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topping our news this morning...police say they have a suspect in custody after two brothers were shot in north college hill last night. 9 on your side's kristen swilley joins us live from u-c medical where the victims are recovering. two brothers are here at uc medical after being shot... before they were brought here one of them went looking for help at a nearby home. a teenage boy and his mother heard the shots and sirens before answering a knock at their door but were worried about who may be on the other side. initially the teenager inside
says he was terrified...not just because of the shooting itself. he feared the person at his door seeking help might actually have been the shooter....but that didn't stop him from acting quickly. "we heard about nine gunshots and then we heard the police sirens. me and my mom called the police and he knocked on the door and he knocked on our door and asked if we could call the police for him." police have a suspect in custody charged with felonious assault, tampering with evidence and possessing a weapon while under disability. reporting live....kristen swilley...9 on your side. this morning the search continues for the gunman who shot a young man in bond hill friday. friday.that victim, 24 year old cameron tyler clemmons was shot five times near oakdale avenue.investigators say they need your help.they are asking anyone with information to call crimestoppers ... that
the new york times is endorsing ohio governor john kasich ahead of tomorrow's caucus. caucus.the times says wrote, "governor john kasich of ohio..though a distinct underdog .. is the only plausible choice for republicans tired of the extremism and inexperience on display in this race."it cited kasich as a veteran of bipartisan deals during his time in the house ... those endorsements could sway some voters in iowa ... where voters will caucus in a little more than 24 hours.in the last poll ... donald trump was leading ted cruz by five points.as for hillary clinton and bernie sanders ... they are in a statistical tie.with the race so close ... the candidates have been all over iowa ... searching for every last undecided vote.a-b-c's brandi hitt is in des moines. nats - sanders rally tonight the count down in iowa... is getting ugly.sot trump: "ted cruz, who was not born on u-s soil - it's a problem!" republicans -- donald trump and marco rubio - both attacking ted cruz.sot rubio: "he's decided to run a very,
the end on some things he's saying...people see through that."sot cruz: "six weeks ago, everyone in the field was attacking donald trump. now, everyone in the field is attacking me." (map gfx) are now criss- crossing the hawkeye state.... nats democrat - hillary clinton - joined by both bill and chelsea.(graphic) clinton also addressed the state department decision... to declare 22 emails sent from her private account "top secret"... in this interview with cnn.sot receive emails marked classified."each rally - each townhall - now critical... in courting undecided voters.sot - heather carlson, undecided voter: "what i'm looking for is, like, the genuineness that maybe you can only get from seeing them in person." clinton's opponent -- bernie sanders -- is also drawing big crowds... confident he can win monday... and in november.sot sanders: "many of the polls suggest we can beat people like donald trump and beat 'em pretty badly."brandi hitt on camera: well, the clinton and sanders campaigns are also now going "back and forth" about whether the two should debate each other again next
with possibly adding three more debates through the spring. brandi hitt, abc news, des moines, iowa." the clock is ticking ... if you haven't gotten your healthcare sorted out yet ... it's time to act ... tonight at midnight is the deadline to enroll in a health insurance plan for 20-16. 20-16.'get covered america' is offering free in person assistance for ohioans ... today from 10 am to 8 p-m.walk ins are welcome at their office ..that's at 4545 montgomery road. and if you live in kentucky and still need to enroll through the 'kynect' marketplace . their kynect call center will be taking calls and answering questions from 8 this morning to 11o'clock this evening.that number is 1-8-5-5 4 kynect ... or visit kynect dot ky dot gov. americans with income above the federal poverty level who 'dont' enroll in health insurance coverage by the deadline, could be hit with a fine by the i-r-s. code red!what caused the
a fight between inmates led to the first of two code red situations forcing lockdowns at the hamilton county justice center yesterday. yesterday.deputies say that happened around noon ... then the jail was locked down again around 3-30 because of a disturbance with an inmate in the psychiatric ward.the lockdowns lasted about an hour each ... forcing guards to tighten security and keep visitors out ..some visitors say they were waiting for a long time to see their loved ones. sot "told us we can't go up, in and out of elevators etc........." deputies say code reds don't happen very often, maybe just a few times a month. the worst fire in thirty years. that's what officials are calling the massive blaze that destroyed the "blue grass
lexington.it took more than 120 firefighters to battle this thing...flames reached as high as seventy feet ... and a giant smoke cloud could even be seen on the local news stations' weather radar. crews expect they'll be on the scene for at least an additional 24 hours.they want to make sure no hot spots flare up across the more than 10 acre site. one person was killed and six others are recovering this morning in denver.this after police say a 'fight' between two biker gangs broke out at a motorcycle expo. expo.10-thousand people were in the expo complex when police say an exchange of gunfire broke out ...four people were shot, another person was stabbed, and three others were injured.police say they're interviewing a person of interest but no one is in custody right now. tax season is here, but there are scammers out there trying to get a hold of your money. how you can tell what's real and what's not, so you don't
you're watching good morning tri-state weekend at 6 on 9 on your side today is the day that you have the chance of possibly saving the life of a local father. father.doug stouten-borough was diagnosed with "acute myeloid leukemia" in july of 20-14.after months of treatment, his cancer finally went into remission.but it relapsed.and now his friends are hosting a bone marrow drive. drive.it's taking place this morning at the mount carmel christian church in batavia. those interested are encouraged to stop by between ten and three.all you have to do is swab the inside of your
pink was in style at u-s bank arena last night...that's where the cincinnati cyclones' gleaming ice rink turned a lovely shade of rose! rose!the 'pink in the rink' event raised thousands of dollars for the 'pink ribbon girls'.that's a local organization that provides services like rides, meals, and housecleaning to women undergoing breast cancer treatment.along with the pink ice ... the cyclones sported pink jerseys for their game against the quad-city mallards those pink jerseys were auctioned off to fans after the gameall the money raised will go to the pink ribbon girls. "if it's a dollar or a thousand dollars it really makes a difference to women right here in cincinnati area. an event like this tonight will probably bring in several thousand dollars. i mean even a thousand dollars donation helps us serve about a 100 meals to women and their families."trt: 15 seckellijo atkinson-colerain twp."i lost my mom in july from cancer, my grandmother the year before and my aunt and my aunt just got after that. so to have so much cancer in our family and to see everyone so supportive
world."in all 15 thousand and 50 dollars were raised.cyclone forward garrick perry taking home the m-v-p, by raising more than $1,000. tax season is herethis is the time when con artists could be trying to rip you off. john matarese has some warning signs to look for.. so you don't waste your money. with so much concern about tax fraud this year....how can you tell if a letter or email from the irs is real anymore?if you get one...should you respond? or could it be another scam? ----------------almost all of us are now familiar with phishing scams: they typically show up in your email inbox, claiming to be from the irs.it may say click here to see your refund, or click here because of a problem with your return. but these letters -- like letters from several state tax departments -- are legitimate. legitimate.the letters, offically known as publication 5071 c, is a request for identity verification.the irs is sending it to taxpayers where it has questions if you are really the person who filed under your name.you must then log on to a verification
call. the key here is that if the irs or state has questions for you, they they will mail you a letter with your name specifically on it.it does not arrive via an email.if you get it, visit the irs website...or call them.that way youre safe and you dont waste your money. i'm john matarese 9 on your side. it's time to check weather with meterologist jason adams. adams. tonight, expect showers with lows falling into the low 40s. tomorrow, we'll see a mix of clouds and sun with cooler
the upper 40s. tuesday, we'll start out chilly in the upper 30s, but soar into the low 60s by the late afternoon and evening. a few showers are possible, but the best chance of rain will be during the evening and overnight as a strong front arrives. it could bring a risk of strong to severe thunderstorms. the spc has us in a slight risk for severe thunderstorms tuesday night. temperatures behind the front will fall into the 30s
meat lovers your time is now! the second annual "cincy meat week" kicks off today. today."cincy meat week" is the local chapter of the national week long holiday devoted to the celebration of bar-b-qued meat.treat your taste buds to samples from more than 30 restaurants from the greater cincinnati area.it's taking place as a bunch of different spots this week.first stop: this afternoon at 1 o'clock at pontiac bourbon and bbq on vine street.for a full "meat week scedule" log onto wcpo.com. not in the mood for bbq but still looking to get your hands on some good food..25 contestants will put their best chili recipes to the test at the 12th annual "chili cook off" at findlay market later this morning. things kick off at ten, judging starts at 11. and it's all indoor at the crown otr at 1739 elm street. they rolled out the red carpet
night. this is a look inside the father/daughter dance, put on by immaculate heart of mary school. dads and their best girls got some lessons, played games...making it a special night to remember. i think that it really shows how the daughters should be treated so when they grow up they know that they should be treated with respect and like a lady.and when they get older and go to dances themselves how they should be treated and so that's why we i got her flowers before we came and we went out and got ice cream and ate and we're going to have a good time. dads and daughters got the red carpet treatment, but they also brought donations for saint vincent de paul...to give back as well...as part of pope francis' call to carry out acts of mercy. the last two california prison escapees are back behind bars this morning.where they were
by the afternoon and evening. highs will be very warm again, with most places reaching the low 60s. shower chances are very isolated today, with a greater chance for spotty showers moving in after 8 p.m. when a cold front arrives. police have a man in custody for allegedly shot two people in north college hill. 9 on your side's kristen swillley joins us live to recount what neighbors saw and heard. two brothers are here at uc medical after being shot...
one of them went looking for help at a nearby home. a teenage boy and his mother heard the shots, saw the sirens before answering a knock at their door but were the other side. initially the teenager inside that home dominique thomas says he was terrified...not just because of the shooting at his seeking help might actually have been the that didn't stop he and from acting quickly. "we heard about nine gunshots and then we heard the police sirens. me and my mom called the police and he knocked on the door and he knocked on our door and asked if we could call the police for him." now thomas just says he's worried about the status of the victims. police say they have superficial wounds and are expected to leave the hospital. they also have a suspect in charged with felonious assault, tampering with evidence and possessing a weapon while under disability. your side. a cincinnati man who is charged with a 'hate crime' for burning down a church in wisconsin last october, has been found incompetent to stand trial.the judge in
year old michael valente to undergo treatment in a state mental hospital for the next three months....adding that valente's delusional worldview made it 'impossible' for his defense. ohio governor john kasich and former secretary of state hillary clinton have earned the new york times' endorsement ... just a few caucuses. the times wrote, "governor john kasich of ohio..though a distinct underdog..is the only plausible choice for republicans tired of the extremism and inexperience on display in this race."it cited kasich as a veteran of bi-partisan deals during his time in the house ...and praised what it called the governor's 'end run' around the republican legislature..to secure a medicaid expansion in ohio.the times said it picked clinton over vermont senator bernie sanders due to her experience and policy ideas. meanwhile hillary clinton and donald trump have come on top in the latest poll in iowa.
moines register poll is probably the last major one ahead of the iowa caucuses tomorrow.the democratic race is in a statistical dead heat, with clinton three-points ahead of bernie sanders.that is within the poll's margin of error. on the republican side, donald trump is five points ahead of his closest contender, ted cruz.marco rubio is third, 15- points behind trump.jeb bush..who is still in the fight, had this to say. (jeb bush / (r) presidential candidate)"you're not going to win by insulting the disabled. insulting women. you're not going to win my saving pow are losers because they got caught. shame on donald trump." trump."donald trump not too worried, continued on with his main theme. (donald trump / (r) presidential candidate)we have a chance to do something so great, make america great again. again.iowa voters will make their choices in the year's first caucus tomorrow.
remaining two men who escaped a santa ana-area jail are now in custody! with all three escapees back behind bars, the investigation now focuses on how they got out in the first place. abc's lauren lyster has the latest. off the streets and back in custody. the remaining two california escaped inmates - hossein nayeri and jonathan tieu - captured today in san francisco. sot - sheriff sandra hutchens / orange county, ca "the entire state can breathe a sigh of relief." and this may have been a key moment in the investigation? less than 24 hours earlier - the first fugitive bac duong cuffed on camera - calmly surrending in santa ana - after a week on the run. sot - witness "we're just friends, he knows us and he want to make sure he gets caught safely." investigators believe duong was in charge of transportation? and stole the white van the trio used to get away. that same van - spotted in a san francisco whole foods parking lot this morning? a man alerted some park district police officers? who quickly
county, ca "officers approached the van - nayeri fled on foot." natsot - (broadcastify) "code 4, code 4 we got em down. natsot - (broadcastify) "there might be another person in there. standby, take a look at that van." sot - sheriff sandra hutchens / orange county, ca "on returning to the van, they found tieu hiding in the van." now, officials are working on transferring the pair back to orange county? and learning more about how they escaped in the first place. police believe nayeri may have been tasked with getting information? somehow coaxing his jailhouse english teacher to give him more than language lessons? sot - lt. jeff hallock / orange county sheriff's dept. "a google earth image on paper that showed an image of the entire central jail complex. // she played a significant role in the planning" 44-year-old nooshafarin ravaghi now under arrest for suspicion of contributing to the men's escape. while officials know she and nayeri developed a relationship - it's unclear whether it was romantic. lauren lyster oncam close: soon all three inmates will be back behind bars at the very jail they escaped. the sheriff telling us they will be kept in a different area and manner than before, making it clear they will not be held together. lauren lyster, abc news, santa ana, california.
instagram are telling private business elsewhere. elsewhere.the social networks are updating their policies to ban private gun sales on both platforms.licensed firearm retailers will still be able to post about their goods and services.but sales of guns by one person to another are not allowed. a federl judge has denied the pre-trial release for ammon bundy.he's the leader of the group of armed protestors that refuge in oregon. oregon.they were all arrested this week after a deadly encounter with sherrifs, which ended with one protestor being killed.bundy's lawyer said he never intended to start a standoff, adding his actions free-speech. (mike arnold/attorney for ammon bundy)"you are trying to express free speech. open- carrying a firearm is a form of free speech. it is speech. you are conveying to the public a message in the sense -- not a threat -- but that the second amendment is important and viable, and it
advocated."the judge did order the release of two of the defendents with conditions. three other defendents may learn of their fate next week. four other protestors are still believed to be holed up inside the wildlife refuge. more than a million people in ohio could soon lose thier food stamp benefits.the rule change that could have many struggling to put food on the
new this morning...more than a million low income people could soon be losing their food stamp benefits.that's because of new work requirements that will kick in next month. month.ohio is among the 21 states affected by a rule change in the "federal supplemental nutrition assistance program."falling
triggered the change, which is raising concerns among social service providers and food pantry workers.they worry they'll see more hungry people soon.the change says able- bodied adults between 18 and 49 with no dependents have to work, volunteer, or attend education or job training at least 80 hours a month to receive aid.otherwise benefits will be cut off after three months. new this morning ... at least 36 reported cases of the 'zika virus' are here in the u-s ... four of the people who've contracted the virus-- pregnant women. women.the fight to stop the virus at its source is picking up in urgencyit's spread by mosquitosso in brazil, soldiers are going door to door..checking for standing water where the insects can breed.healthcare workers are struggling to help babies affected by the virus... which causes severe birth defects.. such as causing babies to be born with abnormally small heads and brains. sot dr. camilla ventura: this is scary. we are dealing with a disease that we have no
aboutthe c-d-c says pregnant women should 'not' travel to places where the virus has broken out and spreadright now that includes brazil ... the caribbean ... and latin america. the "madtree brewing winter bonanza" event wraped up just a few hours ago. ago.the brewery marked its third birthday with a celebration including beer, bands, and food trucks.more than sixty beers from breweries around the region were on hand for sampling.mad tree made history when they opened in 2013, becomng the first modern craft beer to can its beer in ohio. outdoor adventure enthusiasts..you've got one final day to take in the ultimate shopping experience. experience.the outdoor adventure experience continues through the end of the day at the sharonville convention center.it's 10 dollars a person...kids 12 and under are free and parking is free! everything gets underway at 9am. it's time to check weather
tonight, expect showers with lows falling into the low 40s. tomorrow, we'll see a mix of clouds and sun with cooler temperatures. highs will reach the upper 40s. tuesday, we'll start out chilly in the upper 30s, but soar into the low 60s by the late afternoon and evening. a few showers are possible, but the best chance of rain will be during the evening and overnight as a strong front arrives. it could bring a risk of strong to severe thunderstorms. the spc has us in a slight risk for severe thunderstorms tuesday night. temperatures behind the front will fall into the 30s
"revanent", jeffrey tambor won for playing a transgender woman in "transparent".th contrast wasn't lost on one of the night's biggest winners, edris elba who took home two awards for his turns in netflix's "beast of no nation" and the bbc crime drama "luther".while presenting a clip he joked "ladies and gentlemen, welcome to diversity". the rock and roll hall of fame has announced the "who" will be joining the stage with this years inductee's in new york... ohio's own black keys, as well as former matchbox 20 frontman rob thomas will be performing. performing.they'll help celebrate this years inductees -- chicago, cheap trick, steve miller, n-w-a, and deep purple. this year's induction ceremony will take place at the barclays center in brooklyn. tickets go on sale next week. o-k so you hear a song...then you can't get that song out of your head.it happens to all of us right?but why?c-n-n's dr. sanjay gupta explores the
police say they have a suspect in custody after two brothers were shot in north college hill last night. 9 on your side's kristen swilley joins us live from u-c medical where the victims are recovering police say those two brothers have superficial wounds and should be released soon. last night was not just a scary one for the victims. the people who live nearby answered the door afraid of who might be on the other side. initially the teenager inside that home dominique thomas says he was terrified...and not just because of the shooting itself. he feared the person at his door seeking help might been the shooter....but stop him from acting quickly. "we heard about nine gunshots and then we heard the police
the door and he knocked on our door and asked if we could call the police for him." the suspect whose name they are not releasing because hes a minor is charged with felonious assault, tampering with evidence and possessing a weapon while under disability. reporting live....kristen swilley...9 on your side. some big college games were played yesterday.a couple of the tri-states most storied programs taking the court.9 on your side sports reporter joins us with your weekend sports report.
click for the cleveland caveliers.notching their best victory under new coach tyonne lue.the big three showing up yet again, led by lebron's 29 proints and both kryie and kevin love chipping in 21 points a piece.it was a statement game of sorts, the caves had been "oh and five" against the leagues three top tier teams san antonio, golden state and chicago.but since losing their first game under lue, the cavs have won four straight. the days of traversing reds country come to and end as the cincinnati reds caravan wraps up it's multi state tour with a final stop at the florence mall in kentucky this afternoon. afternoon.five major league and four minor league players will be on hand along with reds manager bryan price, reds president and c-e-o bob castilinni and more.they'll be on hand to sign autographs and answer questions.door open at 9..question and answer at 11