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jonathan: now on news 5 today, two local students shot by their classmates. now the gunman isn't the only one facing charges. what's next for two students who allegedly saw the gun before it was used and didn't report it. plus, several states going to the polls today, and that includes kentucky. why donald trump may be paying extra attention to today's outcome. richard: raising a glass with 2,200 for the bockfest 5k. just ahead. jonathan: you might have to dodge raindrops today, but it won't be a washout. look being wet out there now. meteorologist jennifer schack will tell us when we'll need the umbrella in cincinnati's most accurate forecast. it's saturday, march 5, 2016.
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wlwt-tv] jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today. thanks for joining us on this saturday. i'm jonathan hawgood. meteorologist jennifer schack, what is that? is that rain out there? looks wet. jennifer: well, i'm still assessing it with you. but when you see a little bit of variation in the clouds in the top left and then you get a little misty foggy maybe bottom right. visibility is being reported at four miles and the humidity is up quite high. so i do think we're seeing a little bit of mist, maybe wet snowflakes in northern kentucky. it's going to be cloudy, damp, drizzly. although it's not a washout, you're dealing with the moisture all day. jonathan: great day for a frog. jennifer: yes. if you're running for the bockfest, it's an early march event.
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not ideal. i don't think we see sunshine today. but for the 10:00 run, we're talking cloudy, maybe damp and drizzly, but the showers, the rain showers are probably not until our midday to afternoon hours and we will see scattered showers then through the afternoon and evening. so satellite and radar shmorning, you can see quite a bit of moisture in the form of wet snowflakes for indiana, northern kentucky. they diminish as they push off to the east. left behind quite a bit in the way of cloud cover and damp conditions on citycam. any leftover snowflakes exiting our southern counties at this point, the 275 loop, nothing showing up on the radar. very small drizzle and mist droplets that are too hard to pick up. we may be seeing a touch of that for the morning hours though we're not showing much on the radar. cloudy and damp. a stretch of sunshine and warming temperatures. we'll talk about how high we'll climb coming up. jonathan. jonathan: jennifer, thanks. they saw the gun and according
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anything about it. we have a deadly shooting investigation going on in the block of derek turnbow avenue. overnight. we'll have more in a second. this morning, two 14-year-old students are facing charges connected to the shooting in week. monday morning, austin hancock injured two more in the cafeteria after allegedly showing the two students the gun. hancock is currently facing attempted murder and felony assault charges. it's also against the law to not report a weapon. we spoke with a local defense attorney, who says the teens cannot be tried as adults, but could face a variety of penalties. >> they could be placed on home incarceration, given work details, fines and costs, put on probation. things of that nature. so the possible punishments are different than in the adult system. jonathan: defense attorney mark krumbein says in the state of ohio, depending upon what the judge decides, the teenagers
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they're adults. happening today, the family of a northern kentucky woman who was found dead after being missing for a month will say their final good-byes. the funeral for tara turner will begin at 11:00 at the peoples funeral home in falmouth. her body was found in a creek by people fishing last sunday. she is the mother of three children. investigators still have not said how she died. she'll be buried at terrell cemetery in corbin, kentucky tomorrow. on to commitment 2016, kentucky is among five states weighing in on the 2016 race for the white house today. hillary clinton and donald trump are looking to add to their recent super tuesday wins, though hillary clinton isn't involved with kentucky today. it's just the gop. the rivals are hoping to bolster their delegate counts. >> it's not a big enough
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keeping an eye on it for no other reason, just to make sure towards the nomination hasn't been altered in any way. jonathan: going to hear all the other. there are 46 delegates up for grabs today in kentucky. voting goes from 10:00 until 4:00. voters must be registered as republicans in order to vote today. celebrating cincinnati's brewing heritage with a race and then, of course, a cold beer. this morning is the annual bockfest 5k. wlwt news 5's richard chiles live in over-the-rhine, where the starting line is being set up. richard, good morning. richard: jonathan, good morning to you as well. the german spirit flowing through cincinnati, enjoying bockfest weekend. the bockfest 5k kicking off the official running season in the tri-state. 2,200 folks going to be making their way through the streets, through the historic brewery district of downtown cincinnati, enjoying great, brisk morning for a run and celebrating with the beer afterwards. we saw the festival getting
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of course, it's a wonderful opportunity, enjoy the great brewing tradition of the tri-state. and then, of course, getting a cold one once you're finished. winding your way through the tri-state. it's an amaze ing opportunity. this is the hardware at stake. getting a chance to win. the runners enjoying the day. this is what's at stake with the christian moerlein beer at the end. enjoying the run. get started at 10:00 this morning. the race itself already sold out, but on a you can still come out, cheer runners on, get a cold one after the race is over. reporting live, richard chiles, wlwt news 5. jonathan: the weather could be worse out there. thanks, richard. two local entrepreneurs are using the weekend to kick off their brewery. cincinnati natives anthony stover and eric tanner are the coowners of brewers buddy.
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kitchen and garage. they're ready toic ta the ic ic take their business to the next level. they'll unveil at braxton brewing company in covington at 1:00. police are searching for answers after a deadly head-on collision. what we know about the victims and the other drivers condition. high school basketball teams in tournament play. we have the latest from the women's games and the men's in morning sports. and your live look outside. citycam 5. cut in the hill getting some heavier traffic on this misty saturday morning. hope your travel safely wherever
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jonathan: welcome back. a search for answers continues in a deadly crash in cold spring, kentucky. people have created a memorial at the site where it happened on u.s. 27. 30-year-old desiree hensley of alexandria and her 8-year-old, ja-kyra, died thursday night in a head-on crash. the other driver, tammy finauer, crossed the center line. finauer had to be hospitalized. word of the crash spread through ja-kyra's elementary school. >> i'm pray for the family and keep them in my thoughts and prayers.
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around the family, hold them tight. jonathan: police say the investigation is ongoing. in elmwood place, a father is headed to jail after crashing his car while high on heroin with his daughter in the car. ryan harding was sentenced to 180 days after admitting the child endangering. police say he drove over an embankment and passed out in the front steet. authorities had to use nar tan to revive him. the child has been placed with its mother. let's talk local weather with jennifer. jennifer: a cloudy and dreary start for our saturday. a band of moisture moving our way during the overnight. it's been fizzling out as it moves overhead. we have cloud cover, mist and snowflakes departing the southeast counties. didn't see much downtown out of the system. we had a band of snow showers move through indiana and parts of northern kentucky. it's been fading across bracken
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ies. haven't seen anything inside the 275 loop so far. this was our morning mix possibility. diminishing on the futurecast. then we have a quieter period between about 8:00 and 10:00. we shouldn't see much in the way of showers. then we'll develop into the midday light rain showers by the noon hour. we'll continue with scattered sprinkles and showers through the afternoon. the cloud cover will stick around. day. i do think it will be very light showers during the afternoon. they'll fade out as we head into the evening. a wet start for the weekend. clouds break up this evening. it will be all rain showers today. temperatures easily climb back into the mid 40s. right now on citycam, looks like we're doing better with our visibility now, getting a little bit more in the northern kentucky horizon there, looking south. touch. we're at six miles right now from four miles earlier. the temperatures at 33. the south wind at 6 miles an
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temperatures through the 30s this morning. a few light sprinkles at 11:00 a.m. scattered rain showers, temperatures in the 40s this afternoon. on the satellite and radar, wider view, this morning band of moisture is diminishing and we'll see redevelopment into the afternoon. there's a weak upper level disturbance basically moving overhead that will develop those afternoon showers and keep the clouds around today. but as soon as tomorrow, high pressure builds in behind this. we'll clear out the skies tonight. tomorrow, mostly sunny, light winds, temperatures a couple of degrees above average. highs on sunday in the low 50s. and note we start to get those iso bars line go together. that means winds increasing. they'll come out of the south behind the high pressure. by tomorrow night, a nice return. southwest flow will start to bring in warmer temperatures. a big jump in high temperatures starting for our work week. but also, in time, that will grab not only the warmth but some gulf of mexico moisture and the second half of our week looks warm and wet. it does look like we have a couple of rainy days coming our way.
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morning flakes coming to an end. afternoon rain showers, midday and afternoon rain showers. tonight, clouds start to break up. we drop off to 33. dry for sunday. plenty of sunshine. 52. it sounds great. we're heading in the right direction. 64 monday and near 70 tuesday. partly cloudy skies and dry to start the week. then we get into wetter stuff on wednesday and it looks like right now, the best time period is probably thursday for widespread heavy rain. could see quite a bit, though, for wednesday and friday as well. we'll see how it washes out. it looks like most of the rainfall will be to our west, but we'll tap into quite a bit of it the second half of the work week. jonathan. jonathan: a lovely week. you could play golf on tuesday. tons of action friday night as high school basketball teams competed in the regional tournament. the sports crew has all the details. george: welcome to the blitz on a saturday. i'm george vogel, alongside elise jesse.
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ninth region boys tournament. cooper against a tough one last night. elise: the thoroughbreds had one loss in the last two months. it was clear the team would have the ability to make a deep run into the tourney. george: the jaguars getting pumped up for the quarterfinal. they're on the attack. erick anderson to mr. kentucky candidate, ben wire. when the big man gets it that close, nothing you can do. luke movis blowing past his defender on the way to the bucket. 16-2, breds early. sean mcneil gets the pass in the paint, floats it in. new cath winning 48-34. they'll face the winner of friday night's other quarterfinal game, elise. elise: you got it, george. that would be dixie heights taking on holy cross last night. dixie getting things started with tyler shrek back-to-back threes to start off the game. he was hot early. had 12 points in the first quarter alone. holy cross, do not underestimate them. they can shoot too.
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two straight threes. it was a close game all night long. tyler beisel decided that's enough three balls. drives it for the bucket. they continue to force it inside. they win 58-46 and play new cath sunday at 2:30. it's time to make the big switch over to some girls high school hoops. all the excitement going down in kentucky last night. george: it's the tenth region ladies semifinals. derek forest covering the action in campbell county. derek: we've reached the semifinals in kentucky with two viewing area teams in the mix. scott on one side, campbell county on the other side. the camels with the home court advantage taking on george rogers clark out of lexington. fourth quarter. campbell county up three at the line. the attempt is no good. clark county brings it up the court. they'll get it back to jasmine flowers and she's going to launch the deep ball right there.
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sending the game to overtime. so in the overtime session, the camels working around to brittany fornish in the paint. she goes up for two, puts them up by three. campbell county dabs their way to the semifinals with the 73-71 win over clark county in overtime. the second game of the night has the scott lady eagles meeting up with mason county. we'll pick this up in the first quarter. alexis stapleton stops and pops the jumper. scott with the one-point lead. later in the quarter, scott on the break. summer sechrest with the drive in the layup and one. lady eagles up five. more from scott. going up with the left hand, paints the eight-point lead as they grab the one-point win over mason county, 63-62 was the final. we had great competition over at campbell county friday night as both teams were decided by only -- or both games were only decided by three points combined with one game decided in
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so that sets up a tenth region girls final against campbell county and scott later tonight at 7:00 p.m. is proud to present the mcdonald's blitz 5 student-athlete of the week. elise: tyler bezold is a senior at holy cross high school and plays on the basketball team. he's a member of the 1,000 point club and the nka division two all conference team. for the past two years, tyler has participated in a pickup game of wheelchair basketball. his gpa is 3.2. morgan gabbard is also a senior and plays on the volleyball and basketball teams. morgan has won the most prestigious indian award and is a member of the national honor society. her gpa is 4.03. george: if you know someone who deserves to be the next mcdonald's student-athlete of the week, let us know. drop us a line at 1700 young street, cincinnati, 45202 or
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jonathan: madison high school wrestler nick savarda staying focused in the face of adversity. he's in columbus competing for the state title after the tragic shooting that rocked his school and rocked his teammate. he won his semifinal match at 220 pounds and competes today in the final. good luck. >> i knew my goal has been all season and that's what i stayed focused on through everything that happened last week. i was ready to go when i got here. jonathan: he was moved up from division 3 to division 2 for this year and could become the first madison mohawk ever to win back-to-back state titles. hope he does. more support for a small business struck by a recent tragedy. we'll tell you about an upcoming event to rebuild the rabbit hash general store in a live, in-studio interview. a misty morning. i can make out the buildings in the eden park along the ohio.
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jennifer: welcome back. for 185 years, this general store was the heart of historic rabbit hash. until it was destroyed by a fire last month. now people around northern kentucky and the area are coming together to build it back for the ashes. joining us this morning, colonel d of colonel d herbs and spices. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. jennifer: you have a connection and want to help out. tell us about it. >> my heart as been in habit rabbit hash for years. i have a lot of friends there. it was always great to see the con sent that used to be returned at the general store. it's a landmark that needs to come back. it was heartbreaking to see the fire. i was actually moved to tears when i saw the news. and was down there the next day talking to don claire, the president of the historical society, saying okay what can we do? we've got to do something.
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the rabbit hash bash. jennifer: tell us about it. >> it's next saturday. it's from noon until 7:00 is the total hours. auction. we've got some great pieces for the silent auction. there's actually char from the general store that's very historic. we have two pieces of wood that actually came from a wooden barge that was disassembled to build the store. so this wood is older than 1830. i can't do the math. so those are going to be items on the silent auction. we'll have wonderful food for folks to partake in. we'll roast a pig. we'll have ribs. we'll have just a lot of good food. jennifer: all of this is going to happen, rabbit hash is on the western part of northern kentucky. you're doing this in campbell county? >> correct, like hands across northern kentucky. we love them over there.
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them to come back. we're going to have music as well, we're going to have bluegrass and country western music. all fitting into what rabbit hash is all about. jennifer: an eclectic location. a unique atmosphere. it's still there, but it's a matter of rebuilding the general store. >> it's sad because that's the first thing you saw coming into town. now it's just this big charred mess. so it's sad. jennifer: thanks for stepping up as one of the multiple ways to help the community and get it going again. the rabbit hash bash will be held in fort thomas next saturday, march 12 from noon until 6:00. you can get tickets by going to the on tv tab of wlwt.com and click on the as seen on section. we'll have a link to the web sight as well. thanks for coming in. >> thank you. jonathan: still a lot more ahead on news 5 today, including
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jonathan: now on news 5 today, a brake in the case of a murder of a middletown mom, accused of shooting brittany russell while her 6-month-old daughter was in the back seat. richard: the setup is under way as the bockfest 5k gets ready to get started in just a few hours. jonathan: clouds bringing some wet weather and cooler temperatures. but not for the whole week end. meteorologist jennifer schack will tell us about the best chance of showers in her most excellent forecast. it's saturday, march 5, 2016. this is news 5 today. jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today. thanks for joining us on this saturday. meteorologist jennifer schack. how are you doing? jennifer: doing great. yourself? jonathan: doing better than the forecast right now. kind of misty, cloudy.
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visibility over the last hour. we're not going to have the sunrise that we normally -- jonathan: that's a bummer. should be soon here. we're missing out on some color in favor of gray, which i guess is a color of sorts. jennifer: that's true. cloudy, start to finish today. sunshine all of tomorrow. we salvage the second half of the weekend. we have to get through a cloudy, damp and cool day today. a look at citycam, showing quite a bit in the way of cloud cover. earlier, with thicker clouds overhead and a little mist, a little flakes in the air. snow showers in northern kentucky. those are diminishing at this point, but those clouds are hanging tight. wlwt radar, the 275 loop is dry currently. some of those flakes exiting for the southern counties. they've been weakening. they moved across the 71/75 split at a pretty good clip that may have produced slushy snow on the roadways briefly. that should be alleviated as temperatures climb briefly. this is moving out. this is our chance for a mix in the morning.
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wait for rain showers and midday. we have cloud cover in place. temperatures sitting just at and above freezing. the coolest spot in wilmington holding at 32. the rest of us on the freezing mark. the forecast high, 47. it will comfortably support liquid rain showers this afternoon. shower activity today. as we dry out, we'll start to warm up the temperatures. wait until you see a stretch of above average highs next week. we'll go through it coming up. jonathan: in middletown, new murder charges weeks after a mother was shot to death. a dayton man is charged in brittany russell's death. russell was found shot in her car with her baby in the back seat. curtis burdette was previously arrested on a drug charge. he's facing several more charges, including aggravated murder, felony assault and child endangerment. the prosecutor has not released a motive. a series of break-ins at clermont county churches may be the work of one man.
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$50,000 bond. he admitted to breaking into five churches near felicity, ohio. investigators say he admitted to stealing from the public library. police have recovered and returned about $1500 worth of church property. >> there's a lot of people who love me. they just want to vote for me. but it's okay. it's not a problem. jonathan: and then there were four. ben carson finding humor last night while ending his house. a gathering of conservative activists near dc. the move was no surprise especially after he decided not to participate in the thursday night debate. today we'll find out if the debate had an impact in kentucky. the gop caucus is today. from 10:00 to 4:00, most counties will have one caucus
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many voters we talked to are glad kentucky republicans will have an actual say in who the party nominates for president, as opposed to voting in may, when the primary's often an after the fact kind of deal. >> this is a very important election for all americans. all americans need to get out and vote. it's exciting and we're relevant. we're part of the process. jonathan: if you're wondering why kentucky's gop is holding a caucus, it's because rand paul wanted to run for the white house but remain eligible to run for the senate in the may primary, which he will now do. as for ohio governor john kasich, he's back on the road in holland, michigan. he says he's trying to keep his positive campaign going and says he will not beat donald trump by smearing him. in addition to michigan, kasich also spoke in maryland. a few years ago, bockfest was all about the beer.
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flying pig have turned the tap to make this morning focused on runners as well. wlwt's richard chiles live in over-the-rhine with how the partnership got brewed up. hey, you got iris simpson bush out there. hey, richard. richard: jonathan, you're absolutely right. it wouldn't be a run without the queen of the cincinnati running community, iris simpson bush. this race has just grown so much in its four years, 2,200 folks already signed up, sold out today. >> wore e're so excited. in the cincinnati running community, you give them a race and a challenge, and they're here. richard: this race is perfect cincinnati. a race and beer at the end. >> absolutely. snapt isn't that great at every race. we get to celebrate cincinnati's brewing history. it's fun to be in over-the-rhine, where there is so much history and to be a part of it and doing something on a saturday morning that's healthy, fun and we'll celebrate after. richard: this is a big kickoff.
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>> this is the kickoff. there would be the little kings friday night. and we have the hudy 7k and 14k oktoberfest weekend. there are a thousand people who intend to do all three events, referred to as the brew hogs. richard: what with ve got? >> we've got the lovely medal. every medal is functional. you can open your beer after you finish the race. richard: cincinnati functional, there it is. we'll put a big head on this one. with iris simpson bush, it's always a pleasure. jonathan: function indeed. richard, thanks. a specialty doughnut shop holding a grand opening at the anderson town center. top this doughnut and ice cream bar will have special promotions, give-aways, doughnuts and coffee throughout the day. the personalized doughnut shop, where you choose your own creative toppings, offers more than just that. they also have coffee and
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sweet treats. local youth learning some new skills on the green. coming up, we'll talk about the upcoming event that could help give you someone their first tee. and your live look outside. citycam 5. not a day for golf, but wednesday is as i mentioned earlier in the forecast. going to be nice to hear what the first tee folks are up to. stay with us. we'll be right back here at
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jonathan: welcome back. a tri-state organization is giving youth a swing at success by putting them on the greens. joining us to talk about a big event for the first tee is gale wal-mart and schroeder padilla high school student destin allen. great to see you, gale. this organization is a big hit with me because i'm a golfer. i love golfing and i love what it does for people. talk just a bit about first tee. you have really got it going with kids. >> we do. we love any opportunity to talk about how magical our first tee program is. we do teach kids golf, help work with them to improve their golf skills.
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golf as a platform to teach kids character building, life skills, core values and healthy habits. kids can get started with us, our program, as early as age 7. it's a tiered program. so as they develop proficiencies in their golf skills and also their understanding of the character skills and core values, they can advance. they could age out through, if they stick with us, age out when they graduate high school. jonathan: you hear a lot about sports, helping with kids. i think golf, by far and away, is the one that most obviously fits that. because of all the etiquette and the rules in golf that you have to follow, boy, does it translate well into being an adult, doesn't it? >> it really does. it helps with judgment a lot. sfars when when you have life questions, when you're thinking about
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express that. jonathan: do you find yourselves in those positions as a young person, thinking if i was on the golf course, i would have to tell the truth about this. myself. >> do the right thing. >> yes, do the right thing. jonathan: we're looking at youngsters in the program. you were a youngster once. now you're all -- not all grown up, but on your way. you look line woman. i enjoy talking to you. how's your game? >> it's improving. >> do you tend to draw or fade? both? do you go both ways? >> it goes both ways. jonathan: i know you're good if you can draw and fade. i can't manage that. i've been playing for 40 years. we've got an event coming up. tell us one more thing about golf that's fun and interesting. >> i guess anything can happen. you have to be ready for anything. it brings in the judgment factor.
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to be put in front of water. it's just that judgment. jonathan: also, keep your cool in the face of turmoil. sometimes you take a 7 and that's not good. >> and it's not okay. but you've got to work it. jonathan: thanks for talking with us. to register your child for the first tee or attend the core values awards, logon to wlwt.com and click on the as seen on section. local basketball teams are competing in regional tournament play. we'll have details coming up in sports. jennifer: temperatures climbing into the 40s today. we go from a few snowflakes this morning to some rain showers this afternoon. a cloudy and damp start to the weekend, but improvement on the way.
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jennifer: welcome back. satellite and radar showing overnight sprinkles and snowflakes that came through during the night, for indiana and northern kentucky. they're diminishing, but the
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after morning snow showers and the mix, that's diminishing. a close look at the wlwt radar a couple flakes still flying, maybe down through bracken, robertson and mason counties. that's the extent. keep in mind locally through 275, nothing shows up on radar, but we've seen at times a little mist and drizzle. droplets hard to pick up on radar. we may see some activity still a possibility this morning. we'll transfer into rain showers for the midday and afternoon. futurecast showing this morning line diminishing. here comes midday and afternoon rain showers with temperatures in the 40s. it will all be liquid this afternoon. we'll continue with damp conditions, cloudy skies, light showers at times. all of us will likely see some form of rain showers or mist this afternoon. we're talking maybe a tenth of an inch on the high end. it won't be a big rain maker. but it will be a cloudy, damp and drizzly day today. then as we head into the evening, clouds start to break up and we'll dry out for the overnight forecast.
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precipitation. we are already above freezing officially. we'll keep climbing into the afternoon. we're at 33 right now, south wind at 6. visibility improving. it was at four miles earlier. now six miles, but you get a look at citycam. it's a gray, cloudy start for the morning and we'll keep those clouds around all afternoon. satellite and radar showing our morning bands sliding through. a little quieter spell and then midday and afternoon showers return today. we'll keep the clouds. they start to break up tonight. high pressure builds in from the plains. overhead high pressure tomorrow. lighter winds, more sunshine. late in the day, we get more of a south wind. highs tomorrow in the low 50s. we do climb a few degrees above average starting tomorrow with the dry day. that's just the start of a warmup. we end up with a pretty nice southwest flow returning and warm air building back in starting on monday. we will jump with temperatures monday in the mid 60s. so the warmth returns. but in time, when you bring back the south winds, you also
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it will start off warm and dry next week. we'll end it warm and wet. looks like rain chances return for the midweek. jet stream showing the last couple days with the highs only in the 30s. well below average. we'll start to come out of that today. the mild air is building out in the plains. it will build in for us tomorrow. still pretty seasonable. the mild air returning next week. highs close to 70 with sunshine for a couple days. 47 for the high today. we have a few afternoon rain showers. morning flakes have come to an end. clouds start to break up. we drop off to 33. tomorrow. 52 degrees. seasonable with light winds. 64 and 69 partly cloudy, dry conditions monday and tuesday. looks great to be out. we bring back rain but keep temperatures mild to warm. right now, looks like the best chance for heaviest rain would be thursday. here's your saturday morning sports. george: welcome back to the blitz on a saturday morning.
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this isn't early for you. our blitz basketball insider, alex meacham. >> no, i'm up. george: alex meacham. >> good to have you back. when i did the fist bump with derek, he about broke my -- george: i'm not on derek's workout plan, obviously. he should be up at arnold's in columbus this weekend. >> he should be. george: a lot going on in dayton. four big division one district championships in the southwest region in ohio. mason and wilmington go at it in the first game at 1:00. what do you see in this game? >> big showdown, george. mason has to keep it a low scoring game. wilmington's average is 75 points a game. jarinn cumberland has about 30. they need to keep him under 15. on the flip side, wilmington needs to push the pace of the game, get the ball to jarinn cumberland. george: that's game one. game two will be tipping off at 3:00.
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undefeated wayne. that is a talented bunch. >> talented bunch. got five kids averaging about double figures. so that's going to be a tough matchup. lakota east has to control the pace, limit the turnovers and make shots. andrew remick had 28 points verse walnut last game. he needs to do the same thing to be successful. george: centerville taking on lasalle in the evening game at 7:00. what do you think about the lancers' chances. >> they have a good chance. c.j. fleming has to step up. with trey kugler being injured, they need to control the pace of they'll be fine. george: mighty moeller with carl kramer calling shots. he's the head coach, taking on springfield at nine. >> carl will know what springfield had for dinner. he'll have them scouted. danny davis for springfield is averaging 20 points a game. moeller needs to control that. they'll be playing on a big court. trey mcbride will spread it, get to the bucket. i think moeller will be fine. george: it's a 9:00 tip. carl will be sneaking around at the team dinner for springfield,
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>> yes, he will. he is our blitz 5 basketball insider. this is it for the blitz. >> oh, man. george: we'll have you back to talk more basketball along the way. >> had a great time. thank you so much for having me. george: elise, back to you. elise: the saints were hosting laroche college in the opening run of the division 3 ncaa the first half, sidney moss whips it inside to nickey kiernan. the sophomore finished with ten points on the night. kiernan continues to facilitate the assist to madison temple, who had eight points in five boards. you can't do the highlight without sidney moss. she led all scorers with 23 in the wip. they'll play guilford college tonight at 6:30. the mt. st. joe men in their first trip to the division 3 tourney, playing their first round yesterday evening. though, 98-87 the final. george: there's plenty to do on this saturday.
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columbus. xavier will be in action in the muskies' final regular season home game. it's senior day. the musketeers hosting creighton at 2:30. we have ninth region girls action in kentucky. highlands taking on ryle and holmes versus conner. in ohio, mason will be battling with lakota. jonathan: i've got more jonathan: after the break, a final check of the top stories of the morning and the tri-state's most accurate forecast. what have you got, citycam? music hall is seeing a few misty days in its life span.
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let's get a final update on the top stories. shots rang out and the victim has died. it happened in the 700 block of derrick turnbow avenue just before 2:30 this morning. police arrived on the scene to find a male shot. he died at the scene. his identity hasn't been released. no arrests have been made. two 14-year-old students are arrested with charges connected to the smoot hooting at madison high school. this is after austin hancock shot four students. he showed two students the gun. if found guilty, they could face months at the juvenile detention center or home incarceration. hancock is facing attempted murder and felony assault charges. it's gop caucus day in kentucky. are you going to vote? there are 46 delegates up for grabs. from 10:00 to 4:00, reg stirred republicans will pick their preferred presidential
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most counties will have one caucus site. and it's at good day to go to a caucus. you're not missing a sunny day outside. jennifer: a dreary start to our weekend. cloudy, damp today. showers return for the midday and afternoon. and what it looks like now in the citycam, i think we're going to have the clouds around all day. plan on clouds, rain showers at times. morning flurries have basically come to an end. some rain showers this afternoon. it will be all liquid. we're heading up to 47. then we dry out sunday, monday and take a look at the temperatures as the week unfolds. we have 60s and sunshine and eventually rain. jonathan: 70 wednesday, that is spring, my friend. just like i've been saying.
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good morning. getting closer. presidential front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton hoping to tighten their grip on their party's nominations today, as voters in five states head to the polls. trump's opponents vowing they will stop him, while on the democratic side, hillary clinton holds her lead over bernie sanders, despite the e-mail scandal that continues to plague her campaign. >> i'm happy that everybody now has been cooperating and giving ysion. >> we're live on the campaign trail.

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