tv Good Morning Cincinnati 430 CBS February 18, 2016 4:25am-5:00am EST
3 new this morning...we're working to learn more about a crash in middletown that left a man seriously hurt .... investigators says around eight last night, 27-year-old adrean spencer lost control of his car on the ramp from university boulevard to roosevelt.it went off the road, and hit a power pole. spencer was flown to miami valley hospital ...no word on a cause ... 3 time/temp ...ahead at four-30
about the moments before the bullets flew ... 3 request denied ...how the encryption battle between apple and the f-b-i could set a troubling precedent .. 3 suiting up for spring training ...the reds are gearing up for the season as some big changes are planned at great american ball park. 3 good morning cincinnati.thanks for joining us on this thursday.i'm john lomax.and i'm sheila gray.the stories of the day are coming up. first a check of the weather. here's meterologist john gumm.
late afternoon the silver pick up slams into the utility pole near harrison and she watched most of what happened next. sotjerrie guy in the silver truck he had a gun. martin haynes says he too saw the crash and watched as the man fled on foot on harrison ave towards north bend road. sot 18.25.46-04 about two minutes later the cops pull up and stop right by this truck. one cop gets out and grabs a shotgun out of the trunk, cocks it, you could hear him cock it, gets back in the car, takes off and then a couple minutes later you heard the gunshots. the next thing you know the gentleman's dead. officers eventually arrived and found the man near the flower shop and bank on harrison. police say, he was cooperative at first. then, something happened to change the mood. sotlt. steve saunders 18.28.47-57as the interaction went on the person retrieved a gun from their waistband. the officers received that threat and fired on the individual and the shots did take effect. haynes says the man was stumbling
crashed truck and wishes he would have stayed by the 18.26.28-34he could have just sat down and waited. there's no sense in losing your life over this, i don't understand 3 brad underwood reporting.the hamilton county coroner says the man was shot several times. the names of the dead man and the three officers are not being released right now. we'll hear reaction from neighbors in the area this morning at five... police are still trying to figure out where a woman was before she caused a deadly wrong-way crash on i-71.this, as she gets ready for a court appearance today ... police say taryn chin was drunk as she drove north in the southbound lanes of i-71 early yesterday morning.. she hit another car near dana avenue. jose arenas was in that car, and died in the crash. the 47-year-old had just left the cintas plant on ridge road.. a place where he had worked for 20 years.. 3 "he was a hardworker, great attitude, and he was always willing to go the extra mile,
people trying to process this news." according to court documents taryn chin's blood alcohol level was well above the legal limit.. investigators are also looking into whether she had drugs in her system.. she'll face a judge today on a charge of aggravated vehicular homicide. 3 a man is also due in court today for a three- year old murder. william smith is the second person charged with killing michael hopkins in sedamsville in 2013.. rayshawn hart is the other suspect.. he is on trial right now. 3 a catholic priest and a former death row inmate will be in cincinnati today to share their powerful story ...it's part of the program .. "voices of experience: the death penalty."joe d'ambrosio spent 20 years on death row for a crime he didn't commit.. and the priest was an attorney at the time.after father neil kookoothe found loopholes in the case, d'ambrosio was freed in 2012.they'll speak at seven at saint anthony church in madisonville. 3 in more local news ...your sewer bill could go up because of a battle going on between the metropolitan sewer
the county's utility oversight director is accusing the local sewer utility of mis-spending half a billion dollars because of bad planning and decision- making.m-s-d denies the charges. 3 she hired her own firm to do an independent review of the model she had been overseeing for four years.""so let's step this back. so this consultant went out and hired another firm? her own firm, to validate her findings. i just wanted to be sure. i can't make this up.commissioners approved new rules for msd -- giving the sewer agency less leeway to make decisions without coming back to the commission for approval. hamilton county owns m-s-d but the city of cincinnati operates it.sewer district spending will also be the subject of a special audit by ohio auditor dave yost. 3 there's a youth job fair in kentucky today ...employers are looking for people between 16 and 26 to fill openings.
summer positions are available at places like kroger, great american ball park, and belterra casino.the job fair runs from three to six at the newport branch of the campbell county public library. 3 if you're heading to u-s bank arena tonight for the blake shelton concert, you may want to get there early. new security rules take effect tonight. walk- through metal detectors are at every entrance.. and no longer can you bring in large bags or purses. you won't have to take off hats or coats, but be prepared to unzip them and put phones and other accessories in trays as you walk through the metal detectors. 3 the all-star season brought a lot of changes to great american ball park.and if you weren't expecting anything new in 2016, think again ...chief operating officer phil castellini revealed the home of the reds will have a new project focused on millenials this year.it's a walk-in bar in the left field upper deck, with a rooftop beer garden and party area.the old all you can eat seats will be a general ticket that includes your first drink.meanwhile reds opening day is april fourth.
good morning... (ad lib) 3 the legal fight between apple and the f-b-i could have a big impact on consumers, and digital privacy.the california company is denying the f-b-i's request to unlock an i-phone used by a shooter in the san bernardino massacre.a federal court ordered apple to provide software that bypasses the phone's security feature, which wipes data if 10 incorrect password attempts are made.once the f-b-i can unlock encrypted phones, a top privacy advocate says it would leave your private information vulnerable to just about anyone.apple will likely file an appeal sometime this week. 3 right now.. the f-b-i is investigating an extortion plot at a california hospital. a medical center in los angeles paid a ransom to hackers who breached and took down its computer network.it paid the demand of 40- bitcoins.. which is equivalent to about 17-thousand dollars..
hospital's best interest.it took ten days to get the breach fixed.there's no evidence that patient information was compromised. 3 turning to campaign news now ...the feud between republican candidates ted cruz and donald trump heats up ...cruz dared trump to go through with his threat to sue him for defamation.during a presidential forum last night, cruz said to trump, "please donald, file this lawsuit."a cruz t-v ad shows trump speaking in support of abortion rights in 1999, which he now says he opposes.trump's lawyer sent cruz a letter this week, saying the ad was filled 3 pope francis got a big sendoff as he wrapped his five-day stay in mexico ...hundreds were there for the farewell ceremony as he boarded a plane for italy last night.the pontiff capped the trip with a mass at the u-s mexico border in front of a huge crowd. thousands more watched a live-stream video of the event. he used the mass to call on governments worldwide to open their hearts to the quote "human tragedy that is forced migration." 3 time/temp ...it's information
journey with early stage breast cancer -- michele wiener (why-nur) admits --< michele wiener (why-nur) / survivor 4:34: 18 i wanted to know,, why, how did i get this?>so michele joined forces,,and became president of one of the few breast cancer registries now in the country..this one is at the university of cincinnati.< dr. susan phinney/ environmental health specialist 4:26: 30 the purpose of the registry is to create a research resource for folks who want to study causes of breast cancer and also outcomes for breast cancer survivors..>the registry information comes from questionnaires filled out by more than 6-thousand breast cancer survivors.the information.. which is kept confidential... is put into a computer --so they have a data bank --the participants are also given the option of providing other information such as blood and tissue cells,, for lab analysis by comparing these in women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer--< victorie straughn/ university of cincinnati for reseearch program 4:32: 35 we look for causes, i think a lot is
look for causes.>< tease is 4:43: 11/ 4:44: 30 is standup this information allows them then to study certain things related possibly to breast cancer,, we perhaps have never known before, but some of them i am guessing are in your environment,, in your air, in your water,and perhaps even in your cosmetics every day.>for example.. doctor susan phinney,, the director of the registry says many of us protect against the sun -- with sunscreen every day --< 4;29: 20 and we are looking especially at the effect of sunscreen on obesity.,, because some of the chemicals in sunscreen could be what we call obesigens.>and since there may be an associated risk between obesity and breast cancer this information,, allows women to learn more about what may ,,or may not contribute to breast cancer. michele wiener (why- nur) told me ,,gathering this information -- for her, is about giving back --< 4:35: 32 i was lucky enough also to have someone who was a survivor take me through the process , making it fun,
and going to arts, and just kind of getting my mind off of it, and i wanted to be there to help others.> 3 liz bonis reporting.the looking upstream education program is on saturday march fifth at u-c's reading campus. it's just 25 dollars and we have more details at local12-dot-com in the news section under health.there's also information if you would like to sign up for the registry. 3 now here's bob with a local 12
concerns wrote a book .. that he hopes will hit the big screen.but as local12's brad johansen explains, he says he won't sell out to do it.. and he's making a major impact. 3 you're in jr high, and some author sends you a brand new book manuscript on your ipad..and you get to tell him what you think about his new action adventure.. (i was excited why? because you get to read it before anyone else.. ohh so that's kinda cool)and making kids think it's kinda cool is brian wells plan for the league and the latern. but he's not your ty[pical author.unless you consider a p & g brand manager, to pastor.. to fighting child explotation in asia..to movie producer typical.(i've always seen a place i thought we needed to get to and if there was any ohter way than risk i would have but there 3 was just no way) wells has helped produce 15 made for tv movies.. including secrets of the mountain which was an nbc
what his family entertainment choices. so he made his own. (instead of railing against things you don't like it's best to criticize by creating. lets make something better and see if it connects with people. ) and if he sat down at the computer he could create something kids might love.(harry potter twilight hunger game divergent etc.. if we really want to play the long game in this we need to be developing content for middle school kids that's books and then we will control that content as we expand it out to other entertainment tools) the league and the lantern... abraham lincoln laced history.. action adventure with honor and heart. (if you were to rate the book.. 5 out of 5.. and you want 3 the next book.. can't wait for
this as a movie..entire thing) steven spielberg's company wants the company spielberg's company wants the rights, disney is interested as well. but book distributer like amazon take 55% off the top. wells is risking it all that there's a btter way.(so what i'm most passionate about is for every copy we sell, we're going to give a copy to a child that can't afford it ) controlling the release... everything is local from book design to animation. (most of my clients are in claifornia so it was to work with someone local and meet up and talk over what they're looking for) what he's looking for is a different model. (there's something about a kid being able hold there own copy of this hardcover, open , write their name in it put on shelf, that's what i'm mpost exfcte is for every one we sell we're going to give one to a kid
(04;39;32;38let me do this for you then.. gasp.. ooooo.. that's the book.) (00;25;40;36the day i am out somewhere and i see some kid reading my book, that will be it, that's success, yeah that will be it.:49) yeah, that would be kinda cool, 3 brad johansen reporting.you can check out brian's project on kickstarter.we have a link at local12-dot-com.hover over the news tab and look for get it now links. 3 time/temp ...it's shaping up to be a warm weekend in the tri-state ...so tell us what activity you're most looking forward to this spring ...plus ...an inspirational friendship ...a young girl is being honored for the special bond she shares with a unique pet ...ahead at five on good
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