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visit. the right time the impressive s ahead for the musketeers. >> from cincinnati' , leading the way, this is wlwt news 5 today. mark: good morning, everyone, as we look live outside just before 6:00 this morning, 48 wild degrees. they could for joining us i' m , mark hayes. kyla: and i' m kyla woods in for lisa cooney. we' ll get to more of your headlines and traffic just ahead, but first, a check on the forecast with meteorologist jennifer schack. she has yellow on, representing the sunshine we will see later today. jennifer: cloudy this morning, still kind of dreary from the showers they came through last evening but there is some sunshine later this afternoon expected. the rain totals from wednesday evening after the day yesterday, a couple of spots all over an inch of rain. we'
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conditions. a break on the radar today. oh additional rent expected for our friday. we will wait until later to the afternoon to see some sunshine. a dreary start for the morning. a little dampness from the showers they came through. we have seen wilmington and clinton and warren counties, variation of his ability between three miles and five miles. a look at the visibility for the morning, not too much of a problem, upper 40' s right now. it is a cool to mild start considering we are in early march. we will climb nicely into the 60' s this afternoon. satellite and radar showing sprinkles and showers from last evening moving out. still a lot of cloud cover to move in this morning. it will take some time this afternoon as we bring back the sunshine. midday, still mostly cloudy. late in the afternoon, partly cloudy. a mild afternoon, even with the
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make it back to the mid 60' s. dry today because more rate and thunderstorms return for the weekend. the timing for that coming up. how are the roads looking? kyla: they are starting to dry out. pretty decent conditions on this friday. 74 picking up eastbound at montana. 20 minutes ago, we were hard-pressed to find any traffic. it looks like we' re starting to get some of 70 eastbound. i don' t think you need a lot of extra time yet, but that could change over the next 30 minutes or so. looking good southbound . your travel time is not impacted yet coming out of butler county. still good down to the lateral and beyond. on 71 at nok, no lane closures for you this morning but we have ongoing construction in the area with the addition of the mlk construction. we' re accident,-free right now. mark: new this morning, a serious crash in hamilton overnight. this happened around midnight
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on black street near the great miami river. crews had to cut open the van to get to the driver out. a medical helicopter was also called to the scene and the man was taken to uc hospital. we are told he was talking to first responders, and he is expected to survive. also new this morning, a woman is expected to face charges for this crash and north fairmount. the woman had injuring king before she crashed on westwood northern boulevard. she was taken of the hospital with minor injuries. wires were down in the area been cleared. developing now, a shooting in butler county with a mother and her daughter found dead. dan griffin is live in fairfield township with what investigators are calling a murder-suicide. dan: neighbors were shocked by the sounds of gunshots. fairfield township police chief calling this case a tragedy. investigators say a mother and daughter are dead after an
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this happened about 9:00 last night on springcrest drive. s shot and killed her s. then she turned the gun on herself. gun go off. it is not to what led up to the we know investigators are working to let family members know about exactly what happened in this case. we are working to get updates and what the investigation, what they will do going forward. we will bring that to you as we move through the morning. live in fairfield township, dan griffin, wlwt news 5. mark: thank you. a suspect shot and killed. newly released body camera video shows the tense moments before the deadly confrontation between a ludlow police officer and a suspect. kyla: the officer was shot and the suspect was killed last december. >> i' m allowed to search you for weapons. of terry vs. ohio, i' m allowed to do a pat down for weapons. stop it with your hands. stop it. kyla: we have stopped the video in the moments before the shots
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that exchanged happened after officer sam hodge stopped charles reynolds for a traffic violation. reynolds is heard not complying with officer hodge' s commands and pulled a gun, shooting the ludlow officer once in the right arm. hodge also fired, shooting and killing reynolds. last night, ludlow police honored the good samaritan who rushed to the officer' s aid even creating a tourniquet to stop the bleeding. mark: happening today, the arraignment for a suspect accused of selling a batch of deadly heroin. 25-year-old vance morgan is facing involuntary manslaughter and five more drug charges. he is accused of selling heroin mixed with a powerful synthetic opiate called fentanyl. that mix ended up killing 37-year-old casey fewell in october. in commitment 2016, debate number 12 for the four remaining republican candidates. and this time, the issues were in the spotlight. the debate lacked the insults and raised voices that we' ve seen in other debates. the candidates even noticed the change in tone last night in miami. >> we'
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solutions. we' re going to find the answers to things. and so far, i cannot believe how civil it' s been up here. >> you know, sometimes being positive isn' t all that interesting, but it' s very interesting to my family, my children, and so many supporters that i meet all across the country. i will continue to run a positive campaign. mark: the florida primary is coming up on tuesday, and donald trump is expected to win in the sunshine state. with trump feeling confident about florida, he is focusing on other states, including ohio. kyla: he will be visiting this weekend, and he is not the only candidate courting ohio voters. andrew setters is live with a look at the battle for ohio before the primary on tuesday. andrew: ohio will be the primary to watch on tuesday, shaping up to be a battle with the polls bouncing back-and-forth between donald trump and john kasich here in the buckeye state. both candidates are trying to win over the voters and rally support. governor kasich will be a minor hosting a town hall meeting. he comes to sharonville
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sunday, donald trump will bring his message to a crowd at the duke energy convention center hosting' s big event in our area people. the chair things john kasich will ultimately win ohio. these encouraging trump to show leader. protesting or disrupting or these kind of negative messages. party. people at the end of the day. is a popular stop and things are just beginning to heat up in the primary season. with a lot of stuff going on this week in on the political scene, you can count that we for you. andrew setters, wlwt news 5. kyla: wlwt news 5 has you covered on tuesday night with special coverage of the we' ll have live coverage beginning at 7:30 p.m. when the then join us for a special
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and 11:00. mark: xavier is marching on in the big east tournament. last night, the x-men were there were some easy buckets as x rolled to the win. the final in this one, 90-to-72. now xavier goes on to the semi-finals to face seton hall. and x lost to seton hall just a couple weeks ago. the rematch comes tonight and the tip is set for 9:00 at madison square garden. when it to comes uc, the bearcats get going this afternoon in the american athletic conference tournament. uc will face uconn at the amway center in orlando. the tip is set for 2:00. when we continue a $200 million , plan to bring new life to a cincinnati neighborhood. kyla: a look at the new retail and living options it could bring to the area. finding the funds. the new proposal to get the streetcar moving. mark: taking a live look outside, 47 degrees. the rain has finally come to an
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but there is some hope. cloudy and drury start. to ventures coming to the 60' this afternoon, mostly cloudy to partly cloudy at times, dry conditions this morning on the radar. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look
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to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
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american workers brought us back from the crash. now, let's move forward. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. we've gotta create new jobs and industries of the future. i'm hillary clinton and i
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what you are watching cincinnati' s wlwt news 5, leading the way. mark: good morning, everyone. as we take a live look downtown for you, 47 degrees. a nice, mild start to your friday. the rain has finally come to an end. hopefully, a smooth commute. kyla is keeping an eye on the roads with double duty. hopefully, things are nice and easy. kyla: now we have an accident.
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if you' re heading outside right now, you will need a bit of extra time to get past here. cars are able to move the on the site of the accident and there' s not a significant backup -- at least, not yet. if this remains for a little while, we could see it. the far right lane is blocked. already, a bit narrow through this portion of 75. we will keep a close eye on this and let you know once it clears. elsewhere, 471 , here is u.s. 27. hopping out the door along this portion of our greater cincinnati commute, still 65 miles per hour. not seeing any slow spots along this stretch of 471. green in both directions up through dayton. good morning in bellevue and newport, five minutes over to the daniel carter beard bridge. all lanes are clear. we will keep a close eye on the situation on 75 and vine for you. mark: in today' s top stories, former first lady nancy reagan will be laid to rest today during a private ceremony. her body has been lying in
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their goodbyes. she will be buried at the ronald reagan presidential library with her husband. the victims of the 2009 fort hood terrorist attack will be awarded purple heart medals. texas governor greg abbott will present the medals at a ceremony in kileen. in november 2009, major nidal hasan opened fire at fort hood, killing 13 people and injuring more than 30 others. the army will also award the civilian equivalent of the purple heart the defense of , freedom medal to non-military , victims. former gop presidential candidate ben carson is expected to endorse donald trump for president today. trump mentioned the endorsement during last night' s debate. carson dropped out of the presidential race last week after failing to win a single primary or caucus. over 300 jobs are being cut in boone according to the kentucky career center. the facility and hebron is
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the first group of terminations will begin in the middle of may. the hebron facility is an e-commerce shipment center. kyla: a new development is expected to give a major boost to madisonville. the city is investing $200 million for an area near the intersection of red bank and madison. the development will include housing units as well as office and retail space. all of it will be built on the 27-acre campus of the research company medpace. >> it' s really the gateway for a lot of people for madisonville. we get tens of thousands of cars through there every day. maybe some that didn' t stop before will now. maybe some that thought, oh this is the neighbor neighborhood -- neighborhood with the udf will say, this is madisonville. kyla: right now there is no exact date for the groundbreaking. we do know this is expected to bring hundreds of jobs to the community. mark: happening today, devou park will have another option for hikers. the john volz trail is reopening. it had to be rebuilt and cleared to improve drainage and accessibility. there will be a ceremony this
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leaders and park officials. a new plan is on the table to help close funding deficits for the first two years of the streetcar' s operation in cincinnati. kyla: it has been a big topic of conversation. city manager harry black has submitted a short-term plan to city council. it includes $900,000 in stopgap funding from the ralph haile/u.s. bank foundation. but only if city council approves additional money to cover the rest of the two-year deficit. the budget gap is blamed in part on start-up costs and lower than expected revenue projections. mark: jennifer schack is here with a look at what is happening outside. we thought we are going to need the ark their building, but finally, the rain stopped. that is good news. jennifer: today is the reprieve and then we have a good amount of rain and showers for the weekend forecast as well. we kind of get back into the
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and early part of the week next week. late evening showers from last night have pushed out. we still have the cloud cover for the morning. it is not showing any signs of lessening yet. we will see clearing. when we see brakes, it will be from north to south. because at this point extending all the way across ohio and indiana. right conditions currently on the radar. no additional rain expected. still dreary and cloudy. in spots, we may see some fog dropping back to his ability to two miles and three miles -- visibility to two miles of three miles. a north window 7 miles per hour. humidity is high with that north wind, combating the development of fog. it is not widespread. high-pressure up across the great lakes will bring in the northeast and east winds that will help bring in drier air and push that northern edge of the cloud cover to the south. we do have hope for later on
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break up the clouds and see some sunshine. i think northern counties will see more of it. they take, partly cloudy skies, temperatures in the 60' s. high-pressure is short-lived. the gates are open for more moisture to return. it looks like a wave of showers and embedded thunderstorms tomorrow during the late morning to midday, representing the return of moisture back to the region. we will end up with limited sunshine tomorrow. in and out of scattered showers, isolated thunderstorms for saturday. the wetter weather pattern continues for sunday and monday as well as. a close look at the futurecast with the timing of the band returning tomorrow morning. overnight, basically dry as the clouds rethicken. they have a sprinkle or two at 6:00 to 7:00 in the morning.
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comes the band from south to north. there could be embedded thunderstorms with it tomorrow. do not expected to be strong by any means. then we have a couple of showers and isolated storms still possible to the afternoon. limited sunshine, maybe a few peaks there in the day. temperatures mild in the 60' s. today, 63, clouds decreasing through the afternoon. sunshine eventually returning, 47 tonight as clouds return. tomorrow am a scattered showers, a few mixed in thunderstorms, 67. sunday, i don' t think we see any sunshine. more rain. monday as well. we could see widespread rain, maybe heavier boughs of it sunday and monday. it gets rather wet for a couple of days. temperatures remain above average throughout this forecast. mark: thank you. when we continue this morning, a religious leader charged with stealing more than $1 million from his parish. the plea deal in the case and the punishment a reverend is now
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mark: and a tv star a dog expert now the subject of an investigation, the charges against dog whisperer cesar millan. you can see those roads moving right along. for the most part, that is what you will see. 75, there is an accident near vine. we will check again after the break as well as more headlines and a check on your most accurate forecast. thank you for waking up with wlwt if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message
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a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be
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but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
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kyla: welcome back. not seeing any rainy conditions like we had yesterday morning. we will be drying out. dreary to get started. maybe some peaks of sunshine later today. let' s check on the roads. a situation on 75. what is the latest? india: we have an accident on the southbound of 75 right between mitchell and the norwood lateral at vine street. earlier, they had one lane blocked. now two lanes are blocked, so only the express lane is getting by. keep that in mind. i am not seeing a big backup. i will keep an i on that. another accident at westwood northern. also the accident earlier at westwood northern, that has cleared. so keep that in mind at hobble. all of the lanes are open.
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industrial road at hillcrest drive in florence, an accident. up. i will keep an i and all of those accidents and have them coming up shortly. mark: thank you. a plea deal for a former pastor dayton. the archdiocese of cincinnati says reverend earl simone. -- the archdiocese of cincinnati says reverend earl simone, who formerly served at saint peter church, pleaded guilty to aggravated theft after stealing nearly $2 million from his parish. the deal recommends a five year prison sentence and for simone to repay all the stolen money. he is free on bond until his sentencing next month. he resigned as pastor of saint peter and three other parishes last april. there' s a new partnership between the hamilton county sheriff' s office and the victim advocate group you can speak for me. the group is behind those cold case playing cards. and now the sheriff' s office says they will begin selling the cards to inmates at the justice center. the cards have the photos of victims of unsold -- unsolved
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hope dudley started the group after her son was killed in a drive by shooting and witnesses refused to come forward. kyla: cesar milan, commonly referred to as "the dog whisperer," is under investigation for animal cruelty. the investigation stems from an incident filmed for his "cesar 911" tv show where he trains dogs with bad behavior. in the episode, millan apparently used a live pig as part of a training session with a dog that had previously attacked two pet pigs. in the segment, the dog bit the pig' s ear before it could be stopped, and there are claims that a part of the ear was bitten off. s representatives insist that was not the case. mark: let' s see what is coming our way. any sunshine today? jennifer: a little today and a little tomorrow. overall, a lot of clouds. it is going to be dry today, sunshine. on the radar, no ongoing rain. i think the radar has a little we'
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satellite and radar combined, you notice a lot of cloud cover still out there. clearing for the afternoon will work its way in from the north. the clouds extend all the way up to michigan at this point. we will try to get them moving off to the south later on for the midday and afternoon. some breaks in the clouds as well. we do have the hope of some sunshine for the afternoon, but this morning, he will be a cloudy and dreary' s heart. -- dreary start. the cloud cover is fairly thick. eventually, partly cloudy this afternoon. temperatures will climb into the mid-60' s. a dry and mild day. that is good news because this weekend, rain returns. rain and thunderstorms coming up. mark: released body can video shows a traffic stop shoot out.
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dan: the latest on a murder suicide in fairfield township. i am why with the latest year on cincinnati' s wlwt news 5 today. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. and a living wage an america there is time a nation that defends but no longer carries i know if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits
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mark: the new body can video you will see only on the bill wt. the candidates focusing on ohio this weekend. >> from cincinnati' s wlwt leading the way, this is wlwt news 5 today. mark: good morning, everyone. a whole lot of stuff going on downtown with the rallies happening and we have the heart mini. downtown is going to be busy. good morning, i' m mark hayes. kyla: and i' m kyla woods in for lisa cooney. we' re joined by jennifer schack and with all of the things going on, people will be dodging some raindrops it sounds like. jennifer: showers tomorrow and probably more rain bands on sunday, probably a little more widespread and heavy. today is the reprieve. we are going to talk about the rain that came in the last couple of days, but we are not
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a lot of us had over an inch of rain. here' s a look at the dry conditions right now. a cloudy and dreary start, but no additional rain on the radar right now i nothing to push in today. visibility between five miles to seven miles. not a lot of widespread fog by any means, but the low clouds mid to upper 40' s currently. a little bit of a cool to mild start. it will take some time for us to stick around all morning. we will hope for some sunshine later on this afternoon. satellite and radar showing even headed our way, we have quite a bit of cloud cover. the clearing will come from and i think it will take some time. plan on cloud and late this afternoon, a
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it will be a mild day today, temperatures in the mid-60' s. even with the extra clouds, we are able to climb to the 60' s. this weekend, mild in the 60' s but rain and thunderstorms to talk about. we' ll have the timing for that coming up. how are the roads looking? kyla: the biggest issue is on 75 southbound at vine. we had at one point two lanes closed. lane. re seeing several bright lights. ghts. once you get past their, you should be good to go. on our map. dealing with an accident on west would northern as well.
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good to go as you can see green we will keep you updated. mark: thank you. a shooting in butler county late last night. now official are investigating it as a murder-suicide. wlwt news 5' s dan griffin is in fairfield township where we are learning it involves two family members. dan, good morning. dan neighbors reported hearing : gunshots last night. now we know why. after an apparent murder suicide. investigators are telling us it was found by family members. this happened at about 9:00 last night on springcrest drive. fairfield township police say the mother, in her 50' s, shot and killed her daughter, who was in her 20' s. she then she turned the gun on herself. neighbors say they heard the gun go off. the details of why this happened are still unclear. investigators tell us they are now working to notify family members. there are expected to release
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story for the latest. live in fairfield township, dan griffin, wlwt news 5. mark: thank you. an officer down and a suspect shot and killed. newly released body camera video shows the tense moments, and the confrontation, that lead up to an officer-involved shooting in ludlow last december. >> i' m allowed to search you for weapons. terry vs. ohio, i' m allowed to do a pat down for weapons. stop it with your hands. stop it. mark: we have stopped the video in the moments before the shots are fired. that exchanged happened after officer sam hodge stopped charles reynolds for a traffic violation. reynolds is heard not complying with officer hodge' s commands and pulled a gun shooting the right arm. hodge also fired shooting and , killing reynolds. last night, ludlow police honored the good samaritan who rushed to the officers even stop the bleeding. >> he has both my thanks for assisting me and my admiration
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and help somebody else. >> that' s just the way i grew up. i mean, you have to take care of business and that' s what i did. i didn' t even think about it. mark: kenton county prosecutor rob sanders cleared officer hodge of any charges last week. officer hodge has been with ludlow police for one year, but has been an officer for 24. kyla: happening today, a mother will be arraigned in the beating of her 10-month-old baby boy. aimee correll has been indicted on six counts of child endangering and two on assault. the charges stem from a swat standoff in reading last friday. the mother' royal, barricaded himself in his apartment. royal has been charged with the baby has since been released from the hospital. mark: in commitment 2016, a much more civil tone during last night' s republican debate. and this morning, we' expecting another endorsement announcement. nikole killion is in washington with the latest on the race for the white house. nikole: donald trump let it slip
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morning. in their 12th debate, republicans finally played nice. >> i cannot believe how civil it' s been up here. nikole: the four gop candidates focusing on the issues. >> i believe in immigration. >> finding jobs. >> common core is a disaster. >> i will do everything within my power not to touch social security. nikole: rather than insults -- >> make me president. nikole: well, for the most part. >> donald, you are welcome to be president of the smithsonian. nikole: it did get touchy at times as donald trump came under more scrutiny for comments he made about islam. >> you told cnn, "islam hates us"? did you mean all 1.6 billion muslims? >> i mean a lot of them. i mean a lot of them. >> i know that a lot of people find appeal in the things donald says cause he says what people wish they could say. the problem is, presidents can' t just say anything they want. >> the answer is not simply to yell, china bad, muslims bad. nikole: and in the run-up to next the candidates confident tuesday, about what' s on the line math doesn' t tell the whole >>math doesn'
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>> i think that whoever gets the most delegates should win. nikole: the candidates split on the possibility of a brokered convention with john kasich and marco rubio vowing to fight, while ted cruz and donald trump suggesting it is coming down to a two-man race. in washington, i' m nikole killion. kyla: over the next few days the , candidates will be preparing for another full day of contests . mark: that includes the ohio primary wlwt news 5' s andrews tuesday. setters is live with more on the candidates push for votes. andrew: for john kasich ohio is his last stand, and he hopes it will be his first primary victory. for donald trump a victory here and in florida could put him on the path to inevitability as the republican nominee. today we will see governor john kasich working to solidify support in his home state. he' ll host a town hall in lima later today, and coming up on saturday, he will be at a republican party breakfast in sharonville. meanwhile donald trump will be , hosting a big event at the duke energy convention center on sunday. it'
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in the city for a presidential candidate this election cycle and with that comes an increase , in security. >> plenty of plain clothed officers, uniformed support officers, you know, ready to handle any issues that might pop on the inside, but also then, anything that might pop up on the outside. andrew: a very busy weekend . you also have the heart mini marathon downtown around the same time as the trump event on sunday. we will have the very latest to morning. reporting live, andrew setters, wlwt news 5. mark: and make sure to stay with wlwt news 5 on tuesday night. coverage of the primaries we' ll have live as ohio votes. coverage beginning at when the 7:30 p.m. polls close. then join us for a special edition at 10:00 and 11:00.
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will be laid to rest in southern california today. funeral services will take place at the ronald reagan library in california. nancy' s two children patti davis and ronald prescott reagan are expected to speak at their mother' s funeral. the funeral will be a private ceremony, but officials say more than people passed the casket 3000 during the public viewing on wednesday and thursday. so far, so good for xavier in kyla:so far, so good for xavier in the big east tournament. the x-men are heading to the semi-finals after an impressive performance last night. this was xavier' s tournament opener and they were rolling against marquette. they led by 16 at half-time and it was never in doubt. the muskies took this one 90-to-72. now xavier has a tough one. seton hall just a couple weeks ago. the rematch comes tonight and tip-off is set for 9:00 at madison square garden. mark: for the bearcats tournament action starts this , afternoon. u.c. will face uconn at the amway center in orlando.
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kyla: let' s get a check on your morning commute for the latest on the incident on 75. india: if you' re heading out the door right now, we have a lot of accidents. our first accident, 75 at vine on the southbound side. one lane getting by. actually, looks like they just clear the accident. good news. still a bit of a backup. give yourself extra time. we have been talking about a lot of accidents. westwood northern boulevard, an accident. we also have another accident at buttermilk pike near hazelwood drive. this is right near 71-75. starting to slow down a bit and the northbound direction. industrial row, an accident at hillcrest drive in florence, kentucky. never a lot of accidents popping up on the roads. keep that in mind if you' re heading out the door. give yourself extra time. lesson it over to jennifer schack.
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jennifer: no additional rain, but it does look like it outside. we have low-grade cloud cover . a slight variation depending on the cloud cover for the morning. everyone this afternoon type in desktop in out in the 60' s. this morning but notice dry conditions on the radar. we will wait until later today as clouds start to break up. some sunshine today and a drive friday. more rain returns for the weekend. the timeline for that coming up.
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first case of the zika virus. where the patient have been traveling and his condition at this point. mark: and a new initiative from the white house to help her income families with diapers. mark: we take a live look out as we hope the sun starts to come up. the rain is gone. we will update your most accurate forecast when we continue.
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wlwt there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish,
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where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote.
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kentucky is confirming its first case of the zika virus. the cdc says test results on a man who recently returned to the louisville area after traveling to central america came back positive. he is expected to make a full recovery. so far, the virus also has been reported in at least 31 other states, including ohio and indiana. kyla: the launch of lord upper prices. it will give families access to diapers at a cost -- the launch of a new program to lower diapers prices for low income families. one in three families has trouble affording diapers for their babies. the program launches at the end of next month. daylight saving time begins this weekend. mark: losing an hour sleep will lead to grumpy people. however, chronic sleep deprivation can raise the risk for much more dangerous side effects like infections heart
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up to make sure the company coffee morning. a new survey shows nearly 75% of employees say they yawn their way through the workday, often blaming big mistakes on sleep deprivation. >> somebody pay the entire staff twice. database. an hour of shut eye when daylight saving time begin this weekend. it is not just the company' s bottom line that could suffer. so good our health. >> we' re watching her sleep. talks sleep experts say when the body does not get enough sleep, the immune system suffers. this makes us more likely to catch viruses like the flu, and that is not all. >> the deprivation long-term over the course of one' s life can really affect heart disease, stroke risk for diabetes development. >> science is showing an association between an ongoing lack of sleep and an increased
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>> the sleep system that has is very complicated, so we need to little bit and pay attention to our bodies and make sure sleep is a big part of our health. >> even though the alarm will go off an hour earlier, experts say this should be a wake-up call for americans to make sleep a bigger priority. mark: lack of sleep is no laughing matter here. kyla: it is work to try to get a decent amount of sleep. mark: put it in the budget. kyla: just listening to that, little bit earlier. mark: waking up to no rain. jennifer: i do think saturday night into sunday is the best forecast.
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satellite and radar, not all great is because we do have a lot of cloud cover to get rain in the clouds. it looks dreary, but it is dry. the radar will stay dry today. look at the citycam shot. low cloud cover for the morning. hour is trying to draw in some out the clouds into the afternoon. high pressure up across michigan, join in a northeast wind. we will have the clearing from north to south during the late afternoon time period. it is not going to be all son, but we will bring back some sunshine, the better chance the further north you are. high pressure heading toward the mid-atlantic. it will open the gates back up this weekend for more moisture
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back showers and even some thunderstorms possible for saturday' s forecast. notice the way of moisture returning tomorrow. a few more waves during the day on saturday. i think it becomes more steady if we' re going to see any we can sunshine, it will be a few peaks for saturday. here' midnight tonight. we still have dry conditions. notice the cloud cover thickeing tonight into tomorrow morning. anything in the morning would be a light, passing sprinkle. most of the region for the early morning should be dry. past 9:00 and 10:00, we will likely see a band of showers arrive for the early afternoon and more waves through the afternoon. showers, a mixed and thunderstorm on saturday, a few peaks of sunshine. not a washout forecast. we get back in on the action with a showers returning a better chance for more
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heavier as he and the weekend. today, drive. eventually, partly cloudy. we keep quite a few clouds . and overnight sprinkle or passing shower. passing showers tomorrow, a mixed and thunderstorm, extra cloud cover on saturday. a peak of sun, but limited. spring the clock said one hour. rain saturday night into sunday. periods of rain possible on sunday but temperatures are still mild even with the showers. we keep the chance of showers on monday. drying out for primary elections on tuesday, 74, the warmest. looks like nighttime rain as well. a pretty wet saturday. the roads should be drying out. india: as of right now, we have an accident on southbound 75 near vine street edges clear. we are still sing a little bit
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getting on 75 southbound down to the norwood lateral, 20 five minutes. 20 minutes on 71-75 from the split in the downtown. 14 minutes on 275 from 32 to 71. this is near 71 and montgomery road, traffic is moving along northbound and southbound. mark: thank you. and we continue, a mother and daughter found dead in butler county. y this is now being called a murder-suicide. mark: the road to the white house going through ohio. the candidates coming our way
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ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. mark: good morning and welcome back. taking a look at your top 5 stories this morning. an apparent murder-suicide in butler county. kyla: police say the shooting involves a mother and her daughter. dan griffith is live in fairfield township with the latest. dan: investigators are calling this a tragedy. neighbors are shocked by the case. police say a mother and daughter are dead after an apparent murder-suicide. we are told it were found by a family member. there were no signs of forced entry at the home.
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on springcrest drive. fairfield township police say the mother, in her 50' s, shot and killed her daughter, who was in her 20' s. she then she turned the gun on herself. neighbors reported hearing the gun go off. it' s not clear what led up to this shooting. investigators tell us they are working to notify family members. we' re expecting more information a little later this morning. for now, dan griffin, wlwt news 5. mark: three people are dead and a dozen were taken to the hospital after a fire broke out in an apartment complex just outside of lexington early this morning. firefighters say it started just after 1:00 a.m. two people were found dead at the scene and another died in the hospital this morning. all 10 apartment units in the building have been destroyed. in the race for the white house, candidates are preparing for another big tuesday. and this time, it' s ohio' s turn to speak up. wlwt news 5' s andrew setters is
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andrew: if ohio governor john kasich can win his home state, it would be his first primary it' s been his firewall in this race from the start. that is why john kasich is spending time in our area today. you will make a couple of stops, hosting a town hall in lima today, and come to the northeast club' s pancake breakfast in sharonville saturday. meanwhile, donald trump is looking to rally support during a campaign stop on sunday in downtown cincinnati at the duke energy convention center. there have been incidents at other campaign events including , run-ins with protesters. cincinnati police will be ready to make sure things go smoothly for the republican presidential front-runner. we will have all the big weekend political events covered for you. live in the newsroom, andrew setters, wlwt news 5. kyla: our fourth top story, former first lady nancy reagan will be laid to rest today during a private ceremony. her body had been lying in repose on wednesday and thursday, allowing the public to say goodbye. she will be buried at the ronald
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california next to her husband, mark: rounding out the top 5, a full day of hoops ahead. xavier is taking on seton hall in the semi-finals of the big east tournament. tipoff set for 9:00 tonight at madison square garden. the bearcats will face uconn at the amway center in orlando. that tipoff is set for 2:00. kyla: let' s get a check on the forecast. jennifer: cloud cover in place right now, but no ongoing rain. it is drive. temperatures today top out in the mid 60' s. early cloud cover, late that we break through the clouds to bring back some sunshine but no rain today. we will get back into a wet weather pattern this weekend. showers tomorrow, thunderstorm mixed in possibly. we spring clocks ahead, more rain on sunday and monday but still mild, highs in the 60' s.
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