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good morning tri-state.i'm kathrine nero. nero.i'm chris riva live in madison, as we follow the latest in a school shooting there that left 4 students injured, and another in police custody.first let's check in with meteorologist jennifer ketchmark. jennifer calls for graphic full at keyshowers and storms will develop after 10 a.m. and will be their strongest through 4 p.m. damaging wind gusts are possible along with downpours as these storm pass. highs reach the mid 50s before
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we are just hours from possibly learning a motive in a school shooting that rattled the tri-state.the suspect will make his first appearance in juvenile court, accused of opening fire in the madison high cafeteria during lunch. lunch.chris riva, was at the school just after the shooting ...and is live there once again this morning. adlib
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austin hancock, faces felony attempted murder charges. police say he shot 15-year-old cameron smith and 14-year-old cooper caffery.they're in the hospital, doing okay this morning - well enough to have received visitors who say the two are in high spirits.two more students were hurt by flying shrapnel.we know at least one was just grazed. my colleague, jordan burgess, joins us live from the butler county juvenile justice center where austin hancock will be in a few hours. hours. that's what everyone wants answers to this morning.. as that 14-year-old suspect prepares for his first court appearanceinvestigators say they have a possible motive but friends seem to be at a loss as to why he would do this.
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year-old austin hancock is said to be on the wrestling team and described as a normal student.we talked to a girl who was sitting with him in the cafeteria.she says someone made a comment about having a problem with another student.. and hancock said do you want me to shoot him.that's when she says he pulled out a gun and started shooting.. before telling her goodbye as he headed toward the door. "he was a really good friend - he came to school happy everyday - i dont know if he had any bullying issues - i had any bullying issues - i didn't know of anyone bullying him - he was cool with everyone, that i knew" hancock expected in court here at 8-30 this morning.the most serious charges against him.. two counts of attempted murder.. and two felonious assault charges.reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on
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wrapand in just a few minutes, we're going to learn more about what's planned here today at madison high school.there are no classes, but there is work being done. the madison school district isn't the only one dealing with a gun in school. a middletown student was also arrested after a teacher was told he had a hangun in his backback. middletown locked down its schools when the shooting in madison took
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lifted... a student came forward to told a teacher about the gun. school officials say the student will be suspended after a hearing. breaking overnight.two children are safe in northern kentucky, after police officers found them walking on the brent spence bridge. officials say they ran away from the nearby children's home of northern kentucky and tried to cross the bridge into ohio.they're back at the home this morning. showers and storms will develop after 10 a.m. and will be their strongest through 4 p.m. damaging wind gusts are possible along with downpours as these storm pass. highs reach the mid 50s before
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it's something we keep hearing over and over again. again.you never think it's going to happen to you. you.reaction to the madison school shooting.how the community is coping this morning. it's the biggest delegate grab of the primary season!a lot will be revealed tonight, when super tuesday comes to a
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adlibback live at madison high school.reeling from a shooting in the cafeteria less than 24 hours ago that injured 4 students.no class today, but there is work to be done i want to bring in my colleague, kristen swilley. this school is closed today to students while the staff meets and tries to figure out how to move forward. yesterday could have turned
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school resource officer not been nearby and the other members of law enforcement not been there to catch the shooter.this morning thomas hall, the son of the madison senior high school resource officer kent hall says his dad...like the rest of the community...is taking the shooting hard...but is strong. and thomas, who graduated from madison last year and is a township trustee is just glad things didn't end much worse. thomas hall "you never think it's going to happen to you. you really don't. and i think when i was at the debriefing at the fire house one of the things i said was you don't get trained for situations like this. you get trained and then it just kind of clicks." again, staff members in school today to figure out how to move forward. reporting live...kristen swilley...9 on your side.
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chris, butler county sheriff richard jones really praised madison schools for how it handled the shooting? shooting?yes, he said the school followed its security plan well. every school in ohio is required to file a plan for dealing with emergencies and disaster. disaster. the district was also very aggressive in using social media to keep parents up to date.
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develop after 10 a.m. and will be their strongest through 4 p.m. damaging wind gusts are possible along with downpours as these storm pass. highs reach the mid 50s before falling quickly this afternoon. it's a make or break day for some on the campaign trail. trail. let's make america whole
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it is super tuesday.the biggest voting day of the year leading up to the general election. election. voters in a dozen states and a u-s territory will go to the polls today with 16-hundred and 10 delegates at stake.no states in the tri-state vote today.
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frontrunner donald trump from paying a visit to columbus today.other candidates are focusing on super tuesday state-by-state, including senator ted cruz, who's hoping to win big in his home state of texas. cruz "let me tell the men and women of texas this, i will not compromise away your religious liberty rights."hrc - i don't think america has ever stopped being great. let's make america whole sanders "now it is time for political revolution." revolution."9 on your side will have super tuesday coverage for you as the numbers roll in tonight.it's a make or break for some candidates.we have you covered
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toss to weather weather showers and thunderstorms are returning to the tri-state today and there's a chance that a few could turn severe. clouds will increase this morning and isolated showers begin around lunchtime. then, a more defined area of stronger showers and storms will push east across the tri- state through 4 p.m. this is when we could see damaging wind gusts and an isolated tornado. the storm prediction center has most of the tri- state in a marginal risk of severe storms, but still has the slight risk for our southern and eastern counties. highs reach the mid 50s by 2 p.m. and then temperatures fall quickly this afternoon. we'll eventually see a rain to snow transition overnight. a
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with little to no accumulation. worries on the roads for the wednesday morning rush. yet another chance of light snow but it will change over quickly to rain here in the tri-state. we are still tracking this system, so we'll let you know
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just one main guy - supplying an entire village with heroin!where police in
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wmax fullshowers and storms will develop after 10 a.m. and will be their strongest through 4 p.m. damaging wind gusts are possible along with downpours as these storm pass. highs reach the mid 50s before falling quickly this afternoon. new this morning.a cincinnati man heads to court in clermont county today on a charge of trafficking heroin. heroin.investigators say charles crosty is the main supplier of heroin to the village of new richmond.when they took him into custody, they say crossty had more than 37-hundred dollars worth of
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tracking your chance for severe weather on this tuesday morning.meteorologist jennifer ketchmark is timing out the threat. 2300 shelby: i heard the gunshot go off and then i saw one of the kids go down and grab the leg and fall a local teenager will make his first court appearence today. what we've learned about the madison school shooting supspect this morning. good morning tri-state.i'm kathrine nero. nero.i'm chris riva live in madison, as we follow the latest in a school shooting there that left 4 students injured, and another in police custody. custody.first let's check in
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ketchmark. showers and storms will develop after 10 a.m. and will be their strongest through 4 p.m. damaging wind gusts are possible along with downpours as these storm pass. highs reach the mid 50s before
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traffic students at madison local schools will not report to class today.the community is still shaken up after police say a student opened fire in the high school cafeteria during lunch yesterday. yesterday.here's a live look from above the school from chopper 9.dan carroll, can you talk a little bit about what you saw as it unfolded? unfolded? the student, charged in the
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hancock, faces felony attempted murder charges. he'll be in court today.police say he shot 15-year-old cameron smith and 14-year-old cooper caffery.they're in the hospital, doing okay this morning - well enough to have madison local schools will class today.is still shaken up after student the high school during lunch yesterday. yesterday.look from above the school from chopper 9.dan carroll, can you talk a little bit about what you saw as it unfolded? unfolded? the student, charged in the case, 14-year-old austin hancock, faces felony attempted charges. he'll be in police say he old cameron smith and 14-cooper they're in the hospital, this morning - well enough to have visitors who say the two are in high spirits.two more students were hurt by flying shrapnel.we know at least one was just grazed.
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my co-anchor, chris riva, is live at the school this morning.
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burgess, joins us live from the butler county juvenile justice center where austin hancock will be in a few hours. hours. right now that suspect is charged as a juvenile.but since he's 14.. and facing felony charges he could be transferred to adult court. those who know austin hancock say he seemed like a normal kid.he was on the wrestling team.friends say he had recently broken up with a girlfriend but aren't sure if that had anything to do with this shooting.we talked to one friend who says he's known
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thought of him as a good student.he watched him pull out a gun.. and he says cock it sideways as he fired at classmates. "the first one, like, the first one is where everyone turned around. then like three seconds later, he shot three more, or four more." more." "he was a normal kid. i played football with him in the fifth grade. he was pretty normal." hancock is expected in court at 8-30 this morning.. reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on your side. showers and storms will develop after 10 a.m. and will be their strongest through 4 p.m. damaging wind gusts are possible along with downpours as these storm pass. highs reach the mid 50s before
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keep an open dialouge. dialouge.that's just one thing you can do for your child in the midst of tragedy.other ways to help kids deal with shooting. apple executives are celebrating a win in court. what a judge in the "big"
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we used to be able to say 'oh that doesn't happen very often, or that happens far away from here'. but the fact of the matter is that's not true anymore. when school shootings happen, like the one at madison high, parents often find themselves searching for the right things to say to their children.how to talk about what happened, and cope with the stress. 9 on your side spoke with a child pyschologist at cincinnati children's hospital. she says the first step is to start a conversation with your child.ask them if they have fears.and identify teachers or people at school who can help them feel safe when you can't be there.
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"you're watching good morning tri-state at 6 on 9 on your side!" adlib today -the apple - f-b-i battle goes to congress.both sides wll testify at a hearing, a day after apple scored a win in new york court. court.a federal judge says apple doesn't have to help the feds in a case there.right now, agents are pressuring apple to break into 13 iphones across the country -including the phone belonging to one of the san bernardino shooters. the first of it's kind.google says one of its self-driving vehicles has been involved in
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a city bus hit the car but it happend "after" the car switched lanes unexpectantly. it's the company's first admission that one of its cars played a part in causing a crash. that's not deterring people from self driving cars though. according to triple "a".nearly two thirds of americans want a couple things added to their next car:adaptive cruise controlself-parkingand lane- keeping assist. a supreme court justice breaks his decade of silence. silence.justice clarence thomas just asked his first question during oral arguments in more than ten years.the case concerns a federal law that bans people convicted of domestic violence from owning guns.it comes just two weeks after the death of his conservative colleague antonin scalia... which has left a noticeable void during oral arguments.it's the first time
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temperatures fall quickly this afternoon. we'll eventually see a rain to snow transition overnight. a few isolated snow showers will come down as we head into wednesday morning with little to no accumulation. this means no worries on the roads for the wednesday morning rush. thursday will bring yet another chance of light snow but it will change over quickly to rain here in the tri-state. we are still tracking this system, so we'll
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alleged school shooter facing felonies.the 8th grader accused of gunning down several classmates is set to appear before a judge. judge.the charges that austin hancock will answer to in just a few hours... and what the staff of madison high school is doing to help the healing. super tuesday.it's make or break time for several candidates.where the votes are *already* being tallied... and
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2215: mom: i'm glad i'm a praying momma that's what i'm glad about abouta focus on healing.today,
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shooting that left 4 children hurt. my co-anchor, chris riva, has been at the school all morning long.chris, there's no class today? that's right.no class here today but staff will meet to focus on moving forward, once the students do come back. back.less than 24 hours ago, police say 14-year-old austin hancock opened fire in the madison high school cafeteria, hitting 15-year-old cameron smith and 14-year-old cooper caffery.they're in the hospital, doing okay this morning.two more students were hurt by flying shrapnel. hancock faces felony attempted murder charges. 9 on your side will be there.
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the madison school district isn't the only one dealing with guns at school. a middletown student is also facing charges this morning after authorities say he had a gun in his backpack.as you'll recall... all middletown schools went into lockdown after the shooting in madison. when that lockdown was lifted... a student came forward and told a teacher about the gun. school officials say that student will be suspended. breaking overnight.two northern kentucky children are safe... after police officers find them walking on the brent spence bridge.officials say they ran away from a nearby children's home and tried to cross the bridge into ohio. they're back at home this morning. the first "super tuesday" ballots have already been cast...not here in america...
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zealand.*american ex-pats who are registered democratics voted last night inside this wellington bar.28 votes were cast... with 21 going to bernie sanders and just six for hillary clinton.if you're a republican living abroad, you're out of luck.the party *don't* have a program for out-of-country voters. stay with 9 on your side for continuing coverage of super tuesday.we'll have the results as they come in later tonight on 9 at your side at 11 p-m. and we'll have a complete wrap tomorrow morning... right here on good morning tri-state. if at first you don't succeed. that's what the backers of a new marijuana ballot initiative are thinking this morning.the "marijuana policy project" will release details on its new initiative later this morning in columbus. unlike issue three... this one would only legalize *medical* marijuana.it wold also allow both large and small scale marijuana grows.just over 300- thousand signatures are needed by july 6th to get it on
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a california family is picking up the pieces this morning after a big rig slammed into their home.the semi was hauling gravel when it careened into the front of the house yesterday in san carlos. that's near san francisco.one person was hurt... and officials say the crash caused a diesel fuel spill u-s astronaut scott kelly is getting ready to come home after nearly a year in space. space."i would like to relinquish command of the international space station to my friend and colleague here tim kopra." kopra."that's kelly... turning over command of the international space station. he'll land tonight in russia. kelly spent 340-days in space to study the effects on the human body.it's all part of nasa's goal to make sure astronauts can handle the long trip to mars. nasa is turning its focus to the skies... not the stars... the space agency is working with lockheed martin to develop a passenger jet that
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of sound.this is a mock-up. nasa says the plane would be safer... greener and quieter. supersonic commercial jet travel ended more than a decade ago with the grounding of the concorde. so you didn't have the time...or the cash...to book a spring break getaway this year? and you figure its now too late to get a deal?no so fast. fast.tonight at 6 on 9 on your side....consumer reporter john matarese show us disney discounts.... beach hotel deals.... even bargain airfares that you can still grab if you know where to look! he'll show us some great springtime getways ...whether you would like to fly, or simply get in the car and drive.great last minute spring break deals tonight at 6 on 9 on your side. now let's get another check of the roads.ally has your nine first warning traffic.
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here's a live look outside this morning... here is another look at your forecast. ( gives 7-day forecast) some farmers have come up with a unique way to spread their anti-gas message.they trained sheep.. to spell out "ban gas".. in a protest against gas mining.they're upset over the exploration of gas reserves in their area.the farmers say it took two weeks
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that's good morning tri-state for this ------.we're back in 30 minutes - good morning america - is next. next.and you can kep nine on your side ...at your side -
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