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good morning, we start with live pictures of the bridge. there was a serious crash in the evening rush hour. >> of course, politics taking major head lines tonight. the winner of the buckeye state is governor john kasich. marco rubio suspended his campaign after losing his home state of florida badly to trump. the former secretary of state won big in ohio. that race called minutes after the polls closed. >> good evening, thanks so much for joining us tonight. >> we are constantly updating
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>> the governor of ohio wins the state. >> not to mention, it is a game changer for kasich and his quest for the white house. anyone on your side is at kasich's watch party. evan? >> reporter: moving on the governor a huge crowd tonight. it didn't take long for this race in ohio to be calledohio to be called about -- people chanting his name. one donald trump supporter make america great again was yelling and that man was removed.
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main points how he improved ohio's economy. saying this election really wasn't about him. >> in my mind's eye is the need to forget the politics, forget all the focus groups because you see, i represent you. it is my job to look at these situations and these problems and to listen to me. and then it is my job to go and fix them. if that means i have to take the heat that is the price of leadership many america. >> i'd like to thank when you run a positive campaign and a candidate -- who cares about people that comes through. at the end of the day that's
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here, consider this, now all of marco rubio's delegates are up for grabs. he dropped out early in the race. i'm evan 9 on your side. >> trump lost to kasich here in ohio. he took florida, north carolina, and illinois. so far this increases large lead over his rival. it. never run. i am having a good time. time but i'm working very hard and there is great anger. believe me, there is great anger.
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clinton won ohio, and north carolina. these wins strengthen her lead over sanders. she has about two-thirds of the delegates to clinch the nomination. >> we are moving closer to securing the democratic nomination and winning this november. >> a federal judge decides to keep polls open for an extra hour here in our community. the poll workers never got that message. doors were locked at this polling location at about 8:00 tonight. 9 on your side has coverage how this last-minute message didn't go through. we are live with jason tonight. jason? >> reporter: just a lot of
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she reached out to the secretary of state office at 7:00. the secretary of state office told us they didn't hear from the judge 30 minutes after the polls were closed. the video we took 8:20. this is video we rerecorded of the polling place. you can't see but it is packed up and closed. they were turning voters away. i reached out to the polling place manager and asked them do on? you guys don't know about the federal order from the judge? >> never heard anything. >> we are with channel 9. >> the board of director would have called me as it happened 9:00 and that's all i can tell you is that we never got that
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involved in this decision is susan dalott. did she call them at 7:00 or at 8:00? >> that last-minute decision is getting criticism by both democratic and republican leaders. >> reporter: board of elections to be sure. it caught everyone off guard. the election had gone so smoothly. they all were corrected. the polls closed as scheduled at 7:30 p.m. the board of elections didn't get the word until 8:01, 31 minutes later. there they are still counting right now. many of the election supply with vote totals on them were headed downtown when that order came
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there was no way to open all 361 polling places in the county. voters who were able to find an open one will get their's counted within ten days. tim burk was asked about the judge stepping into this situation. >> this one, i think was too quick. particularly not hearing from anybody and issuing an order that folks had to know we weren't going to get until we were violation of the order. we were worried are we content of court. >> nobody told us they could remember a judge stepping in this case.
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because the election went so well. the most voters for a primary ever. >> all right, tom, thank you. be sure to take on 9 on your side for extensive coverage. coming up, hear from former candidate marco rubio and hold up donald trump supporters are keeping his message alive. it is unclear how many people were inside a car when a semi forced it off to the bridge and into the ohio river. >> the chain reaction shut down the highway all night long. where the search for that car stands at this hour? ashley?
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that car. you will see one of the rescue boats across the river. during rush hour a chaotic scene. >> it's been a mess. i've been here an hour and 33 >> reporter: that chain reaction cause it to go through the ohio river. >> at some point in that, the one vehicle did go over to the side of the bridge and into the river. >> multiple police agencies were on for hours.
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get the pieces together. >> reporter: the car that went off the bridge was fully submerged. >> the vehicle is pretty close to the bridge. . >> now police say a few people were injured on the bridge. none of them have life threaten injuries. reporting live ashley, 9 on your side. >> thank you very much. mother nature got my vote for today's forecast. >> will we re-elect her for the days to come?
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we may see a little spring-like rain. take a look at the bigger picture on our 9 first warning doppler. you will notice some severe weather to the west. that is where the energy is tonight. it does look like that area as it swings up to northern indiana will see severe weather. take a look at the temperature outside it is 68 degrees. we will see some rain shortly. as we break it down for you overnight, it looks like right around 2:00 we will see rain and perhaps isolated storms. as we head to 4:00 things will start shutting down. it will already be rather mild in the 50s. it looks to be a nice day but cooler and windy, 66 degrees. i'm back to show you we have another chance for rain. >> i'm not going to argue with
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here from marco rubio. it was a tough contest. we will see how senator --
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welcome back. here are the big headlines tonight. >> trump picks up three wins. >> it wasn't long into the night before rubio called it quits. he trailed by trump nearly 19 percentage point. it is clear the republicans want something different. >> we need a new political establishment in our party. not one that looks down on people, not one that tells people they need to wait their turn and wait in line, not one more interested in winning elections than it is solving problems or standing by principals. >> because he suspended his
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>> in the democratic race between clinton and sanders that polls closed. with kasich's win in ohio a lot of trump fans were a little disappointed that he didn't win in the buckeye state. >> joining us live with their >> reporter: a little disappointed but regardless people came out here to watch the trump party here. there were still happy with how trump did nationally. a lot of people stuck around to make sure. i did speak with local kach
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here in the buckeye state. even though kasich one in ohio he believes he still has the chance to win the nomination. >> this is the guy who won one lap and doing a victory dance and talk about going to washington. if he won 106% of the delegates it is impossible for him to win. >> reporter: you heard, they are still hopeful that trump will win nationally. we are live in blue ash. >> thank you. the republican portman beating ekhert badly. >> strickland had two other challengers in the primary. strickland one that one easily. strickland a statewide regular nation.
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youngest person to win a seat on cincinnati council. more of a beginning not an ending. >> i learned a lot about the people of ohio. they have hopes and dreams and aspirations and concerns that deserve meaningful leadership. i think i learned a lot about myself and i think there is, you know a resilience there. i'm not someone who will ever give up. >> he always reached out to strickland to congratulate him. warn davidson won for ohio's eighth congressional seat. >> reporter: through that door, he has just won the election.
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supporters and we want to show you that right now. [ cheering ] >> it is just amazing where we are at today knowing that we gathered signature tures on december 14th and filed paperwork. 90 days later we are getting ready to move forward to the next step of this race. >> reporter: while he says he is not taking anything for granted this win guarantees his trip to washington. >> all right, jay, thank you. now that the votes are in, what comes next? we spoke to a few of 9 on your
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line tonight is kasich. we asked poll lit kal reporters. >> i think the biggest thing to watch is the -- it is not only affect ohio but affects it is entire country. it could swing the entire senate so whoever wins will determine the majority of the democratic or republican. >> you heard paula talk about it. what do you think? >> keeping a eye on everything. he is over at the big wall with the big story. >> we are seeing a sea change.
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look at this warm air packed up it is that cooler air that you see back in the middle of the minneapolis. us. right here. you will see it is causing showers and storms. for us, we are just seeing clouds right now. as the system rolls in we will get clouds and scattered rain. think we will be dry. we will be clearing out, in fact, as we go through the day. mostly sunny skies. wednesday night there will be a across the aerial. there is an off chance for a shower. but more importantly is a
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that will spill out temperatures trending down for the rest of the week and into the weekend. in fact, it looks like temperatures will be in the 40s by the time you get in the afternoon for saturday and sunday. temperatures very mild and above average. 53 is our normal afternoon high. you can see what's going on right now. maison is at 56. in the morning we look at temperatures dropping down to the middle 50s first thing. it will be a very mild start around here. it will be windy. gust to 25 or 30. 54 in cincinnati to 66. there is that 53 i was talking about and mostly sunny skies then clouding up a little bit with that chance of a shower. it is slight but it is there from late tomorrow night going into thursday.
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through the weekend. chancing for showers in the coldest day. 36 in the morning, 46 into the afternoon. and finally of course, take a look at st. patrick's day. in the morning it will be colder than usual. as we head through the afternoon, 53 right around lunch time or just after. guys a lot cooler air on the way.
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making headlines tonight she has been messing for months. >> police searched a field for the body of lindsey. she was reported missing six months ago. her boyfriend has been charged in relation to the case. the arrest of -- uc responded today that parker has been suspended and barred from university property. we are back with your final
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joan kasich takes ohio nomination for president. trump's win in florida led marco
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in the democratic race clinton and sanders. the race called just minutes after the polls closed. clinton won most of the states. >> we will have more at 4:30. >> many of you received those push alerts tonight. you know immediately when the numbers -- lean one way or the other. >> very helpful. >> you get push alerts about weather. >> not any time soon. things look pretty good for us. we are looking pleasant weather coming up for your wednesday. it will be windy tomorrow. you will know how the temperature trend will go down. the irony is too think.
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the flowers are blooming. >> it is starting to change. >> next, allergies. that's it for 9 on your
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kendis. five million syrian regulars have come out of the war and thousands are right here. freezing cold, ankle deep mud ngos say some 12,000 people have been stuck here for weeks. it's a waterlogged tent city

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