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he's still a threat. >> he chased the shooter moms after the boy open fire on the classmate. the deputy talks exclusively, about the chilling moments. good evening, everyone. one week ago today, one was on lock-down after a shooter was struck. >> the school resource officer, who got the young gunman talked with our rich jaffe. rich. >> besides being a deputy for 30 years and now an sro, kent hall has been in the madison township, for 35 years. regardless of how much he's seen, done or trained for. he told me today, the shooting of the school, was one of the things people believed but can't happen here. . >> happened so fast.
>> you get to the cafeteria, have kids on the ground. >> butler county deputy, kent hal walked off the cafeteria, when 14-year-old, austin hancock allegedly opened fire on his . >> door is open. entered the castia. seen several kids lying on the ground and at that point, you know, the minister, knew he was coming. i had to make a decision, you know, jug the kids. look out the right-hand side. look at the door. see the kid spreading. >> paul followed his active shooter training. >> the direction he would be travelling. parked my car, ran into the area. made myself known. sure enough, he laid down.
>> and they should learn, should train and plan for the worst. this one here, you know, the worst possible incident, could ever occur here at school. we had the best possible outcome. >> that outcome, two students with gunshot wounds, which they'll survive. two others sustained minor injuries. and also was glad he wasn't confronted with a 14-year-old with a gun. . >> did you get lucky you didn't have to make the decision. >> he's no hero. just doing the job he gets paid to do. >> should see the principals, going to the kids. they didn't have to, you know. >> that's what impressed me. >> and kent hall was being modest.
mentioned. he's also the fire chief. his wife is an emt and she was working on the injured students. he spoke to the daughter, later that night. thomas is a township trusty. he was also on site wanting to make sure his dad and the students made it out of there okay. . >> this man was set on serious decisions in his life. >> he was a deputy on butler county for 30 years. he was with the fire department for more than that >> and you covered him before, i think for trina, you went with him him. >> katrina part of this, he was the team leader for a unit of butler county deputies that went
we had the pleasure, going along with that. it was quite an experience and quite a pro. >> fascinating story. thanks, rich. >> austin hancock is charged with a number of felonies. legal be back in court, april 5th. >> not the first time kent hall was confronted in active shooting situations. >> robert morris shot the deputy, with a shotgun, below his protective vest. kent hall was the deputy in the shooting scene. he had to -- taking quickly to arrest. and judge sentenced the shooters to a combined 132 yoorgs in prison.
encouraging news about a baby fighting to survive. . >> today, his relatives tell us, they removed the ventilator tube and is breathing on his own. neil royo slammed and slapped. and royo, is charged with felonious assault and kidnapping. $1 million dollars, with a man charged with killing a middletown mom. including aggravated murder and endangering children. last month, the neighborhood found brittany russel shot to death in her car in a dayton apartment complex. . >> it was a shocking crime. four young people charged in a downtown beating are headed to prison. they pleaded guilty to assault
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someplace else. >> they share 98 percent of the dna. and chimps and gorillas are our close relatives. >> understand ourselves from working with a great agent. >> and he spent more than 30 years working with the animals. >> they care for their offspring. they live in tight knit family groups. it's really the primary way they have to be successful. >> like us, new moms gets special treatment. >> when they have a baby, their status in the group, instantly goes up. everybody is very respectful of a new mom. >> dads are tough but popular with their kids. >> as soon as they get off mom, they will start following next to dad. >> completely helpless babies grow up learning the language and new ways to get along. >> novo babies took a little time to get up. it took a little problem, before having bo stand next to him.
for children could make success for apes. sometimes success in the human society just goes wrong. >> sometimes moms don't get it and don't care of their babies. >> that's when surrogates are invaluable. >> you could tell how that might be soothing. >> learning ait vocalization, help ron serve as surrogates until they are adopted into the group. >> you want to make sure they are happy. you want to make sure you are providing everything for them. >> instability in kids could mean hard times later in life. >> put yourself in their position so you could once again, proactively address any issues before they become issues. >> like us, apes fight, too. chimps wage wars. keeping the peace. >> they hug a lot more. >> if there's one big lesson parents could learn from animal
one. >> we like to take short cuts and tell our kids what to do or tell us, as opposed to modeling the behavior like the apes do. >> if we model the behavior, we want to see, we may be lucky enough to have our little monkeys do as we do. sheila gray, local 12 news >> i'm sorry, but that little bonobo is the cutest thing i've ever seen. apes are endangered. if you want to find out more information about conservation efforts, go to local12.com. >> what kind of weather will the apes be hanging on lately. >> tomorrow, we'll be around 70 degrees. this will be prime time to go around for lunch. and after wednesday, afternoon, you will need the umbrella handy for quite some time. this is mount storm park.
as well, as no jacket weather. look at the guy. enjoying, enjoying the mild weather. temperatures will range anywhere from 13-22 degrees above the norm. the norm is about 50 degrees this time of year. we will be able to get, fur babies out and about. temperatures around 70 by the afternoon at this time. right now, looking live from the atrium weather camera. we'll continue to have a mild evening. alexandria, 63. 61 in batavia. 60 for hillsborough as well as west union. the mild weather lasts for quite some time even into next week. we're looking at mild temperatures. we're around 70 tomorrow. staying around the 70 degree mark, wednesday into thursday. we're still in the upper 60s to mid 60s. by the time we get to the weekend.
times and will need the umbrella as we get towards wednesday afternoon and evening. we'll track a few chances of a few showers. right now, we're dry, live precision doppler radar, we remain dry tonight. temperatures will fall through the 50s. we'll bottom around 49 degrees by tomorrow morning. we have plenty of clouds around and off to the west, that's what we will be focused on throughout the late portions of the workweek. this is where the moisture is coming from. meantime, we'll be under the influence of a southerly southwesterly breeze around 7 miles an hour. this wind is going to help warm up the air mass and bring in warm moisture especially by the time we hit late week. and we'll see probably more clouds than clearing. we'll see partial clearing late, as temperatures fall around 55. and overnight, we fall down to 49 and 50. this is going to be a really mild night. more i expect a little sunshine
tomorrow, we start off at 50 degrees by 7:00. degrees. i have better news for you. 28 days against the home opener against the phillies. i think it's a 4-10 game. spring is around the corner. we'll continue to much what spring-like temperatures. we'll be around 70 for the next few days. 70 on thursday. a couple of spotty showers late on the day on wednesday. thursday, we're looking at scattered activity. friday, we continue to need the umbrella. even to saturday and sunday, it looks better for the weekend. heart many, will deal with a little bit of rain, temperatures start off in the 50s for the 5k. still a little bit wet at times. >> 60s and 70s, we're not complaining.
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>> temperatures in the 60s for a lot of us. falling in the 50s and bottoming out around 49 tomorrow morning. tomorrow is your last full dry day because we're looking at spotty showers later on wednesday. 60s and 70s. can't complain about that. >> how many days until the reds's opening day. >> reds are ready. >> split squad between the angels. 15 hits and 8 runs. >> they'll be ready.
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