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3 zika hits the tri-state. one local woman tests positive for the virus.. we'll break down the facts. 3 we're at edible arrangements this morning whipping up some sweet treats... 3 thanks for waking up with good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm liz bonis.and i'm adam clements.we'll have more on those stories in a moment. first, let's get a quick check
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three tee degrees below zero and it's much colder when you go north where temperatures are colder. -- 3 degrees. we're not going to make it up too much more. temperatures climb to 17 degrees by three. we'll have chance of flurries this afternoon. eighteen degrees will be our high temperatures. we're not making it into the 20s. they'll continue to fall into the single digits by tomorrow. we're talking about more cold tomorrow and that's also when some snow develops and it could be accumulating snow fall. we'll tell you how much to expect in fifteen minutes too. zika virus is here in the tri-state a 56-year-old butler county woman tested positive after returning from a trip to gee an that. >> with this first diagnosis there are a lot of questions -- guy an that.
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where they associated that with birth defects in brazil. it's primarily transmitted through mosquito bites but it is possibly spread through sexual contact. we do know that 80 percent of infected people never show any symptoms. the centers for disease control say people who transmit the virus usually do show symptoms. so far the only documented cases like this involve men. it does appear the virus last longer in siemens than blood but tests for it are not widely available. there are 54 cases of the zika virus reporting -- reported in the united states. that's less than 35 cases reported a week ago. >> there could be a case of a butler county woman murdered near bait dayton. the 29 year old woman was found shot in the head multiple times
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>> she was real spirited. anytime it was a bengals game she was the loudest one in the son. >> he said he knew brittney had a drug problem but wanted to turn her life around. >> you may want to do caution about dating online this valentine's day t-online scammers now research commerce say are creating phony dating profiles to attract victims -- it's called the sweetheart scam and ohio attorney general mike dewine says it costs an average of $730 last val loan signs. >> we want to warm people about online dating -- that sometimes that can work out very well for
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artists online who pretend to be someone and start communicating with you online and they kind of keep you going to keep you going and then at some point they say i need some money. >> dewine says the scams like this are really hard to prosecute because the con artists are usually overseas and very hard to find and people are really -- people rarely get their money back. do not send people money if you have not met them is the long story. >> officials say they're canceling live racing because single digits temperatures are expected. turf way will be open for simple mulls casting at 11:15. >> if you're struggling for
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for that special someone local 12 megan moore is at ed dibble arrangements in newport where they're getting ready for a busy weekend -- ed dibble. >> good morning. also i have learned that this is a wonderful option if your anything like me you do not preplan and that is a great option to get last minute. of course that's not what you want. schmidt. you said this is going to be the busiest weekend of the year for you-all. >> absolutely. we do hundreds of orders and they're mostly last minute. everybody waits for last minute but we're happy to do last minute. we can do the same day pickup and delivery the same day. >> you've got option here. talk about the different sizes and the prices vary as well. talk about what people can get when they come here.
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we have heart boxes that's a small box 12 strawberries with sentiments on them. that runs $49. the two dozen. our next one is our valentine's day swiz zell book kay which has a chocolate belgian pop -- that's something additional you can add to it. it has pine apples and strawberries and our next one has a lovely book kay pine apple hearts -- book kay. >> and they look pretty complicated. of course delicious. complicated to put together but you said it doesn't take that long to put together. >> no we will cut the fruit and then you can put them together in five minutes the small one and the next one will take at the point minutes.
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minutes. >> we can cut them with a press or we just can cut individually also. >> i know it just looks so complicated to get those shapes cutting fruit. >> it's pretty easy. >> yeah. it doesn't take too long. >> well here in a little bit we have some chocolate and we're going to dip some strawberries. we'll send it back to you guys. >> megan thank you so much. i'm fascinated by the chocolate molding process. if you'd like more information go local12.com. >> a local girl's family determined to make the best out of their daughter's life. angel martin arrived in style in her pink gown the three year old has infantile neuro action sin nall dystrophy -- a rare genetic disorder that is usually fatal. it killed her sister. so last summer they created memories with angel.
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>> it was very exercise together bring her to have the experience knowing that she'll never be able to fulfill it as a teenager. >> now angel was one of 180 guests who enjoyed the prom for people with special needs. that event was sponsored by the time teen bow foundation. >> the road to the white house we're going to preview the debate this evening and take a look at the visit by former president clinton -- time tib bow.
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>> pope francis particular waking up in mexico city. >> he landed to an estimated crowd of two million people welcoming him. pope francis kicked off his week long voyage by sporting a some bear are -- early friday morning he left rome and travd veld to cuba -- traveled to cuba. he met with the patriarch of the russian orthopedic docks church in havana. -- ortho docks. it's the first time a pope and the leader of the russian orthopedic docks church have ever met and they signed a joint declaration to promote unity. friday the pope made it to mexico city where the faithful
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mexico is the world's largest catholic nation. during his six day visit pope francis will host mass at the bass sill to like call of guadeloupe pay and will visit some of mexico's pour rest and dangerous cities including juarez. he's expected to tackle immigration, poverty, corruption and drugs. in the country riddled by cartel violence security is on high alert. as millions lineup to catch a glimpse pope francis continues to inspire the faithful while carrying out his mission of compassion to those who need it most. alyssa amying go reporting. >> -- the pope will tour mexico through wednesday. >> the road to the white house continues. exit polls show hillary clinton has to work do with younger voters. that's why bill clinton was here yesterday. the rally was a late add held
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accident. he told the younger crowd about the job his wife would like to have. >> people are better when you came or they don't. children have a brighter future or they don't. we're coming together or we're not. that is all that matters. so don't let up bear down and elect the best change maker i have personally ever known. >> ohio also primary is tuesday march 15th you have until this tuesday to register at the board of elections. >> former virginia governor gilmore is calling it quits. the remaining candidates will face-off in south carolina tonight at 9:00 o'clock. >> still ahead on good morning cincinnati saturday. he's looking for love. we're going to show you how one michigan man's friends is helping him find the woman of his dreams. >> plus princesses take down town.
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if you go out and about this weekend with your kids. >> and we're watching snow showers right now on precision doppler 12 h.d. and we'll have
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it's matt hill works for lawn and garden movie and his coworkers put him on a billboard. he was pretty surprised by the gesture but he's making the most of it so what should the ladies know about matt? >> i like going out doing hanging out working on my truck. my favorite color is lime green. i have a favorite food. later it's been peanut butter jelly. chinese. i really like chinese food.
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i like chick 96. the woods -- >> he takes dozens of calls and text messages and really is hoping to find some kind of lasting love. he says that this really is getting the e-mails coming in from the suitors there. about matt. on the first date. >> we know the story. >> you know my heart goes out to him having had a few radio jokes. >> yeah. >> you don't exactly attract mainstream. i know that from experience. i wish him well is all i can say. >> weather wise cold. kind of the story of the day. >> the story of the week it's been so cold lately and there's good news in the seven day forecast. we have 50s on there. it will get above average for a little bit. by next week end.
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time to get there. we have some snow to get with. there's not a whole lot. we're talking about a light dusting because it's moving south so quickly and you can see it. it's passed through dayton. it's moving into wilmington and butler county. wilmington is getting snow showers. heavier snow. this band is coming off lake michigan so it's making it all the way do you know here the 200 mile trip and we're seeing light snow showers and flurries across the area. that will continue midday and then we'll taper off to flurries. especially towards central ohio later today. in the atrium weather camera we'll see partly clear skies. thirteen degrees. wind chill is 3 degrees below zero at last check at the international airport. all of our temperatures around 13, 14 degrees in lunken. eleven degrees in wilmington.
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with the wind coming in out of the north and west around 10 to 16 miles per hour. factor that wind in with how cold it is and it leaves whipped chill values four degrees below zero and a very chilly morning for most of us warming up to around 17 degrees. that's it. average temperatures into the 40s this time of year this is way below average. around 4:00 o'clock we're seeing temperatures around 18. still have peaks of sunshine throughout the day. it's not going to become completely overcast. we'll see clouds hanging around past sunset into the early evening with temperatures in the single digits. if you don't make it into the single digits you'll make it overnight into tomorrow. we had one band of snow showers and flurries put down around a quarter of an inch of snow and now we're watching this second band slowly make it's way into the area. you can see where it's coming
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the cold air moving over lake michigan. it's still relatively warm this time of year and that produces snow showers that make it 200 miles or more to the south. that's why we have snow flowers and flurries in the forecast. you can see these coming in from the south north and west. we're filtering in colder air during the day today but this only goes up from here. now we're watching our next storm system move in as soon as tomorrow. we don't see it on here yet. we still have flurries to deal with later on today. here are the clouds to move in by tomorrow morning at six i think it's going to be mainly dry. that's a whole lot more clouds. snow begins to move in midday midday. especially in indiana. lawrence berg. and then it moves into the rest of the area -- surely by between one and 3:00 o'clock. most of us seeing the snow move in. most of it moves into around 6:00 o'clock.
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traveling late sunday be roadways. it continues into sunday night monday morning. we'll have a slick monday morning commute. especially by this point. we're looking up to two to three inches of snow fall. so it's not going to be a big one. it's going to be relatively light but two or three inches of snow will cause problems. this computer model moves to the south and east. far southeastern kentucky towards knoxville and that's where most of it's going to stay. some closer to cincinnati. there's discrepancy with our computer models we'll have to pin down. but another small disturbance tuesday and then 53 degrees towards next weekend. >> a remarkable swing of things this weekend. it's unbelievable. >> i think it will swing that way. >> we have temperatures ranging from 18 today to the low 50s by friday. >> crazy stuff.
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out and about. we're going to tell you what you
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what specials you can g and his legacy lives on. a local man murdered nine years
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his now at 5:30 looking for traction the republican presidential candidates taking on the hot button issues in the debate. we'll have a preview coming up. >> a horrific attack in an ohio restaurant. witnesses describe the day use as a man goes on a rampage with a machete day. >> my son in 2001 was a team captain -- >> a local mother is carrying on johnny's legacy at his alma mater. >> hey there. thanks for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements and and i'm liz bonis. here's brandon orr with no wait weather.
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mind is that dusting that we did get last night in many areas. it's sticking to the roadways. even if there is salt on the roads. you have to have a whole lot of salt for it being effective -- so i'm noticing water on the roadways so the snow that melted into water is on the roadways. watch for the black ice and this band of snow that is pushing through. it's pushing into warren county as well near lebanon. this is moving down i-71 and i-75. it could put down another light coating. that's all we're looking at. it's moving quickly south and west. it's starting to fade in some areas especially since its coming off lake michigan 200 miles away so it's losing moisture as it continues to push into the area. thirteen degrees at cincinnati airport. wind chill 3 degrees below zero. these winds are coming in pretty stiff from the north and west and that's making it feel a
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twelve degrees and warmer in northern kentucky. newport. fort wright about the same. mount healthy the northern part of hamilton county coming in at 11 degrees. don't see any temperatures in the single digits. some may make it down to nine degrees. by the time we get up to 17 by 3:00 o'clock. eighteen will be our high temperature. it's even colder tonight. snow will move in tomorrow. we'll go over the specific hour by hour timing of that snow for travel plans tomorrow coming up in fifteen minutes. adam and liz. >> thank you very much brandon. the stage is set for tonight's c.b.s. news debate. >> candidates are vying to steal the spotlight from donald trump when he's threatening to sue one of his opponents claiming he's not eligible to become president.
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>> donald trump and the other republican president den shall candidates will debate in south carolina -- presidential. but trump says if ted cruz doesn't stop doing negative ads he has standing to sue cruz for not being a natural born citizen. cruz was born in canada. trump says he's not eligible to run for president. >> i'm going to take your house. >> trump is angry about ads that is running ahead. there's more than irony in donald accusing anyone of being nasty given the amazing tore rent of insults and obscenities and vul gart tees that comes out of his mouth -- >> trump skipped campaigning here friday while his opponents tried to wu. >> hillary clinton kind her
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false claims about president obama's legacy. >> he has called the president weak a disappointment. >> sanders calls clinton's comments a low blow. she and sanders face-off at the polls in south carolina in two weeks. craig boswell c.b.s. news greenville, south carolina. >> you can watch that debate on local 12. >> four people recovering this morning after a horrific attack at a restaurant in columbus. police say 30-year-old mohammad berry entered the naz czar reth deli and attacked people while they were eating -- they do believe the assault has all the marks of an attack inspired by terrorism. witnesses describe berry slashing diners in 911 calls. listen up. >> he just walked in and started stabbing people. >> oh my god.
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car chase before he was shot and killed after he lujd at an officer. >> terrifying. >> -- lunged. >> police say zachary prince was arrested for bank robberies. arranger police officers were able to catch the arrest on dash cam -- erlanger. they say it was hunch and luck in car wash parking lot. take a look at that. >> and i began to pull onto the highway to go down to main street. his car pulls up in front of me and just as he comes in my field of view he's looking at me through the windshield of the car and i thought that's him. time. >> police followed him arrested him in his driveway. prince is charged with three robberies at banks in the region and suspected in two others. >> happening today a new restaurant inspired by nashville owns this morning in northern kentucky.
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themed hot chicken. it's celebrating it's grand opening in the butter milk shops that begins at 10 this morning. diners receive a free cobb her to celebrate. -- consultants say nashville hot chicken one of the hottest food and beverage trends in 2016. >> almost nine years ago john harris was murdered. someone knows who did it but they haven't come forward. people do remember harris. brad underwood reports at his alma mater. >> for three of the princeton wrestlers this is the last time on the matt for seniors. >> it means so much to wrestle in front of my fans and friends and family members. it's just great. >> that's the same feeling peggy
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>> my son johnny wrestled in princeton in 2001 he was team captain. he brought a lot of wins to princeton. >> six years later harris was killed during a carjacking and the murder remains unsolved. harris' dream of becoming a coach didn't come true but his family and community are making sure his legacy impacts the program. john harris wrestled all four years. ty robbins didn't coach harris but the two knew each other because he was helping harris become a mentor. >> he would come in the room and say do you have any extra wrestling shoes. he would come straight from work and i would find him shoes and he was coming along. i think what he really wanted to do is pursue a coaching career. >> with the help of john's children and his mother a first fund raising check of $2,000 will help future rest letters at princeton.
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our kids to go in the camps the tournaments. a lot of kids can't afford these types of things and that money will be used to help them pursue their dreams. >> in the vikings village brad underwood local 12 news. >> this is the first year for the fund-raiser. peggy harris bush says it will be an annual invent and she hopes to get college programs involved as well. >> we're going to preview games for the musketeers and bear cats. >> plus they say it's life changing how one local woman is
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good morning cincinnati welcome back. you're going to like this. when a medical team in the tri-state is one of the first to offer a life changing procedure to lose weight. >> it uses balloons and we don't know the long-term success but those who use it say those to eat. >> in a world full of food kristen says diet continuing seemed simply impossible -- >> i pretty much been on some all. >> as a firefighter and emt her lifelong battle with weight was getting in the way you might
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>> i've always struggled with my weight from 13 on and this is my heaviest i've ever been and i'm very uncomfortable. >> so christian turned to a bear yacht trick surgeon who is offering a drastic solution without major surgery -- it is called the reshape duo gastric balloon. as this graphic courtesy of reshape shows it's two balloons connected together. they're put into the stomach through a simple procedure which does not require any incisions. >> and it basically occupies space in the patient's stomach so they get full earlier and are less hungry after the procedure. >> christian allowed us to go in the procedure to show you how the reshape insertion works. after sedation doctor curry uses a camera and tiny in sure shin tube to put the balloons in her stomach -- they're filled with salt water sal lose shin so if be tracked.
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days and weeks that follow because -- >> the patient will feel full because the stay ins the balloon takes up in the stomach so they're going to lose weight -- because their portion sizeses will be smaller. >> the total time for exercise and diet counseling needs to be a year. we don't know yet how long the results of this procedure lasts but many people do have a pretty dramatic result when it comes to weight loss. that certainly has been true for chris orthopedic man. he too opted for the reshape ball lien -- after hitting 300 pounds. he's had the reshape now for 55 days and already. >> i've lost 30 pounds to date. >> this is chris now. he's about halfway to his goal of dropping at least 60 pounds. he says at first he did feel the side effects of nausea and drop in energy because you eat less but not anymore.
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>> both chris and vicki have made serious changes to their eating habits and exercise routines. those changes along with the reshape already are helping him to meet his goals. >> i've been able to get myself off of some of the medications i was taking. >> as for vicki she's agreed to let us follow her journey for the week after the procedure she dropped nine pounds. >> now this procedure as you may have guessed is so new it's not covered by medical insurance plans. it costs 629 $1,000 -- six to $9,000 depend b -- depending on what you need. >> we do have more on our website. >> we saw snow overnight. you're looking at a live tower cam shot of the ohio river. we're going to have an updated forecast from meteorologist brandon orr coming up next.
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hey there it's time for sports. we'll start with college basket. for the muskies of chaif year it's off to indy -- xavier against butler the first throw down is january 2nd at cintas center. an impressive beat down of the bull dogs. a lot has changed for both clubs but xavier eight wins and a pair
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coach mack has a special place in his heart for the dogs. >> it's as good a venue as there is in college basketball and i love playing there in the afternoon as well you know the sun shines through the windows and you have the rays and it has a really old field to it and the crowds are always great. the games have been for the most part close. >> back in january when these two teams first met the bull dogs with the ninth ranked team in the nation have had a bumpy road and had six and six in the big east but lately they've turned it around. winners of three straight including that impressive win over georgetown. chris holt man remembers the first meeting not so fondly -- >> they beat us up. they manned handled us in a lot of ways. it was they man handled us and
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statistical category really across the board they're coming off the loss. two of the times they've played us the next game so we know they're going certainly be very ready to play. so are we. >> he is the only player in n.b.a. history to average a triple double for an entire season. he's the big o. oscar robertson is truly a legend of the game. a hall of famer who will be honored during all-star festivities. the n.b.a. will give them it's lifetime achievement award. magic johnson and karl towns presenting the honor. the bear cats have their sights on east carolina. the cats have won five of their last games and they are heating up at the right time. they still have room for him prove meant there. one of the players they're going
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guys always ask who is your go-to guy? well guys have got to look in the mirror. i've got to play well for us to win in this game. that's what's going to happen in a stretch run and he's capable of it. he's been much more aggressive. we've got to keep him there. i'm not satisfied. i think he's still got a long ways to go as far as how much how good he can be. >> it is going to be a great saturday to set up camp on the couch and go into full on junky mode for basketball. noon tip for the cats and game cats. x and butler go at 2:30. the north are on the road and that's toll lead do. i'll be here at 6:00 o'clock with the latest in the college hardwood -- go out and enjoy the basketball. we'll see you soon. >> thanks, brad a very very chilly weekend. we're talking about high temperatures into the teens
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not even making it into the 20s. in fact we have very cold snow pushing in from the north and moving through dayton earlier. lebanon, wilmington. clinton county. hillsboro. the snow is starting there. it will push down for brown county and clairmont county within the next hour or so. it's moving quickly to the south. outside on the weather camera looking pretty nice. don't have a whole lot of clouds around for the time being but i told you it was cold outside and temperatures around 13 degrees. wind chill three degree below sorry are because look at the wind at 16 miles per hour. -- zero. thirteen degrees in cincinnati but 14 in lunken. ten degrees so close to the single digits in wilmington. wind is coming out of the west at 15 miles per hour.
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the temperatures seven degrees below zero is the temperature in wilmington. zero in hamilton. that's what it feels like when you factor in the wind with the temperature. temperature wise it's up to 17 degrees by 3:00 o'clock. eighteen degrees by around four. despite some peaks of sunshine we're not making it into the 20s today. and then we're on a slow fall into the teens after sunset likely making it to the single digits overnight than where we are right now. we had a band of snow that moved through this is it right here. it put down a quarter of an inch of snow so a light dusting. that's that second band. this is where the moisture is coming from 200 miles away. we're losing moisture by the time it gets here. that's why we're expecting it to taper off. wind direction is coming off lake michigan that's to the north and west.
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digits. they're into the 20s here. we're pulling in cooler air. this is where we bottom out in terms of temperatures. they only go up from here after we get through the date today and tonight. there's some of that snow we have around. on and off flurries we continue especially the closer you are to dayton wilmington. all. as we get towards tomorrow morning here we are we had increasing clouds but it's mainly dry. so if you want to get any errands done the earlier you leave the better. because as we get towards midday and we'll take this to around noon you a start to see snow making it in. southeastern indiana taking in snow noon to 3:00 o'clock we start to see snow move in. temperatures will be cold enough for this to stick to roadways. so be aware late sunday it could get slick on the roadways. most of the snow the heaviest moves through right around 6:00 o'clock in the evening. putting down up to two maybe
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accumulation in a couple areas. so we're looking at a very light snow but with the ground so cold it's so cold this weekend a lot of it will have no trouble sticking. as we get towards monday notice the heavier snow is down towards the troy cities some computer models have it closer. -- tri cities. the certainty starts to go downhill monday. we're pretty certain we're looking at one to three inches of snow starting midday tomorrow and that could mean slick roads. especially late sunday and that will include the monday morning commute. so it will last into monday morning. as we go into monday morning into tuesday look at our high temperatures into 30s. some rain could mix in. either way we're looking at warmer weather next week end with highs approaching the lower 50s by friday. >> you talk about snow sunday. how much concern do we have for the monday morning commute. that sunday stuff sticking is
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monday? >> yeah the roads are going to be cold this weekend. i would expect closings and delays towards monday even if we're only going to see one to two. >> kids are cheering. >> they're probably off for the holidays. >> brandon thank you. >> well, it is valentine's day weekend. need a hug? professional cuddles and snulg
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company in alabama offering cuddles for a fee. >> to a lot of people it may sound unusual but reporter talked to one of the company's clients who says the service is helping him. >> what looks much like a typical afternoon cuddling on the couch is costing nathan $60 per hour. >> people would think it's weird because you're paying somebody to cuddle with you i mean. it's not really a mainstream activity i guess you could say. >> this is a new business recently launched in birmingham called cuddle fix. amy is one of the cuddle pros and she cuddles with clients at her home or there's on a couch or bed. >> we're fully clothed. there is no sex. there is no kissing.
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need a 14ed talk with a shoulder to cry on or person to laugh with --. >> i've had several clients who haven't touched anyone in years and instantly just broke down in tears. >> she says all of her clients are men and that's only because no women have requested her services. she also adds many are successful professionals. some even married. >> they actually don't want to cheat. they don't want to break up their families. they love their wives. they love their children but they are missing something. >> nathan is transition sning out of a decade relationship into a new life being single -- transitioning. >> i come in here to solve my issues of loneliness and i guess some depression. >> the incident macy of touching is what makes him feel better -- but according to research commerce there's therapeutic through touch through massage
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touch through cuddling has therapeutic value. >> i think it would be important if this is the coming of a popular kind of therapy to research it and i would hypothesize it might be similar to receiving a massage. >> for those who see amy. >> they feel lighter. they feel cared for nur churched you know -- near churched and loved like we all want to be. i don't know about it. >> it is interesting how are you would train to be a can youed her. i don't know if i would be comfortable engaging in that -- >> i do believe in the power of touch with little babies. it makes a big difference. >> absolutely. >> coming up the zika virus is in butler county. one person tested positive.
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police believe it was an act of zika near the tri-state what healthcare proved providers want us to know as this virus continues to spread -- >> and the fight to get the nomination in the g.o.p. continues. candidates facing off in another debate tonight. we'll preview that coming up. >> we're here at ed dibble arrangements in newport -- they're getting ready for
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we're going to dip strawberriesedible arrangements in newport -- they're getting ready for valentine's day and in a moment we're going to dip strawberries. >> good morning i'm liz bonis. >> and i'm adam clements. i hope it's warm food that they're bringing because it is cold outside. thirteen degrees right now at 6:00 o'clock. here's brandon orr with your no wait weather. >> the most surprising thing we're not going to get out of the teens. temperature not rising 10 degrees from where it is right now. so we won't make it into the 20s. in fact we have snow showing up on precision doppler 12 h.d. a lot of that is pushing south and east. a lot of it has been up towards wilmington. this is a band coming off lake michigan where the moisture is coming from and it's pushing south and east. people next in line is eastern claremont county and add dams county as well.
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think this ban will miss most of downtown where downtown is on the far left side. the band has fizzled out. there's not a whole lot of moisture to work with. so that's why we're expecting it to fiz zell up to flurries over the next hour or so. -- a lot of temperatures in the lower teens. i wouldn't be surprised to see a couple single digits before long especially within the next couple hours. we haven't hit our lows yet. twelve degrees across downtown rising up to 18 for our high today with a few peaks of sunshine. coming up we're talking about colder weather tonight. snow moves in tomorrow. we'll go over the specific timing what to expect especially for monday morning commute and more snow ahead on the seven day forecast. it's coming up at 618 adam. >> thank you. it's too close to home.
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>> a woman has tested positive after returning from guyana. a man recently traveled to haiti and has been diagnosed. that makes four people who have reported the virus in the buckeye state. the other two were in cuyahoga and stark county there are 50 cases of zika and that's up from 35 cases a week ago. >> we're learning new information about a butler county woman murdered near dayton. police have interviewed a person of interest in the death of brittney russell. she was found slumped over the wheel in her car. she had been shot in the head multiple times. her baby daughter was found safe in the back seat -- back seat. so far no one has been arrested. >> a man wanted for a bank robbery a warrant is out for damon draper.
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if you know where he is or where he can be found you're asked to call crimestoppers. >> turning to our coverage now of campaign 2016. the exit polls from new hampshire show hillary clinton has work to do with younger voters and that was part of the reason bill clinton held a rally on her behalf the rally was a late add after the new hampshire primary here. putting it in clifton near u.c. not an accident. the former president told the younger crowd about the job that his wife would like to have. things are better when you came or they aren't. children have a brighter future or they don't. we're coming together or we're not. that is all that matters. so don't let up. bear down. and elect the best change maker i have personally ever known. >> ohio's primary is tuesday,
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you have until this tuesday to register at your local board of elections. on the republican side of things the field of candidates now down to six. former virginia governor jim gill measure -- gilmore called it quits last night. they will match witnesses on the stage tonight in south carolina on local 12 at 9:00 -- match wits. >> the coldest air mass of the winter may hit the eastern portion of the u.s. this weekend. new york city mayor de blasio has issued a warning of new yorkers to take extreme precaution over the weekend and city workers will bring people on the streets into shelters or hospitals. the city could see wind chills as low as 20 degrees below zero. temperatures are expected to start creeping back up monday. >> freezing temperatures here in the tri-state leading to turf
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it's racing. the decision regarding rescheduling the race is pending. the facility will for simple mull casting at 11 feel a.m. -- >> if you are looking to get someone you love more than just a card or flowers this valentine's day you can't go wrong with a beautifully arranged both kay of sweet treats -- the busiest weekend for ed dibble arrangements. that's where we find megan moore. good morning, my friend. >> oh, you should. this chocolate smells amazing. you said you can't smell it anymore. time. this is susan smith the owner at the ed dibble arrangements in newport -- >> we're going to dip chocolate and strawberries and you said how long does it take to usually do a whole tray?
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you dip and swirl -- >> dip and swirl. i'm not the best swirl her. ok. there you go -- so only four minutes but you said this is the busiest day of the year for you. talk about what is this going to look like and tomorrow. >> we'll do hundreds of orders. we can do the same day order pickup or delivery whichever you would prefer. we can -- the different collections you can choose from. look on our website. you can look to see what we're offering. we do have all the different ones we can add the belgian pops to. >> these don't look like you can eat it. >> they can be sold separately if you don't want them in the arrangements we san sell those individually. they sell for $10 a piece -- we do have the f. the d service that we offer that can go across the united states call us with the zip code. we can locate the correct store
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order and it will go. >> everybody thinks about the arrangements you can buy the boxes of strawberries but you are also offering at the beach month location smoothies now. >> absolutely now. we have fresh smoothies parent face fruit salads and grab and go. you can come in and buy individual pieces of fruit. weekend i'm sure. >> absolutely. >> well send it back to use guys. these are looking delicious. see. >> quick question. i know they start at $10. what's the average price and then how do you store those? do you have to put them in the fringe? >> she was asking what would be the average price for one of these i guess what would be your most popular option on a day like this? >> there's one that calls and says what's the one with the most chocolate.
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strawberries dipped in chocolate. >> this one runs how much? >> around 75. >> if someone gets one, how would they store it? >> -- it comes wrapped up and you keep it in the refrigerator until you want to give it to a gift. >> i don't think you want to stick it in the refrigerator because if you were getting me one that would be gone in five minutes. >> does that answer your question liz? >> i guess sometimes you have to put it back in the fringe because you can't eat it all. you can find more at local12.com. >> looks pretty good. >> i know. hard to not look at that and be hungry at 6:00 in the morning. >> local schools helping with water crisis. we're going to tell you how are you can help harrison students get water to flint, michigan ahead.
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angel martin's family was determined to make her feel like a princess. angel martin arrived at christ church in style her pink gown made her look like a little princess and a smile over her face as volunteers greeted her at the door. at three years old she may be the youngest person at the prom. she took center stage on the red carpet. >> it was very exercise together bring her to have the experience -- exciting. it is an experience she will not enjoy as a teenager. she has a health issue that
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>> we have made a bucket list to try to get her to experience just normal every day teenage things. i am very excited especially the fact that she's awake and alert today and feeling really good today not having a bad day at all. >> angel is 10080 guests who enjoy the night to shine prom -- with people with special needs tomorrow event is sponsored by the tim tebow foundation. there's a live band and families are treated dinner. everyone gets the star treatment. four hundred 50 people volunteered to make the event special for angel and others. >> a lot of these individuals have never had a prom so they feel like the king and queen in their proms. >> the martin family are determined to make every night a night to shine. >> we just take it one day at a time.
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going to be her last because we're not guaranteed tomorrow. bless her heart what great story. >> students in harrison have organized an effort to help the people in flint, michigan who are dealing with this water crisis. today they'll be collecting donations from 10 until two. students have collected 1,200 cases. if you can add to that number you can drop off bottled water at the harrison junior high school on west road tuesday from seven until noon. >> big weekend on the hardwood. a look at xavier and u.c. their big match up coming up. >> first we're going to have today's under did run-in mount adams. >> there's brandon. i see him there. >> -- we're looking at snow showers moving through right now.
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snow on the way tomorrow. good morning cincinnati. the cupid undy run kicks off today at 2:00 o'clock and people will get down to they're under under wear and it's all for a good cause. money will raise awareness and fun to the research of neuro find broem may toes sis -- that's a long word. >> i'm impressed. >> that's the children's tumor foundation a preparty begins at mount adams. the event takes place in 36 cities. they have raised 8 million dollars for the children's tumor foundation.
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be in my underwear outside as opposed to all the other days i love being outside. >> probably the coldest day of the month. it's only into the teens today. even by 2:00 o'clock we're still going to be in the teens. we don't make it to the 20s. it's going to be chilly. we have snow showers on precision doppler 12 h.d. right now as well. you see those off towards wilmington moving through hillsboro. next in line is brown county and add dams county pushing south. fairly quickly. so it's not hanging around too quickly -- adams county. road temperatures are cold. it's sticking to the roadways. we're getting more information on a possible fatal accident on the west side of dayton. we know it's shut down and this exact snow squall pushed through three hours ago when the accident happened. keep that in mind it's going to make roads slick. even if they look wet and salted.
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could get icy road conditions. so a heads up in brown county or adams county. we have a snow shower within the next hour or two. >> nothing going on downtown not even any flurries. coming up in our next half hour i'll show you time lapse showing the snow showers pushing through. it's pretty cool. twelve degrees right now. wind chills well below that. we're talking below zero wind chills. especially with the wind north and west 10-15. making it look colder than what we're showing. ten degrees in wilmington where the wind is coming out of the west at 13. so back to that 13 mile per hour wind in with the temperature that feels like five below zero and two degrees below in hamilton. that's the same at the international airport. that's why it's not wind chill advisory criteria. that's around 10 degrees below zero but we do have those up toward dayton.
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that's it. we're talking about the undy run and it's going to be a cold one from time to time. we have clear skies frifrment -- from time to time but we did have snow downtown. we expect that trend to continue as we're very far away from a moisture source which is coming off lake michigan 200 miles away. so we're not looking at a whole lot of snow today. maybe a light dusting in browns and add dams county from that snow shower and that's the wind coming in from the north and west because it's eight degrees to our north and west -- that's where our wind direction is coming from. we're going to get colder tonight than we are now. there's that band of snow showers that fades out in the afternoon. we can't rule out a couple light flurries up towards wilmington hillsboro and clinton county. clouds increase with our next storm system. later on tonight into early
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in fact by midday we already have snow pushing in down towards northern kentucky. by the time we get to noon and 3:00 o'clock we'll see the snow pickup over downtown. certainly by five, 6:00 o'clock the dinner hour we have snow across the area. so if you have valentine's day plans keep in mind the roads will bell slick especially with how cold the pavement is -- roads will be slick. this is 2:00 a.m. monday. we still have snow around. it starts to move out monday morning. we're looking at one to three inches of snow accumulation by monday afternoon. so it's not a whole lot of snow. focus on the one, two, three inch snow amount. it will warm up next week. that 53 looks so nice now. >> fun all over the try stays -- my computer's
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starting at 7:30 tonight you'll find 350 craft beers for the sampling all under one roof. regular admission tickets are $55 at the door and include samples in a five ounce soouf near mug. -- soouf near. cheese lovers will have a big cheese festival today and tomorrow at the oscar event center. . it will feature the finest cheese, meats all lives and other appetizers and beer and wine to come policeman meant it all.
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other to i have celebrating valentine's -- today and tomorrow you can learn about chocolate and see chocolate making demonstrations. there will be samples as well. those special activities will go from one to three each day. sounds great. and for more information on all these events and a whole lot more go to local12.com. i'm jen dalton have a great weekend. >> thank you, jen. a new restaurant the nashville specialty they're offering just ahead. >> but first learning to take care of your own heart. how to recognize early warning signs and we're going to tell you what you need to do to stay well coming up. >> we'll have the latest on a restaurant attack in columbus the reason the owner thinks the
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choose his restaurant at thank you so much for waking up with us here on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis if you step outside all you can think about is the weather. it is so cold. here's brandon orr. >> good morning, liz. yeah. temperatures in the teens right now. some areas are slowly starting to fall into the upper single digits so very cold morning wind chills below zero as well. the winds are breezy. we're bringing in light snow showers. most of us in indiana not seeing anything. northern kentucky maybe a few flurries over downtown. most of it is east downtown. you can see this line pushes through hillsboro. this is all snow as it pushes through oh northern adams county. this is barely putting down a dusting. we saw a dusting around wilmington from this -- and it's
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on tower cam we're dry over downtown but keep in mind any water the salt that melted snow on the roadways turned into water overnight and temperatures are so low that even that salt water is starting to freeze. that's what i've seen this morning. so there could be patchy black ice on the roads. morning. twelve degrees in cincinnati that wind coming in from the north and west. wind chill two degrees below the teens. there's that temperature nine degrees in brookville. a lot of us making it up to 17 eighteen. that's our high temperature. this is way below average for this time of year. average is in the lower 40s this is 20 degrees below where we should be. a lot of us in the single digits tonight. snow moves in. how much snow expect and if that could extend into the workweek. the president's day forecast.
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>> a woman from the park say women should pay attention to attacks. >> i had a chance to talk with her this week and share this national heart month what she wants all of us to know before it is too late. maybe it was all in her destiny but julian gardner loves nothing better than spending time in her own garden. >> it's a raised bed that allows winter foods that i've been growing for a couple years. >> that garden was one step in her healthly lifestyle. she lives in an area of peace and tranquility and she exercises regularly and she had a heart attack -- >> i was getting ready to go put a garden in with a couple young men to help me unload the soil and get that going.
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minutes away that my lips started turning blue. the lure chinning pain across my chest occurred. we arrived at the job site -- and i could barely articulate that i thought i should just right now go to the hospital. >> she made it but barely and after treatment -- >> i have two stints. >> vowed she would help other women learn more about the not so obvious early warning signs of heart take. she now volunteers for the american heart association. >> joanne described that her pain felt like a tightness. it wasn't necessarily an excruciating pain it was uncomfortable and fatigue she had never felt before. that's something a lot of people talk about. and what woman isn't tired? >> i didn't necessarily believe that this can't happen to me. look at me. i eat well. i'm active. i have no genetic predisposition.
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i've learned a lot about perhaps being aware of my vulnerabilities too. >> those vulnerabilities she now shares because like a garden we're a work in progress and still growing. >> you know i think when you have a near death experience you sort of decide to live. for myself i don't want to say that i live every moment as if it's my last but then again i sure do. good advice for all of us. there are a lot of early warning signs this go red month. we have a complete list if you go local12.com. hover on the news button and click it on the get it now link. >> we're learning about a machete attack. the owner thinks the establishment was targeted because he's israeli but the f.b.i. is not sure. four people were injured at the naz czar reth restaurant. the suspect was shot by police
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attack. they triggered contacting local terrorism task force. >> a northern kentucky crime spree comes to an picture perfect ending for police not for the bad guy. turns out he was too photo jen nick and greedy. zachary prince was arrested for bank robberies -- now we're getting to see the arrest and learning how police caught him. it was a hunch and luck in a car wash parking lot. >> and i began to pull onto dixie highway to go down to main street. his car pulls up in front of me and just as he comes in my field of view he's looking at me through the windshield of the car and i thought that's him. >> maybe a little luck but they'll take it. police followed him arrested him in his driveway. prince is charged with three robberies. he is suspected in two others. >> there will be a visitation
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long time reds club manager who passed away earlier this week. people can pay their respects from three to seven tomorrow afternoon at elder high school. the funeral mass is monday morning at holy family church at west eighth street in price hill. city was with the reds nearly 70 years. he died at the age of 80. and there's a gala tonight for a local non-profit group that helps kids dealing with serious medical problems tomorrow annual fund-raiser for the annual foundation starts at six. the group is five years old helps those with cancer and bone marrow transplants. this is one of many of the activities that this found days shin supports throughout the year -- foundation. >> starting today you can go to the contemporary art center free of charge. thanks to a generous donation
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get in for three years. they have just opened an exhibit by the core rean american artist to celebrate the free admission -- they'll be special guided tours all weekend long and interactive art activities. pretty cool stuff. a new restaurant opening nashville hot specializees in hot chicken nashville is known for -- made with special paste using kai yen pepper located in the butter milk shops off butter milk pops -- the restaurant has many side items. today diners will receive free cobb her and ice cream with their meals. >> i'm missing some guys here -- it's another thing for valentine's day where girls get together celebrate female friendship. before i i don't has great ideas for this. joining us we're joined with chef and doing good morning.
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>> thank you for joining us. first of all tell us why you decided to celebrate this day? >> we have a lot of great things to be able to bring the ladies out and enjoy some great food and great cocktails. chef james is going share with some people how we can make a great recipe and talk about pairing of cocktail and wine. >> i think it's nice to celebrate girlfriend ships because if you don't have a date it's nice to celebrate -- >> tell us what you've got to feel here. >> i brought this salmon frees so which is one of our lighter options -- it was really great with a white shared may. it has a sweet necessary with this dish. you just roast the sweet potatoes -- and it has seas song. >> you make it sounds so simple.
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along and dessert as well. so with that -- >> the appetizers. the tomato we brought original classic italian appetizer. we brought butter are and char and vinegar goes well with the rosa. we make that in the house every day. and then we have our black pech per shrimp -- pepper shrimp and romano egg plant. it's got a real nice spice and goes well with the red wine we brought with us. it's on our happy hour menu. have a couple cocktails and enjoy fun. >> what are you making? we're making an express so martini -- >> an express so martini? >> absolutely. we have one ounce of ven nell la vodka.
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what -- van nell la. and dark cocoa and one ounce of express so. >> i'll let chef james talk about the dessert. >> we have cheese cake in the front here again made in the house. it's got to feel nice graham cracker crust and cream bruehl lay -- nice strawberry and do you believe chocolate chunk bread pudding. >> i like the dessert first and then you have that awesome complementary drink with that. some great ideas with the girls. stop by before i i don't's. >> -- we're located in liberty
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>> nice to have yoyou hey there it's time for your morning sports. we'll start with a big weekend in basketball and the muskies are off to indy. their second go around against butler. the first throw down was january 2nd at sin as the center an impressive 19 point beat down -- sin as the. coach has a special place in the heart for the dogs.
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is in college basketball and you know i love playing there in the afternoon as well you know the sun sort of shines through the windows and you have the raised floor and it has a really old feel to it and the crowds are always great. the games have been for the most part close. >> well back in january when these two teams first met the bull dogs were the ninth ranked team in the nation. since then they've had a bumpy road and six of six in the big east. lately they had an impressive win over georgetown. chris holtmann remembers the first meeting not so fondly. >> they beat us up. they man handled us in a lot of ways. it was -- they man handled us and that was evident in every statistical category across the board. they're coming off a loss.
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go of the times they've lost they've played us the next game so we know they're going to be very ready to play. so are we. >> he is the only player in n.b.a. history to average a triple double for an entire season. he's the big o. former u.c. star oscar robinson is a hall of famer who will be honored during all-star festivities. the n.b.a. will present the honor by magic johnson and karl towns. in the meantime the current bear cats have their sights on another conference battle -- today at fifth third u.c. hosting eastern carolina. they seem to be heating up at the right time. they have room for him prove meant there. one of the players they're going lean on is number 11 gary clark. you guys always ask well, who is your go-to guy.
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the my look -- mirror. i've got to play well for to us win this game. that's what's going to have to happen in the stretch run and he's capable of it. he's been much more aggressive. there. you know i'm not satisfied. he's still got to feel a long can be. >> it is going to be a great saturday to set up camp on the couch and go into full on junky mode for basketball. gamecocks. x and butler go at 2:30. state. that's your early look at sports this morning. i'm brad steinkey. we'll be here at 6:00 o'clock with the latest on the college hard hardwood. >> good day to stay in and cuddle with the lap dog. good morning. kelly joining us from the spca. tell us who you have here.
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she's a little nervous. i think driving down in the van sweetheart. she's sophisticated. she has terrier mix but she is a two years old. she's a $40 adoption fee. she goes up for adoption today at noon at our sharonville location. >> oh boy. she's going quickly. it's one of our favorite times in the morning because we get to ask kelly your pet questions. what is the best way to introduce my newborn baby to the dog? >> great question. i just went through this. you want to try to prepare them. if your dogs have never been around babies or kids they're like a whole different creature. so you want to try and prepare as much as you can beforehand. if they can be around babies or kids great. if not try to bring those baby smells in. bring the diapers in.
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maybe have a recording of baby crying. that's an unsettling sound if you've never heard it before. get them used to that to ease into it and then when you're in the hospital have someone else bring an article of clothing. let the dogs smell that and then when you walk in everyone comes in first and then you walk in with the baby calm and cool if you're anxious they'll pick up on that. act like it's no big deal. light sniffing keep them on a leefsh. don't let them rush out -- but a leash to begin with and never ever leave your baby alone with your dog. >> pediatricians will tell you that too. those are great questions. here's kelly's e-mails if you'd like to ask her a question. people are wondering. you have a little boy and his name is? >> fin that gig. -- finnegan. you can contact kelly and we'll be back in our next hour with more adoptable dogs and cats. maybe a cold day to walk your dogs today.
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>> liz you may want to play inside today especially with today. that's mainly all we have now. we did have one snow shower and that's fiz limb out as it pushes into northern adams county -- put down a light coating and i'm talking very light dusting in hillsboro and wilmington -- but now flurries from time to time. we did see snow showers. i know downtown we picked up a quarter inch of snow. that's a light dusting. right now i'm not seeing too much. you can see atrium medical center weather camera it's looking quiet. we can loop this over the past six hours and go back to that snow shower that moved through downtown and it has a pretty cool sight. you can see the quick visibility. it lightens back up depending on when the snow showers move through. ever since then it's been mainly clear. if we had the sun up we would
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skies and that's how much it's going to be today. we're still dropping down 12. wind coming in at the north and west add aren't 12. bring in wind chill below zero in wilmington where it's cooler 10 degrees there -- there are the temperatures. and wind. factor in the winds with how cold it is because the wind tends to blow the body heat way making it feel colder than what it really is so it feels like 5 degrees below zero in wilmington and two degrees below zero at the airport. we'll get the wind chills above zero but it's not going to warm up much more than it is now. 17 degrees by 3:00 o'clock. despite sunshine we'll see throughout the day today. eighteen will be our high temperature. you see some snow. that's the exact same snow shower we saw on our camera and it faded out.
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well. we're left with flurries. our moisture source coming in from lake michigan is cut off. we're only expecting a mixture today. temperature 12 degrees here in cincinnati. that's much colder than what it was this time yesterday and it gets even colder than that tonight. a lot of us getting into the single digits especially since we have partly cloudy skies and patches of clear skies at times. that's what's going to bring our temperatures down a little bit. notice how the clouds fill in right around 6:00 o'clock tomorrow morning. that's the first sign that some snow is headed in our direction. by around midday i'm talking right at the noon hour we're starting to see snow built into southeastern indiana in northern kentucky and noon and 3:00 o'clock we see snow move in. certainly by five and six it could come down at a moderate pace at times. most of it will be light. it pushes off to the east but
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showers -- lingering. you can see by monday at 3:00 a.m. we still have snow across the area. it takes six or 7:00 o'clock to get most of it off to the east the heaviest of the snow looks to stay down towards the tri-cities. right now we're fairly confident at least around an inch off -- an inch of snow. slick roadways start tomorrow afternoon. it's going to stick to roads especially if they're untreated. president's day a lot of folks that would be a good thing with slick roadways. either way we're going to warm up towards the end of next week. chilly willie for now. >> thanks brandon. valentine cooking. a local chef is going to show us how to make a romantic res sip pay at 7:00 o'clock. >> -- res sip pay. >> a special restaurant will
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you're watching good morning mornings. they' re bad breath, bad hair and a bad case of the mondays. and organized wardrobes that help you pull it together. they' re showering, shaving, and shuffling. and bathrooms that get big families out the door. they' re number ones, number twos,
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life' s morning madness. and comfortable, organized bed and bathrooms that make them better. hoping for justice a local woman is found dead near dayton and now her father is remembering her life. >> fruit i think chocolate i think edible here in newport -- and they're preparing for their busiest day of the year and this is the place to go. >> why procrastinate thank you for waking up with us here on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm liz bonis.
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first it's 11 degrees and it's cold out. it's going to stay cold. here's brandon orr with no wait weather. >> 11 degrees as adam mentioned at the international airport. likely seeing temperatures drop into the single digits. on precision doppler 12 h.d. we had one lone stream measure from the north and west this is a lone shower fate fading into flurries -- it's fading out as it moves into northern brown and adams county and that's it. all we have other than that is just flurries. but that same band of snow moved through dayton and was stronger and created slick roadways. there's problems on the interstate that adam is going to talk about on i-75 and dayton. you can see it 71 and 75 butter milk pike is dry and if you look
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glossy towards the slides -- watch out on the second dare reece for black ice. what looks wet may be ice. eighteen if it's treated because temperatures this low salt becomes much less effective. eleven degrees in cincinnati. wind coming in from the north and west makes it feel like zero to 5 degrees below zero in many locations. there's a couple single digits. so we're starting to get it up there but high temperatures today only into the upper teens around 4:00 with mostly cloudy skies so only a few peaks of sunshine. coming up at 718 we're talking way tomorrow. we'll tell you everything you need to know before you head out on valentine's day coming up shortly guys. >> brandon, thank you. >> you talk about the snow squalls and how much a problem they can be. we're following breaking news alert near dayton.
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triple fatal crash and odot has cameras. we're trying to get one of those cameras to pop up throughout the course of the morning. it happened right around 3:00 o'clock right around the time some snow showers moved into the area. investigators say three people were found dead inside an s.u.v. that was on it's top. if you plan on heading towards dayton police don't know how long that road will stay shut down. >> zika virus is tri-state a butler county woman tested positive after returning from a trip to guiana. >> what this first dying most sis there are a lot of questions -- diagnosis. it was only a few months ago that health and environmental people had concerns related to the virus. it may cause birth defects and it was transmitted through mosquito bites but we now know it can be spread through next
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quite tit -- 80 percent of people never show symptoms. people who show the symptoms. so far the only documented cases like this involve men. it does appear to last longer in siemens than blood but there are not tests widely available for this. there are 54 cases of the zika virus if the united states and that's up from 35 cases a week ago. there could be a break in the case of a butler county case. police interviewed a person of brittney. so far no one has been arrested. >> real spirited. her smile would light up a room. her hair would definitely light up a room anytime it was a bengals' game she was the loudest one in the party between her and my son. >> that was brittney's father. he knew brittney had a drug problem but was trying to turn
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he's an sthous learn more about her death but he's letting investigators handle things from here on out -- >> we have a valentine's day scam. online scampers attract victims and then trick them into sending money. it's called the sweetheart scam. mike dewine said it cost victims an average of $700,000 last year. >> this is the valentine's season and people are thinking about romance and we want to warn people about online kating sometimes that can work out well for people -- dating. there are con artists online who pretend to be someone and start communicating with you online and they can keep you going to keep you going and then at some money. >> scams like this are really hard to prosecute because many con artists are overseas and
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people rarely get their money back. >> long story short do not send people money that you've actually never met. >> also new this morning the cold weather canceling racing fun at turf way. they're canceling the race today because single digit temperatures are expected. rescheduling is pending. the concert has been cancelled this evening. turf way will for simple mull casting at 11:15. >> -- still struggling to find the perfect gift for that special someone? look we've all been there and you can't go wrong with something sweet. megan moore is at edible arrangements and i believe she has something fluffy there. hey, megan. >> something fluffy. of course we have the edible stuff but look at this little guy. i got to feel show them this guy. it's got to feel chocolate
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i'm sure you can pick up one of these two. the owner of this store in newport if you're walking into the store today day before valentine's day you're probably in a rut but you will take care of just about everybody's needs. >> absolutely. we have immediate pickup and we can wait for something while you wait and you can give us an order that we can send out for you and make it a delivery. >> let's talk about the big arrangement here and more average size one what are people going to get. >> they do it all depends on how much they want to wow their special person. we can do the 12 box of hearts. we can do the two dozen the next one would be our valentine's swizzle bouquet that has chocolate belgian pop at the top and he has pineapple regular strawberry and swizzle strawberries and then a larger arrangement and we can add
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for that also. >> you were talking about you have three different locations. you're going to be busy. talk about extra staff you have to bring in. >> we have our family members come in and help out. we have our normal regular seasonal help that comes in. so we have maybe 15 per store. >> and a lot of trucks out on the road. >> we do have maybe about 15 drivers between our three stores. >> wow. >> so busy day. about how many orders do you think you can fill? >> hundreds. everybody will get their order filled today -- >> she says most are last minute. >> absolutely. nobody can makeup their mind until the last minute. >> there's a lot to choose from. you can get a big arrangement to choose from. at the beach month store they're offering smoothies -- >> we have sfresh fresh smoothies parent face -- fresh parent face and grab and go and there will be smoothies at all
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wonderful. everything has been smelling delicious. thank you for having us, susan. what's the number if they want to make an order? >> all right. we'll send it back to you guys. >> megan it might smell delicious but have they let you taste any of it? >> not yet. i have been withholding here in a minute i'm going to try some stuff but i've been good. i'll share some with you guys. >> thank you very much. that's what i was getting at. we'll check back in with you. if you want more information head to local12.com. >> liz over to you. >> a local girl's family determined to make the best out of their daughter's life. angel martin arrived in style at christ church in her pink gown. she is three years old and has infantile neuro axonal dystrophy. that's a rare disorder that is a fatal. it did kill her sister -- the family took her to the prom to
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>> it is very exciting to bring her to have the experience knowing that she'll never be able to facilities full it as a teenager. >> angel was one of 180 guests who enjoyed the night to shine prom. there was another one last night for people with special needs. it's sponsored by the tim tebow foundation. >> still ahead getting love from the produce aisle. we're going to look at the diet for romance. >> plus brandon is tracking snow showers.
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snow fall forecast coming up in welcome back. it's cold out there. this is a live shot.
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romance alive might not just be oysters and chocolate. it might be in the produce aisle. >> a study in the american journal of clinical nutrition says getting a lot more fruits and vegetables could be a good thing especially if you're a guy. >> how many fruits and vegetables have you had today? >> none. >> really? >> not yet. >> i did this morning -- >> do you like fruits and vegetables? >> yeah. >> from fighting cancer to improve heart health there's a lot of evidence that eating fruits and vegetables is a good idea. the problem however is that medical of us are not eating enough fruits and vegetables to get the newt try yents we need when it comes to flaif noidz -- these are natural compounds found in fruits and vegetables the colors flavors and textures help cell path ways. this report found for guys they could help something else. it could help prevent the need
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referred to as the little blue pill a medication for guys to help erect tile dis function or ed. >> erecord tile dis function is man first station of us as our western diet -- >> doctor campbell is a urologist who specializes in men's sexual help. he says the western diet includes more meat, fat and few were plant foods and that's not good for overall health. researchers in the american journal of clinical newt triggs ship looked at 25,000 men -- as part of a 10 year study. they found those who ate more foods with flaif noidz had a 14 percent risk of developing ed than those who did not -- >> there's been information on flaif flaif noidz which play a big role in the endo he'll yum -- which is the surface of the blood vessels. >> and the newt try yents needed
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sexual performance -- >> people that eat well their healthy tend to do better with all aspects healthwise certainly erecord tile dis function is no exception. >> -- flaif noidz include apples, onions, parsley, tomatoes, bananas, blueberries, bell peppers and so i bean. now it could be those who eat these foods toned lead a healthier lifestyle but the researchers did control for those factors and still found this improvement in ed to be true. we found that list at local12.com. >> well, if you stepped outside today it's cold. here's brandon. >> it's going to be a cold one tomorrow.
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find out when 50s return to the center. you can watch an ordinary pumpkin transform into a beautiful carriage on screen. two shows one at two and one at
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sunday yeah to is sunday at one and 6:30. >> and cincy winter beer first continues tonight at the duke energy center at 7:30. -- beer first. you can find 350 samples of beer. fifty-five dollars at the door include samples and a five ounce mug. >> cheese lovers the big cheese festival takes place at the oscar event center. it will feature the finest cheeses as well as meats and the fantastic range of beer and wine to compliment it all. >> the chrome conservative have an other to are celebrating with special activities. in addition to their spring show you can learn about chocolate and see chocolate in the making -- they'll be samples. those activities go from one to
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>> i like that cheese festival. bring me all the meats and cheeses. >> you like the cheese. i like the chocolate. >> beer first is nice. >> that's right. not bad. i saw that on facebook there are 5,000 people. you're saying they were going and there's about 10,000 that said they might go. so popular event. >> it's going to be warm in there. >> not outdoors. >> checkout the temperatures. it looks cold on our weather camera. this is out towards college hill. i think that's north bend road. it's snowy at times. the snow has stopped falling. we had overnight there on the camera right around midnight or so and that faded out. that last band of snow faded on out as well. let's put down a light coating. we're talking a very light dusting. now on precision doppler 12 h.d. a few flurries in brown county and adams county.
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temperature we started out into the middle teens. we came on the air and it slowly has been falling since. we may drop a degree before it starts to rise again later this afternoon. eleven now. wind coming in out of the northwest at nine miles per hour. so it's breezy. look how chilly it is in wilmington. single digits. eight degrees. wind coming in out of the northwest at 12 miles per hour. so factor in that wind with how cold it is because the wind tends to blow our body heat away from us and makes it feel colder than what it is. the wind chills right around seven degrees below zero in wilmington. two degrees well below zero are in cincinnati. there is a wind chill advisory for wilmington because that's where it's colder. that's southeastern indiana the rest of us haven't met criteria yet and that's why we don't have a wind chill advisory. we have to get down to 10 degrees below zero to get the
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17 degrees will be our temperature around 3:00 o'clock. not rising much today -- despite sunshine we'll have throughout the day. we have 18 degrees as our high at the international airport. average high is lower 40s. that's more than 20 degrees below average. i told you about a band of light showers. there's that second band that has been fading out pushing south. we have the left over clouds from that. it's been extending in this band that goes 200 miles in the north and west all the way to lake michigan. that's where this moisture is coming from. cold air moving over the relatively warm waters of lake michigan and we're talking about colder air in the single digits here. we're 11 degrees in cincinnati. there's the clouds we have now. those fade east. we have flurries from time to time. you can see some of those embedded within the clouds. best chance of seeing flurries today is east of downtown wilmington hillsboro over
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and peebles could pick up on snow flurries. as we go into tomorrow morning when we're on air we come on around 8:00 o'clock we'll have clouds moving in. we'll also see snow showers pushing in from the west by 11 o'clock to noon it will start moving into southeastern indiana we'll likely be tracking snow showers pushing into downtown on precision doppler 12 h.d. especially between noon and 3:00 o'clock over downtown is our best chance to see the snow move in. could come down nod under rate especially during the late afternoon hours -- moderate. as we get towards sunset we'll still see snow across the area. then it breaks up into scattered snow showers we see early monday morning. six o'clock tomorrow morning we still have snow showers around from time to time putting down light accumulation. after 6:00 a.m. once we get into the monday morning commute. the snow will begin to taper off
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accumulation on the ground which could be one to as high as three inches of snow but i think most of us will be closer to that one inch of snow. we could see slick roads starting sunday afternoon. if you have dinner plans tomorrow afternoon we'll likely have slick roads around and that includes the monday morning commute. so keep that in mind with snow showers. even into late monday some of those could mix with rain as you see high temperatures get above freezing. certainly well above freezing into next week. highs friday. fifty-three degrees. i cannot wait. >> i can't wait either. >> this coming -- guys are not expect that go. >> why not? you say i ought to be cold? >> well it's usually those who have layers. >> maybe i am being a cry baby. i'm sorry.
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>> knock on wood. we haven't had to deal with a lot of accumulation. >> it's just light stuff. >> that is true. >> keep our eye on that and
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dying again. we can issue you a tickeket. but you're right here. it's protocol. or, you can try staples tech services next day guarantee. it's fast and done right. i'll do that instead. that's not protocol marsha. in by noon, out by 5 the next day.
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good morning cincinnati. it's 26 after seven. it started out at a whopping 15. brandon says not too much snow but he has a few changes in the forecast and he'll update us in a moment. >> the biggest night in music almost here. >> suzanne shows us what's in store for monday night's grammy awards. >> from the outside. >> audiences can say hell there adele. the british superstar performs a song from her record album 25. >> taylor swift will open the show for the second time. she's up for seven awards including album of the year record of the year and song of the year. she goes up against kendrick lamar with 11 nomination shins. chris stapleton, r and b the
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alabama shakes -- lady gave gave will give a tribute to the late david bowie. >> she has something very cool planned and she's been rehearsing off site. >> ll cool jay will host it for the fifth year -- he says the show is not to be missed. >> it's going to be an amazing night. i think people will be blown away. >> making moves and losing out. >> the grammys are a forum for new artists including soul singer andre day -- and doctor day. >> -- day is also up for two grammys. susan marquez c.b.s. los angeles. >> you can catch the 58th annual combram my awards right here this monday night -- grammy awards 8:00 o'clock. >> coming up taking the stage.
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topics in south carolina. >> plus open for business. one man bringing nashville to the tri-state with a new restaurant. >> and his legacy lives on. local man was murdered nine
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an event can keep his memory the republican presidential candidates will debate tonight.
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restaurant in ohio. witnesses describe the day use as the man goes on a rampage with a may sheet day. >> get your grub on. you got to feel a chance to have nashville inspired chicken -- thanks to a new northern kentucky restaurant. >> thank you so much for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. boy if you step outside we let the dogs outside and they come right back in. that's how we feel. it's cold out. here's band brown orr. >> very cold out temperatures in the lower teens -- brandon orr. >> we still have snow cover which is helping our temperature bottom out. a little cooler if we didn't have snow around. you see mafrnly dry. we have moisture on the road -- mainly dry. this is i-71 and kings mills road. so keep in mind there could be black ice from time to time on a
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are not treated as well because even with the salt temperatures are so cold that the salt is not as effective as it would be if temperatures were closer to freezing. we did have one snow shower a stream measure coming in from the north and west off lake michigan -- and it's been producing snow. they picked up a light dusting and flurries over brown county and adams county as it approaches the ohio river. that's what we're going to see is a couple late flurries north and east of downtown. temperatures in the teens in the region. temperatures warm up today only to around 17, 18 degrees for high temperatures. we'll see peaks of sunshine from time to time. we're calling it partly sunny skies throughout the dachlt coming up at 748 -- day. we're talking about how cold it is and when it gets warmed up. plus the snow moves in and will
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morning commute. if you're going anywhere especially later on tomorrow we'll tell you what the roads will look like in fifteen minutes liz. >> thank you, brandon. >> the stage is set for tonight's c.b.s. republican debate. >> five of the candidates are vying to steal the spotlight from donald trump while the billionaire businessman is threatening to sue claiming he's not eligible to be president. >> donald trump and the other republican presidential candidates will debate saturday in south carolina but friday trump was throwing jabs tweeting if ted cruz doesn't clean up his act and stop doing negative ads he has stand together sue cruz for not being a natural born citizen. i'm going to take your house in
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>> trump is angry of ads that are running. >> there's more than a little irony of donald accusing anyone of being nasty given the amazing tore rent of insults and obscene tit -- obscenities and vul gart tees that come out of his mouth. >> trump skipped campaigning while his opponents tried wu evangelicals -- >> hillary clinton continued her attack on sanders. she said sanders made false claims about president obama's legacy. >> he has called the president weak a disappointment. >> sanders calls clinton's comments a low blow. she and sanders face-off in two weeks. >> craig boswell. c.b.s. news greenville south carolina. >> remember you can watch the debate on local 12. >> four people are recovering this morning after a horrific
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police say 30-year-old mohammad berry entered the naz czar reth restaurant and attacked people where they were eating -- they believe the assault has the marks of an attack by terrorism. he was slash anyoning -- slashing diners. >> he walked in and started stabbing people. >> oh my god. oh my god. no. we need an ambulance here. >> berry led police on a five mile car chase and before he was shot and killed investigators lunged at an officer. >> another kentucky crime spree is over. erlanger police have arrested robberies. officers were able to catch the arrest on dash cam which gave more insight on how they caught up to him. they say it was a hunch and luck in a car wash parking lot.
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highway to go down to main a street his car pulls up in front of me and just as he comes in my field of view he's looking at me through the windshield of the car and i thought that's him. >> officers followed him arrested him in his driveway. prince is charged with three robberies at banks and he's suspected in others. >> happening today new nashville inspired restaurant opening in northern kentucky. nashville hot offers music city themed hot kick channel 10. it's celebrating -- chicken. it begins at 10 this morning. if you dine there you get a free cobb her to celebrate. consultants say nashville hot chicken is one of the hottest food and beverage trends in 2016 -- >> nine years ago john harris was murdered. no one knows why. someone knows who did it but they haven't come forward.
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his alma mater. >> for see that of the princeton wrestlers this is the last time on the mat senior night. it means so much to wrestle in front of my fans and friends. and you know family members. it's just great. >> that's the same feeling peggy harris remembers her son having. >> my son johnny he wrestled at princeton in 2001 he was a team captain. six years later harris was killed during a carjacking and the murder remains unsolved. harris' dream of becoming a coach didn't come true but his family and community are making sure his legacy impacts the program. >> john harris wrestled all four years at princeton high school. the current high school coach didn't coach harris but the two knew each other and had a
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harris become a mentor. >> he would come in the room and say hey if you have any extra wrestling shoes and i would find him shoes and he would help all the kids. so he was really coming along. i think what he really wanted to do is pursue a coaching career. >> with the help of john's children and his mother a first fund raising check of $2,000 will help future wrestlers at princeton. >> it really helps and benefits our kids to go to the camps and tournaments. a lot of kids can't afford these the types of things and that money will be used to help them in their dreams. >> brad underwood, local 12 news. >> certainly not forgotten. this is the first year. peggy harris bush says it will be an annual event and hopes to well. >> look who's in the house some
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kelly joining us from the spca thinking about taking one home? we have darling lap dogs here
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the first throw down was january 2nd at cintas center an impressive 19 point beat down on -- of the bull dogs a lot has changed. fifth ranked xavier. coach has a special place in his heart for the dogs. >> it's as good a venue as there is in coal ledge basketball and you know i love -- college basketball and i love playing there in the afternoon. the sun shines through the windows and you have the rays -- raised floor and it has a really old feel to it and the crowds are always great. the games have been for the most part close. >> well back in january when these two teams first met the bull dogs with the ninth ranked team in the nation and they've had a bumpy road and six and six in the big east but lately they have turned it around. winners of three straight
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over georgetown. chris holtmann remembers the first meeting not so fondly. >> they beat us up now. they man handled us in a lot of ways. it was -- it was they man handled us and that was evident in every statistical category across the board. they're coming off a loss. they've only lost three times this year. two of the times they've lost they played us the next game so we know they're going to be very ready to play so are we. >> well he's the only player in n.b.a. history to average a triple double the entire season. oscar robinson is a ledge ant-- legend of the game. he'll be honored during all-star festivities. the n.b.a. will give him the lifetime achievement award and magic johnson and karl anthony honor.
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have their sights set on another conference battle east carolina. the cats have won five of their last six games and they seem to be heating up just about the right time. they still have room for him prove meant in their rc i. >> -- they'll rely on gary clark. >> you guys always ask who is your go-to guy. guys have to look in the mirror. they have to play well for to us win this game. that's what's going to have to happen in a stretch run. he's capable of it. he's been much more aggressive. you've got to keep him there. i'm not satisfied. he's still got to feel a long ways to go as far as how much how good he can be. >> it is going to be a great saturday to set up camp on the couch and go into full on junky mode for basketball. noon tip for the cats and gamecocks. x and butler go at 2:30.
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that's your early look at sports this morning. i'm brad steinkey. i'll be here at 6:00 o'clock with the latest on the college hardwood. go out and enjoy the weekend. we'll see you soon. >> i could be basketball junky and today we could be darling pet junk keys couldn't we? >> we're excited over here -- >> i got the exciting one and you got the calm one. >> tell us about them kelly. >> this is tiny. she is three months old. still excited lots of energy. she is going to be handful. a puppy is a lot of work. so keep that in mind but labor of love for sure. >> how big is she going to get? >> that is a good question. we've had her for a few weeks and she hasn't grown too much shepherd. you're looking at 50 pounds. >> tiny might be an ironic name
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>> she's going to need a lot of exercise. she's going to be active. -- >> we're going to for a walk. there we go. you've got the calm one. >> so dandy is also a puppy but he's five months old. she much more calm. kind of has that old man look for -- going for him. he's still a puppy. he's a $40 adoption fee. all three are $40 and they are spayed neutered vaccinated and already at noon along with this sweet lily. lily is just disgusted by the whole craziness because she is a very calm dog. >> really disgusted by the whole craziness adam. >> calm and lap dog. >> the studio is not your toilet come on. >> -- a little think kellieing that happens with a puppy -- you have to be ready for it. so they're ready at noon along
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she's four months old. she's ready to go and she's only a $5 adoption fee. >> this weekend all our cats and kit sense are only that $5 adoption fee and that is for valentine's day -- you can adopt any cat or kitten either shelter location or our mobile adoption unit will also have cats there but first these animals are available at our sharonville location 11900 and our mobile unit -- we can be part of my furry valentine 10-5, 10-011 is their preview time so you can stop by and see -- we'll have so many other ones. >> that is the a great event. and speaking of valentine's you have a new love in your life. >> i do. >> finnegan. >> finnegan what. >> william -- finnegan william. >> he was born?
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>> and lease how old? >> he was three months old thursday -- we're working on the air. he's the cutest thing i've ever seen. >> that's a smile there. >> oh thank you kelly. and again you can adopt these pets starting at noon today. >> brandon. >> adam, liz watch out for that one there. i went up to her and she let the faucet go all over the place. that's a three months old puppy. nice outside at least for right now in terms of precipitation. we're mainly dry. we had flurries earlier. we have some over downtown. a lot are not making it down the ground but we have warm sunshine you can see there on the sides of the building. we did have one lone snow shower. downtown is here. we don't see anything going on there. we had one band of snow. it put down a light coating. we had a couple flurries. you can see that in brown and adams county. this one coming off lake michigan.
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source. we're not looking at much snow fall today. eleven degrees in cincinnati. factor in the wind. that's coming out of the northwest at 9:00. morning. that means we have a wind chill going on. wilmington eight degrees is the temperature. the wind tends to blow the heat away from our body. that's why it feels like seven degrees below zero and that's one of the few counties we have a wind chill advisory for. liberty and con force vil goes out through the rest of the morning and we're not warming up much -- 17 degrees by 3:00 o'clock. eighteen. some areas will make it close to 20 a lot of us won't hit the 20s and then we'll fall into the teens by 9:00 o'clock. when it's 13 degrees at 9:00 o'clock and we have colder air filtering in it's likely going
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we have a few clouds left over from the light snow showers and flurries. you can see this ban coming off lake michigan. we're not going to see that much longer. the roadways will be fine except we do have black ice on the secondary roads and the parking lots and sidewalks even if they were salted in some cases the temperature is just that cold. that salt is not as effective as it would be. single digits. we have one band of snow with a few flurries. we're not expecting anymore. adam county could pickup flurries later on today. what we're watching is during the day tomorrow. clouds increase by tomorrow morning. six o'clock. we're starting to see lots of clouds. by noon we have snow moving in. that area of blue pushing into indiana and kentucky. moved in over downtown between afternoon. could come down moderate at
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for the dinner hour and then it pushes east and we're left with scattered hit and miss snow showers late sunday night and through the day monday morning. so if you're going out during the afternoon sunday maybe you had valentine's day plans keep in mind the roads will become slick especially if they're not treated. i know a lot of schools don't have to go for monday president's day but we're going to have slick roads to the monday morning commute. we'll have rain and snow showers as the temperatures get above freezing. you may have seen green on the computer models. one to three inches of snow is what we'rense hydration and locks it in. for supple, hydrated skin that back. slick roadways starting around midday tomorrow. temperatures are well bev below frooegdz freezing. the monday morning commute will
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roads are pretreated because they have salt on it. so that will help around midday. there's our warm up and drying friday. low 50s friday. we'll have more good morning cincinnati coming up.
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welcome back. here's your top stories. the zika virus has made it to the tri-state. >> a 56-year-old woman has tested positive after she returned to a trip to guyana. a licking county man was diagnosed after a trip to haiti. that makes four people in the buckeye state. the other two were in cuyahoga and stark county. there are 50 cases of zika reported in the united states -- that's up from 30 last week. >> we're learning about a butler county woman murdered near dayton. police have interviewed a person of interest in the death of brittney russell found dead in her car. she was shot in the head multiple times. her baby daughter was found safe in the back seat. no one has been arrested as of now. >> we're watching the weather today. quite cold. >> it's cold. tomorrow is when the snow moves in. accumulating snow. it's going to move in around the
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we're on from eight to nine but we're on from 11:30 to noon. so we'll be tracking snow showers. they'll be making your roads slick sunday. if you can get errands done sunday morning that will be your best shot. we're looking at one to three inches late sunday. you know what today is? >> crock pot day and warm up baby. >> and enjoy the basketball -- stay warm and safe. thanks for joining us on good morning cincinnati saturday. >>
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