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well, they're is already a line out here at the dayton international airport and many people waiting to see donald trump.
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>> and i'm liz bonis. >> and i'm adam clements. >> donald trump is expected to speak this morning. weather. >> hey, adam. we're chilly but way above average into the 40s. forty-nine in cincinnati. at least at the international airport. other locations are 45 and cooler. forty-eight in newport. the only 50 degrees is down in kentucky. wilmington is sitting at 43 degrees. but at least we're not tracking any rain. it's dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. our rain is south and west and hand made it to louisville or bowling green. a lot of this will break up a little bit. so the forecast today has a couple spritzes of rain from time to time. the st. patrick's day is down town around noon. fifty-nine degrees.
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light rain drops but for the most part i think it's going to be ok. the heavier chance of rain is going to be here in 12 hours. we'll see that by 3:00 o'clock our chance will start to increase especially into the evening. the rain becomes more wide spread and temperatures fall into the 50s. certainly a lot warmer than last night and this morning. now coming up here we're talking about more rain on sunday better chances. we'll time those out and when we could see temperatures in the 70s shortly guys. >> brandon, thank you. >> donald trump will make two stops in ohio. the first in dayton. >> this is ahead of tuesday winner take all in ohio and megan more live at the dayton international airport where the republican candidate will be. good morning to you megan. you know what? we got here early but there's a
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the people at the front of the line told me they came from covington. they've been here since 1:00 o'clock this morning. doors are supposed to open around 7:30 but the event starts at 10:00 o'clock. this morning. just yesterday governor kasich was campaigning in dayton. there's a lot at stake. both are competing for ohio's 66 delegates and the winners take all. a candidate needs to one 1,20037 delegates to win the republican nomination -- and trump is leading with 459 and kasich has claimed 54. it looks to be a tight race between the two. both says ohio is a must win. >> i think we're going to do really well in 34ed da. it's my second home -- florida. i love florida. i love florida. special place and think we're going to do really well. i think we're going to do really
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>> the key to me so high i don't -- if i win ohio -- more press more attention more focus on who i am and my experience. >> after today's rally in dayton trump is scheduled to head to cleveland for a rally at 2:00 p.m. again like i said we got here early but clearly people are very excited to meet trump in person to be able to get to see him. they've been here like i said the first people in line have been here since 1:00 o'clock. so we'll see how today ends up and back to you. >> thank you very much meg. a very patient crowd there in deed. we'll have you covered in dayton. just keep checking back with us at local 12 and local12.com. >> governor kasich in ohio. he's the keynote speaker at a pancake breakfast. he is said to speak at
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the breakfast is a fund-raiser. rubio doesn't think he'll beat kasich but he understands why some may be motivated to cast their ballot for kasich. >> clearly kasich has a better chance to win ohio and if a voter concludes that voting for john kasich is -- gives us the best chance to stop donald trump i anticipate that's what they'll do. >> rubio is campaigning in florida which holds it's primary tuesday. >> i will be in sharonville. >> meanwhile on the democratic side hillary clinton will be represented in the queens city as well. former president bill clinton is coming to town for a get out the vote rally. that will take place at the freedom center. doors open at 9:15. hillary's campaign has not released details about when the former president will actually speak but people who are voting
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out from the other candidates. >> right now you're seeing a lot of rhetoric and i inflammatory statements that might not be a whole lot of substance -- but think hillary has the substance together distance. >> there could be less confusion after tuesday. whatever happens it will take more primaries for democrats and republicans to get closer to rallying around any candidate. >> if you are 18 years old by november you will be allowed to vote in tuesday's ohio primary a judge ruled yesterday upholding state law a group of teens actually sued secretary of state. he argued that since voters are electing delegates they should not be allowed to vote. well it's the fundamental right that i have and i'm glad i'm able to exercise it. >> one person can make a difference and their vote or their voice will matter.
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statement saying there would not be enough time to appeal the decision before tuesday's election so he is directing all county boards of election across ohio to allow 17 year olds who turn 18 on or before november tuesday. >> an explosive situation is different fused in a tri-state home. police found explosive devices when they arrested a man at his home this morning. a call about a domestic situation initially brought police there. officers shocked the man with a taser. they say the amount of explosives did not pose an immediate danger to neighbors. >> the community looking toward a brighter future. devastating fire destroyed it's landmark. the general store last month. the firefighters say it could have started the fire by a pot
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colonel stewart and historical society teaming up to help rebuild that store. stewart has many memories and as soon as he heard about the fire he said he wanted to spring into action. >> when i saw the news come over the airwaves i began crying. i'm very emotional old guy and i just sat there and cried and said something has to happen. so two days after that i was down talking to president of the historic society and i said donnie what can we do? we got to do something and this is what came out of that conversation. >> that event today at colonel d's new store in fort thomas from noon until seven. general admission is $75 including two drink tickets local bands a silent auction outside and a tent in case it rains. >> xavier fans waking unless
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they lost in the big east tournament. seton hall beat them. xavier went scoreless for three minutes. seton hall built a lead. seton hall will play villanova. saint patrick's day coming to year. the saint patrick's day parade starts at noon at central avenue t route runs along snail river front park and ends at freedom way. organizers say the change is a way to highlight the development along the river. >> still ahead we have major flooding concerns. we're going to show you why thousands are being forced out of their thems the south. >> plus it's all about progress -- their homes.
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good morning cincinnati. welcome back. twelve minutes after 5:00 o'clock on this saturday morning 49 degrees. you're looking at cam shot of down cincinnati. brandon says rain is coming towards the evening. he'll have your forecast in a bit. speaking of rain flood warnings are raising alarms and prompting evacuations. heavy rain has forced rivers and streams up and over their banks. >> one of the areas in greatest danger is louisiana. david has the latest. >> the deadly storm pun shipping the south unleashed another round of torrential rain overnight -- thousands of people have been forced from their homes in northern louisiana. more than 20 inches of rain has fallen this week. >> you need sandbags right? >> we road along with national guard staff sergeant. they were delivering sandbags
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>> last night evacuation in the neighborhood were voluntary. the national guard then get angela and her two daughters to safety but their 22-year-old son jimmy stayed behind. the fears grew the levies would breach. >> we got to get everybody we can on the truck because this is mandatory. >> they went back to get angela's son. >> it's mandatory. >> four people joined them as this area braces for potentially life-threatening flooding. flooding this severe is rare in this part of louisiana. chris perkins isn't from here but he came to help. >> just helping the neighborhood. it's hard seeing these people struggle i mean. why not do something good? >> dramatic pictures. louisiana's governor got an up close look at flooding -- the state remains under a state of emergency. >> manhunt continues for the gunman accused of killing six people at backyard barbecue in
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three other people were hurt. the district attorney says it was premeditated calculated and planned. police are staying quiet. people who live near the scene are in shock this happened in their community. >> i've been in a family where there's been tragedy and they need everything they can get. you know god is on their side. >> my heart has been heavy ever since i heard of this and i was riding past and i said i'm going to stop and say a prayer. >> district attorney said retaliation ship or drug connection may be a motive. ballistic tests show the gunman fled on foot. >> six new elephants are in kansas. they landed in wichita yesterday after making that long trip from africa to dallas. they're part of a group of 17 coming to three zeus in america. other elephants are going to call has and omaha, nebraska --
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from animal rights groups. >> two moms are battling it out in baby boot camp. they started out on a three months competition last month. now they're at the halfway point. audrey and her friend courtney are competing against a dozen moms in this challenge. each week is a new focus. and a new challenge. both of the women say they're starting to see a difference in energy levels and strength. >> the whole first month it might have been just a shock to my system after a long winter of blah and now so maybe i won't see those numbers continue but i am going to continue everything else i'm doing so maybe by the end i'll have 20 pounds gone which would be really big. >> there's only one month left in the challenge. courtney says it shows you can be capable of a lot of things and you can be really strong not just? this but life. >> i love that blah.
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>> still ahead if you like music we will preview some events happening out and about around the queens city. >> people in texas are dealing with a little animal causing really big problems. we'll tell you how they plan to deal with prairie dogs in the area. >> we're dry so far this morning but how long is it going to last?
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thunderstoorms good morning cincinnati. texas leaders working hard to stop their prairie dog problem. they say the animals are hurting parks and residents. the prior rye dog borough which causes trips and fall problems -- and chew up electrical lines underneath the park. people in the area have put the animals in place they call prairie dog town and people i think they're cute.
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they're beautiful here at the park but boy can they be hazardous. >> my mom said the other night she looked outside at 10:30 at night and they live in the suburban area and she goes to the door and a deer was on the front porch chilling hanging out. >> we're building into their areas so i can imagine it's a bit of a problem. >> we're seeing a lot of animals with nicer weather. >> it seems like winter is over right? >> feels like it. >> we were hoping. >> that's what we're hoping -- we have cooler weather and we'll get to that in a moment but first we want to talk about all the rain. louisiana 18 inches of rain can you believe it? >> we saw that. >> they're getting a small break right now. there's not a lot going on in clouds and radar over mississippi where they've been hardest hit but later on we could see heavy spots and
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new orleans up to memphis and northeastern arkansas. that's as close as these flood watches get to us because the rain is not going to be as heavy here as they're seeing down there repeated rains over and over. we're dry over downtown right now. look at our temperatures overnight. last night at 9:00 o'clock it hasn't been dropping all that much. the reason for that is we have a lot of clouds around that tends to keep our temperature steady over night and we're sitting at 49 at the airport. a little cooler towards lunken. forty-seven in middletown. fayetteville 46 degrees. we're completely dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. the only showers are to the soufth. there's a couple breaks in the clouds -- south. here's showers from evansville bed doubting can and bowling green. the problem is there's a layer of dry air -- paducah.
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so after the noon hour i know the parade is going on. the st. patrick's day at noon. i think we're going to be ok. be prepared for a slight rain drop. sixty-three by 2:00 o'clock. still having small rain chances in forecast. rain chances increase after five, 6:00 o'clock and into the evening. o'clock. day. south. degrees because they cleared out the clouds. remember i was talking about how the clouds keep the temperature steady and higher. they had clearing. fifty-two in lexington. clouds holding strong in the southeast where we have more moisture pulling in from the gulf of mexico 60s from knoxville to memphis. that's the air mass that's moving in here later on today. we're mainly dry this morning. notice how they're fizzling out. i think our computer model is doing a pretty good job with some of that fizzling out. but we're still locked in with clouds.
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but not a whole light. 60s. better rain chances move in tonight. also notice how it's hit and miss could become steady for a brief time early tomorrow morning. i know the heart mini is going on tomorrow morning around 10:30 or noon initial. we'll still have rain from time to time. you'll need your umbrella sunday morning. sunday afternoon we could see pop up thunderstorms from time to time. we could put down brief heavy rainfall but we're not expecting flooding going on. that's the good news. especially as we get towards tuesday. we're drying out. seventy-three degrees. sixty-three by wednesday. we're cooling off a little bit back into the 50s. that's where we should be. offer average is in the low 50s. don't forget the clock. we spring forward one hour. >> losing one. >> we've not forgotten that.
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ear working weekends. >> thanks, brandon. >> taking life by the strings. you can tap into your musical side. jen dalton is going to preview those for you coming up next on (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president
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to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. hey everybody it's 5:23, 49 outside on this saturday morning. thank you for sharing your day with us this early start. it is a little bit hazy this morning as you can see. but it is going to be dry this morning and then things are changing. brandon orr will update our forecast coming up. in the meantime if you're going to be out and about jen dalton has ideas for you. >> good morning. if you love get tears there are three different events -- get tears. first you could see california guitar trio. they are famous for exploring rock, jazz, classical and world
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it throws in the occasion nall surf or spaghetti western -- occasional. the show starts at 8:00 and tickets start at $20. >> then sunday the cincinnati guitar show will take place at the sharonville convention center and will feature 7,500 square feet of vendors selling new and used vintage and collector get tears. admission is $8 for adults and kids 12 and under are free. >> and finally sunday night experience helped drinks show. it's going to take place at the taft theater downtown. the multi artist celebration features ledge jen dairy artists who gather to pay homage to hendricks -- legendary. they'll be many ledge jepdz in
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>> you can find full information >> thank you works jen. >> coming up on cincinnati saturday -- thank you jen. >> one local school district a shooting. >> plus the luck of the irish. we're going to tell you where to celebrate the saints patrick day. >> donald trump making a trip to ohio in dayton. we're going to have much more on
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ohio tthis ohio governor kasich will be this the tri-state today. hear why the presidential candidate believes he can win the ohio primary next week. >> madison local school district moving forward. we'll tell you how they're implementing safety measures. >> we're going to have megan moore live in dayton with the today. lots of excitement. >> thank you for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. first a quick check with your weather. >> hey, liz. we're dry so far this morning at least. that will not be the case later on this evening but if you have outdoor plans i wouldn't cancel
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today will be dry. there's only hit and miss showers later on today and this evening. that's when rain chances really go up. you can see we're dry over downtown on the atrium medical sterpt weather camera looking nice. it's chilly out -- center. it's above average for this time off year. so a lot of temperatures across the area into the 40s -- carrolling on the was 50 and it's down into the 40s -- carroll on the. we're dry on presix doppler 12 h.d. and we don't expect showers -- precision doppler. there's two areas of rain that i'm watching one is western kentucky this is what we're expecting to break up a little bit but it may produce rain drops here or there. so the st. patrick's day parade
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drop or two. i don't think it's going to be heavy. the saint patrick's day they go rain, shine no matter what is going on. they could be snowing. they never cancel for that thing. down south this is what we're watching later on today. you see moisture coming up in areas where they don't need it. we're talking about mississippi louisiana are still getting in on some rainfall where they still have flash flood watches going on. so we'll be watching out for rain later on today. we're going to time that out hour by hour talk about how high the temperatures go because the 70s are making a come back guys. >> thank you very much, brandon. >> new this morning cincinnati police investigating a fatal accident in north side. it happened about last -- 11:30 on hamilton avenue near argue giel place. cheryl 53 was ejected from her vehicle and died at the hospital and the driver of the other car
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>> governor kasich -- was not hurt. >> governor kasich will speak at the sharonville convention center to local republican leaders. the breakfast is a fund-raiser for the republican party. kasich has said he has no worries and he will get the votes tuesday. >> yeah we're going to win ohio erin but we taking no for granted. we're up 400,000 jobs, our credit is good. we're running a surplus. wages are growing national -- larger than the national average. i think the record will be the difference here. i understand the state but i want to tell you erin we're leaving no stone unturned. we're crisscross thing state. we're doing many town halls -- crisscrossing the state. >> local 12 will carry john kasich live on local12.com. >> hillary clinton will be represented by former president
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for a get out the vote rally at freedom center. doors open at 9:15. hillary clinton's campaign hasn't released details about when the former president will speak. >> ohio attorney general mike dewine dealing another set back-to-back customers of illegal marijuana. he's rejected an issue to put it on the ballot. he said there were problems with the language in the proposed amendment this was submitted by a group and a group out of washington, d.c. trying to get ballot. >> madison junior seen year high school not wasting time to get more security -- senior a students. students will be checked at random as they enter the building the school district said they're thinking about adding a second resource officer weapons.
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limb foam that society the race to any place takes off at the mason community center. teams of 412 people will work together -- those who battle blood cancer will be honored. it starts at 8:00 and goes until two this afternoon. >> and one of the biggest races of the year taking over downtown cincinnati tomorrow. twenty-seven thousand made the heart mini marathon last year. local 12 was proud to sponsor the event. it researchers heart disease and stroke. this year's fund raising goal $3.4 million. you can register today from 9:00 to 5:00 and tomorrow the first race starts at 730 in the morning. we'll hear from organizers about what you can do leading up to the race. >> still ahead saying a big thank you.
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good morning cincinnati. republican donald trump will be making stops in ohio. today he'll be in dayton and cleveland. megan moore is live at dayton international airport where trump is set to speak.
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>> good morning, adam. that's right. if this line keeps growing and growing i told you at 5:00 o'clock the first lady spoke to in line came from covington. they've been here since 1:00 o'clock this morning but yeah i'll step out of the way here. you can see that the line is quite long. it's extending out into the parking lot. of course today governor kasich and donald trump will be battling it out as tuesday's primary inches closer. it's a close race between the two. looking ahead to the trump rally is question is whether or not we'll see violent episodes like we have seen protesters clash with trump supporters. most recently was last night in chicago. that was postponed because of safety concerns. another example was thursday north carolina where a man was arrested for punching a protester at a rally. donald trump says he doesn't
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>> i hope not. i truly hope not. people come with tremendous passion and love for the country and they see what's going on in this country. they have anger that's unbelievable. >> and again this event is starting today at 10:00 a.m. going back to the lady i talked to earlier this morning. she said that she said a prayer before she came here today hoping that everything you know doesn't get out of hand but of course we will see what happens as it starts this morning again 7:30. people have been waiting in line in the event starts at 10:00 o'clock but we'll be out here all morning. send it back to you. protest. what you saw last night in rally. are there any signs of protests being organized out there? >> you know seeing everybody out here it's been tame.
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to in line a lot of them are here in support of trump but no we haven't seen any activity yet. of course we don't know what will happen as it gets lighter out and this event gets closer to starting but we'll keep an eye out and let you know. >> thanks so much megan. we'll have you covered at the rally in dayton. keep checking back with local 12 and local12.com. >> thank you, adam a former high school -- ohio football player saying thank you to his medical team that helped him get back on his feet. he said the team at wellington ortho peed detectives has given him the hottest procedure -- replacing his ankle joint. >> i played at ohio state underwood did haze a long time ago. >> -- ken could barely walk. >> i had season tickets and it's
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three advils over and three advils back. >> by the time he consulted an -- >> to walk without pain. to the side. >> the doctor was able to see what was causing the pain. >> he is rubbing bone on bone. painful joint. >> we send that scan to the people at wright medical and they put together a pre-operative plan that is specific to the patient which is the newest thing. >> as this animation shin courtesy of the wright medical team shows they send back a customized replacement kit -- perfectly fit. >> so it tells us what size the prosthesis should be how many pieces we should put up into the leg to make it stable and gives us a three dimensional replica of their ankle actual replica.
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it can be placed partly through the he'll into his ankle during a procedure that takes a few hours. immediately following the procedure of course he needed rehab and time for recovery but he said right after that he noticed a big difference and he could step without pain. >> i was hoping for the ability to walk pain free for a distance. this is beyond my wildest dreams. it's incredible. great to hear. most cases this helps avoid a fusion in the ankle and these have been around for a while but this new 3d replica technology is making it a lot more reliable. >> a new nature trail has opened in the park. a ribbon cutting was held for the john boles nature trail. it was rebuilt and cleared to making easier to access and prevent flooding. the trail runs between the shelter and pavilion.
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be able to fix state roads and bridges without raising taxes. the 800 million dollar plan will tap into the state's budget reserve. it shifts gas money gas tax money to infrastructure building building. the bill goes to the governor for signature. >> kind of a strange job. hundreds of people want to be a tortoise walker. we're going to tell you why. >> tough loss for the muskies.
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time for morning sports. hope your saturday is off to great start. we start with the big east get together in the big apple. last night xavier taking center stage at madison against the pirates of seton hall. the pirates go outside. muskies down 11. didn't shoot that well. had a lot of turnovers. in the second x making a come back. trayvon. next possession edmund to james gets the bucket to lead down to seven. bill murray gives his approval. the hall responded. dez si with the hoop and the lead was back to double digits -- tough loss xavier falls for
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their slim chances all but gone -- seton hall. >> it's going to be awfully top to -- tough to top the one we saw yesterday. bear cats and huskies 60 minutes of heart pounding heart stopping and in the end heart breaking basketball a thriller that went four over times before uconn sealed the deal. pick it up in the second overtime. what a game it was for troy cope pain -- he drives and the left hand under goes 75 to 73. third overtime could pain goes outside. tied at 78. -- cope pain takes to it the rack another clutch bucket. eighty-five to 84 bear cats. career high 37. into third overtime we're tied. the cats miss but kick it back out to kevin johnson. he nails the three with eight-tenths of a second to play but uconn had one final shot. jaylen adams with room to catch
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beats the buzzer. did he have enough time? that three was good. we go to overtime number four tied at 88 in the fourth o.t. points. what a tough which to lose for the bear cats dropping. it's 104 97. nick cronin not pleased with the timing. >> -- i felt we won the game and the game was taken away from us so that's my opinion. in .8 you can't take the ball and shoot it. -- you can't shoot with n with enough force and shoot it in .8 seconds. the clock didn't start nearly on time. i've watched it five times so it's unfortunate that happened to my kids. >> do you think your players relaxed after that shot went in. >> no i think my players know a guy can't catch the ball turn
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shoot it with force in .8 seconds. wow so are the bear cats on the bubble again? many think their 20 second win got them there. their scheduled strength 69. expect the cats to get a ticket to the big dance. that will do it. i'm brad steinkey. allie could wen will better here so go out and make it a great weekend on local 12 -- cohn. >> we're seeing clear skies at least north of downtown. in downtown we still have a lot of clouds but it's mostly cloudy. there's clear patches from time to time. and we're dry. that's the biggest news. we're not seeing anything on the atrium medical camera downtown. cincinnati is 49 degrees. there's some areas that are cool. wilmington is 43 degrees. the wind coming in out of the east and it's fairly light off towards the east.
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thing into the middle 40s. carrolton is the only thing on the map that is at 50 degrees this morning. we're going to warm up into the 60s today. unlike yesterday when we were struggling to hit 60. we're dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. we could see one or two rain drops around midday 1:00 o'clock. i think most of it is going to hold off because this rain is slowly pushing into the area. we'll start to dry up and we're waiting on round two. you'll notice on the forecast temperatures rise up to 61 degrees but 1:00 o'clock we start to see small rain chase -- chances. 65 will be our high at 4:00 o'clock. the rain chances increase after 6:00 o'clock. so if you want to get outside. you want do some things because it's going to be warm today i would do it early in the afternoon because our rain chances increase especially this evening. so maybe if you're going out to dinner you'll want your umbrella or rain jacket because the rain
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warmer air. you can see cool air to the north. thirty-eight in muncie, indiana there's a divide between the cooler air and warmer air but the warmer air is going to win out today. you can see how warm it is off to the west. about eight degrees warmer just in evansville. that's going to be pushing in later on today. you'll see 60s today from roanoke knoxville. that's going to move into our area but it's going to get warmer than that early next week. >> we have clouds around. notice the line of showers. you can see green dots that go back towards central illinois. some of this is going to try to move into our area but again we have dry air around so i think a couple rain drops more wide spread rain moves in after 6:00 o'clock tonight. even by then it's still scattered. we'll see more wide spread where it's steady at times early tomorrow morning. the heart mini around 10:00 o'clock this is 9:30. you still see some rain across the area hit and miss but it's
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much better chances of rain tomorrow versus today. it continues into sunday evening. we get a brief break early monday morning. but this is a second storm system that's on the way. that's going to be pushing in during the day monday. so we're going to see rain around to kick off the workweek. so the parade at noon the saint patrick's day parade downtown i think it's going to be ok. the rain moves in this evening. heart mini is going to be 68 degrees sunday and then you see rain from the second storm system monday but we dry out by tuesday. there's a chance of rain late tuesday evening. seventy-three degrees. can't complain about that. finally get temperatures near friday. don't forget to set your clocks back-to-back 70s. >> you saw the graphic we spring head. that means the sun is not going >> all right.
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you're out there looking for a job we've got a strange job out of new york. it's getting a lot of attention from hundreds of people asking for a tortoise walker. yes that's right. a tortoise walker. his name is henry. that's the tortoise. the owner is hunting for the right person to walk the 16-year-old tortoise in central park while she's at work. his owner says the person she hires should have reptile experience and will need to be able to lift him. he's about 16 to 18 pounds. you want to walk a turtle? >> that has to be thrilling. >> that would be quite the park. tortoise. -- >> i think if you're in the business of walk agg tortoise you'll take anything. >> that's a great idea. coming up. history coming alive. we'll take you inside a new jersey home where the owners had a surprise when they took a
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welcome back. good morning cincinnati. it's 49 outside. warming up for the next couple days and dry this morning. and then some rain moving in. brandon will highlight the forecast coming up in a couple mobile minutes. -- he reminds us to spring
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>> it's a story years in the making. >> one new jersey home has a special secret. >> when jerry wilson moved into his new jersey home built in 1951 he had no idea how much attic wall. >> we had a contractor come. he saw a trunk pushed up against the side wall. >> beat up leather trunk seven decades old packed with love letters tell grams service medals hospital scrubs and a world war ii nurse. >> an inch credible time capsule. >> wilson set out to find her family. -- he found she was married to walter mcgarry. >> we're looking for jew gene mcgarry and if you have parents named walter and than please
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>> the trunk handed over to mcgarry and his sister now solving a pudz zell piece to his parent's love story -- puzzle. >> i knew she was a nurse during world war. i knew my father was in the war. he was wounded in action in the battle. what i didn't know is how they got together. >> the couple met while than was stationed in augusta georgia but neither talk about their service days. >> there's a diary. my mother started it when she entered the army in june of 45. >> a pencil an army hat newspaper clippings items that may seem mun dane but they're a glimpse into a past mcgarry didn't know -- >> the idea of fully in love meeting under those conditions and then getting married pretty amazing. >> and quite possibly they had never found out.
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>> well, we have seen pat -- saint patrick's day coming early. we're going to to look at the changes in the parade going on. >> the potentially explosive situation different fused in a northern kentucky home and investigators are glad they got there in time. >> donald trump makes a campaign stop ahead of tuesday's winner
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megan more will tell us why
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line here at the dayton international airport for their chance to meet donald ump. we'll have the details coming up. >> a very dangerous arrest. what police found in a man's basement after he had charged at police. >> and downtown going green today. we're going to tell you about the new route for the saint patrick's day parade. hard to believe. thank you for waking up with us and good morning. i'm liz bonis. >> i'm adam clements. we're going to have much more. lots going on today. first we want to check the forecast in case you have outdoor plans. here's brandon orr with your weather. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> there's a lot going on this morning. a lot of outdoor activities going on this weekend too. dry now and it's going to stay that way throughout the morning as we get into the afternoon we start to see rain chances slowly inch their way upward. especially by this evening. 49 degrees is where we're starting this morning. so it's chilly compared to what we've been used to. not so much compared to v a ridge.
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it's cooler than that in some areas. we're in the 40s in the region. so we're dry on radar right now. precision doppler 12 h.d. doesn't have a shower out there quite yet. as we go into the afternoon that will change from -- by noon to 2:00 o'clock we could see a couple rain drops move in. this is not going to be a soaker. as we get towards 3:00 o'clock we're at 64 degrees. we'll top out in the 60s today. rain chances increase after 6:00 o'clock today. and especially into the evening hours. as we have more moisture moving in. not a lot down south until you get down towards the northern gulf coast. that's our next batch of rain. we're going to have a heart mini tomorrow. we're going to over when we could return to the 70s in the
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adam and liz. >> brandon thank you. >> we start with big news out of chicago. >> a trump rally had to be postponed due to protesters. the republican presidential candidate didn't want to see people hurt or have something worse happen. it was scheduled at the university of illinois at chicago. supporters and protesters packed into the campus arena and for the first time this has happened the billionaire businessman's white house run he appeared that -- to have an equal number from protesters and supporters. many protesters at the event said that their goal was to stop trump from speaking. and donald trump is going to be in dayton. it is one of two stops he's making in ohio. >> this is ahead of tuesday's winner take all primary in the buckeye state. megan moore is at the airport as preparations are being made for trump's visit. you say some people have been
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morning? >> that's right. a few people that are right at the front of the line have been here since one this morning. they came from covington but we got here before 5:00 o'clock. this line keeps growing. it's wrapping around to the back parking lot here. you can see a lot of trump supporters in line. again this is set to start here at 7:30. so we're still an hour and a half away. well exactly that's when the public can go inside. it starts at 10. but just yesterday governor kasich was campaigning in dayton. there's a lot at stake. both are competing for ohio's 66 delegates and winner takes all. the candidate needs to win 1,00037 candidates and trump is leading with 459 and kasich has claimed 54 -- here in ohio it's a tight race between kasich and trump. ohio is a must win. >> i think we're going to do
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it's my second home i love florida. i love florida. i love florida special place and i think we're going to do really well -- i think we're going to do really well in ohio. >> the key for me is ohio. i have to win ohio. if i win ohio i get more press more attention more focus on who i am what my experience is. >> and after today's rally trump is scheduled to go to the cleveland. that's set to be about 2:00 o'clock today but again back here at the dayton international airport many people as you see are in line already and from the looks of it most of them are trump supporters. we haven't seen anybody protesting here this morning just yet. of course that's something we will be looking for in case things get rowdy but going back to people we talked to this morning they told me that they said a prayer before they came out here because they've been
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some rallies have gotten violent. they're hoping that doesn't happen today. >> big day in ohio as we head toward the primary tuesday. we'll have you covered at that rally in dayton. keep checking back with local 12 and local12.com. >> as you mentioned a big day because another republican governor kasich will be the keynote speaker at a pancake breakfast in sharonville. that breakfast is a fund-raiser for the republican party. the speech is scheduled to start about 9:30. we will carry his speech live on star 64 and stream it on local12.com. >> democratic candidate clinton will be represented today as well. former president clinton is coming back to town for a get out the vote rally. it will take place at the freedom center. that will take place at 9:15. hillary clinton has not released
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>> if you will be 18 by the time the general election rolls around in november you will be allowed to vote in tuesday's ohio primary. the secretary of state was sued by teenagers. he argued since voters are electing delegates rather than nominees they should not be allowed to vote. >> it's the fundamental right i have and i'm glad i'm able to exercise it. >> one person can make a difference. that their vote or choice will matter. >> they issued a statement there will not be enough time to appeal so he's directing all boards of election to allow 17 year olds who turn 18 on or before november 8th to be allowed to vote tuesday. >> police very concerned about county. not only did a man allegedly charge at officers but afterwards explosives were found in the man's basement.
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scary incident on courtney road near clinton. >> -- ruby driveway is a mess after police spent time inside and outside the home. what started at a domestic call ended with jeremiah ruby being tased and cuffed. for that he was charged with menacing and resisting arrest. then officers went inside. there they found drug paraphernalia pipes and methamphetamine get a mean and explosive devices dekroi -- decoy explosives and a detective said they were not recreational explosives or fireworks. neighbors didn't wish to go on camera but they didn't know ruby that well but one man did say his kids often play with ruby's children and that ruby's wife is friendly toward them. reporting. ruby is being held on $5,000
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court on thursday. >> helping a historic landmark rebuild is the goal of the rabbit hash bachl. it was destroyed by a fire last month. there's a silent auction that will be held at colonel d's herbs and spices in fort thomas. today they'll feature a pig roast, live music and cash bar from noon until seven. >> another fund-raiser to honor the memory of a fallen marine. mark died in 2009 while serving in iraq. the high school graduate would have turned 32 today. his family is holding a spaghetti dip near on route 74 in mount carmel. cost $10. money will go to a scholarship in his name. >> this year marks the 50th annual maple syrup festival at the houston woods state park.
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syrup in ohio and today is the last day. visitors can have all you can eat pancakes for breks fast and breakfast. you can take a hay ride and hike through the big woods. the nature center expected to be open and of course maple syrup day. >> well we are talking saint patrick's day. today the chair of the irish will fill the streets of downtown. the 50th annual saint patrick's day parade kicks off at noon they're doing a new routine to show off a new developments near the banks. it will go down along the river. watch for the road closures in the area starting early this morning. >> remembering a beloved first lady. highlights from the fup all for
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we'll show you those just ahead. >> first a scary scene in uey vil -- louisville. take a look at that vehicle that slammed into a hillary clinton: you know, in america, if you work hard, you're supposed to be able to get ahead, no matter who you are or where you started out. but too many barriers hold back our families. instead of affordable college we have skyrocketing debt.
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but ceo pay keeps rising. and instead of good paying jobs, millions of americans are stuck. wall street and big financial interests, along with drug companies, insurance companies, big oil companies. the indifference, the negligence. that' s what i want to take on. i'm running for president to root out all of these barriers, because i think america can only live up to its potential when we make sure that every american has a chance to live up to his or her potential. i'm hillary clinton,
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(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, but that's how some seem to be dealing americans work hard, so our next president
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to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. good morning cincinnati. thirteen minutes after six. forty-nine degrees outside. hasn't budged in the past hour. things are going to warm up a little bit. a little rain this evening. brandon orr is going to have your forecast in just a bit. well some parents in louisville got a troubling phone call saying an s.u.v. crashed into their children's day-care center. >> after the s.u.v. came to rest on top of a jeep yesterday it started to leak gas spreading fear of a potential fire the driver told paramedics he has diabetes and low blood sugar caused him to pass out.
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children inside were not hurt either. >> the director did a wonderful job of immediately going into emergency mode and got the children to the back of this building safely and calmly. >> people who live in that area say there have been a lot of accidents right in that particular stretch of road. >> she was known for elegance and grace as our first lady and as the world said good-bye the crowd was filled with dignitaries. during yesterday's funeral former president george bush michelle obama and three other former first ladies. the service was held at the presidential library. their love was in every tribute. >> she had a loved and she loved more one man more than the world. >> she was laid to rest next to her husband who had given specific instructions that they be buried side by side with a
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>> they wanted to be close enough to hold hands. >> conference tournament action for local teams. we're going to tell you how xavier did in new york city and how about that game u.c. had overtime not once, twice, three times, four over times. >> flooding down south. the latest on hundreds of people having to get out of their homes in both mississippi and louisiana. >> and rain is coming but it's not going to arraign all day long. i'll tell you the best time to get in you're out door plans
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flooding in that region. in mississippi a thousand people could see their homes flooded in louisiana more rain expected to fall today although not as much as the area saw over the past week. yesterday hundreds had to get out of their homes in southeastern louisiana as well. in other parts of the state rain swollen waters washed-out the bridges. it completely submerged roads. you see them driving in that. >> that's pretty drastic. >> and it happens so quickly and you tell people not to drive in it but they can't stay where they are. >> right. we're talking 18 inches of rain rainfall. there's people who lived in their house many years passed down and never saw anything like this. >> and we have never seen it. it's hard to believe. oh, it's not going to happen. >> until it does when you get 18 inches of rain in a short period of time and they're still going to get rain later on today. >> that's scary.
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chess and warnings -- flash flood watches and warnings in new orleans through louisiana and western tennessee near memphis. the counties in green are getting a break right now. they just have light rain ongoing in parts of the area. you can see that rain will push in our direction. it's not going to be as heavy as what we're seeing across much of the area down there. so we're not going to see nearly as much rainfall as what they're seeing in some areas. >> you you can see some rain on radar that continues to push north and east -- it will move in but we have dry air. so that's why we don't have rainfall that's going to change. especially later on this evening. that's our best chance for rain. we're dry across downtown. it's going to stay that way for sometime. we're chilly compared to what we've been used to. 49 in cincinnati. forty-six in hamilton 44 in batavia --
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temperature trend this is from the international airport. since 9:00 o'clock it hasn't dropped off. it was dropping and that's when we hit 49 degrees. we're still sitting at 49. since we have clouds around it keeps our temperature steady and higher than what it would be if we had clear skies. if we had clear skies it would be into the upper 30s. the clouds around are not producing rainfall. this band from evansville moving into bowling green is going to try to push into southeastern indiana we could see rain drops from time to time but with the dry air in place i think we're going to be ok. just an isolated chance of a few rain drops after the noon hour to 2:00 o'clock or so. sixty-three degrees. we'll warm up to middle 60s. for high temperatures 65. right between three and 5:00 o'clock hour. after 5:00 o'clock especially after six that's when our rain chances start to increase.
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maybe go dinner you want to keep in mind those rain chances are going to bump up as we hit sunset. we're hitting 60 degrees in bowling green. they're right around 58. temperatures around three degrees warmer during this time yesterday. almost 10 degrees yesterday in evansville. so that's the push of warmer air moving in our area already into the 60s across the deep south. so here's that first push of rain. you see that band of light rain this morning. and especially around midday. that's that slight rain chance for light rain drops. look how it becomes more scattered as we go into the afternoon hours meaning bumping our rain chances up a little bit. it could come wide spread overnight into sunday morning. unfortunately for the heart mini. soon. this is one storm system you condition see the spin a little bit with that one. monday. so we have two storm systems back-to-back to deal with and that's why our rain chances keep
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so the heart mini no matter if you're doing the 5k the kids run at 1130 or the walk at noon it's going to be raining at least on and off throughout that time period but at least it's going to be warm. it's not going to be cold for the heart mini. we're going to be in the 60s and 70s by tuesday. >> we've had a few years where it's been almost snowing. so while the rain isn't great -- >> it's nice to run-in the rain. >> it will take until late next week to cool back down the 50s. >> we have big time sporting events. jen dalton is going to have some
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out and about on who want safer gun laws and who are disappointed in leaders who stand in their way to remember come election time. i share president obama's outrage. with the courage to stand up to the nra. i'm p.g. sittenfeld. in the senate, i'll fight
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ban assault weapons. i approve this message because ted strickland will never stand up to the nra. i will. good morning everyone. it's going to be a great weekend and there's lots of fun things to do. here's a couple ideas for you. first the cincinnati cyclones are going to take on the mall
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that means you can bring your four legged friend to the arena -- dog tickets must be purchased prior to 4:00 p.m. the famous wiener dog races are going to take place during the first inter mission and the puck will drop at 7:30 -- >> tonight the cincinnati roller girls kicks off their tenth season against the rock rock city. >> they feature the varsity and junior varsity games. >> and the association for india development will host it's 19th taste of india -- it will be two to five and admission is free.
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food and bali wood performances displays and booths -- and i would love to go to the that. for more information and a whole lot more go to local12.com. have a great weekend. >> thank you, jen. >> a step back for medical marijuana in ohio. the reason the i did specter general rejekd it -- inspector general rejected it. >> people get ready to run-in the heart mini. we'll see the man who has benefitted from this fund-raiser that fights heart disease. >> first donald trump in dayton.
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megan more next on good morning good morning cincinnati. the line continues to grow here at the dayton international airport as many prepare for a morning. >> a set back for medical marijuana in ohio. the reason a petition to get the issue on the ballot has been rejected. >> the heart mini marathon
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we'll tell you how a local man has benefitted from this fund-raiser. >> rise and shine. thank you for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. >> first a quick check of the forecast a lot going on today with the parade and tomorrow with the heart mini. >> hi, brandon. >> hey, liz we have rain moving in but it's going to take time to get here. so i think a good chunk of today will be dry. there's going to be showers hit and miss early in the afternoon and it becomes more wide spread in the evening. look at the horizon. you can see a pch of clear skies there off into the distance -- a patch of clear skies. downtown. a nice and dry shot. forty-nine degrees in cincinnati. it's chilly but above average for this time of year. it's certainly cool the past couple nights. tonight. we won't make it down into the
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all of us are in the 40s. oxford was around 43. we're in the 40s in the region. no rain to talk oh, about yet on precision doppler -- no rain to talk about yet. scott dimick will be in later on. we'll have rain in the evening but not so much now because this rain that's in kentucky will dry up and break up as it starts to move in. that won't be the case this evening. the that's what the forecast shows. as we get to ward the middle of the afternoon the temperatures come up to the 60s -- once they fall to 60 that's when we have rain chances around sunset. coming up at 648 we're talking about rain for tomorrow because there's a better chance for rain sunday. we're going by the timing of that. we'll talk about 70s moving in and when they'll move out and when we get to average this time of year in the 50s in the planning forecast coming up in fifteen minutes, guys.
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>> cincinnati police are investigating a fatal accident. >> 53 year old woman was driving on hamilton avenue crossed the center line and hit car. she was not wearing her seatbelt was thrown from the car and died at the hospital the driver of the other car was not hurt. >> ahead of tuesday's primary trump will be making stops in oh high you. >> -- ohio. >> today he'll be in dayton and cleveland. megan moore is at the dayton international airport. you've been there a long time and you said people have been there before you got there. good morning, meg. >> good morning, liz. that's right. like i said earlier the first people in line told me they came from coverage on the. they've came at 1:00 o'clock this morning -- covington. the line continues to grow. i'm going to step out of the way so that you can see. they have some people passing out t-shirts and hats.
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a lot of them are trump supporters. how to this event is set to start at 10:00 a.m. but doors will be opening at 7:30. governor kasich and donald trump will be battling it out as tuesday's primary inches closer. ohio voters show it's a close race between the two. looking ahead the question is whether or not we'll see any violent episodes like we have at recent rallies where protesters have clashed with trump supporters. most recently it was in chicago. that rally was posed uponed because of safety concerns -- postponed. the other was in north carolina where man was videod punching man in the face. >> create a tone where this violence would be encouraged. >> i hope not. people come with tremendous passion and love for the country. they see what's going on in this country.
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>> and again this event is starting today at 10:00 a.m. it's free the public and doors are set to open in about an hour to the public. again this is a shot of the crowd outside of wright brothers arrow here at dayton international airport. you can see some people passing out shirts and hats. i think they're selling them now but this line continues to grow at the dayton international airport and we'll be here all morning and bring you the latest details as this grows and we'll see what this turns out to be but we'll send it out to you guys. >> very patient you go toed. thank you meg -- patient crowd. we'll have you covered the rally in dayton and keep checking back with local 12 and local12.com. >> ohio attorney general mike dewine has rejected another petition to put the issue on the november ballot.
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the language in the proposed amendment. this was submitted by a group out of washington, d.c. and they're trying to get it on the ballot. >> the state of ohio says the first four ohio agencies have adopted standards of use of deadly force by police this includes the police department and sheriff's office. the standards were created by governor kasich's police shootings? state. police can only use deadly force when defending themselves or other people from serious injury or death. all ohio law enforcement must year. >> indiana governor has trumped his anti-abortion petition but
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bill to ban abortions when they're motivated by race or disability. he hasn't made a decision he says. if he chooses not sign the measure -- it would still go into law unless he vetoes it. >> there will be a fund-raiser to raise the money for a local volunteer firefighter who passed away. monica was a volunteer and emt for 20 years. she was diagnosed with cancer and recently underwent a stem-cell transplant. she died this past week -- the benefit runs at the south gate community center. they'll have food, drinks guest speakers and raffles. >> the american heart association mercy heart mini marathon is tomorrow. this is expected to be the biggest race on record in the tri-state. >> when you see the crowds and teams you may realize that they've made a real difference every step and they raise a lot
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one team member was part of the mercy health team is sharing history to let us know more about the research and how it saves families. >> after years of struggling with heart problem he didn't know about kyle had open heart surgery and rehab for recovery. >> i'm not back to 100% yet but i'm definitely feeling better. >> doctor cook replaced a valve that was leaking in his heart -- with another one that looks like one of these. i'm looking at what here? >> these are mechanical valves. >> newer research has changed the outcome for people living with the valves. >> in the 50s before open heart surgery once you had symptoms from a bad valve at the end of three years everybody had died so this is a good surgery. it's a good example how we put people on normal life expectancy when we replace it. >> perhaps no one is more grateful than kyle.
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if i didn't get that valve i may not be alive today. >> so now kyle has decided he will pay it forward. he will be one of many 2,000 walking or running as part of the american heart association mercy health team and he's doing this for a very personal a reason. >> you see kyle works for 34ers say health with many of those you see here -- mercy health. without the money they raise along with thousands who run and walk in this race kyle knows he wouldn't likely get to see his children grow up. >> to both his coworkers and care takers he says a big thank you. he also says that those in the race were cheering on the sidelines that make a difference for every heart patient. >> each person is val many. i think each person that's struggling with those things you think about there's a life and desires and dreams and hopes that they have and so all of that goes into helping
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it's not just a number and statistic. >> well said. you can register on race day or sign up to support the mercy heart team. we have links with details at local12.com. more than $3 million expected to go education and research. >> well look who is here! we've got a darling little pet. you're going to meet this little guy. harry joining us from the spca. we have darling dogs up for adoption up and early and energetic.
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stay with us here j just time for your morning sports. we start with the big east in the big apple. xavier taking center stage at madison square garden against the pirates of seton hall. the pirates go outside. muskies down 11. had a lot of turnovers didn't shoot well. x trayvon drops the three. fifty-five to 46. next possession sumner to barr gets the bucket. bill murray gives his approval. later on the hall responded. rodriguez with the hoop and it was not meant for xavier falling to seton hall for the second
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the muskies slim chances at number one seed all but gone. tough night in the big apple. >> it's going to be tough to top the bear cats and huskies. sixty minutes of heart pounding heart stopping and in the end for the bear cats heart breaking basketball that went four over times before uconn sealed the deal. pick it up in the second overtime. what a game it was for troy -- copain. he drives and the left hand under goes 75 to 73. third overtime he goes outside the three ball goes down tied at 78 and then he takes to it the wrack clutch bucket. into the third overtime we're tied at 85 all. the cats miss but kick it back out to kevin johnston. he nails the three with eight-tenths of a second to play but uconn had one final shot
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shoot and he let's it slide beats the buzzer. did he have enough time? that three was good. we go to overtime number four tied at 88. in the fourth o.t. uconn danielle hamilton had 32 points and what a tough way to lose for the bear cats. they drop it in overtime. nick cronin not pleased with the timing. >> i felt we won the game. and the game was taken away from us so that's my opinion. in .8 you can't catch the ball take two steps and shoot it you can't catch it bring it below your race and shoot it 80 feet in .8 seconds the clock didn't start nearly on time -- i've already watched it five times sore it's unfortunate that that happened to my kids. >> do you think your players relaxed? >> no i think my players know a guy can't catch the ball turn
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shoot it in 80 feet in force with .8 seconds -- >> their bad loss many memphis their scheduled strength. expect the cats to get a ticket to the big dance sunday on local 12. >> that's sports. i'm brad steinke. allie cohn will be here tonight. >> go out and make it a great weekend. >> thank you, brad. we're joined by one of our favorites heir fry the spca. you have darling dogs. >> this is pippin mixed xhu what what -- chihuahua. >> he's got perfect ears.
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and offer training and now when you walk your dog we've got a great question from steve. >> steve asks with spring approaching what advice do you have for a dog owner like me with a tight budget and 240 pounds dogs. you talked about the winter. we have saw a mild weather. >> a little planning ahead. ounce of prevention worth a pound of cure. get to a vet tear yarn. make sure you -- veterinarian. make sure you get your dogs and cats examined. there are a lot of preventative products that will keep mosquitoes away from dogs. >> and they're specific. they're also prescription. that's why you would have to get to your veterinarian. a good exam for your animals is going to save you money in the long run. so when you plan ahead get these products utilize them properly. you're going to prevent your dog or cat from being bothered by the in s secretaries or getting
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>> they can't get everything -- bogged third by insects. for budgeting purposes pet food goes on sales cut the coupons out. that's what i do. when you go to buy your dog food you have to econ myself. >> you're harry -- you don't get it for free? >> no. >> buy the best product you can and get a name brand dog food. that's what i would recommend because the usable product there's not as much filler in that type of food so pay a little bit more and you'll get more digest guilty with the dog or cat food. >> yeah. we wouldn't want this guy to have fill letters. he's available when today? >> he'll be available noon -- out in sharonville. >> we're back in our next hour
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and cats. >> if you want to take the docs or cats outside brandon is here to tell you what kind of day you'll have. >> now is the time to get that done because the rain chances increase in the evening. we're seeing sunshine this morning. it's mostly cloudy meaning we have a couple breaks in the clouds. this is on our star 64 tower in college hill. forty-nine at the airport. it's been sitting there all morning. forty-six in hamilton. forty-four in wilmington. watt dave ya is 47 degrees. carrollton has been hovering between 49 and 50. that's the only 50 i've seen on the map all day long. we're in the 40s in the region. it doesn't matter where you're at we're all in the 40s and we're going to be warming up in the tri-state in the next couple hours. we're dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. that's ground clutter in
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we have to go down to to bowling green to get rain a lot of this will break up as it tries to move into the tri-state in southeastern indiana but we can't rule out a couple rain drops making it down the ground. saint patrick's day parade going on at noon. an isolated rain drop or two. it's going to be 63 degrees by 2:00 o'clock. i think we'll make it into the middle 60s by 4:00 o'clock. that will be our high temperature at 65. down to 60 at seven. we do have rain ongoing on or off specialty hi by this evening. that's when rain chances go up. i'll show you our computer model which has a good handle this is warmer air that's moving back into the area. we have a front that moves south. that cleared us out yesterday. that same front is moving back north as a warm front. it's bringing all the moisture along with it. you can see how much warmer sitcom paired to yesterday morning. about eight degrees warmer off to the west -- compared to
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so lots of clouds this morning. notice a couple showers trying to move in around the noon hour. these are light rain drops i'm expecting around midday. we're dry throughout the afternoon though. i wouldn't cancel outdoor plans. by the dinner hour we have more rain moving in. you can see yellows. meaning we could see a rumble or two of thunder that could be heavy at times. most of it will be light to moderate. look how wide spread it is. for the heart mini. this is a start of the 5k. we do have rain showers around. they're hit and miss nonetheless. there's rain showers. they're going to be light and i don't expect thunder and lightning sunday morning. we don't have the instability. as we go into the afternoon that could change. we have pop up thunderstorms. don't expect severe weather sunday or anywhere in the planning forecast. so while we have the very warm and mug combi conditions starting to move in. especially by the end of the weekend we're not looking at
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here's your forecast for the heart mini which we're expecting rainfall to be around by noon when the walk is going on. 66 degrees is much warmer than some other years where it's been a lot colder than that -- some more rain moves in monday. we dry out tuesday. that little bit of sunshine you can see what it does to our temperatures. 73 degrees and back down the 50s thursday and friday which is right where we should be. eight days until spring. next weekend. >> hard to believe it's here. >> fast. >> it's where we're should be. 53 degrees is still slightly above average. >> governor kasich in town. we're going to tell you about the pancake breakfast he's hosting next. >> an organization is bringing
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see donald trump at rally that starts at 10:00 a.m. -- >> diffusing a hazardous situation. police are glad after terrifying items were found at a home and diffused them. >> good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm liz bonis. >> i'm adam clements. we do have lots going on. meteorologist -- meteorologist brandon orr has your weather. better. you want to get out and do you're out door plans early because the rain chances increase this evening. we have sunshine. checkout the horizon there on the atrium medical camera. there's a little sun and enjoy it. >> it dropped down to 48 at the international airport. the wind is nice and calm so we're not dealing with windy
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a lot of us into the 40s. carrolton was the only area hitting 50 degrees and they have dropped to 49. we're in the 40s in the region. >> now we're dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. you may be seeing blue in wilmington. that's ground clutter. we don't have a whole lot going on. we may get rain drops around noon, one or 2:00 o'clock. the saint patrick's day parade will go on at noon. i don't expect much rainfall. mid-60s by later on today will be our high at 65. -- 65. we'll hit that around 4:00 o'clock. rain chances increase around six or 7:00 o'clock. you see the moisture pulling up from the gulf of mexico that's what's moving in here today. coming up at 718 we're timing tomorrow's rain as well because we have the heart mini and when
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down this time of year in the 50s. that's coming up in fifteen minutes. adam and liz. >> brandon, thank you. >> donald trump making two campaign stops the first in dayton. >> this ahead of tuesday's winner take all primary in ohio. megan moore is live at the dayton international airport where the republican presidential capped date will be in a little while. good morning, meg. >> good morning -- candidate. we got here early this morning just before five and there were a lot of people here at that time. some people have been here since 1:00 o'clock but the line has grown so much since we've been here. i'll give you a look behind me. this line zigzagged -- zigzags and there's 500 people here. the public will be allowed in at 7:30. it officially begins at 10:00 a.m. governor kasich was
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both are competing for ohio's 66 delegates and the candidate needs to win 1,00037 delegates. trump is lead withing 459 -- kasich has claimed 54 -- leading with. >> here there's a tight race between kasich and trump. both say ohio is a must win. >> i think we're going to do really well in florida. it's my second home. i love florida. i love florida special place and i think we're going to do really well. i think we're going to do really well in ohio. >> the key for me is ohio. if i whip ohio more press more attention more focus on who i am what my experience is. >> and after today's rally here in dayton trump is then scheduled to head to cleveland for a rally at 2:00 p.m. again this line continues to grow.
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trump. we have yet to see any protesters here but again the line is very long and from just from what we can see no protesters up this way. down. like we said that line extended down the road sec zagging in the parking lot and they will be going inside in less than an half hour. so it looks like a lot of people are here and we'll see how things go today. we'll send it back to you. >> meg i snow -- know there's usually a lot of security but can you tell us what you're seeing in addition to that? >> yeah when we got here early this morning we got to set up inside. it was about 4:30 this morning. they have the secret service. they have security inside. they had to do sweeps and everybody had to get out. they had canines out here just snuffing the area sniffing live
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so security definitely seems to be pretty tight here and i guess we'll see what happens once we get inside -- and what that like. >> quite a patient crowd. >> we'll have you covered today at the rally in dayton and there's several events here going on as well. check back with us on local 12 and local12.com. >> governor kasich is the keynote speaker this morning at pancake breakfast at sharonville convention center. the breakfast is a fund-raiser for the republican parties. rubio doesn't think he will beat kasich here in ohio. >> clearly john kasich has a better chance of winning ohio than i do and if a voter in ohio concludes that voting for john kasich gives us the best chance to stop donald trump i anticipate that's what they'll do.
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florida which will hold it's primary tuesday. >> local 12 will carry john kasich's speech this morning live on star 64 and local12.com. i will be there in person and have a full report on star 64 and local 12 news live at 11. >> meanwhile in the democratic side hillary clinton will be represented here as well. former president clinton is coming to town for a get out the vote rally at the freedom center. doors open at 9:15. hillary's campaign has not released details. people who are voting for hillary says she stands out from the other candidates. >> right now you're seeing a lot of rhetoric and inflammatory statements without a whole lot of substance but i think hillary distance. >> there could be less confusion in the presidential race after
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will take more primaries for democrats and republicans to get closer to rallying around any one candidate. >> if you are 18 years old by november you will be allowed to vote in tuesday's ohio primary. a judge ruled yesterday upholding the state's law. a group of teens sued secretary of state. he argued since voters are electing delegates they should not be allowed to vote. >> well it's the fundamental right that i have and i'm glad i'm able to exercise it. >> one person can make a difference and that's their vote and their voice will matter. >> secretary of state saying there would not be enough time to appeal the decision before tuesday so he's directing all county boards of election across ohio to allow 17 year olds who will turn 18 on or before vote tuesday. >> potentially explosive situation in -- is different
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police found explosive give vicees and bomb making materials when they arrested jeremiah ruby. a call brought them there. officers used a taser to get ruby into custody. the amount of explosives did not pose danger to neighbors. >> on the rabbit hash bash. rabbit hash community looking to a devastating fire that could have started by a pot belly stove. colonel stewart and the rabbit hash historical society will help rebuild the store. stewart has many memories and as soon as he heard about the fire he sprung into action. >> when i saw the news come over the airwaves i began crying. i'm very emotional old guy. and i just sat there and cried and thought there's something has to happen.
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down talking to donnie claire who's the president of the historic society and i said donnie, what can we do? we've got to do something. and this is what came out of that conversation. >> it will be today from noon until seven. general admission tickets are $75 including two drink tickets, a local band, lots going on outside and a tent in case it rains. >> why some parents were worried about their kids at a kentucky daycare. >> flood waters continue to rise
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it's going to be a pretty decent morning. rain and temperature rises. many people in louisiana are waking up nervous. water from the levies there being diverted but flooding risks now a major concern. 3,500 homes are in danger. evacuation has been under way and the city is deploying 38,000 sandbags. >> parents got a troubling phone call in louisville saying an s.u.v. crashed into their child's daycare and it wasn't just the crash. after the s.u.v. came to rest on top of a jeep it started to leak gas spreading fear of a fire. the driver had diabetes and low blood sugar caused him to pass out. he was not hurt and the 20 children inside were not hurt either. >> the director did a wonderful
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getting the children safely and calmly in the back. >> a girl put together a team for this weekends mini marathon heart mini. >> they are here to tell us about the race and a lot of activities going on today and tomorrow for good health. we'll tell you about it next on good morning cincinnati saturday. >> we're going to have the
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there's rain coming good morning cincinnati. a local college student is one of 25,000 people who will participate in this heart mini. >> this young college student wants you to know in an instant your whole life can change. she's walking in the heart mini. >> her training started out much like any other work out that day taylor just 18 was on the treadmill. >> i collapsed and went into cardiac arrest. my heart stopped. it took four attempts to restart her heart. a good thing. >> 13 minutes before emergency medical care came. >> she is here today however to
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meantime until emergency responders were able to transport her to the hospital everything works the team came together and came together because they knew something now that they want all of us to know. >> no one wants to feel e-- helpless and the greatest thing you can do is get certified. learn the training you know it's the best thing you can do for yourself and people you love. >> by training she needs -- means get certified in c.p.r.. >> she wouldn't be here if they wouldn't have learned c.p.r.. >> they've got these tremendous skills -- that helped save remember life and that's one of the great things about it and anybody can learn these skills. >> that means anybody can help save a life and to those who took the time not just to learn c.p.r. but also to perform it
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>> huge thank you to the people who helped save me. i obviously wouldn't be here without them. >> and there are plenty of events going on to get ready for the heart mini tomorrow. and of course because of that we've got great guests. i want to say hello to michael and amy. >> good morning. >> michael is here from mercy health and you're here from cycle bar and let's get your reason why you're here. >> mercy is the sponsor and top fund-raiser in cincinnati. we'll raise $3 million for a great cause. >> i know yesterday was in on sharing your heart stories. >> a lot of employees had to have healthcare and we've got a great photo to show you from some of the people from mercy. you have one of the largest teams in the race this is last year's team; is that correct. >> that's correct. that's last year's team.
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downtown. we'll have 300 teams 2,000 runners comprised of families, friends, coworkers who have a big 47s presence downtown. >> i love the camaraderie -- that it brings. do you feel that this time of year there? >> this aligned perfectly with mercy health. we focus on health and wellness and that alines with the american heart association absolutely. >> he's got a special team. we want to show pictures. some of these will be down at the race in their own walk. tell us about who we're seeing here. >> mercy health west hospital is participating by sponsoring disabled children that we're going to push in specially made chairs. it's a warm felt event. the kids love it. the faster you push them the bigger they smile and it's under
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>> that is wonderful. >> cycle bar is a huge supporter. >> tell us what you do there. >> big sponsor. we have a team that's bigger than last year and we're offering free classes every sunday at 3:00 o'clock to train. cycle intar a premium cycle stood do you lift a bar and cycle at the same time -- cycle bar. >> they have a dance party. >> it's fabulous. it's an experience. >> well we appreciate that both of you come together support them. i can see the technology that changes hchl is the race. there are screenings going on today -- we can tell about those? >> yes we have the health and fitness expo today and goes throughout the day until 5:00 o'clock. plenty of time and there's health screenings for everyone. >> we are right in the entryway. it's a wonderful exhibit. we're giving free rides all day.
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please come down and join and have the experience. >> i know we could not to do it without sponsors like you. >> thank you for coming in early. we look forward to seeing you at the convention center. i know brandon has the forecast going on for this which is iffy but warm. that's a good sign. >> hey, guise. >> -- guys. >> we're going to get rain tomorrow but hey it's going to be warm. it's going to be light rain. it's not going to be the light rain that stops everything. >> it will feel good for runners out there. >> cool them off because temperatures are going to be in the 60s this is the heart mini tomorrow morning when the 5k starts. around 63 degrees. we'll have hit and miss showers on and off. it's not going to be an all day rain but hit and miss throughout the morning. >> at 11:30 the kids run takes off at 64 degrees. sixty-six by noon. still having hit and miss showers around.
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around right now. this is mainly dry. this is our weather camera. in covington no problems with traffic because roadways are nice and dry and they're going to stay that way into the afternoon. we only have a couple light hit and miss rain drops every once in awhile. forty-eight at the international airport. that's our low temperature so far. i don't expect it to drop more than that. forty-five in hamilton. a lot of us into the 40s today even upper 40s but it will not be therefore long. all of us will be this the 60s no doubt today. much warmer than yesterday. we don't have any rain on precision doppler 12 h.d. we see spritzes of rain and breaks in the clouds but see how those start to fill in? we're going to have lots of clouds from the south. in fact they get thicker off
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that's what's going to move in later. you see this rain in both green? that's going to try to move move in but we expect a couple drops and more scattered showers move in late this evening. if you have the weather app you may know the forecast. we'll be in the 60s later. still we'll have spotty rain chances. it starts to bump up this evening. if you're going out this evening you want to make sure you have your umbrella or be prepared for much more raen fall in the area as temperatures drop back into the 50s. it's not nearly going to be as chilly with temperatures in the 40s. they're warming up to our north. clouds are moving in. then much of kentucky we're in the 50s. that's what's pushing in here very soon. lots of clouds around. there's light rain to the south.
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doing too much during the day today. we hold onto the clouds with area in white. more rain pushes in by 10 we have rain which could be moderate at times. you saw that yellow there -- even though we have a rumble or two of thunder we can't rule out. you'll see scattered rain moving in from the south hit and miss all day long tomorrow. today will be much dryer than tomorrow. this is how the rain chances breakdown. you can see this afternoon 30 percent chance but it bumps up to 60. this evening 80 by overnight tonight into early sunday morning. and then it as far as to back off as we get to sunday afternoon. nonetheless we're still going to have scattered showers around. even monday. it's a separate storm system that moves on in. that's why we see continued chance of rain into early next week. it's still way above average 15 degrees or more above average
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>> we lose an hour overnight. 2:00 o'clock is when it goes to three. lose an hour of sleep at least. >> all right. thanks very much brandon. >> well, let the races begin. >> we have four legged friends that are going to take the ice tonight at the cyclones game.
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heading out and aboutut. good morning 7:26 on this saturday starting out hazy. brandon says whatever you have to do try and do it earlier today. rain is expected to move in later if you do want to find some fun stuff to do here's jen dalton with things as you go out and about. >> we've got the cincinnati cyclones tonight taking on the mallards -- and you can bring your pups for the puck. dog tickets must be purchased prior to 4:00 p.m. and wiener dog races will take place. >> -- cincinnati roller girls kicks off against the rock city
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doors open at 5:00 p.m. and first game starts at six. parking is free. tailgating highly encouraged. beer a dollar during happy hour. >> and the association for india's development hosting it's 19th taste of india sunday at u.c. a celebration of the country's food and culture will go from two to five at the university center. admission is free. you'll find stamp mrings of traditional food -- bolly wowed and a whole lot more. stamp mrings. >> this might have been one of the craze ses college games i've ever seen. the store race -- story was the wild finish. we'll show you why it was a heart breaker coming up. >> ohio attorney general reject agg controversial issue regarding legalizing medical marijuana.
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we are at the dayton international airport this morning where thousands are starting to file in for donald trump rally here at 10:00 o'clock. changing the saint patrick day parade. >> it was a thriller heart breaker. the u.c. game and a.c. tournament was a tough loss. it was a wild one. stick around for the highlights. thank you so much for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. first a quick check of rain this afternoon. here's brandon orr with no wait weather. hi, brandon. >> you're exactly right just a little bit of rain this afternoon. this evening the bigger rain chances start to move in. if you have plans don't cancel them. we'll do ok into the early afternoon. we doesn't have any rain right now.
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we do have clouds though. it almost looks like rainout side because it's going to be dreary. we're not going to see a whole lot of sunshine. right now we're in the 40s a lot of 40s in the region. forty-five degrees all the way to dayton. there's no change in temperature. we're all in the mid and upper 40s from time to time. by 10:00 o'clock we're going to be in the 50s. sixty degrees by one or two, 2:00 o'clock 63. we have a chance for maybe a light rain drop or two. that's it. just a few drops of rain. rain chances increase after 6:00 o'clock this evening. it could become steady at times. we're going to time out the rain for sunday because we could hear rumbles of thunder and get thunderstorms. seventies return and we'll tell
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into the 70s shortly liz. >> thank you brandon. police are investigating an accident. cheryl 53 was driving on hamilton avenue crossed the center line hitting another car and she was not wearing her seatbelt and was thrown out of the car. she died at the hospital. the driver of the other car was not hurt. >> ahead of tuesday's primary republican trump will be make making a stop in ohio. he'll be in dayton and will head up to cleveland later. megan moore is live at the dayton airport where he's set to speak. >> you say they're filing into the building there? >> i can't believe how many people are here adam honestly thousands. they've already started letting them in. you can see the long line. it's still all the way down the
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it's hatch full. this is the wright brothers arrow building -- wright brothers errol building -- it's half full. kasich and trump will be battling this weekend. recent polls show it's a close race between the two. looking ahead to the trump rally the question is whether or not we'll see violent protesters clashing with supporters. we saw man in north carolina where man was seen on video punching another man. >> have you done anything to crow that's this tone where this violence has been encouraged? >> i hope not. people come with tremendous passion and love for the country
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this country. they have anger that's unbelievable. >> again this is all set to start at 10:00 a.m. but they are letting people inside of the building. i know of course the question earlier was about security and as people enter they are having to go through metal detectors and being asked to take off their hats. they're being checked there. there's two separate instances and we looked in earlier and it's half full so we'll see how many people are in this line. we can't see the end of it right now but a big turn out here at the trump rally and it's going to start at 10 this morning. we'll send it back to you. >> we'll have you covered today at the rally in dayton. keep checking back with local 12 and local12.com. >> meanwhile governor kasich will be the keynote speaker at a pancake breakfast at the sharonville convention center to republican leaders. the breakfast is a fund-raiser
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kasich has said he has no worries and he will get the votes he needs tuesday. >> yeah. we're going to win ohio erin but we taking no for granted. we have very high approval here. we're up 400,000 jobs our credit is good we're running a surplus wages are growing faster than the national average. i think the record is going to end up being the difference here and look i understand the state but i want to tell you erin we're leaving no stone unturned. we're chris using the state. we're doing many town halls. >> local 12 news will carry john kasich's news on star 64 and local12.com. >> hillary clinton will be represented here today. former president bill clinton coming out -- back to town for a get out the vote rally. the doors open at 9:15. hillary has not released
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>> ohio attorney general dealing another set back-to-back customers of medical marijuana. he's rejected a petition to put the issue on the ballot. he says there were problems with the language in the proposed amendment. this was submitted by an ohio group. a second group is trying to get on ohio's november ballot from washington, d.c. >> madison junior senior high school is now going to use handheld metal detectors after a students. the school district is thinking about adding a second resource officer and may train staff to carry weapons as well. >> st. patrick's day is coming a little early this year. the saint patrick's day parade starts at noon today. it runs along the river front park and freedom way.
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the ohio river development. >> one of the biggest races taking over downtown cincinnati tomorrow. twenty-seven thousand people participated in the heart mini marathon last year and they raise money for research into heart and strokes. the first race starts at 7:30 tomorrow morning. >> and look who is in the house. harry dates joining us with this adorable dog up for adoption. his name is pippin. we're going to introduce you to him and some great kitties and let you know where they'll be
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provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. time for morning starts. we start with the wig -- big east get together in the big apple. xavier taking center stage against the pirates of seton hall. in first if there's miles davis. the pirates go outside with the three. muskies down had a lot of turnovers didn't shoot well. x making a come back. trayvon drops the three. fifty-five to 46.
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gets the bucket. bill murray gives his approval. >> the hall responded rodriguez with the hoop and lead back to double digits and it was not meant for xavier. tough loss falling to seton hall. the muskies slim chances for number one seed all but gone. >> it's going to be tough to top the first round of the a.a. c postseason tournament -- bear cats and muskies 60 minutes of heart pounding heart stopping and in the end for the bear cats heart breaking basketball a thriller that went four over times before yukon sealed the deal. >> pick it up and what a game it was for troy he drives hanced to throw it up. the left hand under -- third overtime he goes outside the three ball goes down. tied at 78.
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wrack another clutch bucket. eighty-five to 84 bear cats career high 37. we're tied at 85 all. the cats miss but kick it back out to kevin johnston. he nails the three with eight tension of a second to play but uconn had one final shot. adams with room to catch and shoot. he beats the buzzer. did he have enough time? that three was good. we go to overtime number four tied at 88. in. >> in the fourth oh -- uconn danielle hamilton had 32 points and what a tough way to lose for the bear cats drop it 104 to 97. nick cronin not pleased with the timing. >> i felt we won the game. and the game was taken away from us. so that's my opinion. in .8 you can't catch the ball take two steps and shoot it. you can't catch it turn bring it below your waste and shoot it 80
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didn't start nearly on time i've already watched it five times so it's unfortunate that that happened to my kids. >> do you think your players relaxed? >> no i think my players know a guy can't catch the ball turn bring it below his waste and shoot it 80 feet with force in .8 seconds. >> would you so are the bear cats on the bubble again? many think their win got them into march madness. their schedule strength 69. expect the cats to get a ticket sunday on local 12. >> that will do it for sports on sunday. allie cohn will be here for tournament action. go out and make it a great weekend on local 12. >> brad, we will do that. we're joined by the spca.
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>> you've got ace over there. you give me the hair less dog, the three legged dog, the ones that are wild. >> and you could say it's a reflection of the personality. >> you can handle it adam. >> he's been neutered has his microchip. he'll be very active around the household but he's small enough to be in a smaller house, an apartment as long as people take him out and give him a good walk every day. >> look at that cute little tongue. who do i have. >> cato a chihuahua. it's up early and he's tired this morning but he'll be fine. >> oh that's so sweet. >> and you have? >> i've got pippin. i have opinion opinion a mixed chihuahua. -- pippin.
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and neutered and ready for a good home. >> we have one of our kitties out for a reason. we want to tell you about her. this is mary. she had a self veerlly injured leg that our veterinarians had to am tate. so she'll be a three legged cat -- severely. she needs a home that understands that can't be an outside cat of course. always had has to be watched but she'll make a fine companion. >> a lap cat. >> yes. she can get around a little bit. >> she gets around just fine. >> ok. so all these pets are available when? >> noon today. eleven thousand 900 con ray road in sharonville -- people can call for information. >> you're going to be out and about with these pets or some other ones? >> yes we'll be up at dell high
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>> ace wants to run the heart mini. >> all right if you want to get out and about walk your dog we're going to toss it to brandon. he'll give you the weather forecast. thanks for coming in guys. >> adam always gets the active dog week after week. it's a really nice time to walk the dog and now before the rain starts to push in later this evening. i think we're going to save a good part of the afternoon rain free. we're just going to have spotty rain drops every now and again. the more scattered rain gets in towards evening. you see this shot towards newport. temperatures all into the 40s. so you know this is above average for this time of year. we've been so spoiled with the warm weather and there's a whole lot more go on the planning forever katz. so 40s in the region. no rain on precision doppler 12 h.d. the nearest rainfall is down
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you can see that batch of rain pushing north. if you're heading to louisville be prepared for rain over the next few hours. i think that's going dry up as it tries to push here into the tri-state. that's why i expected a couple rain drops midday. then we wait for this moisture into our area. you can see how fast it's moving from the gulf of mexico which is filled with moisture this time of year. so when you open up the moisture feed from the gulf of mexico we have extended rain. it's going to take a few days to get out of it. we're not going to see a lot of sunshine. lots of clouds. we'll be in the 60s this afternoon. we'll have isolated stray showers. after 6:00 o'clock that changes. we start to increase our rain chances and most of us will see scattered rain this evening and tomorrow morning. forty-eight here. it's cooler to the north but our
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the east but it's going switch around to the south and east and pool in much warmer air. we'll have a weak warm front that's moving in our direction. it pushed the rain to the south yesterday but now it's coming back at us. that's why we have a couple spritzes of rain midday and look at the redevelopment of the rain later this evening especially after 6:00 o'clock. if you're headed out for dinner or going out to eat you'll want to take an umbrella or rain jacket. keep in mind we have rain showers around. that sits here. that's storm system number one. the storm is off towards illinois. still scattered showers late sunday. this is our second storm that moves in. there's not a break behind it. it moves in after monday morning with more rain to kick off the workweek. so this is how it looks this weekend. the parade at noon today. saint patrick's day parade is going to be just fine. they can do the parade rain or
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have any problems with that. just a few rain drops. 65 degrees. sixty-eight degrees by sunday. the heart mini is going on tomorrow. 5k is at 10:30. we'll have rain showers around. i think the thunderstorms will hold off until late in the day sunday. sunday we'll have clouds but it will be so warm as we get towards tuesday 73. eight days until spring and we set the blocks forward i should say one hour tonight at 2:00 o'clock. >> yeah excited about spring but not losing an hour of sleep. >> that means spring is close to us. >> well you can help out the leukemia lymphoma society. the race to any place is going on this morning at the mason community center. take a look at teams of four to 12 people work together to out pedal one another in support of blood cancer research.
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are honored during the hero heat. it's at the top of each hour. i starts at 8:00 and runs until
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>> well have a final look att good morning. it's a little before 8:00 a.m. 48 outside. thank you for sharing your time with us. it's haze i have.
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best time to get out -- hazy. >> donald trump is going to make two campaign stops in dayton ahead of tuesday's winner take all primary in ohio. >> megan moore headed into side to the event. thousands waiting in line some as early as 1a m. the event is going to take place at the wright brothers heir are building -- aerial building. >> keep track of everything on local 12. >> ghovr kasich will speak at the sharonville convention center -- governor. breakfast is a fund razer for the republican party. we'll carry his speech live on -- and streaming it on local 12. >> hillary clinton represented today by former president bill clinton.
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get out the vote rally at the freedom center. the doors open at 9:15. hillary clinton's campaign not releasing details about when the former president will speak. >> the rabbit hash community is looking toward a brighter future. you might remember devastating fire destroyed last month. the historical society are teaming up to refwhald store and that event is at colonel d's new store at fort thomas from noon until seven -- rebuild the store. >> there's going to be a tent out there in case it rains. >> speaking of rain it looks like we're going to get some today. >> yeah especially this evening. this is how the rain breaks down. outdoor plans i would do them now or early afternoon. we only have a 30 percent of --
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it increases to around 60. we see scattered rain around six or 7:00 o'clock. eighty percent sunday. there's a much better chance of rain. despite that it's going to be warm. we've been talking about springing forward an hour. so our new sunrise and sunset times will be nearly 8:00 o'clock and 7:44 in the afternoon and early evening. >> we do not have a 6:00 p.m. show so stay with local 12 at 10 and at 11 for your coverage of the candidates's visits. >> we're back in 30 with an update. keep it here on local 12 and local12.com. >> [captioning performed by u.s.
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