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looking at a dry afternoon with a sun and cloud mix increasing clouds this evening high of 65. it's going to get cooler going into friday because of a cold front moving in on thursday. look for rain showers and a rumble of thunder thursday morning with a chance of thunderstorms into thursday afternoon. the severe risk is marginal for storms thursday. daytime highs tomorrow 63 degrees. dry and cool with a high of 50 on friday. saturday staying dry a high of 62. easter sunday starts out dry with rain showers sunday afternoon high 65. carstar 71/75 at 275 belgium bombings
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justice ministers and interior
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across the 28- nation eu are now planning an emergency meeting to assess the tuesday's terror attacks in brussels. we're following and we're also look at the damage robert guaderrama is here with the latest. 34 people killed and about 170 more wounded following the three explosions at a brussels airport and subway. this morning, we're seeing chilling footage from inside the airport. vo inside the crowded airport during the morning rush -- an explosion sends people running for their lives. the terminal quickly filled with smoke. terrified passengers dropped to the floor and huddled together, minutes later a second bomb detonates. an american who lives in brussels, describes the scene. annie engelhardt/ from iowa, lives in brussels "he could see smoke out of the building. when he left work this afternoon he said that when he passed the airport it just looked
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moments later, explosions at a subway. isis has claimed responsibilty for both attacks. in the studio, robert guaderrama, fox19 now. people around the country are now voicing concerns about security at airports, following the attacks. dan dblbx our sara celi is live at c-v-g with details on how officials are stepping up safety measures. washington ap - homeland security secretary jeh jay johnson says there is no "specific, credible intelligence" of any plots against the united states like those carried out in brussels. as a precaution, the homeland security department is stepping up security at major u.s. airports and rail and transit stations around the country. johnson says dhs officials are in contact with their european counterparts and monitoring the ongoing situation. security officials are also reviewing whether additional screening may be necessary for air travelers coming from belgium. belgium is one of 38 countries whose citizens generally do not need a visa to visit the u.s. a lexington,
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a lexington, kentucky family is on edge... still unable to reach loved ones this morning.... who were at the brussels airport around the time of the attack. stephanie shults graduated from transylvania university... she and her husband justin have been living in belgium. the pair had just dropped off stephanie's mother at the airport when the blasts occurred. stephanie's aunt says her sister is fine... but they still cannot reach stephanie or justin. "we don't know for sure if my niece and her husband had been able to get out of the airport or if they were still in the airport at that point. but all they can really do is go from hospital to hospital looking at the list of people that have been identified as injured. we do know they're not on
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we'll continue to update you on the search for the missing couple.. you'll also find all of the very latest information about the belgium bombings on fox19 now dot com. more local news now.. a kenton county teen says video of a fight... got her suspended from school. but she claims she wasn't involved. nats fight nicole williams says the only reason she's in trouble, is because she posted this fight to social media. and she's not taking it down... williams and her mom say district officials told them she's suspended from school regardless...and even possibly faces expulsion. the family says they don't want the video deleted - because it highlights a serious problem at scott high school.
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how bullying should be feel safe at school. i feel like those students weren't really safe at getting beat up while other teachers were just watching her and not fixing it at all" school officials say a teacher did eventually stop the fight... but the under investigation. to tighten its grip on the tri-state, a new way to fight back. covington unanimously approved a plan for a needle exchange program. proposed a program for 3- hours a week on the st. elizabeth covington. exchange one dirty needle for one clean needle, and participants would need to be tested for diseases like hepatitis and hiv. the program will also help users find treatment. "we really have tried to work hard to help people understand this is a disease that these folks are injecting and they're going to inject whether they have clean needles or dirty
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to primarily stop the spread of disease" before being implemented... covington's plan must pass the northern kentucky health department board and the county's fiscal court... who will address it next week. people apparently aren't enjoying leisure-time as much as they used to... turns out there's a scientific reason.. coming up. plus... concerns about spending uncover major problems with contracts involving a local park... the details are next. fox19 good wednesday morning. welcome back to fox19 now
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at downtown cincinnati happening now take a look at this... miami township - police in clermont county need your help finding this suspect... who
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convenience store at knife-point! it happened at the speedway gas station on state route 131. here's a look at surveillance photos. if you have any idea who the suspect might be... call police. a new audit has found serious problems with the way the cincinnati police department is issuing overtime for officers. according to the report... between july of 2014 and september of 2015.. more than half of all overtime requests weren't approved or verified correctly! the annual overtime budget is nearly $6-and-a- dollars. agreed to overhaul overtime to make improvements. this morning there are big questions about the construction of a local park.. and mistakes that could leave taxpayers paying millions of dan dblbx is live at smale riverfront park to explain. live the major problem is that the city your tax dollars here on the park but the city cant
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tax dollars are protected. cincinnati city manager harry black told city council last night in a report that "the city has been potentially placed at risk, financially." vo this comes after black ordered an investigation to be done into the city park bord spending. turns out the city park board used agreements for building repairs and maintenance to construct much of smale riverfront is...that violates city law and could cost taxpayers if the work doesnt hold up over time...because the project was not competitively bid on more than 80 million dollars in construction work and contractors were not bonded. at this point the city manager says he can't tell which contractor performed what work at this park-- live now city hall has ordered an audit of the city park board's spending--that audit should be finished in may. our team has reached out to the mayor for an interview and have not got a response..we'll be at city hall today to track down the people responsible for this report and for the problems with the project. idol and a reminder
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away a trip for two to see the americanidol series finale in hollywood. it's easy to enter... log on to fox19 now dot com, go to contests, and then choose, idol giveaway. the winner will be selected tomorrow! and don't forget to watch americanidol, thursdays right here on fox19 now. adlib 4shot frank marzullo
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the flu is still popping up in new areas around the could continue month or two. flu season usually peaks around early march -- but it is still spreading in parts of the u-s. unlike last year, this year's flu
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match for the current flu viruses ---- nearly 59 percent effective. and you do still have time to get vaccinated. this week, indiana's attorney is reminding hoosiers that it's illegal for political campaigns to blast you with pre-recorded messages over the phone. that means no political robocalls in the governor's race, or senate and congressional elections in indiana. the penalty for violating the indiana auto dialer law is up to $5,000 per call. if campaigns want to play a prerecorded message, a live operator must make the call and receive your permission. but campaigns and political groups are allowed to make traditional "live" calls, even to numbers registered on the do not call list. things are a little different in kentucky though-- where there is a law covering auto dialers but not specifically prohibiting political calls. and they are also allowed in ohio. america has a new favorite way to pay for music... streaming sites
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four billion dollars... but the recording industry association of america says there's a big problem with streaming platforms... they let people listen to music on demand for free. should he stay or should he go? that's the question many are asking about u-c coach mick cronin... our joe danneman weighs in.. here's your morning wake up call. pkg i think i need to start this by saying i don't want mick cronin to leave cincinnati. i like people who want to live and work in our city. i want people who want to be here... and - that's who mick cronin is. he wants to coach uc until the day he retires. but... something's up. something's off if he's really considering leaving his alma mater for - honestly - a mediocre program at unlv. look - there are things i'm hearing that i can't share because it's bad journalism to sit here and spread rumors. but... i can say this. jobs are about
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people you work with... and - if those don't work - sometimes it's best to work somewhere else. but... it's unlv - you're thinking. they haven't made the tournament in four years. i think we need to de-tach ourselves destination - where and think harder about where he is... and if something is really that off here - that he would leave the job he said he never would. so - will mick really leave uc for unlv? i don't know. i hope he doesn't. because i still do think he belongs in our city. i'm joe danneman and that's your morning wake up call. not enjoying your leisure time? there may be a scientific reason! a series of studies from washington university found that when people attached a specific date and time for things like happy hours or lunch with friends... the fun activities were less enjoyable. researchers say once it's scheduled, it becomes more like work. if you still feel the need to write everything in your planner.. try scheduling in a less specific way-- for example, don't plan something for 3 to
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a new warning from the government about prescription medications... that's next. plus.. an ohio woman makes a surprising discovery... what was inside a teddy bear.. that now have police investigating... ahead.
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new warning labels for opiate medications. they want to warn consumers, "about the serious risks of misuse, abuse, addiction,
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death." a black boxed warning, the most severe warning label there is, will be required on immediate release formulations. additional safety labeling changes will also be required. according to the cdc....more than 40 americans die each day from prescription opioid overdoses. a quick-thinking clerk at an ohio shipping business... stops a man's plans to ship drugs.. inside a child's toy! police say that, pink teddy bear was filled with more than just stuffing. hidden inside.. prescription liquid investigators say a man was trying to memphis, tennesseee.. the clerk noticed he and. called pol8ice "she noticed it was to her. just as things went along, he was for his address, she was "we have no idea where was not labeled for prescription, it wasn't issued by a doctor. it's not something that somebody took from their mother." the man took off... police have now alerted other nearby businesses
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shipping request. starbucks has unveiled a new drink aimed at celebrating spring. the coffee chain introduced the caramalized honey latte at its stores... starbucks says its made with a slow- cooked, caramalized honey sauce that gives it a unique flavor. the latte comes hot, iced or as a blended "frappuccino." it's available for a limited time. a new phone scam is targeting college students... we've got the details straight ahead. dan vo about the suspects terror attacks.. plus the latest on the search for one of the men
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i'm kara sewell and i'm dan wells...
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forecast with meteorologist frank marzullo. looking at a dry afternoon with a sun and cloud mix increasing clouds this evening high of 65. it's going to get cooler going into friday because of a cold front moving in on thursday. look for rain showers and a rumble of thunder thursday morning with a chance of thunderstorms into thursday afternoon. the severe risk is marginal for storms thursday. daytime highs tomorrow 63 degrees. dry and cool with a high of 50 on friday. saturday staying dry a high of 62. easter sunday starts out dry with rain showers sunday afternoon high 65. carstar 471 at grand
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in a show of support for brussels .. places around the world support for brussels .. places around the world are lighting-up landmarks with belgian flag colors. that includes the cincinnati sign at the duke energy center... in the middle you can see one world trade center in new york city illuminated in black yellow and red... and on the right, the eiffel tower in paris. a suspect may be on the loose -- after a
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terror attacks in belgium. at least 34 people were killed at brussels' international airport and a subway station. our robert guaderrama has the latest on the search for one of the people believed to be responsible. good morning, belgian authorities have just released the name of the man they are looking for who's believed to have planted a bomb at the airport, then fled the scene. vo police say this is najim laachraoui, who remains on the run this morning. and listen to this, he is also suspected of building bombs used in the paris attacks. the two suspected suicide bombers you see here have been identified as brothers khalid and brahim el bakraoui. this surveillance photo of the three men was released yesterday and police quickly received a tip from a taxi driver who said he drove the men to the airport. the driver, gave police the address where he picked the men up. a police raid of that home discovered a nail bomb, chemical products and an isis flag.
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airport at the time of the blasts describes the chaos. dries valaert, witness "first you just see smoke, then you see the ceiling coming down then you're just running, jumping over people so to say. across there was an open area but after the second one you hear screaming and it's just a war zone, so to speak." isis has claimed responsibility. the manhunt continues for the third suspect. in the studio, robert guaderrama, fox9 now. belgium bombings airports around the country are adding additional security measures following the brussels attacks. kara dblbx our sara celi joins us live from c-v-g to continue our team coverage. washington ap - homeland security secretary jeh jay
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"specific, credible intelligence" of any plots against the united states like those carried out in brussels. as a precaution, the homeland security department is stepping up security at major u.s. airports and rail and transit stations around the country. johnson says dhs officials are in contact with their european counterparts and monitoring the ongoing situation. security officials are also reviewing whether additional screening may be necessary for air travelers coming from belgium. belgium is one of 38 countries whose citizens generally do not need a visa to visit the u.s. nearly 20 u-c students are safe this morning.. after traveling near brussels. but a northern kentucky grad student had a very close call-- she
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airport during the attacks. "when i looked into the departure area i could see evidence of an explosion and very bad devastation, and at that point i realized there had to be casualties given the magnitude of the explosion." notre dame academy grad alison talkers is studying abroad. she and her friend were among the people held in the baggage area as emergency crews evacuated the bomb site... she says she is now staying at a friend's house in another city. we'll have any new developments on the bombings... as they happen on-air and on-line fox19 now dot com. new this morning new this morning.. two people were hurt after a car went off the highway and over an embankment in fort thomas. i-275 westbound was closed just past the combs hehl bridge overnight as crews investigated. we're told a man and woman were taken to a local hospital.. no word on their conditions. it's not clear how the vehicle went through the
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new this morning.. a man has been taken to the hospital following in north avondale. to victory parkway and ledgewood drive around 10:30... we're hearing reports the driver was pulled from the vehicle by firefighters... no word on his condition this morning. happening today happening today... hamilton county will be testing its sirens this morning at 9:50. it's part of ohio's severe weather awareness week. in addition, the national weather service is holding a tornado drill on all weather radios statewide. happening today... a ribbon cutting ceremony will open the brand new findlay kitchen. the shared-use kitchen space on elm street is a non-profit organization that'll support local food entrepreneurs... it will provide affordable access to commercial- grade kitchen equipment and ample storage space, in a licensed kitchen facility. the latest phone scam that's now being reported... is targeting college students.
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need to know... to avoid becoming a victim. if you have a college kid in your familyyou need to know about a new scam targeting students! according to the fbithe scam is very active in eight states so far, including kentucky. scammers call college students and claim to be from the fbi or another federal agency. they even spoof the phone numberso it looks legit. they then tell the student that he or she owes money on student loans, unpaid taxes, or even parking tickets. the scammer threatens the student with arrest--if they don't settle those fees over the phone. while they're at itthey also try to pry personal information out of the studentslikely to use it for future identity theft! the simply money point: make sure your kid knows that the fbi and other agencies do not call you out of the blueand demand money. they that con artists can outsmart now and simply bachrach. coming up on fox19
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a reality court show. the former alaska governor recently production company for a judge-judy type palin does not have a law degree but if the show is picked up, it would premeire next year. you may remember this is not palin's first reality show venture. she starred in t-l- c's "sarah palin's alaska" back in 20-10. a baby announcement has the internet buzzing... teresa lash-ley was sharing the birth of her grandson, but she texted the message to a wrong number. a man...on the other end texted back "congratulations" -- but told her she had the wrong number-- teresa continued texting him.. so he asked for the hospital and room number. a little while later. derrick and dennis williams surprised the family at the hospital.. and even brought gifts. still ahead on fox19 now.. we'll break down the results of "western tuesday".. we'll break down the results of
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presidential hopefuls are picking up more delegates. plus... concerns about spending uncover major problems with contracts involving a local park... the details are next. it's marshmallow
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sun and cloud mix increasing clouds this evening high of 65. it's going to get cooler going into friday because of a cold front moving in on thursday. look for rain showers and a rumble of thunder thursday morning with a chance of thunderstorms into thursday afternoon. the severe risk is marginal for storms thursday. daytime highs tomorrow 63 degrees. dry and cool with a high of 50 on friday. saturday staying dry a high of 62. easter sunday starts out dry with rain showers sunday afternoon high 65.
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now for more on a
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at 10 o'clock... involving the spending for construction of a city park. kara dblbx our jessica brown is live at smale riverfront park with more on how taxpayers could end up paying... live the major problem is that the city spent 120 million of your tax dollars here on the park but the city cant say whether your tax dollars are protected. cincinnati city manager harry black told city council last night in a report that "the city has been potentially placed at risk, financially." vo this comes after black ordered an investigation to be done into the city park bord spending. turns out the city park board used agreements for building repairs and maintenance to construct much of smale riverfront park. the problem is...that violates city law and could the work doesnt hold up over time...because the project was not competitively bid on for more than 80 million dollars in construction work and contractors were not bonded. at this point the city manager says he can't tell which contractor
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now city hall has ordered an audit of the city park board's spending--that audit should be finished in may. live our team has reached out to the mayor for an interview and have not got a response..we'll be at city hall today to track down the people responsible for this report and for the problems with the project. you decide the fight for delegates hits the rocky mountains the fight for delegates hits the rocky mountains and desert... and there was apparently a lot of interest in "western tuesday". long voting lines were seen in boise and phoenix yesterday...
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claimed arizona's winner-take-all republican primary... hillary clinton won the state's democratic primary. bernie sanders got utah and idaho.. and ted cruz came away with a big win in utah. still ahead on fox19 now... we're following the very latest developments on the terror attack in brussels. live cam and looking live at downtown cincinnati. your weather and traffic is next stay with us
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afternoon with a sun and cloud mix increasing clouds this evening high of it's going to get cooler going into friday because of a cold front moving in on thursday. look for rain showers and a rumble of thunder thursday morning with a chance of thunderstorms into thursday afternoon. the severe risk is marginal for storms thursday. daytime highs tomorrow 63 degrees. dry and cool with a high of 50 on friday. saturday staying dry a high of 62. easter sunday starts out dry with rain showers sunday afternoon high 65. carstar 71 and 75 at brent spence
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71 and 75 at brent spence beginning at 7 a.m. monday, march 28, sr 73 will be closed phoenix are still trying to put out this massive recycling plant fire. the paper plant lit up yesterday afternoon, and high winds spread the fire, very quickly. crews had to pull back overnight, hoping the fire would burn out by itself. right now, no injuries have been reported. dan ots we have some new information. young kids can no longer go to r-rated movies. normally, the rule for is, kids under the age of 17 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian, to watch
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now under a new law, regal cinemas says ....kids age 6 and under...are not allowed in period. kara ots star wars actress daisy ridley may be major production... hollywood reporter that conversations starring in a tomb raider, reboot. based off the popular action packed video game. ridley says she hasn't received an offer yet, but if happily squeeze that in, along with her filming of the movie. dan 2shot parents, how does free college sound? after the break...details on the growing push to make it happen across the country. kara vo plus...we're learning more about the terrorist suspects involved in the brussels attacks. the latest details on who was involved, coming up next. we don't need another
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chief who does everything necessary to defeat the enemy" following the brussels terror attacks...changes are being made. see what government leaders are doing to keep you safe. dan vo breaking news about amanhunt for the man seen in this video... details on how he was involved in the brussels attack, children have mobile devices and are encouraged to use them for educational purposes, but unfortunately, when there is an incident like this, that's negative a school fight caught on camera in kenton county... find out why a kid was suspended, even though she says she wasn't involved. kara 2shot good morning everyone... i'm kara sewell. dan 2shot and i'm dan wells. we want to get a check of your forecast with frank marzullo. looking at a dry
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sun and cloud mix increasing clouds this evening high of 65. it's going to get cooler going into friday because of a cold front moving in on thursday. look for rain showers and a rumble of thunder thursday morning with a chance of thunderstorms into thursday afternoon. the severe risk is marginal for storms thursday. daytime highs tomorrow 63 degrees. dry and cool with a high of 50 on friday. saturday staying dry a high of 62. easter sunday starts out dry with rain showers sunday afternoon high 65. carstar beginning at 7 a.m. breaking now...a major update in the search for a
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in the brussels terror attack. robert guaderrama is here with the latest. good morning, that's right, among the injured, three missionaries are from utah. they were seriously injured from utah. they were seriously injured from utah. they were

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