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first at four -- cancer clinics closed. thats the order from the fbi as it investigates three local cancer centers. the nows briana harper spent the day digging into what this investigation is all about and what it could mean first at four -- cancer clinics closed. thats the order from the fbi as it investigates three local cancer centers. the nows briana harper spent the day digging into what this investigation is all about and what it could mean for patients. she joins us live from clermont county with the latest.
**outside of the clermont county cancer center-- but inside several fbi agents working to collect evidence for an ongoing investigation. so far--the details of that investigation-- very limited. what we do know according to fbi spokesperson todd lindgren is that the investigation is related to a "sealed, federal matter." but most people knew nothing about the investigation. in fact some patients arrived for their appointments early tuesday morning and were turned away. each day susan tedeschi picks up lab samples from the clinic and was shocked by the news. susan tedeschi// picks up lab samples from clinic "i just go to their lockbox and pick them up. i rarely go in. if it's necessary i go in but they're just really nice people." in addition to the clinic here in clermont county fbi agents are also investigation similar locations in adams and scioto counties. they're all operated under the same company. lindgren tells me the fbi expects the investigation to be completed sometime today. once the fbi agents wrap up their investigations thats when will this clinic and the two others are expected to
clermont county, briana harper the now cincinnati. turning to weather we saw some sunshine today -- but rain on the way -- and it could mean flooding. rain chances begin late tuesday night and are more likely overnight. the overnight rain showers will be heavy at times and widespread heading into the wednesday morning commute. wednesday will be a wet, soggy day in the ohio valley. rain will be heavy at times, and we could see 1.5" to 2" of rain out of this next system. temperatures will reach the low 50s on wednesday, with breezy winds from the 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
for around an inch or a bit more of snow. whether it sticks is the question right now and we continue to watch it. breaking news out of indiana-- a former daycare center is on fire in rising sun.the three people who live there are okay but their pets died in the fire. fire.this is a photo of that fire from joshua claypool.it took about a half hour but that fire is now out.9 on your side's ashley zilka is on the way there right now, working to get more information.she will be live starting at five. the rabbit hash general store is well on its way to raising
horrible fire last week nearly burned it to the ground.jordan burgess shows us the path ahead to bring this local treasure back to life. life. at 185 years old this place has always had one foot in the past. but it looked like it might be history. until neighbors started jumping in with both feet. feet. flames etch their mark on a store that long ago carved out its place in this community. community. now that slice.. is getting another piece of the pie needed to rebuild it energy donated 25-thousand dollars to the rabbit hash historical society. society. it's where we call home. home.the workers at duke energy's plant a few miles away are just some of the many who have visited the rabbit hash general store in its 185 year history.now it may be around for another generation. generation. we're going to be able to do it.but it's going to take some work. the historical society has to raise 250-thousand
donation it has about 100- thousand to go. go. what we're trying to do has never been done. what the historical society is trying to do is restore the building so that it keeps its historic designation.by saving the floor and three walls.. firefighters have made that a possibility.. but the rest will take a historic effort. effort. we have to put this back exactly like it was according to the department of interior standards of rehabilitation and that's a book about as thick as the phone book. book.but at least the call for help is being answered.the sign here says rabbit hash has survived the whims of both nature and man.add one more whim to rise above. above. it feels like you're coming home when you walk through the general store. store. and the hope is to have a dedication ceremony in about a year for what they're calling a new- old general store. jordan burgess. the now cincinnati. cincinnati. along with money... the historical society says it already has donations of old
houses that will be needed to rebuild the store. we new information to tell you about a deadly crash in ft. thomas on i-471.you saw this breaking at the start of the now cincinnati monday. monday.we can now tell you the names of those involved.police say amanda thomas is in critical condition in the hospital after that crash.as is a seven month old baby boy. another person, billy jones, was inside their car and is expected to survive.michael gilliam died in that crash. police say drugs are to blame but they are still trying to figure out who was driving the vehicle. a call for help as a little boy fights brain cancer.last night -- a message was posted to the "prayers for kyler bradley" facebook page asking for nurses. nurses.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.but now he needs care
want to help ... you can call dayton brightstar.the number is there on your screen - (937) 705-0542. take a breath reds fans -- for right now jay bruce isn't going anywhere!it looks like rumors of a trade are just that as of this hour. hour.e-s-p-n and yahoo sports have reported 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 commented. the cintas center was very busy today.people were working hard to get the place ready for the x-men take on number one villanova *tomorrow.the team has faced off before -- like this game a year ago -- but the importance of this game isn't just about who wins *tomorrow.we are just three weeks from selection sunday and while both teams will make the ncaa tournament -- which
come down to this game.xavier is currently ranked fifth in most polls. following a mumps outbreak -- butler university in indiana is taking action -- requiring students to get m-m-r vaccines either today or tomorrow. tomorrow.indiana university also has a mumps issue -- five cases so far. it is now offering free mmr vaccines to students.as of monday, the state indiana has had 15 confirmed cases this year. that's nearly double the eight cases reported for all of 2014 in indiana. meantime an outbreak of 'norovirus' at miami university has butler county health officials warning people to be careful.the residence halls and dining areas at the unversity are getting a deep cleaning. students went to health services last week complaining of symptoms like nausea and fever.the health department has confirmed those students had norovirus. a handful of airlines announced today it will cost you more to fly! fly!it's the third price increase this year -- and we are only two months into 2016.
airlines increased round trip tickets ten dollars.delta, united and american airlines quickly followed.airlines admit the drop in fuel prices has helped their bottom lines but say its hasn't been enough to balance other rising costs. all together -- including the price hikes last month -- travelers are paying 22 dollar more per round-trip flight since january first. heartstopping moments caught on camera.a father tries to save his young daughter after she falls into snow and ice! and that's not all that straight ahead on the now cincinnati! the president wants to close the prison at guantanamo bay if that happens this could be where many of those suspected terrorists go which worries
duty jacket that could conceal a pistol. the store owner says dalton never seemed suspicious. we also know police recovered eleven rifles in his house, but they say he used a semi-automatic pistol in the shootings. police believe he picked up passengers in between murders while working as an uber driver and may have switched cars during that time. he does not have a criminal record, and is married with two children. so far... there is nothing to indicate why he allegedly did any of this, leaving the community, and the nation, stunned. developing now... president obama is working to shut down the controversial guantanamo bay detention facility. facility. he wants congress to approve transferring the prisoners. he's says it's not just about security. it will also save a lot of money. the department of defense estimates the plan will save the government between 65- million and 85-million dollars a year. guantanamo has been open since january 2002. right now there are fewer than 1-hundred prisoners there. the president's plan involves transferring most of the less dangerous prisoners to other
be moved to facilities in the u-s. no super for presidentruns=19 "having terrorists held in the united states rather than in some distant place can be scary. but part of my message to the american people here is we're already holding a bunch of really dangerous terrorists here in the united states because we threw the book at them and there have been no incidents." incidents."there are 13 possible sites government leaders have looked at already for the prisoners. that includes the army base in fort leavenworth, kansas. and the u-s justice department's supermax prison in florence, colorado. the now's todd walker is at that facility in colorado. it already houses terrorists and some of the worst criminals this country has ever seen. but as todd found, city leaders say this is different. :00 suggested super: todd walker | @toddwalkernews:27 suggested super: mike florence, co city manager:45 suggested super: mike delaurentis | florence, co police chief this is the federal supermax facility just outside of florence colorado security does not get tighter than what is inside those walls and the people who live here in florence aren't as concerned about who goes
are who shows up outside*pkg full=it is hard to see many signs of life at what is known as the alcatraz of the rockies..manager 1:53:03 you can see prison guards are watching us already right now :06within minutes of us being within a half mile of the facility we were already being tracked..manager 1:54:26 i think our community is very comfortable with the superman situation we understand it we know what a great job our guards do :34the prison has been here for more than 20 years.. what goes on inside doesn't worry the people of florence.. but lately what happens outside has been troubling..chief 1:46:45 people being seen in the area that we haven't seen before :47 people staying at the hotel that have brought attention to themselves with propaganda since this has been announced that this is a possibility :57leaders in florence already believe there are between 15 and 20 convicted terrorists in the supermax facility..mayor 1:45:00 we're totally against it like every little town would be :03 but the possibility of the prisoners at guantanamo bay cuba scares them about who *else* could come with.todd & manager 1:47:44 how would this change
than people who are already at the facility :47 i think the big concern as the chief mentioned is whenever you get a concentration of these types of folks it puts more of a target on the back of our community :57these leaders.. and others in town feel like they won't have much of a choice if it happens.. but if it does.. they want the federal government to protect them..manager 1:45:33 our community becomes a much greater risk for terrorism :37 etc and if they do this we really expect some dollars to come to help protect our people :42todd looklive tagthe president didn't give any specifics about locations but this is always one that comes up for consideration in florence colorado i'm todd walker for the now ::47 the people who live in florence aren't just concerned about terrorist sympathizers plotting attacks. the police chief told todd in the last year a man from south dakota was plotting an attack after finding out terrorists were already being housed at the prison.. the chief says that man would have only hurt the guards outside. the
rain chances begin late tuesday night and are more likely overnight. the overnight rain showers will be heavy at times and widespread heading into the wednesday morning commute. wednesday will be a wet, soggy day in the ohio valley. rain will be heavy at times, and we could see 1.5" to 2" of rain out of this next system. temperatures will reach the low 50s on wednesday, with breezy winds from the 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.
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
students at a high school in canada say a female student... armed with two large knives tore through the hallways... attacking at least eight people this morning.ontario police say six students and two staff members had to be taken to the hospital for minor injuries. ( sgt. bill calder / durham police ) "closer to the south part of the school and moved itself through the hallways. there's no one set area where this all took place, but my first indication of... students saw that there was a commotion in the hallway, and that commotion moved as the suspect in the case probably moved through the hallways as well."
has been arrested.she is a minor, so police will not release her name. it's the rescue video people are talking about.a ten year old girl falls through a hole in the snow and her father out! samantha white/rescued while snowboarding:10 "i was scared and calling out for help// my feet were freezing" freezing":34 "i stuck out the snow poll for her to grab and she wasn't strong enough to starting to sink sinkthe girl fell through the snow while snowboarding with her father in california's sierra mountains.a search and rescue team was nearby though working on an overnight training exercise.that team was able to get to the girl and save her.inspectors believe a bridge collapsed under the weight of the snow creating a hole just big enough the girl could fall through it. what do *wine and *workouts have in common? common?the exercise routine that's been shared millions of
1:02 to 1:05 nats of the video videothis viral video dubbed 'the wine workout' has moms everywhere laughing.it's just 15 seconds-- but the busy mother behind it says she hopes it sends a simple message. that you can workout any time, any where.. and you can have fun with it too. you can see this one shows her working out with wine bottles -- even doing push ups toward a full glass with a straw.the video was posted last month and has already been shared by about 25 million people around the world! (april storey/created "wine workout"):27 "i was getting ready to do a workout, and i saw the wine there and i'm like, 'you know, that would be kind of funny to incorporate wine into this workout video.'" video.'"the woman behind the video, april storey, has posted other fitness videos without alcohol. you can find them on facebook. a mysterious treasure trove of rock and roll memorabilia is going up for auction.9 on your side's carol williams for yourself. yourself. the i-r-s got this collection from someone who didn't pay their taxes. more than 100 items will be sold.
snake and silver boots that used to belong to ' gene simmons of "kiss" a guitar signed by rocker ozzy osbourne. a lot of signed albums from artists like van halen, guns n' roses and everything in between. and there is a jacket actor brandon lee wore in the movie "the crow."that's the movie he was filming when he was killed by an on-set accident. we don't know how all the items wound-up in this collection or who owned them last. the i-r-s is offering all the memorabilia together for more than 15-thousand dollars. but since we all can't afford the entire collection -- you can also try to buy everything separately. you'll have to make a trip though. you can bid in person in overland park, kansas... that's near kansas city on thursday morning. still ahead -- are stores losing your loyalty?the stores
welcome back to the now cincinnati... is donald trump winning more support from ohio republicans ... than the state's own governor? governor?that's what it looks like is happening ... according to a new poll out today from quinnipiac university. trump is in first place among likely republican voters in ohio ... with 31 percent to governor john
and 78 percent of trump's supporters say their mind is made up ... while half of kasich supporters say they might end up choosing another candidate on march 15th. 15th. but trump is earning just as much 'dislike' in the buckeye state ...with 32 percent saying they would definitely not supprt him getting the nomination.only eleven percent of ohio republicans say they wouldn't be able to support kasich. in just a few hours, republicans in nevada have their say... about who they want to be president. it's the last caucus for the republicans before super tuesday. a chance for front-runner donald trump to solidify his lead... and a chance for the other four candidates... to try to send a message not to count them out. the now's andy choi is in las vegas ... and as he shows us, there are some changes this time around. "you know the formal organization of the republican party in the state of nevada is shall we say skeletal, okay?"unlv political science professor ted jelen says that skeletal staff is what prompted significant delays in nevada's gop caucus back in 2012, where a shortage of
counting ballots kept the final tally numbers at bay. and voters four years ago weren't happy!"everything was "it was disorganized.""i just would've liked to see if more to make sure they have enough people i think the main thing to get people processed." 6.18.47"but candidates are cruz's campaign is asking are video mode, and have it suspicious pops up at the caucus.""the first duty is tot get them out quickly."that was the priority back in 2012. four years later, nevada republicans hope to deliver that accuracy in a timely manner. 6.11.31"i mean caucuses are messy. because nobody really we don't have a lot of institutional memory." *andy live or look
that 33-thousand number andy mentioned, is only 7-percent republicans in nevada. been to columbus recently? maybe you chaperoned your kid's class on a field trip to the capitol? it's worth a visit ... at least according to wallethub ... which ranked it the 10th best capital city in the country. the finance site ranked the 50 capitals on things like number of attractions ... local economy ... and overall quality of life.columbus got high scores for the health and education of its people... and ranked
indiana's capital indianapolis came in 34th overall ... with frankfort, kentucky placing 37th.first place went to austin texas ... hartford connecticut came in last. a flood watch is now in effect for parts of the tri-state. rain is headed this way.steve is tracking what you need to know. rain chances begin late tuesday night and are more likely overnight. the overnight rain showers will be heavy at times and widespread heading into the wednesday morning commute. wednesday will be a wet, soggy day in the ohio valley. rain will be heavy at times, and we could see 1.5" to 2" of rain out of this next system. temperatures will reach the low 50s on wednesday, with breezy winds from the 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
now and we continue to watch it. all you have to do is drive around our city to see the gap between the *haves and *have nots.but at st. xavier high school today students got a lesson in understanding that gap and doing something about it. it.this entire week, the students are participating in the inaugural st. xavier summit. students iwll learn about things like homelessness, public service and the civil rights era.to get things started was gregory boyle.he's the founder of *homeboy incorporated, the world's largest gang outreach group.
you can have them be learning that we belong to each other that there is no us and them. 18.32.18 18.32.18this isn't just a one day thing either.students will break up into workshops tomorrow to get hands-on lessons about the opportunity gap. cincinnati based *macy's reports a fourth quarter slump -- but says there are signs of hope in 2016.sales dropped 31 percent at the end of last year mostly because of store closings.but even with the drop, earnings beat wall street predictions and started to pick up in january. so are stores doing a good job of keeping you happy? if you think not so much... you're not alone. 9 on your side consumer reporter john matarese looks at the new numbers. julie...what do you think of big stores?the latest customer satisfaction index -- released just today -- shows opinions of stores are down for the second year in row. row. the one bright spot -- gas stations. they're the
rating last year because of lower gas prices. the survey found store prices are going up again after years of big discounts during the recession. that means we have higher expectations now about our shopping experience. nordstrom tops the list of department stores followed by dillard's for keeping us happy. sears and walmart score the worst. the survey found we generally like the promotions department stores are offering. but we don't like how long it takes to check out and think stores could be cleaner. grocery stores are also taking a hit because of higher food prices. right now their satisfaction is the lowest it has been in more than a decade. trader joe's ranks the highest followed by publix, aldi and hy-vee. albertsons and walmart are at the bottom of the list. kroger finished in the middle of the pack.the survey found
a sad turn of events with this helicopter crash that was caught on camera last week in hawaii. a 16-year-old boy who was on board when this chopper went down has died. the other four members of his family survived, but two are still in the hospital. the helicopter was giving the family a tour near pearl harbor when it crashed. investigators are still trying to figure out what went wrong. look at this!a construction crane *collapses after it catches fire! this happened in melbourne, australia today.it took a few hours for firefighters, who were ten stories in the air, to get the flames under control.and that didn't happen until after the crane collapsed and crashed to the
electrical short on the crane's motor was the spark.\ the thought of a fireball zooming toward earth and exploding in the sky may sound scary. but newsy's jay strubberg shows us it really did happen. if we had to guess, you probably don't recall anything major happening on feb. 6 of this year. but, according to a report from nasa, if you lived in the middle of the atlantic ocean, you would remember it. the nasa/jpl near-earth object fireball page < http://neo.jpl.nasa.g ov/fireballs/> recorded a sizable event occurring at 1:55 p.m.at that time, the entry says an exceptionally bright meteor, known as a fireball or a bolide, zoomed into earth's atmosphere and likely exploded over the south atlantic ocean. and the calculated total impact energy released from that explosion was reportedly about what you'd get if you detonated
sounds like a pretty big deal. but as far as meteor impacts go, this one was pretty tiny. to put things into perspective, researchers say the meteor that exploded over chelyabinsk , russia, in 2013 was equivalent to the detonation of about 500,000 tons of tnt. as an astronomy blogger for slate put it, "events this size aren't too big a concern. had it happened over a populated area, it would've rattled some windows and probably terrified a lot of people, but i don't think it would've done any real damage." damage."you can now follow newsy on your tv or favorite streaming device. device. they wanted votes -- instead, they're looking at jail time! time!the fight between two county commissioner candidates that involved fists, police
with the incumbent during a radio forum.the candidate says the other man started calling him names during a commercial break ... then claims he put his hands around a campaign worker's throat... an allegation police are investigating.foul language flew... the rowdy behavior caught on camera ... the candidate says he wants to apologize to the station's listeners and staff. (dwaine caraway\dallas co. commissioner candidate) "i wouldn't be too happy either. they wanted a forum. they got a little bit more." more."the incumbent wouldn't talk to the press ... but the candidate says there's even 'more' video of the near-brawl he hopes to make public. when you think about jobs that require workers to carry weapons ... you probably don't think 'insurance agent.' but a georgia man who owns a risk management company for airline insurers says ... he wants all his employees to be armed.he says recent reports about crime made him worried about his employees' safety... and he says most of them are women. (andrea van buren/toland employee) "you're willing to commit to training, commit to
firearm, and -- also you have to commit to be ready to use it if you have to." once the employees get their license ... the owner will buy them their own pistol. an estimated 25-million people play golf here in the u-s. if you're one of them you know your attention is more likely on your golf *drive instead of driving. but golf cart accidents both on and off the course can happen any time. thousands of people are hurt every year. jim grossman is one of them. he was injured when his golf cart collided with a car near a golf course. now he's warning people to be vigilant when driving or riding in a golf cart. total runs=:31jim grossman | injured in a golf cart: "i had a concussion of some sort, i had a broken type of nose, they don't do anything for it. and a slit on my nose which they surgically repaired. i had a broken rib and the biggest issue is that i had a broken elbow." elbow."gary lesser | attorney: "i've handled a lot of cases over the years, in the last six months or so, i've been retained on four different golf cart cases." cases." lesser says many
age for driving a golf cart and also thinks consideration should be given to requiring a special license. it's estimated a third of of golf cart-related accidents involve children. and one in ten happen on streets or public property not on a golf course. if puttering around your neighborhood is an appealing idea ... it's not just as simple as driving it off the green ... golf carts 'are' street legal in ohio ... but only if you get it inspected, titled, and insured. plus you need a license plate and registration. and a valid driver's license.'and' you have to stick to roads where the posted speed limit is 35 miles per hour or under. breaking news out of the south -- a state of emergency has been issued by mississippi's governor as severe storms approach.a suspected tornado was spotted in louisiana near the louis armstrong new orleans international airport but there are no reports of injuries. injuries.and this photo was posted onto twitter less than
rain chances begin late tuesday night and are more likely overnight. the overnight rain showers will be heavy at times and widespread heading into the wednesday morning commute. wednesday will be a wet, soggy day in the ohio valley. rain will be heavy at times, and we could see 1.5" to 2" of rain out of this next system. temperatures will reach the low 50s on wednesday, with breezy winds from the 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
there's now a 10-thousand dollar reward to find out what happened to 13 bald eagles found them dead on a farm in maryland. state leaders believe the birds were poisoned. but they don't know if it was intentional or an accident. this is maryland's largest bald eagle die-off in 30-years. bald eagles are off of the federal and state endangered species listsm and are protected under federal law. here's carol with what's coming up, starting at 5.... 5.... this will put you in a good mood...our first reports from
530...ken broo and keenan singleton reporting. wlw radio personality lisa welles made headlines when she got picked up for ovi...tonite, we have the first cruiser cam video of her arrest. john genovese has that at 6. after this terrible crash on i-275 left one man dead, and a mother and baby clinging to life, police say it was one of the worst heroin-related crashes they've seen...and at 6, tom mckee takes us along on an effort to "save" lives: it's the new heroin intervention team...he shows us how they're already having an impact.(carol)and questions in washington about our scripps/wcpo investigation into serious problems at the cinti. va....a report from bob mcdonald's testimony on capitol hill
the co-founder of microsoft is downplaying headlines that say he supports the f-b-i in its fight against apple. apple. instead, bill gates says there needs to be a balance between security and privacy. privacy. as we've been telling you, apple is fighting a court order to help the f-b- i gain access to an i-phone
bernardino shooters. the company says that could jeopardize the personal security of millions of phones. gates says he's glad this case has sparked discussion. runs=:18bill gates | microsoft founder: "so i think at the end of the day, the government will decide about this and in the meantime, the debate about "oh, do we have the right safeguards in place? what is the role of government in terms of being able to see bad things or enforce its laws?" "the overall discussion is worthwhile." worthwhile." gates says in the end, he believes apple will abide by the law, even if the case ends up in the supreme court. should people getting food assistance be able to buy so- called luxury items like steak and lobster? lobster? a new york senator says no and she's trying to stop it from happening. happening. she just introduced a bill that would also stop families who use snap benefits from getting things like soda and candy. she says the foods aren't just unhealthy. they're also expensive. new york isn't the only place trying to restrict options for people on food stamps. right now the obama administration is trying to require stores to stock
want to accept snap benefits. the coaches of every sports program at the university of tennessee are joining forces to defend against what they view as an unfair attack on their school's reputation. two weeks after a sexual assault lawsuit against the school gained national attention because of a link to star quarterback peyton manning... the university's coaches organized a rare joint press conference. abc's bazi kanani has the latest. script: a united front at the university of tennessee. (sot beth alford-sullivan, track & field head coach) couldn't be more proud of the culture here that is connected and bonded. 16 head coaches coming forward together to defend their school's reputation... against allegations of sexual abuse made in a lawsuit sweeping national headlines. (sot holly warlick) to think the university is not treating women fairly is not true. at least six women disagree. they're suing the university-- claiming it created a hostile
protecting male athletes... (gfx) by acting with "deliberate indifference in its response to incidents of sexual assault." the suit focuses on five recent cases... ryan smith / legal analyst, abc news: (talks about current lawsuit) but one paragraph in the 64-page complaint refers to a 20-year-old allegation against superbowl champion quarterback, peyton manning. back in 1996, a female trainer at the school accused manning of sexually assaulting her while she examined him -- a claim manning vehemently denies. he did reach a financial settlement with his accuser. (sot christine brennan) " it involves one of the great heroes of our culture in sports" / it's a story that is potentially incredibly damaging to peyton manning. the university's coaches... are concerned about the potential damage to their *current athletes from the lawsuit. (sot butch jones) i
of these individuals that don't go to parties, that have never had a drop of alcohol... the action of one reflect on all. head football that's it from the now cincinnati. cincinnati.9 on your side at 5 starts right now. who was driving?a heroin- related crash leaves one man dead and a baby tossed onto the highway. :10 - 14"there's two bodies coming out and the baby was thrown at least 30 feet into the air." air."why police are unsure about who was behind the wheel. tri-state cancer centers - shut down - under investigation.we have brand new developments about who is involved and what's behind the closures. a nasty virus spreads through a tri-state campus.how many were infected and how the school is preventing even more cases.9 on your side at five starts now! first at five - we are on your
downpours could cause some flooding starting in just hours. a flood watch issued for the tri-state. let's get to nine first warning chief meteorologist steve raleigh with the timing ... steve? a significant weather pattern change begins tonight as torrential rain, gusty winds and light snow sweeps into the tri-state tonight through thursday. rain will begin tonight, but heavy rain hits overnight and that's when potential minor flood issues