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breaking overnight... a man is shot on winton terrace.police say he walked over to king run road after being shot in the side... and knocked on a person's door for help.police say he was taken to u-c medical center and should be okay.he told police he doesn't know who shot him. and the manhunt continues for the suspect who tried to rape a woman in hamilton... before he attacks again. again.witnesses ran to help his would-be victim yesterday... who was half- naked and screaming in a cemetery. timyka artist joins us live with what we know about this
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a cemetery can be a scary night for some. for the victim what happened not far from here was a real life nightmare. police says she ran to greenwood cemetery after a man tried to force her to have sex inside his truck.according to neighbors who heard the woman's cries for help, she told them she had never the suspect who put a knife to her throat while trying to tape her. somehow she managed to escape his grip and run to the cemetery. christian greer heard the woman outside of his home screaming for someone to call police. he and other residents ran outside for help "she just had a shirt on on, just a shirt. it was really chilly around 2 in the afternoon. so i gave her the hoody i had on."
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searching for the suspect this morning. the victim remembered he was driving a white ford truck and wearing a pair of glasses. police are planning to release more information later this morning about any possible suspects. they will also let us know how the victim is doing. in hamilton timyka artist 9oys a cincinnati police officer... accused of commiting a crime *in uniform*... will appear before a judge this morning. investigators say joseph simpson took some money out of a restaurant's cash register while working an off-duty detail. he's charged with theft... and has been suspended without pay from the department.simpson's attorney told 9 on your side he's been a stellar officer... and wants people to give him a fair shake. a judge could decide the future of five apartment complexes considered public
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we've been reporting on the properties owned by p-f holdings for months.it gets five million dollars of *your* money a year to subsidize rent. but some tenants are suing over what they call unliveable conditions.the attorney for the current out-of-state landlord tells nine on your side they've spent hundreds of thousands of dollars fixing the problems. the final republican presidential debate before the iowa caucuses went on as scheduled... and *without* donald trump. without trump ...other candidates tried to take a more civil tone during the fox news debate.still... the canidates clashed over differences on immigration, leadership, and electability. most of those attacks... aimed at second-place candidate ted cruz... calling him a flip- flopper on amnesty for illegal immigrants. sot rand paul: "i was for legalization //so was ted but now he says it wasn't so -- that's not true."sot ted cruz: "we led the fight against amnesty."sot marco rubio: "the truth is, ted, throughout this campaign you've been willing to say or do anything in order
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9 on your side teamed up with politifact... one of the most respected fact checking groups in the nation... to hold these politicians accountable for what they say.donald trump... sitting out the debate... kicked off the discussion. while he's famous for cutting down his fellow candidates... ted cruz told the crowd that he chooses the high road when trading jabs. ted cruz: "let me be clear. if donald engages in insults or anybody else... i don't intend to recipricate. i have not insulted donald personally and i don't intend to." to."but cruz is mostly false, according to our politifact analysts.he and trump shared a warm relationship not too long ago and what qualifies as an "insult" is subjective.but cruz has certainly mocked trump more recently.at the beginning of the debate... he made light of trump's habit of insulting his fellow candidates.cruz called them all stupid, fat and ugly... and himself... a maniac. our politifact team spent the night reviewing statements
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well.we'll be posting the "truth ratings" on w- c-p-o-dot-com and our mobile app. of course... all eyes on the elephant "not" in the room... donald trump... who skipped the debate over fox news moderator megyn kelly. kelly.trump held a counter-event at the same time... just blocks away from the debate... raising money for veterans.trump said fox news had tried to get him back in the debate... but he'd already made up his mind. (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "i didn't want to be here, i have to be honest. i wanted to be about five minutes away, and i've enjoyed that. but you have to stick up for your rights. when you're treated badly, you have to stick up for your rights." rights."trump and cruz are expected to battle for the top spot in the iowa caucus... 1st. tri-state home goes up in flames.what we're learning about a late night fire in found when they arrived on scene. shooting caught on camera.an oregon militia member... gunned down by federal agents. why the f-b-i says it had no
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as temperatures continue to fall into the morning drive, changing over to a light wintry mix or flurries. the impact on your drive to work temperatures eventually drop to 290f for our low at 8 a.m. clouds decrease this afternoon 38.
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new this morning... a fire in dayton, kentucky is being called suspicious.firefighters say the flames were going up the wall of the house on fifth avenue near mckinney avenue when they arrived. the house was vacant.newport and fort thomas fire departments were called to help put out the flames.there's no word on morning. for the first time... we're getting a look at the shootout that killed a protester... who seized a federal wildlife refuge in oregon. the f-b-i released this video... showing the violent confrontation from tuesday night.federal agents say they shot lavoy finicum... when finicum reached toward his
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protest leader ammon bundy and several others were also arrested. happening today... the "affluenza" teen will face a texas judge. judge.ethan couch was booked yesterday following his deportation from mexico.couch and his mother were tracked down in puerto vallarta on december 28th.couch was sentenced to 10 years probation for a crash that killed four people... but lef the country after a video of him drinking went viral. listeria ourbreak... traced back to ohio.we're learning new details about a springfield dole plant... filled with tainted salad.what investigators say an inspection turned up. strong cold snap...a closer look at last week's northeast blizzard... and just how many americans felt its wrath. as temperatures continue to fall into the morning drive, we'll see this precipitation changing over to a light wintry mix or flurries. the impact on your drive to work should be minor at best. temperatures eventually drop to 290f for our low at 8 a.m. clouds decrease this afternoon and we'll see a cool high of
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gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 5 on 9 on your side!" in the live alert... and breaking overnight... an american has been sentenced to 20 years in a south korean prison.a seoul court convicted 36-year old arthur patterson of stabbing a south korean university student to death... inside a burger king in 1997. patterson was extradited in september... 16 years after he fled to the u-s.the murder case is one of the most notorious and hotly debated in south korea's history. we have new information this morning following a listeria outbreak... that traces back to a southwestern ohio facility.
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news-sun reports that the dole plant... which produces packaged salads... had the right procedures in place to prevent illness.dole stopped all production at the plant... and is withdrawing packaged salads on the market that were produced there. the world health organization will hold an emergency meeting monday to get a handle on the spread of the zika virus.the w-h-o will decide if the outbreak should be declared an international health emergency. according to the c-d-c... zika, which is spread by mosquitoes, is in more than 20 countries, including the u-s. the f-b-i has raided an indiana home in connection to the disappearance of an indiana university student. student.lauren spierer has been missing since june 20-11 as she was walking toward her apartment in bloomington. witnesses told police she was drunk and left her phone and shoes behind at a bar.she had just finished her sophomore year at i-y ...crews were
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at a home in martinsville, and cadaver dogs were on the scene. "you could tell that they were searching. they had the dogs out and they were going through stuff." stuff."there's no word on what... if anything... was found. indiana lawmakers... taking on meth by keeping it out of the hands of addicts.they're targeting pseudo-ephedrine... which is found in high- strength cold medicines like sudafed and mucinex.a new bill would require drug offenders to get a prescription to buy it.the same plan failed in the indiana house last year. the u-s military is looking to become more family-friendly in hopes of becoming a more appealing career path. path.defense secretary ash carter wants to put a uniform standard for maternity leave in place.that means doubling the length of full paid maternity leave for moms in the army and air force to 12 weeks.but it would actually cut leave for navy moms... who now get 18 weeks.carter also
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leave from 10 days to 14 days. people in the northeast probably aren't surprised. surprised.but last weekend's blizzard was the fourth most powerful to hit the region in more than six decades. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration ... noaa ...looked at the amount of snow... the impact area and how many people were affected to figure out the ranking.the storm hit almost 103 million people in 26 states.number one is still the storm of the century in 1993... which dropped more than 30 inches in places from mississippi to maine.
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first warning forecast. long:clouds will hang around through the morning before some sunshine breaks out this afternoon. but temperatures will not be as warm this afternoon, only topping out at 380f. by the weekend, an area of high pressure sets up over the carolinas and brings more mild air back to the tri-state. saturday will be partly cloudy and down right pleasant outside. temperatures will build into the mid to low 50s! more clouds are back for sunday and we'll see a better chance for rain. currently, it's looking like a 40% chance for rain during the day. this means hit or miss light showers are expected, especially in the afternoon hours. we are still watching the timing of rain next week. currently, it looks like monday will be mainly dry during the day with highs staying mild in the mid 50s. a warm front lifts that night, bringing in scattered rain chances. but most of the day tuesday will be spent in the warm sector of our next low pressure system. temperatures climb to 580f. then, showers and storms will likely move through the tri-state later that evening and overnight.
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cool rapidly.morning rush isolated rain & chance of flurriesmostly cloudylow: 29 fridaymostly cloudy early partly cloudy laterhigh: 38 friday nightpartly cloudy skies milder lowslow: 31saturday partly cloudywarmerhigh: 51 saturday nightmostly cloudy milder, isolated rain chance low: 41sundaycloudy skies scattered, light showershigh:
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traffic you're *hired*... as a popular t-v show prepares to launch its new season with some big names. names.who's joining the cast of "celebrity apprentice"... to replace donald trump.
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honor for an a-b-c t-v star. her unusual prize... and the accomplished names she's joining. and here's what you'll see
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several cincinnati high schools are making the grade... both in ohio and across the country. country.according to u-s news and world report... walnut hills ranked number one in the state... and 65th nationally. indian hill is second in ohio... and 102nd in the nation.wyoming is ranked 4th in ohio... and mariemont rounded out the top 10. wages are down in 80 of the 100 biggest cities in the u-s. s.the brookings study looked at economic conditions between 2009 and 2014.and while almost every metro area had improvement in at least one area like employment or productivity...most had lower
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impacted minorities more than whites. n-b-c hopes to boost its ratings for its popular show celebrity apprentice without donald trump...and it's turning to *another* billionaire. warren buffett... the third richest man in the world according to forbes... is joining new host arnold schwarzenegger in the boardroom.other celebrities include actress jessica alba and former model tyra banks, as well as microsoft c-e-o steve ballmer.no word yet on the show's premiere date. the nation's oldest undergraduate drama troupe has picked actress kerry washington as its "woman of the year." year."harvard university's hasty pudding theatricals honored the "scandal" star after a parade through harvard square.the honor included the traditional roast and the presentation of a gold pudding pot.the group said it picked washington because she is talented... socially engaged... and continues to break barriers in hollywood. starting the new chapter in his life...former speaker of
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moving forward in the new year. year.where he'll make his first public appearance since leaving office. as temperatures continue to fall into the morning drive, we'll see this precipitation changing over to a light wintry mix or flurries. the impact on your drive to work should be minor at best. temperatures eventually drop to 290f for our low at 8 a.m. clouds decrease this afternoon and we'll see a cool high of
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new concerns this morning of lead in the water at another ohio school.where officials
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a weekend warm-up.pushing through your friday to enjoy temperatures in the mid-50's. mid-50's.9 first warning meterologist jennifer ketchmark is here now...jen, will there be any rain? jennifer calls for graphic full fullas temperatures continue to fall into the morning drive, we'll see this precipitation changing over to a light wintry mix or flurries. the impact on your drive to work should be minor at best. temperatures eventually drop to 290f for our low at 8 a.m. clouds decrease this afternoon and
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traffic rarely has a bottle of water able to make such a difference. but with the water crisis in flint michigan it's taken on a whole new importance. importance.and in just a few hours.. you can help that struggling city by dropping off bottled water at norwood schools.jordan burgess is live with a closer look at why those there feel they have a
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in a few hours.. norwood middle school will be filled with students as usual.. but along with books and backpacks.. they'll have bottles.and it's all because of two cities that even before water grabbed headlines.. knew what it was like for bad things to come down the pipeline. other groups across the tri- state have also taken part in collecting bottled water for flint.this is one of those collections from last week.now students and parents at norwood schools are getting involved.during morning drop off and afternoon pick up.. they're being asked to bring bottled water to any of norwood's schools.the idea was started by the group avenues for success because of the city's shared struggle with flint.both were towns hurt by cut backs in the auto industry. i really felt this connection to flint because of this same story. it was predicted years ago that norwood would not rebound but we did. students will start arriving with water here around 7-15. reporting live.. jordan
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side. what if you don't go to norwood schools, how can you help? help?the group will also be collecting water at the norwood kroger tomorrow from 8 to 5.so you can drop it off there as well. ohio's governor tackled the problem in flint during last night's g-o-p debate.governor john kasich said he would have been on top of the water crisis right away.kasich also said his executive experience in columbus makes him the top choice for the white house. (gov. john kasich/(r) presidential candidate): "there's three lanes, there's the establishment lane, the anti-establishment lane and the kasich lane. and the reason is i've been a reformer all of my career." career."kasich has been focusing his presidential hopes in new hampshire... instead of iowa.a recent poll there found him in second place... behind donald trump. despite kasich's claim... ohio's environmental protective agency is warning
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cleveland elementary school not to drink the water.they say there's a possible lead contamination.the district shut down the drinking fountains and sinks at gurney elementary school as a safety precaution.ohio's e-p-a is also investigating reports of lead in water in the village of sebring... which is about 50 miles south of chagrin falls. a liberty township neighborhood is cleaning up this morning a water main broke... flooding homes. take a look the problems for homeowners along kyles station road at yankee road.the break was discovered yesterday morning... crews were able to fix it a couple of hours later. but the mess is still there. this.">the water line was 40 years old.people living in the area are advised to boil their water through this afternoon. a reminder to some hamilton residents.today you will not have water while crews work to fix a storm sewer.a portion of it collapsed a couple of weeks ago under eden park drive. because the water line is close to the sewer, crews
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off while they make the repairs.a condo complex and an office development will be impacted.you will have to boil water after crews are finished later today. former speaker of the house, john boehner, is going to make his first public appearance in butler county and we have just learned when. when.it will be on march 12th- that's 3 days before the march primary.boehner will be honored by the butler county republican party at its annual lincoln day dinner.according to our partners at the journal news the time and location are still being worked out. no charges filed against the killed a man. man. right now that victim's daughter 41-year-old emily frank is being treated at u-c medical center.cincinnati police say they want tie up all the loose ends before putting blame on anyone as of now they're calling it an improper left turn that killed 73-year-old stephen frank.the driver is a cincinnati and colerain fire department chaplain. "knowing the kind of person that he is -- that's he's always trying to help people -- i know this has got to be
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metro officials say the driver was taken to the hospital after this crash due to the shock. 9 on your side crews spoke with him briefly but he declined to comment because of the ongoing investigation. a big win on the road for the cincinnati bearcats. bearcats.the team took over the hardwood against u-conn. conn.it was a close game throughout...and even got down to one point difference.u-conn had the ball and u-c was up one...the huskies had three separate chances to win this game in the final six seconds but couldn't make any of their shots.uc wins 58-57..and they're now 16 and 6. it was a close game throughout...and even got down to one point difference.u-conn had the ball and u-c was up one...the huskies had three separate chances to win this game in the final six seconds but couldn't make any of their shots.uc wins 58-57..and they're now 16 and 6. if you are the outdoor
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that is...this weekend take part in the ultimate shopping experience in sharonville. sharonville.the "outdoor adventure experience" starts today and runs through sunday at the sharonville convention center.it's 10 dollars a person...or you can get a 3 day pass for 20 dollars.kids 12 and under are free and parking is free!it opens today at 2 and runs until 9.saturday and sunday it starts at 9am. willing to bet his medical license.what the doctor that inspired the movie "concussion" is saying about o- j simpson. two people arrested at disneyland paris.what police say the man was found holding and how park officials reacted to the scare. as temperatures continue to fall into the morning drive, we'll see this precipitation changing over to a light wintry mix or flurries. the impact on your drive to work should be minor at best. temperatures eventually drop to 290f for our low at 8 a.m. clouds decrease this afternoon and we'll see a cool high of
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that inspired the movie, "concussion" speaks out about o.j. simpson. simpson.doctor bennet omalu told people magazine that he believes simpson may have sustained brain damage during his 11-year pro football career.he says he would bet his medical license that simpson has cte a degenerative brain disease found in many nfl players. new details this morning in the investigation into the jailbreak at orange county, california's largest lock-up.a woman has been arrested and investigators say she may have helped in the escape plan.she worked at the prison as a teacher... "investigators have made a significant arrest connected to the escape investigation. nooshafarin ravaghi, a 44-year- old resident of lake forest has been arrested. it is believed that ravaghi directly contributed to the escape of the three inmates and provided critical planning tools that aided in their preparation for their escape. it's believed she provided him
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in preparation for the escape. she denies all these claims. a scare at disneyland paris when a man is arrested outside a park hotel by french police. police.officials say the man was found holding two guns and a copy of the quran.this happened last night just before the park was closing. the woman he was with was also taken in for questioning.no one was hurt and the park remained open for the rest of the night. in north carolina...a bank manager puts his own life on the line to protect his employees. employees.according to police the manager was standing in the lobby and saw a man dressed in all black running across the parking lot towards the door of the bank.he then held the door while the man tried to get inside.the suspect pulled out a gun and started hitting the glass door with it-but the manager didn't off... waiting in line in the cold. cold.the big ticket item people around the country have
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on..where air jordan fans are waiting now, but when the shoes actually go on sale. paying millions for a place they can't call home.why some california resident might have to shell out big bucks after mother nature takes over their condos. as temperatures continue to fall into the morning drive, we'll see this precipitation changing over to a light wintry mix or flurries. the impact on your drive to work should be minor at best. temperatures eventually drop to 290f for our low at 8 a.m. clouds decrease this afternoon and we'll see a cool high of
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hundreds of people show support for the family of a firefighter who died in the line of duty. last night a "pass the boot" event was held at the firehouse grill in blue ash.a portion of those benefits will go to the family of hamilton firefighter patrick wolterman. the fundraiser included a special beer made in his honor. its the third
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the restaurant the the past year or so. if i would have been hurt or god forbid killed i would hope that someone would do this for my family. firefighters typically aren't the best paid guys so talk about a labor of love you do it because you love the job. job. three dollars from every pint of old firehouse sold went to woltermans family.the restaurant tells nine on your side it raised at least 12- hundred dollars. officials say that apartment building perched on the edge of a cliff on the pacific ocean has to come down....and those that live there may have to foot the bill. the ocean has been eating away at the coast in california there for years. but it's turned critical. everyone has now been ordered to leave the buildings. city leaders in responsiblity of the
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the demolition. but.. many expect the taxpayers will get stuck with the bill... because the owner declared bankruptcy. half - million dollars to demolish the apartments. people braving the cold temperatures... camping out to be the first to get the new air jordans.this is happening plenty of blankets to stay warm.they started lining up on wednesday... but the new air jordans don't go on sale until tomorrow.the price tag...
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now let's check in with your nine first warning weather. long:clouds will hang around through the morning before some sunshine breaks out this afternoon. but temperatures will not be as warm this afternoon, only topping out at 380f. by the weekend, an area of high pressure sets up over the carolinas and brings more mild air back to the tri-state. saturday will be partly cloudy and down right pleasant outside. temperatures will build into the mid to low 50s! more clouds are back for sunday and we'll see a better chance for rain. currently, it's looking like a 40% chance for rain during the day. this means hit or miss light showers are expected,
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hours. we are still watching the timing of rain next week. currently, it looks like monday will be mainly dry during the day with highs staying mild in the mid 50s. a warm front lifts that night, bringing in scattered rain chances. but most of the day tuesday will be spent in the warm sector of our next low pressure system. temperatures climb to 580f. then, showers and storms will likely move through the tri-state later that evening and overnight. behind the front, temperatures cool rapidly.morning rush isolated rain & chance of flurriesmostly cloudylow: 29 fridaymostly cloudy early partly cloudy laterhigh: 38 friday nightpartly cloudy skies milder lowslow: 31saturday partly cloudywarmerhigh: 51 saturday nightmostly cloudy milder, isolated rain chance low: 41sundaycloudy skies scattered, light showershigh:
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traffic while political pundits are speculating who will win the iowa caucuses in just a few days... some rodeo bulls are casting votes of their own. own.in what may be the strangest way to predict who will succeed as the next president... the bulls
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candidates.their choices... hillary clinton on the democratic side and donald trump on the republican side. we'll have to wait and see if their predictions come true on monday night. catching a ride with facebook. the new patent pending that could make it easier to get around town. your first chance to buy tickets.when you can start buying your passes to the "buckle-up" festival...and who we found out is performing at
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fall into the morning drive, we'll see this precipitation changing over to a light wintry mix or flurries. the impact on your drive to work should be minor at best. temperatures eventually drop to 290f for our low at 8 a.m. clouds decrease this afternoon and we'll see a cool high of 38. in today's right-this-minute video, a man invents a new winter sport called drone boarding.
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boarding idea tied one end of a rope to a drone and the other end to a round handle. his son grabbed the handle and the aerial craft took off pulling him down the snowy street. see all of the day's top videos every weekday on right this minute here on 9 on your side at 10 facebook may be looking into taking on uber and lyft. lyft.the idea is an expansion of facebook's event feature. the feature would help users share vehicles or find a travel buddy to get to events. it could also connect with someone you can travel with on public transit, like the subway.a patent application was filed this week...it hasn't been approved. great news for music fans.. today is your first chance to buy tickets for this summer's "buckle-up" festival. festival.nine on your side learned yesterday that brad paisley and chase rice will be among the artists at this year's event.. the concerts will be august fifth and sixth
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two- day tickets go on sale at ten for 99 dollars. the rock and roll hall of fame has announced who will be joining the stage with this years inductee's in new york... york...ohio's own black keys, as well as former matchbox 20 frontman rob thomas, and metallica's lars ulrich will be performing. performing.they'll help celebrate this years inductees -- chicago, cheap trick, steve miller, n-w-a, and deep purple. this year's induction ceremony will take place at the barclays center in brooklyn. tickets go on sale next week. a manhunt happening now in the tri-state.what this person allegedly tried to do to a
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someplace to live... after living in terrible conditions for too long... the hope this morning for nearly a thousand people that things are about to change. change.everyone on this stage is stupid, fat, and ugly. and ben, you're a terrible surgeon. now that we've gotten the donald trump portion out of the way --" [laughter ] debate goes on... with no donald trump there.. .the actual issues that came up in last night's debate.good morning tri-state at 6 starts right now. there are some snow flurries to deal with this morning in the tri-state.good morning, i'm kathrine nero. nero.i'm chris riva.,9 first warning meterologist jennifer ketchmark says you should't get out the shovel and the salt just yet... as temperatures continue to fall into the morning drive, we'll see this precipitation changing over to a light wintry mix or flurries. the impact on your drive to work should be minor at best.
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