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him. tonight- police are still looking for the suspect. because it's happened once that means hey that could happen again"on this quiet- northside street- people- alarmed- to find out one of their neighbors was robbed. now they're going to have to deal with that fear"police tell 9 on your side- around 8-30, last night, a man was sitting in his car on fergus street- when another man knocked on his window, asking for 20 bucks. when the victim started to get out of his car, the man on the outside told him to stay in it- and then told him to give him the money or he would shoot him. the suspect took the cash- and ran off. police say the victim is- ok. i sit in the car all the time at night, i come home from some place, i sit in the car and i'm doing things before i go back in and deal with family"deb coffey knows the victim- and says she's angry this happened here. that's scary, very scary" florence hall has lived in this neighborhood for 40 years. she says she's never seen anything like this- but now- she's going to be more
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definitely more cautious i usually don't go out when it starts gettin' dark cause it's too weird out here"as for deb- she says the neighborhood needs to stand together- and keep an eye on each other- so things like this don't happen again. they don't have a right to take over our neighborhoods, we live here, they just dont have a right" police say the suspect took off in a red pontiac. if you have any information that could help police find the robber, call crimestoppers at 352-3040. live in northside, t.j. parker,9 on your side. when you're in that moment, as someone's robbing you, it's really too late to think about what you should do.9 is on your side with some steps to go over in your head now, just to prepare for the worst. cincinnati police say the most important thing is - don't fight it.nothing is worth risking your life over. just give the robber what they want. want.also, really focus on the
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unusual characteristics, like a scar or tattoo, that makes them stand out? out?afterward, file that police report, giving police that information. bell ringing ringing wall street just wrapped up its worst start to a year, ever.the dow closed today down nearly 400 points.this is all a result of issues with the chinese economy, and low oil prices. brown county deputies need your help to find a man wanted on a long list of charges. charges.they say back in november, randy crosby broke into his ex-girlfriend's apartment, and held her against her will, before stealing some of her things and taking off.he's wanted for intimidation, abduction, aggravated burgulary, and robbery.call the brown county sheriffs office at 937- 378-4435 if you know where he is.
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off her former employer faced a judge this morning. morning.investigators say back in november, nichole wimmer was working at blue bell beach. they say she generated several keno games without paying for them, and then won money on those games.the total loss to the bar was nearly 9 thousand dollars. in colerain township, a free smoke detector was installed just in time to save lives. a family says they were able to escape their burning home thanks to a life-saving alert. just a few months ago the colerain fire department partnered with the american red cross to install free smoke detectors throughout the neighborhood. allen walls// asst. fire chief colerain twp. "you know you can't put a price on the cost of a smoke detector knowing that for us in this community it saved two lives." lives."if you don't already have a smoke detector you can contact your local fire department or the american red cross. you should also change your smoke detectors every six month so they can continue to
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the heroin crisis is having a staggering impact on indiana children. children.across the state, the number of children in need of welfare services because of their drug-addicted parents grew by 30 percent last year. one juvenile court judge says if we don't get ahold of the situation, we're going to lose an entire generation. my message to parents: if you're addicted, please don't have a baby. please, please, please don't have a baby until you're clean. and get help. help.in the past year, the number of cases where the court has terminated parental rights grew by 31 percent in indiana. in hamilton county, police are getting better at saving people from overdoses. unfortunately, it's a result of overdoses becoming more common. common.before, it used to take officers several minutes to recognize an opiate overdose. but now, because they're
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to see the signs and treat them earlier.sometimes, even the dispatchers are able to recognize the signs and relay them to officers before they get to the scene.wcpo insiders can read more about how officers are changing their tactics to save lives on wcpo dot com. more fallout from that bengals- steelers playoff game.the nfl just doled out fines for two steelers coaches as well as bengals cornerback adam jones for their behavior during the game.and they're not the only ones who behaved badly. badly. eleven-year-old bengals fan ethan hager was injured by a flying beer can during last weekend's highly intense play-off game.he suffered a deep muscle bruise-- but his dad says he's now recovering well.he and his father have been offered tickets to see the uc bearcats basketball team play.another 9 on your side viewer even offered two club seats to a future bengals game at paul brown stadium. ethan's dad clay says he's so thankful for all the support they've recieved. former bengal devon still and
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cancer battle we all followed so closely, made a huge announcement today on good morning america.leah is cancer free. free.leah was diagnosed with stage 4 pediatric cancer at the age of 4.devon was very public about their fight, sharing updates on social media.he says he's grateful he was able to bring awareness and hopefully help other families dealing with the same thing. it was important to us. to be honest before my daughter was diagnosed with cancer i didn't know much about childhood cancer. and just knowing i had the platform i could reach a big audience and inform everyone about pediatric cancer and therefor people step up and help those in need. need.devon still now plays for the houston texans a few flurries in the forecast for tonight. tonight.chief meteorologist steve raleigh joins us now
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later tonight as we get on the backside of this system, we will see cold air spill into the area. so, we will likely see a few flurries or snow shower. if you get an isolated snow shower, it might be enough to cover a car or on those grassy surfaces. but, i don't expect any significant accumulation.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. it looked like we could see .5" of snow when analyzing this system yesterday but snow numbers this morning are even lower. 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. raining cash.the bombing caught on camera that blew isis' money. a beauty queen resigns amid two separate scandals.now pageant officials want to know - where is the crown?!?!? things have become so critical
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of bad publicity-- that it is pulling out all stops to bring you back.i'll explain why it
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check out ths video, just released by the department of the defense.the coalition targeted an isis cash depot in mosul, iraq.after the explosion, you can look in the upper right hand corner of the
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air like confetti. the former miss washington usa says she's trying to turn her life around, after resigning amid not one, but two scandals. scandals.stormy keffeler pleaded guilty last year to d- u-i.then last month, she was out with a pro-soccer player when he was mysteriously stabbed in the stomach.that incident is still under investigation.keffeler says she still considers herself a role model-for what not to do. it's hard when a dream you had comes crashing down. so i'm still hopeful that i still have the opportunity to change the world. world.the runner up will now become miss washington usa.but they have to order a new sash and crown, because those have mysteriously disappeared from keffeler's possession. your nine first warning forecast is coming up.
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a 24-year old woman shot... right now her family by her side as she fights for her life.winning you back!(sot)"i don't go there anymore, because of the scare. i dont feel comfortable eating the food."(sot)"of course the line is'nt around the corner like it used to be, but i still think it is a great place to eat."the health inspection scores for local chipotles and the steps they're taking to restore confidence after an e-coli scare...you're watching
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chipotle is taking an extreme step to bring back customers. customers.the mexican fast food chain will shut down the morning of february 8th....so that all its employees can be re-trained in food safety! safety!consumer reporter john matarese is here with more details and how tri staters are reacting. john? craig and julie....no major fast food chain has ever done this before.but things have become so critical at chipotle -- after 6 months of bad publicity-- that it is pulling out all stops to bring you back. if the line seems shorter at the downtown cincinnati chipotle....it might because fans like sandy brown have cut back lately. lately."i haven't gotten it since the health scare, i've only gotten chips and salsa!" chipotles's sales, and stock price, have plunged more than 20 percent since its e-coli scare.some downtown diners told us they dont trust chipotle right now. now."i don't go there anymore, because of the scare. i dont
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food."to try to restore customer confidence, chipotle will shut every location on february 8th for several hours, for employee meetings....and a reboot of the company.-------------among the changes chipotle will announce to all 60 thousand employees: -tomatoes and lettuce will now be washed at central kitchens, like other fast food restaurants do. -chicken will be marinated in sealed bags, not in open bowls. -prep areas will be scrubbed much more frequently.still not sure? you can check the hamilton county public health inspection reports online.... where we found most local chipotles receiving good scores...though we did find some demerits for food storage procedures.in the end, many tri staters predict they'll bounce back. back."of course the line is'nt around the corner like it used to be, but i still think it is a great place to eat." eat.""i think they are going to come through it just fine." chipotle will also bring back freebies and other discounts starting next month.
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old real estate myth is being turned on its head!the consumer guide angie's list says if you want to sell your home this year, don't wait till april or may. may."many people think selling their home in the winter is not a good idea. but if you think about it there is less competition because there are fewer homes on the market. also when there are buyers in the market in the winter they are more motivated because they are not just window shopping." shopping."people who are shopping now need to buy one .... soon.in may, half the people who come to your open house are just there to get decorating ideas.angie hicks says if you really want to sell your home this year, list it as in february. finally, if you have been considering signing up for amazon prime....this is the weekend to do it!from tonight at 9pm thorugh sunday night, new members can join amazon prime for just 73 dollar discount....a 25 dollar discount!just go to amazon starting at 9 tonight so you
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toss to steve steve later tonight as we get on the backside of this system, we will see cold air spill into the area. so, we will likely see a few flurries or snow shower. if you get an isolated snow shower, it might be enough to cover a car or on those grassy surfaces. but, i don't expect any significant accumulation.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
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could see .5" of snow when analyzing this system yesterday but snow numbers this morning are even lower. this front will also unleash arctic cold air, dropping our temps to single digits in the morning and teens and 20s in
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it's an anniversary for a modern "miracle."that memorable landing on the hudson river. for sale...this mount airy house has seen several owners... but one stands out
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queen city pioneer made a home there -- a legacy that has so many people talking tonight. and here's what you'll see
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a rare january hurricane is swirling far out in the atlantic. atlantic.this is a view of hurricane alex from the international space station. atlantic hurricane season runs from june first to november 30- th.alex is the first january atlantic hurricane since 19-38. we couldn't let today go by without taking a minute to remember the seventh anniversary of "the miracle on the hudson."this is video of the landing caught on camera from the new york mayor's office. office.u-s airways flight 15-49 hit a flock of birds right after takeoff, while it was more than three-thousand feet in the air.the damage shut down both of the plane's engines.captain chesley "sully" sullenberger was able to execute a controlled water landing on the surface of the hudson river. all 155 people
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fighting for life...family and neighbors praying for a mother caught in an apparent *gun battle* in bond hill. hill.at six -- the new clues about the crash and shooting -- that police hope will find those responsible. a bad check...a car dealer not fooled by a 20-thousand dollar payment -- that wasn't any good!hear why police were looking for that man -- that's known to many car salesman
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yes. two million, four hundred thousand, fifty-three grains of sand. exactly two hours, for steak 'n shake's half-price happier hour. we'll never miss half-price, hand-dipped milkshakes again. but master, happier hour is from two to five now. pardon me? they added an hour. ...two mill - great, i've lost count. p happy hour just got happier. p get half-priced winter shakes,r now from two to five.
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gun battle...a mother fighting for her life... police say this crash in bond hill -- started as an exchange of gunfire!why one neighbor is vowing to defend the woman. a tri-state dealer not fooled... when a man tries to write a bad check for a *car*!hear why salesmen around cincinnati know who this man is. for sale...she was a trailblazer of t-v... and now the home of ruth lyons is up for sale.hear why woman who lived there says the home is full of memories -- she didn't know existed! police now think a gun battle -- led to this scene during rush hour last night.chopper nine -- the only local helicopter getting you breaking news first -- had a unique perspective of that bond hill crash. crash.and tonight... encouraging news on the mother in that car -- fighting for
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