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jonathan: now on news 5 today, cincinnati police investigating a homicide. details of a man shot in a wrecked car and the man now arrested for his murder. plus -- >> it's kind of heartbreaking. it's something you can't replace. jonathan: a piece of northern kentucky history goes up in flames. the late night fire that brought down the rabbit hash general store. richard: we're hitting the road with tips to help keep you safe during this winter event, just ahead. jonathan: the calm before the storm. the event is about to begin. jennifer schack has the bitter
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it's sunday, february 14, 2016. happy valentine's day. this is news 5 today. [captioning made possible by wlwt-tv] jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today. thanks for joining us on this sunday morning. i'm jonathan hawgood. this is meteorologist jennifer schack. did you just put hand cream on? jennifer: i did. jonathan: smells lovely. we're going to need hand cream after we deal with the snow. sounds like it's a shoveling snow. jennifer: two or three inches at my house. kind of a brush off the car situation. we'll be dealing with that this afternoon. this morning, some flurries. shouldn't be too problematic and widespread. let's start with the radar. there's a band from illinois into kentucky, showing snow showers into the morning.
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that reach the ground. down through carroll, grant, switzerland county. may see morning activity. most of us, the 275 loop and east, will stay completely quiet this morning. we'll wait for the main event to arrive later this afternoon. the futurecast showing this wave move through this morning. then we quiet down. more snow expected later on this afternoon. that will be when we get most of our accumulations. so between now and the midday, it's just our extreme southwest counties to see activity. then the afternoon accumulating snowfall will come in from west to east. here's futurecast at 7:00 a.m. with fairly quiet conditions. by the noon hour, we're getting ready for snow showers into downtown. they're already congregating in the western counties and spreading through the afternoon. heaviest snowfall expected this afternoon and downtown tapering into snow showers into the overnight. between 1:00 and 6:00 this afternoon, our western counties will see most accumulation for the snowfall.
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the tri-state between 3:00 and 8:00, we'll see most accumulation, eastern counties taking it between 5:00 and 10:00 this evening. snowfall totals, most of us, two to three inches. grand total by tomorrow morning. most falls today. we have a winter weather advisory through 10:00 monday morning. we'll go through the timeline for temperatures and the snowfall. a mix expected heading into the work week. details coming up. jonathan: cincinnati isn't waiting for the flakes to fall to prep the road. crews have been out since yesterday to prevent slick road conditions. richard chiles is live downtown with plans to ep keep you safe. richard: cincinnati road crews have been prepping roadways for the winter weather event. for folks on the roads in
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information from aaa, the road side service crews out and active. this is the court street garage where the crews are dispatched from for emergency road side assistance for motorists and members. coming up in the next half hour, we'll talk with the folks dispatching crews, drivers out about keeping you safe. some of the things they certainly advise, making sure that you provide plenty of safe distance between you, the car ahead of you, making sure you exercise particular caution on bridges and overpasses as the snow and ice moves in. the salt trucks, as they're making their way through the roadways, asking for additional space, allowing the motorists to get past. for the road crews if you find yourself on the side of the road, aaa advises making sure you get yourself in a safe location. one of the things they also advise is making sure the vehicle is cleared off and making visibility a primary factor for these drivers. certainly, a very difficult driving situation coming up for
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expected to blanket the tri-state. one that we've certainly seen this time of year. asking folks to exercise a lot of caution as they hit the roads. reporting live this morning, richard chiles, wlwt news 5. jonathan: richard, thanks. road crews say please use off-street parking if you can leaving plows room to work. wlwt is leading the way on winter weather. download our wlwt app. you'll see the forecast as well as get severe weather alerts right on your mobile device. new details on a late night fire that ripped through a local landmark in boone county. the fire happened at 9:00 at the rabbit hash general store along the ohio river. the building, which dated back to 1831, was closed at the time of the fire. someone passing by saw the flames and called the fire department. when firefighters arrived, flames were shooting through the roof and front windows. crews were working to put the fire out and some resident managed to grab the sign off the
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collapsed. residents say they were heart broken to see a piece of their history destroyed. >> it was an historical treasure in kentucky. it was also a community center for everybody that lived around here. it was the heart and soul of our community. everybody that lives within a 10 to 15 mile radius of rabbit hash would come down and claim it as their own. jonathan: officials say the icy conditions and the merchandise in the store made the fire hard to put out. a fire at a two-family home in oakley is under investigation. officials say the fire started on the second floor of a house on millsbrae avenue saturday afternoon. someone passing by had to knock on the door of the first floor to tell the people inside the building was on fire. those living on the second floor were not home at the time. the fire was quickly knocked down. both families have been displaced.
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a man is found dead inside of a car in westwood. police have arrested that man, 23-year-old donta williams, and charged him with murder. wlwt's jenell williams has the story. reporter: a car crashed into a pole at the end of this cul-de-sac on tulsa court, just off of around nderson ferry. neighbors rushed to help the driver. >> my son was concerned. we thought it was a lady. because of the hat, it looked like a lady's hair. he ran over to the car. he was going to help. when he got to the car, he saw blood pouring down the side of the face. reporter: police have released few details about the investigation. the driver, 23-year-old derk johnson's lifeless body, was found inside the car around 9:00 this morning. neighbors say the car didn't make a loud sound when it crashed into the pole. >> a neighbor called and said that somebody had wrecked into
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was going on. reporter: they thought the person had possibly lost control of the car. neighbors were horrified to learn someone had been shot and killed on their street. neighbors are relieved police made an arrest in the case. >> usually don't have any problems. i know we've had a couple cars broke into during the summer. but otherwise, there's nothing really that goes on here. this is a quiet little neighborhood. we'd like to keep it that way. jonathan: investigators haven't said how the two men involved knew each other. witnesses tried to help the victim, but it was too late. . the united states government mourning the loss of an noonshal member. how justice antonin scalia, the supreme court's longest serving justice, is being remembered today. two local basketball teams in action saturday. elise jesse with details on xavier and uc's matchups in the morning sports.
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>> justice scalia dedicated his democracy. the rule of law. jonathan: a loss on the supreme justice antonin scalia, the court's longest serving justice, died saturday. the 79-year-old was one of the influential conservative members.
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washington with the latest on justice scalia's death and how he's being remembered. reporter: outside the u.s. supreme court, a flag at half staff, flowers and candles marking the passing of justice antonin scalia. president obama paid his respects from california. >> tonight, we honor his extraordinary service to our nation and remember one of the towering legal figures of our time. reporter: justice scalia was 79, the longest serving justice on the current court. still, his death at a texas rang came out warning and in the middle of a landmark cortical darr, with nothing less than the boundaries of presidential power under review. his passing sets the stage for a political battle royal over his successor and the supreme court's balance of power. on a polarized bench, he was as well known for his sense of humor as his fiery dissents. the cornerstone of a conservative wing that influenced the law on the land from issues from abortion to gun
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to mention obamacare. he was a firm proponent of the letter of the law, not the intent. >> i antonin scalia do solemnly swear. reporter: the nation's first italian american justice was appointed in 1986 by president reagan. scalia was known as an unapologetic but fair conservative. >> i am not going on to the court with a list of things that i want to do. my only agenda is to be a good judge. reporter: he was confirmed unanimously, 98-0, by the senate. an unlikely scenario for his successor. jonathan: scalia death death is prompting reaction from across the country and locally. ohio senator rob portman says the country has lost an intellectual giant and an extraordinary supreme court justice. portman adds i was honored to know him and appreciated his constitutional expertise as well as his warmth and humor. kentucky senator mitch mcconnell had this to say. today, our country lost an unwavering champion of a timeless document that you
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his fidelity to the constitution was rivalled only by the love of his family. scalia's death year fight over whether president obama should try to we'll hear what the gop says about who should make the appointment in the next half hour. just days after rough seas made the anthem of the seas crews ship turn around and come back to port, it's setting out again. the ship received cosmetic damage during the high seas trip last week. but the ship was cleared by royal caribbean and the united states coast guard to sale again. the ship left the port in new jersey at 3:00 p.m. saturday. let's talk local weather with jennifer. >> so far, a quiet start for sunday. wlwt radar is in the 275 loop in the northeast counties completely quiet. should stay that way this morning. the southwest counties dealing with some light flurries and a
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probably make it to the ground over the next couple hours. it trails back into activity across illinois and indiana. this is a morning band. this will not be the main event that arrives later this afternoon. some morning snow showers a possibility. most will be the accumulating snowfall this afternoon and evening. a winter weather advisory begins at noon today for all the counties in purple locally. that's the entire region with the exception of fayette and union counties. it will last until 10:00 tomorrow morning. but most of our accumulating snowfall is in today's forecast. the close range model is picking up on some of that activity, sliding in for this morning. notice this is 6:00 a.m. it's a little bit overdoing it. but i do think we'll see some flurries and light snow showers for the next couple of hours in our southwest counties a potential, then past 9:00 and 10:00, we're quiet into the midday. then the snow arrives later this afternoon as we shift to a longer range model at noon today. still, cloud cover waiting for snow to build in from west to
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here it comes by 2:00 and 3:00 downtown. by 4:00, 5:00, we all have snow. light to moderate intensity. most accumulation is coming to an end by 9:00 and 10:00 this evening. scattered snow showers continue overnight into monday morning. for the time frame today, temperatures on the cold side, through the stretch. we'll be in the teens for the snow spreads from west to east. during the afternoon and early evening, when the snow is steady, that's the most concern for slick spots on area roadways. temperatures will be in the low 20s. we're expecting two to three inches of snow. this is when it's all said and done by tomorrow morning. again, although most of it falls today, most get two to three inches. the one-inch totals will be isolated. northeast counties will trend towards one and a half, two inches. everyone getting snowfall later this afternoon. 13 the current temperature.
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an east wind continues at 9 niles miles an hour. we'll struggle to get into the mid 20s for the afternoon high today. satellite and radar showing the light band of snow developing for indiana. take a look back towards missouri. that's where we're seeing heavier snow bands start to take shape and that will be our afternoon activity that spreads in and brings us snow. the heaviest will be for central and southern county. it spreads in for all of the ohio river valley this afternoon and evening. as we head into tomorrow, we talked about that second storm monday evening. take a look as it arrives from the tennessee river valley. it will bring a good amount of warm air and moisture. this model, as well as several others, will trend more into the warmer side for a cold rain or mix on monday evening and not the accumulating snowfall potential. we'll watch the track of the low pressure closely and how much cold air is left over behind the snowfall today to help us influence how much in the way if we have a snow potential out of
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and overnight. 25 for the high today. afternoon and evening snow will accumulate quickly. a couple inches by the evening. then we have the mix around for monday. still a mix possible late on tuesday as those temperatures trend a little above the freezing mark for highs on monday and tuesday. flurries for wednesday. after we get rid of moisture and an active first half of the week, it kwaets down. we have sunshine. check out the bump in temperatures. highs in the 50s friday and saturday. jonathan: that looks so good. thank you. xavier looking for some redemption of a after a loss against creighton earlier in the week. elise jesse has morning sports. elise: good morning. i'm elise jesse. xavier on the road for the second time this week. the first road trip at creighton didn't go well. that loss should be in the rearview mirror after the way the muskies bounced back yesterday. the sun shining through hinkle fieldhouse, the largest crowd
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edmund sumner to macura. cutting back door for two. j.p. finishes with 13 points on the day. three and a half minutes later, trayvon blueitt drops the triple. xavier was doing what xavier does, a 10-0 run for the muskies. then it cranked up the defense. james barr with the block. the muskies off to the races. sumner, another assist to abel, who scored 12 points on the day. next, it's senior myles davis making the three-ball look easy. x led by 14 at the half and never looked back. they win it, 74-57. >> we obviously played better today and after about the first four or five minutes, i thought the difference in the game was our ability to defend. we didn't allow dribble penetration the last 35 minutes like we did the first five minutes. >> we pride ourselves on defense and rebounding. we did a pretty good job. improvement since the creighton game.
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needing a win at home yesterday. in the first half, this is how it started for the pirates. kendrel barkley, the jam. pirates down just two. the bearcats go inside to deberry, who muscles his way up for two. bearcats take the lead. the post players go inside. gary clark working against two defenders gets the hook shot to fall. the bearcats beat ecu 75-60. ellis led the way with a double-double, 16 points and 11 rebounds in the win. the bearcats struggled from beyond the arc early in the game, but obviously you can see they made up ground there. u.c. winning the rebounding battle. octavius ellis and gary clark combine for u.c.'s 21 assists. more college basketball on the way. jonathan, for now, you're sending it to you. jonathan: actress jennifer
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giving back to her home state in no small measure. she's donating $2 million to kosair children's hospital in her hometown of louisville. the donation will help establish the jennifer lawrence foundation cardiac icu. lawrence has visited patients during holiday trips home and has asked others to match her gift. it's a beg week for jimmy fallon, celebrating two years as host of the tonight show. nbc is commemorating the event with a two-hour special. then all this week, starting monday night, fallon will be doing his show from los angeles. >> this is crazy. i think about it all the time if i see my name. we're in california, i'm on a billboard. it's crazy. jonathan: he does the show from new york normally. make he'll move it to california. among fallon's dpefts for the
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ferrell, jennifer lopez, rhonda rousy and pit bull. >> can we stop? melissa! >> what? >> you've only hosted four times. >> no, it's five. five. >> what? jonathan: actress and comedian mels ka mccarthy hosted sat night live for the fourth time, but it was the fifth if you and her. she was obviously excited to join the five timers club. i'm sure she'll get there. kanye west was the musical guest. in three weeks, joanna hill will host. the musical guest will be future. tonight, "snl" host as
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catch it here on 5 at 8:00 p.m. still ahead on news 5 today, a battle brewing over the future of the supreme court. how the death of the justice antonin scalia has set off a chain reaction of debate among politicians. i'm sure that is going to continue. your live look outside. citycam 5. cut in the hill looking fine on this chilly sunday morning. you'll make it where you're going in the early part of the day without snow. here in vineland, home of progresso, we figured out how to get rich ingredients like bacon into 22 light soups, so if you want 100 calories or less per serving without giving up rich flavor do what we do...make it
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strudel. jonathan: now on news 5 today, a final good-bye for reds cluk house manager bernie stowe. details on the visitation and kroger's public tribute. richard: we're giving you tips to keep you safe during the winter weather event coming ahead. the road side guys out, driving, keeping you on the roads. jonathan: first freezing temperatures. now greater cincinnati is preparing for snow. meteorologist jennifer schack will tell us when it will arrive and how much we'll see. it's sunday, february 14, 2016. this is news 5 today. jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today.
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valentine's day sunday. i'm jonathan hawgood, this is meteorologist jennifer schack. how are you? jennifer: good. good morning. so the color of the day, i feel like it's red for valentine's day. but in terms of weather graphics, the color of the day is blue and white. blue for radar indication of snow and white for the actual snow. jonathan: we're patriotic, red, white and blue. jennifer: getting ready for president's day tomorrow, right? jonathan: it's not working for me. jennifer: here's the radar with blue and light flurries in the extreme southwest counties. if we see anything between now and noon, it will be in those locations. most, completely quiet through the morning. there's this little exception. we're seeing light snow showers trailing into the southwest counties. these will not be much of a problem this morning. this is not the main event. this is a setup. take a look at futurecast into the midday. here comes the heavier snow, accumulating snow across illinois, heading into our
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the afternoon and evening hours. it is widespread. light to moderate snow bands set up into our evening. we are all getting the snowfall at 5:00 and 6:00. and then we'll see it start to taper for the late evening. most accumulation does come down this afternoon and evening. then lighter snow showers will persist through the overnight. so i think it will be heaviest with the accumulating snowfall or western counties between 1:00 and 6:00 this afternoon. for the late afternoon, evening hours, the central part of the tri-state between 3:00 and 8:00. between 5:00 and 10:00 in the eastern counties. again, that's most of our accumulation. we're expecting widespread totals between one and three inches. a good amount of us are getting two. a couple spots may get more than three inches in the extreme southern counties. when it's coming down heaviest, we're selecting slick roads. i'm sure the crews will be out. we may see slick spots
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today, it's all snow. into the work week, we're talking a mix. we'll go through the active first half of the work week coming up. jonathan. jonathan: we may still have a few hours before snow moves in. road crews are preparing. wlwt news 5's richard chiles is live with tips from aaa. hey, richard. richard: jonathan, good morning. you're right. road crews are out. city of cincinnati has been doing 12-hour routes, starting yesterday, in preparation for the winter weather event. but just as these road crews are preparing, show should you when roads. zack westfall from aaa. services. you're on the roads making thousands of road emergency service stops. this is one of the pickup trucks that provides services to members. tell us what you do. >> your basic tire changes. we carry lockout equipment in
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car while letting it warm up. we carry de-icer if your locks are frozen, aerosols to clean up your battery. wd-40 to free up bolts rusted on. we carry batteries. we can install batteries in most vehicles. we carry testing equipment to make sure your battery is strong. we can do fuel deliveries as well. richard: you're very full service. as a warning to folks as they're hitting the roads, what should i be carrying with me? i know your crews are out getting ready to hit the road. they've been dispatched throughout the night. there are basic safety things i can do to protect myself as well. >> extra clothing, blankets to help you stay warm. some basic shovels, scrapers, things like that in case you get stuck. maybe something you can do yourself. maybe salt or cat litter can help if you're stuck. things like that. richard: coming up in the next half hour, we'll continue to talk with zach and the guys
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it's been a busy morning for them and will continue to be so as the winter weather event makes its way through the tri-state. want to make sure you stay safe on the roads. reporting live, richard chiles, wlwt news 5. jonathan: thanks. wlwt news 5 is leading the way download our wlwt app and see the forecast as well as get severe weather alerts sent right to your mobile device. happening today, the reds community will say good-bye to long-time clubhouse manager bernie stowe. he died tuesday at the age of 80. his visitation takes place from 3:00 to 7:00 today at elder high school. his burial is tomorrow morning at 9:30 at the holy family church on west eighth street. stowe joined the reds in 1947. kroger is also creating a public tribute to stowe during the daytona 500. the reds tweeted this photo of have during the race, honoring stowe.
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an election year battle brewing over the future of the supreme court. from the white house to capitol hill to the campaign trail, the death of justice antonin scalia is setting off debate over who should nominate his replacement. wlwt news 5's aixa diaz reports from the washington bureau. reporter: president obama says he will nominate justice scalia's sick ses sor in due time, but successor in due time, but getting the person confirmed will be an uphill battle. after antonin scalia's sudden death, president obama expressed condolences and called the 79-year-old a brilliant and energetic justice. he also announced his intention of choosing a supreme court justice nominee. >> there will be plenty of time for me to do so and for the senate to fulfill its responsibility to give that person a fair hearing and a timely vote. reporter: republican majority leader mitch mcconnell, who sets the senate schedule, says the american people should have a choice in the next supreme court justice. the vacancy shouldn't be filled until we have a new president. candidates weighed in on the
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cbs news debate saturday night. >> i think it's up to mitch mcconnell and everybody to stop it. delay, delay, delay. >> we ought to let the next president of the united states decide who is going to run the supreme court. >> we should be thinking about how can we create healing in the land. >> we need to put people on the constitution is not a living and breathing document. it's to be interpreted as originally meant. >> the next president needs to appoint someone with a proven conservative record, similar to justice scalia. >> the senate needs to stand strong and say we're not going to give up the u.s. supreme court for a generation. reporter: hillary clinton says it's outrageous republicans have pledged to block whoever the president nominates. bernie sanders, who serves in the senate, says let's get on with it and vote on a nominee. jonathan: scalia was itself longest serving justice on the current court, appointed by
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ohio's democratic party says both clinton and sanders will speak at the party's legacy dinner that happens in march. it's planned for march 13 at the columbus convention center, the weekend before ohio's primary election. early voting for ohio's primary starts next wednesday. today on "meet the press," chuck todd discusses the importance of south carolina and the battle there for each candidate, especially ohio's governor john kasich. >> john kasich needs to raise a bunch of money. he needs to hope the money comes in and does help him propel in south carolina. ideally, i think he'd love to figure out a way to say i'm going to skip south carolina and focus on michigan, ohio, illinois, a bunch of states on march 15. his problem is he can't afford to wait that long. jonathan: catch "meet the press" at 10:00. after that is "matter of fact" at 11:00. a university remembering one of its own after three people are shot. coming up, we'll tell you what we know about the suspect who is
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say fueled the shooting. and a man behind bars after a car chase with police. we have details on the arrest and the charges the suspect is facing. and your live look outside. citycam 5. there's museum center at union terminal. aglow in its yellow, amberish lighting on this sunday morning. hope you're going to have a great day, regardless of the chill factor, which is mighty.
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jonathan: welcome back. the suspect in the shooting of three college students in florida has turned himself in. one bethune-cookman university student was killed in the shooting in daytona beach. two others were injured. one in critical condition. lamont postal, junior, shot them after a fight at a party. he's facing murder and attempted murder charges. the school head a candlelight
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played on the university's football team. one man is behind bars after he led police on a car chase in columbia township. officials tried to stop a car with a fake license plate. but the driver led police on a chase that ended when he crashed into concrete steps. he fled on foot but was taken into custody. the passenger in the car, without incident. he was released. dorsey had three active felony warrants and was charged with felony failure to comply, fictitious license plates and no driver's license. dayton police are investigating after a crash claimed the lives of five people. the crash is said to have been caused by a driver who was going the wrong way on i-75 early saturday morning. the wrong-way driver hit an suv carrying four people. alcohol is suspected in the crash. the names of those involved have not yet been released. louisville coach rick pitino speaking out about the scandal
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we have the latest on that coming up in morning sports. jennifer: light snow showers on wlwt radar already. but this is just going to be light morning activity. the main event still off to our west to arrive this afternoon. we'll talk about how much snow we're expecting and the timing of the snow with valentine plans coming up. thanks for joining us on wlwt
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jennifer: good morning. a quiet start on the wlwt radar right now with the exception of our extreme southwest counties. a few morning flurries flying. most, no problems all morning going to and from church or any morning activities. but our extreme southwest counties, some light snow showers and flurries have developed across portions of indiana, tailing into down through portions of carroll, gallatin counties and owen county seeing a bit of activity. probably not going to cause any problems this morning. as we broaden it out, this is an initial band of light snow that has developed. our main snow event for the afternoon still taking shape out across portions of missouri this morning. it will arrive for the afternoon and evening. we have a winter weather advisory for the purple counties locally. it starts at noon and lasts until 10:00 tomorrow morning. most accumulating snowfall will fall today. during the overnight, scattered
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they continued that advisory through 10:00 monday. futurecast with a timing. at noon today. cloud cover in place. we're waiting for snow to arrive from west to east during the afternoon. downtown, 2:00, 3:00, spreading over the region, 4:00 and 5:00. we all have snow. some light to moderate intensity at times. it will be steady during the period of early afternoon and evening. by 10:00, 11:00, it tapers through scattered snow showers. the hour by hour forecast, we increase the coverage of snow through the afternoon period. and by the evening hours, all of us with some steadier snow starting to push out. two and three inches should be common totals. a couple spots, southern counties. a better potential for a couple of totals more than three inches. it's going to be tough to come by totals of one inch or so.
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in the northeast counties. widespread snow expected. we'll all be dealing with slick spots on the roadways during the afternoon and evening. we're at 13 right now. an east wind at nine miles an hour. the wind chill not much better than yesterday morning, feels like one degree. satellite and radar showing this initial line that's not doing much. extends from illinois into indiana. but note some of the heavy snow now developing across missouri. that will move west to east today and spread through the afternoon and evening. if your travels take you anywhere from the evening through indianapolis to southern kentucky, it's widespread snowfall. expecting totals higher across central and southern kentucky. today. been watching. monday, we talked about low pressure coming in from the south. it will bring a lot of moisture. but also, when storms come in air. we're watching the potential for monday evening, mainly it looks
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still keeping a close eye on the path of the low pressure and how much cold air we have left aloft in the atmosphere to see if we northern side of the moisture for monday evening hours. but right now, we're going to call for a mix and watch that low pressure pass closely. we still have the potential for moisture lingering for tuesday wednesday. days. today. we'll watch mix potentials, possible accumulations monday and tuesday. even those flurries flying for wednesday. late in the forecast, we start to quiet down. the moisture gets out of here. warm air surges back in. highs in the 50s friday and saturday. here's sunday morning sports. elise: good morning. friday afternoon, head coach rick pitino talked about his future. he was not shy in saying he wouldn't put up a fight if louisville ever asked him to pack his bags. >> everything is about louisville.
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we put the city first. not the coach on the back, not the name of the player on the back. just about louisville. when there comes a day, and i don't know where it is, when my coaching does not put louisville first, that's when i leave. it won't be based on anything other than that. and i hope that's not for a long time. but sometimes i don't make those decisions. elise: as for the game saturday, the cardinals were on the road, taking on notre dame. second half, cards down one. damien lee, the drive. nice dish to raymond spaulding for two. louisville with the one-point lead here. notre dame had the answer. the three from the wing is good as they hold on for the win and upset 13th ranked louisville, second ranked kentucky on the road saturday with south carolina. john calipari getting into it
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first two and a half minutes. i'm laughing because that's funny. he gets kicked out of the game. they didn't need him, though. jamal murry comes up with the steal. they'll take it the other way for the dunk. the cats win big, 89-62. ohio state was on the road with rutgers in a big ten showdown. the first half, diop drives the lane, goes up for the layup. the buckeyes with the two-point lead. more from ohio state. from the top of the key. osu goes up seven points. good. buckeyes go up 14, diop finishes with a double-double of 24 points and 14 rebounds as the buckeyes win it, 79-69. so u.c. gets a home win over ecu and xavier gets a road win over butler. that's it for me. we'll send it to you, jonathan. jonathan: a local athlete is in
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it into this year's olympics. earlier this week, fleet feet sports held a sendoff rally for marathon runner tommy kaufmann, competing in the u.s. olympic marathon trials. his coach and training group gathered in oakley to celebrate his hard work. defending flying pig champion amy robe lard will also run in the trials. businesses around cincinnati celebrating valentine's day, including one store looking to win you over by indulging your sweet tooth. you're watching cincinnati's wlwt. progresso, we figured out how to get rich ingredients like bacon into 22 light soups, so if you want 100 calories or
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without giving up rich flavor do what we do...make it progresso. look at this sweet face. so sweet. ok, we're going to need a napkin gooey, flaky, happy. toaster
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jonathan: today may be the big day, but stores have been preparing for valentine's day for months. erik zarnitz checked in on the only store making its own chocolate from scratch right here in cincinnati.
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million different ways. on valentine's day, it's all about chocolate. welcome to maverick. you know swiss chocolate. how does the compare. >> right up here. reporter: in over-the-rhine, they roast and teacher the chocolate. >> preparations start well before valentine's day. it starts before christmas because we recognize it's a very big day and a lot of it goes into recipe development. it's not mass produced. like you can taste, like, specific flavors to it. i'm a beer drinker so you drink a craft beer compared to -- you can taste notes of different flavors and stuff. it's fun. it's interesting. reporter: this is the manufacturing center, packaging plant and chocolate bar. it sells chocolate in 30 stores with 30 more on a waiting list. ?
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we just won a big award over in europe. so now, the swiss belgians, germans have been asking us to send bars overseas. reporter: paul is the brains behind the bar. he's already won a five-star rating from the encyclopedia of chocolate, ranking in the top 25 out of 5,000. now paul and his co-owner and wife are out to win your heart. much like your love should be, the chocolate's all pure, organic and timeless. reporting from over-the-rhine, erik zarnitz, wlwt news 5. jonathan: while the chocolate is good, it's certainly not cheap. prices range from 8 to 10 dollars for a bar. and ten dollars for a box of four truffles. happening today, two for one skating on fountain square. this is a live look downtown right now. the zamboni seems to have done its thing.
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organizers have invited you and your date down for a valentine's day skate today. take advantage of the deal they're offering from noon until 9:00. admission is six bucks. skate rental, 4. all ages are welcome. the liberty center is celebrating its first valentine's day in style. there will be carriage rides around the center from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. free photos throughout the center from 3:00 to 6:00. strolling musicians and entertainment all day long. a secret cupid will surprise guests with special give-aways sp surprises. it's the last day of free admission at the contemporary arts center. at 11:00, there will be a short performance by the young professionals choral collective of cincinnati. there will also be museum activities and other special musical exhibits. the event runs from 11:00 until 3:00. are you looking to add to your family? it's the perfect weekend to do so. cincinnati's largest pet
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valentine, continues today at the sharonville convention center. the adoption event features more than 700 adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens from more than 40 different rescue and shelter groups. the event runs today from 10:00 until 5:00. still a lot more ahead on news 5 today, including an unexpected coat drive. how a local student got inspired to help those in need. and your live look outside. citycam 5. come with it, won't you? a valentine's day sunrise, just a touch of that red on the
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here, open minds lead to broken boundaries. and when everyone around you is pushing you forward, nothing can stand in your way. and together, that makes us undeniably
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happier hour, p weekdays, now two to five at steak 'n shake. the four dollar menu at steak 'n shake. featuring handcrafted steakburgers, all-beef footlongs and fresh guacamole made from scratch. the four dollar menu, where all meals are under four dollars, at steak 'n shake. jonathan: now on news 5 today, cincinnati police investigating a homicide.
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wrecked car and the man now arrested for his murder. plus -- >> it's kind of heartbreaking. something you can't replace. jonathan: a piece of northern kentucky history goes up in flames. the late night fire that brought down the rabbit hash general store. richard: a busy morning for fleet services crews getting ahead of the winter weather event. details just ahead. jonathan: you might call this the calm before the storm. how pretty is it? jennifer schack will tell us about the bitter cold out there and the winter weather moving in today. it's sunday, february 14, 2016. this is news 5 today. [captioning made possible by wlwt-tv] jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today. thanks for joining us on this sunday. i'm jonathan hawgood, this is meteorologist jennifer schack. citycam 5 showing us colors. jennifer: you're mulling over a


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