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in this mason neighborhood she was simply the friendly woman who often waved hello they did everything in their power to save her including trying to get through that door and calling 911. warren county 911 where is your emergency? yeah theres a house on fire on broadview court. you guys might wanna hurry up cause its pretty bad. i feel horrible cause theres someone there. i can tell theres someone there. there.now mason fire hasnt confirmed a name or released a possible cause for this fire they responded to around 2 am. most of the fire as you can see was concentrated in the bedroom of the room. i spoke to a neighbor who says he tried to reach this woman with no luck. sot: 14 seconds, aballah door, tried to open... tried to help the people inside. i couldn't open it. when i opened it, i saw a
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again, were still waiting to learn more about an official cause for this deadly fire. reporting live in mason... kristen swilley...9 on your side. again, were to learn more about an for this deadly fire. in mason... swilley...9 on your side. that's the second fatal fire in the tri-state in two days. today we could learn the name of the man killed yesterday in a house fire in springfield township.firefighters struggled to get inside because the entryways were blocked from the inside.after two hours - fire crews found the man dead inside his kitchen. here's a first check of your
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happening right now- dayton kentucky police have arrested a juvenile in connection with a school threat, made yesterday, that shut down schools, today.
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just talked to the superintendent about the arrest- he's live in dayton-t.j.? superintendent jay brewer says dayton police made the arrest a couple of hours ago. although he says the student is a juvenile, he's not saying whether or not he's a student. brewer tells us the district media, last night. no specific school was targeted.bomb sniffing dogs from n-k-u and buildings- last night.and just to be sure- they did close all of the schools- today. this is brewers fourth year as superintendent. he says this is the first time they've ever had to close for something like this. jay brewer//dayton indpendent schools superintendent31:30 working with the police department for most of the evening last night and through the morning the decision as we're going to do the safety route for our staff and students brewer says no one else was
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will be open, tomorrow. live your side. a hamilton county sheriff's deputy escapes serious injuries after his cruiser is hit on a busy road. road.it happened just before six on beechmont avenue... on the levee between mount washington and linwood.this is video coming into our newsroom from the scene.the patrol car's door was nearly ripped off.but the good news... that deputy wasn't injured.there's no word on the driver who hit the deputy's patrol car... or a description of that vehicle. today we're expecting to get an update on how much body cameras could cost the cincinnati police department. department.this morning the department made a presentation to the city council's law and public safety committee.cpd plans to test several different cameras over the next few months.they hope to have as many as 600 cameras on the streets by this summer. we'll have more for you on what we learned from that presentation coming up
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new information today on the trial date set for a former xavier women's basketball coach ... accused of sexual assault. assault.brian mckey's bench trial in kenton county is expected to start march 21st. the 29 year old has pleaded not guilty to a charge of third-degree sexual assault... he's accused of groping a student at his home last may. he resigned his position at the university of maryland as an assistant coach after the allegation surfaced. a tri-state man charged with a murder in bond hill two weeks ago appeared in court this morning.police say this man... william chambers... shot cameron clemmons outside an apartment on franklin avenue. police say clemmons was shot five times... but investigators haven't yet revealed the reason for the shooting.a judge arraigned chambers on 250-thousand dollars bond. a major storm on the east coast is snowing people in ... we've got a look at the winter
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and ... for the first time in decades travelers could soon make regular trips to cuba ... how the u-s is opening up relations with havana today. plus ... stars and songs ... the dazzling performances and memorable moments from the grammy awards. you're watching 9 on your side
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right now a storm system stretching from north carolina to maine is causing travel trouble that's rebounding across the country. take a look at the flight aware misery map ... you can see delays and cancellations are affecting some of the busiest travel hubs like new york and d-c.miami is pretty full of misery right now too.a check of flights at cincinnati northern kentucky international airport shows planes headed to destinations like charlotte and boston are experiencing delays. for more on how that east coast storm is having an
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turn to abc's elizabeth hur reporting out of new york. elizabeth intro:from snow and ice.. to more than a dozen reported this storm packed it all.. multiple states across hundred miles.script:this morning.. weather service will be on the ground.. looking into 17 reported tornadoes from florida to louisiana.. that left homes and businesses damaged and destroyed.. roofs ripped off buildings and.. debris strewn across streets and nearby water!((nats)) further north.. the mix of *snow and ice* meant a busy morning for emergency crews.. responding to over 2000 wrecks in 24 hours across 17 states.. more than 500 accidents in virginia alone.. and it wasn't just cars.. unable to get traction..take a look at these pedestrians in north carolina.. just trying to make it down the street without slipping.((sot)) traveler "you couldn't step at all. i stepped out and actually just slid all the way to curb."the slick conditions also leaving those flying.. miserable. hundreds of flights have already been canceled today.. with the storm battering the
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some 200 travelers spent more than 3 hours on a plane.. without heat or air conditioning because their flight to florida was delayed because of weather...then maintenance issues.. in north carolina.. some passengers.. still stranded.. are taking it all in stride. ((sot)) tom schneider, illinois "two cancelled flights and now a third cancelled flight out of charlotte to laguardia.."// you got to live with it." ((sot)) traveler "but whatever, it's an adventure, keeping it positive."liz hur tagand those travel delays not over yet.. forecasters say more rain and possibly up to a foot of snow in parts of new york and pennsylvania are still on the way. coming up ... an accused serial killer's trial is about to begin ...why reporters nicknamed this alleged murderer "the grim sleeper." plus ... a sour note ...how one superstar's performance at the grammy's didn't go quite
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[content sigh] ah, excuse me? mr. jones? hi. already? you booked an appointment. i just started cookin. we at time warner cable need to apologize to you. i haven't even started to bronze yet. we no longer give you an excuse to work all day perfecting your tan. starting to even it out. we're making a bunch of changes at time warner cable. including one-hour arrival windows. we'll also tell you how long
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you're watching 9 on your side at noon short forecast tease.i'll have the complete check of your nine first warning forecast in
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a man charged with killing ten people in murders spanning three decades is going on trial today in los angeles. angeles.lonnie david franklin- junior is an accused serial killer ... nicknamed "the grim sleeper" by the l-a press.it's in reference to the long period of apparent inactivity between killings - 13 years apart.the first murders tied to franklin were in 19-85.the victims ranged in age from 15 to 35.the 63-year-old former garbage collector and police garage attendant has pleaded
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seeking the death penalty. the trial is expected to last two to three months. the case has led to a documentary and made-for-tv movie. looking forward to a vacation? you'll soon be able to head to 'cuba' ... thanks to an agreement signed today between the u-s and the island country. country.american officials are traveling to havana today to sign a pact that restores scheduled airline service between the two countires for the first time in more than 50 years.airlines still have to apply for permission from regulators to fly one of the 30 round-trip daily flights allowed under the agreement. the transportation department says it expects to decide this summer which airlines will get those routes. this year's grammy awards were jam- packed with something for just about everyone.from awards.. to performances.. to tributes.. and even a few throwbacks.abc's jason nathanson was there: script:the top prize, album of the year, went to taylor
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woman to win that prize twice, and in an empowering acceptance speech she said to all young women out there don't let others try to take credit for your accomplishments rapper kendrick lamar won the most awards on the night, 5, but couldn't break out of the rap category with his album to pimp a butterfly. though his performance was probably most impactful a tearful meghan trainor took best new artist record of the year went to mark ronson and bruno mars' uptown funk. song of the year, a songwriting award, went to ed sheeran's thinking out loud - he won his first two grammys monday nightbut there were some head scratching moments - audio issues during adele's performance - an errant guitar bleeding through - and the singer hit some rare sour notes and where was rihanna? she was listed on our rundown backstage, but had to pull out at the last minute, because of
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than ever this year, so many big names dying recently - lady gaga's musical ode to david bowie perhaps the most memorablethe eagles and jackson brown got together to remember glenn freyand stevie wonder and pentatonix honored earth wind and fire's maurice whiteother awards on the country side - best album traveled over to chris stapleton and traveler - he said taylor swift gave him a present before going on stage (glitter cut)best rock album went to muse for drones. the weekend won a couple, louis c.k. took home best comedy album - even former president jimmy carter got in on the action, winning best spoken word album. backstage at the grammys, jason nathanson, abc
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fog has been slow to completely lift but visibility at the surface is good. skies will continue to be overcast and temperatures 10 degrees or so below normal today. highs are expected in the mid 30s. a quick moving clipper system evening but it currently looks will miss the tri-state.we'll keep the clouds hanging around again on wednesday along with the chance for a few afternoon flurries. temperatures top out around 38 degrees for another below average day. but a warm up is coming!temperatures return to seasonal levels on thursday with a high of 430f and partly cloudy skies. winds and this will help out high temperatures jump to the upper 50s for a beautiful end to the work week.tuesdaycloudy skies clipper passes to our south high: 36tuesday nightflurries overcast skieslow: 29wednesday cloudy skiesflurrieshigh: 38
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coming up ... battling a hepititis epidemic ...how one northern kentucky county is trying to reach out to heroin
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a small town in canada's
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is getting into style ...by 'finally' getting a hairdresser. hairdresser.the town of "norman wells" is home to nearly 800 people ... but not a single one of them knows the barber trade. the closest one, in fact, lives a 17 hour drive away.but after people got the word out about their hairy plight thanks to a story on the national news ... a hairdresser who lives more than 930 miles away offered his services. he'll be moving to the town and setting up shop later this month.he's not the only one ... a town official said hairdressers from as far away as south africa had contacted them to offer help. feeling a little nutty?today's national almond day. almonds are apparently good for your heart and your waistline ...they're packed with vitamin e, magnesium, and fiber.it's also national "do a grouch a favor" day ...so our producer tory should have a 'great' day.
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scout cookie season is officially in full swing across the nation. in sacramento california ... nearly 15-hundred volunteers pitched in at a girl scout cookie drop.about 68,000 cases - a total of more than 800,000 packages - were handed out. reporter: "why are thin mints the best?"girl scout: "because they have chocolate. i love chocolate." --butted with-- reporter: "you got how much you're picking up today?' raymond clark: "427 cases." cases."girl scout cookie season ends march 2nd ... so hurry up and find that coworker with their kid's order form! a deadly fire overnight in mason ...what a neighbor says he tried to do to save the victim's life. and ... students, stay home!a threat leads to cancelled classes at a northern kentucky school ...who police say they believe is responsible. and ...a former president is back on the campaign trail ... what jeb bush hopes his 'brother' will do for his push
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a search for answers today after a deadly fire overnight in mason.firefighters combed through the partially collapsed home looking for clues after responding to the fire around 2 a-m. they tell us the fire was mostly concentrated in the back bedroom of the home.neighbors say they did everything in their power to try and save the victim.mason fire
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the name of the person who died ...9 on your side spoke to a neighbor who says he tried to reach the victim with no luck. sot: 14 seconds, aballah abdelrahman "i knocked the door, tried to open... tried to help the people inside. i couldn't open it. when i opened it, i saw a lot of smoke and called 911." again, were still waiting to learn more about an official cause for this deadly fire. happening right now- dayton kentucky police have arrested a juvenile in connection with a school threat, made yesterday, that shut down schools, today. superintenden t jay brewer says dayton police made the arrest a couple of hours ago. although he says the person in custody is a juvenile, he's not saying whether he's a student. jay brewer//dayton indpendent schools superintendent31:30 working with the police department for most of the evening last night and through the morning the decision as we're going to do the safety
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brewer says no one else was involved. he tell us schools will be open tomorrow. happening today... we'll learn about the effectiveness of recent campaigns at fighting gun violence in the city of cincinnati. both federal and local law enforcement will talk about more than a dozen cases that are the result of anti- violence programs. nine on your side will cover that 1:30. this morning more than 4 thousand cases of clean water headed out to flint, michigan, thanks to some tri-state students. students.over the weekend, the southwest local school district in harrison collected the water at kroger and and harrison junior school.today they loaded onto a donated semi and hit the road for flint. rebuilding is already happening in rabbit hash.you still won't see hammers or nails at what used to be the general store in the small boone county town. town.but the historical society that owns it is already talking to an architect.as you probably already know...the store burned this weekend.it's on
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historic places - but some of it will need to be saved to stay on that list. it just like you get a new body, right? you get a new body, but you have the same heart, you have the same heartbeat. you get aa different model, just changing it out for a different model. model.some of the historic signs on the outside of the building have been saved.the proprietor of the store wants to have a makeshift store in the barn where dances are held...and would like to keep the behind the stove music series going during renovation. grant county is supporting a needle exchange program ... to try and curb the spread of hepatitis c.the northern kentucky health department says the region saw more than 11-hundred new cases in 20-15 ... among the highest infection rate in the country. country.yesterday the grant county fiscal court approved a resolution starting a needle exchange.that exchange is planned to operate out of the grant county health center in williamstown.health officials say the heroin epidemic has
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hepatitis c epidemic... and they hope offering clean needles and treatment to addicts will stop the spread of the disease. if you want to vote in ohio's primary next month ... today is the 'last day' to register to vote. vote.early voting for the march fifteenth primary starts tomorrow.if you're not sure if you're registered ... you can check your status at 'can i vote dot org'.kentucky's democratic primary is coming up on march fifth ... the state's republicans will caucus on that date. ohio senator rob portman is joining his fellows in the g-o-p ... who say a new member of the u-s supreme court shouldn't be appointed until after the electoin in november. most republicans in the senate say they'll outright oppose any nominee president obama puts forward. portman tweeted out ..."i believe the best thing for the country is to trust the american people to weigh in on who should make a life time appointment that could reshape the supreme court for generations."two democrats campaigning against
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november say he's disregarding the constitution. the next set of tests for presidential hopefuls is just around the corner. for the democrats, the nevada caucuses are just four days away --while republicans will be at the polls in south carolina on saturday...and the race is getting even hotter with the entrance of some former presidents. here's abc's lana zak. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are making their appeal to african american voters--nats clintonnats sanderswhile two former presidents are hitting the stump for their familiesnats and both have something to say about the republican front-runner, donald trump: sot- george w. bush in my experience, the strongest person usually isn't the loudest one in the room. president george w bush, stumping for brother jeb in south carolina, reminded voters not to count a bush out...sot- george w. bush i've
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my life. and on the democratic side, an animated hillary clinton had a suggestion for how to handle the republicans.... sot - hillary clintonwe need to get that dog and follow them around and every time they say these things, like, oh, you know, the great recession was caused by too much regulation - arf arf arf arf - you know?!while in florida an equally animated trump supporter interrupted president bill clinton.nats - you took his money!sot - bill clintoni took his money for my foundation, where i used it better than he's using it now," those donations to clinton, one of the reasons ted cruz says republicans cannot trust trump's conservative credentials. sot-ted cruz if you live 50 years of your life and you've never done or said or written anything to prove you're conservative. you ain't. lana zak tag: trump continues to go hard after his republican opponents today. saying on gma that cruz's iowa win should be taken away from him and doubling down on his -quote- "serious" consideration of suing cruz over what he's calling campaign lies. lz abc n, w
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news breaking out of the united nations just over an hour ago ..the security council announced that former u-n secretary general "boutros boutros-ghali" has died. died.boutros-ghali was an egyptian politician and diplomat ...he served as the u-n secretary general from 1992 to 1996 ... overseeing the united nations through several world crises, including the break-up of yugoslavia and the rwandan genocide.his death was announced at a meeting of the security council this morning. he was 93. do your cable bills keep going up?9 on your side consumer reporter john matarese is here with why you might be paying more money for the same services! and ... are you risking dementia ... by controlling your heartburn?who scientists say could be hurting their brain ... by taking common medications! you're watching 9 on your side
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a popular class of heartburn medications 'might' raise your risk of dementia as you get older. older.the claims are about "proton pump inhibitors" ... like prilosec, nexium, and prevacid.german researchers found that people 75 and older who regularly take those medications had a 44 percent increased risk of dementia ... compared with seniors who don't use the drugs.the study cautions it only found an association ... and it's not
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link. check your cable, dish, or fioptics bill lately?chances are it's gone up again for 2016.consumer reporter john matarese is on your side with the reasons why....and some things you can do to bring it back down again. when fiber arrived in larry weaver's neighborhood 2 years ago....he made the switch from cable.cincinnati bell was offering a great deal on fioptics here in fairfield township. township."it was $131 a month." that included tv, wholehouse dvr,internet, and home phone. but then his promotion ended, and the rate hikes began. began."it went from 131 to 141 to 189 in a period of 3 months."his latest bill is over 200 dollars.weaver is among the growing number of frustrated cable, fiber, and satellite customers.all those services are rising an average of 4 percent in 2016, according to bloomberg news, for three main reasons:1. higher fees for modem and dvr rental.2. increases in
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new sports channel surcharges, even if you never watch sports. sports.so what are your options? you can always call and say you are going to a competitor, to lower your rate. that can work to an extent, but after a while it gets tiring."----------so how can you cut your costs?-- buy an antenna for your local channels, like 9 on your side. --then ask about "basic" high speed internet: cincinnati bell and time warner both have starter plans around $20 a month.--you can then look into roku, apple tv, google tv and other web streaming services....so you can watch netflix and other shows.larry is very happy with his service from cincinnati bell but.... but...."i can understand the price going up due to the cost of business, but the rate seems to be a bit much." and john will be back today starting at 5.....with a very interesting story!if gas drops to a dollar, will you be able to fill up for free at kroger? plus: how to check your tax
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struggling to find motivation to hit the gym?we'll tell you why you should look inside your 'wallet' for willpower. and ... the macy's artswave sampler is back!where you can enjoy the work of local artists ... and inspire your
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you're watching 9 on your side at noon how's your new year's resolution to exercise more holding up? need a tip to keep going? you might not want to hear this ... but punishing your budget might be the answer.with more, here's abc news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnson. looking fitter? feeling healthier. sounded good right around january first. but relying just on will power is only one way of holding fast to your last round of new years resolutions. if you're looking for motivation, look to your wallet, and ask yourself this question: what's more likely to work: being paid to work out? or having to pay someone else if you don't?you may not like the answer.researchers at johns hopkins studied nearly three hundred obese people? to see which of the two strategies made them more likely to meet their daily exercise goal: seven thousand steps. some received a cash reward when they met the goal. others had
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didn't. the penalty situation was significantly more motivating.it's just what behavioral economists have long claimed? people are most strongly motivated to avoid feelings of loss or regret.so when it comes to your exercise goals? consider asking a friend or loved one to hold you accountable? and come up with a penalty so it will cost you to be lazy. less carrot, more stick -- a bit of financial pain? might pay dividends for your health.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
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fog has been slow to completely lift but visibility at the surface is good. skies will continue to be overcast and temperatures 10 degrees or so below normal today. highs are expected in the mid 30s. a quick moving clipper system will pass to our south this evening but it currently looks like any of this rain/snow mix will miss the tri-state.we'll keep the clouds hanging around again on wednesday along with the chance for a few afternoon flurries. temperatures top out around 38 degrees for another below average day. but a warm up is coming!temperatures return to seasonal levels on thursday with a high of 430f and partly cloudy skies. winds shift to the south of friday and this will help out high temperatures jump to the upper 50s for a beautiful end to the work week.tuesdaycloudy skies clipper passes to our south high: 36tuesday nightflurries overcast skieslow: 29wednesday cloudy skiesflurrieshigh: 38 wednesday nightmostly cloudy
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art is taking over greater cincinnati yet again.. the macys arts sampler presented by artswave is back.. and celebrating its 30th year. rebecca bromels is here to tell us all about it. - the macy's arts sampler turns 30 this year ... but for people who don't know about it ... can you give us the rundown?- how
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arts organizations?- give us some examples of what people
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friendly or date night activity?- when?anything you
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a look out over the city from the nine on your side skycam. we'll have a final check of
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later today at 4 on the now cincinnati...retire rich--even if you have nothing saved up. the ways you can start stashing cash now now big oil countries are planning to freeze production. the impact to the price you'll pay at the pump. pump. and it's a electric car with all the bells and whistles at
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the new tesla on the way.join 4. let's get one last check of
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that's 9 on your side at noon for this xx.we'll see you again at four for the now cincinnati. cincinnati.and don't forget - keep 9 on your side - at your side - everywhere you go.
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