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tonight ... digging out of the snow ...cincinnati was spared but counties to our south ... not quite so lucky ... how these communities are coping today. and ... an historic storm blankets the east coast ...we're tracking snowfall from tennessee to d-c and everywhere in between. here in the city - the snow didn't pack too big of a punch. but down south - plenty of you spent the day bundling up and dealing with several inches of fresh powder. 9 on your side reporter john genovese in falmouth ... where they certainly got their fair
:00 - :09the sun's out and the snow's stopped coming down. falmouth got blanketed as far as the eye can see-and many folks around here spent the day digging bundled up with a shovel in hand "all over - this whole street"when the white stuff comes down-dakota brown sees dollar signs "make a little bit of money" in this small city of just more than 2- thousand"snow - all white - it's different' as the flakes were falling-"its slippery out - i've been sliding all over with my car and stuff" people here got their fair share"and the snow continued to pile overnight - when it was all said and done - falmouth ended up with around 5-point-2 inches of powder""last night i was going out and followed two cars going up the hill that slid real bad" by saturday afternoon- most of the main streets were taken care of "out here everyone pretty much gets their tractors going with blades and starts cleaning it up" but some neighborhood spots were still covered in white-and no pavement in sight
people that have the long driveways into their places -that's where you have the trouble" on the flip side "(what do you like most about the snow?) going sledding" "i just like playing in it - that's the only thing i pretty much like about it" and kaleb, garrett and dad didn't waste any time "buildin a little ramp - we built one last year but this one isn't as good - but we're gonna do it" so for sliding or saving "shoveling snow to make money" this weekend-the frozen stuff - is sticking around"stay warm and got some more snow to plow" (john)despite the progress - a level 2 travel advisory has been issued here in pendleton county. officials are urging everyone to stay off the roads unless they're getting food or have some sort of medical reason. in falmouth - john genovese - 9oys. seventeen hours.that's how long thousands of people spent trapped on kentucky's i-75 ... as a snowstorm dumped inches
state.state troopers say semi after semi spun out on the snowy road.traffic ground to a halt in central kentucky around 1 yesterday ... and didn't start moving again until this morning.9 on your side spoke to a cincinnati native who was traveling here from georgia. she says no one ever gave food, water, blankets...or anything. at 2 in the morningwe'd been there 12 hours then come by and they check on everybody- how's your gas - do you have enough gas - can you stay warm? 38:20 and we fortunately had just gassed up before we hit this so we were good for gas. 38:26we said we're good for gas but do you have any water? 38:28 and he said no but there's somebody coming along right behind me with food and water happened. 38:36 38:36 hear more of kate anthony's story tonight at eleven...and you will make stocking your car in the
the snow trapping those drivers ...part of a storm system bringing what's being called 'the blizzard of 20-16' to the east coast ... several places declaring states of emergency ... and the snow is still falling.abc's karla barguiarena is in new york city with the latest. :16-:201:10-1:151:31-1:46no hype here? the blizzard of 2016 hitting hard? natsnew york city nearly doubling its expected snow totals?officials forced to ban travel on streets, highways, bridges and commuter rails?even some of the city's subway system - frozen.sot - mayor bill de blasio / (d) new york city"if you have taken your car out for any reason, turn around and go home right now."in west virginia - white out conditions - nearly obscuring this convoy of plows.in arlington, virginia - snow buried police cruisers?the national guard sending in soldiers to help.travel by air - crippled?no planes going in or out of new york, washington or philadelphia.instead, equipment lined up to clear the runways.natspeople in the
expecting three feet or more of accumulation.sot - brian pittack / homeowner "a few feet's okay. but once you pass 24 and they're calling for 36 or 40, you start wondering how much your roof can hold."nats but it's not all about the snow?.from long island to queens, new york? to the jersey shore? front yards - and entire neighborhoods overrun with icy ocean water. still - new jersey governor chris christie reassuring his state - things are under control.sot - gov. chris christie / (r) new jersey"this is my 17th snow emergency in 6 years? // this is not superstorm sandy."but it's not misery for everyone?these deer enjoyed the empty streets of washington dc?.and giant panda "tian tian" frolicked at the national zoo? while a few brave parents, helped their kids enjoy this historic blizzard.karla barguiarena oncam close:here in manhattan, more than two inches of snow were coming down an hour during the height of the storm. as you can see it was burying cars and making travel virtually impossible. what's
come.karla barguiarena, abc news, new york. hazards: watch for slick spots especially snow-packed areas. cold night with single digit wind chill, otherwise no additional hazards.it's going especially for those in and east of greater cincinnati. with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies lows cincinnati with feels like temperatures in the single in the single digits for a few hours. in areas of snow, temperatures will settle in the single digits. for example, falmouth, kentucky is forecast at 8 degrees tonight. sunday will be a little warmer with mostly to partly sunny skies and highs in the mid-30s. monday, expect a nice day with mostly sunny skies but clouds increase late in the day ahead of a cold front. south winds ahead of our next cold front
the lower 40 to mid 40s. rain returns overnight into tuesday, with a slight chance of light snow showers during the afternoon tuesday. no accumulation is expected. wednesday brings the return of temperatures warming into the 40s for the remainder of the and mostly sun filled days. enjoy! people in flint michigan-- are fighting for one of the most basic human needs- water. an oversight left the water supply contaminated with lead-- making the water-- unusable.-- now-- now locals in the queen city are banning together to help. 9 on your side's rose-ann aragon joins us live from hartwell with that story. roe: just look at the cases and cases of water -- these volunteers have been collecting for days --- all of which will eventaully go to the city that's starved for
nats: waterit's one of the most basic human needs-- nats: bring it over here. now needed more than ever(***victoria mullins-public allies cincinnati***) (cg5-11)"we are taking water to flint, michigan tomorrow to assist the people up there with the water crisis."a crisis the president deemed a state of emergency-- flint's water-- contaminated with lead. (***bill denzer - hartwell resident***) (cg16-23)"those people are at the hands ot the people that govern them and they've been let down."it all started in april of 2014-- the city temporarily switched their water supply from lake huron to the norotirously dirty flint river-- through service lines made of lead-- people started getting sick-- local joe davis grew up there-- (***joe davis-flint native***)(cg 36-45)"my family is still there, all my sibling are involved with drinking it. it's very disappointing. i just hope that justicei s brought fairly"the natinal guard giving families only a case a day. -- (doctor - abc news sot)"we'll see in a few years, the impacts on cogniton and behavrior, a drop in their iq their bahvrioal problems." (mullins)"it's heart breaking
not a privilege and sending up water is something we thought we could do."nats: -- and they did. kroger donated to them this truck-- others--their generosity"i donated the largest amount of water i could buy"all to help those get something many of us might take for granted."it's amazing we can rally around.. it's wonderful people coming out on a freezing cold day and give their time and their mone to this effort." roe: now both trucks will be leaving tomorrow morning -- these volunteers will also be personally handing out these bottles to those in the flint community. reporting live ra 9 oys. answering to charges in court today ...a woman who police say got high on heroin with her 'children' in the car ... and crashed.
amanda gordon and 27 year old clayford wilson from lawrenceburg injected themselves with heroin inside the car.their 8 and 10 year old sons were with them.police say gordon overdosed and veered off i-74 near the race road overpass ... rolling over the car.today gordon was arraigned on 175-thousand dollars total bond ... charged with endangering children, o-v-i, and drug charges.the children have been placed with their grandmother. coming up ... a new year, a new you! you!how a cincinnati favorite is helping people carry on with their new year's
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hazards: watch for slick spots on roads, due to re- freeze, especially snow-packed areas. cold night with single digit wind chill, otherwise no additional hazards.it's going to be another cold night, especially for those in snow-packed communities south and east of greater cincinnati. with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies lows will bottom out around 14 in cincinnati with feels like temperatures in the single in the single digits for a few hours. in areas of snow, temperatures will settle in the single digits. for example, falmouth, kentucky is forecast at 8 degrees tonight. sunday will be a little warmer
skies and highs in the mid-30s. monday, expect a nice day with mostly sunny skies but clouds increase late in the day ahead of a cold front. south winds ahead of our next cold front will take temperatures into the lower 40 to mid 40s. rain returns overnight into tuesday, with a slight chance of light snow showers during the afternoon tuesday. no accumulation is expected. wednesday brings the return of sunshine, followed by temperatures warming into the 40s for the remainder of the week. and it looks like dry and mostly sun filled days.
in the week. but farr wasn't having any more of that.nor was freshman edmond sumner, who right before the halftime horn, drove the baseline and gave xavier a 40-36 lead. second half, xavier up three. and trevon blueitt finds farr, who today, dropped 24 on seton hall, off the benchbut this was hardly a one man shot. blueitt goes inside to reynolds: two blocked shots, five rebounds and six points. xavier shot better than 45- percent from the floor.and with the ball, bluiett acquitted himself well...three, three point shots and 15 pointsxavier goes to 17-2, with an 84-76 win. and again, james farr was simply terrific. trt :20outcue:...as a senior leader((farr: well, i'm a senior. my days here are ticking down. i want to make sure i go out on the right note. be a good teammate. go out the right way. take every
by example as a senior leader. )) with each passing game, it's becoming more evident. tyler ulis,is the go to guy on the uk basketball team. today, against vanderbilt, ulis led the charge.ulis was nine of 13 from the floor today and his 21-points led the wildcats to another win.and here's one of his five assists, to marcus lee. uk shot 55-percent from the field. it committed just seven turnovers....and induced the commodores to turn it over 12 times. jamal murray with the steal, two on one break. and the finishkentucky slams vandy 76-57. uk is now15-4 in bloomington, it was an early tip for the indiana hoosiers. against northwestern, in the middle of a 12-0 run, thomas bryant with some thunder.the hoosiers continued to build their lead. time running down on the shot clock. yogi ferrell was seven of 13-from the field.. this to put 'iu' up ten.and in the second half of this game.
the northwestern turnover...and watch collin hartman deliver on the other end of the court, with one of his three, three point shots. indiana made 13-three point shots, shot almost 53-percent from the floor. and here's freel setting up troy williams. 89-57 is the final. ferrell had 17. and indiana is 7-0 in the big ten for the first time
it's been a nightmare-ess day on the east coast with record snowfalls....it's also been that and more for the duquesne basketball team which is still stranded on the pennsylvania turnpike.duquesne played, and beat, george mason university friday night. then took off for him. but it'll be another night sleeping on the bus. the team is stranded, about 80-miles from home. the weather will be out of the carolinas by game time tomorrow. around six-30, the carolina panthers will play the arizona cardinals for the right to play in the super bowl.the panthers practiced in the snow friday and today... out in arizona, the weather couldn't be better.and out in arizona, carson palmer who'll finally get to play in a game of this magnitude is as laid back as you'd remember him. trt :12outcue:...stick with that recipe"((palmer: i'm not studying extra film or taking extra reps in practice or