tv 9 On Your Side News 6 ABC January 16, 2016 6:00pm-6:30pm EST
the tri-state bracing for much colder air and a chance of a but that will pale in comparison to the below zero wind chills setting up for early monday morning and the martin luther king jr. holiday celebrations kicking off the day. cloudy skies and a few flurries are possible this evening with seasonal
tonight- police are looking for the person responsible for shooting and killing a 20 year old in avondale. 9 as the investigation continues, community leaders are taking a stand for the neighborhood where the shooting happened. 9 on your side's ashley zilka joins us live. the victim showed up here at children's hospital last night. since then - police have been working around the clock to find answers. people who live in the neighborhood say they need help. mariyah- 6 years old 19:31:01 "stop the shooting. stop the killing. we want to grow up. 03 6 year old mariyah heard the message loud and clear. religious leaders pleaded with the community to stop the violence as they walked around alaska avenue apartments. the place where 20 year old immanuel scott was shot and killed last night. ennis tait pastor of the church of the living god 19:35:45 we wanted to let the residents of this apartment building and anyone that can hear us to let them know that we are here, we really want people to take in
stop the violence. 54 police tell 9 on your side scott was shot and then driven to cincinnati children's hospital where he died. two men brought the victim to the hospital in a car. scott's friends told police he was shot at this apartment complex. officers were not able to find any physical evidence of the shooting, though neighbors reported hearing a shot or two fired. mary kirksey says she's scared to let her daughter kirksey 19:27:26 "i know my daughter is not really safe wherever we go. anywhere we go, it's not safe. 32 although families are sick and tired of the violence- mariyah: 6 years old 19:31:30 they are bad. they kill people. 34 these men say they can't give up on their neighborhood. ennis tait 19:35:58 the message was we are not going to stand by while other people lose their lives. 02 as we mentioned before, scott was taken here to the hospital in a vehicle. police have custody of that right now. no information about possible suspects has been released.
police in mount healthy are looking for the thief who ran over a store clerk with his car. a clerk at the speedway at 7300 hamilton avenue had left his car on to warm up around 6:45 this morning.when he came back out, he saw a man sitting inside it.that man ran over the clerk as he took off in the car.the clerk is seriously hurt tonight. tonight.here's a description of the stolen car: police are looking for a silver 2004 chevrolet malibu with ohio tag d-s-m-6-2-3-6. the vehicle has an army sticker on the rear bumper, and a broken rear tail light.call mt. healthy police at 513-728-3183 if you've seen this vehicle. a man accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl faced a judge today. today.investigators say in one of the incidents, evan
pole and removed her clothes. he's also accused of touching the girl in two other incidents.now he's charged with several crimes, including unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.bond is set at 120 thousand dollars. another man accused of pointing a gun at his sister was in court. court.investigators say taymar davis' crime was was caught on camera. his sister was just 8 years old at the time.his bond is 60- thousand dollars and he also has to stay away from his sister. prosecutors will not be able to use some key evidence in the case against a woman, accused of hitting and killing a utility worker in west chester.a judge threw out evidence siezed in michelle schuster's car, because the make and model did not match the search warrant.however, the judge ruled that prosecutors can use schuster's blood tests, which indictated she had used marijuana.police say schuster was driving left
utlity workers, killing amber rooks in april of last year. schuster pleaded not guilty. a federal lawsuit accusing miami university of using technology that created a barrier for a blind student has been settled.aleeha dudley alleged she could not access her course materials through her text-to-speech software, nor was she given information in braille.details of the settlement have not been released. learning from lauren hill's lessons.a northern kentucky five year old - now fighting d-i-p-g too. too.this is brooklyn smith.she found out she has brain cancer just a few days ago - and just days after her fifth birthday. she just had her first surgery this week - and her family tells nine on your side she is out and smiling.that's a common theme as they prepare for this little girl's fight. scott smith/brooklyn's uncle 012111 smile for brooklyn, that's what we're telling everybody to do. she loves to smile, and her smiling, we're
everybody is smile. there's so much otu there, smile every day. day.brooklyn's family has launched a facebook page and gofund me account already. coming up at 11 - the one thing that keeps them positive after such an awful diagnosis. winton hills health center is getting an extreme makeover. makeover.85 volunteers from give back cincinnati spent today putting on a fresh coat of pain, donated by sherwin- williams.the health center serves people on medicaid, as well as the uninsured.and it's staying open during the transformation. our plan is to have a big relaunch happening in april. but the thing about this is we have to do the work on weekends and have it back into working order so it can keep going every week and serve all these families. families.in all, the improvements will be worth about 100 thosuand dollars.
investigators say human remains have been found near grand lake saint mary's state park, north of dayton.and they're treating the case as a homicide. homicide.a hiker spotted the bones in a ditch earlier this month.police say the remains are that of a 20-to 35 year old man, who was about five- foot-7 to 6-foot 1 inches tall. investigators say the bones had been on the ground for less than a year. the bones will undergo months of intensive testing, then be entered into national missing persons databases. january 22nd marks the
today, the cincinnati pro- life committee held its annual prolife rosary, procession and rally to mark that anniversary. the group prayed for what it calls the "crime of abortion." begining at city hall, they marched to fountain square for a rally. the reason we're here is because we know god won't bless a country that doesn't protect its innocent ones. ones.this is the 32nd year for the event. event.pro-life and pro-choice events take place all over the country on the roe v wade anniversary. ken broo is in tonight with the latest in sports. sports.including highlands from a rough day for the uc bearcats....who played into
limitless brazilian jiu jitsu and fitness celebrated its grand opening today in walnut hills.there's everything from yoga to cardio kickboxing and, of course, jiu jitsu. fresh flowers will also get you thinking of spring. spring.the krohn conservatory' s annual floral show opened today.the show will help you get a head start on what you'll be planting this spring. there are a number of events over the next couple of months to help you and your family get ready to plant.the show
streak...and the finish to put the musketeers up 14. six steals for the muskies today first half again, james farr, off the bench, and in 29 minutes had 16 to lead the musketeers in scoring. farr was six of ten and19 rebounds in those 29-minutes.and back in action, edmond sumner, back from his concussion, sumner with a strong move and the foul 15-points for him.as xavier goes to 16-1 with a 74-66 win needing every single win it can get to get into the ncaa tournament discussion, the bearcats fell in double overtime today in philadelphia. and get this, against temple, uc shot one-of-18 from outside the arc. less than 20-second remained in regualtion. and down two, the bearcats tie it. troy caupain drives the lane and tips in his own miss.this game was tied at 60 with ten seconds left in the first overtime. correante deberry appears to be fouled...and maybe that's why he missed the stick back that would've won the game.second overtime now. 30-seconds to go. josh
but the ball winds up with jaylen bond. temple led by two last chance for the bearcats. it's caupaihnj again...he tries to kick it outside. but no one is there. and it's a turnover.67-65 is the final. temple wins it in double overtime. 00 - 12: jamal murray hot from three-point land. (two three pointers) ... 4 of 10 from behind the arc ... kentucky led 35 -30 at the half -17: chris canty hits 3 to give auburn first 2nd-half lead -23: uk up 67-65 with 1:30 to play, canty goes to the rim and draws foul. converts the 3-point play. 68-67 auburn. 26 points for canty-25: tyler harris step-back jumper ices the win for auburn. 21 points for harris.fans rush the court as the tigers break 18-game losing streak to uk with the 75-70 win. maryland dropped the hammer on ohio state today. up seven,
finishstill first half. maryland by seven again. and it's melo trimble with the lob to diamond stone again. the terps led by 18 at the half. trimble was just terrific in this gameand look at the kick out to varoon rahm for the three.maryland simply toyed with the buckeyes todayand wound up winning this game, 100-65 jake layman with the exclamation point. the miami redhawks lost today, on the road at ball state. ball state's jeremiah davis made a jump shot with a second to go to win it. but miami was outscored in the second half of this game, 31-18. 48- 46 was the final. indiana on the road at minnesota today. check out thomas bryant on this move here. in 22 minutes bryant delivered ten points for the indiana hoosiers.minnesota would climb back within two in the second half of the game. nate mason here.but yogi ferrell had 20, including this drive in the second half.and his 20-led the way.as the
touchdown.but friday, their boss nfl director of officiating dean blandino admitted, this wasn't a catch. if that was the call on the field, the bengals would be playing this weekend. big win last night for the mason comets. at oak hills, tied at 33, mason's cameron schreiter put this up at the buzzer...and he made it.mason beat oak hills, 35-33. mason is 12-1 right now. and last night, monmouth beat iona 110-102. but the bigger story was the reaction, seemingly to every made basket, by the monmouth bench...it was...to put it mildly, bizarre. but monmouth has been doing this all season. and iona, in the handshake line after the game, simply boiled over....and a fight ensued. iona's jordan washington was suspended for two games today for slapping a
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