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fer >> rob: good evening everybody we start with breaking news tonight in butler county at least two people have been shot at a home on spring crest drive. we do have a crew on the way. we will bring more information to you. i think frankly the republican establishment should embrace what's happening. >> rob: donald trump on the debate stage tonight as ohio primary aroaches on tuesday. >> another big story tonight is on the debate stage where the republican candidates are being
tonight's gathering was for less less. >> you have to be in the air and you have to be and the ground need. it has been shock and awe in the military speak. once it agains done we come home and let the regional powers redraw the maps. >> we really have no choice, we have to knock out isis. then we have to come back here and rebuild our country. how many i would listen to the generals. >> as the candidates sparred in
for visits by trump and kasich. >> winning ohio is so pour. >> reporter: donald trump has a lot of supporters but also a lot of critics. >> we are speaking out against what we see is the racist candidate, sexist candidate >> reporter: his trump protest page has 300 people attending and more than thousand interested. >> i started liking him at the first debate when a realized he wasn't political correct. >> reporter: she the
>> he is going to renegotiate our fair trade deals and he is going to bring jobs back to ohio. >> reporter: cincinnati police they are ready for whatever hops on friday. and we apologize for those audio problems at the top of the story. the trump rallies can get pretty rowedy. the hope is everything is peaceful here. there has been a lot of interest in this protest here in cincinnati it remains to be seen just how many people will actual come out here on sunday. >> rob: thank you very much.
be in dayton tomorrow. bernie sanders will be hosting a rally in downtown toledo. we will know tomorrow whether some 17-year-old's will be able to vote in the primary. since they then turn 18 before the general election but they can only nominate candidates, tuesday is about electing delegates. the presidential candidates names appear and the ballot. the judge challenged the attorneys on that point. >> those voters do not know the name of who they are going to end up with. >> rob: both sides accused the other of playing politics.
he says he will have his decision by 3:00 tomorrow. the mother of the ten month old who was nearly beaten today was also charged with the crime. the babies in the hospital for three days. he is out of the the hospital now and in the care of his grandmother. she the facing two felony assault charges. a brief break is on the way from the rain. >> it is going to be some well deserved sun. a couple of light showers moving out of adams county. this is just east and southeast of west union. free. we have some areas of light fog. some lingering clouds at the
with us overnight and through the portion probably half of the morning commute at least. winds have changed direction therefore temperatures have fallen pretty quickly. by tomorrow morning temperatures into the 40s. dip down to about 45 here in cincinnati. more sun is on the way for the afternoon and more rain for the weekend. back to you. >> rob: thanks invest. two recalls for you tonight concerning some popular foods. the first is nearly 3 million boxes of digiorno pizzas. the there may be small pieces of glass in them.
are perfect for mosqiitos. a new therapy aims to minimumize treatment symptoms for cancer in pets. >> can you wave? that's a good dog. >> reporter: bindy is up to her old tricks again. >> we noticed a simultaneously bump on side of her nose. >> reporter: removing the tumor would be impossible. >> but they said there was a new therapy over the care center. >> the animal hospital is one of
in participate with pet oncology. >> it allows us to take the ct scan. we take one right before the treatment and that allows us to overlay them. >> reporter: prior to srt, raidation therapyists had to treat tumors from the square position. most of those therapies require 18-21 treatments and often times surgery. with srt the patients get a high dose. >> it is a really exciting thing. we are basically changing how cancer atreated. we are now looking at something we can cure.
the cure comes at a coast about $9,000. >> she is my dog, in our house dogs are part of the family. enthey are not expendable. would not have changed a thing. >> rob: care center started offering srt in the august. so far they are treated 50 dogs we have more information on our website at local12.com. why three local villages might be swept off the map.
of america largest veterans charity have been dishonorably discharged. it comes after the cbs news investigation with discovered the company spends more than half of its a millions in donations on overhead including parties and salaries. >> with the gift of just $19 a month you can join. >> by appealing to americas generosity they raised more an billion dollars in donations but while the money was pouring in it was also flowing out on employees conferences. in 2014, $26 million. >> let's get a band in there, lets sget catered.
sarm army staff sergeant when he took a job. after two years he quit. >> i will be dammed if you are going to take hard working americans money and drink it and waste it. >> reporter: more than 40 former employees told cbs news that spending was out of control. this two former employees were so fearful they asked us not to show their faces. >> it was extremely he cans extravagant. dinners and alcohol. >> for a charitiable organization that is serving vet ans. >> it is what the military called fraud, waste and abuse. >> reporter: it began in 2009.
meeting as typical of his style. >> he repelled down the side of a building. >> to make a grand entrance? >> yeah. he has come in on the horse. >> reporter: he has defended charities spending. >> if you the only fixation is spending that's feeling good but nos necessarily doing good. you can spend a lot of money. >> reporter: but many major donors were outraged. fred and diane raised money for golf tournaments. >> i feel like i am representing people that have donates if nobody is going to talk about this right now, and it has to be
>> reporter: >> reporter: are you done with wounded warrior project? >> yes. >> rob: there are discussions underway of retire military officers who might take over leadership of the organization. >> rob: that's what happened this morning at the construction site outside of cleveland. a propane tank caught fire and exploded. amazingly nobody was hurt. it shook building up to a mile away. it is hard to imagine head together the polls and voting for your town's existence. tuesday they will make a choice between life and death for their hometowns. >> reporter: as i rainfalls on
a normal day but it may cease to exist. >> a lot of history. one of the oldest in clermont county. >> reporter: each time the river crept up the hill. residents followed the water out of the the villain. >> each flood reduced the village by 20%. finally until you got to '97. >> reporter: as the population receded, so did the cash. state funding ways big help in balancing the budget but this past year a big chunk was taken way. >> we have sold everything we could. >> reporter: last year $6,000
the village's budget. but the biggest blow came after 1997 flood. fema came in and bought of the planned. the residents left and the village was left with lots they couldn't sell but had to maintain. >> we are treading on an area we haven't been in again. >> reporter: the yes vote wins, it become a part of washington township. township trustee says they are will be to help but it isn't ideal. >> we are going to accept the responsibility. >> reporter: if they don't vote
it could only be i matter of time before the village dissolves. >> rob: summerville in butler county and smithfield will also vote on dislugs. >> you possibly saw some rain today, tomorrow we might get the break and see the sun. >> yes, we are going to see a little bit of sun but you will probably have to wait a little bit. when the wake up it will probably be mostly cloudy. it will get better in the afternoon. we will start off in the 40s. this is in new port. we needed the umbrella most of the afternoon and evening. we finally dried out around 9:00.
see a clearer picture. we have just clouds kind of hanging around. here is what i'm tracking, the left over showers are just about to move out of south eastern adams county. rainfall totals pretty much ranking from 3/4 of an inch but on the afternoon of 3/4 to a little around an inch. so we all picked up the good chunk of rain and we are going to add-on to that come saturday and sunday. so widespread rain is moving off to our east. lingering clouds on the backside of the rain. here is what we are looking for on the weekend. brandon and scott will be here
this is moving out the texas. temperatures fail falling in the lower0 50s at the airport. still a bit milder down to our south and east. north and wests that's where our next air mass is coming in and we are going to be sink intoing the 40s later this evening. lows in cincinnati around 45. some outlying areas especially to the west will be a bit colder here is 11:30 we will be dry. the clouds stick around overnight. 5:00 still pretty cloudy. then we gradually get rid of those clouds. by the afternoon high clouds and a lot of sunshine.
change through friday night. friday night plans going to be falling through the 50s and they will be dry probably the better of the weekend days. saturday we are looking at scattered showers. saturday. if you have plans, some spotty hit or miss showers but you can see they are not very widespread. we are going to be a bit wetter for sunday. tomorrow's forecast, brake from the rain. 56 at noon. 61 at 4:00. upper 60s on saturday. scattered showers a few isolated thunderstorms can't be ruled out but no severe weather.
concern for chris mack was putting the d back the muskies defense. world's most famous arena. how do you stop that. brake. in the second. steps back and drops a jefrp r jumper. the lead add 23. insane pass to, x is moving on their 27th win of the season. >> i think everybody on the team did a great job of moving the ball. so, i think we had the great
>> well one game doesn't mean anything for the nexts. we have to make sure both of these teams have beaten us once but we have also beaten them. it is going to be tough game no matter what. >> brad: buckeyes are the big ten post season throw down. going after hits 20th win of the the season. the buckeyes with and 11% chance of making the big dance. buckeyes on top by one. then later on, a look inside. for the power punch the lead now at five. a strong drive, hangs and hits buckeyes get it done, 79-75. they take on michigan state tomorrow.
tonight. red hawks foul. they finish with the record of 13-20. ache enpulls pup gets the stick back. they are moving on the finals to take on taft for the third time this season. 55-53 is your final fp another day for f frree talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, scream. only one guy's done more than talk. kasich. he'll do for a fmerica what he's doneor us. create jobs.undred t ho
>> brad: day two of nfl free agent si and bengals making sure their defense stays put. bengals now resigned six of their 14 free agents. a big part of the defense that ranked second in the league. he joined back in 2010. the team's top tackler the last two seasons. >> the season is so long away but, i'm anticipating it, and we will be fired up to go. we the lot of guys with experience.
wanted me they are silent about their business it all worked out. but things heats up real quick, real fast. it was a no brainer. the reds sco 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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