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meterologist john gumm. 3
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3 we start this morning with
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tomorrow's primaries.. and donald trump is holding a two- to- one lead in florida..but ohio is a much different story. governor john kasich is ahead with 39-percent, followed by trump at 33-percent.19-percent of likely g-o-p voters support cruz, with six-percent backing rubio.rubio is in second place in the polls for his home state of florida.tuesday's primaries also include illinois, north carolina and missouri. 3 bernie sanders and hillary clinton were at a town hall in columbus last night.they took turns tackling questions from voters on issues like trade and the economy. people wanted to know how the candidates would revive manufacturing in america's rust belt.. and how clinton and sanders would handle international trade deals. 3 ( sot: hillary clinton / (d) presidential candidate) :57 - 1:14 "we have to look at how we keep a steel industry going. standing here tonight, i can't tell you exactly what that would look like, but i can pledge to you that i'm committed to keeping a steel industry and steel workers working in ohio and america."(
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sot: bernie sanders / (d) presidential candidate )1:20 - 1:34"no rational person is talking about building a wall. but of course we are going to do trade, and trade policies have to be policies that work for the people of our country." if you include the super- delegates, clinton maintains a fairly sizeable lead over sanders. clinton has more than 12 hundred. sanders has more than 500.800 democrat delegates are up for grabs tomorrow. 3 and stay with local 12 news tomorrow as the votes are counted in ohio's primary election and in primaries across the country.we will have complete team coverage of the run for the white house plus your local candidates and issues, as well.we'll also update you right here.. on good morning cincinnati. 3 voters head to the polls tomorrow to decide on a controversial school levy for fayetteville- perry local schools. the levy has divided the community. local 12's perry schaible joins us *live* with what people are saying. 3 this is a 7 point 65 mill levy put on the ballot as a
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property tax. if approved, it will generate about $790- thousand dollars a year for the school district. superintendent james brady says the district has not put a levy on the ballot since 1979...and, they don't get enough money per student from the state to run the district a deficit. he says the district has made 700-thousand dollars in cuts since 2010, but it's just not enough to do the things they need to do - like replace their bus fleet. but, many people in fayetteville and perry townships believe the levy is just too big....and too long. they say the district is not being transparent about the way the money would be spend. it's an issue that has divided the community. 3 "it's not something that's been looked upon lightly, but we want to be fiscally solvent. we've been in deficit spending since 2014.""i support the school, but the
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such a large amount - i'm on a fixed income and this is just way too much. i mean the county has already raised my taxes and they're going to get a share of that. i just can't support such a large levy." brady says the district will use a portion of the money generated by the levy to replenish the bus fleet, replace an older boiler, and create a three month cash reserve. but, many of the people i talked to say it's just too much...and that the numbers don't match up. i'll have more on that coming up at six...bob...back to you. 3 if approved, the levy will cost the owner of a 100,000 dollar property about 268 dollars a year. 3 some california lawmakers are working on a bill that would give parents paid time off for school- related activities with their children.the measure would allow parents to take up to three days of paid time off each year so they can play a more active role in their child's school life.the assembly bill would not apply to small businesses only those with more than 25
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last year's decisions of big companies like netflix.. amazon.. google and facebook. 3 the tri- state is the place to be if you love college basketball.march madness kicks off.. and thousands of fans are filling in their brackets. xavier's a two seed in the east.they'll play weber state in saint louis on friday.the u- k wildcats picked up their 29th s- e- c championship yesterday.. giving them a four seed in the tournament. they are also in the east playing stoneybrook on thursday night. and the cincinnati bearcats are heading out west to spokane to face saint joseph's on friday. coach cal and coach mack are feeling the madness. 3 (:11) coach mack we did the best we could and i'm proud of our team. my coaching staff has done an incredible job all year long of turning the page and being ready for our next opponent. (:23)(:00) coach cal "it's every year the same. if you look at some other teams they've got a great path and we've got this. you know i'll bet they'll switch over and put the warriors over can they
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make a late call. but we're playing. let's show up. where is it? where are we playing? i thought it was anchorage. it's des moines? i like des moines. (:25) indiana also travels east to take on chattanooga on thursday-dayton plays syracuse on friday-and local 12 news will be on the road with both u- c and xavier as both teams compete in the tournament. 3 hilarity on the campaign trail. we'll show you why one moment of protest is trending this morning.getting fit with friends.we'll tell you why one church is going against the grain.. and avoiding brunch on sundays.you're watching good
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and we need voters who want safer gun laws and who are disappointed in leaders who stand in their way to remember come election time. i share president obama's outrage. it's time we had leaders with the courage to stand up to the nra. i'm p.g. sittenfeld. in the senate, i'll fight for commonsense gun safety, criminal background checks, ban assault weapons. i approve this message because ted strickland will never stand up to the nra.
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3 every now and then the campaign trail provides some comedic relief.that was true at marco rubio's rally in florida yesterday.a protester stood up during the rally and accused him of trying to steal his girlfriend. the protester acknowledged rubio's good looks and warned the crowd that he would try and steal their girlfriends as well. the protester was escorted out by police. 3 protester: (:06) i have to tell everyone the truth, marco rubio is trying to steal my girlfriend. he is, they met in new hampshire and she doesn't look at me in the same way anymore and he's- i'm serious. rubio: that's alright, hey we
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don't beat up our hecklers in our events so. (:28)rubio responded that he didn't even win new hampshire.. and that he was waiting for a hidden camera to pop up as if he was on a prank game show. 3 mandatory 3 mandatory evacuation orders are still in effect throughout the south.we'll bring you an update on storms wreaking havoc in thousands of neighborhoods.we're tracking a consumer alert affecting nissan drivers.we'll tell you why the company is recalling a
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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. paychecks barely budge,
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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, and i approved this message. 3 3
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a four- year veteran of the prince georges police department in maryland is dead after an attack on police officers.twenty-eight year old officer jacai colson was killed just days before his 29th birthday.police say the suspects launched a surprise attack on the police station, and officers immediately returned fire.two suspects are in police custody right now. and the chief says the police department is devastated. 3 widespread flooding in louisiana and mississippi has damaged thousands of homes.and the risk of rising water is leading to even more evacuations.at least four deaths have been reported in louisiana.the national guard has rescued nearly 33- hundred people.a big concern is also another line of thunderstorms hitting parts of oklahoma, arkansas, northern louisiana and northern mississippi overnight.. bringing more rain and reports of tornadoes in arkansas. 3 at least 27 people are dead and 75 are hurt after an explosion rocks the capitol of turkey. the blast ripped through a busy square in the heart of ankara, according to a turkish news agency. scores of police cars, firefighters and medical
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personnel rushed to the scene. the cause is still unknown.a senior turkish official says it's too early to talk about who carried out the attack.a bombing that targeted military vehicles in the capital in people. 3 north korea says its military is ready to pre- emptively attack south korea if it sees signs that american and south korean troops are attempting to invade the north.the declaration is the latest outburst over the drills that the us and south korea say are defensive and routine.at the start of the drills earlier today, the north warned of a "nuclear strike of justice." 3 japanese automaker nissan is recalling more than 47- thousand electric leafs in the u-s and canada -- over potential brake problems.the national highway transportatio n safety administration says... cold weather might cause the problem.the brakes still work, but the relay could fail, making it harder to stop.no accidents have been reported. 3 it's a tradition for many families to go out to eat after church on sunday.. or enjoy a big family meal at
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home.but a charlottesville church is trying to shift the trend from eating to exercising. 3 wendy cooper of pilgrim baptist church started a weight loss program built around the gospel.church members can meet for a 45- minute workout set to christian music.a study at purdue found that christians are significantly the heaviest of all religious groups.. so this church took an official weigh in at the beginning of the month...and the exercise group members are seeing results.. some have lost six to eight pounds. other faith based fitness programs are
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3 3 3 an odd job posting.we'll tell you why a tortoise is trending this morning. plus, topping the weekend box office.we'll tell you which film is taking the top spot. 3
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"zootopia" has s 3 the top spot at the box office again this morning.the animated comedy is the winner for a second straight weekend, making an estimated 50- million dollars.it's followed by the suspense thriller "ten cloverfield lane" .. the j-j abrams created opened this weekend with more than 25- million.the ryan reynolds superhero hit "deadpool" is third.. with close to 11- million dollars. 3 a strange job ad in new york is getting the attention of hundreds of people.it's seeking a tortoise walker. owner amanda green is hunting for the right person to walk 16- year-old "henry" in central park while she is at work. it doesn't pay much and it's only a few hours a week.. but amanda's gotten hundreds of replies.the only
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be able to lift the 18- pound tortoise.and he or she can't be shy because henry gets a lot of attention and love everywhere he goes. 3 the 20- 3 presidential candidates continue to criss- cross states holding critical primaries tomorrow.coming up at five thirty.. local 12's adam clements is breaking down all the campaign events you may have missed over the weekend. 3 plus, ramping up security. coming up at five thirty.. we'll tell you about the new changes you'll see at the ohio statehouse. 3 3
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3 3 recapping a big weekend.i'll tell you what you may have missed when two presidential candidates made stops here in the tri state. 3 we're hearing from an ohio man who is making campaign headlines.hear why he says he rushed the stage during one of donald trump's rallies. 3
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plus, an ohio father is due in court.we have an update on a 14- year- old kidnapping case. 3 good morning.we'll get to those top stories in just a moment.but first we want to start with a first check of your forecast.here's meterologist john gumm. 3
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3 the crucial ohio primary is tomorrow.. as we move closer
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to deciding who will represent each party in the presidential election.. it was a busy weekend as two of the g-o-p hopefuls made stops here in the tri-state..local 12's adam clements is *live* in the newsroom with what you may have missed and how the visits are affecting the latest polls.. 3 sheila.. if you didn't think ohio was going to be a slug fest before.. odds are you do now.. a very busy weekend.. here.. i want to take you back to saturday..ohio governor john kasich made a quick stop in sharonville for a republican pancake breakfast.. a few hundred people in attendance.. including ohio senator rob portman..before he addressed the crowd.. governor kasich met with the media.. and for the firsttime.. took an aggressive stance on the rash of violence we've seen at recent rallies for fellow candidate donald trump.. 3 "there is no place for a national leader to prey on the fears of people who live in our great country..""donald trump has created a toxic environment. and that toxic environment has allowed his supporters to and some who seek confrontation, to come
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together in violence."and speaking of donald trump.. he.. too paid the tri state a visit.. he was in west chester yesterday.. he spoke to a crowd of about a thousand.. no major incidents to report in terms of violent acts.. there were protestors.. a few of them.. escorted from the rally.. but no arrests..trump took aim at governer kasich.. saying he hasn't paid enough attention to his home state.. while also working in jabs at 3 "you can't be an absentee governor. you're going to run for governor, you've got to be governor.. and you know what - then you take out.. and the same thing with marco rubio. never shows up to vote. and the people of florida, you don't think they get it. take a look at his poll numbers.. they really get it."and it looks like a strong focus on ohio is paying off.. at least for kasich.. he overtook trump in the latest polls.. he's in the lead now with 39 percent.. trump.. is at 33 percent.. reporting live in the newsroom.. adam clements.. local 12 news.. sheila.. back to you.. coming up at six thirty.. adam will have more from both tri
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state rallies.. and a look ohio primary.. 3 new this morning.. we're hearing from a protester who tried to jump on stage during donald trump's rally at the dayton airport says he wanted to send a big message.thomas dimassimo gave an interview to c- n- n after his arrest. investigators say he jumped a barricade while trump was speaking in dayton on saturday. the secret service stopped him on the stage... but dimassimo said that his goal candidate. 3 (tommy dimassimo/protester) (:02) i am a student, i am a concerned citizen, i am a protester, that's about it. (martin savidge)political zealot? dangerous individual? (tommy dimassimo/protester) definitely not. i think the dangers that exist in the country exist between donald trump and his people. (:27) dimassimo also called trump a bully who is trying to gain power.the protester has been
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charged with disorderly conduct and inducing panic. stay with local 12 news tomorrow as the votes are counted in ohio's election and primaries across the country. we will have complete team coverage on the run for the white house.. plus our local candidates and issues.and we'll have all of the results wednesday morning here on good morning cincinnati. 3 a man accused of taking his son from an alabama home 14- years - ago and raising him in ohio under a new identity is expected in court today. fifty-three-year-old bobby hernandez pleaded not guilty in cleveland to kidnapping charges.his attorney has sought extra pretrial meetings for plea negotiations. the pretrial is scheudled for today.prosecutors allege hernandez took the then- 5- year- old boy from his mother's home without realizing the boy was on a registry of missing children. the boy has since reconnected with his mother in alabama. 3 an appeals court has rejected a lawsuit in a school suspension case.a cincinnati family was upset that their son was suspended for staring at a girl in a seventh grade classroom. it happened at the
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school the court's decision determined the handbook was not a contract... and that the principal didn't violate procedures. the ruling says the girl complained after the boy and another student backed her into a corner while staring at her when no teachers were present. 3 bags will soon have to be scanned by x- ray machines at the ohio statehouse's three public entrances.the machines are expected to be installed in the next few months. officials say security turnstiles will also be installed. metal detectors at the statehouse were added in november.the advisory board revisited security procedures after the deadly terrorist attacks in paris and determined that security should be tightened. 3 making a difference for readers around the world.we'll introduce you to a couple who didn't let dyslexia get in the way of a college degree.you're watching good morning
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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you can't deal with something, but that's how some seem to be dealing americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise)
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hey candidates, answer the call already. 3 jen dalton looking at tri-state roadsi-75 is clear
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3 it's march madness.. and 3 the brackets are out!so on facebook.. we're asking -- who are you rooting for?xavier? uc? kentucky?
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3 we want you to join the conversation -- just *like* the local 12 page on facebook to share your thoughts. 3 there could be relief when it comes to the zika virus.we'll tell you about a new vaccine that could be developed in a
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on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. marched on washington. the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie. i'm bernie sanders
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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. paychecks barely budge, 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.
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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, and i approved this message. 3 3 new this morning.. more than 140 people were on board an amtrak train when it derailed in kansas overnight.five cars ran off the track with 128 passengers and 14 crew members on board.emergency responders are helping people right now. many of the people injured are being taken to hospitals.. and investigators are trying to figure out what caused the passenger train to derail. 3 police say a student from indiana has died during his
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spring break vacation in florida.they say 20- year- old tyler gilmore fell from a parking garage in panama city beach sunday morning.gilmore's friends said he had been drinking all day on saturday. and according to investigators, he was seen intoxicated about two hours before his body was discovered.police also say they don't believe anyone else is involved in gilmore's death. 3 five people are dead and ten people are hurt after a mine collapse in northwest pakistan. rescuers pulled 26 miners to safety. dozens of troops helped with the rescue operation.but the depth of the mine and a shortage of oxygen are hampering efforts. the collapse happened after days of heavy rains. at least 37 other people have been killed across pakistan in torrential rains and flooding. 3 u.s. health officials say a zika vaccine could be ready for testing this fall. the mosquito born virus is hitting puerto rico very hard where there is concern thousands of pregnant women could be infected this year. zika has been linked to microcephaly. that's a birth defect that leaves newborns with
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abnormally small heads and 3 facebook says it receives more than a- million reports every day of users violating its policy.the company's head of policy management said those reports include allegations of hate speech posted on the site. she said it can be tricky to separate free speech from preaching hate... but the company usually draws the line when a post attacks people based on their individual characteristics.those reviews are currently done by trained employees. 3 as many as 20- percent of people have symptoms of dyslexia. slow reading, poor spelling, poor writing or mixing up similar words are symptoms. so, one kansas couple has invented a pen to help make life easier for those with the disorder. 3 jamee miller suffers from dyslexia.she didn't realize she had it till age 26 when she was failing out of community college. when she eventually went back to school.. she and her husband came up with a solution.they developed the "read n style pen." all you have to do is push a button and it reads text aloud through a small bluetooth earpiece. the
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pen is still in the prototype stage.. but could be in production as early as may. apple co- founder steve wozniak is on board.he gave the couple five thousand
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3 dealing with a pet peeve. coming up at six, we'll tell you why a neighborhood is joining together against dog owners.a new exhibit is coming to the cincinnati museum center.watch as we crack the
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder toto get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy
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and not just the powerful few.
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3 the newest craze in exercise. why rowing is such a good workout.also ahead at six- protecting those who help protect us-why a navy seal is on a special mission to help save police dogs.it's next on
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3 (show open) 3 18.56.22-24 3 "dump the trump ."25.54-57 "muslim bombers off our streets, muslim bombers off our streets."campaign season in ohio-the protests at donald trump's west chester stop-and who's joining john kasich on the trail in ohio today. 3 plus-let the madness begin- where all of our local teams landed -and who you're rooting for as the n-c-double-a tournament kicks off. 3 good morning.we'll get to those top stories in just a moment.but first we want to start with a first check of your forecast.here's

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