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you- she understands that our country can't reach it's potential... unless we all do. together. a stronger country. >> good afternoon, everyone. paula is back and the rain is back. >> i know. you're a little upset that i took off the nicest day of the week and tweeting i'm having fun. >> the question, how much longer you will be able to be outdoors.
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>> especially in the interstate of 271. can't rule out the pockets of heavy rain not only tonight but all the way tomorrow. and notice in doppler hd, mainly light to moderate rain. and there are heavier rainfall rates near norwood. rain is relatively scattered towards lynchburg, williamsburg. everything we have is moving to the northeast at 35 to 40 miles an hour. plenty of light rain from brookville to versailles, close to rising sun. heaviest is the southwest of 75 split, in galveston county. northern part of owen county. all of the clusters of rain is moving to the northeast with time. if you are seeing light rain now, you may see moderate to heavy rain between now and 6:00 tonight.
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no concern really for lightning, pockets of heavy rain, the concern this evening. pockets of widespread rain especially to the northwest of 71. temperatures drop down to 60 degrees by midnight. perhaps we rise a degree or two during good morning. cincinnati. 62, the temperature at the national airport. in addition to the check of precision doppler hd. we'll take you to the hour-by-hour forecast. talk about where the best chance of rain is tomorrow. we have a lot to talk about. another check in 10 minutes. >> scott, in news today, westchester teen will spend six years. >> and face as lifetime driving ban, af causing the drunk driving crash that killed his
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>> paula, it was emotional and a bit tense as well. lacy expressed remorse on causing the death of his friend, mike valentine. he called him his best friend but the victim's parents paint add different picture. >> and he pleaded aggravated homicide to the death. and prosecutors say he was intoxicated when he drove his car the day after christmas. the courtroom was packed with family of both lacy and valentine as well as classmates of both teens. and before the judge handed down the punishment, lacy apologized to the valentine family. >> i've been in jail for about two months. i didn't think of what could have happened. he was not just a best friend of me.
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when i've fallen asleep i'm haunted of nightmares of the night. >> and both justin lacy and his mother described valentine as justin's best friend. however, tristin had been banned. tristin was banned from the home because they say tristin was a bad influence upon both of her sons. up next on local 12 news, we will hear their emotions in court. homicide detectives identified a man. officers found the body of givens in the backyard of the home. they say he didn't have any connection to the home but neighbors recognized him as someone who is known in the area. police aren't saying if they have any suspects or mentioned a possible motive.
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and officers stopped the suspect on the southbound side of the highway near kyles lane around 11:45 a.m. police say the heritage bank was robbed about 20 minutes earlier. detectives say a man raped a 6-year-old child. he's charged with rape and sod domi. he admitted he sexually assaulted the child two dirn times in his home in southern pine lane near florence. if convicted, he could face 20 years to life in prison. sad news today in south gate. a firefighter, emt forthe community's volunteer fire department, has lost her battle with cancer. local 12 angle ela ingram brought us the story last night. she was battling cancer. she underwent chemo therapy. and monica had been with the department for 20 years.
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on the bengals roster. the nfl free agency, up today. espn is reporting, that receiver marvin jones plans to sign with the detroit lions. and quarterback adam jones is another bengal. and nfl.com is reporting, bengels manage to secure one of their agent. the team has signed a deal to keep safety george iloca, five years. and plenty of teams shown plenty of interest on him. we will have more and new information as it becomes continues. rally for hope takes to the streets on the west side.
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>> students, teachers and parents will continue to move forward from last week's school shooting. two are recovering after being shot last monday. district administrators begin a series of forums to determine
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the goal is to make students feel safe and parents feel comfortable about their students going to school. the safety, security, support will be discussed in the meetings. that includes the possibility of adding more resource officers. the first meeting for parents, of students at the high school. it will start at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium. a rally to support the rights of immigrants will take place saturday afternoon from 1:00 to 3:00 in the west side. the intercommunity justice center will team up with a number of organization, including the catholic society, and group black line cincinnati. participants will meet at the holy family church, down warsaw to grand avenue. two districts are coming. and mexican grill opened on
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restaurant recognizes the site where the bayou fish, and next to the coffee shop. >> working up a sweat. overtraining could also lead to burnout. >> they say it could happen. >> fail to experience that part. >> and mary anne maloney, why it's equally important to give your body enough time to recover. >> whether you're ready to shed a few pounds workout recovery is incorporating. and you're always sore. feeling some muscle soreness following a workout is pretty normal. but not if you exercise regularly. give your muscles one to two day recovery.
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stress produces a hormone called cortisol. you're dehydrated, why we know staying hydrated during workouts is important, it's also critical to start out that way. a little r&r between workout routines could go a long way. for today's health minute, i'm mary maloney. first at 4:00, paying respects for first lady, nancy reagan. >> rain is moving to the tri-state. right now on precision doppler hd. we have general light rain in
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we have heav >> welcome back at 4:15. some breaking news. this is i-71, north on the lane. only traffic moving in the right hand lane. it's moving clearly on the south. they are working to clear that accident. we will continue to keep you updated on that as well. we've got more breaking news as well. xavier coach chris mack has been named the basketball writers henry rival award
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xavier basketball is number 5 in the country. again, chris mack, coach of the year for the musketeers. former first lady nancy reagan lies repose tomorrow ahead for her funeral on friday. she will be laid to rest next to her husband former president ronald reagan. former first lady, michelle obama is scheduled to attend. she died of congenial heart -- congestive heart failure. martin is known for signing the beatles and went on to arrange nearly all of their songs. martin went on to produce more
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1997, candle in the wind, honoring princess diana. several buildings were destroyed after a massive explosion. the early morning blast injured nine firefighters. they are expected to be okay. they are on the scene responding to a natural gas leak. the explosion destroyed a grocery store, coffee shop, restaurant and several other businesses, all expected to be okay. such a massive explosion. >> and we're at the just the beginning of it, aren't we. we're going to have some wet stuff coming out of the sky for a while. >> i have a hunch this accident, 71-75 is weather related. roads are wet. it's without a doubt, going to be a wet afternoon. visibility down to 3 miles at the international airport. it's enough to cause accidents. please use caution as we usually say when we have precipitation in the area. no snow. way too warm for that.
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afternoon. notice on precision doppler hd, mainly light rain showing up in the shows of blue. including now in the southern part of boon. and we put the radar in motion, you could see the individual clusters of rain moving from the southwest to the northeast at 35-40 miles an hour. most of what we have here in and around the 275 loop is light rain. there's heavier rainfall rates close to morrow. and also down close to independent. near the 71-75 split. and boon, are likely to move to hamilton, claremont and butler and warren county. much of the rain is a light rain. roads will be wet, northern kentucky, south eastern indiana late in the afternoon and this evening. plenty of rain, generally light.
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individual clusters of rain are moving to the northeast at 35-40 miles an hour. that's heavier bursts of rain near walton and barona. back around 71. if you have family and friends that will be travelling, you could let them know, roads will be wet and the visibility will drop because there's burst of heavier rain. it may be a good idea, especially some people who are in the area. just give them a head's up. roads will be wet and there are plenty of rain late in the afternoon and this evening. visibilities reduced some. so far, 200th an inch of rain. that little rain is enough to wet the roads. visibility down quite a bit in covington. but not overly so. this is not going to be rain that drops visibility down quarter to half a mile. we have more rain anticipated on thursday. rain and storms are relatively
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more widespread on sunday. air quality index, moderate. pollen count moderate at last check. mold count continues to be low. dew point 55 in cincinnati. we're adding low level moisture in the air. we're taking the temperature down. we're very close to where we are going to be for much of the evening and overnight. upper 50s and lower 60s. i don't see the temperature changing all that much in the next few hours. that's rogge showers, especially north, northwest earlier today. the lifting mechanism, the front in the tri-state is picking up steam. as a result, all the rain is going to move in the northeast in the next several hours. the train of rain extends all the way to the mississippi into the arctic text. plan for widespread, light to moderate rain this evening. widespread, light to moderate rain tomorrow. perhaps the heaviest rainfall rates, the latest guidance holds through, will be in the afternoon.
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the area of low pressure comes through. for the entire event, which is now beginning or has already begun and will continue through tomorrow night, we're expecting one to two inches of rain. clouds decrease late in the week and then clouds return with showers and storms, on saturday and sunday. rain could be heavy at times through thursday. we're expecting one to two inches of rain in total for the entire event right now through tomorrow night. roads will be wet. visibility will be low. nearly steady this evening with temperatures around 60 degrees. lunch time. then we're down to 60. that's the result of the intensity and the coverage of rain picking up in the afternoon. 74, reasonably small chance of rain on wednesday. it's just seven days away. we'll have to deal with rain and thunderstorms before we can get
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another check on radar, coming in 15 minutes. >> thanks. how to feel if your local cemetery filled up with out of towners. >> first at 4:00. >> something you could do to get familiar with the environment.
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. >> pediatric st. joseph, switch classes. and so the patients gets hands on experience using the tools to treat them. broken bones, sore throats, you name it. they treat it all. >> it's like a dream come true for her. it's really wonderful. it gives the children the opportunity to get more, in touch with doctors. it's a really nice bond for them and the hospital team. >> organizers say mixing a whole lot of tlc with a little make believe usually makes a good impact. >> we have a dying dilemma on their hands with a small town. >> there are concerns, they may run out of room. why people from other cities are actually snapping up burial plots >> it's literally a grave concern.
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>> residents from surrounding cities like lake whales, keeps snapping up burial spots. >> there won't be enough room for people across, should be buried over there. >> the proverbial plot sickened recently, when people living in surrounding areas, figured out, dying was a lot cheaper. and burial plot and marker in silver hill, $500. in wake hills memorial, it's $1400. >> we've had one person 20 buy 10. >> 10, which is why mayor rogers, unanimously passed a moratorium monday, temporarily banning anyone outside the zip code from purchasing a plot here. >> until we can look at the situation, look and understand where we are. >> options may include closing it off or making it expensive
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>> if you are sewing it at one price, you don't make it up for one guy. >> that's like a lakewood problem, not ours. >> we want to care for our neighbors. the first responsibility, is to proof. >> and wonder if that's happened to anyone else. >> that can't be the first time it happens. >> senator brown weighs in on social security. >> democratic presidential
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>> talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, tatalk, scream. only one guy's done more than talk.k. kasich. he'll do for a fmerica what he's doneor us. create jobs.undred t ho us four hand jobsere in ohio. h brought 'em bahick from mexico and cna. turned our deficit into a surplus. more jobs? an america that works? let's loan 'em john kasich. new day for america is reonhisis blade for the content
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. >> debate gets under way at miami-dade college at 9:00 tonight. when the candidates face-off, they will try to sway voters in the critical swing state. >> round eight of the debates is almost here with the showing, hillary clinton beating bernie sanders, 62 % to 32 percent in florida.
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candidates have a strong showing. . >> support, because we want to have a clear perspective, when things will continue once president obama is out of office. >> and the candidates are expected to debate immigration and entitlements. and the march 15th primary as 246 delegates at stake. >> bernie sanders has to change the dynamics of the race. i think they will throw every hail mary he's got >> and introduce us to a florida audience. >> and after a stunning upset. the vermont senator unexpectedly beat clinton in the primary. >> the primaries lay a foundation of what it will be
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>> and miami, with presidential candidate, ted cruz. former g.o.p. president, carly fee -- fiorina. >> and former president bill clinton is here in ohio for his wife's presidential effort. clinton stopped by his wife's office today and warned of a g.o.p. front-runner. >> and the former president now heads todayton for an evening fund-raiser. >> one of the early endorsers, ohio senator, sharon brown joins me for connect to congress. i asked what went wrong. there's one thing he likes about clinton and donald trump. >> and people are understandably upset on so much what has
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particularly working class voters have gone for more than a decade without a raise in so many cases. people are upset about tray policy. the good news, two leading candidates of both party oppose the partnership. it means the federal government will go in a different direction on trade. how the government could help save and plan for retirement. and he says if hillary clinton becomes president, she will continue to oppose efforts to privatize social security. and work to help reflect on things like health care. brown would like the cap raised on social >>nd a the burden of social security, at thats, form much more by middle class and moderate and lower income
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biggest earners in the country. i don't want to penalize wealth. i'm saying, if we are going to have the solid security system we should, those who could pay a little more should. and should be saddling more burden on working classworkers that are making 20-30, 40 thousand a year. >> do you think that has to happen to make it solvent? if someone, say in your 40s, hard to have a financial plan. most people think, it's widled worthless. how do we prevent that >> the reason why social security won't be there, they think is wall street. and social security will be there. >> and many financial planners also agree, social security will be there in some form for all of
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as for the cap on social security, that's not popular on many republicans. few weeks ago, senator says that's a redistribution of wealth. and you could see others at local12.com. what's our evening look like? let's go to scott dimmich. >> precision doppler hd, right off the bat. this is light to moderate rain, inside the 275 loop and surrounding the 275 loop. one exception, cold spring, heavier rainfall rates, moving to the northeast. this will affect anderson township and areas in the eastern edge of the 275 loop, loveland, and continuing to mainville and morrow. basically rolling the eastern edge of the 275 and continuing to warren and clinton county.
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light to moderate rain. it's led to some fender-benders, including one we showed you earlier, first at 4:00, 71-75, near kyles. this is a light rain from connorsville, back down to ripley, dearborn and ohio county. moment ago, you saw soaking rain from hamilton to the southwest of wilmington. individual clusters of rain are moving to the northeast at 25-30 miles an hour. some are moving as fast as 35-40 miles an hour. visibility down on tower cam hd. temperatures don't really change that much. same goes. widespread forecast this evening and overnight. heavier rainfall rates pick back up. notice the train of rain, extends all the way down to the western part of the tennessee valley.
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we will stay in the rain for now. sharp temperature contrast in the tri-state. seeman, east at 68. international unit down to 62. it's 59 in liberty. coming up, we're expecting 1-2 inches of rain from right now through tomorrow night. there's more rain and more thunderstorms coming over the weekend. then we have a spike in warmth. will rain interrupt your outdoor plans this weekend? we'll focus on that, coming in 10 minutes. >> research at the uc cancer institute. giving local moms some new hope. >> she shares her story with liz bonis, who joins us with the living longer report. liz. >> this mother is passionate about finding a cure for head and neck cancer. f
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cincinnati made a discovery. >> she's an advocate for head and neck research. >> my oldest son died of neck cancer in 2012. >> brandon was 35, when he died. he left behind a wife and daughter and a family who left a research for how brandon died. >> and karen got a special list. he discovered a gene that causes cancer called deck. it may help doctors learn a little more on how the body could find it off. it may help them target therapies for and against hpv or human papillomavirus. >> and high, and positive cancer, which is a huge risk factor for head and neck cancer. it was lower.
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research, however, is something very unique, but getting more common in cancer therapy. it's about using the body's own research system. in other words, boosting your immunity to fight back. >> we're asking, could we dissect it out in the head and neck patients. could we manipulate that clinically. >> brandon's family says, more than anything, it will lead to new break throughs in beating, head and neck cancer. >> i feel we don't want any other family to go through the horror. when brandon's name is thought of in the future, it's going to be with cure. >> we hope so. >> brandon's family has several events for the year. we have a link if you want to find out more. go to local12.com. it's a tough cancer.
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not that, any other is better. you could, wear something to cover other parts of the body and it's noticeable. >> applaud them. we're back at 5:30. some more with heart disease. >> explores the bare bones hostile market. >> sick employees, prompt a chipotle to close its doors. >> we're keeping a close eye on this is a letter from someone who's here. she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early
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approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped.
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. >> chipotle shut down, after four workers called in sick. it's part of chipotle's new guidelines. and cleanup crews arrived and health inspectors have been there today.
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tire for self-driving cars. concept 350, is the shape of a sphere, that will connect to the car using magnetic limitation. it will allow the car to move sideways into a parking spot instead of parallel parking. that would change my life. stocks closing slightly higher. prices for crude oil and natural gas rose. dow jones industrial climbed 36 points. nasdaq rose 25. hilton could be getting into the hospital business. the rooms would be bare bones, no chairs, desks or fridges. they would cost less.
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>> a top isis leader may be killed in a top airstrike. he's the terror groups minister
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there was a $5 reward for his head from the u.s. state department. >> u.s. has capture add key expert. and this is the first known major success of washington's more aggressive policy, pursuing isis leaders on the ground in iraq. iran reportedly fired two ballistic missiles, with two may have been wiped out. and this is the second launch in just two days. when it comes to natural resource, illicit behavior won't stop so they are shutting down a nude beach. the south county's unofficial hang out. officials say the nudity is not
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>> people have always been friendly. i have not felt uncomfortable. >> we're talking about illegal drug use and public sexual activity in the beach. >> they plan to add new trails, picnic area and you could drop off, dnr workers, aren't sure if they will include space for the nudist. >> i want to wear as much as we can. >> cammy durkin joins us now. >> ohio has an important statewide primary on tuesday. this is overshadowed by the presidential race but there is a heated democratic battle for the u.s. senate nominations. jeff hirsh says it's a fight between the up and comer in the tri-state and season veteran. >> we're investigating, in
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each of them thought they were signing a deal to rent a townhouse. they were all actually putting down deposits on the same unit, over and over again. ahead at 5:30, rich jaffe has the story you will only see on local 12 news. >> hard line by gay rights organizations. fort thomas researchers wrote a bill on same-sex marriages. and coming at 6:00, joe webb will show us how the leaders in the city of covington is pushing back. i'll be back with rob braun with more. >> and take a look at the traffic. told you this on i-71, and they have moved the traffic. traffic is moving in all lanes southbound. that is good news. we may have more issues. as we approach 450, wet on the
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actually, 71-75, cut-in-hill. volume of traffic. and this is 71 at montgomery road at kenwood. vol volume of traffic. and that won't be the case with hundreds and thousands of people getting let out of work momentarily. plenty of rain showing up. within the last 15 minutes, we won't see the brighter echoes. spots where we have moderate to at times moderate rain.
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blanchester, wilmington, 71, 75. same thing for boone, canton. and if you're not seeing rain there, you will momentarily. all the clusters of rain, we're tracking, is moving to the hour. heavier rates, grant county, near crittondon. the cluster of rain will move to canton, campbell and if it holds together, in the southeast part of campbell county. from fayette to ohio county. all the way to the evening, overnight and during the day tomorrow. at times, it will be let up. the heaviest rain for the event as a whole will come tomorrow afternoon.
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inches. perhaps slightly higher totals north and west of interstate 71. 61 in oxford. probably feel the low pressure moisture in the air. and it's come up in the 40s and 50s. almost to 60, which is humid. 62 now and lawrenceburg. milford, is 66. lynwood is 67. thalmus is 68. indianapolis, is 10 degrees colder. and there's a stalled out front. sharp temperature contrast and it's sharper than it was earlier. it means the front is strengthening. the amount of lift is developing. and it's not just here in the next couple of hours. look at the rain in the state of
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eastern part of texas. some stronger storms there. here at home, we are not concern of thunderstorms. we're concerned of intermittent pockets. rainfall rates will pick back up. this model does a great job with the timing and strength of rain. 8:00 tonight, and heaviest rain, north, northwest of cincinnati. especially areas, south, southeast of cincinnati, later tonight. still have plenty of light rain in the tri-state, but it may let up some later on tonight and early tomorrow. more showers starts to develop during good morning. cincinnati. the coverage and intensity picks up. look at the rain coming through tomorrow afternoon. this event winds down tomorrow night. it's one to two inches of rain for the whole event that will
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to an end around midnight on friday. temperatures don't change that much this evening. light rain, widespread, especially areas north, northwest to cincinnati. intensity of rain picks up tomorrow. we hit a midday hit. and we're down at 60 in the afternoon. in the back end of the forecast, scattered rain and storms saturday. showers and scattered thunderstorms on sunday. active week ahead. you expect it when you have temperatures in the 60s and 70s. overnight lows in the 50s. next check on precision doppler hd, local 12, 5:15, 5:45. local12.com. weather authority app has everything you need. you track the rain with us. >> knock, knock. >> who is there? >> you took it. who have?
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to have millions of good jobs lost. communities devastated. the jobs moved overseas. only one candidate for president has consistently fought trade deals that ship ohio jobs overseas. bernie sanders. sanders opposed the disastrous nafta trade deal. opposed special trade status with china. now he's opposing the trans-pacific trade deal. while others waffle, bernie is fighting hundreds of thousands of new job losses. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
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>> man trying to get inside his home in the middle of the night. >> that files a lawsuit, mark kelly shares the bizarre turn of events. >> that is my biggest issue. our judicial system allows the people to have a right to sue.
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believe an intruder, chose him for negligent use of a handgun. >> had no choice. >> march 24th, 2012, family was spending the night with the parents. 5:50 in the morning, noise woke joe up. >> i heard clicking, rattling with the door handle. i woke up my father. i told him someone was trying to break over the house. where is your gun. >> the intruder didn't stop in the front door. he jumped the fence. he made his way in the back of the house and through the side door and into the garage, left unlocked. >> this guy is now in my house. >> in the dark house, joe came face-to-face with his 6 '4" intruder and shot three shots. >> shot hit him here >> the plaintiff said he was intoxicated and thought he was
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>> there was no knocking. there was no announcement. there was nothing. >> months after the incident, there was the civil suit. but with mounting legal fees, you launched a -- once and for all, paying off his debt and putting that horrific night. >> this guy put a huge burden on my shoulders. >> >>. >> here's rob and cammy with local 12 news, live at 5:00. >> a neighborhood, with two shootings. hear from one of the men managed with the bullet. >> who will be staying in town. free agency is changing the bengals roster. >> different styles, different positions. they are fighting for the same job. inside the democrat's battle for
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this is local 12 news, live at 5:00. 5:00. gre skies have been around for most of the day. >> yes, bit cloudy, too. some areas in the tri-state has seen some showers. erica, and our way. seen. and peebles and west union, included in that as well. we're tracking widespread light to moderate rain, covering places like claremont county. and we're lowering visibilities to 3 miles or so at the airport. lebanon, having moderate rain. that's moving northeast. unfortunately, going to be continue to be in the areas. hamilton through wilmington, seeing light to moderate rain. franklin and ripley county,

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