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morning xtra... the extra hour of the xtra. we still have an hour to go... but first we want to check your forecast. weather now another fantastic looking afternoon with temperatures in the low 70s. we with temperatures start out partly cloudy mid 50s with a sun and cloud mix into the afternoon. clouds increased leg day into the evening while we may see a passing shower our best
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morning. rain showers thursday with steady rain thursday afternoon into the evening. a high thursday of 69 we could even hear a rain showers tape look for clouds afternoon and dry the weekend will be wet at times but still mild with highs in the upper 60s saturday and mid 60s on sunday. frank cam about ourselves and what were thinking simply on how we move our bodies... body language is so important in
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we can say alot about ourselves and what were thinking simply on how we move our bodies... body
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conveying our messages and this political cycle we have seen a lot of body language that has had us scratching our heads ... here now janine driver/body language expert and author of the book you cant lie to me... she will analyze the presidential candidates body language her topic is "you say more than you title of one of her book is "you can't lie to me". there will be a book sale each lecture, courtesy of joseph beth at rookwood. wednesday evening, p.m. at the high school 5757 cooper road, blue ash, oh 45242 and thursday morning march 10th at 11:00
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7950 pfeiffer road, 45242. ind institute & body janine driver, aka the "lyin' tamer" will personally train up to 100 qualified professionals to become the next will you be one of the elite few chosen to become a certified detecting deception and body language trainer through the body language institute bli ? if you qualify for the bli's exclusive 5-day program, you'll be given the success tools to teach the techniques and secrets found in janine's new book you can't lie to me harper one, august 28, 2012 . did you see your best friend give that little shoulder shrug while he said, "you'll make a fortune by investing in this stock everyone i know is buying!" or hear that seemingly over- qualified job ask any of my former
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l tell you that i'm dependable and trustworthy!" or notice your sexy new boyfriend the end of his sorry!" note? person, right? of course you are! but even smart people can miss telltale signs of deceit and new, one-of-a-kind janine driver, body language author of the upcoming book you can't lie to me, you'll learn all the tricks of the detecting deception pros! consider: lies go undetected. 9 out of 10 people who apply for jobs overemphasize, or downright fabricate, positive traits about themselves. since 1991, lifetime infidelity among men over 60 has doubled. in women, it has tripled. about 20 percent of men and 15 percent of women under 35 have cheated on their partners. in those aged 18 to 25, the percentage is
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women lie in 1 out of every 5 social interactions; for college students, that number is 1 in 3. imagineone out of every five or three! times a person opens his mouth, he's lying. those odds are not in our favor. but what if you could learn a process that would help you know and be able to train others to determine when someone was being dishonest and you were able to teach that process to others?! a test that tipped you off the second the lie was being told. an anti-manipulation tool that, once you absorbed it, would become almost unconscious, and could be applied with anyone, in any situation, to help you know the truth. then, regardless of the other person's intent to deceive you, you would always hold the power. you all would know whom to trust, and whom to walk away from. you all would be in control. your whole persona would calmly and confidently say, you can't lie to me. janine's techniques tap into the very same brain processes targeted in sophisticated lie detection technology, such as polygraphs, fmris, and infrared eye scanners. but, as janine reveals in her upcoming book and in this exclusive 5-day train-the-trainer program, despite the billions of
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developing and operating this technology, no machine ever built can exceed the abilities of well- trained human "lie detectors." the simplicity and effectiveness of janine's plan will prove the only equipment readers need to bust a liar is right between their ears. vo coming up on the morning xtra... how you can remember the life of nancy reagan....
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iraqi intelligence officials say u.s. special forces in iraq captured the head of the islamic state's chemical weapons unit. that's the latest high profile development in recent days against isis. happening today happening today -- the body of former first lady nancy repose at the presidential library.. she will lie there for two days before her funeral on friday. the widow of president ronald reagan died sunday morning of congestive heart failure. she was 94....and will be buried at the library next to her husband. president reagan died in 2004. it's been a week madison junior - returned to class... today madison schools will begin a series of forums groups to discuss and gather input on how the district
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support. the forum is open to all madison local school district staff, the members. 6 for high school and tomorrow night at 6 for all elementary school parents. follow breaking news for you and bring you the right here on the our website fox19 now-dot-com. want to get a check of your weather with frank weather now transition another fantastic looking afternoon with temperatures in the low 70s. we start out partly cloudy mid 50s with a sun and cloud mix into the afternoon. clouds increased leg day into the evening while we may see a passing shower our best chance of rain comes thursday morning. rain showers thursday with steady rain thursday afternoon into the evening. a high thursday of 69 we could even hear a rumble of thunder. rain showers tape or friday morning look for clouds mixed with some sun friday afternoon and dry a high 65. the weekend will be wet at times but still mild with highs in the upper 60s saturday and mid 60s on sunday. hillary clinton is
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the f-b-i story -- that she is not worried about the f-b-i investigation into her email scandal. fox's grilling the former secretary of state about the server during a town hall on last night. fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge -- has this fact check report. during the town
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clinton said she handed over all her work related emails, and believed the messages were recorded in the state department system. clinton says: "what we turned over were more than 30,000 emails that i assumed were already in the government system, bret, because they were sent to state.gov addresses." but a fact check shows clinton's decision to use a personal email server exclusively for government business flies in the face of the foreign affairs manual for all state department employees. and a 2011 cable from then secretary clinton's office advised against the use of personal email accounts for government work. fitton says: "the bottom line is the federal courts have forced the disclosure of mrs. clinton's emails. there's been nothing voluntary about any of this, and getting the truth out of mrs clinton about this has been like drawing blood from a stone." clinton also said she and her aides were not the fbi's focus. baier says: "have you or your lawyers been apprised that any members of your current or former staff are targets of the investigation?" clinton says: "absolutely not." but a recent fbi court filing says the focus is clinton's sever, and her team's alleged mishandling of classified information. legal experts say there
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clinton can be so certain. macmahon says: "it is not justice department policy to inform people who are not targets of investigations, one, that they're not a target and, two, that other people are not either. so it would be unusual" on classification, clinton said the state department is the decision maker. clinton says: "the state department has a process for determining what is or isn't classified. if they determine it is, they mark it as classified." baier says: "well, who decides..." clinton says: the state department decides." but that claim conflicts with federal regulations, including executive order 13526 that show the intelligence agency that generates the information has final say on classification. sworn declarations from the cia also confirm the intelligence was classified when it hit clinton's server, not upgraded after the fact. flynn says: "i can tell you law enforcement community and the intelligence community at very senior levels is really looking to see if our legal system will actually do what it says it's capable of doing and maintain it's integrity." herridge on cam: in case the federal judge has ruled department clinton's top aides
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under oath about the server and whether clinton's set up was done to skirt open records laws. those depositions are scheduled this spring. in washington, catherine herridge, fox news frank vert mon still to come a child jumps on a bride walking down the aisle... the video you'll want to see coming up plus "it makes me angry and scared. it makes me scared knowing that may child may leave one day and they won't even notice." a teacher in big trouble after going to work.... drunk... and more of what parents had to say... next toyota billboard frank cam
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kindergarten teacher was fired on the job. level was five times the legal limit. but as cnn's hanna kim reports, this was an ongoing problem. "they want to know just say she is not coming back." tacoma public schools fired teacher klara bowman for allegedly drinking in her kindergarten class. and now q13 fox news has obtained the teacher's file from the district that reveals the kindergarten teacher had a blood alcohol content of at least .4 while she was teaching her students on february 19., which limit. district investigators say bowman had rum in a mug of orange juice. mom "i saw ms. bowman and two school security officers and the principal and the vice principal walk out of the office." this mom who had kids in bowman's class doesn't want to show her face but she witnessed the moment
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escorted off school property mom "she wasn't stumbling she didn't have to be caught." that's completely different from the report. one teacher says bowman was so drunk she fell onto two students quickly propping herself up. a student reported bowman to the main office and when administrative got to her classroom they say the kindergarten teacher was sitting in a chair with her head back, her eyes and face red. they say she was extremely unsteady walking to the main office. in fact at one point administrators say she walked right into a wall in front of a class of 4th later a co-worker says bowman sent her these text messages asking her to get rid of the liquor bottles in her classroom. mom "it makes me angry and scared it makes me scared knowing that my child can leave one day and no one would notice." many parents learning today it's not bowman's first strike. in 2011 the district says she admitted to drinking while teaching at grant elementary. in order to save her job bowman signed a last chance agreement. since then the district urged her at least three times to seek help including once in october 2015 when a school custodian reported bowman's confusion over what time of day it was. during the latest incident however..administr ators say bowman denied being drunk, but eventually admitted to it. tonight it appears bowman's fight is not over....she filed this appeal letter contesting her termination. mom "i dot think someone who has a problem should be
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the help that you need and then you start back up again." bowman says she entered a rehabilitation facility the week following the latest incident. after the break... they are on their fairwell tour.. and now there is a documentary about their careers... a look at the twisted sisters is next we're not gonna take it i dr t r r
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vr legendary rockers "twisted sister" are calling it quits after this year's farewell tour... and there's a new documentary detailing the band's storied career... fox's michelle pollino has the story... heavy metal glam band, twisted sister is calling it quits at the end of their farewell tour. to mark the occasion, the band recently released a documentary that recounts their journey from international rockstars. snider says: " we only after a decade broke through and this movie is not about "we're not and "i want to rock". you don't
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documentary story about all before that. so andy takes it from of 1973 leading all the way to 1983 and our performance record deal with i and /i the rest was lead singer, dee snider says he's surprised the band lasted 40 years... snider says: " i never planned on being on stage at this point. not on stage, but in this sister is a very although i kept good shape, i'm not bragging, but i'm still 60 and how thrash?" snider says unlike some other band's "farewell tours", for twister snider says: "they assume in another year just like we'll still be out but..the twisted sister days will end this year and if you
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while you can. trust me. there won't be another one." but it's not the last we hear from the 61-year old singer. snider says: "i have a new record deal. i'm going to be doing a solo album, but it's not going to be a headbanging, thrashing, crawling around on the ground type of record. it's going to be more of mainstream rock." twisted sister's new movie is available now and the band is planning to take it's final bow in the u.k. august 12th. in hollywood, fox news. every bride wants their wedding to be but one bride is finding out that a wedding that goes viral could be just as great but first... smile it's your birthday! we want to wish a very happy birthday to.... dalton from greenfield megan from hyde park... is 25 today and... steve from today
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another fantastic looking afternoon with temperatures in the low 70s. we start out partly cloudy mid 50s with a sun and cloud mix into the afternoon. clouds increased leg day into the evening while we may see a passing shower our best chance of rain comes thursday morning. rain showers thursday with steady rain thursday afternoon into the evening. a high thursday of 69 we could even hear a rumble of thunder. rain showers tape or friday morning look for clouds mixed with some sun friday afternoon and dry a high 65. the weekend will be wet at times but still mild with highs in the upper 60s saturday and mid 60s on sunday. animation what caught our eye animation
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anything can happen at a
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anything can happen at a wedding. especially when there are a lot of kids buzzing around... a child in dublin is getting a lot of attention this morning, for his brazen act to break up a wedding, take a look... fortunately... the bride stays very composed during the whole situation... the kid gets dragged off, as she continues to walk down the aisle.... just pretending it didn't happen. what caught rob's eye take a look at this! a plane falls from
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island new york... the emergency parachute attached to it helped guide it to a landing. police say a man was piloting with his daughter when the plane lost engine power about two thousand feet in the sky. a surveillance camera caught the it crashing onto a grassy area of an industrial park. both survived the crash with barely a scratch. the f-a-a and the n- t-s-b is investigating. what caught kara's eye it's aliveeeeee.
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it's aliveeeeee. okay, maybe that's an exaggeration. but it sure does okay, maybe that's an exaggeration.
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look like it could be. that thing you're
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sharapova the former head of the world anti- doping agency says sharapova was guilty of "willful negligence" for using mel-do-nium. they say international tennis officials knew that many players were taking the drug
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sharapova could face a ban of up to four years unless she can prove mitigating circumstances to test for the drug sharapova said she drug for 10 years for various medical issues. she said she didn't realize it had been banned this year. new this morning new this morning... crews respond to a business fire in camp washington. firefighters arrived at garden street iron and metal on spring after 2 a-m. flames appeared to container with some sort of metal inside. no one was hurt. also new this morning... a 19-year-old is expected to recover after he was shot in kennedy heights. police say it happened along the railroad tracks near odin avenue and red bank road. no arrests have been made. and new this morning... we've learned greyhound has reached a 6 million dollar settlement with 5 people aboard this bus that rolled over on eye-75 in monroe in 20-13.
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their way to detroit... the investigation found that the driver was drinking coffee when he had a coughing attack and lost consciousness. 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 frank weather now transition another fantastic looking afternoon with temperatures in the low 70s. we start out partly cloudy mid 50s with a sun and cloud mix into the afternoon. clouds increased leg day into the evening while we may see a passing shower our best chance of rain comes thursday morning. rain showers thursday with steady rain thursday afternoon into the evening. a high thursday of 69 we could even hear a rumble of thunder. rain showers tape or friday morning look for clouds mixed with some sun friday afternoon and dry a high 65.
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wet at times but still mild with highs in the upper 60s saturday and mid 60s on sunday. a close call for a t-v reporter in california is
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a close call for a t-v reporter in caught on camera.. how he and his photographer almost got hit live on air.... coming up next toyota billboard frank cam a terrifying
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on live t-v. a california reporter was almost run-over while doing a live report. he is ok - but is still shaken by what happened. cnn's jeanne moos finds out who he's crediting with saving his life. reporting can present dangers, whether from a tear gas canister... or flying debris... but what could happen in the parking lot of a fremont, california 7-11 while reporting on a train derailment? alex savidge, ktvu reporter "and obviously it
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situation..." no one was hurt, but you can't blame ktvu's alex savidge alex savidge, ktvu reporter "my heart hasn't since his back was to the traffic, alex credits his cameraman for yelling "get out of the way"... before diving to safety. alex savidge, ktvu reporter "this is the man. that's chip vaughan...always has my back." the elderly woman driving the white car turned right on red into the path of another car, got hit, then, police believe, stepped on the brake. alex savidge, ktvu reporter about this much." police took her license. alex savidge, ktvu reporter "everytime i see that video it freaks "jeanne moos, reporting "this is the kind of thing that happens when officers are stopped on the side of the road... everyone reacts differently to a close call. for instance, the cameraman's wife... cameraman "she said good,
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walk the dog when you get home tonight." in the business this is known as a live hit, but alex could have ended up dead from this hit. alex savidge, ktvu reporter "i just would like to thank chip, thanks buddy scary." jeanne moos cnn new york. after the break we'll take a look at the guest stars heading to rosewood this season....
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gearing up for the second half of its first season... fox news' jonathan hunt says the cast members say the writing and chemistry on set are a mix for future success. take pkg there's no shortage of strong female leads on fox shows like "gotham", "lucifer", "empire", "new girl" and jaina lee ortiz's character on "rosewood", detective annalise villa, a cop who works closely with private pathologist doctor rosewood. ortiz says:"i feel like this is such an incredible journey for villa and you get to see so many different sides to her, i love her range, she gets to kick ass, she gets to be vulnerable, sexy when she wants to, she's very smart, i love it." after a recent break-up with taye
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jaina shares that things between rosewood and villa may start heating up. ortiz says: "what i can tell you is right now we're developing a very very strong friendship and we're bonding as friends and i'm opening up and starting to trust him and i actually enjoy working with him now. i don't know where that's going to lead." more than halfway through the series first season, both ortiz and star morris chestnut like where things are headed for this procedural drama. chestnut says: "the writers are knowing us and getting a better feel for us, we're getting a better feel for each other, we're much more comfortable and fluid, so i think the audience in the second half of the season will be pleasantly surprised with the development." ortiz says: "i love that every week we have to solve a crime, it's so much more than that. all the characters are on our own journey, we have our own issues were going through so many different relationships and so many things are happening in our
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it's intertwined in the procedural aspect. 14:42:53 i love that there's so much heart to it, family drama and that's what's going to allow people to relate and connect to everyone." in hollywood, jonathan hunt, fox news. frank gfx coming up on fox19 now tonight at 8 it's "rosewood" then it's "hell's kitchen" at 9 now tonight at 8 it's "rosewood" then it's "hell's kitchen" at 9 and that is followed by the fox19 now news at 10
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