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and marching over the east for the next several hours. embedded heavier pockets from blue ash and into clermont county. and pockets of heavier rain along the ohio river and back up interstate 74. patchy light rain over parts of butler county now. this band of rain is lifting to the north. lebanon, you're dry now, rain is moving your way between now and 1:00 in the afternoon. the heaviest rain that we have the in tri-state now from laurel and lake santee back into ripley and dearborn and the southwestern part of franklin county. a warm front lifts through the tri-state. we will have filtered sun for the rest of the day. coverage of rain highest in the afternoon afternoon. notice rain coming to an end early this evening.
but heavy rain and occasionally lightning will be concerns for the afternoon. 63 at the international airport. coming up a threat for stronger storms late tomorrow and cooler air later in the week. more showers to track as we enter the weekend. another check coming up in ten minutes. >> thank you. >> presidential candidates hitting the campaign trail hard today ahead of tomorrow's key primary battles. five states all go to the polls tomorrow. casting a long shadow over the campaign are the clashes of violence over the weekend at donald trump's rallies. live in miami where trump has a double digit lead in the polls. marco rubio blamed donald trump for dividing the nation in the wake of clashes at trump rallies over the weekend. late sunday night trump defended
>> they are talking about us and it. >> the latest polls show rubio falling to third place in his home state of florida be behind donald trump and ted cruz. >> this is country is not about us tearing one another down or having fist fights a the t a campaign rally. >> on cbs this morning, a republican pollster said the unrest at trump rallies is scary. >> if we don't do something about it, it is going to get even worse. democratic candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders. >> inciting violence. >> he is trafficking in hate.
florida and ohio and sanders ahead in illinois. don champion, cbs news, miami. >> now 358 gop delegates are up for grabs and 691 democratic delegates are on the line tomorrow. florida's make or break for marco rubio, ohio is a must-win for governor john kasich. voters who will vote on a controversial school levy tomorrow. this is an issue that has decided the community. good afternoon, perry. >> a lot of the supporters say they support the school district, but this tax levy is too expensive. spending their dollars really has to make sense. superintendent james brady believes now is the time for a
an operating levy on the ballot since 1989. it will be used to create a three month cash reserve. it will cost about $268 a year. opponents of the tax says the numbers just don't add up. two different financial forecasts were done for the district, one in october of 2015 and the other by an independent company in december of 2015. the second showing for a need for cash. >> there's other ways of getting money from us in the community, and i just feel like they were trying to sneak it in on the march up ballot, also, when there's not as many voters out.
been looked upon lightly, we want to be fiscally solvent. we have been in deficit spending since 2014. >> many voters say enough is enough, it is just too much. especially after a significant rise in taxes on agricultural land. >> back u to. -- to you. >> mitt romney hitting campaign with ohio governor john kasich. romney will help out with events today in north canton and westerville. romney has not endorsed any of the presidential hopefuls. he's making a campaign trail comeback as part of his escalating efforts to prevent donald trump from getting the republican nomination. be sure to stay with local 12 news tomorrow as votes are counted. we will have complete team coverage on the run for the
plus our local candidates and good morning cincinnati. police are looking for the suspect in a recent murder. someone shot and killed 21-year-old just before 6:00 last night. police found him near children's hospital outside of a mini market that's closed now. no word on a motive or even a possible suspect. >> a school bus driver came across a body. the driver spotted the body near manchester just before 7:00 this morning. the coroner was called to the scene and right now investigators believe that it is a possible overdose of heroin and fentanyl, they are not investigating this as a homicide. a driver has died three weeks after police say he caused a head-on crash. police say he was driving eastbound back in february when he lost control, crossed the
vehicle going in the other direction. they say impairment may have been a factor. the other driver was also hurt in the crash. >> what caused a balcony on a local building to collapse. still up in the air. it happened about noon yesterday. the building is at the corner of ludlow and middleton. a third floor balcony fell and hit the two balconies before it. building inspectors are still trying to figure out what happened. we'll hear from people who were in the building when it fell apart ahead today on local 12 news at 5:00. today is national pi day. no, not the kind you eat. celebrated on march 14th. because this date mimics the first three digits of the
after an amtrak passenger train derailed. >> one gentleman stopped me in the darkness of the field, said friends, friends. you're right, what's going on? shining my cell phone in his face and it was bloody. >> this is the first look at the scene now that the sun is up. two of the people hurt are listed in critical condition. that train was headed to chicago from los angeles. investigators are still looking into the cause. >> flags are flying at half-staff in maryland in honor officer. police say a suspect opened fire on a police station in prince georges killing the officer. he would have celebrated his
thousand >> prices at the pump are going up. the average cost rose 12 cents nationwide. right now the national average is 1.94 a gallon. >> japanese automaker nissan is recalling more than 47,000 leads in brake problems. cold weather can cause a delay in the brake booster to fail. they are harder to use. nissan will let owners know if they need the repair. they will install the software
seem to be everywhere. one man died when a massive tree fell into his suv. someone passing by pulled a little girl to safety before they got there. another narrowly missed two homes in northern seattle. >> it is just a really loud boom, boom. >> they take care of a 97-year-old woman who told our sister station, komo, that angels were watching. many people are thankful to be alive. >> that could be very, very scary. the tree just kind of fell over on it. i guess the root system couldn't support it. >> a lot of people are hurting. out on the west coast and especially in arkansas. all of the rough weather seems to be avoiding us. it is a fairly low threat.
>> take a look at precision doppler 12 hd. no recent cloud-to-ground lightning strikes. the possibility for nonsevere thunderstorms. notice the rain that we had inside the 275 loop. no more than 15 to 20 minutes ago has moved into the far northern part of far clermont county. especially up into butler county. still some pockets of rain. especially in the western half of hamilton county. especially up to interstate 74. very close to heirson so harrison. back over close to blanchester. basically to the north, northeast or to the northeast at 40 miles an hour. heaviest rain that we have in
northwestern part of hamilton county, back up into fayette, union, franklin. nothing strong, nothing severe. just pockets of heavy rain interrupting the lunch hour. with individual clusters of rain moving to the north, northeast, we have some dry time this afternoon. this area will move in. the larger disturbance giving us these showers and storms to the east. there will be some time where we break out into filtered sun. as the disturbance closes back in on the tri-state, we'll see more rain and thunderstorms develop later on this afternoon. highs today we'll center in the mid to upper 60s. don't forget between now and the first, you can track it on the weather authority app. search for wkrc in the app store and google play.
rain and isolated thunderstorms will be moving through the tri-state this afternoon. showers will move to the east of the tri-state early this evening and we have a threat for not just thunderstorms, but possibly some stronger storms late tomorrow and tomorrow night. outside chance that they turn strong. pollen count is moderate and the mold count is moderate. we'll take 63 now in cincinnati up to about 4 degrees. the disturb's that's creating she's showers and thunderstorms is positioned over southern indiana and it moves our way and it moves into an atmosphere that will destabilize some. bank on rain and individual thunderstorms to floated through the tri-state this afternoon. notice here on the fork ecast model, rain and isolated storms. the coverage will come down
after partial clearing later on tonight. we'll have clouds increasing especially late tomorrow with isolated showers and storms tomorrow evening. maybe strong, at this point, i wouldn't bank on them being too rough. 67 the forecast high today. we're up to 71 tomorrow. thunderstorms go away late in the week. we'll have isolated showers nearing the weekend, rain chances unfortunately go back up. late saturday and sunday. we'll update the weekend forecast and discuss whether it will affect your outdoor plans on first at 4:00, we'll see you then. >> be sure to join local 12 tonight. supergirl at 8:00. scorpion at 9:00 and ncis los angeles at 10:00, the
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