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have come to a end with partly cloudy skies this afternoon with a high of 55. dry tonight partly cloudy low 37. look for rain and thunderstorms possible tuesday afternoon into tuesday night after a high of 59 temps will drop on wednesday. leftover rain could mix with some wet snow early wednesday morning as temperatures will top out at 36 wednesday breezy and partly cloudy. then we watch for snow shower chances on thursday and thursday night with a high of 38 could see some accumulation. frank cam the rising sun
the month of march the rising star casino resort in rising sun, indiana, brings the "big top" to indiana in march as circus mojo of ludlow, kentucky turns rising star into "march mojo" as performers from around the globe will bring the best of the circus world to rising star. each show will feature the grace of the acrobat, the skill of the juggler and the humor of the clown. performances will be held at the top of the hour on weekends in the casino's pavilion in march at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., 8 p.m., 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. on fridays and saturdays and 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on sundays. the performances, which will change each weekend, are free and open to the public. "after the success of the christmas casino during the holidays, we decided to bring the circus to town in march," said steve jimenez,
general manager, rising star casino resort. "these shows will be an entertainment attraction and will appeal to a broad audience that will especially enjoy the antics of the clowns and thrill of aerial and trapeze acts." circus mojo march performances will feature a variety of acts, including aerial silks, gym wheel, juggling, acrobatics, clowns, tight wire acts and trapeze, with plenty of audience participation to keep visitors engaged. performers from exotic locations argentina, germany, mexico, venezuela, new york city and ludlow will be part of the production. the shows will be directed by roberto arego bedevia, who has served as artistic director for numerous international circus acts. he has directed acts in france, korea, cuba, italy, russia, mexico and venezuela and is also the artistic creator and coach of "los aregos," a
featured with circo atayde in mexico, the royal hanneford circus and the big apple circus. in 2001, "los aregos" won a bronze medal at the world circus festival in brazil. the shows will be produced by paul hallinan miller who was a clown with ringling bros. from 1996-97. miller has toured the world performing and producing in places like japan, germany, israel, finland and mexico. miller created circus mojo in 2009 and has included artists from 25 nations to build a unique brand of performance. for more information on "march mojo," visit www.risingstarcasi no.com. for more information on circus mojo, visit www.circusmojo.c om. pavilion in march at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., 8 p.m., 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. on fridays and saturdays and 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on sundays. vo an iconic over the
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version of its augmented reality device, hololens, for $3,000 on march 30. that's around the same time facebook's oculus will begin shipping the consumer version of its rift virtual-reality headset for $600 developing now developing news now we're now getting the first glimpse of a wyoming high school grad, who is currently being held in north korea. otto warmbier is a student at university of virginia. he was taken into custody back in january, after he allegedly tried to steal a north korean banner containing a political slogan that was hanging from the walls of his pyongyang hotel. in front of state media, he said that a church member at friendship united methodist church offered to pay him to do this. "i wish that the united states administration never manipulated people like myself in the future to commit crimes against foreign countries. i entirely beg you and the government of dpr korea for your forgiveness."
a spokesperson for friendship united methodist church told cnn that warmbier is not a member of the church. the u-s state department says it's aware the 21- year-old is detained in north korea. but has declined to comment "due to privacy considerations." a deadly fire is now under investigation in adams county.... this is video near the gate... of the mobile home park on ohio 125 near blue creek road... officials identified the victims as 66- year-old carol hochchild jr. and 61-year-old cynthia hochchild. the couple's son and his wife were also inside the house at the time of the fire, but were able to escape safely. an iconic over the rhine diner destroyed by a fire.. is getting closer to reopening. tucker's restaurant will re-open on july 25- th. yesterday, the restaurant's fans took part in a brunch to help save the eatery. a brunch fundraiser was held at saint
francis seraph school. no word yet on how much money was raised-- but organizers say at one point, there was a two hour wait for food. follow breaking news for you and latest information right here on the morning xtra and our website fox19 now-dot-com. right now, we of your weather with jeff... weather now transition a breezy morning as our rain showers have come to a end with partly cloudy skies this afternoon with a high of 55. dry tonight partly cloudy low 37. look for rain and thunderstorms possible tuesday afternoon into tuesday night after a high of 59 temps will drop on wednesday. leftover rain could mix with some wet snow early wednesday morning as temperatures will top out at 36 wednesday breezy and partly cloudy. then we watch for snow shower chances on thursday and thursday night with a high of 38 could see some accumulation. frank vert mon still to come one company makes a big mistake when
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awards. chris rock's highly anticipated monologue took the -- "oscars so white controversy" head on. chris rock "this is the wildest craziest oscars to host because there's all of this controversy. no black nominees and people are like chris you should boycott, chris you should quit. how come it's only unemployed people that tell you to quit something. laughter rock holding nothing back. chris rock host "why are we protesting? the big question, why this oscars? it's the 88th academy awards which means this whole no black nominees thing happened at least 71 other times... black people did not protest because we had real things to protest at the time. too busy being raped and lynched to care about who won best cinematographer. dedicating his entire open to this year's lack of diversity, rock took this moment to put it all into perspective. chris rock it's not about boycotting
want black actors to get the same opportunities as white actors, that's it." vice president joe biden was met with a standing ovation for taking a stand against sexual assault... vp joe biden "take the pledge that says i will intervene in situations when consent has not or cannot be given, let's change the culture" lady gaga's performance of "til it happens to you" -- nominated for best song. dozens of survivors joining gaga on stage for her emotional tribute. and leonardo dicaprio -- winning his first academy award for his leading role in the revenant -- using his acceptance speech to address climate change. leonardo dicaprio/actor "climate change is real it is happening right now, it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species." let us not take this planet for
take this night for granted, thank you. after the break... we'll take a look at the fashion on the red carpet last night. the morning x returns in 2 and a half minutes. and fox19 now is once again teaming up with saint jude children's research hospital for the annual dream home giveaway. tickets will be going on sale soon so stick with fox19
m at the 88th annual academy awards. walking the red carpet in sharp tuxes and dazzling gowns...fox's julie chang talks fashion with some of the celebrities before they made their way into the dolby theater for oscar night. take pkg the stars lit up the red carpet, sunday evening as they made their way into the dolby theater to honor hollywood's best at the 88th annual academy awards. wilde says: "i think the oscars have kind of a classic air to them, they should maintain that through the fashion." zuckerman says:
"there's a lot of wow and i think that it was a spectacular evening for the carpet." the ladies brought their a-game, dazzling in jewel- tone gowns, floral patterns and long flowing trains. glittering gems and skin were in, with bare shoulders and bright diamonds dominating the carpet. julie chang to whoopi goldberg chang says: "whoa are you serious -- can i touch it? whoopi: yes zuckerman says: "the jewelry on the carpet this year as always did not fail to impress. there's a lot of money walking down this red carpet." the gentlemen kept it classy, strutting their stuff in a mix of modern and traditional tuxedos. smith says: "trying to be classic with a touch of whah!" zuckerman says: guys have been on the same trend for the past few years, a little more midnight blue, a little less bowtie and and straight tie, but thankfully the gentleman tend to stay away from the trends and keep it pretty classy." and some stars took the opportunity to make another kind of fashion statement. cole says: "this is made out of recycled plastic bottles." simmons says: "this is the sunshine kids which is a great charity for kids with cancer to just have a chance to forget about their troubles and enjoy being a kid." one thing is for sure, this year's oscars red carpet
did not disappoint, and will be all the rage come monday morning. zuckerman says: "there are very few events that are as important for the fashion world as this red carpet. people will look to these looks for many many years to come. some of them will become iconic. so it's really a special moment for the fashion world and hollywood to come together and create some memorable, you know memorable looks." reporter tag in hollywood, julie chang, fox news. still to come some dogs just can't help but sign... the video you'll want to see coming up next but first... smile it's your birthday! we want to wish a very happy birthday to.... d-j from dry ridge frank from hamilton is turning 40 today and... today is chris from delhi's 11th leap year birthday if you want us to feature your birthday on fox19 now.... just send us an email... with your name, birth date, age and where you are from... to birthdays-at-fox-
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have come to a end with partly cloudy skies this dry tonight partly cloudy low 37. look for rain and thunderstorms possible tuesday afternoon into will drop on could mix with morning as wednesday breezy snow shower thursday night could see some a website for beauty products is getting some heat this morning, after a major mistake on the red carpet. tweeted out this goldberg's oscar ensemble, saying "we have no idea oprah was tatted, and we love it." the tweet was quickly deleted, but the damage was
luckily... oprah didn't seem too mad. take a look at her response: oprah, apparently watching the show at home with her friend gayle, saying "we all love whoopi goldberg, bug we don't look alike, jeeze!" the company says they will apologize by donating 10 thousand dollars to the charity of goldberg and winfrey's choice. we can give you abilities most men only dream of... make you a super hero. sarcastic anti-hero "deadpool" had the highest box office ticket-take for a weekend.
the comic book film raked in 31-point-5 million dollars. that pushes its entire haul to 285- point-6 million domestically -- making it the number-three all- time r-rated movie. action film "gods of egypt" managed to earn 14-million dollars in its opening weekend -- for a box office second place. and "kung fu panda 3" is still kicking it. the animated kids' film came in third... with 9-million in movie ticket sales this weekend. animation what caught our eye animation what caught rob's eye olympic ski team,
edwards travels to germany to test his skills at ski jumping. fate leads him to bronson peary, a former ski jumper who now works as a snowplow driver. impressed by edwards' spirit and determination, peary agrees to train the young underdog. despite an entire nation counting him out, eddie's never-say- die attitude takes him all the way to a historic and improbable showing at the 1988 winter olympics in calgary, alberta. the most important thing in the olympic games is not winning but taking part; the essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well. all sports for all people. the important thing in life is not victory but combat; it is not to have vanquished but to have fought well. what caught frank's eye and this will put a smile on your face
just in.... a man in southern china has stabbed ten schoolchildren... and killed himself. state run media says all the children surived and were taken to the hospital. the motive for the attack remains unclear. new this morning new this morning... the search for a missing northern kentucky mother appears to have come to a tragic end. a woman's body has been discovered on route 8 near snag creek and the ohio river in bracken county. sources tell fox 19 now that investigators do believe the body is that of missing mother of three, tara turner. kentucky state troopers have confirmed that they're investigating but are not saying much more. turner was last seen on january 31st.. that's when police say her boyfriend says he dropped her off at the california market on the double-a highway. we will continue to follow this developing story and bring you the latest on air and online at fox19 now dot com. a warning for spring- breakers...right now i-75 south just south of the kentucky - tennessee border is shut down.
video. the tennessee transportation this is reason for the shutdown.. a major rockslide... don't expect this stretch of i-75 to reopen until march 24th. so if you're headed south... this could affect your plans. the detour is forcing drivers to take a detour in corbin kentucky that could add another hour to your drive. today, president the nation's highest navy seal who helped rescue a u-s hostage in afghanistan. in december 20-12, edward byers junior took part in a risky mission to save a doctor kidnapped by the taliban. another seal died in the mission. for his heroic effort, president obama is awarding the ohio native, the medal of honor. byers will be the 11-th living service member to receive the medal of honor for actions in afghanistan. i will continue to follow breaking news for you and bring you the latest information right here on the morning xtra and our website fox19 now-dot-com.
right now, we want to get a check of your weather with jeff... weather now transition a breezy morning as our rain showers have come to a end with partly cloudy skies this afternoon with a high of 55. dry tonight partly cloudy low 37. look for rain and thunderstorms possible tuesday afternoon into tuesday night after a high of 59 temps will drop on wednesday. leftover rain could mix with some wet snow early wednesday morning as temperatures will top out at 36 wednesday breezy and partly cloudy. then we watch for snow shower chances on thursday and thursday night with a high of 38 could see some accumulation. you may have felt the squeeze -- if you were recently on an airplane.
you may have felt the squeeze -- if you were recently on an airplane. it's all because airlines have been slowly cutting down on legroom and seat width. and the changes aren't sitting well with everyone fox's lisa evers reports a new york senator who's now fighting against the cuts on-cam the average legroom in most airlines has declined by nearly 4 inches, and the width of the seats has narrowed by almost 2 inches... passengers are feeling the pain....and so is new york's senior senator - who want's to change that with an add-on to a mandatory faa funding bill.... schumer says: "i will be introducing....width of the seats." schumer believes it should be done without a fare
increase since airlines are making record high profits, 9 billion dollars last quarter alone.... but while they welcome the idea, passengers we spoke to are skeptical it can be done without raising fares... mos says: "i'm over 6 feet..going to comply" mos says: "we think it would be great but i don't see it happening....they're talking about bench seats... mos says: "it's always nice to get more room....always got to make" the kinnard family supports schumer's proposal... legroom is a key issue for them... kimberly is 6 feet tall & her brother kenneth is 6'10" kinnard says: "it's horrible.....2 or 3 hours" kenneth says: "not everyone has the money to fly first class.....should be on-cam local tag organization called airlines for america says government
regulations should be limited to seating seating -- not seat size. senator schumer says if all goes as planed, this could pass by the end of march. at laguardia airport, i'm lisa evers, fox 5 news. still to come we're going to test my leap year i-q with a fun game you can do with your family. the morning x returns in 2 and a your family. the morning x returns in 2 and a half minutes. toyota billboard frank cam christina christian
with some leap year here this morning with some leap year must trys,,, 1- test your leap year iq with this fun game you can make supplies include: construction paper, markers, and fun frog stickers see photo 1 2- fun leap year snack you can make with your kids or family this paper, markers, and fun frog stickers see photo 1 2- fun leap year snack you can make
1- test your leap year iq with this fun game you can make supplies include: construction paper, markers, and fun frog stickers see photo 1 2- fun leap year snack you can make with your kids or family this afternoon supplies include: oreo's, pretzels, and green m&m's see photo 2 3- christina's "pond punch" to start a leap year drink tradition ingredients include: apple juice, sprite, sherbet, and lots of ice we'll be right
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