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>> leading the way, this is wlwt news at 6:00. courtis: now on news 5 at 6:00. presidential hopefuls criss crossing the state of ohio. the primary just 3 days away. ohio' s governor. joining several state leaders for an event here. >> i have run a positive campaign because that is the way to get to the white house. reporter: but no peace for donald trump. as another rally is interuppted yet again this time in ohio just one day after his chicago rally is shut down. those tense moments seen in other parts of the country
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today, good evening everyone. and thanks for joining us. im courtis fuller. presidential hopefuls, -now targeting ohio as voters head to the polls tuesday. republican front runner donald trump rallying his troops here in the buckeye state today,, his first stop, dayton. wlwt news 5' s richard chiles begins our team coverage tonight he has more on trump' s visit to ohio. >> donald trump took the stage before and anxious crowd of 6000. >> i think he is the answer for the united states right now. a lot of his policies resonate with me. i' m 71 years old. i' m tired of the political baloney. reporter: the republican front runner began his remarks reflecting on his cincinnati memories as a young businessman managing swifton plaza for his father. >> i worked in cincinnati. reporter: mr. trump then
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hampered a scheduled rally in chicago, his excited crowd, at times rowdy and rambunctious, cheered down the 3 or four vocal protesters escorted from the venue. secret service had to take down one protestor who made it over security barriers towards the stage. the rancor only excited this crowd. maybe even fueling the candidate. >> i' m excited. i support everything he says. reporter: the billionaire businessman railed against ohio governor john kasich, hinting broadly on foreign policy, the economy, immigration, while touting the success he has found on the campaign trail. >> it was amazing. he draws a crowd like nothing i' ve seen before. reporter: for many, this was the first opportunity to see the candidate up close. they are saying they will stay
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courtis: a rally for trump has now been confirmed to take place tomorrow afternoon in west chester at the savannah center . tickets are free but required. it starts at 2:00. as for the person who tried to rush the stage we' re told the individual is now in the custody of dayton police. >> tonight' s rally will be postponed until another day. thank you for your attendance. please go in peace. reporter: a much different story in chicago last night. protesters took over a planned trump rally, actually shutting it down. trump' s camp says the rally had to be postponed because of security and safety concerns. there were several clashes between both trump supporters and protesters inside as well as outside. >> donald trump has created a toxic environment. and a toxic environment has
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who sometimes seek confrontation . reporter: ohio governor john kasich calling out the frontrunner and what he calls dangerous rhetoric often used at trump rallies. kasich was in sharonville where he spoke out against trump but also talked about what he could do as leader of the free world. wlwt news 5' s john london was there. >> give a warm welcome to john kasich. reporter: john kasich had some strong stuff on his mind as he strode into sharonville' s convention center this morning. having watched clips of the disturbance at a trump rally the night before. >> donald trump has created a toxic environment and the toxic environment has allowed his supporters and those who sometimes seek confrontation to come together in violence. there is no place for this. reporter: as he spoke to media,
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pancakes. they watched kasich serve up a call for unity. he did a national interview to emphasize his point that a true national leader does not play on people' s fears. he spoke about it with us. ohio senator rob portman at his side endorsing him. john kasich : i believe this is the way to get to the white house and solve problems. reporter: there is no runner-up, momentum-building avenue for kasich on tuesday. it' s either win ohio or pack up any presidential ambition. reporter: he says his message is catching on. a win tuesday would focus greater attention on his campaign. it would vanish with a loss. he told supporters here some in the media advised him to go personal attack mode to garner more attention. >> i will not change running a positive campaign because i will not seek the low road to the highest office in america and i want you to know that.
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the republican primary is undeniable. kasich is trying to blunt that effect, saying he was deeply disturbed to see people slugging each other at a political rally. says the environment of trump' s creation would make it extremely difficult for him to support trump as nominee. in sharonville, john london, wlwt news 5. courtis: on the democratic side. bill clinton made another stop to cincinnati this morning downtown at the freedom center. good morning, are we going to get hillary clinton nominated for president. courtis: mr. clinton was introduced by both the mayor and state representative alicia reece to a packed crowd. today' s event focused on getting people out and to the polls to vote. >> we are going to rally and get excited. get on the phones. get people out to vote. vote today. come to souls to the polls tomorrow.
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>> trent lott did a public speech say no member of the united states senate outside the gulf coast area of either party had done as much to help the people he represented as hillary. courtis: janel walton is there. she is live with more on those being honored tonight. reporter: we have not heard from john boehner since he resigned he' s going to make his first public appearance tonight at the lincoln day dinner. people excited to hear the event is sold out.
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this year they sold 500. people excited to have donald trump in town. he will not be here but other local names are here including sheriff rick jones. john boehner is receiving a special honor. >> we knew months ago it would be a great day to have it. we just decided to schedule it then. reporter: john boehner is scheduled to speak for 10-15 minutes. we have not heard from him since he resigned.
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courtis: come tuesday, 17 euros will be allowed to vote in the ohio primary. ohio allows those who will be 18 years old before the general election to vote tuesday. with some limits. that meant teenagers could not vote for presidential candidates. on friday a judge granted the request of 917-year-olds who sued. >> i think it is great. i will be able to go out tuesday and have a part of my vote count. reporter: one person can make a difference. their boastful matter -- their votes will matter. courtis: stay with wlwt news 5 on tuesday night. for special coverage of the primaries as ohio votes we' ll have live coverage. then join us for a special edition of wlwt news 5 at 10,
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a mother grieving tonight after her teenage son is found gunned down inside a car. >> besides being my son, everybody thinks their child is good. my son was excellent and im here to tell the world that . courtis: tonight, the family still trying to figure out what happened and why. their story just ahead. and changes coming soon. the emergency meeting school officials held today, and the approvals made. reporter: there are some showers in central kentucky moving our
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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. 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 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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courtis: welcome back. more changes expected at madison senior junior high school. after that shooting last month. school officials held an emergency meeting this morning as they talked about next steps going forward. the current school resource officer will be made a fulltime employee and there are now plans for a second, part time resource officer. school officials say they have been in contact with employees of chardon high school where a 2012 shooting left 3 students dead. >> what are our next steps, what
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tomorrow. and they' ve been so willing to give us some feedback on things they' ve done right and things that maybe they didn' t do right and figured it out. reporter: officials say just two weeks before the shooting, both the school resource officer and the superintendent had undergone alice training which gives educators the tools needed when there is an active shooter situation. courtis: the mother of a teenager killed in hamilton. she is speaking out as police continue their investigation and the search for a suspect. we know where this happen. but we dont' t know why this would happen to a young man everyone says was full of promise. reporter: with the tears that the family is crying they' re crying because we miss the happy ray of light that you guys stole from us. courtis: serina knight is a
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her 18-year-old son jaylon, the youngest of her 3 boys is gone too soon. someone fired off multiple shots while jaylon sat in his car friday morning. the teenager was pronounced dead at the scene. reporter: re going to pray for you whoever it is that re going to pray for your family that they can have mercy on you because of the decision you made. courtis: jaylon was a senior at fairfield high school. he was a good student, athlete, a hard-working kid. his mother agreed saying her son had a job and would volunteer to help younger children. she says he was always active, always helping someone else. her message, turn yourself into police. she says her faith when all our heart to be clogged with anger.
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says she is relying on prayer, forgiveness and justice. courtis: she believes her son was helping a friend and in the wrong place at the wrong time. anchor: most of us have just had the clouds. we' ve had some sunshine . we see a couple of passing sprinkles. for the most part it has been dry conditions. they are getting sicker through the south. cloudy skies for the region, showers north of interstate 70, central kentucky it is building our way.
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there is quite a bit of moisture to work its way and. isolated storms with it. most are showers pushing to the north in our direction. basically we are all dry except for union county. no strong storms expected. we will get wet for the overnight. three quarters of an inch of rain. it will be a wet overnight and activity again tomorrow. 66 is the current temperature. we are used to the dry air. that is starting to climb.
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low-to-mid 60' s. some down to the low 70' s. a lot of moisture building up to the gulf of mexico. still some showers and thunderstorms into monday as well. it will bring in the shield of rain with us through the night. we expect it to last. still scattered downpours , isolated thunderstorms a possibility. not as much during the day. upward levels of spin. that will develop another band of rain overhead. we do get wet again the next couple of days. here is the future cast. showers moving in from the south. widespread rainfall coming to an
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, scattered showers. still a warm day. tuesday looks dry for the day. storm chances for the late evening. we watched the potential for storm. the forecast. temperatures. we get more sunshine back. >> eventually. >> that is right.
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i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. anchor: welcome back. 32 teams will go dancing as automatic qualifiers after winning their conference championships. but the futures of 36 teams will be in the selection committee' s hands. it will be a tense weekend for they' ve build a resume good tournament. kentucky one of the teams vying
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he drains the three. up by eight. second half, no good. wildcats take the lead. this is a great play. no shot comes back. kentucky will face texas a&m. the top seed in the a-10, the dayton flyers meeting up with saint joseph' s. second half, flyers down 12, scoochie smith steal, gets it ahead to kyle davis. strong move gets the tough layup to fall, cuts the deficit by 10 . davis was everywhere today, he' s good at completing shots like these, dayton down by 3 . flyers trying to keep up, under 20 seconds to go, kenard pollard with the off balanced shot, that falls, but they would lose to st joe'
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the a-10 tournament. dayton winning the turnover battle. shooting over 45% from the field they got out rebounded by st. joes. seton hall spoiling xavier' s chances for a number one seeed in the ncaa tournament and a rematch between villanova and the muskies in the big east championship. bill murry was there of course, his son luke murry is an assistant to coach mack. seton hall jumped out to an early lead on xavier last night the muskies were a 2 seed before last nights loss and depending on how west virginia and utah do in their confenrce championships tonight, they could push xu to a 3 seed by sunday . what a game this was. a marathon on friday. time winding down, kevin johnson with the triple.
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foot launch, 8/10 of a second to go. they go to quadruple overtime. connecticut wins the race. that was a tough bills -- tough pill to swallow. >> i think my players know that a guy cant catch the ball, turn, bring it below his waist and shoot it 80 feet in 0.8 seconds. >> do you care to address your tournament hopes ncaa? >> not at this moment, no. what i would say is, i don' t know why anybody would ask us the question. anchor: tomorrow is the big day. selection sunday is upcon us and we' ll have all of the experts in the studio, one of them being george vogel to break down the brackets sunday night at 11:35 . the madness is not exclusive to college basketball courts. its also alive in the high school basketbal world,
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today looking to stary alive in the tournament. strong crowd for taft and aiken. the battle went back. the senators trail by one point. of the way. they are going to state for the first time in school history. 61-60. they beat salon to get there. they are advancing to the finals. mason is trying to be the third team to capture the division i state title. they tip-off a: 30.
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plus, roger bacon and the to miss tennis more women. how about this play? those two tipping off at 7:00 tonight. courtis: why would anyone ask? does that mean they are out of that? do they have a chance? anchor: tennessee. i don' t think there tournament hopes were crushed but it is more stressful. overtime.
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courtis: welcome back. a lot of republicans are headed out tonight to butler county lincoln day dinner. it is getting started now at the holiday inn banquet center. live for us there .
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because john boehner is here. he will be speaking tonight. this is the first time he' s made a public appearance since he resigned last october. that is why so many people are here tonight. the event is sold out. they usually sell 300 tickets. this year they sold 500. he will not be here tonight but other local names in the party are here including sheriff rick jones. john boehner is receiving a special honor. >> it is a lot of chaos, a lot of excitement. if there is a high level of interest, that is why we sold out tonight. everyone is talking about it. reporter: john boehner will
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he will talk for 10 or 15 minutes. with donald trump also here it is a big weekend for republicans . the excitement is all around us tonight. courtis: thank you. john kasich made a stop here in our area today. he spoke on unifying the country for the governor picked up the endorsement of a local senator. john london has more from the campaign trail. reporter: we >> we work together to reform. reporter: he says his message of hope and unity needs to be heard in this country right now. . >> we can' country if we spend all of our time
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that is not why we are elected officials. reporter: john kasich said they focus too much on the toxic environment of donald trump invention. >> to see american slugging themselves at a political rally deeply disturbed me. we are better than that. reporter: he has his ground game going in ohio. donald trump looks to ohio to deliver a knockout blow on tuesday. >> i don' t want to wrestle in the mud. reporter: his message is finding purchase, beginning to resonate with more americans. endorsed by portman, he says his
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>> getting into the personal attacks is not something i' ve liked. i don' t think we do well by dividing people. >> his words were well received. the general sense is that tuesday' s vote will be close. it is his state. if you can' t when you' re home state you can' t keep going. courtis: more tense moments at a donald trump rally this one in vandalia ohio, there you see trump jumping and quickly looking over his shoulder. secret service agents rushing the stage. we' re told someone had tried to breach the security buffer and make their way onto stage. >> thank you for the warning. i was ready for ' em, but it' s much easier if the cops do it, don'
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courtis: a rally for trump has now been confirmed to take place tomorrow afternoon in west chester at the savannah center. tickets are free but required. it starts at 2:00. >> tonight' s rally will be postponed. thank you very much for your attendance. please go in peace. courtis: a similar scene in chicago last night only more intense. protesters took over a planned trump rally there actually shutting it down. trump' s camp says the rally had to be postponed because of security and safety concerns. there were a number of clashes between both trump supporters and protesters inside as well as outside of the university of illinois. former president bill clinton visited the freedom center this morning. as he talked about his wife' s campaign. clinton said how hillary planned to help students middle class
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relations. supporters ahead of tuesday' s primary. but he left the final decision up to voters. >> the american people have to decide what they want. we can have blame or we can have responsibility. we can have protests are we can have progress. courtis: the president hillary clinton would raise wages for families and break down barriers. a state representative helped introduce the former president. ohio voters aren' t the only one set to go to the polls tuesday. four states are holding their primaries. candidates are using their time to lock down last-minute support. chris pollone has more.
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secret service surrounded the candidate after a protester tried to rush the stage. donald trump will the plug on the rally before it began citing security concerns. at rallies across ohio donald trump remains defiant. >> they stopped these people in terms of freedom of speech. a terrible situation. reporter: challengers pounced , saying trump was encouraging violence. >> this is a man who in his rallies has told his supporters to basically beat up the people in the crowd and he' ll pay their legal fees. >> i think it is also true that any campaign, responsibility begins and ends at the top. >> donald trump has created a toxic environment.
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protests on supporters of democrat bernie sanders. in a statement, sanders called trump a pathological liar. hillary clinton labeled trump a bully. >> if you see bigotry you should oppose it. if you see violence, you should condemn it. and if you see a bully, you should stand up to him. reporter: will rising tensions blunt trump' s momentum or just make it stronger. voters in florida, illinois, missouri, north carolina and ohio have their say tuesday. chris pollone, nbc news, new york. courtis: there appears to be one thing presidential candidates can agree on. oreo cookies. hillary clinton, donald trump and bernie sanders are all speaking out against a move by the maker of oreos. the company is planning to cut 600 jobs at a chicago oreo factory and move a lot of those jobs to mexico. trump has said he' ll never eat another oreo again. just last week clinton said the u.s. should make the company
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17-year-olds will be allowed to vote in ohio' s presidential primary. ohio law allows 17-year-olds, who will be 18 before the general election, to vote tuesday. with some limits. secretary of state jon husted. said that meant teenagers couldn' t vote for presidential candidates. but friday a judge granted the request of nine 17-year-olds who sued. stay with us for special coverage of the primaries as ohio vote. we will have live coverage beginning at 7:30 when the holes close -- polls close. then join us at 10:00 and 11:00 for a special edition of wlwt news. charges now filed after a deadly fire in kentucky. what the suspect is now charged with. and what investigators are saying about the deadly fire that left 3 people dead. meanwhile a community coming together after a historic landmark is destroyed by fire.
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rabbit hash gneeral store and the star power that pitched in to help. anchor: it has been dry with just the cloud cover. the rain moves in. let'
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(phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates,
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courtis: a 55-year-old man has been charged in a deadly fire that left 3 people dead. one of those people killed, his 36-year-old son. jackie hisle junior has been charged with manslaughter. he' s now being held on a million dollar bond. the fire is still under investigation. officials have not released details on hisle' s alleged involvement. the other two victims was a 29-year-old and 71-year-old woman. cincinnati police are investigating a fatal crash. it happened just before 11:30 last night in the 4300 block of hamilton avenue, police say 53-year-old cheryl asher went left of center, hitting an oncoming car. she later died at the hospital. the other driver was not hurt. in florence, a 27-year-old motoryclist is dead after police
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miss a deer. this happened just before 4:30 this morning on houston road. jonathan fogle was thrown from his bike. police say he was not wearing a helmet, he died at the hospital. a local celebrity chefs teamed up to raise money to rebuild a local landmark. courtis: the rabbit hash bash featured spice master colonel de stewart jimmy g. and dave miller from crave. the event benefits the rabbit hash general store, which burned down on valentine' s day. colonel de says the general store may be small. but it has a big heart. >> it' s one of those places you have to go to. you have to see it and feel it. that is when it gets real. courtis: the historical society
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keep it on the historic if you missed today' s bash, you can donate to the rebuild effort at forcht bank in boone county. and the bank will match your donation. a half century tradition continued today down at the >> happy st. patrick' s day. the cincinnati st. patrick' parade. it stepped off near paul brown stadium this afternoon. it featured plenty of kilts >> cincinnati' forecast. anchor: a lot of memories going to that. i didn' t make it today but now for the evening hours, here is
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we are on the in between with dry conditions. there is activity down to kentucky. showers and downpours will build then into our late evening. the rest of us have been quiet. as we head into midnight all of us will experience some rain. it will keep lifting with overnight rain trying to push off tomorrow morning. a bulk of the rainfall should fall through the overnight. no strong storms expected . three quarters of an inch.
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we build those showers in the 60' s. we' re still at 66 right now. dew point creeping into the 50' s. there is still plenty of moisture to rise through tonight. we will continue with the forecast along the warm front. during the day warm front lifts through. it is not a washout forecast. heading counterclockwise motion. that is an upper-level disturbance that will increase the coverage we had into monday afternoon.
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pattern sticks around into the work week. here is the future cast tomorrow. the mini marathon has a washout. more downpours will continue into the afternoon as this continues lifting in from the south. tonight we drop off overnight temperatures into the 50' s. a low tonight of 55. some late evening thunderstorms on tuesday, dry for the day but those evening storms will be something to watch. we have not seen much in the way of severe storms yet but we
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courtis: 74 for the primary. >> that is one of the warmer days. >> march madness will take place sunday and tomorrow. the high school run is crazy . they are in the tournament battling to stay alive. this is what i came home for -- to work in the community, turning schools after hours into centers for healthcare and safe spaces for our kids. i'm p.g. sittenfeld. after princeton and a marshall scholarship, i turned down a job at google to work improving education. now i'm running for the senate to offer new ideas -- cut college loan rates in half, pass common sense gun safety laws. i approve this message to offer bold new leadership
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anchor: good evening. 32 teams will go dancing with automatic it' s after winning their conference championships. the futures of 36 teams will be in the selection committee' s hands. it will be a tense weekend for squads hoping they have built a good enough resume to make the ncaa tournament. george are working to -- bulldogs up 8. setting up a shot, no good. this was a great play. he goes under the basket. he comes back, draws the
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kentucky will face 93, 80. the tough lab. he cut the lead by 10. davis was everywhere today. dayton down by 3. players trying to keep. then the off-balance shot. it falls but they lose 82-79. dayton did win the turnover, however they did lose the rebounding battle, 40, 36. bill murray was in attendance. he was there to watch
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hall jumped out to an early lead. depending on how virginia and utah do tonight they could push them to a three seed by sunday. a marathon. time winding down as kevin johnson takes the triple. it is good. they think they have won the game but uconn, they take a shot. it goes to quadruple overtime. connecticut wins the race. 104-97. >> my players know a guy can' t catch the ball, turn, shoot 80 feet with force in .8 seconds.
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your tournament hopes? >> not at this moment. i don' t even know why anybody would ask us to question. anchor: fiery. sunday is upon us. we will have the experts in the studio. the breakdown of the brackets sunday night. the madness is nonexclusive -- not exclusive to the college hoops world. strong crowd today for the cincinnati regional finals between cap and aiken. late in the third.
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hard to do. the comments are in the final four for the first time since 2000. they advance to the finals. mason looking to become the third consecutive team to capture the state title. they tip off a: 30. wilmington, that is starting in a few minutes. tom is more, facing washington university. all those games tonight at 11:00. courtis: i am glad you called george an expert. he loves this stuff. he' s been working there for 35 years. he knows his stuff. courtis: the next time you see
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groundhogs day. then tell him again because it' s groundhogs day. anchor: he will love me for that. anchor: a final reminder to set your clocks ahead. tonight, 2:00 becomes to me :00 in the morning. we will start the morning with our overnight rain coming to an end. it is not a washout. rain monday afternoon and evening. courtis: i' m still laughing at my joke.
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rin the middle of a time when senior povertyt is increasing. 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.
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and i approve this message. on this saturday night, boiling point. tensions soar in an already chaotic republican race. secret service surrounding trump open stage today taking no chances the day after violent protests forced trump to cancel an event. fighting words from his rivals now wavering on their support should he win the republican nomination. deadly floods. residents in seven states on high alert as rising waters ravage the south. rescuers rushing to save families from the floods. captured.


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