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kentucky are already closed. the good news... if you have to go to work or school... your morning commute won't be an issue. issue. but the timing of this storm could inmpact people driving in the late afternoon or evening.nine first warning chief meteorologist steve raliegh is here with what we can expect. commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries continue into the morning, but most areas will only see clouds. some gradual clearing will lead to fair skies late into the day or evening. highs will reach the low 30s.sunday, partly to mostly sunny skies will push afternoon highs into
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with the timing of this storm... and some many variables... there is a concern about people trying to get home just as the snow is really coming down. down.that is why so many schools and businesses are already closing. closing. let's take a look...(adlib- closings)
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been on duty overnight pre- treating roads.they're ready for a busy night.with the timing of the storm... if you're trying to get some when the snow hits... remember the trucks trying to clear the roads will be out there too. 12:23:15 i see a lot of people trying to pass out salt trucks. let our salt trucks do their job and try to stay behind them and not pass them when they are actively treating 15 sec seccrews are working on 12 hours shifts... and will be saturday night. in case you have trouble when you hit the road ...it's important to know what to do ... burgess is live at the triple-a fleet where they are
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as steve told us... this is a storm where 50 or 75 miles can make a big difference in what you get by the time this is all done tomorrow morning. morning.we're sure you have questions... and we're here to answer them for you.chief meteorologist steve raliegh will host a weather chat on our wcpo facebook page at nine this morning. and it doesn't stop there... we will have nine first warning live drive up throughout the day and tonight... monitoring the street conditions. we plan to stream that view of the roads for you live so you can check
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look at what it is like throughout the tri-state.our entire staff will keep you updated on-air and online today and tonight... and we'll be back in tomorrow morning to help you see just how much snow we get. if there was ever a storm that need updates ...it's this one. with so many potential changes... you'll want to get our snowcast app for i-phones and i-pads.it costs three dollars in the app store. deadly shooting... the homicide investigation overnight and why police weren't the first emergency responders called to the scene. another victory... the reason tracie hunter has yet another chance to celebrate as she heads back to court this morning. commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries continue into the morning, but most areas will only see clouds. some gradual clearing will lead to fair skies late into highs will reach the low 30s.mostly sunny skies will push afternoon highs into the mid to upper 30s.
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today. branch is already closed. the atm. still won't beat the cutoff time. really? at huntington,
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all day deposit. midnight? what are you, a bank or a convenience store? a deposit! you go, girl! she's got no chance. that make sense for you, not the bank. one of money magazine's best banks in america.
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warning weather viper radar... and we're watching the system that will eventually bring snow to the tri-state.it won't be here during the morning commute... but the late afternoon and evening could be a problem. nine first warning chief meteorologist steve raleigh will have the have the timing of the storm coming up. new this morning... a late night shooting has now been ruled a homicide. homicide.police were called to winton hills after firefighters found a man shot on craft street.it was initially called out as a man passed out.overnight police identified the victim as 22- year-old markel combs. this morning tracie hunter will be back in court. court.today's hearing comes just as the ohio supreme court rules she can stay out of prison while she appeals her conviction on an ethics charge. earlier this week, prosecutors dropped the eight additional charges... deciding not to retry her after a jury couldn't reach a verdict.the former judge is facing six months behind bars. also this afternoon... the
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a 14-year-old girl into a sex slave will be in federal court. cody jackson is charged with threatening to kill the girl's family if she didn't send him nude photos.prosecutors say he even went as far as arranging for a taxi to pick her up and bring her to his house. big blizzard... five states have already delcared an emergency... the preparations for the storm that is expected to hit the northeast much harder than us. clearing the snow... you know we'll get some... the risks you need to think about if you break out the shovel... and why it might be a better idea for some to leave the snow where it falls. commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries
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gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 5 on 9 on your side!" this morning the roads are all clear... we won't see any issues from snow this morning. but today is a nine first warning weather alert day... because the snow is coming. coming.our team of 9 first warning meteorologists are putting the finishing touches on the forecast and will join us in just a minute. more than 45-flights are already cancellled due to the storm which will hit from kentucky to the east coast.in all... 20 state could be affected.the worst spot could be in washington d-c... where they could see more than two feet of snow.and it is not just snow... forecasters are predicting possibly tropical
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here in the tri-state... elsmere is getting ahead of the storm ...it's already declared a snow emergency. emergency.that means cars have to be off the streets there starting at noon.a snow emergency means something different - depending on where you live ...but in cincinnati ... ...we're on your side with what each level means.there are three levels of snow emergencies ... the sheriffs office makesx those calls. level one is just to let people know the roads are hazardous.level two means only people who have to be out should bne on the roads... and you should contact your employer.level three is the worst... and roads are closed
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let get your latest nine first warning forecast. commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see
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continue into the morning, but most areas will only see clouds. some gradual clearing will lead to fair skies late into the day or evening. highs will reach the low 30s.sunday, partly to mostly sunny skies will push afternoon highs into
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hopefully you can sit back and let the snow come in... and don't have to be out in it.but nearly everyone will have snow on their driveway or sidewalks saturday morning. morning.some will have a lot of it.doctors at mercy health remind you that clearing off
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some cities and towns have rules about having to clear your sidewalks... but none of the states have laws saying you must shovel the sidewalks. one interesting thing is that you are not liable to clearing or not clearing your sidewalk if someone slips and falls on your property.the ohio supreme court ruled people must assume that due to ohio winters there is a risk of a slip or fall due to ice and snow. breaking overnight... restaurant attack... what attackers were yelling as the raided a building in africa. ready to shine... the three movies filmed right here in cincinnati that are taking center stage at the country's biggest film festival today. and here's what you'll see
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breaking overnight... more than 20 people are dead after breaking overnight... more than 20 people are dead after people open fire in restaurant in somalia.witnesses say the attackers were screaming god is great in arabic.people outside the beachfront restaurant were also shot.the attackers are believed to be part of an islamic extremist group in the region. president barack obama says the federal government is investing more money this year to help local governments improve their water systems. about $80 million will go to michigan next week, where flint is dealing with a water crisis due to high levels of lead in the water.
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and center at the sundance film festival. festival.three movies filmed right here will be screened at the festival in park city.the movies are "the fits", "miles apart"... don cheadle's miles davis biopic.and goat... staring nick jonas.several members of the cincinnati film commission are in utah for the festival. one of the cincinnati zoo's best known animals has died.... sarah the cheetah. she was 15 years old and her health had recently taken a turn for the worse.sarah was an international star. national geographic took this video of her a few years ago when she broke the speed record for land animals.. reaching 61 miles an hour. milk, bread and eggs... the rush we've already seen on stores... and the message for folks that
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commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries continue into the morning, but most areas will only see clouds. some gradual clearing will lead to fair skies late into the day or evening. highs will reach the low 30s.sunday, partly to mostly sunny skies will push afternoon highs into
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the calm before the storm.a live look from our balcony camera right now.this scene will be changing within a few hours...we'll tell you how much. welcome back...we're joined by chief meterologist steve ralieigh right now.
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expected.how much?when?what's your first warning? commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries continue into the morning, but most areas will only see
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will lead to fair skies late into the day or evening. highs will reach the low 30s.sunday, partly to mostly sunny skies will push afternoon highs into the mid to upper 30s.
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we're keeping a close eye on school closings and delays this morning.right now there are xx on our website. website. a lot of districts making the students and staff are safe
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starts to fall later this afternoon.as always you can check our website at wcpo dot com.the full list is always available. here's a live look at traffic cameras from around the tri- state right now.clear and dry but this will not be the case in the next few hours.9 is on your side preparing you for what's to come. come.right now jordan burges is doing the foot work to help you prepare if you do need ot be out on the roads today and tonight.he has ways to make sure you're safe...and even talked with experts on their suggestions for being on the
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stocking up before the storm. so many of you were out and
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have items before the snow falls. the newport kroger store was packed with shoppers last night pushing carts filled with bags to the brim. 9 on your side asked what items you can't live without in these winter storms.among the answers -- bread... eggs... milk... ice cream.... and beer. "whatever you can grab -- right now -- you better go ahead and get cause everybody's just about gotten everything that's good -- so if you haven't gotten it yet -- sorry for ya!" employees at the store tell us they're expecting another rush later on this morning. nine on your side will have extra crews working around the clock to keep you informed during the next 24 hours.. if you're headed out be sure to stream us online at wcpo and check our mobile app for the lastest closings and
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and a reminder this is a good time to download our "snowcast" app for i-phones and i-pads. it can help you see how many inches of snow will likely fall in your location giving you an edge in beating the winter weather. it dollars. north college hill police this morning want to know if any of these three men have tried to sell you any services.they think there are more victims. victims.rick and michael boeddeker and william morgan have been indicted on theft and fraud charges.all are out of jail - two haven't been arrested.they're accused of scamming an older disabled man out of thousands - to feed a heroin habit.they would write the checks - but later add a number - sometimes adding hundreds or thousands of dollars in value. ofc. jay manning/north college hill police department3642 you are they licensed? are the certified to do this work? do they work for themselves or for a company? take basic precautions. it's just a
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out.police tell nine on your side none of the men have licenses to do any of the landscape and maintenance work they were performing. breaking in the live alert center now.north korea officials have arrested an american student.authorities are investigating the student who it says entered the north as a tourist. it says the student allegedly plotted to undermine the north's system and that the student has links to the u.s. government.the student's name has not been released. an oscar nominated actor..turned author tells our crews he's impressed with the queen city.why he was visiting now. concert announcement.when country superstar chris stapleton will be performing here and who will be joining him on the stage. commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues
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rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries continue into the morning, but most areas will only see clouds. some gradual clearing will lead to fair skies late
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jesse eisenberg is in the queen city- and 9 on your side got to speak exclusively to the oscar nominated actor. actor.fans got to meet eisenberg last night at joseph-beth booksellers. he signed copies of his new book called "bream gives me hiccups." eisenberg says the book is a collection of short stories written over the last three years. the social network star says he is very impressed with cincinnati. he even spent some time visiting the art museum. jesse eisenberg09:18 i am continuously amazed because i am from new york and we live in a real bubble there and we don't realize there is wonderful things outside of new york so we come to a place like this and see more art and interesting things to do per capita than anywhere else i have been is incredible. 30 eisenberg says he now lives in bloomington, indiana with his girlfriend because of family reasons. he volunteers at a
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big music news... fresh off his big performance on saturday night live... chris stapleton is coming to cincinnati.and he's bringing a music legend with him. him.nat of signing signing no... not justin timberlake. staleton will co-headline a tour with hank williams junior. the two will perform at riverbend on august 27th.it's the last date on the tour... no word on whn tickets go on sale. a fiery rescue caught on camera.a man risks his own life to rescue an elderly person from a burning car. outrage from a murder victim's family.what they said the killer was doing in his jail cell that the whole world could see.
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20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries continue into the morning, but most areas will only see clouds. some gradual clearing will lead to fair skies late
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he is accused of stealing a small fortune... practically quarter- by- quarter. police say charles brooks broke into more than 240 coin machines last year. the damages totalled more than 440- thousand dollars. police want to find him. brooks is six- feet, four- inches carry a gun. if you see him.. call crime stoppers at 513- 352- 3040. a big pot bust -- keeping drugs from colorado *off* ohio streets.state patrol took in 123 *pounds* of marijuana! marijuana!that car was pulled over on i-70 west of columbus yesterday-- for following another car too closely.it's not clear why that trooper brought in a drug-sniffing dog... but a search revealed
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more than 600-thousand dollars. a murderer... broadcasting live.. from inside his alabama prison cell.he used periscope to go live.. then posted it on facebook.and his victim's family.. is outraged. (chiquita mushat, victim's sister) "this ain't comfortable for me to be sitting here watching him like he is having fun. it ain't no fun when your family is dead," dead,"that's the sister of the man who devin williamson murdered on christmas day back in 2011.now.. williamson is able to live stream from inside prison walls.. and he went live.. for days!durnig the broadcast williamson gathered more than 3-thousand followers.this really got his victim's family... he asked several times for people to send him money to pay for food... and more. (chiquita mushat, victim's sister) "he killed my brother in front of me his children my momma and grandma and the rest of my family who was there and he did it on christmas day, don't nobody need to be supporting a murderer." murderer."the department of
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hard to crack down on contraband.. especially cell phones.but in williamson's video.. you can see other inmates walking around who are also carrying phones.since this video was posted... williamson was transferred to a higher security prison. a taxi cab engulfed in flames. the driver and his elderly passenger escaped... but it was a very close call in quincy, massachusetts. the man who shot the video and lives nearby says he heard a noise like grinding gears before two "pops." seconds later flames devoured the cab and there were 6 explosions.. including the windshield blowing out. the driver saved his passenger.. a woman in her 80's who uses two canes to walk. walk.we're told the woman is okay.. she was on her way home from physical therapy. there is no word yet on what caused the cab to catch fire.
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nine first warning weather. commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries continue into the morning, but most areas will only see clouds. some gradual clearing will lead to fair skies late into the day or evening. highs will reach the low 30s.sunday, partly to mostly sunny skies will push afternoon highs into
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u-c bearcats hosting memphis last night. night.we have highlights from
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commute clouds& breezytemps: 20stodaysnow developsheaviest in late afternoon/eveninghigh: 29friday nightsnow continues most accumulations rise/accumulations diminish after midnightlow: 24tomorrow early am snow far east counties partly sunny & breezyhigh: 32 as for the weekend, some areas in northern kentucky will see snow showers or flurries continue into the morning, but most areas will only see clouds. clearing will lead to fair skies late into the day or evening. highs will reach the low 30s.sunday, partly to mostly sunny skies will push afternoon highs into the mid to upper 30s. in today's right-this-minute video, a powered paraglider pilot pulls off an impressive trick.
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paraglider pilot in alabama. he displayed amazing control as he skimmed his feet along the water of a swamp for close to ten seconds.see all of the day's top videos every weekday on right this minute here on 9 on your side at 10 there's more than a month before the american tournament. but there's no question, the urgency to win is now.... now.... and with my alma mater, the memphis tigers in town last night, uc had their game faces on. on.the first half was tough for the bearcats...even after the half memphis took the lead....but then the bearcats took control.uc now 14 and 6
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this small-business owner is looking to expand. how can a bank help? at huntington, we love working with small businesses. in fact, we're the number-one sba lender in our region. all these businesses are too small. what we need to do is merge them. florist, coffee shop, bike repair, architect, funeral home. now they're big enough for me to take seriously. you're scaring the townspeople. relocated. helping you grow. just another way we're looking out for your business,
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good morning.i'm kathrine nero. nero.i'm chris riva.today is a 9 first warning weather alert day.many schools... particularly in northern kentucky are already closed. the good news... if you have to go to work or school... your morning commute won't be an issue. issue.but the timing of this storm could inmpact people driving in the late afternoon or evening.nine first warning chief meteorologist steve raliegh is here with what we
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