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[captioning made possible by wlwt-tv] mike: protest rocking in chicago. a rally for donald trump is eventually canceled. a live look at the scene outside of the university of chicago and illinois. sheree: a clash between protesters and supporters forced the president -- president of candidate to postpone the event. there were several sites among the thousands of people at the arena. some protesters stopped traffic, blocking the road. trump said on cnn that he and his campaign officials made the decision to cancel after talking with law enforcement. >> it is a divided country. i think we have a very divided country. it has been that way for a very long time. it is divided among many different groups and frankly, it
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mike: other president told candidates commenting on the incident. bernie sanders and john kasich. >> we don' t want to have violence at any rally. we don' t have them at our rallies. i just can' t comment on what the heck has happened at his rallies, i' ve never been to one. sheree: the added attention and concern at trump' s event comes as the real estate mogul has to our area. tomorrow, trump is set to host a free event at the dayton airport expo center. the big question, what about sunday? late tonight multiple sources are telling our reporter karin johnson that a trunk campaign event could still be in the works for west chester on sunday. the campaign. tomorrow morning. but before that, we have an exclusive one-on-one interview message to the voters. project.
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mike: big security changes on the way for madison schools in butler county less than two cafeteria that injured for students. the school board is holding an emergency meeting. we live but the safety strategy. courtis: since that shooting, the school district has been holding a lot of meetings with parents, students, and staff. they have been getting their input. they also gotten input from other community members, affected by last week' s nightmare. so the district says they want to just have everyone cap into some changes -- tap ped into some re are going to tomorrow. the mattis can -- madison school district is pushing to address issues of safety, security, and shooting. >> there is no waiting around at
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immediately. we want everyone to have a say in this, and collaborate. we want to get better from this point forward. courtis: the district has, with immediate actions it will be taking such as adding a student resource officer. handheld metal detectors and classroom door modifications. >> if at some point, one of our plans moving forward is talking dollars. courtis: the item that is still in the conversation sage is controversial, select staffing allowed to carry concealed firearms. >> what we told parents, students, and staff is that there will be further conversation about that and the reason being because that was brought up by not only parents, but didn' t. courtis: folks -- but students. courtis: folks who i talked to say that school safety must be a priority, but of course, their
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carry can be delicate. >> there are professionals who, when they envision teaching students, when they talk about their passion for education, i don' t think them carrying a weapon ever cross their mind. >> i trust all the teachers at medicine with my whole life. -- madison with my whole life. if it is something that will save the students in the long run, i do think it is a good deal. courtis: emergency school board meeting will be tomorrow morning at 9:00. part of that meeting, i' m told, will be an executive session. public. as you can imagine, it will be very interesting. mike: thank you. the district has also partnered with the ohio department of homeland security offering students and families and anonymous tip emotional and very interesting. reporting line if they want to report anything. hamilton police are investigating a deadly shooting.
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officers arrived to find 18-year-old fairfield high school student jail and night -- jaylon knight. >> i woke up to gunshots. my doc started barking. we came out and there were police everywhere. i think they found two casings but there were three shots and they were very loud. mike: school officials telling us that knight was a good student and former football player who was getting ready for graduation in the spring. sheree: the search is on for someone who stole from a local purple heart recipient. the northern kentucky war veteran who was badly hurt in an explosion in afghanistan. emily wood shows us he was to recover something that' s been so important to him throughout the healing process. emily. emily: brendan daly is at a loss without his purple harley
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they have not seen the bike since it was stolen. >> turn the switch on, flight comes on, they throw their leg over. emily: this video shows the moment someone hop on brandon bailey' s beloved harley and took off. >> i was hopeless, i cannot run to start with he the injuries i sustained, but it, you' re helpless. emily: seven years ago, haley' s unit was hit by an ied in afghanistan crushing his pelvis, breaking both hips and his back. his doctor said he would never walk again, but bailey was determined to not only defied doctors orders, but get back on his bike. >> that was my release. you have guys that go to war and do things a human should not do and see things a human should not see, so you need that release or you are going to explode or implode. emily: bailey' s bike is hard to
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custom purple and black paint job was done in california and the hand-painted purple heart on the gas tank has a date he was attacked. >> i thought cowards all over the world and then someone comes here and take a possession of my. emily: bailey says he has yet to get angry over what happened and at night when he comes home, he still expects to see his bike in the garage. sheree: he is now working with police to find his bike and as of yesterday, they had a few leads. but they need your help. if you recognize the bike, please call florence police. sheree: thank you. brandon bailey retired from the marine corps and 2012. in 2014, he founded the purple hearts and heroes foundation which helps veterans and special needs children connect for outdoor adventures. mike: ohio voting in just four days as you know. governor john kasich is doing
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winner take all primary. brian hamrick spoke one-on-one with the governor as he was making rounds on his home turf. brian: i' he' in lima. governor, thanks for joining us here. a busy schedule for you. what does ohio mean to you today? gov. kasich: well, it' s absolutely critical and i hope the people of the state will reward me with a good win and i can continue this presidential ve learned here in ohio right to the white house to brian: and what' s your path gov. kasich: we' everywhere, we' ll head to pennsylvania to the eastern seaboard, we' ll be out west at the same time we' ll be sure we manage the affairs right here in ohio brian: what are the key issues that you want people to focus on in this election from here forward. gov. kasich: well i think it' s experience, accomplishment, and vision. when i talk, i' m not talking about what i might do. i' m talking about so many of the things i' ve already been able to accomplish. so i think experience matters, record matters, vision matters and the three things i think matters most, jobs number one, jobs
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think, jobs number three. brian: a big problem across the country is infrastructure, we have the brent spence bridge in cincinnati going over. what can you do as president to try fix some of those infrastructure problems. should that fall on the states or should there be more money allocated for those types of projects? gov. kasich: first of all ohio, is in very good shape when it comes to infrastructure, we still have things we need to do but we' ve been creative and in terms of the brent spence bridge, we believe we should toll that bridge, we' re ready to go its been people on the other side of the bridge who play too much politics who don' t do what they need to do. so at the end of the day, we need to have a creative infrastructure system which allows states to keep more of the resources that they currently send to washington, instead of sending it there, keep it in our own states and fix our own problems. brian: should the federal government be expecting more cities to toll bridges, more
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gov. kasich: sure, i mean we are 19 trillion in the hole. i mean all you have to say is it makes perfect sense, conservative sense that you pay for what you use. this has been political up and down in northern kentucky. this has nothing to do with principal, the right thing to do, it' s all politics. and unfortunately the costs go s going to be up to the new governor there to get this fixed. brian: thank you governor kasich, good luck on your campaign. brian hamrick, wlwt news 5. mike: governor kasich will be in sharonville at a pancake breadstick -- pancake breakfast. we will have special coverage as ohio votes on tuesday. our live coverage starts at 7:30 p.m. when the polls close. then join us for a special edition of wlwt news five at 10 and 11. sheree:
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17-year-olds will be allowed to vote in ohio' s presidential primary. ohio law less 17-year-olds will be 18 before the general election to vote tuesday with some limits. a judge granted the request of 917-year-olds that suit. they will be casting their vote on tuesday. mike: a small town with a lot of pride rally behind its high school stars. >> just saying you are a hurricane, or, means a half a lot. -- from wilmington means an awful lot. kevin: clouds in the area. how long will we stay dry? i will let you know when the drops begin to fall and the prospect of thunder this weekend. mike: a night to make wishes come true. the event that helps kids with life-threatening illnesses feel like it' s again.
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rin the middle of a time
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republicans and some democratsp came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodies if you cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and expand benefits for people who desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. sheree: it is a small town about 50 miles northeast of cincinnati. but wilmington' s high school basketball team is coming up this postseason. mike: creating a buzz heard round the state. zach wells takes us there. zach: wilmington is home to the
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>> this is something that this community deserves. zach: hurricane fever has swept up benches, homes, and school hall ways alike. >> great, it is like the best sport we have here. everyone is so excited to get to it and everyone loves it. >> we have seen this jim when it is entirely packed with fans standing on the railings. zach: tim martin is a wilmington super fan. >> you really can' t explain the undescribable. you would have to live in this community, the a part of bloomington high school to really know how exciting this is. -- wilmington high school to really know how exciting this is. zach: it is like a hoosier story. >> the school we play, has a thousand more boys than we play -- then we have. it has a hoosier feel. i don' t think our guys have a
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zach: the employees at this hardware store know all about what this means to the town' s overall psyche. >> it is nice that they can focus on the school, and the kids, and some positive step for wilmington. zach: wilmington has as short a drive as anybody in the region to columbus sitting perhaps -- fitting, perhaps, for a program that has been waiting an eternity for the chance. mike: we are going to put a number on that eternity. if wilmington defeat centreville built in front night' s regional final, hurricanes will advance columbus for the first time in nearly a century. sheree: making a difference for sick kids. tonight, people open their wallets to make wishes come true for people with -- kids with life-threatening illnesses. i served as the emcee of the annual egg with gallup the
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every year, 100 35 wishes are granted here locally. -- 135 wishes are granted here locally. the hill family told us whether disney trip meant to them. >> as a young couple, a sick child, that is fantastic that they got a chance to do something with him and for him. sheree: little elijah fighting sickle cell. we auctioned off everything from a puppy, which by the way, was a huge success to a cincinnati reds experience and we raised a lot of money. about $225,000. that is enough to grant dozens of local wishes. also tonight, the community of data hash will be coming together smart to help rebuild the general store. almost one month after a fire gutted the historic landmark. the community is thrown a pig roast to raise money.
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at colonel de gourmet. admission is $50 or $75 at the door. mike: former first lady nancy cincinnati. four of the five living first ladies attended the funeral at california. her son so that nancy was the driving force behind her president. >> i don' t mean she was active , the what i mean to say is that there would be no ronald reagan presidential library without a president ronald reagan and their likely would not have been a president ronald reagan without a nancy reagan. mike: former nbc news anchor tom break off -- tom brokaw spoke at
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kevin: mother nature delivered on her promise on a break of rain today. that is what we got. the question is how much water that will last. there are high clouds in our direction. the near string is in st. louis. the good news is that we do not have any rain to worry about overnight tonight or for the first part tomorrow on saturday. temperatures, depending on your location, and little bit cooler the clouds are thinner. wilmington down to 42. most areas still hovering in the metro close to 50 degrees. do not respect a big fall in bit of it breeze. -- a breeze. it is 51 at the airport. northeasterly wind. what is going to happen over the weekend, the storm system around dallas and houston, it is pin
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moister pump to pump up all this mexico. at the system gets closer tomorrow, and chances will begin to increase across the area. you can see plenty of clouds will move in overnight and on saturday. no problems overnight. i still don' t expect much rain during the day on saturday. there could be a few passing out at all. i do not think anything really heavy or persistent is going to move in during the daylight hours on saturday. after dark, different story. a warm front with across the area, i think showers and even some thunderstorms -- or at least from is of thunder will become prevalent late tomorrow night and into sunday morning. it will be wet to start on go into what will be a muggy afternoon where we have a few peeks at the sun and then some scattered showers and thunderstorms firing up during
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so, it will not be a complete washout on saturday or sunday but certainly saturday night into early sunday looks fairly wet. the showers will go away sunday night. but guess what, rain chances are still in the forecast for monday and maybe a threat for severe weather on tuesday. so 47 for a low tonight with partly cloudy skies. tomorrow, mostly cloudy conditions. not a bad day, if you spotty showers during the day. increasing rain chances after dark. here' s a look at the day planner. 57 by lunchtime. not bad, comfortable. temperatures climb into the low 60' s. seven day forecast. there you are. saturday night, most important, we spring forward and our saturday night, sunday morning. rain chances early next week. rain chances -- during voting hours, temperatures the nice. chance for severe storms tuesday night.
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and give you further updates on that as we get into early next week. mike: i do not like losing the our foot in the long run, more daylight. getting a haircut for a good cause. >> 3, 2, 1. sheree: a big deal here. more than 100 students donated their hair. it is all part of a weeklong effort to do something that matters inspired by tom' s founder. mike: the term and ending that bearcat fans wish they could forget about. how costly will be for cincinnati come tournament time? to bring you wendy' s north pacific cod sandwich we send guys like this... on boats like these... in weather like this... all the way up here...
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they lost to seton hall a couple weeks ago and it looks like it will happen again tonight. 75-61 with under four minutes to play. cincinnati against connecticut, triple overtime the american conference term in. in triple overtime, kevin johnson with the three. delete with .8 seconds to go. but wouldn' t you know it, a three-quarter court heat. yes -- heave. yes. connecticut wins and four over times. another tough chapter f for cincinnati history. >> you cannot catch it, turned, and shoot it with enough force. the clock did not start nearly on-time.
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george: he is right. the clock did not start on time. we went frame by frame and check the time, he got the shot off in just under .8. it is gone with 1/10 left. on real -- unreal that that could happen. kentucky coach john calipari has watched alex poythress stick around until his senior year. he had 20 points. murray had 23. kentucky blows out alabama 85-59. wildcats are in the sec semi finals. big ten. michigan state beat ohio state 81-54. michigan wins on a buzz it earlier -- buzz it -- buzzer
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in the horizon league, a win over valparaiso. thomas more at home in the ncaa division iii tournament. madison temple for the rebound and gets it to abby for a layup. thomas more wins 75-46. they play tomorrow at 6:30. the mason, sarin the final four for the first time since they won state way back in 2000 and their opponent, solon. mason led 11-9 after a quarter. backing her opponent down and up for two points off the glass. mason advances to the division i finals with a 48-31 win over solon. the girls high school state tournament going on at b bt arena. campbell county lost differently county and mercer county beat holmes.
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on sunday. the reds lost to the cubs and s. joe and artie and all the brackets all just have cincinnati going to the tournament. george: we will see on sunday. sheree: most important, we are glad you' re covered george. -- recovered geo
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sheree: a big story for you, clashes between protesters and donald trump supporters. candidates rally tonight. vandalia tomorrow. about cincinnati? play tonight, multiple sources telling us that a trump campaign tonight could still be in the works for westchester this sunday. tonight, no official word from his campaign. mike: what' s going on kevin? there are those who say a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision
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