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Jan 7, 2016 5:00pm EST
all over again. today on fears of china's economy. chinese stocks plunked 7% forcing officials for the second time this week to halt trading for the day. this time the market had only been open 29 minutes. the reaction on wall street, pretty severe. look at the numbers, the dow ending the day down 383 points. sheree: two boys fall through the thin ice in a frozen lake. they screamed for help and neighbors came running out. we have the dramatic 911 call as the rescue all unfolded, brian. brian: it was a frantic scene with two boys this freezing water saying they can't hold on much longer. tonight even firefighters are saying a life and death situation turned on the quit wits of a neighbor. with two boys struggling in the icy water, neighbors dial 911 looking for an answer to their call. brian: and their prayers. >> please jesus, please help him. >> i thought there was one boy, but there was two and he was in the water crying for help. saying help me, help me. brian: watch pam, she doesn't just retell the story. their prayers. very relives it. >> i said, god, please help this boy is drow
Mar 14, 2016 5:00pm EDT
card. call now. the nafta trade treaty -- 850,000 jobs lost. special trade status with china -- 3 million jobs lost. now the trans-pacific trade deal could cost america 448,000 more jobs. only one candidate for president has opposed every disastrous deal -- bernie sanders. while others supported unfair trade deals, bernie stood with american workers. he'll take on wall street and their trade deals because he doesn't take their money. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, mike: 2016 ncaa brackets are ready to go. five teams around our area have made it to the big dance. xavier earns a two seed in the east, cincinnati a nine in the west. dayton gets a seven seed in the midwest. indiana number and kentucky five. draws a four. both of those teams also in the xavier' s number two seed is the highest in school history and for the team. sheree: a st. louis draw for the east region will almost be like a home game. s andrew excitement. >> i think xavier' s really proved themselves this year. i think chris mack is a great s just got a lot of great players up there. reporter
Jan 8, 2016 5:00pm EST
: all three major indexes over china and plunging oil prices. bengals quarterback andy dalton is now officially out for the saturday night wild-card game. defense will have to be pretty stingy as the backup start. >> i could not believe the statistic. has won an nfl playoff game in the last 37 years. >> it could happen again. that is a blink of the eyes for me. this is why the steelers are considered the favorite. andy dalton is definitely out. his backup will be keith wenning who has never taken a snap in an mohamed sanu. it will be up to his backup to handle pittsburgh in the playoffs. after dalton left last month, mccarron came in and threw for two touchdowns and two interceptions. aj hasn' t thrown an interception since that game. they are out for the steelers and that is kind of a big deal for pittsburgh' s offense. it still should be a terrific game tomorrow night. >> when tom brady was thrown in , he did have a little more playing time as a rookie. >> he started a little bit earlier but it' s been done. george: ben roethlisberger played pretty well. it' s not like your run-of-
Jan 12, 2016 5:00pm EST
the bengals yet. sheree: i' the wound is still fresh. china' s richest man buying an american studio known for blockbusters. mike: buying legendary entertainment will mean more diversity. >> kevin has found his home. sheree: he creates kevin the kidney and how it is helping other families in need. we will finally break through sheree: a chinese company is taking over the studio behind jurassic world. mike: the group is buying legendary entertainment. chinese made films grossed about $4 billion, a 70 percent jump they want greater distribution to international audiences. he is a ready the owner of amc theaters. >> if you need to make money, you need people to like your movies. chinese films don' t generate enough interest in america to be shown there. chinese movies will have to find ways to entertain american audiences. >> they need to export more hits. sheree: mark zuckerberg facing backlash tonight, posting a picture of his baby girl max. dr. visit, time for vaccines. many parents oppose vaccinating their children. they say he is injecting his infant with disease. other parents are
Jan 20, 2016 5:00pm EST
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Feb 12, 2016 5:00pm EST
, stamping mail from residents and across them world. >> we' ve gotten this for a way as china, singapore, sweden. natalie: the tradition started from the chamber of commerce in the 70' s. a lot of letters and up here just to be stamped with love. valentine' s activities are on display. >> as an artist, it' it' s floating around and i like pencils and everything. natalie: of course, loveland is full of love. they also have all sorts of suites for your sweetie. from chocolate and candy to cupcakes and treats, they are 11 this lovers holiday. >> we will have cake for two, the chocolate covered strawberries. we do that on valentine' s day. the new flower shop is with a dizzy grand opening. >> it has a great sense to it. and things like that. natalie: suites, flowers, trees t go wrong this valentine' s day. mike: all are recognized with awards in a special valentine' s day breakfast. sheree: in newport, a bird on a quest to find love. paula the penguin checking out the other animals there. this is video sent to us from the aquarium. she passed the croc and the shark tank. she finds love in al
Jan 28, 2016 5:00pm EST
. kos stums warehouse. each one contains a counterfeit from china. the knockoffs have labeling that says samsung, but that's fraudulent. >> they were smugglers and trying to take advantage of the desire of the u.s. consumer to purchase these hover boards. corners were cut, safety was lisa: they estimate the value of the count fits in chicago to total $10 million. hover boards were the must have gift for the holidays. the consumer product safety commission is investigating at least 40 reports of hoverboard now to an animal you do not see every day. >> it is what it appears to be. lisa: yes, that's a two-headed turtle. its owner brought the turtle to a south miami animal hospital for a check-up. the vets say the 6-year-old turtle is surprisingly healthy. the turtle is headed for a new life at a zoo in the philippines. construction on cincinnati's martin luther king interchange moving right along, how the new stretch of highway is expected to help the surrounding neighborhood. first on wlwt, hundreds of slips, packe >> you're watching cincinnati's wlwt news 5 leading the way. lisa: ton
Feb 9, 2016 5:00pm EST
now. the u.s. government pays about a half million dollars a year to host china' s giant pandas. in the smithsonian. you' re watching. cincinnati' a crane accident part of the project is shut down tonight as investigators try to figure out what went wrong. morning, wlwt news 5' s brian hamrick. is leading the way with the story, and brian, this was a dangerous situation. reporter: very fortunate no one was injured, or worse. this was an active site with lots of construction workers. you can see now, all after the off the ground. even if no rules were broken, >> this morning we had a crane incident. reporter: there was a clear violation attempt of the laws of physics. >> there were no injuries which is paramount. reporter: phil beck is banks project executive, he says this part of the construction on the banks project is shut down for now. >> we never want to stop work but got a slow week this week anyway because of the weather so were going to take our time, investigate this, find out what happened and as you say, make sure it does not happen again. reporter: beck says the crane was
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