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crash.fort thomas police told 9 on your side a witnes s reported seeing the baby thrown 30 feet into the air from the car.police say they are still trying to determine who the driver of the vehicle was...but they found needles inside and believe the driver was using drugs.gilliam's own brother tells us ... he's struggled with addiction. it really angers me and i don't care if it's my brother driving or the other guy driving. it angers me people go out there and put other people's lives in jeopardy. jeopardy.we'll be checking up with investigators to find out more about what's behind this crash.. and how those two other victims are doing. a nearly 200-year-old landmark destroyed by fire this month-- won't be gone for long. as our jordan burgess tells us, this morning-- duke energy donated money to help rebuild the rabbit hash general store. many here who see it are surprised by how much of the
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how bad the fire was here.but there's enough to make history once again.. and now they have some more help in writing it.vo duke energy gave 25-thousand dollars to the rabbit hash historical society a few hours ago.the money will help rebuild the general store that was ravaged by fire a little more than a week ago. firefighters were able to save the floor.. and three of the walls. those with the historical society say that's enough to build upon and get this 185-year old store a historic designation once again.but it's going to cost about 250-thousand dollars. about 55-thousand has been raise through go-fund-me.. insurance will cover 60- thousand.. and the money today will add to that total.those with duke energy say this is a treasured place for them because it's only a few miles from one of its power plants.. and many of the workers live president, duke energy ohio and kentucky10:58 it's important for us to give back not only to have a vibrant community for us to do business but also for our employees where they live.live but the historical society is
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money. they tell me hopefully in a year.. we can be back here to dedicate what they're calling a new old general store.jordan burgess. 9 on your side. aside from money.. the historical society is also collecting donations from old barns and houses so it can have the materials to make the store as true to the original as possible. here's a first check of your nine first warning forecast. clouds increase this afternoon ahead of heavy rain and light snow that sweeps into the area over the next 48 hours. we could see heavy rain wednesday that potentially causes minor flooding issues and light snow that could make driving treacherous during the day thursday. the chance of rain begins as early as 9 p.m south of the ohio river. however, the bulk of the rain won't roll through until after midnight. rainfall totals of 1.5" to 2.5" are possible with this warm, moisture driven system. wednesday morning's commute will likely be soggy. while we get some breaks from the rain during the day, we'll likely continue to see rain during the evening commute as well.temperatures will reach the low 50s on wednesday, with northeast. there's a chance we
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due to all this rain.as the northeast, the backside of the circulation will usher in much colder air thursday morning. produce light snow and snow strong winds will gust to 40 mph, reducing visibility. snow will start early on thursday. but with the mild accumulation will be for around an inch or a bit more of snow. whether it sticks is the question right now and we continue to watch it. donald trump has overtaken governor john kasich in the polls ... right here in ohio. ohio.a new poll from
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trump overtaking kasich, 31 percent to 26 percent among likely republican voters in the buckeye state.senator ted cruz placed third at 21%. on the democratic side ... hillary clinton leads senator bernie sanders by 15 points ... with 5 percent undecided. the poll asked 759 likely republican voters and 518 likely democratic voters in the state their opinions from feburary 16th to the 20th. ohioans head to the polls on march fifteenth. a public health warning out of officials say there's been a sudden outbreak of 'norovirus' at miami university. university.the residence halls and dining areas are getting a students went to health services last week complaining of symptoms like nausea and fever.the health department confirmed the students had norovirus. 9 is on your side with what you need to know about norovirus:it's very contagious. you can get it from an infected person, contaminated food or water, or
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surfaces.symptoms include: stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting.to prevent norovirus: wash your hands and wash fruits and vegetables.be sure to cook seafood thoroughly.and don't share your food or utensils. governor john kasich has a plan to help reduce student loan debt. he's looking to expand partnerships that allow students to take the majority of their coursework at a community college. college.the proposal will allow students to take three of four years of their bachelor's degree at a community college before transfering.kasich's midterm budget also calls for up to 10 bachelor's degrees to be offered through community colleges. reds outfielder jay bruce is staying put - at least for now. that's the word this morning after rumors of a trade last night. night.e-s-p-n and yahoo sports are reporting a possible three way trade involving the reds, blue jays and angels is on hold due to health of one of the "other" players.the trade would have reportedly sent bruce to toronto ....while the reds would get prospects from the angels. the reds have not
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coming up ... a baffling mystery ...more than a dozen bald eagles turn up 'dead' in maryland ...why investigators are scratching their heads ... and ... confessing to a rampage ...new details emerge about a michigan uber driver accused of going on a killing spree ...what police say they're telling him now that he's charged with six murders. and ... reaching out to the community ...tensions are high between people and the cincinnati police department after an officer involved shooting ... what they're telling police officials now.
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authorities say four people are dead and a child has life threatening injuries after a shooting and fire at a phoenix home early this morning. firefighters and police responded to an initial call from people inside the home who said they were being shot. reports say a woman who eventually died at the hospital told first responders
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shooter. police have not confirmed that. as officials were trying to rescue people from the home, they were being shot at from the second floor. shortly before 7-am police reported the suspect "down." one officer was transported to a hospital for smoke inhalation. new details are emerging about the suspect in that deadly shooting in michigan. he's now charged with killing 6 people and injuring 2 others. investigators say the uber driver has admitted to his rampage and now we are learning what the suspect may have done just hours before the shooting. abc's elizabeth hur is in new york with the latest. pkg:charged with 6 murders and facing life in prison.. ((sot)) judge: "do you understand the charges? dalton: yes sir."uber driver jason dalton showed no emotion..((sot)) dalton: "i would prefer just to remain silent."and revealed no new details during his arraigment but prosecutors say the 45- year-old admitted to investigators "he took people's lives".dalton's friends say they are in disbelief.((sot)) andrew
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and reserved. not afraid to speak his mind, but definitely not out to ever cause anybody trouble."according to the detroit free press dalton once worked as an insurance adjustor is married and the father of a 10 and 15 year old..we are also learning from a local gun shop owner dalton stopped in about once a month and bought a tactical jacket there just hours before the shooting.. ((sot)) kacey black, kalamazoo township; "screeching like you would not believe."kacey black says she called 911 to report dalton's erratic driving that saturday afternoon. uber confirms getting reports about dalton during the attacks but maintains those were the first complaints about him.dalton stands accused of shooting 8 people at 3 separate locations killing 6 and injuring 2 including a 14-year-old girl in critical condition initially believed to be brain-dead.((sot)) vickie koph, abigail's mother: "abigail is strong. everybody needs to get that straight, my daughter is not dead." elizabeth hur tag:authorities
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still not talking about a possible motive. he's due back in court next thursday. eh, abc news, ny. falling out of the sky! investigators say none of these birds was 'shot' ... so why were thirteen of them found dead in one place? and ... lucky to be alive!how a little girl survived falling into an icy river ... thanks
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you're watching 9 on your side at noon short forecast tease.i'll have the complete check of your nine first warning forecast in about two minutes. the weekend ... 13 bald eagles were found dead on a maryland shoreline.and as reporter don
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of their death is still a mystery.. my deer stands......, , , track: just a normal day for glen breeding saturday here in federalsburg on the eastern shore, but that was all about to change when he found a dead bald eagle, , sot: i found one and that's not good., butt to, sot: we came out on the edge and found 4., , track: that's when breeding police. , , sot: our officers spread out and found 9 more making a total of 13 dead bald eagles., , track; matter of fact that's dead bald eagles in one place at the largest found in maryland., , track: us fish and wildlife were called in to help with the investigation. the eagles didn't not appear to have been shot., , sot: the two biggest reasons are disease or poison. , , track: no matter what the cause, breeding spends a lot of time outdoors and has stong feelings about our nations majestic bird. , , sot: you think of america, i have some eagle statues around. i mean
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clouds increase this afternoon
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snow that sweeps into the area over the next 48 hours. we could see heavy rain wednesday that potentially causes minor flooding issues and light snow that could make driving treacherous during the day thursday. the chance of rain begins as early as 9 p.m south of the ohio river. however, the bulk of the rain won't roll through until after midnight. rainfall totals of 1.5" to 2.5" are possible with this warm, moisture driven system. wednesday morning's commute will likely be soggy. while we get some breaks from the rain during the day, we'll likely continue to see rain during the evening commute as well.temperatures will reach the low 50s on wednesday, with
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northeast. there's a chance we could see some minor flooding due to all this rain.as the system passes to our northeast, the backside of the circulation will usher in much colder air thursday morning. leftover moisture will likely produce light snow and snow showers on thursday. plus, strong winds will gust to 40 mph, reducing visibility. currently, it looks like light snow will start early on thursday. but with the mild weather and warm ground, accumulation will be difficult. there's a potential for around an inch or a bit more of snow. whether it sticks is the question right now and we continue to watch
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we love the glitz and glamor of the oscars ... but a new study is shedding light on the lack of diversity among voters and winners. pulled from the snow! incredible video of a rescue in california ...wait until you hear who happened to be nearby ... to save a little girl's life. and ... showdown in nevada ... republicans head out to caucus while the gop candidates try to keep the momentum going ... one week from super tuesday. meanwhile ... how bernie sanders is striking out at
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breaking right now... f-b-i investigations are underway at *two* tri-state cancer clinics. a representative with the f-b-i says that's happening at clinics in clermont and adams county.there's also a third
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scioto county.the agency would not confirm *what* matter the investigation surrounds -- but did confirm the investigations *are* related.nine on your side is staying on top of this story. terrifying moments for a 10 year old california girl and her father ... out for a walk in the sierra mountains .... when she suddenly fell through a snow hole into freezing cold water!she says her father tried to fish her out but she wasn't strong enough to hold on.by a major stroke of luck ... a search and rescue team was already in the area on an overnight training exercise ... and they were able to quickly respond and help. thomas jordan emergency service coordinator for marin county "if not for the actions of the marin county search and rescue team samantha's disposition might be quite different."//samantha sot: i was happy that they were training there thereauthorities say a bridge had collapsed underneath the weight of all that snow... creating an opening smaller than a manhole. samantha had fallen 10 feet below the surface of the snow. the academy awards are just days away ... happening sunday night here on 9 on your side ...and among the big topics like ... what will the stars
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picture ...people are also talking about diversity in hollywood. researchers at the university of southern california evaluated more than 11- thousand speaking characters ...and found 28 percent of them were minority.audiences see one woman for every two men on screen..and gay, lesbian and transgender characters make up only two percent of characters with speaking roles.this year the academy was criticized for its slate of white nominees ...and has promised to do better.... doubling the number of women and minority oscar voters by 2020. rebuilding from the rubble! rubble!how efforts to reconstruct a historic building just got a major boost in rabbit hash. and ... countdown to election day!we're still weeks away from the primary ... but many ohio voters have already cast their ballots!we're crunching the numbers. and ... calling for support. what the family of a young boy fighting cancer says they need
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we now know the name of all three adults involved in a deadly single-car crash on i- 275 yesterday.police say that crash happened when the car rolled just after it sped from i-471 onto i-275.fort thomas police say amanda thomas and a 7 month old baby boy were thrown from the car ... both are in critical condition at the hospital.another person,
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was also inside in the car and is expected to survive. survive.a fourth person, michael gilliam, was identified as the victim who died yesterday.and police suspect 'drugs' are to blame for the crash.fort thomas police told 9 on your side a witness reported seeing the baby thrown 30 feet into the air from the car.police say they are still trying to determine who the driver of the vehicle was...but they found needles inside and believe the driver was using drugs. a nearly 200-year-old landmark destroyed by fire this month won't be gone for long. this morning ...duke energy donated 25-thousand dollars to help rebuild the rabbit hash general store. the general store was ravaged by fire just over a week ago. firefighters were able to save the floor.. and three of the walls. those with the historical society say that's enough to build upon and get this 185-year old store a historic designation once again.but it's going to cost about 250-thousand dollars. about 55-thousand has been raised through go-fund-me.. insurance will cover 60- thousand.. and the money today
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with duke energy say this is a treasured place for them because it's only a few miles from one of its power plants.. and many of the workers live nearby. jim henningpresident, duke energy ohio and kentucky10:58 it's important for us to give back not only to have a vibrant community for us to do business but also for our employees where they live. live.but the historical society is still trying to raise the rest of the money and have the store rebuilt within a year. the army of support for a young boy fighting brain cancer is calling for a few more volunteers. kyler bradley was diagnosed with d-i-p-g - a rare and inoperable brain tumor last fall.in january, we showed you his special trip home - in a fire truck - after months of treatment in the hospital. late last night, this message showed up on the "prayers for kyler bradley" facebook page. they're calling for nurses - r-n's and l-p-n's - because kyler now needs round the clock care.if you want to help ... you can call dayton brightstar.the number is there
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705-0542. trial begins today for one of two women charged in a melee at the fairfield aquatic center.krystal dixon is charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. investigators say it started when a child, who was dropped off by dixon, was asked to leave for not wearing proper swim attire.it ended with this chaotic scene, that was caught on camera last june.two juveniles are also facing charges. the cincinnati police department is feeling the heat after last week's officer involved shooting. the chief defended his department at last night's community input meeting.people who live in district 5 came to the college hill community center with their concerns. topics like gun violence, the heroin epidemic and educating our youth were discussed but the officer-involved shooting took center stage. 14:45 we don't want the police to say it was a good shooting when in fact the collaborative we all agree on the past four shootings nobody came out and said it was a good shooting. 53 butt to: to:36:18 their actions were consistent with their
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2234:47 the reason that i am a police officer today is because of the experiences that i had with officers as a young man so when we have these incidents, i take them to heart. they mean something to me. 01 a lot of people applauded the cincinnati police department for their efforts. the republican presidential candidates are rallying voters in nevada ahead of tonight's "first in the west" g-o-p caucuses there. meanwhile, the democratic candidates are courting african-american voters ahead of their next contest in south carolina .... with the help of some hollywood heavyweights. abc's bazi kanani brings us the latest on the race for the white house. ven though the polls show donald trump far ahead in nevada-- caucuses tripped him up last time in iowa. organizing is key to win caucuses... and his competitors hope they can beat him at that ground game.script: the frontrunner heading into tonight's nevada republican caucus with a double-digit lead is fired up.(nats trump) short sotand riled up-- after a protestor interrupts him. (sot trump)i'd like to punch him in the face. i'll tell you. donald trump also unleashes on ted cruz:(sot trump)this guy is sick. there is something wrong with this guy.attacking
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shakeup. cruz... forced to fire his communications director for retweeting a student newspaper report that falsely claimed this video shows marco rubio disparaging the bible to the cruz staffer reading it.(sot cruz)this morning i asked for rick tyler's resignation. i made clear in this campaign we will conduct this campaign with the very highest standards of integrity.cruz hopes to put the latest controversy behind him... and to halt marco rubio's momentum.the florida senator is gaining a slew of endorsements after he managed a strong showing in south carolina... while jeb bush bowed out.(sot rubio)of the people left in this race, of the people left in this race, no one can unite this movement or this party faster than i can. and we have fighting with each other in september and in october, on the democratic side... bernie sanders and hillary clinton bring hollywood star power to their campaigns.clinton... stops by the set of "scandal," and launches a new ad featuring the voice of actor morgan freeman.(nats ad)sanders on the trail with actor danny glover? and gains the support of spike lee who is voicing
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tag==sanders and clinton will appear separately tonight in a televised town hall in south carolina in nevada, a long day for the candidates: the polls close at midnight. ohio is three weeks out from the primary election day ... but plenty of ohioans have already voted! voted!ohio secretary of state john husted announced today that 10-thousand-104 voters have already cast their ballots as of friday.about 84- hundred of those voters were cast in-person at early voting sites.the rest have been received by mail.the state received more than 151- thousand requests for absentee ballots. understanding the different between the *haves and *haves not.it's a discussion now underway at st. xavier high school. school.this is the first year the school has hosted this event -- where students learn about the opportunity gap facing many in america these days.through speakers and group workshop activities the idea is to help all of the students understand how lucky they are and how to help those
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18.32.18 you want to invite them to create a community of kinship since that good might energize it. that is the hope 18.32.27 18.32.27that's keynote speaker -- gregory boyle.he kicked things off this morning.boyle created *homeboy industries the largest group in the world that works with gang members to help them turn their lives around. coming up ... starbucks rewards are changing ...why the change has some coffee lovers in a grind! plus ... if you buy gift cards for a small business ... will they be worthless if the shop closes up?9 on your side consumer reporter john matarese looks into the issue ... so you don't waste your money. you're watching 9 on your side
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starbucks is changing its rewards program.and it has some latte lovers steaming mad. mad.starting in april, you will no longer get one point, or "star" per visit.instead, you will get two "stars" for each dollar you spend.that's going to hurt those of you who buy cheaper cups of coffee, rather than expensive drinks. for example, regulars who buy a 2 dollar cup of coffee will have to dish out $90 more per year to reach gold status. what do you do when a local small business closes ... and you're stuck holding gift cards?that's the problem confronting a group of women ....9 on your side consumer reporter john matarese looked into what happened ...he has warning now about things to remember when you're buying gift cards. these woman are angry.
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right! i was here less than a week ago, and nothing was said."carol cook and these other women have gift cards to sableax spa ...a northern kentucky salon that locked its doors without warning. warning."i called them and it went to a recording, it said to leave a message, and it said this mailbox is full."a sign just says closed until further notice. marianne eggbers bought over 200 dollars in gift cards. cards."they had a promotion for the gift card for christmas, and i went ahead and bought gift cards for family and friends." friends.""unfortunately this happens all too often with salons, restaurants nd other small businesses.so what can you do if you are stuck with a gift certificate?" --------------sandra guile of the better business bureausays dont just assume your card is worthless: make noise! noise! "if the business goes out of business, the consumer can contact them saying ok if youre not going to honor them, are you going to refund my money, or is there a competitor where i can use my gift card."so i contacted the co owner, shelly summe,turns out she's also a partner in a
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columbia township, near mariemtont.she said "the decision to close was not easy but necessary due to ongoing losses."but she said "bleux water will honor sableux gift cards."that's good news to these women....though they of warning. warning."my heart goes out to the people who work here and are looking for jobs, and explanation." and john will be back today starting at 5....to show us the big change coming to all time warner cable customers this spring, and if you may be able to avoid playing more. plus...gas prices up again today...the reason why coming up on 9 on your side. coming up ... the rate of rising seas ... what some scientists claim looking at the 'big picture' tells us
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[content sigh] ah, excuse me? mr. jones? hi. already? you booked an appointment. i just started cookin. we at time warner cable need to apologize to you. i haven't even started to bronze yet. we no longer give you an excuse to work all day perfecting your tan. starting to even it out. we're making a bunch of changes at time warner cable. including one-hour arrival windows. we'll also tell you how long
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you're watching 9 on your side at noon a 16 year old inside the helicopter that crashed in the water off the coast of hawaii...has died from his injuries. the crash near pearl harbor was captured on a cell phone last week. five people were on board.. the pilot and a family from canada. two others on the helicopter remain in stable condition. the teen's family says they will donate his organs.. "so that his memory lives on." a study finds the earth's sea levels rose faster in the 20th century than the previous 27-hundred years. the study said without climate change, the rise would have been half of what it was, at most.the scientists ... working at universities around the world ... came to their conclusions after creating a model of changes in global sea levels over past three-
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"extremely likely" the rate was faster in the 19-hundreds than in the previous 27 centuries. cell phones and driving.... two things we 'know' don't mix. now new research highlights just 'how' dangerous using your cell phone is when you are behind the wheel.with more, here's abc news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson. that text? call? or instant message. whether you are behind the wheel or not, your phone demands your attention. and even though we know we shouldn't? all too often we pick up that mobile device while driving.now? a new study shows how dangerous a distraction your phone can be while you are driving.virginia tech researchers installed video cameras inside cars to find out what drivers were doing right before they got into an accident. the verdict? in two-thirds of car crashes, the driver was visibly distracted? and cell phones were the biggest culprit. texting while driving led to a more than three-fold risk of a
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fold risk. by comparison, eating at the wheel only led to roughly double the risk. cell phones aren't the only culprit, of course. other distractions - for instance, being angry or crying at the wheel - also made a driver more likely to crash.but few things are more preventable than a cell-phone linked accident.so when you're driving? keep that cell phone out of reach and out of sight. and save those selfies? for when you're stationary.with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. let's turn to your forecast now with a live look from skycam 9.
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cincinnati is home to some
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awesome art experiences ... but we're also home to thousands of kids who don't have access to sports and the arts.there is a local non profit that's been trying to change that ... and it's celebrating its tenth year! sherri friedman is co-founder of "most valuable kids cincinnati" and joins me now. interviewee:sherri friedman, co-founder, most valuable kids cincinnati talking points:most valuable kids cincinnati celebrates its 10th anniversary next month. over the last decade, mvk has provided more than 100,000 experiences in sports and the arts to kids in need, valued at more than $2.3 million. founded locally by sherri and tedd friedman, mvk cincinnati directly impacts more than 90 non-profit agencies in greater cincinnati which benefit underserved kids. mvk's donated tickets and experiences are used as a reward for academic achievements, enhance social development and encourage kids to dream. most valuable kids (mvk) cincinnati will mark 10 years of serving youth in the greater cincinnati area with an anniversary celebration on
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mayerson jcc, 8485 ridge road.
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a look out over the city from the nine on your side skycam. we'll have a final check of the nine first warning
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later today at 4 on the now cincinnati...an increase in accidents prompts the idea of requiring a special license to drive a golf cart. cart.i-r-s rock and roll auction... the famous items seized and soon to be on sale. and snap restrictions... a new york lawmaker wants to keep expensive foods off the grocery list... for families using food stamps.join tanya o'rourke and me on the now cincinnati... today at 4. let's get one last check of your forecast. that's 9 on your side at noon
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