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morning...she joins us with a snapshot of your forecast. during the morning hours, the scattered wintry mix will taper off. this afternoon, temperatures will be around average with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on both weekend days. both saturday and sunday daytime highs will be in the 50s with showers in the forecast by sunday evening. today: am mix tapers by 7am. decreasing clouds. becoming partly cloudy. high: 38 tonight: partly cloudy. low: 31 saturday: increasing clouds. mild. high: 52 sunday: showers developing after 6pm. mild. high: 55 breaking now in winton terrace... a man is shot in the stomach...and police are looking for the gunman at this hour. this was the scene shortly after 3 o'clock on kings run court. we're told the victim is expected to recover from his injuries...and police are questioning potential witnesses. if you can help police...call crimestoppers...352- 3040. you can receive cash for clues. several officer- involved shootings have dominated
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the nation... following accusations of racial discrimination. today, u-c is hosting an event to tackle that very topic... rob dblbx our sara celi is live on campus with the details. live experts from around the country... and cincinnati's police chief... taking about race and policing during a confernce that starts today. this weekend's events also include a lunch with valerie lemme, who served as cincinnati's city manager during the 2001 riots. the event kicks off today at 12:30 at the tangeman university center. topics for the conference include: institutional racism, law enforcement and representation... racial profiling... the state of police community relations... policing black girls and women's bodies... and immigration policy. vo this conference... held against the backdrop of the ongoing sam dubose case... in with uc police officer ray tensing has been charged with murder... tensing shot dubose during a traffic stop last summer.... the university recently settled a lawsuit with dubose's family... paying them 5.3 million dollars. live charles jones, a uc political science professor, worked with several other academics to bring this conference to uc. dbl box a car found buried 10 feet underground...is the talk of the
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10 feet underground...is the talk of the town this morning in franklin... we just keep turning round...we've never seen anything like this the warren county sheriff's office says there's no evidence of a crime. a 1960's model blue mercury convertible was unearthed along dixie highway in franklin. we're told a man had recently reported the buried vehicle. rumors were swirling that there was a body in the car.. authorities say that's definitely not the case. new this morning...3 more cases of listeria are being linked to the dole processing plant in springfield ohio... one person has died...and at least 15 others in 8 states have been hospitalized due to the packages salads under the names dole, fresh selections, simple truth, marketside, the little salad bar
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the facility has stopped production...and issued a recall. the salads were sold at many area stores...including kroger and walmart. rob 2shot we want to get another check on this morning's forecast. kara 2shot catherine bodak joins us with a look at the day ahead. during the morning hours, the scattered wintry mix will taper off. this afternoon, with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on both weekend days. both saturday and sunday daytime highs will be in the 50s with showers in the forecast by sunday evening. today: am mix tapers by 7am. decreasing clouds. becoming partly cloudy. high: 38 tonight: partly cloudy. low: 31 saturday: increasing clouds. mild. high: 52 sunday: showers developing after 6pm. mild. high: 55 toss to denise for traffic just another american
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this? the enquirer is reporting that country superstar brad paisley will perform at this year's buckle up music festival in blue ash. it's august 5th and 6th at summit park. the full lineup will be unveiled in the beginning of march. it's been 60 years.... soldier will finally get the honorable discharge he feels plus a major break in the case of a missing indiana university student... im kind of excited, i hope they find her for her family rob vo why investigators believe they may have finally found lauren spierer... new details...next! fox19 developing now.... a cold case is being
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home in connection to the university student. went missing in june walking toward her apartment in witnesses told police she was highly intoxicated and shoes behind at a bar. investigators are now going through a home and related property crews were seen sifting through
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would be awesome and i think a lot of students would feel a lot better about it too 02:46 sophia wickersham, iu student i hope it brings the family some comfort 00:39 and just calming in the situation theyre in several local media reports that this man...justin currently in jail on charges...is connected to the has called him a suspect. happening today up in columbus... an 82-year-old army veteran is receiving an honorable discharge a half century after being kicked out of the military for being gay. donald hallman requested a reversal of his 1955 "undesirably" discharged status after president obama repealed the military's "don't ask don't tell" rule 5 scheduled to appear with u.s. sen. sherrod conference later this afternoon. remember this
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at the national corvette museum in bowling green, kentucky? you'll soon be able to see it up close and personal... the daily news reports the one- thousand-square- foot "corvette cave-in!: the skydome sinkhole experience" exhibit will use 3-d, pieces of rock and other electronics to give visitors an interactive experience. it's set to open next month on the two-year anniversary of sinkhole that swallowed eight corvettes. speaking of exhibits...check out the progress of tropical plunge at kings island... this has us all dreaming of warmer weather. the seven story tall complex will feature six different water here's what will look like when first sliders on may 28. why bristol palin is fey! schooler is fined 200 bucks...after he goes through the lunch line. we'll have the story for you...next! downtown skyline... work week....but
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in time for your weekend. catherine has your 7-day forecast....and her pick day of the week...next! "right wingin bitter clingin." sarah palin/r
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sarah palin/r former alaska governor "right wingin bitter clingin." "saturday night live" "proud clingers of our guns." bristol palin is responding to tina fey's impersonation of her mother, sarah palin. in a blog post- briston wrote quote- "it's getting pathetic. are they desperate for content? or just desperate for viewers?".. fey parodied her mother's endorsement for donald trump on "saturday night live." 4shot adlib 4shot
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hours, the scattered wintry mix will taper off. this afternoon, temperatures will be around average with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on both weekend days. both saturday and sunday daytime highs will be in the 50s with showers in the forecast by sunday evening. today: am mix tapers by 7am. decreasing clouds. becoming partly cloudy. high: 38 tonight: partly cloudy. low: 31 saturday: increasing clouds. mild. high: 52 sunday: showers developing after 6pm. mild. high: 55 carstar anim toss to denise for
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he was one of the hot topics of the debate....without
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hopefuls got more spotlight...with donald trump doing his own thing in iowa... more on what the up to donald trump held a competing event just a few miles away to benefit veterans. holding a competing event just miles away to benefit veterans. vo iraq and afghanistan 'veterans of paul rieckhoff slammed the "political stunt" accept any of the but some other iowa vets said they strongly supported trump's efforts. "i find it kind of offensive that you're putting out an opinion but it basically it's just your opinion because it doesn't represent all veterans. i mean, i think the veterans need to decide that." "i think it's great. i think that if it's what he's going to do what he says he's going to do and help give back to the veterans and help bring spotlight back to it, i think it's a great idea." jordan bam six major veterans groups contacted by c-n-n say they haven't heard anything from trump's campaign
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right now... federal health regulators are working to deter blood donations from travelers who have visited one of the regions where the zika zee'-kuh virus is prevalent. the fda says the goal is to protect the u.s. blood supply. the virus, spread by mosquitoes, has been linked to babies being born with abnormally small heads. world health organization who director-general margaret chan "the possible links only recently suspected have rapidly changed the risk profile of zika from a mild threat to one of alarming proportions." world health officials are warning that the virus could soon spread to north america...and africa. there are already 3 confirmed cases here in the u.s. forget using your fingerprint to unlock your phone - android phones may be getting facial recognition! google just partnered up with chip maker movidius to put a chip inside android phones to identify the user's face adding another layer of security. developers say the major issue they're seeing right now is
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battery the chip has on the phone. more local news now..... a new flying j travel center is set to open in warren county this morning. the truck stop is located just off i- 71 on state route 350. officials say the center brings 70 local jobs, new restaurants and new merchandise to lebanon. to the hardcourt...a virtual must-win for the bearcats to get a premiere win for their tournament resume....and they get it on the road at uconn. down 2 with 12 seconds left...gary clark gets the bucket...and the foul... he hits the foul shot...putting uc up 1...and their defense holds. 58 to 57 is your final. a 16-year-old wisconsin student is fined 200-dollars for taking a second lunch at school. the head cook pressed charges against the students for theft. but the district
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says that's false. superintendent craig olson says cases are reported to school administrators... what to do from there. craig olson, hayward some cases referrals to police happen and then police make decisions off statutes the school reduced meals to students. meanwhile, a fundraising page set up to help the teen pay his fine received more than dollars in the woman who started the fundraising says the rest of the money will go to help other students in need passport...why the government says it "asap!" crossing guard...is texting the mayor! why the community is rallying around her...next. show open kara 2 shot good morning -- it's
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i'm kara sewell rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams... let's get our first look at the forecast with meteorologist catherine bodak. during the morning hours, the scattered wintry mix will taper off. this afternoon, temperatures will be around average with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on both weekend days. both saturday and sunday daytime highs will be in the 50s with showers in the forecast by sunday evening. today: am mix tapers by 7am. decreasing clouds. becoming partly cloudy. high: 38 tonight: partly cloudy. low: 31 saturday: increasing clouds. mild. high: 52 sunday: showers developing after 6pm. mild. high: 55
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if you're just joining us... we're continuing to follow breaking news in winton terrace. cincinnati's night chief tells us a man was shot in the stomach around 3 o'clock on kings run court. the victim is being treated at uc medical center...and is expected to recover. police are still trying to find witnesses to figure out who the gunman is...and a possible motive. new this morning... a strange story out of hamilton... police there investigating after a woman was found naked near a cemetary. neighbors called 9-1-1 after seeing a woman with no clothes on --- near greenwood cemetary. police tell us --- officers took a rape report and are investigating the possible assault. also new this morning... a convicted arsonist is found
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kenton county attorney rob recommmended life in prison for ronald lee king. already serving 20 years for a shooting and fire in he shot a person in the arm then fire at a mobile home on amber sanders said the forward about the king was in jail for the arson. an update to a story we've been wednesday.. college has fired its campus safety director after police arrest him for having child porn. 52-year old robert marshall is facing nearly 40-counts of child porn and could get 20-years behind bars. investigators say they found the graphic images on his home computer. he will be arraigned on monday and right now sits in jail people from around the country are on their way to the university of cincinnati today... to talk about race and policing. kara dblbx our sara celi is live on campus with more on what will be discussed at the conference. live experts from around the country... and
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chief... taking about race and policing during a confernce that starts today. this weekend's events also include a lunch with valerie lemme, who served as cincinnati's city manager during the 2001 riots. the event kicks off today at 12:30 at the tangeman university center. topics for the conference include: institutional racism, law enforcement and representation... racial profiling... the state of police community relations... policing black girls and women's bodies... and immigration policy. this conference... held against the backdrop of the ongoing sam dubose case... in with uc police officer ray tensing has been charged with murder... tensing shot dubose during a traffic stop last summer.... the university recently settled a lawsuit with dubose's family... paying them 5.3 million dollars. live charles jones, a uc political science professor, worked with several other academics to bring this conference to uc. new developments in the lead water
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new developments in the lead water crisis near akron... state lawmakers now say the ohio e-p-a knew there was lead leaking into the water in sebring...months before residents were alerted. originally officials believed the tainted water was contained in a few schools, but now they fear the problem could be beyond that. a water advisory alert for pregnant women and children was posted in december. despite the e-p-a knowing of the problem in august. turning to oregon...where the fbi has released a video of the fatal shooting of an armed occupier of the wildlife refuge. the special agent in charge says the aerial video shows robert "lavoy" finicum reaching for the pocket inside his coat several times before officers opened fire. officials saying they tried to make the situation as peaceful an outcome as possible...but they still have work ahead of them. we believe there are four people who still occupy the refuge at this time. since the establishment of the
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have left the refuge. of those nine people, six have been released and three have been arrested by the fbi." the four people still inside meanwhile...the protest's organizer...ammond bundy...is due in court today. a planned parenthood clinic in louisvile is under fire ... kentucky governor matt bevins says health workers are performing illegal abortions there. they are unlicensed they are doing it knowingly and they are going to be brought to justice on this front the new planned parenthood began offering non surgical abortions last week instead of referring the women to another health clinic. governor bevin says that violates state law. planned parenthood, however, says it is operating legally. new this morning... the kentucky house votes to amend the state's informed consent law... so what does that mean? video consultations between doctors and women would be allowed at least 24 hours before an abortion.
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meet with a doctor in person parents are rallying behind a new jersey crossing guard suspended for texting the mayor. gina bowne says a snow-choked intersection was forcing students to walk in the she texted the for help to clear the intersection. a letter, saying she two days for insubordination. ""i was kind of surprised i was getting suspended for doing my job to the people's children safe. my first thought was the kids' safety. i called who i thought would get it done the fastest." "that's her job. if she doesn't do that, is she failing our kids? i feel like she's being wrongfully punished," bowne says she was told last year who the proper person about a snow says that person wasn't at work that day. in a statement, the police department says employees have specific procedures they must follow in emergencies. a bowne is expected
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the city council next week. an unlikely friendship between a duck and dog...is beating the odds in texas. a new home ... together forever. animal shelter say it's the best thing that could have that's because and "thing two" the duck were close had been friends before they arrived at the facility ... and they didn't want to break them apart ... mos says: "we like it when we see any animal get adopted out, but when you have a case like this, they're bonded, we'll call 'em brothers you know, they're going home together so that's our ultimate goal and i think they'll be happy as well." the 2 will leave the shelter today. a tri-state mom calls it her worst nightmare... the latest on her push for change... and the latest in the push to free
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man featured in the netflix documentary "making a murderer" and a live look at eastbound 2-75 at we're hearing there are injuries at this 3-car crash...that has the right 2 lanes closed we have a crew heading to the scene. this has been such a
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of a babysitter. kara dblbx our jessica brown joins us live with the latest on her push... good morning rob and kara. what do you think about a child abuse registry...it work the same as a sex offender registry..but for parents to go and look up a person who would could be a potential babysitter for their child. one local woman here in northern kentucky is fighting for just that..calling it "sophies law" in honor of her daughter. check out the video..this is sophie..she's not even two years old yet and is the victim of child abuse. she was taken to the hospital after having an injury to her ear...and prosecutors believe the babysitter named desiree rankin had something to do with it. sophie's mother jennifer diaz says she doesn't want someone else to have to go through this. "i'm so glad my child is alive...but it could've turned out the opposite and i think i can prevent this from happening to other children."
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public child for parents. we'll put more information on our we should mention plead guilty to another child. she february second. how president obama is looking to make sure equally... from the white house.. rob vo you wait...and how shoes? are going through jordan's...next. and a live look at
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eye-74.... we're hearing there are injuries at this 3-car crash...that has the right 2 lanes closed we have a crew heading to the scene. happening today happening today
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during the morning hours, the scattered wintry mix will taper off. this afternoon, temperatures will be around average with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on both weekend days. both saturday and sunday daytime highs will be in the 50s with showers in the forecast by sunday evening. today: am mix tapers by 7am. decreasing clouds. becoming partly cloudy. high: 38 tonight: partly cloudy. low: 31 saturday: increasing clouds. mild. high: 52 sunday: showers developing after 6pm. mild. high: 55 happening today
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happening today across the nation... a judge is scheduled to decide whether the 'affluenza' teen will be held at a juvenile facility or moved to an adult jail. ethan couch arrived in texas yesterday after being deported from mexico. he's accused of violating his probation in a case stemming from a 20-13 drunk-driving wreck that killed four people. hundreds of supporters of steven avery...will protest his murder conviction outside the manitowoc county courthouse in wisconsin. he's received worldwide support since the netflix documentary "making a murderer"...which debuted in december. happening today happening today across the region it's day 2 of the reds caravan... this is video from last night's stop in louisville. current and former reds...owners...and personalities will be in lima...nashville...cha rleston...and
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happening today happening today across the tri- state... western & southern open will announce major gifts to three local charities. a major donationt to benefit cincinnati children's, u-c barrett cancer center and tennis for city youth. the outdoor adventure expo kicks off at the sharonville convention center. more than 130 exhibitors will be there for the event.. which goes through sunday. dinosaurs are taking over the duke energy convention center! jurassic quest features realistic life-size dinosaurs, fossil digs, a science station and rides. you can check it out tonight through sunday. megyn kelly/moderator : "let's address the elephant not in the room tonight. donald trump has chosen not to attend." ted cruz/ r presidential candidate: "i"m a maniac and everyone on this stage is stupid, fat, and ugly. and ben, you are a terrible surgeon. now that we've gotten the donald trump portion
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we now know what a republican presidential debate looks like without donald trump -- pretty tame. in his absence, the personal attacks and theatrics that had dominated previous debates were largely gone. jordan vilines joins us now with more. as trump hosted a rival event for veterans less than three miles away, other leading republicans clashed along familiar battle lines like immigration and surveillance. after the intial comments, the other candidates tried to take the focus away away from the circus surrounding donald trump and refocus the audience back to their own 'appeal to voters' in iowa and beyond. each of the competitors jockeyed to prove their conservatism and preparedness to run the country. gov. chris christie/ r presidential candidate "there is no reason why you can't stand for principles, go and fight for them, and be able also to have to get things done in government." sen. rand paul/ r presidential candidate "i don't think you have to give up your liberty for a false sense of security." gov. john kasich/r presidential candidate : "there's three lanes, there's the establishment lane, the anti-
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i've been a reformer all of my career." trump told cnn his decision to forgo the gop debate would hurt him with the state's voters. back to you. keeping an eye on washington.. president obama is making a big step towards equal pay in the work place. the new proposal will cover all businesses with 100 or more employees, regardless of whether they contract with the government. they will then use the data to help identify companies that should be investigated for failing to pay workers fairly. the first reports will be due in september of 20-17. facebook users can now share live video on their phones. the option is being turned on today for everyone in the u.s. with facebook's app installed on an iphone. the company plans to extend the iphone feature to all 1-point-6 billion of its worldwide users during the next few weeks. it's still working on adding live video
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android devices. sneaker fans have been lining up for days to be the first to lace up the new air jordans... check out the scene in chicago - outside the michael jordan store... camp chairs and tents aren't enough to keep warm in chicago this time of year so everyone had plenty of blankets... the sneakers go on sale tomorrow...for 650 dollars a pair! 401k concerns and perhaps the easiest way to save money this year. simply money's nathan bachrach joins us to help free you from your money troubles. "the stock market volatility's taking a toll on my 401 k ! what do you recommend a 40 year old investor ! what do you recommend a 40 year old investor
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a lot of things are spooking investors oil prices are at new lows concerns about growth in china and europe federal reserve also raising interest rates do not want to sell stocks low, just lock in losses i don't know what's in your portfolioso here's some general advice for most people your age with a 401 k . yes, investors are thoroughly spooked right now. oil prices are at new lows, which is good news at the pump, but not necessarily for the economy, as low oil prices have a negative ripple effect on a lot of industries. then there are the concerns about sluggish economic growth in china, and in europe. throw in the fact that the federal reserve has started to raise interest rates, and you've got a recipe for volatility! what you do not want to dois panicand sell your stock when it's low. the simply money point here: all you're doing then is locking in your losses, since you're guaranteeing you'll miss out on a recovery. if you're a 40 year old investor, you've got time to take advantage of the fact that some great companies are now "on sale". "i'd like to do some work on my house, but need to borrow money to do it. what's the difference between
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but need to borrow money to do it. what's the difference between a home equity loan and a home equity line of credit?" home equity loan often called a second mortgage house is collateral, but it's second in line you get a lump sum, can't borrow more from that loan fixed interest rate, will repay principal and interest heloc: you access the money as you need it, up to the full amount use a credit card or write a check against that credit line too many people use helocs as piggy banks heloc interest rates can rise quickly research both you decide and home equity lines of credit, or helocs, are quite often called collateral, but it's regular home equity loanyou get a one-time, lump sum payout of what you're borrowing. the loan comes with a fixed interest rate, too, so your payment's predictable. with a helocyou're given a line of credit, and you can withdraw as little or as much of that as you need. the danger with helocs is that people sometimes use them as piggy banks and borrow too much. if you aren't disciplined about only taking out what you need back, a heloc can
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money point: go into either one of these options with your eyes wide open. get some estimates from contractors for the home improvement job you're planning, then work out the positives and negatives to both of these options---given that amount, and your own ability to handle that money responsibly. try the 52-week money challenge! looking for an easy try the 52-week money challenge! looking for an easy money challenge! looking for an easy way to save some money? take the 52-week money challenge. you save a dollar the first week, two dollars the next, and so on. by the end of a yearyou'll have saved $1378! think what that could do for your emergency fundor vacation fund! but first and foremost...is this mess on 2-75 at 74... but first and foremost...is this
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injuries has things backed up for nearly an hour! denise has you covered...plus what you need to know to get around it... show open kara 2shot
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rob 2shot and i'm rob williams. meteorologist catherine bodak joins us with a snapshot of your toss to denise for traffic weather and traffic toss hours, the
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temperatures will be around average with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on sunday daytime 50s with showers in today: am mix becoming partly tonight: partly saturday: increasing clouds. sunday: showers developing after 6pm. mild. high: 55 breaking now breaking now... police are
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police are investigating after a man is shot in the stomach in winton terrace... officers responded to kings run court just after three a-m.. but we're told the shooting happened about two blocks away. it's not clear what led up to the incident... the 28-year-old man was taken to u-c medical center, he is expected to be o-k. happening today kara 2shot several officer- involved shootings have dominated headlines across the nation... following accusations of racial discrimination. rob 2shot today, u-c is hosting an event aimed at tackling that topic... rob dblbx sara celi joins us live on campus with the details. live experts from
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cincinnati's police chief... taking about race and policing that starts today. this weekend's events also include a lunch with valerie lemme, who served as cincinnati's city manager during the the event kicks off tangeman conference include: institutional racism, law enforcement and representation... racial profiling... community women's bodies... policy. vo this conference... backdrop of the with uc police has been charged with murder... traffic stop last the university lawsuit with paying them 5.3 million dollars. live charles jones, a uc professor, worked this conference to uc. the big question this morning in this morning in franklin township -- that's after a blue
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found, 10 feet beneath the ground along dixie highway yesterday. now, the warren sheriff's office says there's no evidence of a crime here... but that didn't stop a lot of people from showing up, to see what was happening. we just keep turning around, and... i've never seen anyting like this we was on our way to franklin to go somewhere and we just passed by here and seen it so, as to how it got there...the investigation is still ongoing. we're told a man had recently tipped off police about the buried vehicle. rumors were was a body in the car.. that's definitely not the case. new this morning.. the disappearance university student...last seen in 20-11. went missing as she was walking toward her apartment in bloomington. the f-b-i raided a martinsville home thursday... cadaver dogs were there and crews were seen digging in the dirt. a convicted sex offender owns the
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currently in jail on several felony sex offenses. although spierer's i-u classmates have long graudated... current students at the university say they're hopeful this is a break in the case. if we can find her that would be awesome and i think a lot of students would feel a lot better about it too. i hope it brings the family some comfort 00:39 and just calming in the situation theyre in. still no information on what, if anything, investigators found in the raid. more cases of linked to the dole processing plant in springfield ohio... one person has died...and at least 15 others in 8 states have been the packages names dole, fresh selections, simple truth, marketside, and president's choice. stopped production...and issued a recall. the salads were sold at many area
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walmart. and in the world of college basketball...the bearcats needed a big win to keep their march madness hopes alive... and they get it on the road at uconn. down 2 with 15 seconds left...gary clark scores and gets fouled...and then makes the extra point. the bearcats' defense keeps the huskies at bay... cincinnati takes it -- 58 to 57. and arizona state got a little help last night... from the most decorated olympian yes, michael "curtain of game versus dressed in his olympic medals and a speedo! the beavers ended baskets. the sun win 86-68. expect this weekend at when dinosaurs take over duke energy center elephant not in the rob vo
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the iowa cacuses...donald trump has his own event... jordan villines is getting us caught up on how it went, next. sponsored reopen
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74... a 3 car crash with injuries has things backed up for nearly an hour! denise has you covered... in just a miniute ted cruz/ r presidential candidate: "i"m a maniac and everyone on this stage is stupid, fat, and ugly. and ben, you are a terrible surgeon. now that we've gotten the donald trump portion out of the way."
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rob 2shot he was one of the hot topics of the debate....without even being there... 8 republican hopefuls got more of the spotlight...with donald trump doing iowa... jordan villines has frontrunner was up to last night, donald trump took the stage at an event that took place miles away from where the gop debate was held. vo university hosting an event he said would benefit veterans' organizations. trump told the crowd they raised 6 million dollars in one day... but not everyone supported trump's participation in the event. "i am the only veteran bill and martha in this race and i'm not going to any donald trump event over across town on some sort of faux veteran sort of issues." trump's campaign hasn't yet released the names of veterans groups
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the money to. back to you. while political pundits are speculating who will win the iowa caucuses in just a few days... rodeo bulls in cedar rapids iowa are casting votes of their own. .in what may be the strangest way to predict who will succeed as the next president - the bulls laid some droppings on the pictures of the candidates they're voting for. their guess is hillary clinton on the democratic side - and donald trump on the republican side. 4shot adlib 4shot toss to denise for traffic
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hours, the scattered wintry mix will taper off. this afternoon, temperatures will be around average with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on both weekend days. both saturday and sunday daytime highs will be in the 50s with showers in the forecast by sunday evening. today: am mix tapers by 7am. decreasing clouds. becoming partly cloudy. high: 38 tonight: partly increasing clouds. sunday: showers high: 55
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dinosaurs are taking over the duke energy convention center! jurassic quest features realistic life-size dinosaurs, fossil digs, a science station and rides. you can check it out tonight through sunday. rob 2shot coming up... new
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coming up... new break in california arrested, who worked on the manager, stopped an attempted robbery, before it even happened! the scary scene, caught on camera,
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e world health organization now says the zika virus is "spreading explosively," with the potential of three to four million cases in the next year. in brazil over four-thousand babies have been born with microcephaly, resulting in abnormally small heads that can cause brain damage, and long-term developmental problems. the w-h-o will hold an emergency meeting next week. meantime, pregnant women in the u.s. who have booked trips to places dealing with the zika virus outbreak can now change their itineraries without penalty. new this morning new this morning... one of the people arrested in connection with the jailbreak in southern california... worked at the prison as a teacher. officials say she taught english the escapees... but they're still determine the relationship. one week ago. at this point, there's no brought tools into the jail, she's denying having
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she provided google maps, those types of things to prepare for the escape. the woman has denied the allegations. officials say they now believe the escapees may be driving a stolen g- m-c savannah utility van. caught on camera... an attempted bank robber is stopped.. after the bank's manager sees him running towards the store in a mask. that manager...was not about to let this man in the store...so he holds on the door, and starts a tug of war! the man bangs a gun on the class...but still the manager stays put. and eventually the suspect gives up. police are still searching for the suspect. and breakfast just got a little cuter... meet the new "real-life trix rabbit." cinnabun the bunny from houston, beat out nearly 8 thousand other "silly rabbits" to win the title. general mills says whille the iconic cartoon isn't
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cinnabun seemed to enjoy having a limited-supply of his own boxes to share with his family. coming up... we're following some slow traffic out on the road this morning after a 3 car crash denise johnson has another look at your morning drive,
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and i'm rob williams... let's get our first look your morning johnson.
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denise does traffic during the morning
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scattered wintry mix will taper off. this afternoon, temperatures will be around average with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on both weekend days. both saturday and sunday daytime highs will be in the 50s with showers in the forecast by sunday evening. today: am mix tapers by 7am. decreasing clouds. becoming partly cloudy. high: 38 tonight: partly cloudy. low: 31 saturday: increasing clouds. mild. high: 52 sunday: showers developing after 6pm. mild. high: 55
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a strange story out of hamilton... police there investigating after a woman was found naked near a cemetary. neighbors called 9-1-1 after seeing a woman with no clothes on --- near greenwood cemetary. police tell us --- officers took a rape report and are investigating the possible assault. people from across the country will be at the university of cincinnati today... to talk about race and policing. our sara celi is live on campus with more on what will be discussed at the conference. dblbx live experts from around the country... and cincinnati's police chief... taking about race and policing during a confernce that starts today. this weekend's events also include a lunch with valerie lemme, who served as cincinnati's city manager during the 2001 riots. the event kicks off today at 12:30 at the tangeman university center. topics for the conference include: institutional racism, law enforcement and representation... racial profiling... community black girls and and immigration policy. this conference...
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ongoing sam dubose case... in with uc police officer ray tensing has been charged with murder... tensing shot dubose during a traffic stop last summer.... the university recently settled a lawsuit with dubose's family... paying them 5.3 million dollars. live charles jones, a uc political science professor, worked with several other academics to bring this conference to uc. an update to a story we've been following since wednesday.. story we've been following since wednesday.. thomas more college has fired its campus safety director after police arrest him for having child porn. 52-year old robert marshall is facing nearly 40-counts of child porn and could get 20-years behind bars. investigators say they found the graphic images on his home computer. he will be arraigned on monday and right now sits in jail caitlyn jenner has settled a civil lawsuit connected to a fatal crash last year. jenner's attorney says the wrongful death suit has been dismissed, but declined to elaborate. the olympic gold
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criminally charged in last year's chain reaction crash that left one woman dead. jenner still faces a lawsuit from another driver involved in the crash. facebook's now taking on it's competitors by rollowing out a new feature to all u-s iphone users. the option to share live video is being turned on today for everyone in the u.s. with facebook's app installed on their iphone. the company plans to extend the iphone feature worldwide, during the next few weeks. it's still working on adding live video to its app for android devices... so get readyd for a lot more videos in your news feed. climb on board we'll go slow and high tempo and if you have any one-directioners in is what they're about today. after leaving the band, zayn malik dropped his first single at midnight last night. we're not going to show you too much of it... because a lot of that video features explicit language, and adult imagery, so
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before you check it out at work today. list of the day most successful solo artist, after leaving their band source: the richest.com 5. sting 3. george harrison 2. john lennin & paul mccartney
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coming up... rob and 1 are testing our "grease" knowledge, as we go head-to-head in a trivia challenge! plus...have you ever tried bison?? we're gearing up for the annual findlay market chili cook- off, with a recipe for bison chili i saw my problems and i'll see the light we got a lovin' thing, we gotta feed it right there ain't no danger we
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we start believin' now that we can be who we are - grease is the word a unique live event only on fox19 sunday. the hit movie 'grease' is being reintroduced highlighting the iconic music and characters made famous by john travolta and olivia newton-john. kara gfx q: who was older at the time of filming, olivia
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john travolta? filming, olivia newton john or john travolta? q: true or false: grease is the highest-grossing movie musical of all time? grease is the highest-grossing movie musical of all time? q: which character
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stage production? q: finish this lyric: tell me more, tell me more but you don't gotta brag tell me more, tell me more adlib 4shot anchors adlib during 4 shot during the morning
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scattered wintry mix will taper off. this afternoon, temperatures will be around average with skies becoming partly cloudy. mild temperatures are in the forecast on both weekend days. both saturday and sunday daytime highs will be in the 50s with showers in
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decreasing clouds. high: 38 cloudy. increasing clouds. developing after high: 55 carstar traffic traffic rob 2shot
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celebrating with 'gold star' chili cook off. from fresh table in their bison chili. recipe here is our bison chili recipe: 1 red onion, medium chop 3 tablespoons of garlic, finely chopped 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil 2#'s of ground
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32oz, can of kidney beans 1 32 oz. can of diced tomatoes do not drain 1 12 oz. can of tomato paste 4 tablespoons of ancho chili powder 4 tablespoons of ground cumin salt & pepper to taste water, add to desired volume heat olive oil in a medium size stockpot, add onion and garlic. stir onion and garlic until the onion is soft and translucent over medium high heat. add the ground bison to the onion and garlic mixture. cook bison until the crumbles are not pink in the center. add diced tomato, tomato paste, ancho chili powder, cumin and salt & pepper. simmer until all ingredients are incorporated, add water to desired volume. additional hot sauce or chili pepper flakes can be added to taste. serves 4 to 6 guests. event info 12th annual findlay market chili cook- off sunday, january 31, 2016 11:00am 3:00pm we are happy to announce the 12th annual gold star chili cook-off at findlay market! we're heating things up and mixing them up too at our annual chili cook- off. we're adding more activities throughout the
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with more hot stuff to sample and for sale. plus cooking demos, craft beer, recipes and some great giveaways. so, while you wait patiently for the bengals appearance we're eternal optimists! in the super bowl the following sunday, why not join us as we bring the heat to your great public market. this year's winners will receive: first prize: chili meister $100 second prize: chili monarch $50 third prize: chiliologist $50 bring your favorite homemade chili to findlay market for a taste test! our panel of celebrity judges, firefighters from will declare a findlay market chili meister, chili monarch and master chiliologist who will then rule all year long. about fresh table fresh table founders, meredith trombly and louis snowden, believe in preparing the freshest ready- to-eat offerings with eclectic menu choices that are not only sustainable, but sourced locally and organically a full menu our findlay market house kitchen is available for takeout in compostable containers, from soups to starters to sides to entrees. take home or eat in at our counters inside the historic findlay market house. to find out what's face book or email us @chef@freshtable. biz or call 381.frsh 3774 today! offers custom to your special one on one fresh table offers downtown delivery
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charges . findlay market curb side service is available as well as gift cards and reusable bags. gfx coming up in the xtra... we're joined
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gators from the newport aquarium and changes for barbie! the new surge to get these updated dolls online
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will be held at a juvenile facility or moved to an adult jail. ethan couch arrived in texas yesterday after being deported from mexico. he's accused of violating his probation in a case stemming from a 20-13 drunk-driving wreck that killed four people. happening today happening today across the region... indiana state police are bringing in the state's anthropologist for a death investigation. human remains were discovered near the banks of the ohio river in harrison county. it's unclear if the remains are that of a male or female. police are "armed and floyds knobs, indiana. accused of robbing after stealing weapons from a officers found his searching for him. happening today across the tri- the outdoor adventure expo kicks off at the more than 130 exhibitors will be event.. which goes through sunday. western & announce major
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officials with the tennis tournament will announce a major donationt to benefit cincinnati children's, u-c barrett cancer center and tennis for city youth. well, that's it for this hour.. we're still on for two more, as we continue into the morning xtra! coming up... a possible break in the search for an indiana college student, last seen in 20-11. where police were looking for clues yesterday the morning xtra is forecast... don't go away! show open
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