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i'm kara sewell and i'm rob williams. are moving through the region this morning as a cold front passes the region. highs this afternoon will manage 50 under partly to mostly cloudy skies. overnight the atmosphere will be quiet and tuesday morning will start off with temps near 40. a stronger cold front will approach late day tuesday with the possibility of showers and thunderstorms---so me of which could be strong to severe. tuesday afternoon's high will reach 61. behind this system we will see slowly falling temps on wednesday with a return to the upper 30s and low 40s for the end of the week. today: showers end this morning then partly to mostly cloudy, high: 50 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy, low: 40 tuesday: breezy and mild.showers and thunderstorms evening into the overnight.some strong to severe possible, high: 61 carstar
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effort at continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day. the project is expected to take six weeks. happening today
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"drugged driving" bicyclist in today, the amelia before a judge. rob dblbx our sara celi is live with the details.. and video you'll see only on fox19 now. melinda woodall today... charged with aggravated and possession of drugs. police say woodall was on drugs when she hit a bicyclist sunday afternoon township. that cyclist... now in critical condition. here's some exclusive video of woodall was arrested on sunday.... westbound us-52 at asbury road. drove onto the road and struck michael prater... then fled the scene him any help. police caught up sutton road.... and found several pill bottles, syringes, a tourniquet. police also say woodall attempted to conceal pill bottles in her bra at the time of her arrest. live
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medical center in critical condition. reporting live sara celi fox 19 now. happening today today, family and friends will say today, family and friends will say their final goodbyes to a former butler county sheriff.. dick holzberger also served as a hamilton police officer and a hamilton council member. he died last sunday after suffering what appeared to be a massive stroke. he was 70 years old. the funeral for dick holzberger is set for 10 a-m at st. julie billart catholic church in hamilton. new information new information this morning involving the case of shayna hubers who killed her
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kentucky enquirer, he had no idea he was a felon and did not mean to lie on a jury questionnaire. shaynahubers is serving 40 years in prison for shooting 29-year- old ryan poston six times in 2012. the juror pleaded guilty in 1992 of falling behind in child support... he says he didn't know the charge was a felony and acted in good faith filling out the questionnaire. because felons are not allowed to serve on kentucky juries, hubers is asking the judge to set aside her conviction, declare a mistrial or order a new trial. a deer park man accused of robbing a gas station.. and trying to hurt a k-9 officer is set to go before a judge today. court documents state, 25-year-old robert reeves said he had a gun, when he took a carton of cigarrettes from a shell gas station on e. galbraith road saturday. he's also accused of trying to hurt a
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reeves remains in jail this morning. cincinnati is in the running to host a major convention in 20-21. today, top decision makers of lions club international will be in town to review the queen city's bid as host. the w orld's largest service club association could bring up to attendees and generate more than $9-million in it would represent one of the largest conventions booked in cincinnati world choir games. bengals we expect to learn more today about tyler eifert's pro- bowl injury... the bengals tight end landed awkwardly on his left foot and dropped the touchdown. the bengals say eifert's foot is in a boot... initial tests were good... buy he'll undergo further tests in cincinnati today, to make sure he's just got a bone bruise. the latest on the investigation into a massive fire at a lexington stockyard... next. the california inmates are now back at the prison they escaped from
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cincinnati investigators have now started interview witnesses to a massive fire that destroyed a beef cattle auction business in lexington. saturday's fire destroyed seven acres of the stockyards operated by the blue grass livestock marketing group... five other nearby businesses were also destroyed. the stockyards' c- o-o says his crews are ready to get back to work. we have insurance to deal with, a lot of clean-up to do, but that business survives, we are much more than a
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20 cattle were lost in the fire, but no one was hurt. crews remained on scene 24 hours later, putting out hot spots. the fire department spokesman says it's too early to determine the cause of the fire and exactly where it started. authorities in southern california are now interviewing three inmates, captured after escaping from jail on january 22nd. two of the men were arrested saturday after someone flagged down officers near san francisco's golden gate park. the third was captured on friday. all three are now back in orange county. residents are getting fed up in burns, orgeon... about the ongoing of a wildlife refuge. people say disruption to their lives. occupy the refuge... one of blanchester, according the newspaper, the oregonian. the group's leader, ammon bundy, and 10 others are under arrest. a toddler has only just learned to walk... but her parents put her on a snowboard... and
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next.. is amazing. and an ohio police officer is now fighting to keep his k-9... after the city says the dog must go on the auction block. mastering the skill
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no easy feat... however one fourteen-month- old from utah is making it look effortless. sloan henderson has been hitting the slopes thanks to her parents. they bought the young toddler a snowboard for christmas and have been training her in their backyard before taking her up the mountain. henderson says: "it's kinda funny now we just joke that maybe she'll be in the olympics or maybe she'll go pro, but honestly we just want her to have fun." sloan's parents didn't know at first if their daughter would love snowboarding..but are happy she's enjoying it. adlib 4shot
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a look at your forecast light rain showers through the region cold front passes this afternoon will partly to mostly cloudy skies. overnight the atmosphere will be quiet and tuesday morning will start
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stronger cold front will approach late day tuesday with the possibility of showers and thunderstorms---so me of which could be strong to severe. tuesday afternoon's high will reach 61. behind this system we will see slowly falling temps on wednesday with a return to the upper 30s and low 40s for the end of the week. today: showers end this morning then partly to mostly cloudy, high: 50 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy, low: 40 tuesday: breezy and mild.showers and thunderstorms evening into the overnight.some strong to severe possible, high: 61 carstar traffic as part of the greater cincinnati water works
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greater cincinnati water works
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continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be main project feb. 1. galbraith road and and 5 p.m. each expected to take happening today incidents of assaults or robberies during internet business transactions... the butler county sheriff's office is now offering a safe place to do rob dblbx joins us live with all the details. live meeting a complete
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business has potential to be dangerous. having a safe place to make the exchange can make a difference. there have been several cases where people have been assaulted, robbed, even killed from using these sites to make purchases or sell items. in may of 2015, 17 year old john winstel thought he was meeting someone to buy video games. he had set up the transaction through craigslist and agreed to meet at heritage elementary in liberty township for the exchange. when he got there, two teenagers assaulted and were arrested a but these types of transactions have a lot of potential for a crime to take place, and they certainly have. it's instances like this that prompted sheriffs office to offer up the jail's space for these transactions
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the preble county ohio sheriff's office warning people to be cautious when checking mailboxes... after homemade explosive devices were discovered inside. the sheriff's office posted these photos... after officers went to three homes on saturday in gratis and somers townships. we're told they found a mixture of chemicals in 2-liter pop bottles. crews with the butler county sheriff's officer arrived to make the explosives safe. officials say those bottles were sent off for forensic testing... and they're telling residents to contact the sheriff's office if anything suspicious a mailbox. a retired ohio police officer wants to purchase his longtime k-9 partner but the town says he's going to have bid for him. recently retired marietta officer matt hickey wants ajax. the dog for 35- ajax's estimated value. but the city says
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property. a gofundme page set up to help buy ajax has raised more than $57- thousand dollars... seeing this, it's like, my goodness - i am so wrong - there is so much good out there - and so many kind people - and so many people who want to see a wrong righted it makes me really think that it will work out - one way or another - something will work out the officer says all additional money from the go fund me capaign will be used to buy bullet proof vests for k9 officers. a date for the auction will be set later this week. general motors is kicking its efforts to build self- driving cars into high gear. a dedicated autonomous vehicles team will start working today... its goal is to figure out a strategy to make g-m the leader in self-driving technology. the move shows self-driving cars are not just as a
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but the company sees them as something that can work in the real world. master shefu? good time bad time? time is an illusion. there is only the now" "kung fu panda three" kicked butt at the box office this weekend. the animated feature's ticket take was 41-million dollars... it also set a record for an animated film's opening weekend in china, where the series takes place. "the revenant" took second place. "star wars: the force awakens" took in 10-point-8 million dollars -- for third place. the movie may pass 900-million dollars in domestic ticket sales this week... and is now heading toward two-billion dollars in the worldwide box office. meatnime, gwendoline christie confirmed to people magazine,
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"episode eight," due in theaters in december of 2017. tyler eifert got hurt in the pro- bowl... leading many to bash the game itself... jeremy rauch takes a closer look at the star-studded event in your morning wake up call. pkg just a guess at what you're talking about around the water cooler, or coffee pot, this morning. tyler eifert was injured - the pro bowl is a joke. i'm paraphrasing, but from what i'm seeing, and hearing, that's what many of you are saying. i get the eifert concern, but most of you hated the pro bowl, before he left with a bum ankle. call me crazy, but i'm a fan of the pro bowl. and to the guys out there calling the nhl all-star game better than the pro bowl, check the ratings. actually, the pro bowl draft, a draft for a game that essentially means nothing, got a better rating than the best nhl game this week. i'll go one step
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the pro bowl has done better numbers than the stanley cup, the nba conference finals and dwarfed the alcs and nlcs. my point is, you watch the pro bowl, whether or not a tackle is more a love tap, than a tackle, and the teams score something around 80 points combined, it's football on a sunday night, when we all know, football is coming to an end one week later. listen, all i'm saying is, you don't have to love the pro bowl, but i can't see one reason to say aloha to it. i'm jeremy rauch, and that's your morning wakeup call. happening today happening today... hoxworth blood center is kicking off a week-long blood drive at u-c. starting at 10:30 today, people can roll up there sleeves at tangeman university center's great hall... each donor will receive a voucher for a free medium domino's pizza. the blood drive goes through friday. it's finally here... the first major test for the 20-16 presidential hopefuls is now
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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 jeff creighton. = light rain showers are moving through the region this morning as a cold front passes the region. highs this afternoon will manage 50 under partly to mostly cloudy skies. overnight the atmosphere will be quiet and tuesday morning will start off with temps near 40. a stronger cold front will approach late day tuesday with the possibility of showers and thunderstorms---so me of which could be strong to severe. tuesday afternoon's high will reach 61. behind this system we will see slowly falling temps on wednesday with a return to the upper 30s anlow 40s for the end of the week. today: showers end this morning then partly to mostly cloudy, high: 50 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy,
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thunderstorms evening into the overnight.some strong to severe possible, high: 61 carstar as part of the
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as part of the greater cincinnati water works effort at continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day. the project is expected to take six weeks. happening today happening today... a woman accused of hitting a bicyclist with a car... while she was on drugs... is set to go before a judge. kara dblbx our sara celi is live with the details.. and video you'll see only on fox19 now. live melinda woodall will be in court today... charged with aggravated vehicular assault... and possession of drugs. police say woodall was on drugs when she hit a bicyclist sunday afternoon in anderson township. that cyclist... now in critical condition. vo here's some exclusive video of the scene as woodall was arrested on sunday.... this happened on westbound us-52 at asbury road. police say woodall drove onto the shoulder of the road and struck michael prater... then fled the scene
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police caught up with woodall on sutton road.... and investigators found several pill bottles, syringes, a metal spoon and a tourniquet. police also say woodall attempted to conceal pill bottles in her bra at the time of her arrest. live praters is at uc medical center in critical condition. reporting live sara celi fox 19 now. happening now more local news now... police are searching for suspect following a shooting in roselawn. arriving officers say they found the victim shot twice on the sidewalk outside some apartments on glen orchard drive. he was taken to u-c medical center and rushed into surgery... but police tell us he is exepcted to survive. police tell us they have no suspect description at this time... if you have any information, you're asked to call crime stoppers... that number is 352- 30-40.
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happening today... the former thomas more college will face a judge. marshall faces pornography police say they found sexually explicit material involving children on his personal computer at home. he was fired following his arrest. marshall's arraignment is set for this afternoon. also today... local leaders are expected to discuss how to keep the flint water crisis from happening here. cincinnati councilman chris smitherman has orded a report on more than 15- thousand lead pipes on private property within the city of cincinnati. smitherman's proposal is on the agenda at today's law and public safety committee meeting. developing now developing now... the national fraternal order of police reports a major data breach that has made public tens of thousands of police officers' personal information, including names and home addresses. "here is what we know. hackers entered our system january 13-14 and the hack went undetected until this past week. the system was encrypted, but they
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since becoming aware of the breach, the f-o-p say they've notified the department of justice cyber crime division. the f-o-p website and system has been taken down... and outside consultants are now working with internal personnel to get both safely back online. the f-b-i is investigating... the f-o-p says it's not aware of any threats to officers or their families. you decide 2016 a big day in the race to the white house... the first major test for the hopefuls today in iowa. out in full force in a last-ditch attempt to sway voters... donald trump and ted cruz each trying to slow each other down... "he likes to pretend he's robin hood. he's going to protect everyone from wall street, the big bad wall street right? he forgot to mention that he's borrowed a lot of money at almost no interest., anybody in this room would take that interest rate because he pays almost nothing from goldman sachs and from
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financial disclosures, he owes at least $480 now and it could be with loans, when heidi and i take loans, we pay them back. donald has declared bankruptcy four times." meantime last the democrats bernie sanders and neck and neck as they head into the election's first contest. sanders "monday night could be an historic night for this country. we can make history." clinton "so what we need is a plan, and a commitment.. you! yes and me, yes thank you. applause ." for the very latest news and results from the iowa caucus, log on to fox19 now dot com.. or check the fox19 now mobile app. still ahead... how a local sheriff's office is making craiglist
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'light rain showers are moving through the region this morning as a cold front passes the region. highs this afternoon will manage 50 under partly to mostly cloudy skies. overnight the atmosphere will be quiet and tuesday morning will start off with temps near 40. a stronger cold front will approach late day tuesday with the possibility of showers and thunderstorms---so me of which could be strong to severe. tuesday afternoon's high will reach 61. behind this system we will see slowly falling temps on wednesday with a return to the upper 30s and low 40s for the end of the week. today: showers end this morning then partly to mostly cloudy, high: 50 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy, low: 40 tuesday: breezy and mild.showers and thunderstorms evening into the overnight.some strong to severe possible, high: 61 carstar as part of the greater cincinnati water works
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water works effort at continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day. the project is expected to take six weeks. happening today happening today
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a former ohio seminary student is due in court, accused of attempting to have sex with young children in mexico. 23-year-old joel wright was arrested friday by homeland security agents after flying to san diego from columbus. he was expelled from the seminary he was attending. former kentucky governor steve beshear will be speaking at the national health policy conference in washington, d-c today. the event provides insider perspectives on critical health care issues and priorities for the upcoming year. happening today happening today across the region... ohio attorney general mike dewine making a big announcement at the university of toledo. he'll be discussing how c-v-s stores will begin carrying an antidote for heroin overdoses in the state. the first woosh smart water stations will be installed in dayton, ohio today. the station cleans and sanitizes bottles and fills them with treated water. the company's goal is to bring top quality water to
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happening today happening today across the tri- state... a suspect in a chase from springfield township to avondale is due in court. 28-year-old jarrard harper faces a long list of charges. police say he reached speeds well over 100 miles an hour on the highways during the weekend chase. a ribbon cutting celebration will be held in newport... aldi is set to open its doors on monmouth street. a ceremony is set for 9 a-m... then the first 100 customers will receive "golden tickets", which contain gift certificates in various amounts. a young girl issues a challenge to a reds player... the heartwarming video is next. also the zika virus is now affectinig the olympics. the health conern as hundreds of thousands prepare
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cincinnati reds shows a young girl running with billy hamilton... the reds say she challenged the outfielder to a race after the reds caravan in florence on sunday... instead of a trophy... billy hamilton took off his jersey, signed it and gave it to her. adlib 4shot anchors adlib during 4 shot 'light rain showers are moving through the region this morning as a cold front passes through the region this morning as a cold front passes the region. highs
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partly to mostly cloudy skies. overnight the atmosphere will be quiet and tuesday morning will start off with temps near 40. a stronger cold front will approach late day tuesday with the possibility of showers and thunderstorms---so me of which could be strong to severe. tuesday afternoon's high will reach 61. behind this system we will see slowly falling temps on wednesday with a return to the upper 30s and low 40s for the end of the week. today: showers end this morning then partly to mostly cloudy, high: 50 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy, low: 40 tuesday: breezy and mild.showers and thunderstorms evening into the overnight.some strong to severe possible, high: 61 carstar as part of the greater cincinnati
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effort at continuous infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day. the project is expected to take six weeks. happening today happening today... a new program designed to help prevent problems during online sales transactions.. is set to begin in butler county. kara dblbx our jordan vilines joins us live from the sheriff's office with the details. live butler county sheriff richard k. jones is offering a safe area to conduct internet business transactions. those who make purchases on internet sites such
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ebay normally do not personally know the buyer or seller. meeting a complete stranger to conduct any business has potential to be dangerous. having a safe place to make the exchange can make a difference. there have been several cases where people have been assaulted, robbed, even killed from using these sites to make purchases or sell items. in may of 2015, 17 year old john winstel thought he was meeting someone to buy video games. he had set up the transaction through craigslist and agreed to meet at heritage elementary in liberty township for the exchange. "when he got there, logan jatzek, randy ehrhardt, both 18, and a 17-year-old juvenile assaulted and robbed him. they were arrested a short time later, but these types of transactions have a lot of potential for a crime to take place, and they certainly have. people have lost their lives over a few dollars and if i can lessen any chance for someone to get injured, i'm going to do just that," said sheriff jones. beginning february 1st, the exchange location will be in the main lobby of the butler county jail. exchanges can take place 7 days a week between 8 am and 8 pm. the sheriff is also considering designated marked parking spaces in the front lot designated with signs for exchanges for those not wanting to use the lobby. two virginia tech college students are being held two virginia tech college students are being held without bond, after the remains of a 13-year-old
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the weekend. many gathered to remember nicole lovell. she was last seen wednesday at her home in blacksburg, virginia.. her remains found about 100 miles away in north carolina. "i didn't think that would happen to her because she was always the cutest little thing, you know? "it was really just a sickening feeling knowing that she wouldn't be coming back." 18-year-old david eisenhauer is charged with murder... 19-year- old natalie keeper is accused of helping him dispose of the body. investigators say eisenhauer used his relationship with the 13-year-old to abduct and kill her. police are not releasing details on how the girl died. the zika outbreak is now taking center stage.... with olympics preparations still underway in rio de janeiro, brazil. a test event for the summer games was supposed to be a time to get excited for the
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stole the thunder, with questions over health safety. brazil has seen more than a million cases of zika. pregnant women face the greatest risk if they contract the disease. "actions are being taken with special vehicles, with informing the community. so this is work that has been done so far and we will continue on the way to the games. so we are sure we're going to be safe." the international olympic committee is urging athletes and travelers to use protection against mosquito bites. still ahead... new developments downtown cincinnati. your weather and traffic is next stay
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still be warmer than normal. tuesday will be breezy and warm with high temperatures once again making the lower 60s. chilly air settles in wednesday and the weather stays seasonably chilly into the weekend. as part of the greater cincinnati water works effort at
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infrastructure improvement, crews will be working on the pippin road water main project starting monday, feb. 1. pippin road will be closed between galbraith road and banning road between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. each business day. the project is expected to take six weeks. a lot of people dream of completing one marathon... but 15 long distance runners just accomplished something far greater. they ran the world marathon challenge....7 marathons in 7 days, on seven different continents. the only rest they get...is the time in the air traveling to each destination. the push continues to make toys more realistic and diverse. last week we told you about barbie coming in many different shapes, sizes and colors. now, lego has decided to sell their first mini- figure in a wheel chair. the addition follows online petitions calling for lego to provide
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for those with disabilities. a crazy scene caught on camera in saudi arabia.. where two lizards are seen fighting in the streets! watch them go at it...looks like a wrestling match. this would go on for nearly three minutes... several cars honked as they went by, but nothing seemed to stop these animals. finally, the fight ends when one lizard manages to run away. rob 2shot changes coming to some hospital units...after a crazy incident in california. after the break, the item one surgeon left in a person's body. kara vo plus, a bizarre twist in the shayna hubers case. find out why the
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get a retrial. "it all doesn't matter if monday." if every person brings 9 additional the difference between possible and impossible? it's a person who believes they can, surrounded and supported by others-by us- who believe it, too. u.s. bank -- the
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win the iowa caucus." rob vo it's finally here...the iowa caucus is today we'll breakdown the presidential hopefuls chances to win. watched murder trials in the tri- state last year, could be headed back to court. we'll update you on in the shayna hubers case. plus, more problems in rio olympics.. we'll tell you how interrupt the summer games. good morning everyone... i'm kara sewell. rob 2shot and i'm rob williams. check of your forecast with
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