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. >> the 3200 block of spring crest drive. the police say the homeowner came home to find his fiancee, 54-year-old, barbara bush and 50-year-old daughter cindy bush dead in a couch. it appears the mother shot the daughter and turned the gun on herself. >> tragic situation. you wish there could have been some kind of intervention. we don't know, until it happens. >> police say toxicology tests will be performed. they say it is clear this was indeed a murder-suicide. in fairfield township, larry davis, local 12 news. barbara bush's fiancee discovered the tragedy and called 911.
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local 12 news, live at 6:00. madison local school administrators, outline add safety admission. in a letter, district leaders say they will buy two han held metal detectors to buy randomly at students. and he wounded two classmates in the shooting and shrapnel injured two others. hancock faces charges that includes two counts of attempted murder. in addition to the metal detectors, administrators plan to have another district in the unit. >> a bomb threat, prompts the evacuation of western hills high school and dater high school. 2:00. they say they learned of the threat around 10:30 in the morning. public school spokesperson,
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form of graphite -- graffiti. officers say the western hills high school is so big, it took them a while to sweep the building with a police dog. >> a man was driving when he was shot and killed in hamilton. the car came to a ' sto in a home in charles street. that's where neighbors found the man dead in a car. officers haven't released any information on what may have happened. they have identified the victim as jalen knight. former president, bill clinton plans a stop in the tri-state to stump for his wife. clinton is expected to take part in the get out the road rally tomorrow. those doors will open at 9:15. no word on when the former president is expected to arrive. both john kasich and donald trump are also expected to make appearances this weekend. ohio governor, john kasich is set to speak to republican leaders in a pancake breakfast
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up to 10 thousand trump supporters are expected to converge in the duke energy center on sunday. there's not a final time for that yet. we will carry both live on star 64 and streaming on and hundreds of friends and family members are paying their final respects to former first lady, nancy reagan. her funeral just wrapped up at the reagan presidential library in simi valley, california. chris martinez takes us live inside the private ceremony. >> dignitaries and celebrities gathered on the ground for the funeral of former first lady, nancy reagan. >> grace, willpower. >> she will always call, ask for a favor. where's my avocados. >> first lady, michelle obama, former president, george w. bush and former secretary of state and first lady, hillary clinton,
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reagan library officials, nancy reagan picked the guest list and had a hand in other details like the flowers. and former chief of staff delivered the main euology. >> when they were together, he hid love notes around the house. >> nancy is best known for her unflinching support to ronald reagan. and her final resting place will be on the grounds of the library, right neck to her husband's side. also in attendance, arnold schwarzenegger and journalists larry king and actress-journalist, houston. >> it was dry, wasn't it? brandon, what are we looking at
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and finally, some sunshine peeking on through. we have been stuck with the clouds all day long. they are thinning enough to get some sunshine. that boosted the temperature to around 57. that's the high temperature before it increased the high temperature. that's the reason where it didn't hit 60 degrees. one, we have the clouds around and they were stubborn to move out. the northeasterly wind did hit us cooler. mazeville, 61. western union at 60. that's at the south eastern part. carrollton hit 60 degrees. i don't think we'll make it at the international airport. there's a lot more warmer weather to go. it's going to be that way as we go to the overnight hours. 49 degrees. we'll bottom to the middle 40s, as we get to early tomorrow morning. still dry.
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this rain, where places we didn't need it, down in the southern mississippi valley. that's moving in the area by the weekend. we will time out the rain. if you have outdoor plans, you could get it on saturday. we'll go over that and a chance for thunderstorms, here in a little more than 15 minutes, brad. >> getting around downtown, on a busy weekend, it will be.
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she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton.
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history. the parade never cancelled due to weather. tomorrow will be no exception. >> last year, 27 thousand event. it raises money for the heart disease. this year's goal, the 3 million dollars, according to the
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there's still time to help out. >> sunday's race could post to traffic issues. >> glen dalton let's us know what to expect. >> if you're coming downtown, many with the political rallies, road closures you need to be aware of are in purple. that's going to be the heart for the mini. you could see the green dot. that's where the heart mini will take off. that will begin at 5th and broadway. major thoroughfares will be closed throughout the route. including the bridge, columbia parkway will be closed from 4:30 in the morning until 5:00 p.m. sunday. all the roads will be closed for that long. between 5th and delta. if you normally take columbia parkway in the downtown columbia area, think about taking 471, 475.
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so will the taylor south break, downtown. there's lots of ways to get through downtown, if you're coming to an event. it will be shut down between 5th and delta on sunday morning. >> will that cause a problem for you? >> no, i'll walk through friendship park and it will be good. >> looking towards a brighter future. >> devastating fire destroyed the town's landmark. megan moore shows us, people from across the tri-state, are planning a big show of support. >> the day the fire happened, it's devastating news for the locals and many out of towners who learned, the old general store they had often. so many people came to see it
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i couldn't believe what happened. even on the day, there's building on the special gathering place. duke energy donated 2500. it's held by colonel d. and colonel d. and spices. that's in fort promise avenue, fort thomas on saturday. there's live bands, pig roast, a cash bar and i even hear that robert hash will also be served. colonel d has fond memories. he sprung into action to raise money. >> saw the news come over the airwaves. i began crying: i'm an emotional old guy. something has to happen.
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talking to donnie clear, who is president of the historic society. what could we do? this is what came out of the conversation. >> many, of course, just looking forward to restoring the building back to the way they remember it. that is not happening here in robert hash. it will be happening in port thomas tomorrow, from 12:00 to 7:00. megan moore, local 12 news. >> general admission tickets, $75 at the door. that includes two drink tickets. local bands and silent auction outside. they'll have a tent just in case it rains. remembering a devastating earthquake and tsunami. >> looking for answers in a fire
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we have rainfall to she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned
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we need action now. and stands with the president those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i
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. >> rescuers took six people to the hospital. the fire broke out around 1:00. firefighters are trying to find out what caused the deadly blaze. >> japan marks the fifth anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that hit japan. millions of people observed the moment of silence. the march 20th quake devastating areas, killing more than 19
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2500, still unaccounted for. more than 700 evacuees are living outside of their damaged hometown. >> few wonder if it will be the same for decades. >> we got one day break. and it's been the past couple of hours, we've seen the clouds. >> we're not drying out. not too much. the rain is moving in as soon as tomorrow. you see what it looks like outside. there's no rain to speak of. that's huge change from yesterday, where we had moderate rain pushing through. these are mid level clouds, that's thinned out enough. that's not the case for too much longer. 37 is where we are at in lincoln
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the 60s are to the south, harlton, owington. : we will hit the high temperatures in the next couple of hours, before they stop down around 7:00. notice how we increase clouds, especially after midnight. there's no rain. the air will stay to the south, even by tomorrow morning. if you're going out and about, i know a lot is going on. the st. patrick's day parade, it will be mainly dry. it will be similar to what they had right now. the rain is to the south. this is the same rain that we just gotten it done with the past couple of days. the same front will lift to the north and bring the moisture along with it. with the moisture, it comes warm weather. the rain got pushed to the south, in places we don't need it.
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days. major flooding for days, mississippi valley, will see more rain this weekend unfortunately. that's why there's flash flood warnings and watches. that's where the warmer air. 78 in atlanta. look towards the west, two cities, at 75. it's warmer in south central canada, than it is in cincinnati. that's the warm-up that's next in line to come in here as soon as tomorrow. : the white coming from the south, that's the extra clouds coming to tomorrow. and even into the afternoon, we're mostly dry. as we get to late afternoon, that's when we get to see the chance of pop-up shower.
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the rain chances. any outdoor plans i wouldn't cancel them, especially in the evening, sunday into -- partly going on sunday morning. it will be scattered hit and miss. and few thunderstorms into the afternoon. the new parade, st. patrick's day parade it looks fine. it's going to be warmer to. and 68 degrees with a better chance of rain on sunday, compared to saturday. the rain sticks around as we go into monday. back down, that's average this time of year
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>>. >> raise the bar. >> election day, that's a bright spot. >> we're looking okay, for tuesday, some showers towards the i think. >> thanks, school bus squad, sends nine people to the hospitalal. 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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. >> rescuers loaded nine students. a driver in the chevy sedan hit the bus from behind. fortunately, none of the injuries were serious. >> they wanted to bring attention on how the industry wanted to treat servers, differently from their male counterparts. ashley has more on the unique experiment. >> servers decked in high heels and dresses is not an unusual sight in many restaurants. that is if it's women wearing them.
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female servers to show off their bodies. they switched the table to dress the males like this. >> the owner was inspired by the recent cbc investigation. it found many servers were forced to wear sexy outfits to keep their jobs. jennifer jennifer quit her job after she didn't wear enough jewelry. >> see many wear tight miniskirts and heels. it's crazy, really hits home. >> how do the men feel my toes are limp. >> and that hurt their ability to do their job. they took twice as long and even stopped bringing in refills.
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how people felt entitled to touch them. >> and i was joking the first time. i feel like, i heard about it. right now. >> those they were making, were after a while, still uncomfortable. . >> they kicked their heels to wear on the job. ashley durk, krks news, ottawa. >> what's surprising, high heel part. i like having that option. i learned to wear comfortable ones. police make a strep on burglaries. >> and donald trump picks up a big endorsement. >> somebody needs to be there
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he's going to die is sad. i could say, i don't want to deal with this. that doesn't change the fact he's going to 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 us four hand jobsere in ohio. h brought 'em bahick from mexico and cna. turned our deficit into a surplus. more jobs?
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let's loan 'em john kasich. new day for america is
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debate, the hopefuls are back on the trail. today, they are courting voters ahead of the key votes. >> a huge endorsement for donald trump, he says he's now on board. >> >>. >> it's not about me. it's not about mr. trump. >> it was more of a policy, and less than a personal attacks. trump baited controversy, is lale hates us. >> did you mean 1.8 victims >>. >> it doesn't mean the front-runner was.
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want to be neutral. >> new cnn poll reports, marco rubio is down 14 points to trump in his home state. and rubio says, he's proud of his choice in choosing to ignore the attacks. >> the commander in chief in the most powerful in the world. >> they include a stop by john kasich tomorrow morning. at 5:30, jeff hirsh, why you, defendant vat minutics, over after a gun.
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. cory headrosh, are behind bars for serl nfrl. officers with the dearborn county special crimes unit as well as ripley and sheriff's deputies and indiana state police have put hundreds and dollars of tracking hundreds and thousands in stolen property. we found the property in a home, after they arrested the in versailles. >> that would be very nice. >> you know what would be nice. >> no more rain in the forecast. that would be nice. you could say that? >> i could say that for tonight, at least. as we get to tomorrow, we start to see the rain. it's not all going to be bad news. it's going to be pretty nice outside. it's nice this afternoon as well. this is the atrium weather camera.
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we have not seen that, at least a whole lot today. most of us are in the 50s right now, unless we're in the far southern viewing area, carrollton, thalmus around 60 degrees. some of us hit the 60 degree mark. all of us hitting it. and we didn't have a whole lot of rain to deal with. it's going to be a nice evening. clouds will increase as we get to midnight. temperatures are dropping back to the 40s. down to 47 by early tomorrow morning. that's where we will bottom out, right there in the middle 40s. this is a portion that received 18 inches of rain. we're next in line. there's a lot of events going on. some of them will be okay. others we'll have to watch out for rain. we're going by the specific
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we're talking about some thunderstorms that could be in the nicks. 4:48, i should say, guys. >> many parents struggle when -- and she shares a tear jerking area of one mother's love. >> the sound of a mother's love -- >> is the hill overpowering. >> one of the favorite things to do is to lay nose to nose. >> at four-month old, his biological father decided it was too much. >> it was not that charlie was unwanted or unloved, he was --
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adopted, kids who >> the fact he's going today, it's sad. i could say, i don't want to deal with this. that doesn't change the fact he's going to die. so we've just made the decision that we'll stay. >> even busy in the kitchen, charlie is never far from cory in fact, she can see him right through the window. >> i still need to make cookies and i need to make supper and i have dishes to do. i have charlie. it's a juggle. you know, you live life to the fullest. what that means for him, he's right in the mix. >> feeling the love he's given from his family, makes all the difference. >> owes with his hand and he wants you to hold his hand. that's how he let's us know, i know you're there. >> cory says, she looks at him
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her face takes away her fear. >> i know one of the times, when his saturation drops out and his lungs are not ventilating the way it's supposed to. almost done. almost done. and he will fly away. he'll be good and we'll eventually be good >> takes a strong woman, huh. >> special place in heaven for her. >> watching movies at the home
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rereleasased t t . >> apple will hold its next press event. smaller, will feature the four
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iphone 5 s. the tech giant is also expected to unveil a new ipad. owners of the drug giant are investing and be the first to campaign, urging the next generation of americans not to smoke. they are saying, smoking conflicts with the mission to promonth mote healthy living. >> and stocks close higher in wall street. a lot higher, capping a four week rally. >> s&p 500. >> grab your popcorn >> box office may be coming to your living room. the new service called the screening room. it may allow you to watch movies at home on the same day it hits the theaters.
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it would cost $15 for viewing
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>> that's why i'm not allowed . >> from the terrorism alert desk
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formally brand hezbollah terrorist group. former alliance, made the same move earlier this month. lebanon and iraq abstained from the vote. >> isis leaders, who initially said was likely killed in a u.s. airstrike may have been injured last week. he's known as omar the chechen and is the group minister of war. in san bernardino, residents are joining together to buy the police department equipment it didn't have during the rampage. the police department lacked some key pieces of gear that would have helped his department respond better. from the terrorism alert desk in washington. i'm michelle marsh. saudi arabia's king solomon, marking the end of the northern thunder military exercise. look at that, very colorful.
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area near saudi arabia's northeastern border near iraq and kuwait. among majority countries, that are a member of the larger alliance, part the kingdom in december. >> for a check on today's developing stories. >> what a shot. this very active senior center is getting ready to close. the question becomes, why and what will happen to all the people who count on it. rich jaffe, coming up next on local 12 news. >> another fridaynd lent. dozen of fish fry. and almost all are on friday nights. local 12, joe webb, found a unique lunchtime fish frye in northern kentucky. it's a business that draws a big
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in combat, dogs save lives. they charge poor gunfire and attack poor explosives. they save the life of jamie hash much and how the purple heart recipient is bringing his mission to help dogs in cincinnati. >> and a new york man spent half of his life in prison for a murder he didn't commit. >> as lori chunk reports, he's been cleared, released and reunited with his family j andre hatchette, revealing the first days in prison. >> i feel good. i'm glad i'm free. i just want to stay with my family. >> a judge who overturned the conviction in a beating death of a woman, whose body was found. the only evidence in the case, eyewitness testimony of a man who first told police, someone
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the first suspect was in jail at the time of the killing and couldn't have done it. >> that particular evidence was never, was never turned over to the defense. >> the brooklyn district attorney integrity unit, was cooperating with lawyers. and also recovering from gunshot wounds at the time and was physically unable to carry out the murder. hatchette's case shows pending litigation, on the questioning should be passed. >> in the eyewitness legislation, there's procedures in place for documenting and identification and training law enforcement. that would prevent anything like this from happening again. >> lot of innocent people in jail. >> hatchette is surrounded with evidence, who never lost faith, even as he became a victim of the system.
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he lost way more and he lost more than attack. >> my little -- i'll get back and try again. >> brooklyn's integrity unit, convicted since he began. >> hard to imagine, isn't it? >> it really is. what do we have for this evening. >> enjoying the dryness. >> the evening, 2 won't be a washout. it won't be too bad. sunday, it could be a washout. i think it could spare a decent amount of time. finally the sun. >> and medical weather camera.
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we'll go over the hour-by-hour timing. and right now, it doesn't feel too bad. we're in the upper 50s. usually we're in the high temperatures. and 57 not only at the airport. 56 in batavia and alexandria. even a couple of 60s in oxford. that's why the temperatures are coming up fast in the past couple of hours. 60s in middletown. and it's been that way pretty much all day long. it will pretty much stay that way all night long. we'll be back to the 40s. it will be a little bit chilly out. keep that in mind, we'll be around the 40s. and there's warmer weather on the way. there's the clouds what we're seeing all day. you see how it's sizzling out.
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believe it or not, towards louisiana, picked up more rain. you could see the locations, hour-by-hour. that's why we're not expecting the rain for a while. that's why we have the flash flood watch, memphis, all the way down to much of the state, mississippi and northern louisiana, where they have the flash flood warnings on hb going. our rain will move in, until mainly tomorrow afternoon. i think the morning will be okay. st. patrick's day parade will kick off tomorrow. if you're going down there early, you will go to the mid 50s. it's going to be cloudy. we're getting a sprinkle or two during the middle of the parade. we will have dry air in place. eventually, our chances increase from the showers. and how we have the clouds
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you could see a couple of pop-up light showers. that's a couple of raindrops i'm expecting tomorrow morning. it's not going to be much whatsoever. we get to the late afternoon, you could see the rain, that pushes from the south. it will continue to increase in coverage, look how wide plans, especially early in the clouds, not a whole lot. the heart is going on sunday. we will have rain. be prepared for rain, sunday morning it also will be warm. we're into the upper 60s on sunday. monday, we're looking at a little rain.
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forecast on monday and monday. 73 on tuesday. not feeling too bad. we start to cool off back to normal, back to after rang, and it still looks like, we're not done with the winter yet. we can still easily see temperatures below freezing. i know people have been sending e-mails. we'll let you know. >> california's law to allow physician assistant. >> the law passed following the heavily publicized case. could take place until after the special legislation ended. elaine says, you have to watch a person die, to realize, a death with dignity is better. cruel and unusual punishment is illegal and so should cruel and unusual suffering.
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no difference between the two, if you ask me. that's what they make hospice for, so you could die with no pain in peace. sean asks, is it suicide, if they are already dying? >> why is it if they are
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if humans die, they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financicial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities 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. these little guys? they represent blood cells. and if you have afib - an irregular heartbeat that may put you at five times greater risk of stroke - they can pool together in the heart, forming a clot that can break free, and travel upstream to the brain where it can block blood flow and cause a stroke. but if you have afib that's not caused by a heart valve problem, pradaxa can help stop clots from forming. radaxa was even proven superiorpto warfarin
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. >> whether you're travelling for business, sometimes a good night sleep. >> and the reports on some of the unique strategies, to insure guests could snooze soundly.
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travelling for work or pleasure, falling asleep could be difficult. >> if i do it in the wrong way, it will feel terrible. >> thanks to a new sleep program, boutique hotel in the city, bedtime is like a dream come true >> travel a lot all over the country. >> you think about sleep a lot. >> indeed i do. >> dr. rebecca robins, author and sleep expert in the hotel and they helped develop the program. even their life. >> options include, bedtime snacks. extensive menu, featuring a selection of. >> industry was leaving chocolates on the pillows. there's definitely an industry shift. >> hotels across the country, including marriott have similar
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ranging from aroma therapy, to bedtime books for kids and even blackout blinds. jen manager says, customizing sleep options is not only good for guests, good for business. >> travelers are looking for unique experiences. and this provides it with them. >> buckwheat pillows. and mattress, that's what work well for me. >> research finds about 70 percent of the americans are sleep deprived. >> they hit a 3. uconn hit almost a full court. >> they are screaming behind us. the newsroom is screaming. >> we will end the show. we'll throw it to rob braun. >> rob is up next. >> surprise for seniors. what thousands of them will lose, when the community center closes its doors.
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a man comes home to find her fiancee and her daughter dead. with the primary around the corner, why one candidates is a rival. . >> this is a big disapointment to me. who are the place to be so, for us to go on. when you hit a certain age. it's hard. >> with where their community center is closing, hundreds of concerned senior citizens wonder, what will happen to them? at the end of the month, the sycamore senior center in blue ash will close its doors. it's one of the few rec centers in the area dedicated specifically to senior citizens. the loss is sending shock waves. and what happened to the center
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for hundreds of senior citizens from 18 surrounding communities, this senior center is he social center of their entire universe. the question now is, when this place closes, what happens to them. about 400 seniors close the center at least every week. everything from exercise to a hot meal. for some, it's the only one they'll eat all day. more than anything, they get comradery here. >> i join a friendship group from here. we go see movies. we can see plays, go to eat. we love to eat. >> when members got word the center will close at the end of the month, they began to worry. staffers scramble to find other programs, different locations, many remain optimistic. >> it's going to be hard, but it will be fun, too it will be a challenge. it's going to be exciting, something to do. >> what we're saying, we understand.


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