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threents like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, the delicious taste of nutella kencakes to a whole new level. make any day a pancake day with nutella - spread the happy take a look at the museum center this 8th annual difference maker awards! the event celebrates local kids, adults, businesses and to make the lives of children in our community better. i was the emcee. congratulations to everyone frank 2shot morning xtra... the
xtra. we still have an hour to go... but first we want to we still have an hour to go... but first we want to we still have an hour to go... but first we want to hour to go... but check your forecast. first we want to forecast. on tap with on and off snow showers the next three days. this morning pavement with sctd
but for the most part just rain showers as temperatures will stay steady in the upper 30s early today before falling this afternoon. look for sctd snow showers this evening with overnight lows down to 24 degrees. tuesday will be colder with a high of 27 with snow showers. accumulation will be minor however as temperatures get much colder we can't rule out some isolated slick spots in the early morning and late evening the next few days. wednesday our cold air will bottom out with a high of only 21 degrees. overnight lows back in the teens with snow showers once again on wednesday . frank cam controversy at texas state university after an adverstisement
adverstisement promoting a local strip club...ran in the on campus school newspaper. fox's rudi koski reports. a controversial strip club ad that targets co-eds at texas state university has been pulled from the campus newspaper. the ad was for a san antonio night spot called sugars. while it won't be in the next edition of the university star, it has sparked an on- going discussion about freedom of the press and if a school newspaper is the appropriate place for a strip club help wanted ad. at a campus garage, on the west side of texas state university, raemi walker, a junior, works 3 days a week to earn some much needed cash. one job she isn't interested in doing appeared earlier this week in the campus newspaper. sugars, a san antonio night club- paid $3,000 to run several half page
your tuition" by while walker disappointed. little jobs around campus and around san marcos, that, that shouldn't be walker. operates like a main officials with texas school advisor. bob bajackson has that advisory position and told fox7 the ad copy was vetted. "and it starts with the account executive, they discuss it, then they inform the editor, and if the editor doesn't have a problem with it, the editorial board looks at it, if they don't have a several key are women, and were not offended ad also cleared 2 by the university center, a that helps campus amendment issues. originally was a famous teacher lbj, known as the quad. university and reaction to the ad in the paper is about as diverse as the campus itself. still to come a popular resturant will not be open this
cincinnati fire crews on the scene of a 2 alarm fire in madisonville our jordan vilines has more cincinnati firefighters needed some help to put out a stubborn fire monday morning. crews were called to the 6500 block of palmetto street to find smoke coming from a home. a second alarm was called as firefighters worked to put out the smoky blaze. no injuries have been reported. the fire remains under investigation. happening today happening today... a driver that police
after the crash... but didn't show up for court on friday morning... she was arrested last night. you'll have to change your plans if you were counting on chipotle for lunch, today. every store in the country...will shut down for a few hours today... to training. after an e-coli outbreak in july about 5-hundred at the meeting, employees will go over an updated food safety program implemented by the chain in january. the lunar new year has been welcomed in parts of asia in spectacular style. in hong kong -- staff from the in hong kong -- city's flagship pacific led welcome the year of the monkey while beijing kicked off the lunar year fireworks display. spring festival, the televised gala has
watched broadcasts. follow breaking news for you and latest information morning xtra and right now, let's send it back to frank you decide 2016 this is the final full day of campaigning before polls in new tomorrow the nation's first primary could help narrow the field in the race for the white house. it comes after a republican debate over the weekend may have given undecided voters something else to think about. fox news correspondent doug luzader explains. on cam intro the block of undecided voters in new hampshire is sizable and, that gives heartburn to the front runners of both parties. but for those who aren't polling so well, it's reason for hope. this is retail politics in new hampshire. door to door. and, this is also the case of donald trump volunteers in the "granite state" trying to succeed where their iowa counterparts came up short. getting out the vote for thier candidate who is the clear frontrunner here. trump says "..a lot of these politicians say, it's not important who you vote for, but, you have to go through he process. i felt differently. if you're not going to
it comes after saturday's debate may have scrambled the g-o-p field. that exchange left rubio reeling. and if you don't think there's a pile-up for second place in new hampshire, look at this recent poll from monmouth university. kasich, rubio, bush and cruz all within two points of one another. the two democrats, meantime, actually left new hampshire over the weekend. bernie sanders appeared on nbc's saturday night live while hillary clinton traveled to flint, michigan, to address the water crisis. but, that was after she went after her rival's foreign policy credentials. clinton says "..there really isn't any kind of foreign policy network that is supporting and advising senator sanders." sanders says "..if you go back to 2008, this is exactly what the clinton people were doing to barack obama, they were attacking him, he didn't have the experience, etcetera." on cam tag now, hillary clinton, meantime, knows what it takes to win new hampshire. she's done it before. she won it back in two thousnad eight. but based on the polls coming out of that state now, performance tomorrow. doug luzader, fox news. frank vert mon still to come we'll be right back with another check of your snowy forecast... when the morning x returns. toyota billboard a much colder week of your snowy
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off snow showers the next three days. this morning mainly just wet pavement with sctd rain showers. we may see a wet snowflake mixed in but for the most part just rain showers as temperatures will stay steady in the upper 30s early today before falling this afternoon. look for sctd snow showers this evening with overnight lows down to 24 degrees. tuesday will be colder with a high of 27 with snow showers. accumulation will be minor however as temperatures get much colder we can't rule out some isolated slick spots in the early morning and late evening the next few days. wednesday our cold air will bottom out with a high of only 21 degrees. overnight lows back in the teens with snow again on wednesday . frank cam in the summer 1938 4 african american teachers from right here in
teachers from right here in cincinnati traveled the world to inspire african american children to travel and broaden their world view....with a real life comparison to what they were reading in text books...and the best part the teachers scrapbooked there journey and its on display at your public library of cincinnati and hamilton county... patricia van skaik joining me now. what: althea hurst scrapbook exhibit who: public library of cincinnati and hamilton county when: through feb. 29, 2016 where: main library, 800 vine st. downtown why: in the summer of 1938, althea hurst and three fellow african american teachers, laura knight, margaret duncan and martha bush of cincinnati traveled to canada, northern europe, nazi germany, eastern europe and france. their goal was to give
and compare their findings to information provided in text books as a way to inspire african american children to travel and broaden their world view. hurst documented the journey in a scrapbook and left it to family friend dr. houston brummit, formerly of walnut hills, who donated it to the library as a resource and inspiration and to promote greater understanding for children today and in the future. included in the scrapbook are photographs, brochures, notes and other memorabilia. pages of this scrapbook will be on display through feb. 29 in the main library's second and third floor elevator cases and at the walnut hills
entire scrapbook can be viewed online at digital.cincinnatilib rary.org. in addition to the exhibit, the library will celebrate black history month with free programs at all locations. for more information about black history month programming at the library, visit www.cincinnatilibr ary.org. for more information call 513-369-6905. fscg still to come there were some locations. for more information about black history month programming at the library, visit www.cincinnatilibr ary.org. for more information call 513-369-6905. fscg still to come
(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
what caught frank's eye the latest doritos commercial targets a young audience fetuses. the super bowl 50 commercial takes place during a woman's ultrasound appointment while place during a woman's ultrasound appointment while her husband is chomping away on some doritos. the fetus projected on the ultrasound screen starts moving its arms and hands toward the direction of daddy's doritos. before the commercial ends, the image of the fetus jumps off screen and the parents and doctor begin screaming. a baby's cries are then heard as the screen flashes to the doritos
music a town was never more good looking than ryanville, in which all of the men are ryan reynolds clones, in this super bowl commercial for hyundai. in the ad, two women are driving down a street and get distracted while checking out all of the hot ryans. when a ryan walking dogs steps on the street and
in front of the car, the car stops thanks to the automatic emergency braking system with pedestrian detection as the driver was too
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the new film tumbledown is the story of a tumbledown is the story of a unlikeley pair who come together on a project...but by the end of it they realize maybe theres more to there relationship... actor jason sudeikis and rebecca hall join me live to help us set the film up.... pop culture scholar andrew jason sudeikis comes to maine to interview hannah jason sudeikis comes to maine to interview hannah rebecca hall , the protective widow of an acclaimed singer. when the unlikely pair strike a deal to co-write a biography, andrew finds himself clashing with a cast of locals,
joe manganiello , and her loving but defensive parents blythe danner, richard masur . when hannah and andrew's stormy blossoms into an connection, they that the next lives may involve each other. dianna aragon and griffin dunne costar in this startlingly romantic tale of finding love in the places. pop culture scholar andrew jason sudeikis comes to maine to interview hannah rebecca hall , the protective widow of an acclaimed singer. pair strike a deal to biography, andrew finds himself
cast of locals, including hannah's hunky suitor joe manganiello , and her loving but defensive parents blythe danner, richard masur . when hannah and andrew's stormy partnership blossoms into an unexpected connection, they face the possibility that the next chapter in their each other. dianna aragon and griffin dunne costar in this startlingly funny and sweetly romantic tale of moving on and finding love in the unlikeliest of places. now let's take a look at what could be a snowy forecast.... jeff is
weather now a much colder week on tap with on and off snow showers the next three days. this morning mainly just wet pavement with sctd rain showers. we may see a wet snowflake mixed in but for the most part just rain showers as temperatures will stay steady in the upper 30s early today before falling this afternoon. look for sctd snow showers this
down to 24 degrees. tuesday will be colder with a high of 27 with snow showers. accumulation will be minor however as temperatures get much colder we can't rule out some isolated slick spots in the early morning and late evening the next few days. wednesday our cold air will bottom out with a high of only 21 degrees. overnight lows back in the teens with snow showers once again on wednesday . charlie sheen is offering advice to johnny manziel after his stream of off the-field
after his stream of off the-field incidents. the actor, who recently announced that he's h-i-v positive, tweeted this to manziel yesterday... "it's time to refocus, all of your energy on health and football, it's never to late to get a fresh start." how do we know that he's even related to you? boing boing boing another big weekend for pandas at the box office! "kung fu panda three" stayed on top super bowl weekend...bringing in 21-million dollars after its theaters. the cohen flick... "hail,
hundred block of palmetto. we're told the family living at the residence had to self-evacuate. the family told investigators the fire started in the basement of the home. but they're not sure what the cause was. it took firefighters about 15 minutes to get the incident under control. thankfully, no one was injured. damage is estimated at 50- thousand dollars. happening now blue ash police are suspects after a shootout and accident. to oak avenue on after investigators say at least 10 shots were fired in the area. investigators say a man was shot while inside his car.... with a 3-year-old child... he took off the child was taken with minor injuries.
hospital... and police believe another shooting victim took off. new this morning... these 2 men are behind bars... and set to face a judge... after being pulled over by hamilton county sheriff's deputies. charles ross and ryan dawson are facing several drug related charges... after police say they threw supplies and ingredients used to make a meth lab from their car during a traffic stop on asbury road in anderson township late last night. hazmat crews had to shut the road down for a short time to clean-up the area. we'll continue to follow breaking news for right here on the morning xtra and our website fox19 now-dot-com. the fox19 now morning xtra will be right back toyota billboard
the next three mainly just wet pavement with sctd rain showers. we may see a wet snowflake mixed in but for the most part just rain showers as temperatures will stay steady in the upper 30s early today before falling this afternoon. look for sctd snow showers this evening with overnight lows down to 24 degrees. tuesday will be colder with a high of 27 with snow showers. accumulation will be minor however as temperatures get much colder we can't rule out some isolated slick spots in the early morning and late evening the next few days. wednesday our cold air will bottom out with a high of only 21 degrees. overnight lows back in the teens with snow showers once again on wednesday . you decide 2016 a hong kong fortune teller is making predictions
fortune teller is making predictions now on the u-s presidential race. she's using a mix of ancient traditions and a close examination of each candidate's face. c-n-n's alexandra field found out -- who's likely to do well -- based on this very unique method. forget pollsters.. and pundits.. for predictions. in a presidential election year.. you could always come - here. every chinese new year...believers in "feng shui" seek ancient wisdom to find out what the future holds. the methods can seem mysterious. alexandra field, reporter who wins between the two of them? priscilla lam, physiognomist and fortune teller must be hillary. hong kong is still home to fortune tellers- they read palms, charts and even faces. what about these faces? "so what feature is most important in a politicians face? "ok. long face. "the shape of the face. shape. this part full." that's right - by looking at their features, priscilla lam says she can see the outcomes of campaigns half a world away. take the democrats: priscilla lam, physiognomist and fortune teller on the face, hillary.
reporter hillary has the best face?" priscilla lam, physiognomist and fortune teller "sharp eyes, long face, high nose, flexible lips." in the republican field - there's more for her to pick apart. priscilla lam, physiognomist and fortune teller "donald the best. comes in first in new hampshire. alexandra field, reporter "who is number two in new hampshire." priscilla lam, physiognomist and fortune teller "this one. number two." of course it isn't all about the face. you've gotta have luck on your side in 2016. and that's already decided - she says - by their birthdays and the stars! priscilla lam, physiognomist and fortune teller "yea if there is no donald trump maybe she is the winner...his luck is this year." projections put front of the donkey during the monkey. reporter how confident are take the faces and the birthdays and predict the next united states? priscilla lam, physiognomist and about 80%. alexandra field, 80% and the rest is up to what? priscilla lam, physiognomist and fortune teller the weather, and their presentation. one point the pollsters, the pundits and priscilla probably agree on. alexandra field cnn
year hiatus... and fans just can't get enough of the newly revived "x- files". fox's adam housley talks to the cast about the revival... and about a new "x- files" themed art show! snd full: x-files the believers were glued to their tv sets to watch the files"... comeback broke with more than 50 the first three days. a television show, years, what, you do 9 at the most. that's a lot. we're talking about from 1993 is the first time i played this character, so we're talking 23 years. so that's a actor." for actress gillian living up to the these loyal fans them after a 13 year hiatus is what they're hoping for. anderson says: "i hope that they feel that they have gotten everything that they wanted to get which is not guess that they them with something that expectations." david duchovny carter continues to push the envelope.
there's definitely a new twist on the old stories and we'll see how taking this fandom to another level... there's now even an x-files art show with more than 30 artists celebrating gibson says: "pretty any hardcore fan appreciates x-files is represented somehow in this exhibit. from funny stuff, to really serious stuff... it has every vibe if you will." snd full: x-files in hollywood, adam housley, fox news. frank gfx coming up on fox19 now tonight at 9. followed by the 10 copyright weather open toss to denise for traffic now here's a look at the three things before heading out kara 2shot bam center that's it for this fox19now continues... show open kara 2shot good morning, i'm kara sewell. rob 2shot and i'm rob williams. meteorologist frank marzullo joins us with a frank gfx coming up on fox19 now tonight at 8 it's "the x files" then it's "lucifer"
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