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so heartless. to just drop somebody in parking lot. he could have been run over by a car. >> police need your help finding the person responsible for leaving an overdosed victim alone in a parking lot. we'll share their warning. >> going green a local elementary school hopes to win some cash. >> you'd morning.
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i'm liz bonis. >> and i'm adam clements. first it's been cold the past week but we're seeing a warm up. brandon orr has the weather. >> hey, adam and liz, really good news. we were chilly yesterday into the 30s and 40s and now we're going to be in the 50s. some areas could get close to 60 degrees. thirty-three at the airport. most of what's around the 30s. there's a couple stray areas in the 20s. we're dry looking at tower cam and precision doppler 12 h.d. and that's the way it's going to stay today. don't expect rainfall. all of us stay nice and dry. not seeing a whole lot of gray. no clouds. look to the west. we'll see a couple clouds. there's not a whole lot of them. it will be partly cloudy from time to time. just a few clouds. fifty-seven degrees by 3:00
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we're headed to 58 degrees. that's how -- our high temperature. we have more moisture moving in. that means rain full sunday. we have another cold front moving in that will bring us thunderstorms. we'll have more in fifteen minutes. >> we now know the name of a man killed in a bond hill shooting. twenty-four year old cameron klemens was shot five times. >> it happened on franklin afternoon yesterday which is not far from reading road. investigators found casings in the treat but they did not find a gun. people in the neighborhood are outraged. >> it's not something that we want our children to continue to see and have to live through you know because we're doing damage to our young children. if they have to live in an environmental they hear is gunfire and bodies and people
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sng. >> police are still looking for the shooter -- if you can help please call crimestoppers at 35230-40. >> man left for dead after a heroin overdose will face a judge. they found nathaniel alclark and they was given narcan to revive him. he had drugs on him. as local 12 angenette levy say he should have been taken to the hospital to get help -- >> hey. sir. do you want me to give him narcan? >> mount healthy police officers thought the man had overdosed on heroin. >> for all in tents and purposes he's dead and if you look at the video he's not breathing and he's blue. >> it was just before 2:00 a.m. when officers found nathaniel
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chief says the officers used narcan to revive him -- >> it's so heartless to just drop somebody in parking lot i mean it could have been run over by a car. >> our responsibility is talk with them about this very thing. holly lost her son to a heroin overdose. she's part of northern kentucky has it heroin. spec believes discussion could save lives. >> if someone you're with overdoses please take the time. please make that 911 call. because it could be you next time. >> hey sir. >> meanwhile the chief says dropping off someone for help won't resolve in being charged with a crime. >> obviously a fire station, a hospital, doctor's facilities that are equipped to handle these kinds of things but just to dispose of a person like that
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boggling it's hard to imagine. >> that was angenette levy. >> clark will be in court this morning. the person who dumped him will face charges. if you do know who left him there you're asked to call crimestoppers. we will find out monday who will take control of five local apartment buildings declared a public nuisance. agree severe will take over to buildings in walnut hills, westwood, alandale. the order comes after hundreds of complaints from residents and 2,000 code violations. more than 1,000 people live in the buildings and things were just bad. down. we don't have basically no support in the building. our roofs collapsed. then when we call for help they tell us somebody coming. we wake up. we get put out at 4:00 o'clock in the morning.
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be in and then they said they were going to help us but we're not getting help. >> more than 1 million dollars of repairs and security is needed. we'll bring you the latest on who does take control. >> a local company is flying a drone called the horse fly to test delivering packages from an electric truck that will be monitored and make sure the packages are delivered safely. it can go up to 50 miles an hour and carry a 15 mile package. >> we believe this is a future. it's a question of getting regulations in order to make it happen. >> the f.a.a. requires all unmanned aircraft to have a person operating them. it doesn't allow drones to deliver packages but companies hope that will change in the next year or two.
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trees could get them a lot of money. patterson element tar are is in a national contest. brad underwood reports they could be on their way to 10 grand. all they need is a little help from you. >> as they play around the 500 year old sycamore tree behind the school mrs. brewers's class celebrates the end of the week but in less than a week it will be to get video about their favorite tree. >> the video is about trees and why we're staying them. >> missy brewer heard about a video contest sponsored by scotty tissue. the video highlights the importance of trees. ellis said the lyrics started to form. >> the bushes of the tree grow like the color of the tree are red orange and brown. trees give us sir run. >> trees give us air to breathe.
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why trees rock. >> because they provide us multiple things like shelter, food and paper for school. and they provide like shelter for animals and food for animals. >> we need to save trees because they give us all of our basic necessities like oxygen. they filter our water and they give us lumber. >> out of the hundreds of entries only 10 advanced to the final run. patterson is one of them but sits ninth in the voting. >> why should she vote for you? >> because we're patterson. we are eagles. we need trees. >> if they get enough votes and win the school will get $10,000. >> our dream would be a pavilion that not only we could use here at school but partner with the nature center so the community could benefit from its use as well. >> in milford, brad under wood
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>> that would be really neat. the voting for the contest ends february 7th. you can cast your vote on local12.com. >> they have eagles, liz. >> they need trees. >> an old neglected corner getting a makeover. the building was a pharmacy and then greyhound station and now a bank. fort bank is replacing traditional bank tellers with interactive teller machines. it's a contemporary idea but the building's history will stay. >> i've done quite a few historic rehas and this is one of the most intact buildings i've ever seen. less. the ceiling. i mean the woodwork is spectacular. >> fort bank is based out of lexington. this will be the first branch in kenton county and northern kentucky and should be open by the end of june.
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their way to a world without blood cancer. >> take back my life song. mason high school just kicked off their pasta for pennies campaign a national fund raising partnership with leukemia and lymphoma. they came together to raise money for the organization. they say many teachers and kids have had to deal with blood cancer in some way. if you'd like to donate head to our website at local12.com. >> that's high production value right there. might need to sign them up here. >> don't give them any ideas. >> still ahead on cincinnati morning saturday staying on the campaign trail the presidential candidates are hoping for last minute votes before the iowa caucus. >> plus back in prison an inmate surrenders.
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other e escape good morning cincinnati. it's 13 minutes after five on saturday where it's 33 right now but it is warming up today. you've got a few things you need to do out and about today might be a great day to do them. brandon orr will up day our forecast. >> the state department will not have to release 22 e-mails from hillary clinton. the obama administration made that call because those contain top secret information. clinton has always maintained she did not send any classified e-mails from her private server. >> from the iowa caucuses and the candidates are campaigning right now to get your votes but as craig boswell tells us hillary clinton has a major distraction back in washington. >> hillary clinton did not talk
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events friday. she turned an evening event into a family affair and took swipes at the republicans instead. >> everything i just said the republicans disagree with. >> the obama administration will not release 22 e-mails. the e-mails weren't classified when they were first sent. neck and neck in the polls senator sanders released a statement saying this legal issue should not be politicized and the voters deserve a serious discussion of the issues that face them. republicans jumped on the news. >> a member of my staff did that they would have been fired and indicted. indicted. >> she should be in jail if you ask me. >> it's a nonissue. i don't think it matters politically. >> presidential politics will continue to dominate the
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crisscross iowa head of monday's caucuses. craig boswell, c.b.s. news, iowa city. >> one of the three inmates who escaped the california jail is morning. he sir rendered to authorities. police are still looking for two other men and a white van. the three inmates broke out one week ago. police believe they received help from an english teacher. one man went to several of her classes. >> most of the information she may have may be more specific to the actual escape. >> the teacher gave crucial material including a google earth image of the jail and they faces scape charges. >> turns out north corps reya
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be bluffing about their hydrogen bomb. it conducted the test and was done at twice the depth as originally thought. that might be needed for a hydrogen bomb. u.s. officials say because of the event they don't think it was a full size bomb but it could have been components of one put together. the blast measured 5.1 earthquake. >> coming up getting warmed up a big event this weekend in the tri-state that will help you break the winter blues. >> plus one man beats the winter blues by carving ice. we'll tell you about an annual michigan tradition. >> you're watching good morning cincinnati saturday.
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snow and ice car verse in michigan -- car verse are carving super heroes. the tools are difficult to use. he says a lot of preparation goes into this event to figure out what he's going to do and how exactly he's going cash it out. that's some serious talent there. >> that spider man is impressive but you know how your fingers don't want to work when it's that cold. i can imagine the tools make it tricky. >> something i could not do. >> something we don't have to do this weekend because it's so warm. >> we would have many super heroes. >> it's going to warm up to 60. that's a big change from yesterday. >> oh yeah. it was chilly yesterday. you know with the sun it's not too bad. >> no i was out over-the-rhine yesterday and it was amazing how drastically it changed. because it was frigid and then
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>> it's around freezing and there's a few areas in the 20s. but most of us are sitting right at the 32 degree mark but not for long. once the sun comes up these temperatures are going to sky rocket. weather camera shows dry conditions. we have clear skies right now. there's a couple clouds off to the west. i want to show you precision doppler 12 h.d. because it doesn't have anything on it right now and it's not going to until the second half of the weekend when the rain moves in. here's some clouds i was talking about. that's this area in gray pushing into indianapolis. afternoon. it's not going to become completely clear. we'll see a decent amount of sunshine. look at the temperatures arising by noon. we're in the 50s. i think we'll top out at 58 degrees. a couple areas especially in
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crack the 60 degree mark -- northern kentucky. then after 4:00 o'clock sun starts to set between five and six and temperatures fall especially right around 51 degrees by 8:00, 9:00 o'clock. and that's about where it's night. the upper 40s so it's going to be mild tonight compared to what we saw last night and this morning. the reason the winds coming in from the south pretty strong. twelve miles per hour. 17 in indianapolis. look to the south. there's much warmer air. thirty-three here. thirty-nine in evansville but 50 this morning in paducah. that's the leading edge of the warmer air around sunrise -- sun rides. you can see the green that goes down southern texas that's the air mass moving in here. because high pressure is moving east wind goes clock wise around that. that's why we're seeing southerly winds where it's coming in from the west northwest. then we watch this next storm move in.
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light showers between eight and nine. we'll likely have a couple light showers on precision doppler 12 h.d. and then later on into the afternoon that's when the better chances of this area of blue approaches. so if you want the least chance of rain for tomorrow it's going to be in the midday hours before heavier rain moves in the afternoon and especially into the evening. but by monday cold front clears us out. we have a couple left over light showers. temperatures cool off and highs in the 40s but it doesn't take long for our next storm to moving move in tuesday. temperatures around 60 degrees. coming up in our next half hour i'll detail this storm system because it could produce severe weather south of here and a slight chance for stronger thunderstorms in the tri-state. we'll get more of that in the next half hour but after that storm system temperatures drop back down average this time of year into the 30s.
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we may forget that by the end of the weekend. >> how unusual to see these temperatures this high this time of year? >> we've seen 70s before. >> good. let's see them again. >> we're not near records but it's unusually warm. >> i enjoy it. thank you, brandon. >> the temperatures outside might be getting warmer and
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cook offs catered for everyone. good morning cincinnati. beautiful shot of downtown cincinnati and we're headed for a beautiful day. temperatures expected to go up at least 20 degrees. yes. break out the shorts and beach balls and speed does adam. time now for a look at things you can do if you want to go out and about -- here's jen dalton.
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here are a couple ideas for you. first the cincinnati cyclones have teamed one the pink ribbon girls to help raise awareness about breast cancer today. this morning the frozen 5k run and walk will take place at 9:00 at u.s. bank arena and takes you on a 3.1 course along the banks of the ohio river and through cincinnati transit center underneath second school. >> then it's pink in the rink night. the ice will be pink and the players will wear pink jerseys. the cyclones will auction off pink jerseys. doors open at 6:30 and the puck drops at 7:30 there are a couple of chili cook offs on sunday. the gold star chili cooks -- cook off will go from 11-3 at finley market and 30 local cooks
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chili moves sister. if you're looking for something meat less head to the vegan chili cook off -- it will take place sunday at park and vine on main street from three to five sunday. there you'll be able to get ideas and sample vegan chili. admission is $15 at the door. it looks delicious. >> for more information on all of those activities go to local12.com. i'm jen dalton. have a good weekend. >> thank you, jen. >> coming up a tragic crash police now looking for answers in highland county. >> and an important warning from a local mom if you suffer from migraines listen up. >> plus walk forth a cause. just as jen man shinned the cincinnati cyclones frozen five
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pyoyo heart pal pit take shins migraines. >> a warning from a local mom. -- why she wants to stop you from having the pain she had to go through. >> stress therapy will tell you how these miniature horses helped out local college students. >> the cincinnati cyclones are doing their part to highlight
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first of the 5k and then pink in the rink tonight. >> that was fancy spin she did just then. >> i know. i am thinking is she on skates? >> hey thanks for waking up with us soon. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. first a quick show of the forecast and it's amazing she is in an ice rink and it's probably not cold. >> probably colder there than outside. hey, brandon. >> bringing the good news. temperatures into the 50s and 60. we have to bump temperatures with how strong the winds are coming from the south. if we had the sun up we would show clear skies but the wind is coming in from the south for 12 miles an hour and it's ushering in a warm mass by sunrise. right now we're around freezing which is above average. thirty-three at the airport. 20s and 30s in the region.
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temperatures into the lower 30s for now adding on at least 20 degrees if not 25. precision doppler 12 h.d. is mainly dry. we're not showing clouds. we have a few clouds west that we're going to see move in later. fifty-seven degeese by 3:00 o'clock. notice we're going to see lots of sunshine during the day today -- 57 degrees, 58 degrees will be our high. a couple areas could hit 60 degrees where the warmer air is going to move in first and 51 by 9:00 o'clock. so it's not going drop as we get past sunset. rain is coming in tomorrow. we'll go over the timing on that. thunderstorms next week. storm prediction center say some side. now i'll send things over the liz. >> thank you, brandon. >> police are trying to figure out what led up to a horrific
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>> troopers say cars collided on route 50 yesterday afternoon and aaron blahhing crossed the center line hitting a van head died. >> it's been a stop story this week. an important warning from a local mom to a woman who suffer from migraine headaches, anxiety and even joint pain. this mom now part of a large year facebook support group called cincy zebras. we share her story who treat these patients when they're adults. >> i felt like i was dying. i literally thought i was going to die. >> from the pictures you would never know this beautiful young mother has been suffering with symptoms that wouldn't go away. >> from heart pal pit take shins, short neth -- or not
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>> unbearable migraines. >> time after time she went to see medical professionals and she said getting here made all the difference. >> genetic specialist put her through a series of tests much like these. he noticed her joins were overly flexible. sudden drom. >> this is a connected give tissue disorder which causes weakening of ligaments and tendons issue is so we see joints that are too loose -- >> this has over symptoms. >> that include chronic pain, headaches, difficulty with the jaw, easy bruising and breathing, anxiety difficulty standing and sleeping problems. >> medications can help treat
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surgery to relieve another problem. this is a condition that we now know is associated with sort of impaired cardiac and pulmonary function. >> the one person who knows what she's going through is an gel pennington. both are part of a facebook scene bra support group online -- angel. >> a medical scene bra is a person that has a rare or unknown chronic illness kind of an invisible illness. medical professionals are taught look for horse beats look for horses and we're known as zebras. >> my medical bills last year were over 137 $1,000 and i'm still trying to figure out what's wrong -- >> when symptoms don't go away don't give up.
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multidisciplinary approach so that we as surgeons my partner and i and others can address this in a way that is safe and the results are highly, heightly successful. >> liz bonis local 12 news. >> and if you'd like more information on the cincy zebras -- you can go to our website local12.com and click on the get it now. nicole is planning to have another surgery for the breathing problems and she has agreed to let us follow her progress and continue share the story. >> four legged animals are helping miami university students beat the stress of a new semester. miniature therapy horses were in oxford to help keedz that need a break. the mini horses drew a crowd when they arrived on campus -- they posed for pictures and of
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alex was curious. >> like how are they made and then i just want to know how fast they run? >> very important questions, alex. >> the seven objection farm mini therapist horses the non-profit group that believe people can provide the same care back to horses to complete the cycle. in addition to miami the organization provides miniature therapy horses to the university of cincinnati. >> they are really cute. all right. well, the cincinnati cyclones are going to be highlighting breast cancer awareness today. first with a 5k this morning and then pink in the rink which happens later today as well. our local 12 megyn more is live downtown. now there's a frozen 5k. you're in one of my favorite places in the whole wide world. you have an ice rink. >> isn't this awesome? >> yes. >> did you skate? >> on my boots.
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luck kill they ice is dry enough i'm not slipping and sliding too much. i mean i'm here with serve let with the cyclones. everett a busy day ahead -- first starting off this morning with a frozen 5k. >> yes this is our second 5k starting at 9:00 amt weather is a lot more cooperative. we were at 18 degrees but we should be 50 this year. >> wow. amazing. there's going to be a frozen 5k. about how many people do you think will make it out to this? >> we have 2,700 people, 29100 people at the race. you can still register at the race today -- 2900. >> so there are things people will get when they're showing up to the race? >> yeah we've got a lot of sponsors. there's going to be free hot
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you'll get a nice dry fit long t-shirt there may be a few in the back so if you register at the door at the gate you may be able to get one but there's a lot here. the pink rib ben girls are going to be giving away pamphlets and it starts at the logger house -- it will go through downtown and cut through the transit center and back up hear at the building. >> and all will be leading up to tonight. >> yes pink in the rink which is our biggest game of the season. you see the ice is pink and they over did the pink this year which i'm not too upset about. >> you can't overdue pink. the guys will be wearing special jerseys that i'm showed holding up. the pink run upon girls will benefit. the everyone who comes to the game will be able to bid on
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-- ribbon girls favorite cyclone jersey. >> is this their second or third? >> second year. >> second year. >> -- so for a second year to have 3,000 people that's amazing. you guys are just really kind of family friendly and we love what they do. we'll check back with you in a little while. if you need more information we would love to have you head to our website. you can register this morning. the warm weather might make you want to show up. adam. >> thank you, liz. >> a travel warning. the zika virus has a lot of people to worry.
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mothers welcome back the zika virus is showing up in the united states but it's wide spread in south america. >> pregnant women are being told not travel to affected areas. this includes women who plan to take a baby boom that's one last baby. >> stephanie is 24 weeks pregnant and planned to take her baby moon trip to puerto rico but news of the zika virus forced her to cancel. >> it sounds like the possibilities are very grave. something were to happen.
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it's dangerous for pregnant women because it's been linked to babies born with abnormally small heads. the major headlines are offering pregnant women with tickets to zika infected countries a refund. >> jet blue and delta will work to accommodate any ticketed customers with concerns and major cruise lines will try to accommodate pregnant women. so far the virus has not had a major impact on the travel industry. >> there's not a big fear this is going to cause wide spread travel cancellations. it's not an airborne virus so it's not going to go from passenger to passenger. >> brooke is five months pregnant and switched from the dominican republic to disney world. >> it's an odd choice for a baby moon but i think we'll have a
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>> heather daniels, c.b.s. new york. >> world health organization will decide whether the virus should be declared an international health emergency. >> two high i don't e.p.a. workers are on leave because of a growing water problem in sebring. there were unsafe levels for three homes in august. apparently someone knew that information and never told anyone -- the e.p.a. found out in october and the community didn't find out until last week. the two employees are on leave while the e.p.a. conducts an internal investigation. >> still ahead she is taking to the slopes. you won't believe how young a utah snowboarder is. we'll show you video of her first trip. >> plus we'll have a pregame of the match-up between the kentucky wild cats and kansas
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you're watching good mornining good morning hope your saturday is off to great start. friday night high school basketball was a big one in g.c.l. cavaliers were undefeated perfect seven and o. bacon on their heels. purcell won the first meeting. this year 63 to 61. fourteen and 13 entering the gauge. roger bacon.
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little issue rural howard behind him throws it down on the other end. teammates loving it. cavaliers cameron moore one dribble up and down easy two hands they and love it. purse sell in transition. purse sell wins 73 to 55. cats taking on holmes. easy lay up. inside to a.j. andy sees them takes it up strong. gets the roll. pushing the ball. d.j. knows where he wants to go. cub cats win. >> college hoops. in k.u. men were ready to play after their loss to val parent race. so 91 to 83 win over detroit --
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they must have done some shooting the day before. >> bear cats say u.c. jack thomas is day-to-day with an ankle sprain and bone bruise. thomas left the game early in the second half did not return as cincinnati pulled out the one point win at uconn on thursday. u clchlt doesn't play until next thursday. the team climbs to 50 -- u.c. >> tonight the two s.e.c. kansas and kentucky will head to head at allen field house. it was a great time for me because it was -- you imagine being 23, 22 and your first opportunity to be around game is in a program like kansas?
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day i woke up i was like i can't believe this. >> i looked at our schedule i'm like going good gosh we got to play kentucky in the middle of our league schedule? geeze. this isn't any good. not because we're playing kentucky because we're focused on the league and now that it's getting close i think it's just going to be awesome. >> i think it's going to be great for college basketball. jumping. >> that game tips off at seven. >> xavier travels to depaul. minnesota at indiana and m i u at miami. we'll see you later tonight with the recap of cool help hoops in the area -- until then make it a great one. >> all right thanks, ally. >> -- allie. it's freezing and above average. 33 at the airport.
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30s around the area. on the weather cramp we don't have rainfall. no wet pavement. in fact it's mainly clear skies. we don't have anything going on on precision doppler 12 h.d. we do have this area in gray here. within the next couple hours it's patchy clouds. i don't think it will be anymore than patchy clouds. already 57 degrees by 3:00 o'clock. fifty-eight will be our high by four. notice our temperatures really don't drop down that much. by 9:00 o'clock they're still around 51 degrees. here's the warmer weather down from the south and west of here. here we're around 33. between evansville and paducah that's the leading edge. paducah is sitting around 50 december greets. warmer air extended down into the northern gulf coast. all of that is pulling up in our direction.
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savannah. we have lots of warm weather pushing from the south to the north. with the warmer weather comes moisture. that means rain breaking out tomorrow morning. so likely between eight to nine tomorrow morning we'll have light showers around. nothing too bad. no severe weather expected on sunday but just a couple light showers. that chance increases this area in blue as we get towards late in the day sunday. that is cold front starts to approach the area it pushes south and east. by monday morning. monday morning we'll have showers and then we'll dry out after that. the evening commute is nice and dry. we have slightly cooler weather moving in. second storm moves in tuesday morning. sixty degree air starts to push northward into cincinnati. and then this is the cold front that we're going to see. likely a squall line develops of thunderstorms. some could be strong. the most instability will be south.
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strong thunderstorms. it's going to move through late tuesday as we approach, 10, 11:00 o'clock. by midnight it pushes off east. we have flurries behind it. tuesday the storm prediction ship center has us in a lower threat meaning a couple strong thunderstorms are possible along a squall line that will start around the mississippi river and push eastward the high request threat is down towards paducah into memphis, nashville and mississippi and alabama. that's where a couple tornadoes are possible tuesday. that's something we're watching closely to see where that exactly the timing is that's very uncertain. either way temperatures drop off to 40 degrees. by wednesday and then thursday not looking too bad. thirty-four degrees about where we should be this time of year oorment big time warm up.
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we're going to enjoy that. thank you brandon. >> one utah to the enjoying the snow this is 14 month old sloan and she snow boards by herself. her dad made that snowboard. he said it was challenging because how short her legs are. >> what's most impressive is she has balance. >> yeah. i would be falling flat on my face right there. >> i know it's sad to think about what we would be like if we were snowboarding next to her. >> she with show us up. >> still ahead a big question for a little child. we're going to show you what one boy battling cancer did for his
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>> here welcome back. there's a 5-year-old boy in california fighting leukemia but not aloan. >> family friends and doctors are behind him along with favorite nurse he calls hall -- tall very. her. so much so he had a special surprise for her. kimberly chiong explains. >> -- get down. it's the hospital proposal that had witnesses in tears.
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>> will you marry me? >> 5-year-old guide an robinson a patient at the children's not san diego proposes to his nurse who he calls tall very -- >> i heard you got down on one knee. >> i bend my knee down and then i pulled the ring output it on her finger and then it was over. >> were you nervous? >> no. guide i don't know's mother recorded the moment -- giddy i don't know. >> it's been a tough few months for guide an going through chemotherapy treatments for leukemia. the place tries to make this place as fun as possible. sara found the key to his heart. >> she gave you leggos. >> yeah that's all i like.
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with the tough battle all he wants is to make others happy which is why he put a ring on it. >> i want to make her laugh. because she thinks i'm such a funny boy. >> as far as the getting toney and saying will you marry me -- he probably caught that on t.v. or something. i have no idea. >> and anything that brings a smile to giddy an's face has mom happy. >> -- of course you can be my hospital husband. thank you. in san diego kimberly chiong k. the l.a. five news -- >> that fills your heart. >> that's the cutest thing you've ever seen. >> coming up raising awareness. we're going to tell you about a common complication that makes it harder to breast feed newborns. >> plus back to class means back to stress.
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students at a turning something old into something new now at six how history is preserved as pharmacy turns into a unique bank. >> and comfort coming in a miniature form. how these it's say busy horses are helping stressed out college students. >> good morning everybody. thanks for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm liz bonis. >> and i'm adam clements. here to check the forecast is brandon orr. it's chilly to start out but
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the way. within the next few hours we're going to see temperatures bump up quickly. right now around the low 30s. we have clear skies. off towards the west there's a few clouds. nothing showing up on radar. here's some clouds i was talking about over towards indianapolis. they're not thick. it's not overcast. it's going to be partly cloudy. it's going to look like this. forty-three degrees by 10:00 o'clock. fifties by noon. when we're 50 degrees by noon you know it's going to be warm. fifty-six by 2:00 o'clock and close to 60 degrees in some areas. i think we'll hit 58 degrees today. coming up in fifteen minutes it's going to be just as warm
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the timing that moves in tomorrow but for now we'll send it back to you guys. >> thank you very much brandon. we're learning the name of man shot and killed yesterday afternoon. >> police 24-year-old cameron klemens was shot and killed yesterday. police found gun casings -- if you do have information please call crimestoppers. >> an old neglected corner in covington was first a pharmacy in 1905 but many know it as the old greyhound bus station. now egoing it's being converted into a bank. the bank is replacing tellers with i.t. m's -- interactive teller machines.
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historic rehas and this is one of the most intact buildings i've ever seen. the bathrooms are intact more or less. the ceiling the woodwork is just really spectacular. >> now this is the first branch report and first of it's kind in kentucky. it should be open in june. >> you can help a school pat teston son elementary is in the top 10 -- all because of their love of trees. studying life science missy brewer's class entered a contest about the importance of trees and they made a video listing why the students think trees rock. >> . >> get it girl.
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they get $10,000. they want to create an outdoor classroom or pavilion. cast your vote on local12.com. >> after a long holiday break it was back to class this week for students at miami university. that first week we know can be stressful. >> as local 12 news reporter larry davis shows us little four legged animals help us relieve the stress. >> at the seven objection farm some of the miniature therapy horses here are being groomed for a road trip to oxford to provide stress relief for students at miami university -- seven oaks. red is the tiniest mini 27 inches tall and 80 pounds. dallas and denver are being transformed into eunick corns. the minnis provide therapy for elderly children and college
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>> they're very suited for it their personality and demeanor. they're not bite sisters or kickers. they're really easy to train -- >> no sooner does lisa open her horse trailer denver and dallas draw a crowd. >> hi, dallas. this is not real right? >> not often you see a little eunick corn running around the campus. >> as the mini horses hoof it to the armstrong student center there's a crowd of students awaiting their arrival -- you think that justin beeb better was arriving on campus. >> -- we've been waiting for them for 25 minutes. >> was it worth the weight -- >> yes. out? >> yes they're so cute. >> students participated them selfies. the minnis have that down. alex was curious about a few thing.
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and i just want to know how fast they run. i want to see them jump. >> by the looks of smiles and laughter there was no doubt the minnis did their job relieving stress from the first week of class -- >> it was stressful finding them but i took a while i found them and i'm not stressed. >> in oxford larry davis. >> i never knew larry davis was a belief very. >> yes, i was just thinking if only they could take exams for you that was a great story. seven oaks farm miniature therapy horses believe people have the ability to provide care back to horses to complete the cycle. >> the organization provides miniature therapy to the university of cincinnati. >> power cord recall. the new warning from apple about it's popular chargers. >> plus trying to nurse triplets. an expert gives new moms a few ideas that are useful for all
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coming up on good welcome back. a woman from sharonville who had triplets raising awareness of a common complication. it makes it difficult to breast feed newborns. she says if she didn't know about it there's a really good chance other moms don't either. i asked the experts at tri health how this mom got some special help from ear, nose, and throat specialist -- >> this couple welcomes -- welcomed three babies into their family and they thought they faced every concern because after all these little girls gave them a total of 12 children but christine says when it came to breast feed thissing time around. >> -- feeding this time.
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cats no. it was this constant painful. >> there was something medically going on and a simple seal lose shin if she knew meeting with a lactation shin consultant and now the babies are getting bigger and growing -- >> so when the lactation shin consultant called to follow-up i almost started crying -- i said it wasn't what i thought it would be. >> the consultant referred her to an ear, nose, and throat. >> it's called tongue tie. >> it's estimated four percent of babies are born with this condition. >> essentially everybody is born with a thin band of tissue between their tongue and mouth and in some babies it's too
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>> in less than 10 minutes he can numb the area and fix the tongue. it involves cut that go small amount of tissue and the children can feed right away and moms will notice a difference right away. >> for the girls that was certainly the case. >> oh my gosh this has been you know now nursing is so much more you know just what it should be you know. >> and what it should be in the outcome as well. >> well, the only thing i've noticed is they've grown. >> liz bonis local 12 news. >> what a great dad there. christine and mark say they wanted to share this story because they know what a difference breast feeding can make in newborns and future health and getting this problem fixed right away can help with that but also keep moms from getting discouraged and giving up. if you have any other questions you'd like to ask providers about breast feeding or anything else go to local 12 and click on
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>> where's the cheese? huge complaint about a popular fast food item. we're going to tell you about it coming up. plus a prison break in a prison manned hunt.
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p good morning cincinnati. one of the three california inmates surrendered to police. >> police believe the other fugitives are in california traveling from san jose to fresno. the man hunt for them heats up. >> two escaped inmates on the run possibly in this white van stolen day after the escape.
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importance of the white van. we believe the two men are together in that white van. >> one of them is a ring leader. he attacked a man doused him with bleach set him on fire cut off his genitals and he had an inch aproto-- inappropriate relationship with a teacher. they wrote flirt terrible shoes letters which investigators found after he escaped. he attended her classes but investigators i think the two iranian natives bonded over their first language as far as say. >> -- he speaks english and why he was attending that class and the connection whether it's from iran we're not exactly sure. that is very much of a concern of us. >> investigators say she admitted giving them a map of the jail but denies helping them break out.
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through half inch steal bars snaked through plumbing tunnels and made it to the roof of the jail. then investigators the inmates cut through barbed wire fencing tied bed sheets together rappeled 50 feet down the wall. >> we're coming after you and will take you back into custody. >> i'm mary maloney reporting. >> just days away from the iowa caucus hillary clinton is facing a major distraction. >> 22 e-mails found on her e-mails server are now classified as top secret. her campaign says the e-mails were not classified when they were first sent. senator sanders said this legal issue should not be politicized and the voters deserve a serious discussion of this issue. >> a new study for autism could be prevented. diabetes and obesity are at epidemic levels in women of
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two conditions are linked to ought tis some. the study shows mother had a risk for times greater of a child of -- developing autism. >> -- apple is recalling plugs shipped with apple devices and included in the apple adapt ter kit. in very rare cases the adap sisters may break and create a risk of an electrical shock if they're touched -- it will change the faulty plugs for free rather at any apple store or authorized apple service provider. >> trending now a very important ingredient is missing from a food at mcdonald's. people are definitely complaining about it on social media. mcdonald's is apologizing after people say there's no cheese in
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they've been posting pictures -- notes sir roll la. mcdonald's thinks the cheese baked out. that. >> there's something about sticking to burgers and not notes sir rel la sticks. >> brandon orr is joining was an update on your forecast -- and it's warming up. >> it's warming up and we're talking about a huge temperature jump. highs yesterday 41 degrees. 15 degrees warmer than yesterday. thirty-four degrees is the temperature now in cincinnati. wind coming in out of the south around 13. it's a light but steady breeze. it's not very gusty out there. so we're not having trouble if you're going to over bridges. it's a light steady breeze bringing warm air from the south. we're in the 20s. we have a breeze coming in from the south up to 13 miles per hour.
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spark showers. nothing around us to spark showers. it will take a cold front to do so and that will get near the area sunday. that's why we're expecting rain tomorrow but not today. we'll have a couple areas of clouds. it's patchy clouds here and there. this is what it's going to look like a few clouds with temperatures around 30 degrees. our high will be 58 degrees. down to the low 50s by 9:00 o'clock. temperatures are not going drop tonight. it's going to be a mild night. thirty-four here. it was 50 in paducah. that was the leading edge. this area in green from st. louis down towards dallas. that is pushing in our direction around the area of high pressure. >> notice the green starts to push in by late tonight. it's not into the tri-state but it's approaching. by early tomorrow morning it
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this is light hit and miss showers. most of us staying dry. isolated showers tomorrow morning. it becomes more wide spread. watch the blue expand as we go towards 10:00 o'clock tomorrow night. that's when we'll have our best chance for rain in the evening. if you want a dry time sunday earlier in the day is better around midday because late afternoon and evening the rain chances ramp up along this cold front that pushes south and east by monday morning. behind it much dryer weather. we'll start out with a wet commute and light showers moving out and monday evening we're nice and dry leaving us with nicer weather for the time being monday afternoon. tuesday our second cold front approaches warm air ahead of it. rain and thunderstorms late into the afternoon and early evening. the timing on the cold front is what's going to determine if some of our thunderstorms are on the strong girder side with wind
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at night -- we won't have the heat of the day. this is past sunset and thunderstorms won't be as strong. thunderstorms tuesday. and the middle of next week 30s. groundhog day is tuesday. that's when we're going to see temperatures around 60 degrees. >> shall shadow thing toward pennsylvania.
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-- it's next o on good morning everyone. it's going to be a warm weekend and there's lots of great things to do around town. here's a couple ideas for you. first outdoor end news yasz the
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expo -- it will show case 150 booths recreational products hunter are and archery items boating and fishing equipment and more. there are seminars a big foot experience and bow challenge. tickets are $10 and it runs through four on sunday. >> the mad tree brewing company is celebrate withing a party. went winter bonanza three will feature 50 unique beers from noon until 1:00 a.m. admission is free and all beers are $5 plus a percentage of sales will be donated to charities. >> and celebrate the little tank engine during their everything thomas month. the event celebrating thomas the train will feature magical indoor celebration with thomas the train lay outs videos scavenger hunts crafts and more.
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month and is include with regular admission. for information about all these events and many more go local12.com. i'm jen dalton have a great weekend. >> celebrating a school's history. why the n.f.l. is handing out golden footballs to schools. >> ahead at 6:30 if you're walking down the aisle consider
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why it's so overdosing and left for dead. the heroin epidemic hits another low and man is in court today. >> the ice is being prepared for the pink in the rink game for the cincinnati cyclones to benefit the pink ribbon girls coming up. >> hey there. thanks for waking up for us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. first a quick check of our forecast. meteorologist brandon orr has your no wait weather. >> hey. a very big warm up today. we're talking 15 degrees warmer than yesterday where temperatures hit 41 degrees for highs. right now we're sitting at the
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airport 29 and freezing around northern kentucky. nothing is going on precision doppler and we don't have a lot of clouds around. that's this area of gray. so we'll have a couple from time to time during the day today this is how the forecast breaks down starting in indiana with temperatures warmer south. we'll be in the 50s and we'll see about the same in northern den tuck can i. mid to upper 50s in ohio -- kentucky and ohio. coming up we're going to over the timing of the rainfall and plus there's a bigger chance of rain next week. that could mean a couple strong thunderstorms. we're kicking off february on a high note. we'll talk about the forecast just ahead. >> thank you very much a man is
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on heroin and his friend dumped in a parking lot leaving him for dead. >> officers were able to get nathaniel clark narcan so he'll be in court this morning. holly spec lost her son to heroin. she believes discussion shins about what to do when someone overdoses could save a life -- >> if someone you're with overdoses please take the time. please make the 911 call because it could be you next time. >> it's so heartless to just drop somebody in a parking lot. i mean he could have been run over bay car. >> mount healthy police have asked the heroin task force to look at the case -- they don't know who dumped him in the parking lot. if you do know please call crimestoppers. >> we will find out monday who will take control of five
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agree severe will take over the buildings. the order comes after hundreds of complaints from residents and 2,000 code violations. more than a thousand people leave in the buildings and say things were just bad. >> the buildings are coming down. we don't have basically no support in the building. our roof is collapsed. then when we call for help they tell us somebody coming. we wake up and get put out 4:00 in the morning. set in a hotel we didn't need to be in. and then they said they were going to fix it and help us but we're not getting no help. >> more than a million dollars in repairs and security measures are needed. we'll bring you the latest on who takes control. >> it's last minute pitches as iowa voters kick off the 2016 presidential election. >> many people find the word caucus confusing.
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democrats can participate. every presefrnth has its own caucus and which presifrnth you belong to depends on your home address -- >> this is about standing with your neighbor transparency and being committed not just to the process but to your candidate. >> this year each precincts will report results with a new app which will determine the winners. >> happening this weekend as well, the reds are on the road for the reds care van ahead of spring training. >> their four day five state trip gives them a chance to see them. >> if you want to say i do consider the queens city as your
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>> cincinnati ranks one of the most affordable wedding destinations by smart asset. it ranks us number seven. the average cost is 24,000 seven hundred $13. what a bargain -- that's 6,500 dollars less than the national average. five of the top 10 cities for an affordable wedding are in the midwest. >> what do you think of that? i think affordable is a relative term. honors ahead of the 50th super bowl. >> the school has the school that has played part in the history of the game and for the golden anniversary the schools get golden footballs. >> purcell marion high school
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honor the to alumnis quarterback and linebacker. enjoy the moment you know. a lot of times with games and things of that magnitude you kind of get nervous and you want to be so prepared so you do the things that you're supposed to do but you don't just take a step back and enjoy the moment. >> last night 2002 sycamore graduate presented his gold graduate presented his gold football. he won the super bowl with the new york giants in 2008. >> dine no source are to stomping around in duke energy -- 50 life size moving diann source -- dine no source are there. you can learn about them and ride a few. >> kids can dig up fossils and make crafts. it's open from nine to eight today and nine to seven
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>> well first at -- a 5k and then they'll hit the rink. the cincinnati cyclones will be working hard today to highlight breast cancer awareness. >> this is for the pink ribbon girls and megyn more is -- megyn moore is live. good morning, me. >> good morning. that's right. and tracy here was commenting on how great the ice looks and everett was telling me earlier last year it wasn't as pink so i think they made sure to over do it this time. but again this is all to benefit pink ribbon girls. all proceeds going this organization. for anybody who doesn't know what it is what is pink ribbon girls? what do you guys do? >> we're a grass roots non-profit started here in cincinnati. i'm the founder. we're in our 14th year. we provide free direct services to women. free meals delivered to their home house cleaning and transportation. all the services are free.
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the cincinnati area. >> i'm sure for anybody going through that battle that's got to mean a wheel lot. >> there's a lot of great things people do research and awareness but we found those are specific things women benefit from in terms of fighting cancer every day not worrying cleaning the house and preparing meals for you and the kids. we thought that would ease the burden a little bit. >> let's talk about how the cincinnati cyclones got involved. >> this is our pink game. the players are more than willing to help out with things that we do so it's been a really special thing for the last five years. >> for the frozen 5k everett and i were talking about how amazing it is for how many people are coming out.
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we sold out last year and we were hoping to get 3,000 and we look like we're going to be on that mark. especially with the great weather today. there's still opportunity to do that. >> it's not going to be so much of a frozen 5k. you should get out and support this with us. the game starts tonight and i believe it's at 6:30. >> 7:30 puck drop. >> 730 puck drop. you hear that? we'll send it back to you guys -- >> if you need more information head to local local12.com. >> look who is in the house? mike from the spca with our furry friends up for adoption. we're going to meet this little guy or girl. i guess a little boy.
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be able to take him home today good morning. hope your saturday is off to great start. friday marion at roger bacon. bacon on their heels. purse sell won the first meeting between the schools by a single bucket -- purse sell. roger bacon 12 and five. spartans alex green tough jumper from the elbow but a little issue. he doesn't get back on d rural
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other end -- cavaliers moore one dribble up and down easy two handsd and love it. purcell in transition -- purcell wins big. >> cub cats taking on holmes. mcclendon. easy lay up. he takes it up strong. gets the roll. pushing the ball. d.j. cub cats win it. >> college hums the north had their biggest -- they must have done shooting the day before. >> bear cats news u.c. senior
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with an ankle sprain and bone bruise on his foot. thomas left the game early in the second half did not return at cincinnati pulled out the win at uconn thursday. u.c. doesn't play until next thursday when they host u.s. f. they climb to 50 -- >> tonight in the big 12 s.e.c. challenge the two winning nest college hoops fourth ranked kansas and 20 kentucky go head to head. the place of u.k. john call perry's first job -- call perry. >> it was a great time for me because could you imagine bean 23, 22 and your first opportunity is to be in a program like kansas -- being at kansas.
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like good gosh we got to play kentucky in the middle of our league schedule? geeze. this isn't any good. not because we're playing kentucky because we're focused on the league. and now that it's getting close i think it's going to be awesome. >> i think it's going to be great for college basketball and this place will be jumping. >> that game tips off at seven. >> xavier travels to depaul. >> mr. minh hoang: at indiana. >> n.i.u. at miami. >> -- that's going to do it this morning. we'll see you later tonight with recap of college hoops in the area. >> until then make it a great one. >> thanks so much, allie. and we're joined in studio for one of our favorite times of the morning. mike is joining us from the spca. you have a furry friend up for adoption? >> yes we do. >> that's some serious hair. >> you guys are talking about me? >> who is this?
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he's a they are year old dog -- plans sir. he will make a great family dog. >> they require a lot of grooming and they're fun dogs. he looks gorgeous. >> a lot of conditioner. >> yeah dog guy shampoo and conditioner. >> not only do you tell us about dogs up for adoption but you have a great questions from viewers. >> helen from montgomery asks about winter safety tips for her new puppy she brought home. >> it's cold and don't leave them outside. >> february is pretty cold and months. >> generally good rule of thumb is too cold for you it's probably too cold for your dog so having them cold and hot causes dry flaky skin and that's
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bathe your dogs as little as possible. bathing robs them of those oils for the skin to keep the skin moist. >> not good for humans. >> bathe regularly people. >> yes i try to. >> we hear about doggy shoes are you fans of those? >> yes because if you're taking your dog 40 a walk on the walk ways and road case there's a lot of chemicals and salt that gets onto their paws and can cause irritation -- they like to to like their paws and they can ingest that and make them sick. they do make dog guy beauties. it's a good idea if you're going to be walking outside -- doggy beauties. >> this little guy is available when? >> at noon at sharonville. >> i have a feeling you're going to quickly. you are beautiful and calm. >> warm day.
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question info at spcacincinnati.org. >> now let's toss it to brandon and you don't have to worry about the pups getting cold today because we have a warm up doing going. >> we're talking 15 degrees warmer than yesterday and highs around 40 degrees. right now we have clear skies. thirty-four degrees right now. wind coming in out of the south right around 13 miles per hour. most of us are near freezing mark. temperatures vary across the area. it's a couple degrees warmer. at the airport 34. town. thirty-one northern kentucky. with wendz coming out of the south you can see 13 miles per hour at the airport. it's not very guest city. it's not doing much other than the fact it's coming out of the south warming us you up. >> there's nothing going on.
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>> we'll see partly cloudy skies at times. the biggest story is our temperatures in the 50s. we'll likely go up to around 58 degrees by 4:00 o'clock. that will be our high temperature. after sunset it doesn't fall fast. by 9:00 o'clock you're still in the 50s. so it's going to be a very mild night compared to now which is 34 degrees. look to the south and west of cincinnati. that's where our whipped is coming from. so we're pooling in warmer air. 35d duka down 49 degrees. warmer air making it into kentucky -- paducah. here's our hour by hour timing and we don't have much going on today. tonight this is our first notice of change with clouds increase lg. that's the area in gray. -- clouds increase lg. this is tomorrow morning. we could have light showers around from time to time.
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afternoon and evening hours. if you want dry time sunday around mid to early afternoon is when you want to do it because late afternoon and evening we start to see rain moving in. we're talking light rainfall amounts. less than an inch through early monday. as this cold front moves east. look at tuesday. our next storm system already here. temperatures warm up to the 60s. we see this cold front approach like we see a squall line develop through the mid mississippi valley. pushing through late in the day tuesday into tuesday evening. with this cold front. wednesday it moves east. in. storm prediction center highlighting us in a slight risk of strong thunderstorms in cincinnati back to louisville tuesday afternoon and especially into evening. the highest risk will be paducah down south. a couple tornadoes possible down
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one or two could be strong ones. don't expect that highest threat to move into cincinnati. we do have the threat for a couple strong thunderstorms. we have wind damage from that line of thunderstorms moving through. you can track that on our weather authority app. google play app store has you covered. >> all right. we're going to enjoy the warm up while it lasts for sure. >> yes we will. >> look at this. this is a sweet hospital proposal from a 5-year-old in california fighting leukemia. he proposes to his favorite nurse. he calls her call sara and decided he wanted to marry her. sara gave him leggos so she won him over even though he has a hard battle. he wants to make others happy so put a ring on it.
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he put a ring on it. she said yes you can be my hospital husband. >> princess left speech sfles what? -- princess left speechless. >> disney might have had that
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in beloved films i was surprised by the dominance of male roles. there were more male characters in the films. >> even if the princess is the most empowered role model you can imagine for the girl she can't be the shop keeper or in charge of lighting the candles in the castle. >> and it's the men who do much more of the talking. >> it's not right for women to read. >> in 1991 beauty and the beast male characters spoke 71 percent of the time. in the magical world of alladin men spoke 97 percent of the time but that wasn't always the case.
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>> female carriage customers spoke as much if not more than males in disney films -- characters. >> when they went over from sleeping boot identify -- beauty to alladin they added more males. >> women hold their own in recent disney movies. in the 2012 hit brave e -- characters spoke 70 percent more than any other disney film. a year later in frozen it was just 41 percent of the even though it's a story about two sisters it was written and codirected by a woman. >> -- back one this crook here. >> how much of a problem is that? >> you need to take that artwork as a whole. count.
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more women taking chances. more women being active in the roles that they fulfill and in their am billings ship to get those roles. >> -- ambition. >> they're looking at what's being said commands apologies or compliments. >> people all over the world they're watching these movies. they're incredibly popular. what message are they getting? >> listen. >> listen. >> girl power. >> interesting. i do think it's more about the role than word choices. >> they do seven words for every girl to everyone guys speak. we're proof of that here. dance academy raising money for
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head at seven a weekend of chili
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>> veega new information police release
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shooting in bond hill. >> plus stopping blood cancer how one local high school is singing their way to a cure. >> good morning everybody thank you for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm liz bonis. >> and i'm adam clements. first we want to check the forecast. it's warm one for the next couple days. here's brandon orr. >> good morning brandon. >> good morning. we finally got light on the horizon and we're noting not a whole lot of clouds. just a few here and there. and we're going to see some spotty clouds from time to time. the sun shine warming us up. we're adding on 20 degrees onto these temperatures if not 25 to 30 in some locations. where it's 29 degrees in the area most of us around freezing. but again it's going to warm up now that we're getting the sun up in the next few hours. >> precision doppler doesn't have anything on it.
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are. fifties. -- indiana over in ohio much of the same thing along the ohio river. temperatures around 58 degrees. northern kentucky is the warmest areas hitting 60 degreeth in some areas. it's going to be just as warm tomorrow like it is today. approaching. -- degrees. >> we'll go over the time oh -- timing of the rain into early next week coming up at 718 guys. >> brandon thank you. >> we now know the name of the man killed in a bond hill shooting. >> cincinnati police say cameron
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franklin avenue not far from are reading road. investigators found casings but did not find the gun. people are outraged. >> et as not something that we want our children to continue to see -- it's not something we want our children to live through because we're doing damage to our young children if they have to live in an environment where all they hear is gun fire all they see is bodies a person's brains laying out on the ground bleeding to death dying in front of their eyes what kind of message are we sending. >> police are looking for the shooter. if you can help call crimestoppers. >> also new this morning a man left for dead after a heroin overdose will face the judge. police found nathaniel clark and gave him narcan and revived him. they say he did have drugs on him which is why he went to the hamilton county justice center. police fighting the heroin especially dem nick -- epidemic
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the hospital to get help. >> hey, sir. >> do you want me to give him narcan? >> almost immediately mount healthy police officers thought the man in this body camera video had overdosed in heroin. >> for all intents and purposes he's dead. he's not breathing. he's blue. >> it was just before 2:00 a.m. when officers found nathaniel clark in the parking lot of white castle. chief says the officers used narcan to revive him. >> it's so heartless to just drop somebody in a parking lot. i mean he could have been run over by a car. >> our responsibility is to sit and talk with them about this very thing. holly spec lost her sonic has to heroin overdose in 2013 -- she's part of northern kentucky has it heroin. spek believes what to do could
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>> if someone you're with overdoses please take the time please make that 911 call because it could be you next time. >> meanwhile chief says dropping off someone for help won't result in being charged with a crime. >> obviously a fire station a hospital doctors facilities that are equipped to handle these kinds of things but just to dispose of a person like that is just so heartless and mind boggling it's hard to imagine. >> that was an janette levy reporting. clark's arraignment is nine this morning the person who dumped him in the parking lot will likely face charges but they don't know who left him if you do know who left him, call crimestoppers. >> we'll find out monday who will take control of five apartment buildings declared a public nuisance agree severe is expected to take over the building in walnut hills
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order comes after hundreds of complaints from residents and 2,000 code violations. more than 1,000 people live in the buildings and say things were bad -- >> the buildings are coming down. we don't have basically no support in the building. our roof is collapsed. then when we call for help we get told somebody is coming. then we get put out at four in the morning and they said they were going to fix it and help us but we're not getting help. >> more than a million dollars are needed. we will keep you updated on two takes control. >> local school's love of trees could get them a lot of money. >> participate tis son elementary is in a contest -- they could be on their way to 10-k. all they need is a little help from you. >> as they play around the 500
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the school mrs. brewer's class celebrates the end of the week but in less than a week there will be to get more votes about tree. >> the video is about trees and why we're saving them. >> the teacher mrs. brewer heard about the importance of trees. ella says she was on the bus when the lyrics started to form . >> . >> the video lists why trees rock. >> they provide us shelter, food and paper for school and they provide like shelter for animals and food for animals. >> we need to save trees because they give us all of our basic necessities like oxygen.
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they give us lumber -- filter. >> 10 advanced to the final round. pat tis son sits ninth in the voting. >> -- why should we vote for you? >> because we're eagles and we need trees. >> if they get enough votes the school will get $10,000. >> our dream would be to to build an outdoor classroom and pavilion and partner with the community center so the community can benefit as well -- >> brad underwood. vote people vote. do that. the contest ends february 7th. cast your vote at local12.com. >> a local high school is
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without blood cancer. mason high school kicked off their annual pasta for pennies campaign. the students come together with a lip done to raise money for the organization. a lot of teachers and kids have had to deal with cancer of the blood in some way. for a way to donate head to local 12 dot com. >> -- well still head taking a turn just days before the iowa caucus hillary clinton has her mind in washington because of her e-mails. >> plus a virus attacking
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saturday. we have a live shot from our tower cam and the city is just waking up and the sun is coming up. brandon orr says we're warming up as well. we're looking forward to that. it is a virus we've been hearing about these days the zika virus. not dangerous to the average person. that means if you're not having a baby one in five show flu-like symptoms but there's an emergency meeting monday with the world health organization to try and figure out how to reduce the spread of this virus. travel warnings have forced a local family to make a tough decision. >> it was supposed to be their dream trip to mexico. >> it was a 10 year anniversary slash baby moon slash last chance to take rocco out of school before he got into first grade so we planned it for february. >> but instead of a vacation schwinn the family will take a stay occasion with their
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>> well we cancelled the trip. >> lisa is expecting baby number three in june. she said they cancelled the trip due to concerns about the zika virus. >> there's not a ton of information out there right now so it's scary to hear your baby could be affected by traveling somewhere so to us it wasn't worth it. >> the doctor says that decision is likely the right one for lisa and baby. the zika virus is spread by mosquitoes. it shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. if lisa were to get infected there would be nothing to stop the risk of it's most dangerous link so far a birth defect that you can see the impact of here. it impacts the size of a baby's head and can damage the brain. >> there's no vak -- saj seen -- vaccine. there's no antibiotics for virus. >> until we know more we won't
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complication until there's a vaccine so research commerce are looking into this and she says women travel and change their travel. >> if they're pregnant they should postpone their trip as per the recommendation. >> the concern is that the return traveler can bring this illness here. >> something this family would never want to do. >> so for now the stay occasion -- >> a bummer but quick decision for us. >> that's part of our local 12 team here and he was able to get a refund. 25 countries have travel warnings. most are in the latin american area. go local12.com. hov vefr on the news and go to the get it now link. >> two days if iowa caucus
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continues -- they say clinton used her unsecured home server for initial e-mails and at the time they were not classified. republicans went into immediate attack mode. >> what i know for a fact is if as a member of my intelligence committee would have been prosecuted. >> if hillary gets indicted it depends on whether the obama her. >> an intelligence -- officials says former secretary of state clinton should have known not send it on an unsecured system >> liz. >> thanks, adam. >> still head in good morning cincinnati saturday. we have alex in the house to tell us about dancing for a great cause to help our community. we're going to have a preview. you call it heart of art.
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>> we're going to talk to you about it -- more about it coming up right after this. >> and liz today temperatures
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welcome back the dance academy hosting heart the arts hoping to raise money for food donations for a local food pantry. i know the event is this evening. what is it? >> heart the art is the show case and reveal our routines for the year -- at the same time we benefit a cause. >> and you are with emerge so you say our return -- routine. >> we do performance competition routines so we start now and then we'll go through june. the year. here. this is a little clip from last year's show and it was our opening routine. a little dance and a mix of some fun stuff. >> all ages and all sizes. >> yeah it starts at age four and through high school level. >> it looks like all kinds of
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>> yes jazz, tap, hip-hop, ballet and a whole range of stuff that we offer and our dancers participate in. >> you have a special event this evening? >> yes. one thing we do with heart the art pick a charity and this area they picked anderson ferry food pantry -- >> i said guys we're going to donate sales to them but we need 900 canned goods. if they reached that goal they get to duct tame know the wall. >> -- duct tape me to the wall. >> i think they got a thousand yesterday. >> be very careful. we've done a few stories. tape you. >> if people want to attend it's evening.
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>> you can get tickets at emerj emerge. >> look for the link on our website. heart the art. i know you're in white oak so if you have a daps sir who is thinking about enrolling good place to stop by. adam and brandon -- we'll throw it to you for the weather. >> dancer. >> it's going pass 60 degrees in northern kentucky. >> it was chilly yesterday. >> it was. right around 40. which is average this time of year. right at the average high of 39 degrees at last check. now the atrium medical center camera shows a lot of sunlight. only a few clouds hit and miss. partly cloudy all day today. winds coming in out of the south at 10 miles per hour.
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freezing. some are higher. there's partly cloudy skies and again that wind coming out of the south just about everywhere. it's not breezy. it's light breeze from the south. precision doppler not showing any rainfall today. this time tomorrow morning could be a different story. there's no rain with this cloud cover moving through indianapolis. just partly cloudy skies today. exactly what you see behind here. you see partly cloudy even as we get towards 3:00 o'clock. fifty-seven, 58 degrees will be our high today. thirty-four degrees is where we're at now. evansville 40 to 50 degrees. this is where the wind direction is coming from so we're pooling in warmer air. it's 23 degrees warmer than yesterday morning in paducah. that leading em of the warmer air is just pushing into
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line within the next few hours. the southerly winds will continue. expect temperatures to be into the upper 50s. green is rain. notice how we have a couple light showers to our south and west tonight. that starts to move in tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning it's going to be very isolated. most of us staying dry. a couple isolated showers into the early afternoon sunday. watch as we get to afterwards sunday afternoon into the evening. you'll see a blue area expand. rain chances increase along this cold front sunday and into sunday evening. this cold front pushes in dryer air by monday morning. so by eight oh clong we have the final last shower and we start to dry out -- 8:00 o'clock. instead of being in the 50s we'll likely stay in the 40s during the day monday. that's when we have the chance for a couple of light rain showers maybe a thunder storm or
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a couple could be on the stronger side. take a look at this. this will breakdown the thunderstorm chances late in the day tuesday. a lower threat from here in cincinnati. much of the tri-state to the south and west down towards louisville. a slightly higher chance towards memphis over towards nashville and north they were mississippi and alabama. they could have strong thunderstorms tuesday. most of the heavier thunderstorms will be south and west of downtown. forty will be the high wednesday. behind the cold front we will see flurries. we go from 60 degrees sunday and 40 degrees and flurries wednesday. temperatures in the 30s continue thursday into friday with temperatures back to average for this time of year. thirty-four to 36 degrees. i've been looking not seeing any big snows over the next week. >> we like that.
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>> -- starting february. >> we like it to melt. >> it's a nice break in the middle of winter. >> you get to see your neighbors. >> thanks, brandon. >> still ahead a lot of things going on for this great forecast. you can go do out and about. including an event that will go
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good morning thank you for joining us. it's only 34 but brandon said some of our areas are going to see 60 today so get out and remind yourself who your neighbors are. >> you see this? this is adam's happy 60 degree weather face. >> ok. lots of fun things to do. if you do want to go out and about. >> a couple chili cook offs going on this sunday. the gold star chilly cook off will go from 11-3 at finley market. thirty local cooks will go head to head for the chili maestro cook off -- or you can head to
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meatless from three to five. there you'll be able to sample vegan chili from 20 different contest distance and admission is $15 at the door. >> if you like to be outside head to sharonville outdoor adventure expo. it will show case 150 booths of hunting archery boating and fishing equipment and a whole lot more. they'll be seminars and a big foot experience. you can take a bow challenge as well. tickets are $10. it runs through 4:00 o'clock sunday. and the brewery is celebrating the third anniversary with party and beer tasting today. winter bonanza three. they will feature beers food and live music. it runs at the tap room on kennedy avenue. admission the free and all the beers are $5.
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is donated to local charities. >> still ahead dealing with the water crisis one ohio town is looking for answers from the e.p.a. after finding lead in the water. >> plus staying on the campaign trail the presidential campaign candidates have things on their mind. >> running for a cause. cincinnati cyclones frozen 5k is today. megyn more is -- moore is live. there's the starting line.
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p presidential candidates are out in full force. >> stopping the stress. these miniature horses are going to help local college students ease back into the semester. >> love those horses. >> cincinnati cyclones will be going for a run this morning and tonight they'll hit the rink to highlight breast cancer awareness. >> she is live. >> thanks for waking up with us saturday. i'm adam clements.
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first thanks for joining us for the forecast. that's what you really want to know about. here's brandon orr. >> good morning. we have a really nice sunrise on top of our weather cam near college hill. we're going to continue to see temperatures rises quickly once we get the sun above the horizon within the next 30 minutes. thirty-four degrees is the temperature in cincinnati. whipped is coming out of the south. -- wind is coming out of the south adding 20 degrees on the temperatures. day. that's the forecast in southeastern indiana the more south the more warmer it is. it will be in the 50s. if you're near cincinnati around 58 much of northern ken it can can i will approach -- approach tomorrow is just going to be
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the only difference is rain is approaching. we're going to the hour by hour timing on that plus some thunderstorms in the forecast for groundhog day next week. a very warm start to february in your seven day forecast straight head, liz. >> thank you very much brandon. >> the couldn't have versus over hillary clinton's e-mails are doing her again. >> 22 of the messages released contain top secret information -- dogging her again. >> the news spurred quick reaction two days before the presidential caucus. >> just days before the iowa caucuses republicans say -- save their sharpest jabs for hillary clinton after revelation shins that the private home server contained close to two dozen top secret e-mails. >> e-mails are top secret
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could pose a grave threat to the country. >> anyone who lies to the families of the victims in benghazi can never be the leader of our country. >> if this material is released it could cause grave damage. clinton calls it over classification run amuck. >> bernie sanders brushed off the issue. >> despite being the oldest contender bernie sanders is enjoying his support from millen any yals who makeup a third of voters -- >> jacob will vote for the first time during monday night's caucuses. he attended what's a caucus event at drake university where the students learned about the
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>> in a process that takes several hours caucus goers on both sides will take to schools, games and other locations to choose a candidate. clinton maintains she never sent or received classified information on her private e-mail account. >> two high i don't e.p.a. workers are on leave because of a growing water problem in sebring. there were unsafe levels of lead in three homes in august -- apparently someone knew that and never told anyone. the community did not find out until last week and they found out in october. >> state leaders have new worries about the standoff at a wildlife rev fuj. people are protesting the death of one of the men shot earlier
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>> the f.b.i. released video and it has people outraged. >> the leader bundy and his followers including a cincinnati man were arrested during the traffic stop. the remaining occupiers of the wildlife refuge want a guarantee they will not face charges before they surrender. >> four legged animals are helping miami university students beat the stress of a new semester. miniature therapy were here from seven oaks form. the mini horses posed for pictures and took self sees. the mini horses have that down. alex was curious about a few things. >> like how are they made? and then i just want to know how fast they run. i want to see them jump. >> wow. questions of the universe. >> the seven oaks horses is a non-profit which believes people have the ability to provide care
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in addition to miami the organization provides therapy horses to the university of cincinnati. >> cincinnati cyclones highlighting breast cancer awareness first with a 5k run this morning and pink in the rink later today. our local 12 megyn moore is live downtown. there's a frozen 5k going on by you. good morning, me. >> -- good morning. runners are showing up already. the race starts in an hour and a half but we're here at the finish line. i'm starting to set up. i'm here with the marketing coordinators -- coordinator for the cyclones. you say you have been doing this a little while? >> yes this is our fifth year doing a run that benefits the pink ribbon girls. we make the rink pink and everybody wears specialty jerseys and we auction it off.
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ribbon girls tonight. >> i was talking to tracy about how much this benefits the pink ribbon girls and you're the brains be hind this 5k this whole thing? >> yeah. i mean it just started off as i liked running and i wanted to do a small 5k so the first year we did 500 people and it's grown to now where we're doing 2,500 to 3,000 people. so. >> she was saying earlier was it somebody else who was doing a frozen 5k in the league before you got this idea? >> i think the national predators did one. so every idea is kind of stolen a little bit so yeah. >> i'm sure there are going to amazing. i know there's a lot of people touched by somebody who has breast cancer in some form and i'm sure you see a lot of amazing stories coming through >> yeah i do. we have a story we taped that's going air tonight just a short
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the pink ribbon girls do a lot of helping families of people struggling. he happened to be one of those people so he explained history. pink ribbon girls are a great organization. they help out a lot in the community. we love supporting them. >> absolutely. >> so the puck drops tonight at 7:30. and not too late to register for the race. >> yeah. you can come on down. you can walk along the course. obviously the game tonight is the big event. >> thank you so much. >> frozen 5k will start here at 9:00 o'clock. i heard last year it was a lot worse. >> quick question are there game tickets left? >> are there any game tickets left do you know? >> absolutely. gates open at 6:30. we'll have plenty of tickets available. >> awesome. >> come on down. >> i heard them talk about sell outs.
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you would like to do the 5k go to local12.com. adam. >> check this out. twins. our friends from the spca are in the house. we have plenty of an mafls ready for adoption.
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only a mother could love -- good morning efrp one. hope your saturday is off to a great start -- everyone. >> cavaliers undefeated in league play perfect seven and o. bacon on their heels. a five and two league record. purcell won the first two meetings. purcell 14 and three entering the game. roger bacon 12 and five. smart tan alex good jumper rural down. teammates loving it. cavaliers cameron moore one dribble up and down easy. purcell in transition. rashad. purcell wins 73 to 55. >> cub cats coming in on a three game win streak taking on holmes. scoops it in.
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cubs cats going inside to meyer. andy sees them takes it up strong. gets the roll. pushing the ball. d.j. knows where he wants to go. >> cub cats win 57 to 49. >> college hoops. in k.u. men were ready to play after their loss to valparaiso. --. in k.u. they must have done shooting the day before. >> bear cats say u.c. forward zach thomas has an ankle sprain and bone bruise. thomas left the game early in the second half. did not return as cincinnati pulled out a one point win at uconn. u.c. plays next thursday when they host u.s. f. they climbed to 50 in the r.p.i.
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>> tonight in the big se v kansas goes dense kentucky -- s.e.c.. >> john call lip perry. >> -- call help perry. >> it was a great time. can you imagine your first opportunity to be around the game is be around a program like kansas and you know i just felt every day i woke up i was like i can't believe this. >> i looked at our sky i'm like going good gosh we got to play kentucky in the middle of our league schedule? geeze this isn't any good. not because we're playing kentucky because we're focused on the league and now that it's getting close i think it's just going to be awesome. i think it's going to be great. i think this place will be jumping.
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also xavier travels to defall minnesota at n.i.u. and n.i.u. at miami -- that's going to do it we'll see you later on with the recap of college hoops in the area. >> until then make it a great one. >> all right. we will do that allie. thank you. good morning to you. spca mike and we're in love this morning. >> i have the grumpy dog here jj. >> jj 7-year-old peek niece. he's a wonderful dog -- 7-years-old. he's really calm. make a great lap dog. >> all up for adoption and people look for -- like their dogs. >> i'm holding a wonderful pomeranian mix -- >> yeah a male plans sir. both dogs are going to require grooming -- people want to be aware of that when they adopt
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they're pretty much house broken. really calm. >> you're my five. >> calm until we talk about you. then you get wiggly. and you are holding. >> beatrice. she is three years old. she's a terrier mix. wonderful dog. just really calm. all right. very in questions give. they're $40 and includes the dog license. >> you did mention that's going up. >> yes. yes. the dog license is to buy a 2016 hamilton county dog license at 1975. need to buy it by close of business tomorrow at one of their facilities or go to online or the price doubles february 1st. >> if you want to adopt do it today or tomorrow. >> two kittens two months old very active those kittens are and they're microchipped and have shots for $10.
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our sports department back there chasing golf balls. >> all these available at noon today. >> noon today at pet value in lebanon. >> oh these are sharonville i'm sorry noon today. >> and then we're going to have. >> the mobile unit is going to be at pet value sorry lebanon. >> you'll have other adoptable dogs just not these there today that you get to head out today. >> these dogs and kittens will be available in sharonville. >> you guys are making my pomeranian wiggly. brandon, take it away. it's a beautiful day. >> it's going to be really nice. we finally have the sun peeking over the horizon. this is start of a very warm day. all our winds coming in from the south. especially at the airport. you notice the camera is bobbing around. the winds are not too sgus city -- gusty. thirty-four at the airport not
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that's our low temperature today. 29 degrees in lurching dan -- lunken. a lot of us around freezing this morning despite the clear skies that we have. nothing going on precision doppler 12 h.d. we don't expect it today. if you tune in tomorrow we'll start to see rainfall starting to push in. some rain tomorrow. today it's going to be the dry day to get outdoors do what you need to do. a few clouds pushing south and east. temperatures warming up to the 50s pretty quickly today in fact look at 10:00 o'clock 43 already. fifty-two by noon. and we're already into the upper 50s by 3:00 o'clock. fifty-eight degrees will be our high temperature today. we'll hit that at 4:00 o'clock. after sunset typically we talk about how fast temperatures drop. not tonight. these clouds around at night keep us warmer. we're only getting down into the
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it's the vast change from the 30s now. there's the warm air evansville the leading edge of the warmer air is just starting to push into evansville. louisville is up next. we showed you how fast the temperatures would rise to 50s by midday. extended. >> here's timing of that rain i'm talking about. cold front approaching. cold front is too far away to spark showers. we will see light clouds. overnight tonight here it is 2:00 or 3:00 o'clock in the morning. white. rain is in the green. morning. not a big deal whatsoever. chance increases though as we get towards late sunday especially into monday morning.
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lot is pushing east. we're dry for the day monday. the most showers we're going to see is sunday evening into the overnight hours and we clear out monday. it's going to be very brief. look at tuesday. a cold front. temperatures soar into the 60s. this cold front will spark showers and thunderstorms tuesday evening. that's the timing on it right now. our computer models are flipping flopping that will keep our severe weather threat to the west. just a couple stray strong thunderstorms in the ohio river valley tuesday. again the time something tuesday evening could see very strong winds with that in the cooler weather returns with flurries 24 hours later wednesday. >> and it looks good. i like the warm up. >> i know everybody but the skiers are happy. >> it's not a bad time to 63.
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>> this is g good morning cincinnati. we now know the name of man killed in a bond hill shooting. >> 24-year-old cameron was killed five times. this happened on franklin avenue not far from reading road. police are looking for the shooter if you can help please
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>> man left for dead after a heroin overdose will face a judge today. police found nathaniel clark in a mount healthy parking lot. they gave him narcan. it was captured on body camera. when police revived him he had drugs which is why they took him to the hamilton county justice center. the person who dropped him off may face charges but if they had taken to the hospital for help they would not be charged with a crime. he is scheduled for arraignment at 9:00 this morning. >> dine no source are invading the queens city and visitors to duke energy can step back in time -- dine no source. >> they're on display. it's an inter active dinosaur exhibit. >> kids can dig up fossils and make crafts. it's open from nine to eight and nine to seven sunday.
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information at local12.com. >> warm up brandon. >> a really big warm up. a couple areas could hit 60 degrees. it's going to vary. if you're to the north southeastern indiana i think we'll hit 50s. it's the same towards and ohio. around 58 degrees. cooler up north. could hit 60 in kentucky. >> quick reminder if you're going to adopt a pet it would be great. >> we're back in 30 with an update. >> [captioning performed by u.s.
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