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but the best chance of rain will be later this evening. a cold front will drive showers and isolated thunderstorms through the ohio valley. gusts up to 40 mph are possible during the day. just along the cold front, a line of storms could develop sometime around 8 p.m. that could produce damaging winds and minor flooding. the storm prediction center has most of the tri- state under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms. this line of storms brings with it the threat of severe storms. rain and storms will continue until about 3 a.m. but keep in mind, this timing could change as this system approaches, so check back for updates. wednesday will start mild with morning temperatures hovering in the upper 40s, possibly as high as 50. but early wednesday afternoon, colder air starts to arrive and this will cause temperatures too cool quickly, especially after
keep it here on 9 on your side for your first warning forecast.if you can't do that you can download the storm shield app or check wcpo dot com.and catch *good morning tri state as soon as you wake up for the very latest with meteorologist jennifer ketchmark. more people died of drug overdoses last year than in traffic accidents-- and the president has taken notice. notice.president obama will ask more more than 1-billion dollars in the 2017 budget to
last year-- 47-thousand people died from overdoses-- which is a record. if allocated, most of the money would go to states to get more treatment centers open.. and hire experts to treat addiction. in response, republican senator rob portman of ohio issued a statement saying he hopes the president will support the bipartisan 'comprehensive addiction and recovery act.' portman says in addition to funding new initiatives, we must also make sure existing programs have ample support. a sad update now -- a woman badly injured during a fire last may, has died.the now's briana harper takes a look at what happened.briana? briana? the hamilton county coroner confirmed this morning that more than six months after she was seriously injured in a fire, josephine payne, has died. "i couldn't get upstairs because the flames engulfed me."that was raymond payne last may -- just moments after the fire in corryville.his mother, 81 year old josephine payne and his sister were trapped upstairs in their louis avenue home when it
overnight hours.firefighters had to rescue them.and now we've learned josephine never recovered.both payne women inhaled a lot of smoke. smoke.just a few of the long term health problems caused by smoke inhalation include airway obstruction, hoarseness, and continuous cough -- that's all according to the national library of medicine. medicine.because of the amount of smoke they inhaled... both had to be sent to columbus for treatment in a hyperbaric chamber.at the time -- we asked why they had to go so far for care even though we used to have hyberbaric chambers here in the tri-state. a few of them actually.turns out -- the hospitals no longer have the staff, training or certifications to help in an emergency any more. more. i stopped by the corryville neighborhood where josephine lived today.that home remains boarded up.i also called investigators and i'm still waiting to hear back to learn the exact cause of the fire. for the now i'm briana harper. a high speed chase spans three states -- and ends in a
started just before noon in lincoln heights. police say the driver reached speed of 90 miles per hour and led them into kentucky and indiana before driving back into ohio. three suspects were taken into custody in the parking lot of the harrison skyline chili. according to police, the narcotics unit was monitoring the car in lincoln heights before it sped off. today -- more arrests are made in clermont county in connection with a six month burglary spree. spree.sherry carlier and charles glover are in the brown county jail. investigators say they stole 50-thousand dollars worth of jewelry, electronics, and firearms.jeff carlier and brian crank were indicted in the case in october.police say the men admitted selling the stolen items to buy heroin. the woman accused of standing by while her boyfriend allegedly beat her two year old to death has given birth while in custody. rebecca kinner was pregnant when she was arrested in december-- and yesterday gave birth to a baby boy. boy. kinner has pleaded not guilty to all charges including involuntary
two-year old kinsley kinner and her attorney says is back at the butler county jail. kinsley's father believes he is the father of this newborn baby boy. he plans to petition for custody.. and says he wants to name the child kingsley in honor of his late daughter. but rebecca's attorney told us today a dna test will establish paternity. *this is what interstate 75 looks like right now just north of the lateral.traffic is moving fine this afternoon-- in fact it's much better than this morning when *two multi-vehicle crashes slowed traffic. check out this first pile up involving six cars -- you can see one car caught fire in the northbound lanes near towne street. firefighters worked quickly to get that under control and clean up the debris. police say it was a chain reaction crash. officers cited one driver for rear-ending the car in front. traffic was backed up for about 2 miles all the way to
and about 20 minutes after that was cleaned up in the northbound lanes.. we spotted another pile up in the southbound lanes. this one involved four-cars. it also brought traffic to a near standstill near towne street.. southbound traffic was backed up past galbraith road until crews could get all four vehicles to the right shoudler. police are still investigating what caused the accident. developing today..hillary clinton is declared the democratic winner of the iowa caucus... in what the party calls the closest contest in history.but there's no time to rest...she and republican winner ted cruz... along with most of the remaining presidential candidates are already back on the campaign trail today.the now's todd walker is tracking what's next: :36-:42:54-1:011:05-1:10 tuesday morning.. and iowa is already in the rear-view mirror for many of the campaigns.marco rubio was on the ground today campaigning in new hampshire.. energized from his surprise showing in the iowa caucuses.. where he finished third place.. but right on the heals of donald trump... who finished second behind ted cruz.ted cruz: :00
cheers :03an even closer race for the democrats...hillary clinton in new hampshire today touting a win in iowa... but the race so tight it wasn't called until just after noon today...sot=hillary clinton :20 i've won and i've lost there and it's a lot better to win :23clinton barely eeked out a win.. which bernie sanders is also claiming as a win.sot=bernie sanders :34 for folks who did not think bernie sanders could win could compete against hillary clinton i hope that thought is now gone :43the front runners are some of the last to arrive in new hampshire.. chris christie and jeb bush have been there for a while.. trying to gain any sort of traction for their campaigns.. christie today taking shots at rubio..sot=(gov. chris christie/(r) presidential student council election, election for president of the united states. let's get the bubble and let's see him play for the next week in new hampshire. i'm ready to play. i hope he is because i'll be ready to see him on saturday night."--todd on cam--the democratic race in iowa was so tight that two caucus sites had to be settled by coin toss.. both of those going to hillary clinton.the entire field is getting a little smaller.after dismal performances in iowa.. and for quite a while now.. both mike
announced they are dropping out of the race for the white house.for the now, i'm todd walker. iowa's delegates will be broken up proportionately between the candidates.the new hampshire primary is one week from today. ohio governor john kasich didn't do very well in iowa, but that's no surprise to him. he's banking on a good finish in new hampshire to bump him up in the standings.and today -- he talked about how he's hoping his message of *hope resonates with voters. voters.:23 its real simple. i'm operating on the sunny side of the street. what i tell people is yeah, i've been a reformer, i've been involved in more fights than you can imagine, but with great accomplishments - whether it's jobs, whether it's welfare reform, fixing my own state, so i just tell them, these problems that we have, they can be fixed and people seem to be very positive and hopeful when they leave." :45 :45by the time voters in new hampshire head to the polls -- kasich says he will have hosted more than 100 town hall
last night in the town of loudon.the lates poll in new hampshire -- compiled by the american research group -- puts kasich in second place, well behind donald trump. time is running out if you want to vote in ohio in the upcoming presidential primary. voters must be resgistered to vote by february 16th.the primary is on march 15th.you can register at the county board of elections or public libraries.you can check your voter status at my- ohio-vote-dot-com. 51:48 this is the worst part about snow days, right? cleaning off your car! coming up..we'll tell you how many more blizzards we're having every single year -- according to a new study. also on the now cincinnati -- you know you hate it when people act up on a plane.but there is a surprising reason many says flight is better
families board early once again.starting february 15-th people with children two or under can get on the plane first.united stopped letting families get on early four years ago.so did american, delta and u-s airways but they've all started offering the service again already. we've shown you video here on "the now" of people having crazy outbursts on planes.it may have even happened on your flight.but the number of unruly passengers is now the lowest it has been in 20 years. the f-a-a says there were just over 80 cases last year, which is down more than 40 percent from the year prior. so what's causing passengers to behave better?smart phones may be part of this.bad behavior is more likely to get caught on video... and then put on social media.there's also a lower tolerance now by the crews for disruptive behavior on planes.unruly passengers can face a fine up to 25-thousand dollars. and get this -- it can cost an airline an estimated 200- thousand dollars if they have
it's groundhog day and in case you missed it this morning, punxsutawney phil has made his annual prediction...take a listen! (nats) "there is no shadow to be cast. an early spring is my forecast." (cheers) (cheers)that annoucement in gobbler's knob pennsylvania was greeted with cheers from the crowd.but something to keep in mind -- the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says phil's accuracy is only about 45- percent. on the flip side -- and a little closer to home even -- buckeye chuck spotted his shadow in marion, ohio today. you know what that means.he's predicting a long winter.here is the good news though -- chuck's track record is worse than phil's. phil's.when asked about his disheartening prediction on twitter today -- chuck responded that its better to be correct that tell people what they want to hear. a powerful winter storm is pushing across the country -- now hitting the midwest with snow and ice.this is what it looks like in des moines
dropped a foot of snow in parts of colorado...the now's anne mcnamara reports on how blizzard conditions like common. stand up - anne mcnamara | @annemcnamaratv59:14 wipers up and you know what this means -- a big snow storm. if you feel like you've been seeing this more and more often, a new study says -- you're right! nats58:45 ice scraping this is the worst part about snow days...cleaning off your car before your drive to work... 50:34 i actually had like a big snow plow to get everything off...now just getting some ice offall across the west and midwest...folks are digging out...in blizzard conditions. graphic 1 new research from ball state university says the number of annual blizzards -- has doubled since the 1960s. graphic 2up until 1994 -- we averaged about nine a year. from '95 on -- that number jumped to 19. this guy...is getting used to his thank-less task -- snowblowing. 53:38 there's an understated therapeutic quality to getting out here and moving it. q: so you dont mind the snow? a: no i grew up here. it's part of
something...researchers say this weather is cyclical... graphic 3 blizzards peak every 11 to 14 years. and typically cover about 32-thousand square miles -- the size of the state of south carolina. this woman wishes she was there right about now. usually she bikes to work. today...she's walking. 57:29 yeah it's hiking -- stepping in other people's foot prints and there were spots where i think i saw ski tracks stand up - anne mcnamara | @annemcnamaratv 19:00:20 and while we're talking about studies and science...let's not forget this is an el nino year...so we'll probably be seeing more of this sooner, rather than later. for the now, i'm anne mcnamara. we took a look and this weather isn't impacting flights at cvg at this time. and you might like to know that researchers found blizzards tend to happen in what they call the "blizzard zone."it's the northern great plains...the dakotas and western minnesota...where counties average at least one
but the best chance of rain will be later this evening. a cold front will drive showers and isolated thunderstorms through the ohio valley. gusts up to 40 mph are possible during the day. just along the cold front, a line of storms could develop sometime around 8 p.m. that could produce damaging winds and minor flooding. the storm prediction center has most of the tri- state under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms. this line of storms brings with it the threat of severe storms. rain and storms will continue until about 3 a.m. but keep in mind, this timing could change as this system approaches, so check back for updates. wednesday will start mild with morning temperatures hovering in the upper 40s, possibly as
breaking now ... the c-d-c is confirming what could be the first case in the u-s of someone getting zika virus through sexual transmission. transmission.we've shown you the states where the virus has been reported... after people have brought it back from other countries.but this is the first time we know of this year that someone has given it to someone else in the u-s through sexual activity. typically zika virus is transmitted by mosquitoes. there haven't been any cases of that happening in the u-s. so far. there are new efforts right now... to come up with a vaccine to fight the zika virus.a major drug maker announced today it's working on one. one.they say they will use what they learned creating vaccines for yellow fever and japanese encephalitisis -- which is similar in some ways
football fans in san francisco are feeling the vibe long after the sun goes down. the now's andy choi shows us why the bay-area may not get much sleep this week. snap" 10.03choi "everybody knows the real party starts at night!"6.58 "they have live music, a live dj. you know we're having a good time."11.40"we're getting ready for the super bowl!"yes
touchdown, a nighttime soiree 4.22"hey! hey! hey! hey" 6.25"i tried to dance with these girls, they said no. he pulled him, and i'm jealous." choi "i know we're sitting on the sidelines here!"this popular young man is 87 year old charlie guo, perfecting his own super bowl shuffle with thousands of his new friends inside super bowl city. 3.19choi "where did you learn how to dance like that?" charlie "how to dance? yeah, i learned myself."choi "your style?"charlie "yeah, just listen to the music."choi "i see."11.15"this is where the party at. y'all ready to party?" 17.31choi "oh i got this you're in the mood to move, interactive games keep the pulse of this party alive, all as the clock ticks past your bedtime. 12.44"uh-uh, i ain't gonna sleep till after the super bowl."6.46"when the sun goes down""when the sun goes down, hey it's like everything goes man. you have a good time, as long as you respect everybody, they respect you, you're good."23.24"a lot of sparkly lights, and a lot of
smiles just might outnumber the stars on an evening like this. 7.27"charlie is clearly the winner of the super bowl this year." "he already won. he already won.""just give him the trophy."for these bay-area night owls, sleep is merely a suggestion. in san fransisco, i'm andy choi, for the now. super bowl city stays open until 10 p-m every night leading up to the super bowl. next on the now...first responders are training to save your life in the case of
welcome back to the now cincinnati... when it comes to icy rescues, first responders say this is the worst kind of winter. winter.jordan burgess takes us inside their training-- and shows us what you should not do if this happens to you this is the danger we're talking about. even as the temperatures got above freezing today you could find ice at ponds like this one at miami meadows park in clermont county it's just going to bounce over there because of that ice there. they say often times this is the ice that can get people in trouble. trouble. grab ahold. all right. you ready?they can be some of the most dramatic rescues.but this one wasn't real. it's part of a training video put together
it really is a great opportunity to save a life.and this is the master's class on it.the people in here being taught by dive training international are from fire departments across the tri- state.they'll go back and train their firefighters on ice rescue techniques. techniques. we bring this information out to be used but we hope it doesn't have to be used.you would think a winter like this would reduce ice rescues... but trainers say many times it's the up and down temperatures that can lead to ice that's thick.. but not thick enough. enough. all it can take is a couple of days for some ice to set up that might hold some weight weighttwo kids fell through the ice in brown county in january.they were rescued by neighbors before crews got there.but even adults can find themselves on thin ice. ice. what seems to be the biggest trend is people going out on the ice for their animals. maybe their pets or even wildlife that they feel for. for. and the ice rescue training will continue tomorrow and thursday even though the lack of ice at ponds like this one will make it more challenging. jordan burgess. the now cincinnati.
and rescuers say if you see an animal stuck on the ice to call the fire department.it's safer than trying to save them yourself. if you get a letter from duke energy, don't panic ...the company is just letting you know it's time for an annual gas line inspection at your home. neighborhood door to door inspections start this month ... and go through august. expect a letter about ten days before inspectors hit your neighborhood ... and a call you three days in advance.keep an eye out for door hangers ... they'll leave you a notice if they stop by for an inspection and you're not home. if you have to reschedule, make sure you keep the appointment ... they can shut off your gas if they can't inspect the piping. to check out when inspectors will be in your area ... visit duke dash energy dot com. in weather -- a really nice day and its still pretty nice right now.but rain is on the way. but the best chance of rain will be later this evening. a cold front will drive showers and isolated thunderstorms through the ohio valley. gusts up to 40 mph are possible during the day. just along the
could develop sometime around 8 p.m. that could produce damaging winds and minor flooding. the storm prediction center has most of the tri- state under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms. this line of storms brings with it the threat of severe storms. rain and storms will continue until about 3 a.m. but keep in mind, this timing could change as this system approaches, so check back for updates. wednesday will start mild with morning temperatures hovering high as 50. but early wednesday afternoon, colder air starts to arrive and this will cause temperatures too cool quickly, especially after
coming up tonight. tonight.xavier university is holding a forum to talk about the riots that errupted in cincinnati following a police over the rhine after police in 2001.the event will be moderated by the president of the cincinnati urban league and will involve a panel of community leaders to discuss how far the city has come and how far it still needs to go. go.so here is what you need to know if you want to be at tonight's event.it's free and starts in a few hours at seven. just go to the duff banquet room in the cintas center. getting ready to do your taxes? taxes?if your car is registered in kentucky ... you can now look up the property taxes you paid on it last year online instead of calling the
is at drive dot k-y dot gov. all you need is your car's vin. an outside panel says the airbag company blamed for at least 11 deaths does not have the prcesses in place to make sure it's product is safe. safe.a panel chaired by u-s transportation secretary samule skinner says takata cannot improve product quality with its current program. it says takata needs to develop its own standards for testing quality and safety rather than relying on automakers and regulators. good news for dog lovers... a story that sparked outrage online has a happy ending today.a retired police officer in marietta ohio was fighting to keep his k-9 partner.when he retired after 30 years of service, matthew hickey offered to buy his partner ajax.but the city said the dog had to be auctioned off.more than 60-thousand dollars was raised on a go-fund me page. but the two sides worked out a solution...hickey has been appointed as an auxiliary officer, allowing him to keep ajax.
a big problem but new numbers out today give us a better idea on where things stand right now and the latest thing we should watch for. consumer reporter john matarese has the list -- john? the report from "javelin strategy and research"... shows just more than 13 million americans were victims of identity fraud last year. year.that's up 3-percent from 20-14.but... we can tell you the amount of money stolen is down by 6-percent... to 15 billion dollars.that's the smallest amount in six years. this doesn't mean you should let your guard down.the report also found identity thieves are changing their tactics again.they're now using stolen social security numbers to apply for new credit cards.new account fraud more than doubled from 20-14 to 20-15.
billion dollars from americans in the last six years.that means we've lost more than 35- thousand dollars every minute. in just two minutes... that's enough money for the average family to buy groceries for eight years.dont go away...i'll be back at 5:30 to find out why rumpke is still charging a fuel surcharge even plunged! next on the now cincinnati ... ...they thought they were safe once the winds died down ... but wait until you see what happened to a california news crew ... when they were sent out for a live weather report
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reporter marie coronel and photographer mike gold marie hit : you know virgina since we've been out here i haven't seen any car owners their story ...in mira mesa bunch of tress had fallen and some cars were crushed-nats marie's live shot at that time of the morning, at 4:30, there wasn't even really any wind, and all the trees we were looking at had fallen. we felt totally safe.mike says the wind was over. we were at the base of the two large trees that had fallen and we were getting ready for our live shot. i had my camera pointed towards marie, she was standing there and all of a sudden her eyes go up and she said oh, expletive, and that's the last thing that happened. :they went down. i was just covered. we were under branches and leaves. marie was screaming.
breath.he sees his leg dangling.-nats rescue- i'm screwed up, where's marie. i didn't see her. i looked down and she was underneath a branch.she was moving, but hurt bad. she was groggy and coming to and she was terrified.mike calls 911 for help they couldn't see us because it was dark and we were surrounded by this tree, so i was shouting, we're over here, we're over here.mike never saw the tree coming.how can you plan for that? how can you avoid that? i mean, the tree fell at that very moment, standing at that very spot. could it be the new way food gets to your table?we look at the push to grow food *vertically.and what it means
an extraordinary reunion between a mother and daughter took place in upstate new york ... it dates back to 1933 ... when a 14 year old gave birth to a baby girl.six months later, the state took the baby away. she was eventually adopted and raised by a couple on long island.82 years later ... the daughter, desperate to learn about her mother, pieced together clues from her birth certificate and the internet. sure enough, she found her mom.. now 96 years old and the pair reunited. "here's your daughter, mom. here's eva may."(nats of hugging) hugging) the pair spent the day surrounded by family ... with lots of catching up to do. it's the farming of the future ...using space technology to put fresh food on the table... faster.the now's theresa marchetta takes us on a tour... and don't worry... the colors you're about to see... are all
31:59- "two of the main products we're growing.. baby arugula and baby kale.. "tommy romano never set out to be a farmer.. 34:54- "there is no off season we grown 24/7. 365 a year" and there's nothing wrong with television- he designed these lights with a purpose.. to make the process of photosynthesis more efficient. 28:48 "we don't use sunlight.. reproduce.... reds and blues.." 58 ****** romano studied bioastronautics at c-u boulder.. and applied his expertise with space-habitat design.. to this 5400 square foot farm.. called infinite harvest.from the specialized lighting.. to the timed irrigation.. and the precise amounts of nutrients for every part of the growing cycle.. he says these plants get exactly what they need to grow. 35:30- "our genovese basil.."with the help of 10 agreen house technicians.. infinite harvest produces 2 acres of crops
shipped locally within a few hours to high-end restraunts.. and they say the taste is more saturated and consistent than with greens grown in soil. for the now, i'm theresa marchetta. right now.. leefy greens like baby arugula, baby kale and basil are easiest to grow because they don't require pollination.. which is a hurdle for vertical farms.the idea isn't without controversy.. many traditional farmers dislike the method.. but romano says it could be the answer to food deserts in areas where fresh produce is hard to come by. vertical farming is something the ohio farm bureau discussed during its *town hall ohio podcast. the spread of the zika virus in brazil has many people questioning whether it will be safe to hold the 2016 summer olympics in rio ...the city is set to host the games in just six months. months.the rio medical director reassured reporters today that athletes and visitors will not be at risk ...if they are not pregnant. today the director said they
virus to die off somewhat by august ... since brazil is in the southern hemisphere. joao grangeiro, rio 2016 medical directorwe will have summer games but for us it's in winter time - so we will not have an epidemic or a pandemic situation during the games time. time.the rio olympics are due to start on august fifth. (ad lib) but the best chance of rain will be later this evening. a cold front will drive showers and isolated thunderstorms through the ohio valley. gusts up to 40 mph are possible during the day. just along the cold front, a line of storms could develop sometime around 8 p.m. that could produce damaging winds and minor flooding. the storm prediction center has most of the tri- state under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms. this line of storms brings with it the threat of severe storms. rain and storms will continue
mind, this timing could change as this system approaches, so check back for updates. wednesday will start mild with morning temperatures hovering in the upper 40s, possibly as high as 50. but early wednesday afternoon, colder air starts to arrive and this will cause temperatures too cool quickly, especially after
here's a unique way to deal with unregulated drones.dutch police are now testing out eagles to take them down.the birds are trained to think drones are their prey.police say they're still testing this right now. craig mckee is here now- which means 9 on your side at 5 is coming up. teen suicides...too many young lives in the tri-state are lost as a result of not getting the help or voice they need. tonight a stepped up effort by teachers and parents to stop the horrible deaths.
outside and alone -- without proper clothes!meet the heroes who found the neglected child was safe. plus our prize patrol is out and handing out money. who we just helped out with a hundred bucks. a clerk fights back using whatever he had to fight off an armed robbery. robbery.what he used to make sure he stayed alive -- next. introducing longhorn' s steaks that sizzle for $12.99. like the new smoky bacon sirloin. and the parmesan crusted sirloin. only at longhorn steakhouse.
of flint, michigan... michigan...the u-s attorneys office confirms today... the f-b-i is joining the investigation into the water contamination there. people living in flint continue to have to rely on bottled water every day.today an fbi spokesperson said "our role is determine whether or not there have been federal violations."tomorrow... a congressional will be held to discuss. happening right now... bill cosby is in a pennsylvania courtroom... courtroom...the comedian is asking to have the charges against him dropped. take a look at this video of him arriving earlier today ... the judge will decide if a charge of aggravated indecent assault against cosby... should be thrown out.cosby's lawyer argues the former district attorney had agreed not to prosecute the case.but the former d-a says that's not true...he testified today he didn't prosecute ten years ago... because of lack of evidence and credibility issues with the alleged victim. she has already settled a civil suit with cosby over the incident. the comedian is fighting a number of cases... tied to claims he has sexually
women.today... one of the women suing him in civil court in california... dropped her suit without explanation. disturbing developments right now in the murders of two people at a homeless camp in seattle.three teen-agers the youngest 13-years-old are now under arrest.the other teens are 16 and 17.police took them into custody after executing a search warrant.right now, police believe this may be tied to dealing drugs... they're not commenting on what led to the arrests... but they did recover a gun. runs=:07chief kathleen o'toole | seattle police department: "i think it's always shocking when young people are involved. when i heard the ages of all three i was shocked by it and again it's a tragedy on so many levels." levels."the teens are also suspected of shooting and injuring three people in the homeless camp. quick action taken by a convenience store clerk to stop a robbery. look right here -- you can see him douse this gunman with a full cup of coffee... before they both sprint in opposite directions. chance walser spoke with one of the store clerks about this video.
across the room remain on paperwork near the front register though most of it ended on the face of a would-be-robber. sunday morning... the clerk... with a cup of steaming hot brew filled to the brim... notices a man walking in with what looks like a gun in his hand. surveillance video shows the rest. with the next few seconds turned over to instinct... the clerk reacts by throwing the coffee toward the gunman... a direct hit at that. watch again as nearly 200 degrees of hot java scalds the man before he tucks tail and runs out. the clerk immediately runs toward a back room.tonight his cousin and fellow employee explains why.. in a fight or flight moment... he chose the former. prince singh | clerk's co-worker"you fight back, why? because we work hard for the money. we work like every day, 12 hours a day, 7 days a week like every day. we don't take any that's why. " "))
reporting and that's it from the now cincinnati. cincinnati.9 on your side at 5 starts right now. tracking showers and heavy storms.we're on your side with your best chance for rain this evening - and the potential dangers you need to know about. breaking now.. video just into our newsroom of a high speed chase through the tri-state.. taken from inside the suspects' car. a dangerous chain of events - ends with a truck in a yard - and another car damaged. "i ended up with the telephone pole on top of my car and i didn't even hit the pole." pole."who one man blames for the crash - and why that car wasn't damaged at all. breaking now - another way to contract the zika virus.why we're all at risk - and where this was discovered in the u-s. going above and beyond. officers take in a wandering toddler - buying him clothes
officers for the very first time.9 on your side at five starts now! severe storms are possible in the tri-state in just hours. hours.that's as rain begins to affect your evening drive. drive.9 first warning chief meteorologist steve raleigh is on your side, tracking the latest. just along the cold front, a line of storms could develop sometime around 8 p.m. that could produce damaging winds and minor flooding. the storm prediction center has most of the tri-state under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms. this line of storms brings with it the threat of severe storms. rain and storms will