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making news in america this morning, countdown to the caucuses. less than a week until the first major electoral event in the presidential race. the democratic candidates on stage overnight making their final pitch to the people of iowa. digging out, the blizzard of 2016 leaving behind a mess. schools and major cities still closed and tracking another possible storm. plus, the serious situation caused by weather on the west coast. crumbling cliffs. caught on camera, a terrifying moment for a deputy thrown right under a semi truck. top dog. the hound who just had to run
placing in the top ten. and we do say good tuesday morning, everybody. think about it. by this time next tuesday the results of the first presidential contest will be in. >> at least we hope so, right. >> yes. >> next monday february 1st we've got six days to go, iowa voters will gather at their caucuses. >> last night the candidates appealed to iowa voters from the same town hall stage. >> a new national poll shows hillary clinton ahead of bernie sanders by double digits with martin o'malley trailing behind but clinton could actually lose the first contest there in iowa. abc's liz kreutz reports. >> reporter: i'm race heating up and hopefuling facing voters in a cnn town hall. >> just to be clear you are
>> yes, we will raise -- we will raise -- we will raise tax, yes, we will, but also let us be clear, chris, we may raise taxes, but we are also going to eliminate private health insurance premiums for individuals and for business. >> reporter: he also didn't hold back when asked about his opponent. >> this calls for a standing up response. >> okay. >> what do i think? let me give you a couple of examples. i voted against the war in iraq. hillary clinton voted for the war in iraq. >> reporter: later hillary clinton animated, energetic confronted with questions over her honesty and her e-mails. >> i've heard from quite a few people my age that they think you're dishonest. >> you know, look, i've been around a long time. people virginia thrown all kinds of things at me and i can't keep up with it. i just keep going forward. they fall by the wayside.
outlandish things and make these charges, i just keep going forward because there's nothing to it. >> reporter: but then a lighter moment when clinton was asked to respond to her opponent's new tv ad featuring simon & garfunkel. >> i think that's great. i think that's fabulous. i loved it. >> she did add afterwards she loved the feeling behind the ad but believes that she is still the better choice. our thanks to liz in des moines. the next republican debate is thursday night and donald trump may be there. he's demanding moderator megyn kelly be removed but kelly's bosses at fox news are standing firm reminding trump even if he's elected you don't get to pick the journalist. he was often the attack taking aim at ted cruz. >> my new battle is with a gentleman named ted cruz. because you got to speak the truth. you got to speak the truth. the canadian, the man from canada. >> as ted cruz's numbers slip in the polls his campaign released
of course, portraying him as more liberal than some might believe. we move on because schools are closed for another day in washington, baltimore, as well as philadelphia as well as some suburban communities. all of this as the mid-atlantic region continues to dig out from the blizzard of 2016. >> and don't bother calling the irs headquarters for tax advice today either. all federal government offices in washington closed again. okay, air travel is still a mess after the storm with hundreds of flights canceled today already. more than 1600 flights were canceled yesterday and 2,000 others delayed. the problems in the east affect flights all across the country as planes and crews are stuck in the wrong places. >> this weekend's blizzard is being blamed for more than 40 deaths some heart attacks. all that made fighting a blaze in baltimore a nightmare. the fire trucks couldn't get close because of snow, 24 to 30 inches fell in the region and
their streets haven't been cleared yet. well, warmer temperatures today could help the cleanup but as you can seen 0 the weather radar right there, another storm, it's moving in from the midwest, but does that mean more snow in the east? abc's rob marciano takes a look. >> slightly milder air coming in before another cold shot comes in concerned about black ice then and concerned about the potential for a late week storm. at the moment there is a chance of it getting closer to the east coast but we think the likely track is well offshore. if that happens then they'll be some light snow for eastern new england. >> winter has arrived. thank you, rob. on the west coast northern california has its own natural disaster that is brewing at this hour. the residents of this apartment complex in pacifica near san francisco have been ordered to evacuate as this cliff keeps falling into the ocean. the cause, weeks of heavy storms and high surf, it's not just the apartment building that's at risk. a nearby auto shop has lost most
>> in the last week probably seven, eight feet at least, in the last 40 years, 100 feet. you either laugh or cry. that's all you can do. >> well, it's happened before here, but a recent drone video caught a large chunk of the cliff falling off meaning this apartment building is in immeant ex- a grand jury in houston was weighing charges against planned parenthood after video was circulated that seemed to show executives trading in fetal tissue. instead they indicted two of the activists on charges of tampering with government records and purchasing human organs. no other details of those were released. >> now to michigan where the governor there may soon be forced to reveal more details about his handling of the water crisis in flint. governor rick snyder's e-mails and other communications have been subpoenaed. this is all part of a class action lawsuit. it comes as a former prosecutor
investigation into the crisis. well, new details in that huge manhunt for escapees in southern california. officials in orange county say they believe the three men are still in the area because of their close ties to local vietnamese gangs and are pleading for anyone to come forward with information. last week's escape wasn't noticed for 16 hours. something the sheriff's department says is being addressed. >> let's add a new job title for the president. call him shoveler in chief. president obama cracking a joke after emerging from the white house for the first time since the blizzard. >> all this stuff. >> sure, you did, mr. president. he joked that he cleared the south lawn pointing towards the section where his helicopter lands. >> i'd love to see that video. >> yeah, of him doing it. still ahead, the average price of super bowl tickets. any guesses. >> 100 bucks. >> 50 years ago. breaking overnight a rescue at sea. a yacht sinking with passengers
well, here's a close call in the waters off south florida. 13 people had to be rescued from a sinking yacht. the coast guard says the 106-foot boat took on water 13 miles off the coast of ft. lauderdale. all passengers were able to get on board the coast guard ship that arrived to help but appears a mechanical problem may have caused the yacht to sink. all day breakfast at
the burger giant had better than expected earnings last quarter, up more than 5.5%. mcdonald's began offering all day breakfast in october. part of their turnaround plan and seems to be working. >> everyone loves an egg and cheese breakfast. hash browns. forget about an easy commute proximity to parks or good schools, a supermarket nearby may be the key. homes within a mile of a trader joe's or whole foods worth twice as much. within two years of them opening nearby homes surged 10%. planning to go to the super bowl, it is not going to be cheap. seat geek reporting the average ticket price right now is more than $5300. that, by the way, is the most at two weeks before a super bowl in six years. in fact, the highest was less than $4,000, but prices usually drop as the game approaches.
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the way. it's been there since friday night when it broke down. that means other plows can't get in to clear the street. roads in northern virginia down to the gulf coast could be wet today and on top of ice, that's a dangerous combination as you know. a small midwest snowstorm could make roads slippery there and roads will be wet in washington state. if you're flying airport delays likeliest in houston and new orleans. tragedy for an atlanta couple on vacation in the caribbean. officials on the island of grenada say jessica colker was stabbed to death as she walked along a deserted beach. her husband was able to escape. friends in atlanta say colker was a physician's assistant at a children's hospital where her husband was a doctor. an ex-con is being questioned by police. well, heart disease is different in women than in men. experts have known that for years but the message isn't getting through to women or the health professional who treat them. so the american heart
first comprehensive scientific statement on gender differences in heart attack patients. women may be more likely to have unusual symptoms such as shortness of breath, nausea or vomiting and back or neck pain and they hope to raise awareness and improve outcomes. a nurse is facing charges for faking cancer to scam donations. investigators in forsyth county say mary bennett used her medical training to convince potential donors she had stage 4 ovarian cancer. she received $25,000 in donations using that to fund trips around the southeast including a trip to new orleans to see a ventriloquist kirk mcconnell held a fund-raising dinner for a benefit. >> i couldn't believe it. i couldn't believe it. for days after i talked to them i still couldn't believe it but now i believe it. >> bennett has now been charged with theft and forgery. in austin, texas, take a
a strange road rage incident caught on cam. the video shows a man wielding a baseball bat confronting the driver of a pickup truck who then grabbed a pole, the two of them go at it like ninja warriors in the middle of a street. the conflict steams to finally wind down as a photographer drives off. it's a good thing they didn't have guns or they didn't resort to the guns that they might have. >> it was definitely not a lightsaber. >> dramatic scene inside a new mexico courtroom. a man who just had been convicted of a sex crime suddenly attacked the prosecutor. court officers and others quickly responded and the prosecutor wasn't seriously hurt. the man faces more serious charges in connection with the attack. well, a terrifying close call for a sheriff's deputy in ohio. as a tractor trailer hits him and runs him over. he was directing traffic after a minor accident because of the backup. the truck had paused too close to the railroad tracks and was hit by a train. the officer is mostly all right. a couple of gashes on his head
>> okay, so you may think you live alone or with just your family members. humans share their homes with hundreds of species of bugs, fly, spiders, beetles, lice and more. a study of 50 homes near raleigh, north carolina, found more than 100 species per house. the good news, most of them the researchers found are benign, so sleep tight, enjoy your breakfast. time now for sports. lice? >> the lice or the mice or whatever it is. guys at espn. "sportscenter" set in los angeles. he's neil. i'm stan. we've been waiting all season for it. after the start to the season of the warriors and spurs had. >> the kings/hornets game because that was a good one, wasn't it? this game was the one we thought was going to be good.
fan, the first of many wow moments for steph curry who wanted the foul. didn't get it. the spurs just -- they got run. curry had 37. draymond gene reen shut lamarcus aldridge down, tim duncan did not play. it did not matter. the warriors won by 30. neil mentioned the hornets and killings. da mark cause cousins, 48 his last game career high against the pacers saturday. but he decided why not go for more. hilting threes. driving to the hole. finishing on alley-oops. and then getting 56 point, a new career high, nba season high in a kings franchise record but troy daniels off the hornets' bench had 28. a career high for him. hit eight threes and the hornets
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down to the super bowl, check out these winning tattoos. >> winning. >> winning being sort of an operative word. one arizona cardinals fan got one indicating that they won super bowl 50. >> the other side of the country another tattoo from a confident patriots fan sadly for these folks, of course, neither team is even in the big game. >> i guess you've got to be a die-hard fan to do this. >> you got to believe. >> and the seventh finisher at a half marathon in alabama actually didn't look like that. but never bothered to register bachelor the race. ludivine, take a look somehow escaped her backyard and made her way to the starting line and ran the entire 13.1-mile course. >> for good reason. the 2 1/2-year-old hound dog had no trouble keeping up with the pack even though her owner says that she's lazy. her time was a little over an hour and a half and marathon officials awarded her a medal on
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good morning tri-state i'm kathrine nero. nero.and i'm chris riva...breaking overnight ronald reagan highway is all clear again this morning... after it had to be shut down due to a serious accident overnight.police tell us a woman lost control of her car on the exit ramp at galbraith road.she hit a pole.police shut down the highway in both directions to let an aircare helicopter land.she was taken to the hospital... police and the hospital have not released her condition. well, you're waking uip to a little bit of rain this morning.but it should be moving out by the time you start your commute.and as the rain moves out..cold moves in.
warning meterologiat jennier ketchmark with how low those temps are goping to go and when things are expected to warm backup. a cold front moved through our area in light rain. temperatures will fall during the day with 8 a.m. temperatures closer to 40 and 4 p.m. temperatures around 350f. flurries will also be possible this afternoon. coming up, how long we'll have to wait until 50 degree highs return to the tri-state. no traffic issues, minute-by-minute updates on wcpo.com and at the bottom of the screen
who can afrod to live in overthe rhine?over the last ten years its undergone quite the change.a new study byu the o-t-r community council details how much the housinfg market has changed.and who can and can't afford rent and home prices.you can read all aboutit right now on wcpo.com that and a whole lot more when good morning tri-state at 4:30 starts right now. a packed room... fears about violent crime in cincinnati...the mayor and police chief's response this morning.