tv Good Morning Tri- State 6am WCPO February 2, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
there on the ground - and in chopper nine to bring you live reports. 3 keys to your tuesday forecast: wind, rain and potentially severe storms. i'm tracking it all in the 9 first weather center! center!iowa in the balance - will it be bernie or hillary? the breaking results when they happen in this tight race. good morning tri-state.it's tuesday, february second. second.groundhog day. day.let's take a live look outside from skycam 9.expect the wind to really pick up later today. today.meteorologist jennifer ketchmark has your 9 first warning forecast.
in the live alert... and breaking overnight.it was close... but hillary clinton has declared herself the winner of last night's democratic iowa caucus. she and bernie sanders... in a statistical dead heat well into the morning with *both* support. just about two hours ago, clinton's camp released this statement... which reads in part...-quote- "hillary clinton has won the iowa caucus. after thorough reporting - and analysis - of results, there is no uncertainty." clinton's opponent... bernie sanders... is *already* in new hampshire this morning.it's the site of the next presidential primary. bernie sanders says he's taking away a big thumbs-up from the iowa caucuses... because it means his message
here's what sanders had to say after his razor thin loss. -quote- "we're taking this to the convention, and i think tonight shows the american people that this is a campaign that can win."the vermont senator is practically on home turf... and has a double digit lead over clinton in the lastest new hampshire poll. on the republican side, texas senator ted cruz taking the first win of the primary season. season.tonight is victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this great nation. cruz's win is what some call an upset of donald trump.now the candidates head to new hampshire. that's where ohio governor john kasich has been focusing his time, effort and money.he
hall appearance in new hampshire.he told voters his administration would rewrite the tax code and ease federal regulations. the track is complete, test runs are going on now - today the big question is: how will we pay for the streetcar? the major transportation regional operation committee meets at 1 o clock at city hall... where advertising efforts so far will be presented. council member chistopher smitherman says while the streetcar may be operational in mid- september, it could be running at a deficit.but council member amy murray, who chairs major transportation, says no money is coming out of the general fund to support the streetcar.stay with 9 on your side.we'll be at the meeting this afternoon. i'm in the live alert center now following a hearing today in the bill cosby case.the hearing outside philadelphia is the first in cosby's criminal sexual assault case. he is charged with felony aggravated indecent assault, accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a former temple university employee. today cosby will fight to get
today, legal teams will try for a third time to set a plea, or a trial date for the woman accused of intentionally harming her son at children's hospital. hospital.jessica valik is charged with one count of felonious assault and one count of endangering a child. police accuse her of putting something in her 4-year-old son's feeding tube.the little boy was receiving treatment for a rare skin disorder. new this morning, we now know this fire in lebanon that injured a man and left several people homeless was caused by smoking.robert oxier was trying to remove burning furniture from his apartment last month. he suffered severe burns but is expected to survive.lebanon's fire chief says no charges will be filed. you are looking live at gobbler's knob in punxsutawney, pennsylvania, where crowds are gathered for the groundhog's yearly weather prediction. prediction.will punxsutawney
he does, it means 6 more weeks of winter. get your money back!how you can join thousands of drivers fighting red light camera fees! this morning, the police chief's vow to the mother of a murdered teen. teen.her daughter's case has not grown cold. we continue to investigate it and we are not going to give up. what else cincinnati's
thousands of drivers who paid fines for tickets from speed cameras in new miami... could get their money back. back.those people can now get in on a class action lawsuit. automated speed cameras in new miami were ruled unconstitutio nal two years ago. ago.the village collected more than a million dollars in fines from the devices.now --
cameras operated by police. cincinnati's police chief is going face to face with the mothers of murdered children. they all have the same goal - stopping violence in our city. city.people packed this westwood town hall - demanding change.chief eliot isaac and mayor john cranley mapped out ways to get criminals off the streets. mothers of murdered children, like kelsie crow, who was killed outside a sweet 16 birthday party, shared their stories- and asked for help with their unsolved cases. 40:35 on the news is that the person who that killed kelsie? who has that person killed? it's not fair. my 9 year olds should not have to know about this and they know more about murder than they ever should know. 44 there will be three more public input sessions in the
caught in the middle of it when a tree came crashing down on them as they covered the weather story yesterday. yesterday.the crew says there was virtually no warning before the tree fell. "all of a sudden marie yelled and ran off camera and the camera went to black. after a while the audio came back and we could hear that she was in pain." pain."both the reporter and photographer had to have surgery for their injuries. toss to weather weather we are starting the day with colder temperatures in the low 30s and partly cloudy skies. clouds will increase quickly today especially as a warm front lifts through the tri- state. this front will bring in a slight rain chance by the early afternoon hours. scattered showers can't be
connects to three mile road. the 10 million dollar project will ease congestion around campus -- and is expected to be complete next fall. we're following breaking news. a house fire in mason.this is on lela drive.pictures just coming on from the scene from 9 on your side's kristen swilley.she says several pets were lost in the fire. we're coming off a wild night in iowa.hillary clinton just claimed victory in the caucuses within the past hour. still to come, a look at front page headlines - some of them are over the top!
trump looked pretty unhappy in that picture.now - music superstar is unhappy with him? adele is angry with donald trump because he keeps using her music at campaign rallies. she says she wants the world to know she does not support him, and she has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigns. that also includes a youtube video made by mike huckabee. it was so easy, he did it again, and again!police - now looking for a guy caught on camera stealing 3 times in a row from the same butler county store. plus, breaking news this
stealing guns! a thief hitting not once but *three* times at this one store. how he pulled it off and how you can help catch him! him!a new baby, just months after her daughter's death deathwhat's next for the mom police say didn't do enough to help. help.and remembrance for a bicyclist hit-and-killed by a driver police say was using drugs! good morning tri-state.we are tracking your chances for severe weather today. today.your morning commute will be fine ...but let's see what will happen later today ...from 9 first warning meteorologist jennifer ketchmark. we are starting the day with colder temperatures in the low 30s and partly cloudy skies. clouds will increase quickly today especially as a warm front lifts through the tri- state. this front will bring in a slight rain chance by the early afternoon hours. scattered showers can't be
right now police are looking for the man who tried ripping a place off one too many times. they say on three straight days he walked into a west chester cabela's and walked out with a gun. gun.9 on your side's jordan burgess is live with how you could help police catch him. that man couldn't fool these cameras here at this cabelas in west chester. we want to show you the pictures that could help police catch him.take a close look at them. a couple of things stand out. the hat he has on in some and that white coat that likely helped him hide those guns. police say the man who appears to be in his 20's walked into this west chester cabela's 3 days in a row and walked out with a gun each time.the camera didn't just get him but also his vehicle.it's a maroon truck filled with tires in the back. so these are some good clues. if you know this guy you're asked to call the west chester police department.reporting
the tri-state mother charged in the death of her two year again. the butler county sheriff's office says rebekah kinner delivered her second child, a boy, yesterday afternoon. police say kinner did not intervene while her boyfriend, bradley young, beat her daughter kinsley to death last year. young is also charged in the case.kinsley's father, scott senft, has said he beieves he is also the baby boy's father, and he wants to fight for custody. at a hearing today, we could learn more about the mental state of a mom accused of beheading her infant daughter. deasia watkins' attorneys are seeking an expert opinion on her mental health and intend to pursue an insanity defense . before her daughter's death last march ... she had been diagnosed with post-partum psychosis. after her arrest
psychiatric treatment.then in august, watkins was found competent to stand trial. investigators say this man, robert shaw, held a woman captive in her own home.this morning, he'll face a judge on an abduction charge.court documents show shaw was in a car with a woman friday, when he took her cell phone, hit her in the face, and then drover her to her home, where he held her for 2 days. right now-- family and friends are planning a memorial bike ride in honor of the man hit riding his bike on kellogg avenue. 42-year-old michael prater died yesterday morning. police say 34-year-old melinda woodall was high on prescription drugs when she crashed into him -- then drove off. she's now facing charges for aggravated vehicular homicide.the cycling community is planning to put a 'ghost bike' in prater's honor at the site of the crash. jheri neri of northside's 'mo-bo bicycle cooperative' hopes it will serve as a memorial... and reminder to those who drive by.
fact that a young, man who had an incredible life in front of him passed at this spot tragically, unnecessarily" unnecessarily"neri says this is the sixth ghost bike in the city. do you have books, movies or c-d's at your house gathering dust?swap 'em for ones you want! want!today and tomorrow, from 9 a-m until 8 p-m, bring your books, dvd's or cd's to the springdale community center. you'll get a ticket for each item.then, come back for the swap on thursday between 4 and 8 p-m and redeem your ticket for something "new to you." let's check back in at gobbler's knob on this groundhog day. day.there's punxsutawney, pennsylvania, where crowds are gathered for the groundhog's yearly weather prediction.
phil see his shadow, or not?if he does, it means 6 more weeks of winter. bed bugs.they're as gross as ever, and now - getting stronger!why more people are having trouble getting rid of them. and a story that'll bring tears to your eyes.a mom gets to hear her baby's heart, months after he passed away. the emotional reunion, next. we are starting the day with colder temperatures in the low 30s and partly cloudy skies. clouds will increase quickly today especially as a warm front lifts through the tri- in a slight rain chance by the early afternoon hours. can't evening drive. highs top out chance of rain will be later this evening. a cold front will drive showers and isolated thunderstorms through
bed bugs are the stuff of nightmares...and now, chemicals used to fight the creepy crawlers are failing! failing!a new study found bed bugs are becoming increasingly resistant to insecticides. researchers suggest more non-chemical methods, such as heat or steam, may be need to be used to combat bedbug
now to a story that's gaining ground on social media this morning.an arizona mom got to hear her son's heartbeat, after he passed away. away.lukas clark died at just a few months old.at the same time, jordan drake was fighting for her life, in need of a heart transplant.she got lukas' donated heart.and lukas' mom got to hear it beating again. (esther gonzalez/ heart transplant saved her daughter) it's hard to describe that she would be so selfless to be able to think of another family while she's going through her grief.(heather clark/ son's heart saved gonzalez's daughter) the only thing i could think of, was i can't save my own son, why not save someone else's why not save somebody else's child? child?jordan gave lukas' mom a build-a-bear with a recording of her heartbeat inside so she could always have it with her. if you want to become an organ donor, the most important thing you can do is register on your state's donor registry online.it's also helpful to have your designation on your driver's license.and you want
and your family, is aware of your wishes. we live in a society that will sue over just about anything. anything.one woman's suing nestle nestle over what she found, or rather, didn't find, in her kit kat. kat.and wait til you see what she's asking for! we are starting the day with colder temperatures in the low 30s and partly cloudy skies. clouds will increase quickly today especially as a warm front lifts through the tri- state. this front will bring in a slight rain chance by the early afternoon hours. scattered showers can't be ruled out heading into the evening drive. highs top out in the low 60s late this afternoon.but the best chance evening. a cold front will drive showers and isolated thunderstorms through the ohio
tri-state native george clooney is talking about changes aimed at making the oscars more inclusive.this happened after spike lee and jada pinkett smith both said they'll boycott the academy awards, because no one nominated in any of the top categories is african american. american.the real problems are the diversity from the beginning, the people who are greenlighting films filmsthat's why, clooney says, the changes at the academy won't make much of a difference, at least at first. you can watch the oscars sunday, february 28th right here on wcpo 9 on your side. a chocolate lover is launching
bars didn't measure up. up.this story is going viral this morning. morning.the 20-year-old law student from london... says she ate eight kit kat bars that didn't have the wafer inside...so... she's suing for a *lifetime* supply of the chocolate candy bars.so far... nestle hasn't issued a statement. it is groundhog day.and we usually think of the little furry animal who claims to predict the weather. weather.there's also the movie. movie. bill murray's classic comedy.well... in honor of groundhog day... britain's "sky" network is airing it... 13 times in a row.murray stars as a weatherman... doomed to
over until he gets it right. toss to weather weather we are starting the day with colder temperatures in the low 30s and partly cloudy skies. clouds will increase quickly today especially as a warm front lifts through the tri- in a slight rain chance by the early afternoon hours. scattered showers can't be ruled out heading into the evening drive. highs top out in the low 60s late this afternoon.but the best chance of rain will be later this drive isolated thunderstorms
construction begins this week on a new connector road that will run adjacent to northern kentucky university. chopper 9 -- showed us the 1.7 mile road that starts at johns hill road -- runs behind campus parking lots and dorms -- and connects to three mile road. the 10 million dollar project will ease congestion around campus -- and is expected to be complete next fall. the excitement is in the streets! patrol is out in full force. force.we've spotted this woman down here, walking with a small child. let's see if we can go get her!
that was our first 100 dollar surprise patrol winner. 4 days a week, we are picking people at random all around the tri- state.and every friday, we are picking a special someone and giving them a 500 dollar surprise. surprise.it will be a february to remember as our surprise patrol hands out free money to some of you.you can catch another surprise patrol report 6pm. breaking news we're on top of this morning.people are waking up to a house on fire in mason. what we're learning from the
gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 6 on 9 on your side!" new into the newsroom at a plan to raise taxes on gas and cigarettes in part of the tri-state! state!people finally getting back into their homes after a train derails and catches fire! fire!and the ominous cloud some are calling "the hand of god"!
clinton declaring victory in the democratic caucus. hillary clinton claiming victory in last night's caucus. meanwhile bernie sanders not letting it phase him. he's reportedly already in new hampshire ready for the next step. on the republican side, texas senator ted cruz taking the first win of the primary season.cruz's win is what some call an upset of donald trump. ohio governor john kasich remains in the race despite capturing just one-percent of the vote in iowa.instead... he's focusing on new hampshire. during a town hall appearance yesterday... he told voters his administration would rewrite the tax code and ease federal regulations. keep it tuned to 9 on your side for continuing coverage of the iowa caucuses."good morning america" will have a closer look at the winners and losers... and a look ahead to new hampshire.and you can check w-c-p-o-dot-com and our mobile 9 on your side app for continuous updates. new this morning - a plan that
gas and cigarettes in indiana! jade hindmon has the numbers you need to know. hundreds of people are now in their homes this morning after a train derailment and fire in brewster... ohio.the train skidded off the tracks yesterday afternoon... and officials say a butane tank ruptured and caught fire.a nearby trailer park was evacuated for several hours reported. we're less than a week from super bowl 50... and we're getting our first peek this
see...here's a look at one from snickers... snickers...it shows what appears to be marilyn monroe serenading the big game on its 50th birthday.snickers says it features a funny surprise. mountain dew also has an ad in the super bowl... but this one's weird.it stars a creature that looks like a mix of a baby... a monkey... a horse and a space alien. alien.so what's the creature all about?mountain dew's not saying.c-b-s is charging five- million dollars for a 30-second ad. now let's get another check of the roads. roads.ally has your nine first warning traffic. no traffic issues, minute-by-minute updates on
( gives 7-day forecast)we are starting the day with colder temperatures in the low 30s and partly cloudy skies. clouds will increase quickly today especially as a warm front lifts through the tri- state. this front will bring in a slight rain chance by the early afternoon hours. scattered showers can't be ruled out heading into the evening drive. highs top out in the low 60s late this afternoon.but the best chance of rain will be later this evening. a cold front will drive showers and isolated thunderstorms through the ohio valley. if you're not near your t-v, come over and look at this!a fiery-looking cloud people in portugal are calling "the hand of god"!a weather blogger took the picture on the island of madeira. now it's taking over facebook, twitter and instagram.jennifer tells us there's nothing to worry about - it's just an impressive cloud capturing a very bright