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remembering the life of dr. martin luther king junior. and a number of events will be held here in the tri- state. our dan wells joins us live from the freedom center... live despite the cold weather, cincinnati residents plan to honor the legacy of king jr. with numerous event across the tri- state that celebrate dr. king's legacy. take a look at the schedule of events today. at 8 a.m., the martin luther king coalition will begin the holiday with a sold-out king legacy awards breakfast. at 10 a.m., cincinnati's mlk march runs from the freedom center to fountain square for an interfaith prayer service. marchers will then head to music hall for the mlk commemorative celebration at noon organizers say the brutally cold temperatures will not get in the way of the mission started more than 40 years ago. the freedom center will also offer free admission monday. frank cam
school and trying to impress colleges so what has changed and what do high school seniors need to have to get the best opportunties...we have natalie ruppert from the erlanger branch of the public library with tips and a place you can go for help. resume workshop for high school seniors the erlanger branch of the kenton county public library will host a high school senior resume workshop on wednesday, january 20th from 6-7:30 pm. this is a one-on-one workshop that allows high school seniors to meet with a human resources coach. professionals from the library, northern kentucky university,
local businesses and organizations will volunteer as coaches. students are asked to bring their information education, jobs, activities, special and tentative library will provide a flash drive so they can store their resume for future applications. the coach will help the student start their resume using ms template. eden grey, teen librarian with the kenton county public library, and samantha palmer of meeting with high throughout the to discuss the of a first resume.
required since there are only 15 spots available for this one-on-one workshop. register at www.kentonlibrar y.org/events or by calling 962-4002. do: " keep your resume to 1 page " use a simple design " always proofread " have someone else check over the resume to spot mistakes " use keywords from the job posting you're applying for " update your resume often don't: " leave out a phone number " overestimate or inflate your experience " include information that doesn't apply to the job you're applying for " put references on the same page as your resume
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dubose's family $5.3 million dollars... according to a press release from the dubose family. along with the monetary settlement, the university will also set up a memorial for dubose at uc, and an apology issued by the university president. uc officer ray tensing faces a murder charge for fatally shooting samuel dubose during a traffic stop in july over an alleged missing license tag. breaking now... an ohio police officer reported missing while on duty.. has been shot and killed in knox county -- just northeast of columbus. according the sheriff's office -- just after 11 last night, a woman had called into the dispatch center, saying her ex- boyfriend had left with weapons and was looking to kill an oficer. the body of danville police officer thomas cottrell was found just before midnight behind the danville municipal building. after a short chase -- police arrested a
herschel jones. we'll keep you updated as we learn more on the situation. happening now... police are working to identify a homicide investigation in police say 23-year old kareem howell was found on a behind bracken woods lane saturday night. he was taken to u-c medical center where he died from his injuries. anyone with information is asked to call crime stoppers at 513- 352-3040. callers may remain anonymous....and receive cash for clues. one of the tri- state's most popular festivals... is coming to a close. recognize this event? this is video of the st. rita fest from a few years ago. on the group's facebook page, organizers posted that st. rita will focus on other funding avenues to success. st. rita school for the festival since
festival in the tri- state. i will continue to follow breaking news for you and bring you the latest information right here on the morning xtra and our website fox19 now-dot-com. right now, we want to get a check of your weather with jeff... frank vert mon jeff's back with a check of your weather... when we come back. plus, meet one boy who's living like a storm trooper thanks to a new high-tech arm. that story... next on the xtra. plus, meet one boy who's living like a storm trooper thanks to a new high-tech arm. on the xtra.
morning of the you step out this morning with zero in many spots and wind chill factors from 10 to 15 below zero. we are dry and clear so roads look good the problem wind chill advisory until 1pm. while we are sunny today we will only get to 14 degrees with wind below zero for most of the day. we stay dry tonight with lows down to 6 tonight and wind chill values from zero to 5 below. our next snow chance could cause issues for wednesday mornings commute with slippery driving and accumulating snow for the first part of wednesday. we stay at it below freezing the remainder of the week with a second round of accumulating snow possible on friday. so heads up to tricky driving periods this week both wednesday morning and then again friday. frank cam a non-profit group is giving some children a boost of
is giving some children a boost of confidence... with high-tech prosthetic arms. they're designed on a computer and then created with a 3-d printer fox's keith landry has the story.. nats sound break of arm alvin garcia was born with one arm. garcia says: "i really was waiting a long time for my arm and i was thinking about getting it." now this ten year old feels like a star wars action figure. garcia just received a bionic prosthetic storm
some popular star wars characters delivered the device to him at his school in nebraska. alvin is thrilled with his 3 d printed prosthetic arm. his mom is too. mos says: "and when i saw him, i'm really really happy for him." nats sound break him at the computer with model john sparkman is cofounder of limbitless solutions. the orlando non profit group is located at ucf. sparkman's team has designed and printed 3 d arms for almost twenty children across america. takes 36 hours to 3 d print an arm and 22 hours to make a sparkman says: "we set out to help every child in need, every child we could and we are gonna see it through the best that we can." his new arm to the other students and he had some supporters by his mom says alvin will never forget this experience. mos says: "he's a boy. he's very friendly and i always talk to him you have one arm but that's the way you are and you it doesn't matter a smiling child on a new journey to
a smoke alarm across the hall woke resident patrick patterson up just before 5 a.m. when he opened his door, he saw a fire had taken over the back stairwell. the smoke was too thick to walk through, so he only had one option left-- jump out his window. "i knew i had to do it," patterson said. after he landed in a bush, patterson called 9-1-1 and banged on his neighbors' windows to get them out. so did fresno firefighters, who ultimately helped get seven people out of the complex. some of it was caught on a gopro camera strapped to one firefighter's helmet, including the moment when a mother handed firefighters her baby through this second story window. crews and her husband residents inhaled it out ok. "nights between our fires training that we've definitely worth it," vasconcellos. to respond quickly because they were just a few blocks been called off fire in the tower as fast as they might have been in firefighters are cause of this fire, the fire was limited to the back the landlord says he's just thankful and firefighters got here quickly. he'll have to gut out the old stairwell and take care of the smoke damage.
planning to phase out its free itunes radio service. the free, ad- supported radio feature allows users to listen to playlists and stations that are automatically generated- like pandora or spotify. apple says starting january 28th, users will be able to listen ad-free... but will have to pay 9-99 per month. there will be a three-month free trial offer. nats "look up here, i'm in heaven." david bowie's final album, which was released two days before his death, has debuted at number 1 on the billboard 200 chart. "blackstar" is the late british musician's first number 1 album, with 174-thousand copies sold
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season is on tap as you step out this morning with temperatures near zero in many spots and wind chill factors from 10 to 15 below zero. we are dry and clear so roads look good the problem is that cold with a wind chill advisory until 1pm. while we are sunny today we will only get to 14 degrees with wind chill values staying below zero for most of the day. we stay dry tonight and on tuesday with lows down to 6 tonight and wind chill values from zero to 5 below. our next snow chance could cause issues for wednesday mornings commute with slippery driving and accumulating snow for the first part of wednesday. we stay at it below freezing the remainder of the week with a second round of accumulating snow possible on friday. so heads up to tricky driving periods this week both wednesday morning and then again friday. good news for actor tracy morgan.
according to entertainment weekly, morgan will play a career criminal released from prison after 15 years, hoping to blend into society. morgan has slowly public eye since a seriously injured and killed a close friend. he appeared at the emmys last year and hosted saturday night live. "dance.. dance.. dance.. put me in uncle james i'm like half cop, half puma.. nats " saved by a bullet- proof vest.. and a hollywood laugh track. the cop comedy "ride along two".. topped the box office this weekend. the kevin hart and ice cube sequel knocked "stars wars" from the top spot, for the first time in four weeks.star wars finished third - behind the leonardo dicaprio drama- the revenant. hollywood's brightest hit the
annual critics choice awards. award season is in full swing... aand a&e's critics choice awards gave us a preview of winning the picture award..."spotlight". "the big short" took home best comedy. animation what caught our eye animation what caught frank's eye this year...bandwagon dot net is not only helping fans...our crack staff is also finding new teams for coaches...and free agents...actually marvin...they still haven't fired you...i
innati has agreed to pay sam dubose's family $5.3 million dollars... according to a press release from the dubose family. along with the monetary settlement, the university will also set up a memorial for dubose at uc, and an apology issued by the university president. uc officer ray tensing faces a murder charge for fatally shooting samuel dubose during a traffic stop in july over an alleged missing license tag. breaking now... the u.s. embassy confirms several americans have gone missing in iraq, after local media reported that three americans had been kidnapped in the capital of baghdad. the u-s embassy has not identified the missing americans and they haven't said what they were doing in iraq. local media reports in iraq said the americans went missing in south baghdad... on their
new information rescuers are expanding their search for twelve u-s marines missing near hawaii. the marines have been missing since their two helicopters collided on thursday. the coast guard says they have now extended their search eight miles out from the north shore area. the choppers went down during a training flight. another ohio college is banning hoverboards amid safety concerns. now... you can add ohio university to that list. students now risk having the hoverboards confiscated since they've been banned in campus buildings. alerts have been issued over hoverboards... because they have been known to cause fires. recently... miami university banned them...and uc and xavier will not allow them in residence halls. a 'cincinnati' fumble is what gave pittsburgh a win a week ago...and now a fumble is what caused their season to end... give the ball to touissant...the ball is on
recovered by ware... that fumble in the 4th quarter led to denver's only touchdown..and the go-ahead touchdown.... denver beat the steelers 23 to 16...sending the broncos to the afc championship game patriots... i will continue to follow breaking bring you the right here on the our website fox19 now-dot-com. we'll be right back. toyota billboard morning of the season is on tap as at devry university's college of business, we're looking for the go-getters. so if you want to learn what's been business-world tested today, and make an impact tomorrow, you're our kind of different. devry university's college of business.
you step out this morning with and wind chill are dry and clear good the problem until 1pm. while we will only get to 14 below zero for we stay dry tonight 6 tonight and wind zero to 5 below. our next snow chance could cause issues for wednesday mornings commute with slippery driving and accumulating snow for the first part of wednesday. we stay at it below freezing the remainder of the week with a second round of accumulating snow possible on friday. so heads up to tricky driving periods this week both wednesday morning and then again friday. frank cam for the past few years ... a colorado girl has been asking for donations instead of presents for holidays and birthdays. this year she decided to use her money to help animals in need. fox's kent erdahl
love is never in short supply... is stocking the shelves... nats - "...it's exciting." exciting because even though it's nats - "here's this." "alright!" these are kyra's christmas gifts... and if you couldn't proud... it all started when she asked santa for donations to help pawsco, a denver non-profit that rescues and fosters dogs... nats -"and cats too." ...and they also collect dog and cat food, which is what kyra set out to buy with those donations. dooley says: "i thought maybe 50 or 60 bags." but it turns out 12 hundred dollars will buy a whole lot more than that. dooley says: "it was like a big, 'whoa!' i didn't imagine us getting that much." it was actually more than pawsco could handle. nelson says: "we'll be giving some of the food to our fosters and to our rescue animals, like lucy here, but then we'll also be donating to the food bank of the rockies so that they can help families in need." g. dooley says: "you know, it put it into...
thank you... it puts it into perspective, even more, what she's accomplishing." dooley says: "that is better than any present i could have gotten. to make an animal, or even someone, happy. it's better than anything." maybe that's why kyra has made it a habit... for her birthday this summer she and a friend raised money to buy a new tv for an aurora fire station... nats - "this is so awesome." this marks the third year she's given back for christmas... and she's now feeding a trend... sherwood says: "i think i'm going to do this for my birthday too." that's what kyra really wants... whether it's her friends... nats - "come on baby!" ...or her baby sister... she wants the giving to be contagious... dooley says: "i hope other people are too so it just keeps how could it not... when you have so much love to give. just in time for
reportedly on the way up... the wall street journal is reporting that bad weather...poor farming techniques...and high demand are the reasons why... the price of chocolate is already up nearly 40 percent since 20-12. when talented musicians are asked who inspires them.. often times they name beethoven or mozart. but as fox's cherney amhara found out... that is not who is inspiring one 12- year-old child prodigy.
gifts come in all shapes and sizes... some are born with gifts... and well lets just say 12- year-old dante walker opened his early. "i like playing it makes me happy, i like also playing for other people, i also like making other people happy." so he does by volunteering his time to play at sentera martha jefferson hospital. his only trouble is trying to teach someone like me "for me i guess it just kind of came naturally once i learned the basics i remembered which each note was and it went from there." inspired by his big sister who also plays and skills sharpened by teachers suprisingly, one of his biggest inspirations isn't a musician at all. "if dr. king hadn't done what he did i wouldn't be here, because there might still be segregation and i wouln't be able to go to some schools be with my friends or even come here and have a chance to play for all of these people." on monday walker will honor the legacy of dr. king
charlottesville's annual m-l-k celebration. still he says there are issues blacks face daily, even referencing the picture he plays next to. "i see a whole bunch of people, with different jobs but then i see only one colored person, who does nothing more than clean, while everybody else is helping people save their lives." but even that is motivation "i think that sitting next to this painting can show that we can achieve more for people who don't think we can do these things, by having them see that we can do it, it can change what they believe in." walker says he hopes to be an inspiration for kids like him, but until then.... he plays to touch the ears of whoever listens... nat frank gfx coming up on fox19 now tonight at 8 it's "masterchef showdown"
fox19 now news at 10 tomorrow on the morning x- it's the 19-th of the month. and that means we're thinking pink... for breast cancer awareness. we'll profile a local support group helping women diagnosed with the disease. plus, how you can sign up for the race for the cure for a special price. all that and more tomorrow beginning at nine a-m on the fox19 now morning xtra.