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facing a murder charge as elise colter reports family and friends say the suspect felt like he should be getting some money from the church. >> an emotional scene moments after police say this man, 68-year-old daniel cooler, opened fire inside st. peters missionary baptist church killing his brother. witnesses describe what happened. >> this man walked in and sat down. we were singing and just got through with the morning prayer and the pastor walk back in his office. after this the man got up and walked to the back where pastor was. >> as we were singing maybe one verse, i noticed him go back to the pastor and next thing i heard, a boo, boom.
out of the church. >> reporter: state police say they believe this had something to do with the domestic dispute. >> there was not a person going around arbitrarily firing, shooting inside of churches. >> we dug deeper, in 2001 he was convicted with felonious assault with a deadly weapon and pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity but later that plea was withdrawn. he was sentenced to five years probation. in 2002 he was charged with kidnapping and felonious assault with a deadly weapon. he was convicted of the felonious assault charge and a kidnapping charge was dismissed. >> reporter: while police aren't talking about any possible moan, the pastor's congregation has their suspicions. >> he has threatened the pastor
had some kind of monetary responsibility to the the church. a church now touched by tragedy but standing by their faith. it doesn't hurt my faith. i know god will keep us strong and together. >> it has been a violent weekend. an army staff sergeant is working tonight. as brian webb reports, it was the first day on the job for the officer who was killed. >> reporter: bagpipes, candles and prayers were part of a memorial for officer ashley gwenden killed on her first day on parole with the prince william county police department in virginia. >> we will continue one step at a time in honor of ashley. it would discredit her memory and selfless service if we did anything but. >> reporter: three officers responded to a domestic dispute saturday night about 30 miles
police arrested 32-year-old ronald hamilton, an active duty army staff sergeant assigned to the pentagon. they say he shot and killed his wife, then opened fire on the officers. >> it was very scary. i heard the four to five shots back to back. >> reporter: yellow tape roped off the crime scene sunday. residents paid their respects at the hospital where the officers are recovering. >> how could this happen over something so stupid. it's so sad. >> reporter: gwende nsa six-year marine corps reservist was sworn in friday. this picture was posted to the department's twitter page welcoming her and another officer with the words "be safe." brian webb for cbs news. >> two other officers are expected to recover. the officer is the fourth officer killed in the department's history. the suspect is scheduled to be in court tomorrow. a young man is in critical condition after he was shot by
police say two officers were called to break up a fight and found a man hitting someone with a broomstick. the officers say the man then tried to attack one of them and that's when he was shot. last night's shooting touched off several hours of unrest in the rio grande district of the downtown area. officers put on riot gear. they blocked the streets as bystanders threw rocks and bottles. several people were arrested. the two officers are now on administrative leave which is standard procedure in officer-involved shootings. the local chapter of black lives matter held a rally and march today. it began across the street from western hills high school and ended nearby at the cincinnati police department's district headquarters. the group is protest what it calls the police-involved deaths of two african-american men called gaston and melvin murray junior. gaston was shot and killed early this month after he reached for a gun in his waste band.
murray died in a car crash back in september after police tried to stop him after they say he made an improper turn. a fire destroys a house in northern kentucky. crews were called to a home in campbell county. the house was engulfed this flames as firefighters arrived around 6:00 tonight. a man who made it outside was taken to the hospital. no word on his conditions. the area doesn't have any
who tried to help the son save his mom from their burning home. >> reporter: officials say a deputy was initially called out for' 911 hang-up on state route 25. but soon learned. >> it's gonna be a stretch. >> reporter: first responders learned both 61-year-old cynthia hunt childs and her husband 66-year-old carl were trapped inside. officials say the couple's son
out alive. >> the very early-morning hours are even worse. >> reporter: in adams county, megan moore, local 12 news. >> first responders say the family told them there were no smoke detectors in the home. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. a windy evening has continued. the rainshowers are arriving, so with all that, could it impact the morning commute? scott joins us now with no wait weather. >> we have showers moving through the ohio valley now. can't rule out some thunderstorms in the overnight but the trend here shows showers early in the overnight, few if any showers remaining for the remain good morning during good morning cincinnati. we'll rise back up to the 40s tomorrow morning with no rain especially after 8:00 or 9:00 in the morning. sunshine will be the filtered early tomorrow but we'll get more sun as we get into the afternoon. clusters are rain showing up on
including the eastern edge of the 275 loop. the clusters of rain are moving to the east at live to 40 miles per hour. more clusters of rain extend up into warren, down to brown, sections of highman and clermont county and showers quickly moving away from dry ridge and falmouth. a bigger area of precipitation over indiana is moving our way. 59, the current temperature at the international airport. another check of radar, more on rain late tuesday, and some thunderstorms in the mix, plus snow chances later this week in 10 minutes. paula. >> all right, thank you, scott. high school basketball play-offs are under way across ohio but the west union high school gym in adams county was at capacity for a different kind of game today. brad underwood joyce us with a story you'll see only on local 12 news. the venture hawks, they're not widely known outside adams county even though they did play a game in cincinnati last night but their opponents today traded in their badges for basketball
adams county sheriff kimmie rogers threw out the challenge to the venture hawks and the game lived up to the hype [ applause ] >> reporter: the start of a new rivalry in adams county and only took a couple seconds for duncan darryl groom to make a steal and his first basket. >> it's great. we've had great turn-out. our community supports our people with disabilities. we're having fun. >> reporter: venture productions is a nonprofit that provides employment for individuals with disabilities. but they can also play some ball. this is the team's sixth game of the year. >> they love all the support. the people showing all the support for them is wonderful. and we get a lot of that. our community supports us a lot. >> and that sense of community
just hours before the game, cynthia and carl died in a house fire. three of the deputies playing for the adams county sheriffs team were at the fire trying to save the couple. >> i got off work at 7:00 this morning and they're out here donating their time for the community. a great bunch of young officers and there's not a greater group of people in adams county than the venture hawks. >> reporter: the gym is at near capacity and for those who couldn't make it the call was on the radio. led by duncan darryl's 48 points, the hawks crushed the eagles 70-53. and with the loss, sheriff kenny rogers made good on his promise, a pie to the face brad underwood, local 12 news. >> all the money raised at the game today will go to help the special olympics. to learn more about venture productions and follow the eagles during the rest of the season, we have a link at
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shows trump and clinton leading in key states ahead of super tuesday. >> reporter: republican frontrunner donald trump campaigned in alabama sunday afternoon. earlier he refused to denounce an endorsement for former kkk leader david duke. >> i'm not talking about the ku klux klan here. honestly i don't know david duke. i'm pretty sure i didn't meet him and don't know anything about him. >> other republican candidates slammed trump for not condemning the support. >> there is no place in the conservative movement for david duke, the ku klux klan. >> we don't have anyplace for white supremacists in the united states of america. >> reporter: with more than 1500 delegates up for grabs tuesday the candidates are hitting key states in the south. while courting voters in arkansas and tennessee today, hillary clinton also attacked trump.
never stopped being great. our task is to make america whole. >> reporter: a new tracker poll shows clinton is ahead of bernie sanders in georgia, virginia and texas. sanders admits he's got work to do after losing south carolina's democratic primary. >> with did really, really badly with older african-american voters. we got decimated. >> reporter: trump is ahead in georgia and virginia but trails cruz in his home state of texas. 155 delegates are at stake there. new york. >> certainly have it all covered for you tuesday night. this is bad timing for people driving south for spring break. road troubles, a rock slide has shut down i-75 in both direction in connection northern tennessee about 30 miles from the kentucky stateline. the tennessee department of transportation says the weeks. that's so workers can clean up
to make sure it's safe. drivers should find an alternate route. tucker's restaurant in over the rind has announced it will re-open for business in july a year after it closed due to a bad kitchen fire. to get ready the owners held a brunch fundraiser earlier today at nearby st. francis school. a big crowd came out to show support. the owners joe and carla have partnered with other businesses in their bid to re-open. tucker's has been in business since 1946. is the. >> a good day to get outside today, despite the wind. >> and the the wind still with us. but now we have clouds and showers. let me take you straight to precision doppler 12 hd. can't rule out some thunderstorms overnight but not likely. the concern will be for gusty winds and pockets of moderate rain. a distinct line of rain. showers in the tristate,
edge of the 275 loop these are on the move to the east at live to 40 miles per hour. rain over cincinnati no more than a few minutes ago is moving into brown county clinton, this is rain that starts and stops. also south of hillsborough and up close to greenfield, some showers roll through falmouth and also grant county recently. but this is the big round of rain that will sweep through
no recent cloud-to-ground lightning strikes. main concern is going to be for gusty winds but no severe winds. also some heavy rain in the mix, as well. few showers will be around early tomorrow morning at the bus stop. long gone for the ride home. up to 52 degrees. not the 66 that we had today but warmer than average. let's head to covington on the eastern medical center weather cam, 60 the temperature there. no rain in the bucket there, but some headed up to at least wet the pavement. so gradual clearing is forecast for tomorrow, rain and isolated thunderstorms return late tuesday. temperature now 59. that's at the top of the hour, light rain at the cincinnati northern kentucky international airport. down to 49. peoria is down close to 40 and i suspect we'll be close to 40 degrees early tomorrow morning. several bands of rain and showers are marching through the ohio valley now. this after a day of sun. so there will be rain early in
times, perhaps heavier than what was depicted here on the forecast model. by the start of good morning cincinnati, 4:25 in the morning, showers few and far in between and then we get local clearing. we get in the afternoon and break out into sun, maybe filtered or mixing with cumulous clouds, but at least some sun will come back late in the day. we'll trade a temperature of 51 at 1:00 in the the morning for a temp at 43 at 4:00 a.m. we're down to 40 for the midway point of good morning, cincinnati. tomorrow 42. the forecast temperature at 9. up to 52 by 4:00 in the afternoon. planning forecast shows the next two days will be warmer than average and then cold air returns. we march into the any month. rain and isolated thunderstorms late tuesday. some flurries early wednesday. a mix of rain and snowshowers thursday. that's the best chance for any accumulation but even that looks relatively like a low bat at this point given the
and 35 much of the day. and it's okay to start thinking about next weekend because we start to warm back up, back into the upper 40s, lower 50s saturday and sunday. don't forget the planning forecast will be updated on good morning, cincinnati. just updated the forecast at local12.com and fresh forecast always on the weather authority app. >> all right, hoped on to your hats. nothing seemed to go right at
we'll have the xavier on the road today in what some are calling the biggest regular season win over villanova. always the worry of a let-down game after those type of wins but is it a let-down if the senior playing is a pretty solid team? i guess that fence. but what was a let-down was not reflected of their capability. seton hall, a 9-0 run to start the game. xavier with 12 turnovers today. could have cut that in half avoiding passes like this. . >> chris mack not too happy for obvious reasons. 62-36. and you know what your team says when you're making these. hey, that was pretty easy. xavier shoots 39%, we're out-rebounded in baseball, 90-81.
you want to know what did this week do for xavier and the ncaa tournament expectation as soon as did it raise them, lower them or did the expectations stay the same? head over to our local 12 facebook page to vote. we'll have the results on sports authority. today more nfl draft prospects trying to leave a lasting impression at the combine. day 1 feature adalineman and running back. day 2 was quarterback's receiver and tighteneds. today linebackers and defensive linemen took the field. former osu defensive line man and washington having a lot to prove after being suspended for the buckeyes' bull game. joey bosa was among the d linemen but he wasn't surprised and linebacker also taking part in today's drill. while combine performance certainly means something, marvin louis reiterates they have a game plan long before the showing.
move not much of the tristate getting rain right now about but we will. >> that's gonna change. that band of rain to the east of indianapolis to the west of cincinnati is moving to the east. maybe some occasional cloud-to-ground lightning. maybe some gusty winds but showers not expected. the sports authority is next. >> reds, nascar, college hoops