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frank marzullo joins us with a snapshot of your forecast. cheering a cold morning with temperatures in the upper teens in many areas to partly cloudy sky and dry this have a sun and with high of 41 dry for most of the weekend with temperatures of 46 on saturday and 49 showers late sunday evening with a rain and snow mix possible on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. much colder air next week with highs in the 20s and we will also be showers for the colder air even scattered snow showers could cause for slick spots as surfaces will be much colder. happening now... two new york city police officers are
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two new york city police officers are being treated at the hospital -- after they were shot and wounded in the bronx overnight. police say the male and female officers were on patrol in a public housing complex when they were confronted by an armed man who shot them. officer say one officer was hit in the face, the other in the abdomen. police say the suspect fled the scene and later shot and killed himself. we're learning more about a local youth pastor charged with sex crimes involving children. joseph niemeyer is in jail this morning on a 100-thousand dollar bond...accused of sexually abusing a 7-year old girl inside his home for three years. we've now learned he volunteered twenhofel middle school, with the group, fellowship of christian athletes. kenton county school officials say all of niemeyer's background checks came back clean, and he was never alone with students. he is no longer volunteering at the school. crews are expected to wrap up work soon on a mudslide that's been causing quite
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commute... jordan villines joins us live along columbua parkway with a closer look. at this point, two westbound traffic here on columbia parkway near taft road are closed down. these lanes will remain closed until further notice due that occurred caused dirt to spill over the retaining wall. the lane closures were put in effect last night and theyll continue mornings rush- hour. vo at 9 o'clock this morning, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence parkway ... this will allow city officials, working with contractors, to remove the remaining loose soil. the mudslide became a problem yesterday morning in the area just west of where torrence parkway and william howard taft rd. meet at columbia parkway. staff from the department of public services and the department of transportation have been here
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appropriate safety precautions. reporting live from columbia parkway, jordan vilines, fox 19 now. with spring break around the corner...florida is taking no chances with the zika virus... 5 counties are now under a health emergency declaration. right now...there are 12 cases in florida...all from people
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infected with the mosquito-borne virus when they traveled to other countries. the governor says the state is preparing like it would for a hurricane and wants residents and tourists to know florida is safe. luck has run out for the winner of a california lottery jackpot. the person with a 63-million dollar winning ticket...never claimed the prize. the money will now go to the state's schools. it's the largest unclaimed prize in california history. rob 2shot we want to get another check on this morning's forecast. kara 2shot frank marzullo joins us with a look at the day ahead. a cold morning with temperatures in the upper teens in many areas to near 20 degrees. a partly cloudy sky and dry this morning. we will have a sun and cloud mix today with high of 41 degrees. we stay dry for most of the weekend with temperatures of 46 on saturday and 49 on sunday. our next chance of rain showers late sunday evening with a rain and snow mix possible on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. much colder air next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens. we will also be dealing with snow
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colder air even scattered snow showers could cause for slick spots as surfaces will be much colder. toss to denise for traffic two lanes of inbound westbound traffic on columbia parkway will remain closed due to actively moving earth in the area that is spilling over the retaining wall near william howard taft road. at 9 a.m. tomorrow, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence parkway to allow city officials, working with contractors, to remove the remaining loose soil. rob 2shot why some police are cracking down on sleeping...
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why some police are cracking down on sleeping... details next... kara vo and a professor from the uc college of medicine is here to talk the difference between headaches and migraines...and how they relate to menopause... fox19 studio camera bump in
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delta announced that 120 jobs in the cargo department will be gone by may... and another 185 workers will see their hours cut. those affected... will be given the opportunity to transfer to another location. delta says the department has been overstaffed for the last 6 years....and they thought they could fix it by attrition...but that didn't work. it's still not clear
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schedules. the man who lead the occupation of a national wildlife refuge in oregon last month, is speaking out from jail. ammon bundy released a recorded statement after being indicted by a federal grand jury for taking over the federal land. in all, 16 occupiers are now facing charges. this is the first we are hearing from bundy outside a written statement. ammon bundy, protest leader "the results of government officials ignoring the people, are acts like the takeover of the malheur refuge. taking over the refuge was not only right, it was the duty of the people to do." most of the occupiers are still in jail, but two have been released. spokesman lavoy finicum was killed last week in the confrontation with law enforcement officials that led to the arrests. no more sleeping on the subway. new york city's police commissioner is instructing police officers to wake sleeping passengers in an effort to keep them safe. more than half of all subway crime in the past year
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police in the big apple say quote "if you are sleeping on the subway, you make yourself a very easy victim." rob 2shot a major escape plan at the hamilton county jail...is busted up. and all eyes are on new hamsphire...ahead of tuesday's primary. where does john
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sometimes it's not enough to babysit... sometimes a dad's just gotta sing! this minnesota dad and son duo have become an internet sensation...thanks to a series of hilarious dubsmash videos..where he lipsyncs songs and movie clips. dad says its just a way to pass the time with his son while mom is at work. 4shot adlib 4shot congratulations
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a cold morning with temperatures in many areas to near 20 degrees. a partly cloudy sky morning. we will have a sun and cloud mix today with high of 41 degrees. we stay dry for most of the
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on saturday and 49 on sunday. our next chance of rain showers late sunday evening with a rain and snow mix possible on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. much colder air next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens. we will also be dealing with snow showers for the first part of the week. with much colder air even scattered snow showers could cause for slick spots as surfaces will be much colder.
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toss to denise for traffic two lanes of inbound westbound traffic on columbia parkway will remain closed due to actively moving earth in the area that is spilling over the retaining wall near william howard taft road. at 9 a.m. tomorrow, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence parkway to allow city officials,
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remaining loose soil. happening today today marks the 20th annniversary of the mardis gras festival down at mainstrasse village.... jessica brown joins us live where they're putting the last minute touches on what is sure to be another huge party... good morning to you rob and kara. it's the 20th annual mainstrasse village
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kicks off tonight at 8. all the local bars will be serving up mardi gras fun tonight and tomorrow night. beads, baubles and bangles will be given out at the goose girl fountain and at all the businesses in the area. restaurants and bars in the village will also offer mardi gras-related events and specials. there will be lots of cajun food, live music, and a whole lot more the grande parade with floats is saturday at 9pm and will travel through the mainstrassse village area on main street...all are welcome to attend that. it's free to party in the mardi gras themed bars but of course you must be 21 years old. for more information head to our website at fox19now.com begin your mardi gras celebration in the huge mainstrasse village entertainment tent. entertainment tent and cajun food booths open at 8 p.m.. music begins following the parade both nights. baubles, bangles at mainstrasse village businesses and will be at the goose girl fountain and mardi gras during mardi gras. hot flashes and fatigue aren't the
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fatigue aren't the only symptoms of menopause. dr. vincent martin with u-c college of medicine explains how headaches are also linked...and the difference between a headache
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" migraine affects 18 percent of all american women or 27 million us women " conventional thinking has been that women would see their migraines lessen with menopause because hormonal changes level out. that's not totally the case. just before women enter menopause also known as perimenopause and a period of irregular cycling - high frequency headaches increase by 60 percent as women enter the perimenopause or period or irregular cycles leading into menopause. changes and estrogen and progesterone are the most likely culprits. " research published by the university of cincinnati and our colleagues at montefiore headache center, albert einstein college of medicine and vedanta research also shows that high frequency migraines that's more than 10 days per month increase by 76 percent during menopause. that's likely due to
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as women enter this stage of life. our study looked nationally at over 3,600 american women suffering from migraine. " it's is well known that symptoms such as hot flashes, depression, irritability and insomnia worsen during the perimenopause and menopause. our study might suggest that migraines worsen as well. migraine should be considered a menopausal symptom for many women. " so what can be done? if a patient is in early perimenopause, birth control pills may help level out during the later stage of perimenopause also be effective.
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johnny manziel...and we have the 9-1-1 call... and downtown...is about to turn red... shawn lanier's at fountain square for us this morning...
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red day. you're asked to wear red to show saving women's live... people around the country will take part, to unite against preventing heart disease and stroke,. kara 2 shot good morning -- it's i'm kara sewell rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams... let's get our first look at the forecast with
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a cold morning with temperatures in the upper teens in many areas to near 20 degrees. a partly cloudy sky and dry this morning. we will have a sun and cloud mix today with high of 41 degrees. we stay dry for most of the weekend with temperatures of 46 on saturday and 49 on sunday. our next chance of rain showers late sunday evening with a rain and snow mix possible on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. much colder air next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens. we will also be dealing with snow showers for the first part of the week. with much colder air even scattered snow showers could cause for slick spots as surfaces will be much colder. denise does traffic two lanes of
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westbound traffic on columbia parkway will remain closed due to actively moving earth in the area that is spilling over the retaining wall near william howard taft road. at 9 a.m. tomorrow, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence parkway to allow city officials, working with contractors, to remove the remaining loose soil. denise tosses to jordan
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now. neighbors are fighting back after someone hung a confederate flag outside their home. this is the scene on
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neighbors say the flag is attracting a lot of unwanted attention...and police took notice this week when someone spray painted the word "racist" on the front door. it's just bringing a lot of drama, that's unneeded it's not neccessary to invite that loveland city leaders investigated and found there's nothing they can do. they say the issue boils down to freedom of expression. cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel in hot water after he's being accused of assaulting a woman over the weekend. but no charges have been filed. here's the 9-1-1- call from a neighbor. i'm calling because one of my neighbors. i heard her screaming so i came down and she said her boyfriend assaulted her. according to a police report -- manziel's ex- girlfriend claims he hit her several times at a hotel in dallas...and during a drive back to her apartment in fort worth. she adds that he
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manziel himself flatly denied that he hit her. the nfl says they're reviewing the incident. meanwhile..it's believed the browns will release manziel as soon as monday. for the first time...it was one on one between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. and in the debate in new hampshire last night...it didn't take long for things to get heated. "clinton: i really don't think these attacks by insinuation are worthy of you. and enough is enough. if you have something to say, say it, sanders: bernie sanders/ d presidential candidate: "instead of arguing about definitions, let's talk about what we should do." just 4 days from the new hampshire primary...clinton and sanders went at it over healthcare...wall street...and who is more progressive. sanders holds a 2 to one lead in most polls in new hampshire... on the g-o-p side... donald trump continues to hold a large lead in new hampshire. a new cnn poll shows him with an
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ted cruz is 3rd with 13 percent...and ohio governor john kasich fourth at 12 percent....and jeb bush at 10 percent. if you see a lot of folks wearing red today, here's why -- it's national go red day! the american heart association is working to raise awareness of the toll heart disease takes on women. shawn lanier joins us live on fountain square...which will be covered in red later today. cardiovascular disease fact according to the american heart association. " more than one in three women is living with cardiovascular disease " nearly half of all african- american women and 34 percent of white women live with cardiovascular disease " heart disease death rates among men have declined steadily over the last 25 years " heart disease rates among women have fallen at a slower rate
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member... rock and roll heaven has a new member... and another musical icon...is in the tri-state tonight...and he'll join us in our next hour. details...after the break. sot "now with the fox19 mobile app, you'll never be without fox19 news. from fox19.com to text and email alerts for
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here in the palm of your hand." let's get a check of
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let's get a check of commute with denise... denise does traffic two lanes of inbound westbound traffic on columbia parkway will remain closed due to actively moving earth in the area that is spilling over the retaining wall near william howard taft road. at 9 a.m. tomorrow, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence parkway to allow city officials, working with contractors, to remove the remaining loose soil. the super bowl is 3 days out... and along with the game...is of
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and along with the game...is of course...the commercials... this is my favorite spot...youre messing with the wrong daddy! rob vo what to keep your eye on.... plus what makes a good or bad super bowl commercial... a local advertising expert joins me.
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nation...a nashville church will be demolished today after is collapsed and hurt a woman. the 58-year-old was hurt when part of a wall collapsed. no word what caused the accident. streets in the area are closed so the demolition can happen this morning. it's another step in tracy morgan's comeback.. he's set to begin his nationwide standup comedy tour today at the horseshoe casino in hammond indiana. it's the first time he'll do comedy since that accident in new jersey nearly 2 years ago...when his limo was hit by a walmart truck...killing his friend...and leaving him in a coma for 8 days. happening today kara wipe vo happening today across the region...crews will be back at this burned out indiana home, trying to figure out how is caught fire. sam hudson and his family was home early yesterday morning when the house caught fire. no one was hurt. hudson says he caught his teenage daughter who jumped from a second floor window to escape. happening today rob wipe fscg more than 30 blues musicians will heat
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and tomorrow. and it's all for a good cause. the winter blues fest is headlined by the nick moss band, tullie brae and carolyn wonderland. the fest begins at 6 tonight at the phoenix. and it will benefit the blues in the schools program. you can get your puppy fix today, thanks to uber. uber and the league for animal welfare will bring some adoptable puppies to your office. you'll be able to request the dogs through the uber app. it costs 30-bucks for 15-minutes... the money benefits the league for animal and if you fall in adopt one of the puppies. later today...a big name in the music industry will be in the tri-state to sign his new book... l-a reid will be at store in rookwood at 7 o'clock... tickets are free...if you buy a copy of his new book "sing to me." and he'll actually be in studio in the about the
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the big names he worked with...including usher...mariah carey, outkast...kanye west...even justin bieber. adlib 4shot anchors adlib during 4 shot
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with temperatures in the upper teens in many areas to near 20 degrees. a partly cloudy sky and dry this morning. we will have a sun and cloud mix today with high of 41 degrees. we stay dry for most of the weekend with temperatures of 46 on saturday and 49 on sunday. our next chance of rain showers late sunday evening with a rain and snow mix possible on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. much colder air next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens. we will also be dealing with snow showers for the first part of the week. with much colder air even scattered snow showers could cause for slick spots as surfaces will be much colder. carstar traffic toss to denise for traffic two lanes of inbound westbound two lanes of inbound westbound traffic on columbia parkway will remain closed due to actively moving earth in the area that is spilling over the retaining wall near william howard taft road. at 9 a.m. tomorrow, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence parkway to allow
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remove the remaining loose soil. sounds like...nats of music "earth, wind & fire" founder maurice white has died after a long battle with parkinsons. his band sold 90 million albums. white, who was 74, also had a substantial side career by producing other artists, including barbra streisand and cher.
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earlier here in the kara dblbx our jessica brown joins us live from mainstrass village with the details. fat tuesday isn't until next week but mainstrasse village early. it's the 20th annual mainstrasse village kicks off tonight at all the local bars mardi gras fun tonight and tomorrow night. beads, baubles and bangles will be given out at the goose girl fountain and at all the businesses in the area. restaurants and bars in the village will also offer mardi gras-related events and specials. there will be lots of cajun food, live music, and a whole lot more the grande parade with floats is saturday at 9pm and will travel through the mainstrassse village area on main street...all are welcome to attend that. the parade runs from 9th street to 6th street and
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entertainment tent. it's free to party in the mardi gras themed bars but of course you must be 21 years old.covington police will be increasing patrols during the event to ensure everyone remains safe. for more information head to our website at fox19now.com most times the commercials are better than the game. we they better be at 2-and-half million dollars per 30 seconds. what makes a good happens when it misses the mark. joining me this morning is trey harness with gyro which was selected as 20-16's b2b agency
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according to avertising age, super bowl ad different from a regular tv ad that they're designed to get brands attention, or to launch new products, and this is why they're inherently more spectacular than normal tv ads, and then talk about which brands he's excited to see the ads for. this is my favorite
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still ahead... "nashville hot" promises to serve
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you've never had... they're opening here soon...and they're cooking for us... quick nats rob vo hot...not many are as accomplished and well respected in the music industry as l-a reid. about his new book...
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kara sewell. rob 2shot and i'm rob williams. meteorologist catherine bodak joins us with a snapshot of your
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a cold morning with temperatures in the upper teens in many areas to near 20 degrees. a partly cloudy sky and dry this morning. we will have a sun and cloud mix today with high of 41 degrees. we stay dry for most of the weekend with temperatures of 46 on saturday and 49 chance of rain showers late sunday evening with a rain and snow mix possible on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. much colder air next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens. we will also be dealing with snow showers for the first part of the week. with much colder air even scattered snow showers could cause for slick spots as surfaces will be much colder. weather and traffic toss toss to denise for
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two lanes of inbound columbia parkway moving earth in the over the retaining at 9 a.m. tomorrow, columbia parkway both directions from baines street parkway to allow city officials, working with contractors, to remove the remaining loose soil.
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westbound traffic here on columbia parkway near william howard taft road are closed down. these lanes will remain closed until further notice due to the mudslide that occurred yesterday and caused dirt to spill over the retaining wall. the lane closures were put in effect last night and theyll continue through this mornings rush- hour. vo at 9 o'clock this morning, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence parkway ... this will allow city officials, working with
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remaining loose soil. the mudslide became a problem yesterday morning in the area just west of where torrence parkway and william howard taft rd. meet at columbia parkway. staff from the department of public services and the department of transportation have been here since last night in order to monitor the site and take appropriate safety precautions. reporting live from columbia parkway, jordan vilines, fox 19 now. happening now... two new york city police officers are happening now... two new york city police officers are being treated at the hospital -- after they were shot and wounded in the bronx overnight.
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officers were on patrol in a public housing complex when they were confronted by an armed man who shot them. officer say one officer was hit in the face, the other in the abdomen. police say the suspect fled the scene and later shot and killed himself. we're learning more about a local youth pastor charged with sex crimes involving children. joseph niemeyer is in jail this morning on a 100-thousand dollar bond...accused of sexually abusing a 7-year old girl inside his home for three years. we've now learned he volunteered twenhofel middle school, with the group, fellowship of christian athletes. kenton county school officials say all of niemeyer's background checks came back clean, and he was never alone with students. he is no longer volunteering at the school. the battle to stop the violence on cincinnati's streets is bringing local leaders and the community together. the group gathered at the national underground freedom center last night for a panel.. it was part of an event called "kin killin kin". cincinnati police chief eliot isaac spoke about the reinstatement of the gang unit. "those officers that
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focusing on violent offenders, will still be tasked with that" police chief isaac also released a new anti-violence strategy monday. with spring break around the corner...florida is taking no chances with the zika virus... 5 counties are now under a health emergency declaration. right now...there are 12 cases in florida...all from people who became infected with the mosquito-borne virus when they traveled to other countries. the governor says the state is preparing like it would for a hurricane and and tourists to know florida is safe. luck has run out for the winner of a california lottery the person with a 63-million dollar winning claimed the prize. the money will now schools. it's the largest unclaimed prize in california history. a retired ohio police officer is celebrating, to keep his k-9 partner. the news matt
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finally came. marietta's law director discovered a little known statute, that gave hickey the first opportunity to buy his k-9 partner, ajax. he paid one dollar to the city- but more than 70- thousand dollars was raised on a go fund me page... money that will not go to waste. "these people, they're kind. they're considerate, they want to make things right. god bless them." the money raised will be used to purchase protective vests for other k-9 officers. the war of words continues between the bengals and steelers... and the party is about to get started in covington... jessica browns's at mainstrasse getting us ready! sponsored reopen
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see that? jill's gobbling up our bird's eye teriyaki broccoli. (mind-blowing sound) and look ben is going for more buffalo cauliflower. (mind-blowing sound) everybody's a veggie lover now. what do you think? (mind-blowing sound) mind blown. bird's eye flavor full.
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delta announced that 120 jobs in the are coming to cvg... delta announced that 120 jobs in the cargo department will be gone by may... and another 185 workers will see their hours cut. those affected... will be given the opportunity to transfer to another location. delta says the department has been overstaffed for the last 6 years....and they thought they could fix it by attrition...but that didn't work. it's still not clear how this could affect flight schedules. happening today today marks the 20th annniversary of the mardis gras festival down at mainstrasse village.... jessica brown joins us live where they're putting the last minute touches on what is sure to be another
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good morning to it's the 20th annual mainstrasse village mardi gras that kicks off tonight at all the local bars will be serving up mardi gras fun tonight and tomorrow night. bangles will be goose girl fountain and at all the businesses in the restaurants and will also offer mardi gras-related events and specials. there will be lots of cajun food, live music, and a whole lot more the grande parade with floats is saturday at 9pm and will travel through the mainstrassse village area on main street...all are welcome to attend that. it's free to party in the mardi gras themed bars but of course you must be 21 years old. for more information head to our website at fox19now.com begin your mardi
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the huge mainstrasse village entertainment tent. entertainment tent and cajun food booths open at 8 p.m.. music begins
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baubles, bangles and beads available at mainstrasse village businesses and will be at the goose girl fountain and mardi gras entertainment tent during mardi gras. 4shot adlib 4shot a cold morning with temperatures in the upper teens in many areas to near 20 degrees. a partly cloudy sky and dry this morning. we will have a sun and cloud mix today with high of 41 degrees. we stay dry for most of the weekend with temperatures of 46
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on sunday. our next chance of rain showers late sunday evening with a rain and snow mix possible on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. much colder air next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens. we will also be dealing with snow showers for the first part of the week. with much colder air even scattered snow showers could cause for slick spots as surfaces will be much colder. carstar anim
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traffic two lanes of inbound westbound traffic on columbia parkway will remain closed due to actively moving earth in the area that is spilling over the retaining wall near william howard taft road. at 9 a.m. tomorrow, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence working with soil. the i-r-s says is once again
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electronically filed tax returns. the agency blames a "hardware failure" that forced yesterday's shutdown of several tax processing systems, including the e-file system. the i-r-s says the computer system is fully functioning now and apologized for the inconvenience. the rivalry between the steelers and bengals is hotter than ever... thanks to plays this this. this was vontaze antonio brown in playoff loss last vo full burfict was fined and suspended for now brown is talking about it. he says burfict was intentionally trying to hurt him and he plans on some payback next season.
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get out there and play against those guys, especially him in 2016." > the bengals and steelers will play twice next season, but the schedule makers have not said when. imagine being able to hold nineteen hundred super bowl tickets in your hands. that's what four guys get to do at stub hub headquarters. the men are part of the crew making sure private seller tickets for sunday's big game are legit. each ticket can run from five thousand to thirty thousand dollars. so an estimated thirty to fifty million dollars will pass through the hands of the stub- hub crew by the end of the day today. "first you have the hologram here. take a black light. what i think is the coolest feature... there's heat sensitive ink so if you rub it ut disappears." investigating any red flags is such a big responsibility... it takes place in a secret room at
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what happens when a driverless all- terrain vehicle... takes off on its own? the chaos of the joyride was caught on surveillance cameras in iowa... somehow, the men handling the a-t-v lost control... it crashed into a wall, did donuts, and slammed into stacked milk crates. the store owner says he was shocked when he watched the footage from his cameras. "holy toledo that thing went up on the tires, uh the other one doesn't show it in such good views" the a-t-v owners were finally able to gain control after a failed back flip... no one was hurt. caught on camera caught on camera... a would-be robber in florida learns very quickly that if you are planning to rob a store clerk... make sure he isn't a seasoned military veteran. watch as the clerk obeys the man's orders until he turns away...and then bam, he tackles him! the iraq war veteran throws several punches while removing the gun from the robber's hand. the robber...ends up running out of the store.
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on the subway. new york city's police commissioner is instructing police officers to wake sleeping passengers in an effort to keep them safe. more than half of all subway crime in the past year involved a sleeping victim. police in the big apple say quote "if you are sleeping on the subway, you make yourself a very easy victim." if you've ever had a bad first day of work...it could be worse, at least you aren't this guy. this photo has quickly gone viral, of an intern...taking a nap, his first day on the job! of course the internet...had some fun with the photo. posting memes of hilarious movie titles, and even a fake scene in the simpsons. this guy may never live that nap down... free dental care for your kids....today! we have the information you need...right after the break... and this high school senior's story...is shining the light on sports related injuries...
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for your kids...listen up! 2 local offices are offering free dental care...things like exams...cleanings and x-rays. there's one going on right now until 2 o'clock at "lifetime smiles" on northbend rd... and another at springdale dental...on springdale 5. possible through the give kids a smile program. football is high school kid from pennsylvania what he thinks. college football because he says he didn't want to risk injury. he was offered schools like bucknell, new cross. castello says he'll pay his own way to college and play basketball instead of football. kara top vo one of the biggest
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history now has her own barbie. abby wambach was on hand as mattel unveiled it's first athletic barbie...complete with wambach's shaved blonde hair and number 20 jersey. wambach says she played with barbies as a kid, but could never relate to the doll's appearance. "it just proves that we really are getting somewhere. not everybody is created equal. if you're out there and maybe your doll doesn't look exactly like you feel, here's another option." speaking of barbie...she's getting another makeover... a few weeks ago we showed you a new curvier barbie...now this is "hijarbie"...complete with a tiny hijab on her head. she was created and designed by a 24-year old girl from nigeria...who wanted a doll that dressed the way she did. they'll go on sale in march. music mogul....and author l-a reid is here to talk about his new book...straight ahead. and some nfl
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hair! quick nats more of this super bowl commercial that's getting a lot of play on social media...plus a look at the most memorable hair- do's in nfl history...in the list. kara 2 shot good morning --
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now at havertys furniture, it's our annual presidents day sale. which means it's the perfect time to create the perfect home. now through february 15th, everything in our store is on sale. plus, we're offering thirty-six month, no interest financing. come in today for our best prices of the year. with havertys, your home can be perfect. even when life isn't. sfx: knocking. we're early! the presidents day sale. from classic to contemporary, havertys. 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. a cold morning with temperatures
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near 20 degrees. a partly cloudy sky and dry this morning. we will have a sun and cloud mix today with high of 41 degrees. we stay dry for most of the weekend with temperatures of 46 on saturday and 49 on sunday. our next chance of rain showers late sunday evening with a rain and snow mix possible on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. much colder air next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens. we will also be dealing with snow showers for the first part of the week. with much colder air even scattered snow showers could cause for slick spots as surfaces will be much colder. toss traffic denise does traffic two lanes of
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westbound traffic on columbia parkway will remain closed due to actively moving earth in the area that is spilling over the retaining wall near william howard taft road. at 9 a.m. tomorrow, all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in both directions from baines street to torrence parkway to allow city officials, working with contractors, to remove the remaining loose soil. rob wope vo christ hospital is lit up in red today... for national wear
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lit up in red today... for national wear red day. you're asked to wear red to show your support for saving women's live... people around the country will take part, to unite against preventing heart disease and stroke,. the american heart association is working to raise awareness of the toll heart disease takes on women. shawn lanier joins us live on fountain square...which will be covered in red later today. cardiovascular disease fact
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association. " more than one in three women is living with cardiovascular disease " nearly half of all african- american women and 34 percent of white women live with cardiovascular disease " heart disease death rates among men have declined steadily over the last 25 years " heart disease rates among women have fallen at a slower rate n-f-l stars are tackling tangles and pig-tails in a new super bowl ad
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nats i don't know what they make barrettes so complicated for guys. my dad's giving me a dad do." p-and-g asked the players to style their daughters' hair as part of the "strong is beautful" campaign. watch the full four video series on fox19 now dot com. 4shot list of the day...the hairstyles in nfl history... 3. john riggins redskins running back 2. troy polamalu
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coming to the tri- style hot chicken... from nashville hot tell us about the new restaurant and why his chicken is so good. gfx nashville hot, the new hot chicken restaurant concept featuring authentic nashville-style hot chicken, will be opening in the next few weeks in crescent springs. recipe nashville hot baked beans recipe ingredients 40oz can of your favorite baked beans
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camps 6oz of ketchup 3/4 cup 12oz open pit brand bbq sauce cup diced green pepper cup diced red pepper cup diced yellow onion spanish onion cup or 6oz honey 3/4 cup 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon black pepper 3 tablespoons minced garlic preheat oven to 350 degrees. add 1 tablespoon of olive oil to skillet and turn on to medium heat. wait 5 minutes and then add your green pepper, red pepper, and onions. sweat those down for 2 minutes stirring frequently to prevent burning, then add your minced garlic. cook until the onions are almost translucent
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minutes . let cool in pan for 5 minutes. in a mixing bowl add your beans, honey, ketchup and barbecue sauce. once the vegetables cool, add them to the bean mixture. pour mixture into clear baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes. beans are done when the edges start to bubble up.
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a cold morning with temperatures in the upper teens in many areas to near 20 degrees. a partly cloudy sky and dry this morning. we will have a sun and cloud mix today with high of 41 degrees. we stay dry for most of the weekend with temperatures of 46 on saturday and 49 on sunday. our next chance of rain showers late sunday evening
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on monday as temperatures fall back into 30s. next week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens. we will also be showers for the first part of the colder air even scattered snow spots as surfaces colder. traffic traffic on due to actively area that is spilling wall near william all lanes of columbia parkway will be closed in to torrence working with remaining loose music mogul and
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reid is back in town... he has a new book out... i have been reading it non stop since i bought it yesterday. its called sing to me. the head of epic records antonio l-a reid joins me this
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book signing later today. sweet november normally you hear stories about a
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in the extra... red.... it's for the go red for women this month and it's for the go red month and especially today it's for the go red for women this month and for heart health... some great red fashions from macy's coming up plus.... we are of the most talked weekends big game! i'll show you some of my favorites coming up... and... we're in the kitchen with the only local aaa five diamond award winner... orchids at palm court we;re making a little ricotta tortellini and clam nage. you won't want to miss it... weekend forecast... it's all coming up over the next 2 hours of the morning xtra. show open cam 4 studio bump
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