sunday at noon.the deal is available only to new customers. lets check in with 9 first warning meterologist kristen energy center where the travel, sports and boat show will be held this weekend.
paying respects to a local girl killed while on a mission trip. trip.coming up on gmts... gmts...the time and place of the vigil planned for 20-year- old olivia erhardt. temperatures are mild as you head out the door today with cloudy skies. spotty showers move in afternoon 9 a.m. and will continue into the evening drive. a few snowflakes could mix in with this later tonight with no sticking snow
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search for a killer... as police try to track down who killed a hamilton man... how his friends and famiyl plan to pay tribute to him tonight. tonight. dog thrown from a car... car...richardson 1447 people do love dogs so when i saw that, it was quite frightening. frightening.the search for how did it and what happened to the dog in the minutes before it was thrown. thrown.hold onto your 401k.... another rocky day on wall street could be coming... the breaking news overnight that has investors worried.good morning tri-state at 6:30
good morning...it's a clear start to the morning in the tri-state... but it may not stay that way for long... long...9 first warning meterologist jennifer ketchmark joins us on whether we'll see showers in the forecast. temperatures are mild as you head out the door today with cloudy skies. spotty showers move in afternoon 9 a.m. and will continue into the evening drive. a few snowflakes could mix in with this later tonight with no sticking snow
traffic happening today... family and friends of a hamilton man shot and killed in front of his mother will remember his life... as police search for his killer. a candlelight vigil tonight will honor the memory of christopher sandle junior -- known as c.j.he was shot at his home on millvale avenue wednesday.a family friend tells 9 on your side someone came into the home and shot sandle... as his mother watched.that's where tonight's vigil will be held ...starting
mechanical failure is now being blamed for the bus crash that killed mariemont graduate, 20-year-old olivia erhardt... and two others in honduras. erhardt was on a mission trip when she was killed. she was a sophomore at columbia university. the van the volunteers were riding in went off the road... and fell about 260 feet into a ravine near the capital of honduras. there will be a community memorial service for olivia at mariemont high school on january 23- rd at 9-30 inside the schools auditorium. mount healthy police need your help this morning to get to the bottom of the disturbing death of a dog. dog.you may have seen the picture on facebook. witnesses say a man in a truck threw this beagle out - then ran over it on clovernook and compton roads last week. but police have a lot of questions - but they need more witnesses. the dog may have been dead before it was allegedly hit - because it's leash was wrapped around its neck. only nine on your side spoke to the woman who found the dog and called 9-1-1. erika richardson/called 911 1157 it's just really sad, like it's really cruel. i
answers. i'm just confused, like, why would you do that? you could have just given it to the humane society or something. something.police tell us they have talked to the truck's owner... because witnesses got a license plate number.but he claims he wasn't driving and knows nothing about it. in the live alert... and breaking overnight... all eyes will be on wall street this morning after *another* massive selloff in china.that country's economy is now officially in a "bear" economy... after stocks slid nearly four percent this morning. the shanghai index has dropped *20-percent* from its recent high on december 22nd. this morning... there is a sign of an improving economy here in the tri-state. state.the number of people who apply for unemployment ...is the lowest it's been in more than 40 years.in 2015... just about 420-thousand applied for
hasn't been that low since 1973.the jobless *rate* also fell to its lowest rate in more than a decade. but analysts say it *doesn't* count people who have stopped looking for work. demonstrators are calling for michigan's governor to step down over the ongoing water crisis in flint. flint.residents from flint and detroit marched into the state capitol yesterday... some carrying dirty jugs of water. they say governor rick snyder has ignored flint's lead contamination water problem for too long. monica villarreal - pastor/ protester"we're waiting on him to ask the feds to come in and help. i understand the process, i understanding looking at a variety of options. but in the meantime, people are suffering and there's not enough resources here." here."several grass-roots agencies... volunteer groups and the national guard are donating water and filters to help the people of flint. the first part of the report card for ohio schools is out... and state researchers say cincinnati isn't making the grade.
education says 71 percent of cincinnati public students graduated in four years.nearly 78 percent graduated in five years. that earned the district a "f." "f."right now on w-c-p-o dot com and our mobile app... we have a link to the state report card... so you can see how your community's school did.lets get a live look outside with chopper 9 threats of suicide may be to blame for a deadly fire in northern ohio.investigators releasing new information this morning...and who they said made these threats and when.
peanut butter and jelly. jelly.(woman) "and to use me as a dish mop, it's not the first, not the second, not the third time. but i can't take no more." more."a man is facing battery charges for what he used as a mop to clean up a mess at home. temperatures are mild as you head out the door today with cloudy skies. spotty showers move in afternoon 9 a.m. and will continue into the evening drive. a few snowflakes could mix in with this later tonight
we're learning new details this morning about the house fire near cleveland that left a family of four dead. according to police documents... jeffrey mather threatened to kill himself just over a month ago.the report follows a medical examiner's statement that murder-suicide is one of the possibilities being looked at in monday night's explosion. mather... his wife cynthia... and their 8- and 12-year-old daughters were all killed in the blast. police in florida say an argument over a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and milk ended with one man's arrest. arrest.authorities say 46-year old keith davidson is facing battery charges.they say he used his wife's head as a *mop*... to clean up the spilled milk on the floor. (nats: davidson) "why is she hollering?"(nats:911) "yes sir."(nats: victim) "because
threw me on the floor. that's why i'm yelling."(woman) "and to use me as a dish mop, it's not the first, not the second, not the third time. but i can't take no more." more."davidson's wife suffered some bruises... but no serious injuries.she says he's not welcome back at her home. here's a live look at nasa t-v right now...in the next few hours...british astronaut tim peake and american astronaut tim kopra are teaming up for a walk outside the international space station. station.the two astronautsarr ived at the orbiting lab in december.they are scheduled to venture outside the station just before 8 oclock this morning.nasa tv is streaming the event live.you can find more information on our website-wcpo dot com. oscars controversy.the golden
debate over color. lets check in with 9 on your side reporter, kristen swilley...she's inside duke energy center ...in the water!! water!! temperatures are mild as you head out the door today with cloudy skies. spotty showers move in afternoon 9 a.m. and will continue into the evening drive. a few snowflakes could mix in with this later tonight
the oscar nominations are coming under fire this morning... for the lack of diversity among the nominees in the major categories. categories.none of the 20 acting nominees is a minority... and that has civil rights advocates calling for change. there are no minorities in the acting categories or in best picture.some were upset that the biopic "straight outta compton" was all but ignored. it got one nomination for screenplay... a movie filmed in the tri- state is up for six academy awards. "carol"... which stars cate blanchett and rooney mara... earned two nods for best actress... best adapted screenplay... best score...
costume design.the oscars air live... right here on 9 on your side... on february 28th. now let's check in with your nine first warning weather. skies will be mostly cloudy for your drive to work today and temperatures will be milder again. temperatures will range from 37-400f this morning. we'll easily climb into the mid to upper 40s this afternoon as rounds of rain push into the tri-state. spotty showers begin mainly after 10 a.m. and continue through the evening drive. a few snowflakes could mix in later this evening. we don't expect any sticking snow to fall later on this evening. we'll be on the backside of that low for the weekend, which means colder air. saturday, a few flurries or snow showers are possible, but there's only a 20 to 30 percent chance. we are not
snow for this day. high temperatures only reach 330f. as for sunday, we are watching an arctic cold front that will move through the tri-state. there is a chance this could bring some light snow to our area that afternoon but it's still being monitored. this front will also unleash arctic cold air, dropping our temps to single digits in the morning and teens and 20s in the afternoon next week. morning rushmostly cloudynot as coldlow: 39-41fridayshowers arrive after 9 a.m. afternoon showers likelyhigh: 47friday nightrain ends, cloudya few isolated snow showerslow: 31 saturdaymostly cloudy skiesa few flurrieshigh: 33saturday nightmostly cloudycolderlow: 20 sundaycloudy skieschance of
it's time for 9 minutes of non-stop news.our crews are standing by around the tri-state. state.a lot of news this morning... including the search for a shooter is possible road rage incident. but first... two men are shot overnight in hamilton... let's go live to 9 on your side's jordan burgess with what
hill.it all went down during the evening commute on reading road.nine on your side's timyka artist has been checking with police overnight as they search for the shooter. police say they still do not have the shooter in custody. chopper 9... bringing us this exclusive view of the scene in bond hill. the victim's red pickup truck crashed into a metro bus shortly after at least 6 shots were fired from a silver sedan. inside the pickup, police found the driver, 24 year old iesha williams with a bullet just below her armpit. a male passenger seat took off. it was first reported as a road rage incident, but now police are saying that they are not sure. anyone with information is being urged to call crime stoppers at 513-352-3040.. breaking news... ebola is back in africa.a new case has emerged this morning in sierra leone.that is just a day after the world health organization declared the outbreak over in west africa. also breaking... police arrest
with the deadly attack in indonesia.invesitgators say the suspects are connected to isis - and were armed with an arsenal of handguns, grenades and homemade bombs.seven people died in yesterday's attack - including five attackers. the reaction is coming in after the gop presidential contenders faced off in the first debate of the year. year.the gloves coming off between donald trump and ted cruz....a testy exchange between the two candidates about accusations that cruz might not be legally able to serve as president because of his canadian roots. sot trump: you have great constitutional lawyers who say you can't run. sot cruz i'm not going to be taking legal advice from donald trump. trump brought up new york's response to 9/11 after cruz criticized trump's hometown... claiming not a lot of conservatives come from manhattan. we saw lots of heated exchanges between the candidates.new jersey governor chris christie forced to go on
tried to cast him as a liberal. ((sot trt :11))governor christie has endorsed many of the ideas obama supports, whether it is common core or gun control or the appointment of sonia sotomayor."//butt to// "let's get the facts straight. first of all, i didn't support sonia sotomayor." politifact says christie's statement is just not true.our fact-checkers looked back to may 2009 when president obama nominated her.christie initially said at the time sotomayor wouldn't have been his first choice...but just two months later he said he fully supported her and urged congress to confirm her nomination. nomination. and this is not the only fact-check of last night's debate.you can see all the "truth ratings" on wcpo dot com.. and our mobile app. kentucky senator rand paul decided not to take part in the debate after he was going to be on the undercard.instead he hosted a question and answer session on periscope. miss washington u-s-a is speaking out after stepping down after the pageant learned
stormy keffeler says she is now a role model for what not to do. pageant officials learned that she plead guilty last fall to driving drunk at nearly 3 times the legal limit in april. seattle police are also investigating her and her boyfriend for another incident recently. new this morning... some big honors for five cinicnnati hotels.the downtown hotels were given triple-a's four diamon award.the hotels recognized include... 21c museum hotel, hilton cincinnati netherland plaza, the renaissance, the westin and the cincinnatian hotel. this is the cincinnatian's 19th award. a tasty tradition returns tonight at jungle jim's in fairfield...jungle jim's 3rd annual barrel aged beer bash kicks off at seven... inside the oscar event center.it features more than 80 beers there for tasting.and attendees will get a special edition glass to commemmorate the event.admission is 40- dollars and designated drivers get in for 15-bucks.and of course... you must be at least
as you head to work this morning... do you have one of the most stressful jobs? jobs?careercast-dot-com ranked the most stress filled jobs. jobs.the top ones ae that you might expect... military personnel, firefighter, airline pilot and police officer.broadcaster by the way... was ranked 8th. now why these jobs are considered the most stressful... they're also considering among the most rewarding. one way to deal with your stress.. might be to get on a boat. boat.and you can do just that today at the convention center. center.9 on your side's krsiten swilley is giving us a preview of the cincinnati
former bengals linebacker, devon still, will share his great news on g-m-a this morning.his daughter, leah, is cured of cancer. he made the announcement on twitter and instagram after leah's last treatment. so many of you have been following her story and showing your support for them. you can watch the interview here on 9 on your side after gmts.