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time, too. what a cute dog. >> good morning, we're going to get to the top stories in just a moment. >> it's friday. >> it's cooler today, but we're still dry, hi, john. we're going to stay dry throughout the day. it's going to be a dry friday, clouds will linger for the first part of the day, and as lenged as mentioned cooler start to the day. 10-11 degrees cooler than we were yesterday. ranging mostly in the 40s, a few of us are in the 50s, the warmest spots out east, west union 52, the coolest spots, west northwest, laurel, indiana, now down to 43 degrees, there's nothing on radar, we don't expect any rain whatsoever today but a lot of cloud cover will be around to start the day. the rain has moved out the picture, eventually the clouds may move out of the picture, the kids will need the jacket. mid-40s to start, and low
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our way to 60 with clearing taking place by late this day. in this weekend. i'm timing the rain. i let you know when the best long. that is coming up in minutes. right nowlet get to jen with a check on traffic. >> reporter: we're still accident-free. such a great way to kick off of the weekend. as we look around town from eastside at 275 and state route 72, going over to the west side at 74, near north end road, we can see volume of traffic pretty qie net those areas. we are seeing volume of traffic pick up a little bit. 75, near the ronald reagan southbound, but no delays, picking up i-71/i-75 near kyle, accident-free, no delays, if we see any problems, we will let you know about it. we have lots of construction going on for today and over the weekend. for now it looks good.
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destroyed the bloostled hash beloved hash general store. >>the owners promised to rebuild, and we are live at rabbit hash to tell us all about it. megan. >> reporter: good morning, guys, that's right, it's really remarkable, what this building went through prior to the fire. remember talking to the historian here, today the -- the day the fire happened and he told me it has been through major flooding here along the river. it's devastating for people who consider rabbit hash how home and out of towners who frequented this area, and a lot of the fond memories there, the very taste fire. a lot of people were very upset. a lot of people coming and stopping and just in disbelief that this happened. on the day there was talk of rebuilding this place. thousands have poured in, and even duke energy donated $25,000, and now tomorrow, there
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fundraiser, held by colonel d, new world headquarters on fort promise avenue from 12:00 to 7:00 saturday. there will be live bands, silent auction, the pig roast, the cash bar and i even hear rabbit hash will be served. and colonel d has fond memories of the general store. he immediately sprung into action to raise money when he heard the news. i love my -- a lot of my friends worked down there. i used to go down and that is where i recharged my batteries. i sat down at the one the picnic tables and watched the river go by, and feel really good about myself once i got finished and left there or go down to the general store itself and listen to when some the graft great musicians that would show up and jam, it was always so much fun. >> reporter: there's a lot of people who can echo that remembering. this is just a special gathering place, something that people
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the day that the fire actually happened. as for the fire hash bash is going recall on tomorrow. tickets are $75 in advance -- $50 in advance and $75 at the door. and i know we are expecting rain, that may put a damper on things, but there's a big tent to make sure that everybody stays dry, no concern there. a lost people are looking forward to seeing this restored to its former glory. nice that everybody has the chance to help. they got a high-tech 3d laser to scan out, and help build a 3d image. and new this morning ken has fist case of the zika virus. he got it in south america. so far they don't think that the mosquitoes in the u.s. are carrying zika and the cdc is
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should stay away from the zika affected areas. three will vote on their town's existence. >> it's hard to think that people are making that choice. at one point 450 people called neville home, but every river flood over the years reduces the population and with it depose cash from the -- goes cash from the state. now about 100 residents remain, and 50 have been floaters. >> if it they do what happens? >> we are treading in an area we haven't been before. we will continue to to do what we can do for as long as we can do it with what funding we have. neville will become a part of washington township. if they don't vote to devolve, it's not clear what will happen. and summerville will also vote on dissolution. when pets go through cancer, it's hard to see emthis through the side effects. there's a new therapy that helps
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symptoms. the cancer treatment offers stereo tactic surgery. that means they can take ct scans that can let them treat tumors tr all angles, that avoids damaging healthy tissue. >> it's an exciting thing. we are changing how cancer is treated. the thought before we're trying to control something, we're now looking at something we can possibly cure it. the possibility of a cure comes at a cost, $9,000 when it's all said and done. we link more information about the bengals are trying to make sure their defense stays period continues. the team resigned betty gray. and the bengals have resigned six of their 14 free agents, and lennox left the bengals with 29 tackles, that has been what he has done in the last two seasons that.
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the biggest tournament and came away smiling as it took down marquette. speaking of smiling, you see bill murray hanging out in the audience. bill's son luke san assistant coach with the xavier. and the first, and ahead by 16 at the break. xavier pushed that lead at 23, ended up winning 90-72 in the 27th win of the season. >> with the one game doesn't mean anything for the net, so we have to make sure that whoever wins this game, both of these teams have beaten up lawrence. it's going to be a tough game into matter who we play. >> xavier will play see then hall. those musketeers look good. >> i didn't realize how tall they are, because they're such an athletic team. they don't look tough. they're a tall team.
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all right, 6:07 treating cancer when you don't know where it started. how doctors say your family may have the answers. blame. i cannot believe how civil it's been up here. yeah, it was a different
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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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it's 10 after 6:00, you he know the cancer diagnosis is a devastating diagnosis for you and your family. it's often hard to find out where it started and that makes the traiment very difficult. >> a new treatment is shedding light on this diagnosis and what doctors can do about it. >> tumors keep popping up and we can't seem to get them under control. they were trying to find it really aggressively, find with that was. >> when a patient is diagnosed with can certification doctors can diagnosedwith -- an cancers but with cancer of unknown origin, it's hard. >> the pathologist tells you, no, it's not from that organ. >> dr. jewel of cancer institute says because of that mystery treatment is limited. we have to take those innovative treatments off the table and we are left with the more genetic chemotherapy.
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search this deadly type of record, and he used records from utah's database and discovered a genetic connection. and colorectal. >> and jack passed away before doctors could find the primary cancer. he was worried for his three children. >> this is something that could be genetically passed on. >> a a history of the types of cancer could help out. my husband at 54 he had a lot to offer the world. >> mark ka bell, reporting. now doctors say the study also shows how important early screening is to detect certain types of cancer if you have not a increased risk. for more information, visit huntsman check your freezers all kinds of family meals and frozen foods are being recalled this morning, why you need to watch out, also.
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>> love american workers brought us back from the crash. now, let's move forward. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. we've gotta create new jobs and industries of the future. i'm hillary clinton and i
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they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs.
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for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. 6:15, the republican candidate for president, finally held a civil debate. >> but a twitter pole online say the majority of people are sticking with their candidate despite the topic of debate. the most tweeted moment of
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talked about climate change. >> there's not been a time when the climates has not changed. the fundamental question is for poll a policy maker, is the climate changing because of something we have done and if so, is there a law we can pass to change it. mofny. the wounded warrior project spends more than half of its millions in donations not helping veterans but this things like extravagant parties, the project's board of directors fired ceo, and coo after workers blew the whistle. now they are taking over leadership of the wounded war yores. check warriors. 3 million boxes di josh owe, and stove fer's lasagna, and they think that there may be
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think it came from the spinach. three high school boys just working out in the gym but since a high school principal up loaded this video, the reaction has been absolutely extraordinary. >> the thing i want to help my brother. he knows that the world is watching and people are hoping for him to do this so they can have hope. nehemiah cole is the 8-year-old shown in the center of the video. his classmates have promised to workout with him every day of the week, and that is his goal to lose 90 pounds. those guys are standing with his brother and that says, it's dually noted. at high school is not a kind place for people would are overweight and that sort of thing. there's no body shaming there, they're standing with him. >> the young man set a goal and they are helping him. >> they're learning something
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>> i'm glad they are getting out on social media out there, because those kids deserve that. >> i shared that video on my facebook page if you want to see it. jen, how are we doing. >> reporter: we developed a couple of issues in the 5 of 10 minutes. we do have a multivehicle accident reported on industrial record at hillcrest drive so watch for that. west siders, western northern or near boot, we got an accident reported there as well, and then we got one on 75 on the southbound direction right near the norwood lateral where we don't have a camera, but if you look at this camera south of there, i think maybe they turned it so we might be able to see what they are called to see. there's a broken down or accident on southbound, south of the norwood lateral, to back things up, because it's blocking a lane. those are three incidents right now, a quick reminder. you will see construction going on the ronald reagan cross
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2:00 today. one lane will be blocked the between 14 and liberty. they're going to do street car testing and then you will have more lane closures on i-71-southbound in direction, lowing through the lytle tunnel, they will have overnight, full closure at 71 in that area but they will have signs posted pore na. >> you should have dry weather, we have temperatures this morning in the 40s, cooler than what it was yesterday, consider the jacket as you step out the door but a dry day coming up which is something we're not going to see a whole lot in the days ahead. right now we're in the 40s and most locations brookville, indiana, 44, 46 in versailles, 50s hanging out, east, brookville, kentucky around 50, 54 the warm spot out of peebles, but the two will eventually cool off in the 40s as the morning wears off. the radisson and covington into downtown cincinnati where skies are cloudy, but we're going to see some clearing later today.
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afternoon, all in all, pretty nice day, temperatures will be almost 10 degrees above-normal for this time of the year. some rain tomorrow, it's not going to be a wash out tomorrow but i do expect some scattered showers even in isolated thunderstorm is a possibility, most of the rain you are going to see this weekend is going to come on sunday and that is where widespread. 47 the clouds the north wind at 7. the clouds at 8, back up to 54, clouds at noon, and then notice i have some sunshine peeking through the clouds late afternoon, i will top out close to 60 by around 4:00 this afternoon. there's nothing showing up, quiet around here, the overnight rains have left the area, the clouds have not left the area. still cloudy skies for us. i will take you down south. i will tell you why, louisiana is still getting pounded this morning. severe thunderstorm warning for the city of new orleans, lew with a 66 -- louisiana, rough weather, heavy rain down there all a part of this massive storm
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this weekend that storm system is going to push to the north as another one comes from the west and links up with it. it will weaken as it pushes north, but with the combination of these two upper level systems entering the ohio valley, we are going to get lift if the atmosphere and that is going to produce some rain. scattered showers tomorrow but the bulk of the rain comes on sunday. you will hear a rumble of thunder tomorrow as we start to see the warmer air push back in. 68 tomorrow, 69 on sunday. widespread rain and storms in the forecast for sunday. let's step you through t clouds start to clear out later today. wraparound 60 for a high, we're clear early tonight and clouds roll back in late, 40s tomorrow morning, and you will notice tomorrow not a great deal of rain, but some, this is around noon tomorrow, some showers, perhaps a rumble of thunder. after that it's very hit or miss tomorrow afternoon, upper 60s to low 70s for most spots tomorrow, and then the rain chances begin to increase again into sunday, some showers around
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widespread sunday morning into sunday afternoon, your high temperatures pushing into the upper 60s near 70, we could pick up an inch or more of rainfall in some spots by sunday. 60 today, gradual decreasing clouds this afternoon, tonight, 50s in the 40s, we clear out early, clouds roll back in late. there's the weekend forecast with the widespread rain, even rain isolated storms on monday, tuesday a chance for showers, we warm back to 73, and then it clears out and cools down into the middle of next week with 60s, and 50s on tap for both wednesday, and thursday. if you have outdoor plans tomorrow, the rain scattered, you want the weather authority interactive radar, grab that on the app store and google play. back to you, guys. brave the shade, the drastic
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and we need voters and who are disappointed in leaders who stand in their way to remember come election time. i share president obama's outrage. it's time we had leaders with the courage to stand up to the nra. i'm p.g. sittenfeld. in the senate, i'll fight for commonsense gun safety, criminal background checks,
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i approve this message because ted strickland will never stand up to the nra. i will. all right, trending now, james cordin's carpool karaoke, going prime time. they will celebrate cordon's the first year anniversary as host
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it will include his car karaoke, which have become a sensation. remember, this is jeromy micks mug shot which went viral two years ago that went viral when he was a vested. when he was released this week, he was greeted by a model manager. >> okay. in his middle name pride name. >> what is the story behind your middle name and do you like it. >> we are getting good stuffs on the facebook page, let's look at a few. beth says, i don't have one. here is the story, parents were in shock when my twin and you were born because they weren't expecting two babies. it was the doctor's first set of twins he had to deliver and both of us were over 6 pounds. i was hiding behind annette and they never heard my heartbeat. >> annette, and beth, a and b. >> all three of my boys have middle name mitchell.
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gave them their dad's middle name instead of his first. >> there you go. >> mary says my middle name is martha. i was named after my grandmother, by my grand mother, when my parents couldn't argue over what the name is. >> julie, my husband he's middle name is wayne and mid name is bruce. >> yes. >> how awesome. >> my middle name is russell named before my dad. all kids, have a middle name that starts with r. my dad, bless his soul, called everybody but me reynaldo. you, and the other reynaldo. the life in the lomax household. share your thoughts. [ laughter ] imagine picking up a small,
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prank. also -- >> inappropriate music cal, how a if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to g get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy
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family tragedy, a mother accused of killing her daughter and then herself. now at 6:30, what police are sharing about the investigation this morning. campaigning in the swing state. donald trump and kasich are hitting ohio this weekend. where you can see them. a local organization is looking for people to shave their heads to raise money for cancer. that is not until october, but there are things you can do to help today. next. good morning be everybody, welcome. it's a little bit chillier that morning, but it's dry. >> it's dry, but the rain is right, john.
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this weekend, but today it's going to be dry. and cooler. as you step outside, the cam weather view, looking into downtown, clouds -- skies are clouding and consider the light jacket, considerably cooler with the clouds hanging on across the vie state. a little bit of a breeze making it feel cooler. generally to the north and west, we have the coolest temperatures, brookville to the south and east warmest. peebles at 54, and nothing is showing up on radar. no rain today. all of that is gone, but the clouds are going to linger to the start of the day. we will see a gradual clearing trend. 54, clouds at noon, and then breaks in the clouds this afternoon, we're going to climb to around 60 degrees by late day. coming up in weather, i'm going to time the weather for the weekend, and let you know when the highest chance of rain will be and look ahead to cooler weather coming back next week. right now let's get a check on traffic with jen. >> reporter: mostly queue quiet out
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delays past the norwood lateral. let's take a live look at 71, lateral. you can see a couple of different vehicles over to the right blocking one lane. at one point they were blocking two lanes, but it looks like we have multiple vehicles involved with this. i saw firefighters on the scene as well. depend, what you need to know is you're going to see heave year traffic than normal with one lane blocked south 71 past the lateral. butter milk pike near hazelwood we developed an accident. we have an accident and west siders near but knell an accident reported. no other problems, but we're start to see typical delays. sheila. thank you, jen, it's 5 fra and new this morning, we're working this morning to learn more about a sad story out of fairfield township. a mom and her daughter are dead after a murder-suicide. officers believe that the mother shot the daughter, and then herself.
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driveway of the home. we will bring more information as we get it. happening today the mother of a 10-month-old baby boy, who was nearly beaten to death is in court. she was charged in the beat -- the beating. at one point the baby couldn't breath without a ventilate or. gabriel is out of the hospital and is being cared for by -- his grandmother. amy correll is facing six counts of child endangerment. in ohio's primary race will be around the tri-state. donald trump is expected to be at the convention center on sunday, and ohio governor will be at a pancake breakfast in shareonville, hosted by the leaders. the fundraiser is 1,000 people expect will carry the speeches live at star 64 and happening today we will find out whether ohio's teenagers before the november election can
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an ohio judge listened to arguments yesterday. both sides accused the other of playing politics, and both sides he deny it. the judge says he will have a decision by 3:00 this morning. more street cars will be closed for street car testing. >> as a result elm street will be closed from 14 to liberty. that means no parking on the east siefd town. eastside of town. what is happening tomorrow, you can celebrate the irish pride early at the annual saint patrick's parade downtown. it will end at freedom way, the parade goes on rain or shine and start at noon at merry way and central. a couple of days of ours, chris marshals. happening on sunday, you can join me, a marathon, we are trying to raise more than $3 million for heart research. and last year more than 300
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perry is going to run in it. i'm going to steal time into brow beat john into running again, but come and join us. >> we will be there. >> meantime a local organization is trying to help raise money to help fight cancer. they are trying to get as many people as possible to shave their heads for kids in solidarity. >> reporter: it's a dramatic way to do this. what they're hoping is to get 46 shavies to raise money to shave their heads in october, and that money will be given to the saint ball dribbing's foundation to help fund cancer research. there's several other ways to help before october. >> cancer doesn't discriminate. it doesn't care how old you are, it doesn't care how much money you have, it doesn't care at all. >> reporter: it often attacks children, according to the bad win foundation, 4600 kids in america are diagnosed everyday. >> i remember the day that i was a parent and i wasn't a cancer patient.
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if you love a child, this is the fight it. >> reporter: nicole can tell you what that day was like for her family. >> he was a healthy kid, no issues. we woke up one day in september. he said his chests hurting soy took him to the hospital. >> reporter: doctors gave nicole's of son, owen, a devastating diagnosis. now owen is the ambassador of the brave to shave day. money is donated to the saint baldwin foundation, a national non-profit. we shave our heads, to tell the kids that they are bald, beautiful and they're fighting and we're helping them. >> reporter: it's a family festival-type carnival for anyone who wants to attend. before that day, there's several preevent fundraisers to help keep costs low, and that is what
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easter bun me express, order 50 prefilled easter eggs and i 20 minute character visit, everything is done for you, and you help a great cause at the same time. and that gives kids like owen something to smile about. >> because, hum, it represents childhood cancer. >> how cute is he. everybody wants to do their part. >> exactly. >> and owen has to have 14 rounds of chemotherapy and is in the hospital for his 11th round. as for the easter bunny express, you can order it through your own family or donate money to battle for a family battling cancer. and order at we will take orders through march 14, and the deliveries will be made on 19th, the 20th and through easter weekend. that's a great story. raising the smoking age, how
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drone delivery, american workers brought us back from the crash. now, let's move forward. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. industries of the future. i'm hillary clinton and i
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rin the middle of a time is increasing. republicans and some democratsp for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodies if you cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and expand benefits for people who desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. 20 until 7:00, it's 46 degrees cooler as you step outside this morning. going to be up around 60 this morning. morning clouds giving way to some sunshine by later this afternoon, no rain in the forecast today. that will change, however this
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i'm timing the rain and letting you know when the best chances of seeing rain are coming up in the weekend weather authority. >> reporter: the biggest problem we have on the roads is 75 southbound, just past the norwood lateral, an accident there is blocking at this point one lane, two lanes were blocked. well, no. look, it's all open. just moment ago the lane is blocked. good news, we cleared that problem on 75 southbound. if you are heading out the door now, there's a bit of a backup because that is blocking one lane at one point in time. but again, good news, we have cleared that accident scene. we have a couple of other minor irk use coming up, but for now the interstates are looking typical elsewhere, bob snez . those are the moments to dream for. we talked about the drones delivering your packages. >> but what about sharing the road with a self driving robot. >> new delivery robots are driving around.
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kingdom. they're designed to deliver on demand from the store go right to your doorstep. it's big enough to carry most home deliveries. nine on board cameras and censors detect pedestrians and tell the robot to slow down, stop and change direction, and using a special app only the recipient will be able to unlock the lid. it will be tested in the united states next month. the guy who created skype invented that. >> obviously, it has to be in a flat area, because we like -- >> it can't work in big cities, because it's too rude -- crowded. >> you think the amazon brick and mortar places is less than four miles from here, but there's no way in the world you can fet a robot from there -- get a robot from there to here. a new dollar menu, but this one has more mexican flare, and
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the 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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s. welcome back everyone, happening tied more than 1,000 people will gather the at reagan presidential library to gather at first lady nancy reagan. many will pay their respects, including laura bush, rosalyn carter, and michelle obama.
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laid in repos this week. >> it's just patriotic, no matter what party affiliation you are. it's coming together, it's something we haven't found in this country for a long time. >> nancy reagan's final resting place will be right by her husband's side. thousands of alleged isis documents are in hands of intelligence officials. a former isis member leaked more than 22,000 pages secrets to the british media. they're application forms with names, and addresses of aspiring recruited them. officials say this could be one of the biggest counter intelligence triumph so far in the war against isis. the white house is launching a new initiative to try to make diapers more affordable to the families. 1 in 3 families are having trouble affording diapers, this
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families access to diapers 25% cheaper than what is available. is it starts next month. california could be the first one to move the smoking age from 18 to 25. everything from tobacco to cigarette products, a study the institute of medicine last year found increasing the smoking age to 21 would result in 200,000 fewer premature deaths for 2019. and trending now, the end of an era for basketball fans as rivalry, great, lebron james squared off for the last time before kobe retired. -- >> either kobe or will lebron. >> that is incredible, that is making your mark on the league. since lebron joined the nba. kobe got 26 points to lebron's 24, but the cavs, the cavs get the win. >> look at that? >> that is tricky.
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breakfast is getting cheaper at the bell's, jen dalton. just lost the dollar breakfast menu. they will be able to order ten breakfast items, including the new addition, like the flat bread quesadilla, mcdonald's phased out the dollar menu two years ago. >> flat bread sounds good. comedian james cordin has a talent turning the expected to the unent examined. the unexpected. the revenant are pretty serious movies, but when he was invited it quickly turned to crazy. >> should i think of my face, funny wig. >> what. [ laughter ] >> oh, man.
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the classic film into edgy musical. >> that makes me beyond happy for so many reasons. not the least of. >> will arnett, yeah. >> look at how serious they are, just like they are proi broadway singers. >> i will look at that. >> how can they get a straight face. >> anymore of what they are doing, jimmy fallon, this is fine. >> that's exactly it, but they pull it off, they are so talented pulling these things off. >> i'm insanely jealous of all of them. >> pretty good stuff. we have an accident, one that recently cleared. >> reporter: i-75 southbound, we an earlier problem that was blocking at one point two lanes on i-75 southbound heading past the norwood lateral. i was going to say, it cleared which it did. but perhaps we developed a new issue. we have heavy traffic, the
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is the southbound side of i-75 developed. you can see heavy traffic in the area there. that. while the problem that was south of the norwood lateral is clear, but again maybe we have just developed a new issue on -- again we may have developed a new issue on i-75. and that is the slowest spot this morning. jefferson at hawthorn in kentucky we have a had you new incident there. look at i-71-75, butter milk, you are heavy from the dixie to the ohio river. i'm ending with i-75, there's got to be something else going on, as you pass the ronald reagan highway. they just zoomed that camera on there. i will keep an eye on there. >> something slowing them down out there. we're looking at dry conditions, no rain today, it's going to be cooler as you step outside this morning. now the weekend, everything kind of changes here. we start to see the rain chances
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the two days this weekend. we're going to have scattered showers in the forecast tomorrow even the chance for a thunderstorm or two particularly early in the day tomorrow, but the rain much more hit or miss, periods of rain tomorrow, scattered out, sunday, though, that is your day for widespread rain, even some thunderstorms in the forecast for the second half of the weekend. all is quiet on radar this morning. last night's rain has left the area but the cloud cover has not. the clouds will thin later on today. i want to take you south today. the massive storm system is spill stinking in still spinning -- still spinning in texas. there are water rescues ongoing north of new orleans, and the lake pontchartrain due to extremely rain and flash-flooding. the same deal as you get into mississippi. this weather system is going to weaken and lift north this weekend. that is going to bring us our rain here in the tri-state as we get into the day on sunday.
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pressure lifting to the north as another one comes in to kind of push it to the north. this happens, we get some lift in the atmosphere sunday, we are going to get rain, but nothing like the rain that they're seeing down south. cloudy skies, the atrium weather camera, 46 degrees, cooler as you head out the door, cloudy skies, a wind, northeast at 9, you may want to consider a light jacket this morning especially for the kids as they head out the door. mid-40s to start. by noon we're edging into the low 60s, by late day, i expect high temperatures to be around the 60-degree mark. so a little cooler than yesterday, notice of clouds start to clear out a bit as we get into the an. our satellite and radar forecast here shows the cloud cover kind of breaking a little bit later today, but dry conditions expected today. of let's look into the future, though, by tomorrow morning, cloud cover increases to the south of cincinnati early tomorrow morning we start to see rain lifting to the north
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this is around 11:30, 12:00, some showers could be an embedded thunderstorm with some of the activity that lift north. if that moves out, after that, the rest of the an into the evening, anything out there is going to be hit or miss tomorrow. not a great deal of rain, but on sunday, here comes more rain from the south, rain chances pick up through the afternoon and sunday, even a rumble of thunder possible by sunday evening. on sunday evening we could pick up an additional inch of rain at some locations what will the heart on sunday. early on here, the rain starts out scattered, it may not be so bad to start. rain chances pick up through the morning close to noon on sunday. 60 your high today, gradual afternoon. we're in the 50s falling into increasing.
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68, and 73 with a few showers tuesday, it looks like we will finally dry things completely into wednesday and thursday of next week as temperatures turn cooler. back in the 60s wednesday and closer to normal by thursday as we're in the mid-50s for highs. outdoor plans tomorrow, and it won't rain all day. you want something to track that rain, grab the weather authority app. guys, back to you. 6:54, now. hello from the other tribe! the other side of the galaxy that is. >> a a and we need voters who want safer gun laws and who are disappointed in leaders who stand in their way to remember come election time. i share
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