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however, some isolated locations could receive another 1/2" to 1" of snow through the afternoon. skies begin to clear overnight but winds stay elevated which means wind chill values will dip below zero. temperatures bottom out around 7 degrees. finally, we get a break for some sunshine thursday. it will still be very cold with morning lows in the single only in the low to mid 20s. skies will be mostly cloudy on friday. right now we're tracking a system another round of snow into early saturday morning. we'll keep you posted.sunday looks dry but by late sunday night, the next system heads our way with ample moisture bringing in another chance for wintry precipitation early monday morning into the afternoon. we will have to watch temperatures closely with this system as it may start as rain and eventually turn to snow. wednesdaylight snow continues little to no accumulation wednesday nightbitterly cold low: 7mostly sunny skies unseasonably coldhigh: 24
breaking news out of middletown - a mother is found dead - after disappearing with her six-month-old. police say they found brittany russell dead in dayton, ohio. the baby is unharmed.the infant's father reported that russell convinced a baby-sitter into letting her take the child yesterday afternoon - claiming she would return later that night. russell did not have custody. when she did not return - police began looking for russell and that child. here is a photo from the scene in dayton - where russell's body was found. 9 on your side's butler and warren county reporter jay warren is digging into how this woman died. we'll bring any new information to you on air and on wcpo.com. six years in jail. that's the punishment handed down to the 43 year old who was babysitting and high on heroin
it was all part of a plea deal reached in hamilton county within the past hour. timyka artist is live with the reaction to the judge's decision. the judge was direct. the defendant was emotional holding her head down and crying most of the time. at one point she whispered the metz asked if she had anything to say. 43 year old kathy huff gave up her rights to trial and pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and felony child endangerment for causing the death of her 4 month old grandson. she admitted that she had been snorting heroine before she agreed to babysit the child for her daughter. the baby drowned after huff passed out while giving him bath. he was rushed to children children's hospital where he died 2 weeks later the judge agreed with state prosecutors that the nature of the crime commanded a prison sentence, but more importantly they all agreed with the defense that is she needs defense attorney charlie rittgers"both she and her family want her to receive
figured out she had a heroine addiction it was too late but she is ready to go into a treatment facility" in addition huff was given two concurrent years for theft and forgery in a separate case. she was convicted of stealing 2000 dollars from a client while she was a home health aid last year as part of the plea agreement she is not eligible for early release. right now police are searching for a driver who they say hit a 15-year-old girl who was on her way to school... and then took off.this just days after an 11-year old was seriously hurt by a driver who police say left the scene. jordan burgess is live with who did stick around to help the teen. this is a crosswalk here at reading and glenwood where you
signal.police tell us that the 15-year old had that signal.. but while she was in the crosswalk.. she was hit by a blue honda crv. police say the driver of that crv stopped for a moment.. and then got in the car and left. but officers tell us a nurse did get out and help the girl. she was taken to children's to be checked out.. but witnesses say it appeared that she was okay.police say the girl was headed to school.. the c-r-v.. a 1998 with ohio license plate g-r-w-8-2-2-9 was said by officers to be swerving in and out of traffic before hitting the girl.police say the tag area. right now police are out looking for that driver.. described as around 30 to 40 years old with a hoodie and facial hair.we're working on talking with the girl's family and the person who helped her.
two decisive wins in the new hampshire primary yesterday ... donald trump tops the republican candidates ... while senator bernie sanders beat out hillary clinton for the democratic delegates in the granite state. state.and it was a big night for ohio governor john kasich ...he said he needed a strong showing to continue his campaign for the presidential nomination ... and he got it. the governor came in 'second' with 15 point eight percent of the vote.trump received 35 point three percent ... and bernie sanders took the democratic win with 'sixty percent' of the vote. sot donald trump"we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before"sot bernie sanders "together we have sent a message that will echo from wall street to washington. next on the campaign trail are the democratic caucus in nevada and the republican
on february 20th. kasich's strong showing in new hampshire has us asking what comes next for the ohio governor's campaign ... 9 on your side's kristen swilley joins us live with more on his plans. south carolina is the focus today.but this year's super tuesday down south... nicknamed the sec primary... is less than three from now. kasich's top advisors say they're not resting on his success in new hampshire.... but preparing for an intense race for the nomination.... then the white house. john weaver ( 37-45) matt borges (1:13-1:22) sot: john weaver, 5 seconds "it was a fantastic night. and we get to enjoy it for about 30 minutes and then we're flying to south carolina."vo: governor kasich's senior strategist john weaver making it clear the hard work lies further down the campaign trail but those in his party still encouraged by how kasich's message played in new hampshire....including ohio republican chair matt borges. sot: matt borges 6 seconds"the governor had a great result. i think it helped to prove that his message is connecting with voters across the country."vo:
into votes in georgia, texas, arkansas, alabama, tennessee, virginia and oklahoma will take work. donald trump currently well ahead of his competitors in national polls. sot: john weaver, 7 seconds "the states that are down stream from new hampshire are not the same kind of hand to hand combat as here. they're bigger. they're more message oriented." vo: added pressure as the field is expected to narrow in the coming days and weeks.sot: matt borges, 11 seconds "we're going to see at least one fewer candidate in the race. it looks like governor christie is going to bow out. carly fiorina can't be far behind. ben carson's campaign is probably on life support." vo: another important step moving forward... a bigger team.sot: john weaver, 8 seconds "we have a very good organization of twelve staff people there now and by tomorrow afternoon there will be 200 volunteers and additional staff. sot: matt borges "probably more as we get down to the brass tax year of this race, we'll let voters have the decision of who they want to get behind." kasich will need every vote he can get. take a good look
into the south carolina republican primary based on the most recent polls compiled by five thirty eight dot com. they put donald trump at a 55 percent chance of winning....trailed by rubio, even cracking that critical top five. we have a full wrap of the new hampshire primary coming up in just a few minutes.. including who ended up in a three way tie. ohio's primary is in just about a month ... and next week is the deadline to make sure you are registered to vote in ohio.and if you're a g-o-p voter in kentucky, remember your caucus is scheduled for march 5-th. new details in the house fire that killed a hamilton hero. the timeline -- that's helping piece together what happened before patrick wolterman's death. fixing flint...a meeting of the minds to make water safe for michigan families.what the state's governor wants to help fight the crisis. you're watching 9 on your side
we're learning more today about a fire in hamilton that ended the life of a firefighter last year ... ...the initial report on the fire that killed hamilton firefighter patrick wolterman is now out.the 13 page report does 'not' give a second-by- second account of what happened in that burning home. it does pinpoint 1:25 a-m as the time firefighter wolterman fell through the floor into the basement. that was 14- minutes after a police officer reported seeing heavy smoke from the home on pater avenue back in december. the report also says wolterman was handling a "charged fire hose". according to our partners at the journal news ...the hamilton fire chief says the department will not release more... because it's part of an ongoing investigation. wolterman's death has been ruled a homicide ... and that fire is being investigated as an arson. house democrats in washington d-c will hold a hearing
crisis in flint.separately, michigan's governor will ask the state for nearly 200- million dollars to help solve flint's water crisis.but he's not ready to commit to replacement of all the pipes -- unlike mayor karen weaver. governor snyder has only committed to reviewing the mayor's proposal to replace all lead pipes in the city ... it's an estimated 55 million dollar project. a spokesman forthe governor says experts recommended that pipes be coated with a chemical to prevent corrosion before determining which lines should be replaced. coming up...a shake-up in the race for the white house.who got a big boost from last night's primary... and the candidate that could be headed home. and later... the woman accused of letting her grandchild die while she was high... makes a deal in court.what's next for
voters came out in near-record numbers in new hampshire.. shaking up both sides in the race for the white house. donald trump took the most republican delegates ...and despite suffering a huge double-digit defeat to senator bernie sanders ... hillary clinton says she will keep fighting. abc's elizabeth hur is in new york with the latest. voters.. looking for change came out in force last night.. giving huge wins to trump and sanders.. who just a year ago.. weren't even on the political radar. elizabeth pkg: trump: we want to thank the people of new hampshire." donald trump and bernie sanders.. rocketing out of new hampshire with resounding wins. sanders: "thank you new hampshire!"senator sanders.. the oldest candidate in the race... winning big with young voters.."we have sent a message that will echo from
trump.. on the phone on gma this morning.. crediting his huge win.. to the huge voter turnout.((trump phoner))"we were getting great signals we would have a rally and many-many people would show up many more than we ever anticipated."ohio governor john kasich finishing in second place.. is now believed to be the top contender in what's called "the establishment lane."kasich: "i absolutely do believe that i can......not only unify the party but i also believe i can bring back that blue collar democrat that was for reagan." and for iowa winner senator ted cruz.. florda governor jeb bush.. and senator marco rubio.. it was essentially a 3- way tie for third.now.. it's onto south carolina.. with hrc: "now we take this campaign to the entire country where we will fight for every vote in every state."elizabeth tag:on the republican side.. carly fiorina didn't fare much christie.. while he hasn't officially dropped out of the race.. we are told.. he is suspending campaigning.. for
another 1/2" to 1" of snow through the afternoon. skies begin to clear overnight but winds stay elevated which means wind chill values will dip below zero. temperatures bottom out around 7 degrees. finally, we get a break for some sunshine thursday. it will still be very cold with morning lows in the single digits and highs only in the low to mid 20s.skies will be mostly cloudy on friday. right now we're tracking a system that could bring another round of snow into early saturday morning. we'll keep you posted. sunday looks dry but by late sunday night, the next system heads our way with ample moisture bringing in another chance for wintry precipitation early monday morning into the afternoon. we will have to watch temperatures closely with this system as it may start as rain and eventually turn to snow. wednesdaylight snow continues little to no accumulationhigh: 19wednesday nightpartly cloudy bitterly coldlow: 7thursday mostly sunny skiesunseasonably coldhigh: 24thursday night
steve raleigh will be disappointed to hear it ... but he was 'not' named people magazine's 'sexiest dad alive.' instead ... that honor goes to 'ryan reynolds.' people magazine bestowed the title on the actor ... six years after it declared him the 'sexiest man alive.' reynolds became a dad in december as he and his wife, blake lively, welcomed their daughter, james.jimmy fallon announced the honor tuesday on "the tonight show," unveiling the magazine cover featuring reynolds. reynolds was on the show to promote his new movie, "deadpool."the 39 year old told 'people' having a daughter was a dream come true for him. we're following breaking news...a mother found dead -- after disappearing with her child! the middletown baby is safe... but what happened to that woman ?what we know at this hour. child hit...a teen trying to walk to school hit by a driver -- who took off!the search for
take the child yesterday afternoon - claiming she would return later that night. russell did not have custody. when she did not return - police began looking for russell and that child. here is a photo from the scene in dayton - where russell's body was found. 9 on your side's butler and warren county reporter jay warren is digging into how this woman died. we'll bring any new information to you on air and on wcpo.com. six years in jail. that's the punishment handed down to the 43 year old who was babysitting and high on heroin when her infant grandson drowned in a bathtub. it was all part of a plea deal reached in hamilton county within the past hour. hour.defendant kathy huff gave up her rights to trial and pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and felony child endangerment for causing the death of her 4 month old grandson. she admitted that she had been snorting heroin before she agreed to babysit the child for her daughter. the baby drowned after huff passed out while giving him a bath. he was rushed to children's hospital where he
agreed with state prosecutors that the nature of the crime commanded a prison sentence, but more importantly they all agreed with the defense that is crucial that she get the help she needs defense attorney charlie rittgers"both she and her family want her to receive help but by the time they figured out she had a heroine addiction it was too late but she is ready to go into a treatment facility" facility"in addition huff was given two concurrent years for theft and forgery in a separate case. she was convicted of stealing 2000 dollars from a client while she was a home health aid last year as part of the plea agreement she is 'not' eligible for early release. ohio governor john kasich is proud of a second place finish in new hampshire last night... but his team says this is only the beginning. beginning.south carolina is the focus today.but this year's super tuesday down south... nicknamed the sec primary... is less than three from now.kasich's top advisors, including senior
he is not resting on his success in new hampshire.... but preparing for an intense race for the nomination.... then possibly the white house. "the states that are downstream from new hampshire are not the same kind hand to hand combat as here. they're bigger. they're more message oriented. but we are a very good organization. 12 staff people there now and by tomorrow afternoon it will be 200 volunteers and additional staff." super tuesday is march 1st this year.it's nicknamed the sec primary... because it includes six southern states. an ohio man whose naked sprint down i-71 was captured on video last august is having his case postponed ... tracy martin is accused of causing a seven car accident on the interstate last year ... police say after the crash he took off running in the buff... they had to stop him with a taser.investigators believe he was impaired at the time.today in court a judge post-poned the next proceeding in his case to june thirteenth. right now police are searching
a 15-year-old girl who was on her way to school... and then took off. off.police tell us that the 15- year old had the walk signal on glenwood ave and reading raod.. but while she was in the crosswalk.. she was hit by a blue honda c-r-v. police say the driver of that crv stopped for a moment.. and then got in the car and left.but officers tell us a nurse did stop and help the girl.she was taken to children's to be checked out.. but witnesses say it appeared that she was okay. today city council is taking up the topic of 'dangerous intersections.... and asking the city to identify the riskiest areas for walkers and cyclers.they're hoping to find ways to make these streets 'safer' for everyone. everyone.one of the most vivid examples of the danger of some crosswalks is the video that captured 11-year-old london smith being hit by a car while crossing glenway avenue in west price hill last week.in a few hours cincinnati's city council is expected to pass a motion to have the city identify the most dangerous areas and come up with a plan
starts at two ... 9 on your side will be asking about the time frame for how long it will take to report on those most dangerous intersections. ... we'll bring you more starting on the now cincinnati at four. this morning people around the tri-state woke up early to head to church ... to mark the start of lent. lent.ash wednesday services are taking place across the world today ... at saint xavier church one of the first masses in the city took place early this morning ... hundreds of catholics came out to receive the mark of the cross on their foreheads ... a sign of their dedication to these next 40 days of fasting and penance. several churches canceled morning services due to the weather but plenty more are opening their doors throughout the day ... for a full schedule of services around the tri-state you can check w-c-p-o dot com. there are now 66 confirmed zika cases in the u-s. and as that number grows, concern grows as athletes prepare for the summer olympics in brazil
rapidly. abc's stephanie ramos has more. the rio olympics begin seven months from now. instead of worrying about their fitness levels, some top athletes are worried about the zika virus. soccer star hope solo helped lead team u-s-a to a world cup victory in 2015. but solo tells sports illustrated because of the risk of zika, she would skip the olympics if forced to make the choice today. "i would never take the risk of having an unhealthy child. i don't know when that day will come for jeremy and me, but i personally reserve my right to have a healthy baby."zika is spread by mosquitos and has been linked to a birth defect that causes babies to have abnormally small heads. the virus could stay in the system for about a week. but once it has left the body, the cdc does not believe it affects future pregnancies. still, solo says:"no athlete competing in rio should be faced with this dilemma."some say solo will not be the last to reconsider going to brazil christine brennan: women are 40 percent closing on 50 percent of the athletes going to the olympic and almost all of them are child bearing age. for now the u.s. olympic committee tells abc news it is "...closely monitoring the situation through the cdc..." and is passing on its recommendations to athletes. the good news for athletes concerned about the rio games is that by august the mosquito population will be decreased significantly by colder temperatures. the summer games are being held during what is winter in brazil.
a beloved member of the reds family has passed. bernie stowe became batboy for the reds back in 1947. 1947.he worked for them until his retirement in 2013.most recently, he managed the clubhouse.back in 2003 the reds named that clubhouse in stowe's honor. to the best man i know" (clapping) (clapping) according to 9 on your side's
the players truly loved bernie stowe. he's one of the top trending topics on twitter in cincinnati this morning. coming up ... kitchen confusion...products meant to keep your family safe -- are puzzling some tri-state families.why this smoke detector's packaging is deceiving... and what product is best for your home. you're watching 9 on your side
smoke detector confusion! a tri state man buys a kitchen smoke detector, only to learn it should not be used in the kitchen.9 on your side consumer reporter john matarese is on your side getting to the bottom of this....for your family's safety. safety. jan arnett hates the old smoke detector in his kitchen of his ft thomas home.he says it goes off whenever he singes something on the stove.... stove........even when the tea kettle whistles too long.so he was excited to find a new model kidde detector labeled specifically for kitchens. kitchens."one is listed for kitchen on the front of it, and it's also listed with a little steam kettle with steam coming out."but when he got it home, he read the back label, which appeared to say don't use it in the kitchen. huh? huh?"on the back it says do not put near a stove or kitchen which is the opposite of what is on the front." confused and frustrated, he returned it. it. so can you have a smoke detector in the kitchen?
long as you get the right type, and you don't put it directly over the stove." stove.""some of these new age smoke detectors actually have dual sensors. so its a photoelectric, and also has another sensor in there to reduce the amount of false positves so you can use it inside a kitchen and if you burn some toast or burn some bacon it's not going to be going off all the time." fire captain steve conn tells me the old ionization type detectors do not work well in kitchens. new photoelectrics, he says, will work in kitchens: they are not triggered by steam or burnt toast.arnett thinks kidde should change their packaging in that case...because they label clearly says keep it 10 feet from the stove. stove."in this house, 10 feet front door." i spoke with kidde, and a spokeswoman told me these smoke detectors are kithcen safe....especially in newer open kithens.just dont put them right next to a stove, so
money.john, help with our valentines day shopping later today? today?today starting at 5: avoid a rose ripoff. how to get the best flowers for less, and who has the best deals in the tri state.later today so you dont waste your money. depression treatment...doctors have a new -- and surprising way -- to help folks suffering from a common illness.the new
at noon valentine's day is right around the corner- and good news here-cincinnati is one of the 'best' cities in the country to woo your valentine. the finance site 'wallet hub' played cupid to find out which of the 100 biggest cities are the most romantic ... and budget friendly cincinnati ranked 31st overall ... we got high marks for our 'valentine's day activities' ... and apparently you won't have much trouble finding a box of chocolates or bouquet of roses becuse we ranked 'eighth' overall for 'gift accessibility.' plus our 'forecast' ranking won't leave you high and dry ... the queen city's weather was rated 'above average' for this time of year.one other thing ... 'cleveland' is ranked 98th out of 100 ... making it one of the 'worst' cities for this huggiest of holidays ... so ... even in your loneliest moments, lovebirds, remember this ... you don't live in cleveland, you live in cincinnati!
love never 'did' run smooth ... at least, not in cleveland. in healthy living today ...a top doctors' group is issuing new guidelines for the treatment of major depressive disorder... and what they say may surprise you.with more, here's abc news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson. antidepressants? are among the most commonly prescribed medications in this country? past statistics suggest that more than one in ten americans take them.but now? a new treatment guideline from the american college of physicians, one of the nation's top doctors' groups? suggests that a specialized form of talk therapy -- called cognitive behavioral therapy -- may be just as good against a type of depression known as major depressive disorder. depression is a common disease. the national institute of mental health estimates that nearly seven percent of the adult population has experienced a major depressive episode in the last year? making this potentially delibitating the most common illnesses physicians.guidelines? are the result extensive review of conducted over the last since this talk not have the typical
tolerate can rest assured that there is a for their doctor to offer help.with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. let's turn to your forecast now with a live look from skycam 9. 9.i'm joined now by meteorologist jennifer ketchmark... some snow squalls today could drop visibility and bring some light snow, causing travel issues. most areas won't see any measurable snow amounts. however, some isolated locations could receive another 1/2" to 1" of snow
winds stay elevated which means wind chill values will dip below zero. temperatures bottom out around 7 degrees. finally, we get a break for some sunshine thursday. it will still be very cold with morning lows in the single digits and highs only in the low to mid 20s.skies will be mostly cloudy on friday. right now we're tracking a system that could bring another round of snow into early saturday morning. we'll keep you posted. sunday looks dry but by late sunday night, the next system heads our way with ample moisture bringing in another chance for wintry precipitation early monday morning into the afternoon. we will have to watch temperatures closely with this system as it may start as rain and eventually turn to snow. wednesdaylight snow continues little to no accumulationhigh: 19wednesday nightpartly cloudy bitterly coldlow: 7thursday mostly sunny skiesunseasonably coldhigh: 24thursday night
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later today at 4 on the now cincinnati...a new harry potter book! find out when you can expect it to be released. released.increasing concern...the impact the zika virus is having on travel around the world. world. do you hate those small seats on planes? you're not alone.. see who wants to make it against the law.join tanya o'rourke and me for the now cincinnati... today at 4. your forecast. that's 9 on your side at noon