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>> tonight, the search intensifies as we learn new details about the case. >> dealing with the dangers lurking on the internet. local parents in a crash course in keeping kids safe. [captioning made possible by wlwt-tv] sheree: deputies stepping up the search for a missing mom and little boy. mike: they disappeared five days ago. police say the young mother left a note. richard chiles is live with the latest. richard: good evening. the warren county sheriff stephanie is now involved in the search for 22-year-old callie carnes and her 20 month old son. they are doing everything they can to find a pair as the family prays for their safe return. am really scared. i have seen what this guy is
richard: another anguishing night, pleading for her daughter to come home safely. her daughter took off with 22-month-old grant and has not been seen since. >> we stopped at several different places and looked at different hotels. no sign of her. richard: deputies believe that there could be with a man called josh kraft, convicted of abusing the child. >> i cannot imagine what a one-year-old could possibly give -- do so bad that would make him want to hit him that way. he should not be laying his hand on him. it just worries me. i don' t know how far he will take this. richard: after an extensive social networking campaign across several states, warren county sheriff' s joined in the active search. >> the sheriff' s office is
-- kallie carnes. she was last seen with her 22-month-old son, grant. richard: as the search widens, the family wants to hear something. knowing where they are or what they are going through, we don' t know. that is the most hurtful, not knowing. richard: the warren county sheriff' s office has issued the critical missing this afternoon. they are also sending out a vehicle description of a white buick that was last seen. mike: thank you. bond set at $1 million in a man charged with killing a middletown mom. he was charged in the death of written russell last month. she was shot in her car last month. her six-month-old baby was found unhurt in the backseat. prosecutors are not releasing a motive for the shooting. police are looking into a
time ago at the kroger on vine street to was about an hour ago. police have not said anything about the man' they were looking for any suspects. sheree: two people are facing charges after deputies say they sycamore township. just after 1:00 this morning, two people inside a car. artiste nelson -- nelson and elijah jackson are the suspects. nelson and jackson will be arraigned in the morning put -- in the morning. mike: a suspected kentucky police chief and officer on trial suspected of putting an inmate on a bus to florida last year. today, taking the stand in his own defense. michael and ronald are facing charges are taking a mentally ill inmate to the bus station instead of a treatment facility.
agreement. a judge ordered adam to a state hospital instead. prosecutors say there is no way the chief did not know the deal fell through. >> back on you. are you the one who drafted your own? >> yes, ma' am. mike: both men are still working for the city, but in a nonlaw enforcement capacity. if convicted, they could face 20 years behind bars. the charges against adam were later dismissed. sheree: keeping your kids safe as they surf the web and tap on their self him. one school district is being proactive about getting parents involved in their kids' online lives. tammy mutasa has more for us. tammy: experts say when you give your kid a device, you take responsibility and stay on top
many new apps that your kids are checking out behind your back. >> i am going home to check my daughter' s phone. >> my four-year-old knows how to use my phone better than i do. tammy: parents, do you know what after school is more whisper or secret? these are a few new apps hiding what your child could be doing. >> are so many different apps that you think are harmless. that is what they want you to think. and there are predators. tammy: experts say danger is just a click away. anonymously, oftentimes, bad things occur. tammy: in a world of sexting, cyber bullying, and social media suicide games, teaching kids how to stay on top of any platform where your child to get hurt or taken advantage of >> do not
how the apps work and how the devices work themselves. and you are prepared to monitor that device. tammy: amy says she is concerned about who her kids talk to online. experts cannot say this enough. the things your child to online -- do online can stay with them forever. >> these days, you are worried about your kids walking around the streets and things like that. you are never really thinking about who they are interacting with online. tammy: experts say just go online and try to learn as many apps as you can so you can keep your kids safe. sheree: it really is hard with those kids. they seem like a step ahead of us. more information on our website tonight. go to wlwt.com. mike: republicans in four states had to primaries or caucuses
to ohio, votes a week from tomorrow. donald trump will stop in vandalia on saturday. the airport expo center will host the campaign event, but you have to register online ahead of time. doors open at 7:00 on saturday morning. sheree: michigan is one of the states voting tomorrow. a new poll shows ohio' s governor is gaining ground in the bordering state. at campaign events today, john kasich pushed for harmony in washington. governor kasich will join 1000 people for a pancake breakfast on saturday. right now, donald trump is leading michigan, florida, and even ohio. >> this set the table for someone like donald trump to come in and uniquely dominate this process as he has so far. i don' t think it' s over. sheree: some republicans think kasich'
hasek has said he will drop out if he loses ohio. ron portman and several congressmen are expecting -- are expected at the sentiment pancake event. mike: hillary clinton will hold a rally in cleveland tomorrow. doors open at 7:00 p.m. tomorrow night at cuyahoga community college. bernie sanders spent the day campaigning in michigan and fired back after a debate comment saying he supported the auto industry in a 2008 bailout. another written -- concern for ohio voters, filling john boehner' s seat. >> addressing the concerns of americans. mike: voters had a chance to meet potential replacements and ask them questions. organizers invited all been republicans hoping to win the eighth district seat in next week' s ohio primary. voters will nominate a candidate for the special election in june to fill his term along with a
election for the next term. sheree: new details about the school shooting at madison junior senior high from one week ago today. newly released radio traffic reveals what happens when police are searching for the gunman. investigators say the suspected shooter was in the cafeteria for 20 minutes before he opened fire and within minutes of the shooting, two students were hit first responders had austan hancock' s name, age, and hiding spot. >> he is over in this wooded area here, this thicket. he is dressed in all black. he has a hoodie. he is in this area. if we can just keep him locked down. sheree: radio calls revealed a strategic response. court records show 20 witnesses identified the 14-year-old as the gunman.
the school is working to restore a sense of safety with some activities. you can find them on our website. mike: three men wilson -- will spend six years in prison for a vicious attack downtown. cell phone video caught much of the violence after a hip-hop concert. they each were charged with felonious assault for that attack. the cause of death for a local mother remains a mystery tonight. karen turner' s family looking for answers. she had been missing for a month before fisherman found her body. the medical examiner' s office and the corner have not released findings about her death, but her family says investigators are narrowing down the cause. >> they told us tonight they found her that she was not stabbed, shot, or strangled.
mike: her family says their biggest struggle is explaining her death to her children. a first in america and it is happening here in ohio. >> they have provided me with a gift that i will never be able to repay. i am beyond thankful for that. sheree: the experimental surgery giving a woman the chance for something she did not think was even possible. kevin: and temperatures tonight are warmer than they were just 24 hours ago. that means a warm tuesday is on the way. i will let you know just how high the numbers are headed tomorrow.
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sheree: hope tonight for women who have been told for years they could never have a baby. mike: the nation' s first uterus transplant was done in cleveland at the cleveland clinic last month. folks that lindsay will one day carry her own child. >> i have prayed that god would allow me the opportunity to experience pregnancy and here we are today at the beginning of that journey. mike: the 26-year-old identified only as lindsay was told since age extreme that would never have children. she received a uterus from a dead donor during a nine-hour procedure. similar surgeries in sweden have led to the births of five healthy babies since 2014.
just about a surgery and moving a uterus from here to there. it is about having a healthy baby. that goal is still a couple of years away. mike: doctors will wait a year to ensure the transplant is not rejected for lindsay tries to become pregnant. if successful, the transplant could offer alternatives to surrogacy and adoption for the 3%-5% of women in similar situations. >> the focus of the procedure is not on the uterus. it is on women and children and families. mike: nine will women have been screened for the clinical trial, recipient. lets it provided new with a gift that i will never be able to repay and i am beyond thankful for that. might be shared by other women. the hope is now that she can express one or two pregnancies and then the uterus would be removed so she would not have to
sheree: americans will have their chance to pay respects to former first lady nancy reagan. she will be laid to rest next to her husband at the ronald reagan presidential library after a private funeral on friday. before that, her body will be at the california library wednesday and thursday. the former first lady died yesterday. she was 94 years old. mike: new developments in the ohio dole hysteria outbreak. a woman went into a coma after eating a tainted salad mix from kroger. she remains hospitalized the cdc link the outbreak to a dole pla nt in springfield, ohio. sheree: erin andrews walked out of court today a winner. a jury awarded her $55 million in the civil lawsuit against a stalker filming her nude. her attorney saying that the national marriott never should
she was staying in or let him stay in the room next to her. andrews said she suffered from depression for months and months, years after the video ended up online. >> it will always be there. there will always be a reminder, every single day. sheree: the hotel attorney says it will go over trial evidence and see if it can appeal. they say barrett was the only one responsible for what happens. -- for what happened. caught on camera. a suspected shoplifter leads south carolina police on a chase without being able to see the front windshield. check this out. there is the hood of the car. police were able to arrest the guy. he now faces several charges. >> everything was taken from me. my left hand, my legs. mike: a life-changing moment for a soldier. now this purple heart recipient is inspiring others. today, he was at a rehab center
in 2005, brian anderson lost both his legs and his left hand when an ied went off near him. >> saved my right hand, the fact that i reached in my pocket to grab a cigarette. i stuck the cigarette in my mouth, went to light it, and the explosion went off to mike: he does not let his injuries stop him. he still skateboards and snowboards. besides traveling around the country, anderson has a web series showing how he tackles everyday tasks. >> cincinnati' s certified most accurate or cast. kevin: i think it is safe to go alert for the next double of days. highs in the 60' s and 70' s. it is going to feel like spring and for more than just a day or two. ready much all week, temperatures will run unseasonably warm. temperatures will be 15-25 degrees warmer than they should
we will pay the price by bringing in some rain eventually. we have several days of dry weather to enjoy these unseasonably warm temperatures first. here is a look outside tonight. a quiet night, but a mild one. right now, still hovering in the low 50' s. at the airport, a south wind at nine. both areas are still in the 50' s. check it out. 55 in mason. 53 in harrison. 55 -- the cool spot seems to be hamilton, down to 48. a southerly component will keep us on the mild side and you must a jumpstart on an unseasonably warm day tomorrow. tomorrow afternoon, look for the highs to climb into the low 70' s. here is a look at radar tonight. all is quiet across the area. no worries for rain tonight or tomorrow. a warm front into the valley.
will come and go without any significant rain to speak of the the storm system in nevada will eventually make it to the tri-state. it will take two or three days to get here before it has an impact. there is a look at futurecast. it is very quiet. a few passing clouds from time to time and that is it. most of the rain will stay to our west. a small chance for spotty showers wednesday afternoon. the best opportunity for the most widespread rains will not be here until thursday and even then, thursday does not look like a washout. it is probably going to be thursday night. this is 8:00 thursday night into early friday before we get the wet weather. the weather pattern is changing and looks like it is changing for more than just a you days. the jet stream heading off to our north. be the end of winter for us. i do not want to go that far and say no more cold, but over the
will be unseasonably warm even into this weekend. it is still going to be mild from mid-march. tonight, 50. that is about it. mostly-cloudy skies. over the next couple of days, even the knights will be warmer than our afternoon should be. how about this tomorrow? 72 is the afternoon high. warm breezes, lots of sunshine. there is a look at your seven-date or cast. 54 tomorrow night. s wednesday and thursday. again. your best chance is thursday night. weekend. by cooler, i mean 50. nothing too significant. we can take that this time of year. over the weekend, we lose that precious hour of sleep. mike: sheree gets three hours of sleep to begin with. now she is going to get two.
mike: an ohio lawmaker from cincinnati looking to set aside a day honoring jesse owens. sheree: state senator susan thomas wants to declare september 12 jesse owens day. he is from alabama but ran track at ohio state university in columbus, where he picked up the nickname the buckeye bullet. state championship hopes on the
enough talk. give us a plan. derek: you could not have gotten a better matchup in the ninth region boys finals. the top two teams going head-to-head for a chance to
go to state and bragging rights also on the line as rivals covington catholic and newport central catholic met up on the hardwood. hellcats down -- cub cats down 5. hall with the three out of the corner with 90 seconds remaining. the big men was the tournament m.v.p..
rebounds, and seven blocks. they had to state for the first time since 2000 and will take on the winner of the game in the first round of the state tournament next wednesday. >> my four years, i have never beaten the cubcats. there is no sweeter way, senior year. we just played a good game tonight. everybody, the whole team, our bench our fans i am so happy right now. derek: miami redhawks were on the road. eric washington steps up and knocks down the three from the wing. more from washington at the half. he splits the defenders for the layout -- layup. miami up 4. they go back to the outside game. they advanced to the second round of the tournament with a
the reds were in spring training action monday afternoon as they walked away winners over the angels. joey votto crushed his first home run of the swing -- of the spring. conference awards were handed out monday in the big east and xavier guard j.p. macura got the good news. he was named the big east sophomore of the year. third team all-american by usa today. he was also named first-team big east. freshman edmond sumner was named to the big east all freshman team. chris mack, your thoughts? >> two sophomores and a freshman making those types of honors says a lot about this year' s team and our future. really awesome. in some ways, i feel for a guy like james, a guy like miles. we have a very deep team. derek:
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sheree: our top stories tonight. deputies helping search for a missing mother and her 22-month-old little boy. 20-year-old kallie carnes and her son, grant, were lasting last wednesday. deputies believe the two maybe with josh graft, accused of abusing that little boy and being ordered to stay away from him. if you know where this mother and her son are, call the warren county sheriff' s department. mike: police investigating a stabbing that happened in over the rhine. police have not said anything about the man' s condition or have not given us any information about possible suspects. sheree: republicans in four states had to the primaries or caucuses tomorrow. donald trump is looking ahead to ohio' s primary next tuesday. he is stopping in vandalia, north of dayton.
dayton airport expo center will host the campaign event. it is free to attend. you have to preregister online. doors open at 7:00. mike: kevin robinson has lucky sevens across-the-board three days in a row. kevin: finally winning out as a gets closer to spring. temperatures in the 70' s. unseasonable warmth the next couple of days and nighttime temperatures on the mild side as well. we could just hold the rain off till thursday, we would be in good shape and get a taste of instead of a day here and there. mike: we are getting close. basketball tournament and the whole it. in the morning, teams with you early in the a.m. we will see you tomorrow.