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we have auto-tune, right? oh, yeah. that's a hit! all: yeah! hi i' m kristie. and i' m jess. and we are the bug chicks. we're a nano-business. windows 10 really helps us get the word out about how awesome bugs are. kids learn to be brave and curious and all kids speak the language of bug. " hey cortana, find my katydid video." oh! this is so good. if you' re trying to teach a kid about a proboscis. just sketch it on the screen. i don' t have a touch screen on my mac, i' m jealous of that. you put a big bug in a kids hands and change their world view. >> mike: 4-30 from three. steph curry 1-10 from three and the los angeles lakers stun the now 55-6 warriors 112-95. one of the more shocking games in the nba.
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>> hubie: give them credit. they played the three ball as well as anybody could play it. they put terrific pressure out on the shooter. and then they didn't care if you went by them off the dribble. then offcame off the screen looking for the three. they trapped you and forced you out and they indefinitely intimidated the shot. so i want to give them a lot of credit. you say well, why didn't they go over the top and then they have the advantage and take advantage going to the basket? is they tried that but you can't have the amount of turnovers that they have, you know, just kept mounting from 10 to 12 to 15 to 18, just kept going. what you're seeing here is the defensive game plan was excellent, and also, the forcing of the turnovers was major. >> mike: kobe bryant, the lakers get the win. here's heather with kobe. >> heather: kobe, congratulations. you guys hand the warriors their sixth loss of the season. how would you measure the impact of this type of win? >> i think it helps our growth
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you know, our bigs did a fantastic job. coming back and making sure they don't drop and show early. that's very hard for bigs to do. but they were pretty consistent all night long. >> heather: this has got to be something that is a bigger win in the win category. against the defending champs. how much extra mileage can you give this young team with this kind of a win? >> i think the learning curve comes from trusting the defense, right, and trusting the effort. paying attention to details. those things for young players results. >> heather: this is your first 2nd. how much energy did you get playing in front of your fans that have followed you for so long? >> quite a bit of energy. i just feel terrible not being able to be out here every single game. it's been tough laboring through the shoulder a bit. for the last year if i could give it a go i'll try. >> heather: then there were 18. so the number is starting to dwindle. how does your perspective change
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>> every game you try to appreciate it more and more and more right? you know, just go out there and compete and do the best you can. while soaking it all in. >> heather: thanks for everything you have done. >> appreciate it. thank you. >> mike: 18 games left in the kobe bryant farewell tour. it happens with a win in los angeles over the defending champs chasing their own history as the warriors lose for the sixth time. local news coming up for most of you. for all of us, thank you for watching. on the home of the nba finals.
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tonight, remembering an icon-- folks across the tri-state reflecting on the life of former first lady nancy reagan. hear from a former ohio congressman -- with close ties to the famous family. a pivotal weekend on the campaign trail...presidential candidates squaring off tonight in another debate -- after voters in several states make their choice.and hear the new call from the g-o-p frontrunner.why trump wants a two-man race. and new concerns tonight about
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side at six starts now! a defining figure from the 1980's. she re-deffined what it meant to be a "first lady" she also helped guide one of the most popular presidents in modern history. tonight the nation mourns former first lady nancy reagan. reagan.the 94-year-old died at her home in bel-air california. she suffered from congestive heart failure.probably her best-known crusade as first lady was the "just say no" campaign to help kids and teens stay off drugs. many who knew the reagans knew nancy as backstage adviser and fierce protector of her husband.nine on your side's rose-ann aragon spoke to a former tri-state congressman... who remembers the former first family as an inspiration. she was the woman always by his side-- nancy reagan -- says her life really began when she met ronald reagan--
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to stay.she was the first lady of california-- and then the nation.nats: reagan sworn in. the power couple met in the 1950s-- then nancy davis -- was an actress starring in about a dozen movies one-- opposite her husbandnats: movie then a new role full time mother-- a care taker throughout her life--she was a woman, a role-model to many women here in the tri-state"i admired her beauty. i just thought she was beautiful and her elegance in her dressing." "she showed class in every aspect of her life."but besides her beauty--was her leadership--bob mcewan-a former ohio congressman was handpicked by reagan to serve on the intelligence committee-- (bob mcewan)"she was constantly backstage making sure everything was right and then very supportiveo fh im as a person. and whenever she was on stage-- everyone talked about it-- the nancy stare, but the fact is she was completely committed to his success."even here when president reagan was having trouble answering a reporter's
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everything we can..ronald: doing everything we can.she would also lead an anti-drug campaignnats: what would you do if someone offers you drugs? crowd -- just say no!she would be his caretaker when he had alzheimers-an example of love and family that some say changed america."we saw the example of the restoration of the values of a strong marriage, of a strong family,..their example of what we could be and what america is" the former congressman says-- he believes she lived a long and full life-- and he says the historic couple will be together again. back to you. there's been no shortage of reaction in washington. kentucky senator and majority leader mitch mcconnell remembers nancy and president reagan's rise to political power -- and their perseverance through difficult moments in their lives. lives.and ohio senator rob portman said nancy lived a storybook life -- and called her a devoted public servant. right now on our facebook page -- you can share your
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first lady. and there's much more on the passing of nancy reagan coming up "world news tonight"... that's following this newscast. happening right now...the search is on for a gunman in a shooting in west price hill. police had a portion of trenton avenue blocked off with tape this afternoon. officers say the victim was shot several times -- but is expected to survive.they're looking for two people involved in the shooting.if you have any information that could help police -- call crimestoppers. today certainly made up for sherry hughes joins us from the nine first warning weather center with good news about the workweek. highs will reach the low 50s. tonight, lows will fall into the upper 30s to near 40 under partly cloudy skies. monday, we'll see a mix of clouds and
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the presidential race doesn't stop on this sunday...two primaries happening today. tonight -- marco rubio is the projected winner of puerto rico.that's another 23 delegates for rubio... but he still lags well behind trump and cruz. you'd better believe the health crisis in flint will be the focus in tonight's presidential debate in michigan between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. meanwhile-- donald trump says he wants the republiican primary to be a two-man race for the nomination.and as a-b-c's "ryan burrows" shows us... ohio's governor got a
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nats - "..the next president of the united states?" hillary clinton making the sunday morning rounds at church in detroit? just hours ahead of sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential candidate "i want the entire world focused on flint. // a community that has literally been poisoned because of government indifference and neglect." the former secretary of state addressing the water crisis in flint - the town where she will face off with rival bernie sanders tonight. polls give the frontrunner a commanding lead in michigan heading into tuesday's primary. abc this week sot - sen. bernie sanders / (d) presidential candidate "we have come a very, very long way, closing the gap nationally." sanders claimed victory in two of the three states up for grabs on super saturday - but clinton still netted more delegates. still - the senator says he can win the nomination and the presidency. abc this week sot - sen. bernie sanders / (d) presidential candidate "sanders versus trump, clinton versus trump, do you know who is doing better against trump? bernie sanders is." for now - gop frontrunner donald trump
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republicans. trump split super saturday with ted cruz - claiming two states apiece. now trump is calling on the rest of the field to drop out? sot - donald trump / (r) presidential candidate "marco rubio had a very, very bad night. i think it's time that he drops out. i would love to take on ted one-on-one." and despite not winning any states so far - ohio governor john kasich claimed a big endorsement today? arnold schwarzenegger. sot - arnold schwarzenegger / former governor of california "we need john kasich to now take charge and be at the white house." sot - gov. john kasich / (r) presidential candidate "he gave me this jacket - i am officially the governator ii." the candidates waiting to see if the frontrunner is losing momentum? with several crucial contests in the days ahead. ryan burrows, abc news, flint, michigan. more than 100-thousand dollars of drugs from arizona are off the streets.here it is -- that's 60 pounds of marijuana. troopers found it during a traffic stop in preble county this week. week.drug-sniffing dogs picked up on the scent.and now frederick coleman is facing charges for carrying all that
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worth about 120-thousand dollars. time isn't doing much to heal the hearts of more than two-hundred families... families...they're marking two years since a jetliner went missing from the skies.tonight -- the evidence that offers a glimmer of hope. one heck of a workout..this indiana woman puts in *12 hours* on the treadmill!but hear why her half-day run could put her in the record
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what he's done for us. create jobs. four hundred thousand jobs here in ohio. brought 'em back from mexico and china. turned our deficit into a surplus. more jobs? an america that works? let's loan 'em john kasich. new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. tonight -- fears that an american woman traveling from the philippines could be infected with the zika virus. virus.she's tested positive for the illness that's made many headlines in recent months.if it's confirmed -- it would be the second case from the philippines.there's nearly two-hundred cases in the u- s... including a handful in ohio. two years later and the mystery remains...what happened to malaysia flight 370 and the 239 people on board? families of the missing
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on a "wall of hope".the hope that answers will come soon. and those answers *could* come from a plane part found near a beach in southeast africa this week.but that and another piece of a wing found last year so far haven't helped with the families grief. "it's only two pieces (that have been found), what i want to see is the whole plane. so hopefully we get to see the whole plane. form there we will know what it is like." like."searchers are still scouring the western portion of the indian ocean.that phase summer. coming up, ken broo is in tonight with the latest in sports sportsdid the bearcats do enough today to get them into the ncaa tournament? with a week to go until selection sunday, ken has the highlights and postgame reaction. and here's what's coming up
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side at 6 an indiana woman is putting in *way* too much time on the treadmill... to break a world record! record! suzi swinehart ran *73 miles* on a treadmill.12 hours of sweat and pain -- to get in the guinness book of world records.no surprise -- swinehart is a runner... and says she got the idea from her
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"we were just looking at different guiness book world records and i saw this one and said, 'hey i think i might be able to do that.' that.'guinness is now in the process of making her 12-hour run official... that could take three to six months. the warm up continues into tuesday with partly cloudy skies and highs in the low 70s. wednesday, we'll reach the low 70s as well, but there's a chance for showers or a storm, mainly in the afternoon and evening hours. better rain chances arrive thursday as a cold front moves into the tri-state. highs will reach the mid-60s. behind the front, we'll stay mild with highs in the 60s and chances
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the bearcats won a game today they absolutely had to win. they had to beat smu 'if' they wanted to get into the ncaa tournament.the bracketology guys, jerry palm at cbs sports, joe lunardi at espn, both had the bearcats one of the last four team into the field of 68. that was before today.if the bearcats didn't beat smu, they would have had to run the table in their conference post season tournament. mick cronin didn't want to hear about it. but, it is what it is. senior day at fifth third arena. uc president santa ono led another celebration: presenting oscar robertson with a present day bearcats jersey.then it was time to get down to business against smu. just over a minute to go in the first half, uc up six. watch coreonte deberry finish the play to put uc up seven at the half.the bearcats shot just 29-and a half percent from the field in this game. second half, uc up eight. gary clark to troy caupain. caupain finished with 14a red
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just one, of 19-shots from outside the arc. but they got to the line 30-times and made 24-of those free throws.smu turned the ball over 17 times....and uc had just enough to win, 61-54 final. mick cronin, later on his team's ncaa tournament status. trt :31outcue:...the committee does ((cronin: when we have the saem record as some teams that are locks, it's comical to me. if that's the case, then why am i playing these teams? committee says play all these teams, we played them all. i don't care what those computers say. our league doesn't get talked about. we don't the respect. some people would have to watch more than the bluebloods. would take some effort on some peoples part. hopefully the committee does. )) so next up, is the american conference tournament. that starts this week in orlando. uc has a friday afternoon game against connecticut. that's a
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twice before this seasonxavier plays thursday at seven, in their opening round of the big east tournament. the musketeers play the winner of the marquette-st. john's game and just today, xavier sophomore guard, trevon bluiett was named first team, all big east. straight ahead, how patient are you willing to be with a very young cincinnati reds team? when nine on your side
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when you add it all up, when you breakdown the 71-thousand 940-yards that peyton manning threw in his career, it's about the same distance from downtown cincinnati to miamisburg, about 41 miles. manning made his mind up late last night. he's retiring from the nfl. the broncos will hold a news conference tomorrow to allow manning to make his decision official. the five time nfl most valuable player will save the broncos about 19-million dollars in cap space this season. two time super bowl winner, super bowl most valuable player, 14-trips to the pro bowl and in 14-of his 18-seasons in the nfl, peyton manning threw for at least four thousand yards. and holly holm's reign as the toast of ufc lasted about 15 minutes.....meisha tate, she's
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the woman who sent rhonda rousey to defeat late last year. saturday night, tate was behind on the points entering the fifth round, when she got holm into a submission hold. tate will now fight rousey, who has a chance to regain her crown. out west, the reds played the rockies today. the reds lost 9-3. jon moscot started and gave up four runs in three innings.patience is the key phrase for this team. you have to have it. because if you want a winner sooner than later, you'll be nothing but frustrated. bob castellini needs to be patient, because he signed off on rebuilding his team.and bryan price needs to be patient. he told me when i was out in goodyear a couple of weeks ago, he won't be throwing any life rings to his very young team. and despite veterans at first, second short and for the moment, right field, this is a very young team. in a sense, bryan price has to manage a major league team much like a double-a or triple-a manager goes about his job. the name of the game is 'always' to win. but, you can't have that at the expense of developing young talent into

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