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good morning...i'm chris riva. riva.i'm kathrine nero ... you'll see some soggy weather across the tri-state this morning. morning.9 first warning meterologist sherry hughes is in for jennifer this morning ...with how much rain we'll get today... areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so umbrellas and take it easy on the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm around 64 degrees.a slow-moving cold front will valley during the day, giving us gusty winds to 30 mph and while we are not expecting severe weather, there could be an isolated thunderstorms or two late this afternoon. expect rainfall totals between .75" to 1.5" or more by the end of the day. rainfall totals will likely be greatest from cincinnati and northern kentucky westward. some low-lying and poor drainage
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breaking overnight... a shooting turns deadly in over-the-rhine.we've just received this picture of the victim... identified as james mixon.but cincinnati police officers say he may have also played a role in a robbery. officers police tell 9 on your side a man called 9-1-1 and said he was being robbed.he then shot the robber... who died at the scene.authorities are trying to sort this all out... and they're questioning that man to see if he'll face any charges.we'll bring you any updates on good morning tri-state... and later today on 9 on your side at noon. also breaking overnight... police in pennsylvania say five people are dead after a
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happened late last night in wilkinsburg... just outside of pittsburgh.officers say a pair of gunmen barged into the party and opened fire.at least three other people were injured.both of those gunmen are still on the loose right now. it's an epidemic that's impacted families all across the tri-state.but local law enforcement is doing something to try and stop it. we've covered the tragic consequences of heroin from many angles.now something you don't always hear... some success in fighting back. back.jordan burgess is live with a look at how one community has been able to do it. in a matter of hours... people will gather here at this community center in colerain township.what they'll hear is something that could give hope to those families touched by heroin. several groups will be part of a forum on heroin addiction called focus on hope.one of the big things they'll hear
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team here in colerain township. it includes a police officer.. paramedic and couselor.they respond to those who have overdosed on heroin... and are revived by narcan.the goal is to get them help so they don't do it again.they've been doing this since july and they say of the nearly 100 people they've they've seen a success rate them into treatment.say it's not an epidemic.. but beginning of strategies reduce overdose deaths. there's a belief of those that are suffering from the disease of heroin or opioid abuse don't want help. a lot of folks want help and we have become a bridge to hope. they'll be meeting tonight at that focus on hope forum.it's at the colerain community center at 6-30.they'll talk about the impact of their efforts. and about why they think more needs to be done to not only get treatment but to follow up with them during and treatment. reporting live.. jordan
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the battle of ohio is on... and the two g-o-p frontrunners will be making stops here in the queen city to win your vote. vote.both donald trump and governor john kasich will spend some time in southwest ohio this weekend. weekend.trump will be in dayton on saturday... and then head to cincinnati on sunday for an event at the duke energy convention center. kasich will be in sharonville on saturday.the big question... can governor kasich win his home state?eric deters... a big supporter of trump... doesn't think so. 11:53 i compare it to obama in 2008. obama had a movement and i tell you right now in politics when you get a movement going, you don't stop it. 12:03 12:03trump's event at the duke energy center starts at noon on sunday.governor kasich will be at the sharonville convention center on saturday for a pancake breakfast. a new poll gives kasich the
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trump... 34 to 29 percent. but... two other polls say trump is ahead. ted cruz and marco rubio are far behind... cruz with 19 percent... rubio with just seven.but nearly a quarter of people say they could change their mind. the race between the democratic candidates in ohio is a close one... with hillary clinton leading bernie sanders by nine points. points.both candidates tried to win over voters before next week's primary during a debate last night in florida. the debate focused on hispanic americans.the candidates responded to pointed immigration questions... with clinton hitting sanders for opposing a bipartisan effort to reform the immigration system in 2007.but sanders fired back... saying clinton tried to block driver's licenses for undocumented workers in 2008. "she said don't do it, and new york state still does not do it." it."it's the g-o-p's turn tonight.the republican
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square off in their latest debate tonight... starting at 8:30... on c-n-n. areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your the roadways. highs today around 64 degrees.a slow-moving cold front will gradually move across the ohio valley during the day, giving us gusty winds to 30 mph and while we are not expecting severe weather, there could be an isolated thunderstorms or two late this afternoon. expect rainfall totals between .75" to 1.5" or more by the end of the day. rainfall totals will likely be greatest from cincinnati and northern kentucky westward. some low-lying and poor drainage areas may experience minor flooding.
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helping the community heal... madison school leaders... taking action after the shooting that left four students injured. injured.details on the forum that's taking place tonight for parents and students. coming to a close...it took two days... but it's finally back to business for lawmakers in missouri.the issue that brought state government to a
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welcome to huntington -- best banks in america. who's here. she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early 1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped. i'm hillary clinton and i
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once again tonight another forum for parents and guardians in madison township. dozens of parents and students attended the event last night at the school.school leaders say the goal is to promote healing after four students were injured nearly two weeks ago.there will be another forum for parents and guardians tonight at the elementary school.it starts at six p-m. charges have been filed against the wife of a illinois police officer... who staged his suicide.melodie gliniewicz has been charged with conspiracy... for allegedly helping her husband steal money from a youth program. gliniewicz's husband... lieutenant charles gliniewicz... shot himself, but made it appear he was duty. new this morning... lawmakers controversial bill on religious freedom... after a 39-hour long effort to stop it. democrats in the missouri state senate tried to stop the measure... which protects businesses that deny services to same sex couples on religious grounds.they tried
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days straight.but late last night... the measure passed the republican-controlled chamber. areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your umbrellas and take it easy on the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm around 64 degrees.a slow-moving cold front will gradually move across the ohio valley during the day, giving us gusty winds to 30 mph and while we are not expecting severe weather, isolated thunderstorms or two late this afternoon. expect between .75" to 1.5" or more by the end of the day. likely be greatest from cincinnati and westward. some low-lying and poor drainage areas may experience minor flooding. the itchy problem facing people in flint... and how it could be linked to their tainted water. flooding disaster...the help on the way this morning to people in the south...
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flint residents have been forced to drink bottled water for weeks...but they're still getting bills for lead-tainted water... and lawmakers want that to stop. stop.michigan lawmakers recently approved $30-million dollars to help cover the water bills.but the city is still charging residents ...to help cover court fees.flint's mayor now says customers could get $600-dollars refunded to their accounts. the flint water crisis *may* be to blame for a breakout of skin rashes in the city. residents say they started developing skin issues shortly after the city's water source was moved to the flint river in 20-14.dermatologists are now meeting with residents for free... to see if there's a link. just days after learning of the first-ever uterus transplant, we are learning this morning that the transplant has failed faileda 26-year-old texas woman had the surgery just last month ...but the hospital says she developed complications... forcing surgeons to remove it
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of 10 transplants planned by the cleveland clinic. it could take three weeks to test the knife... found at o-j simpson's former estate. investigators say it's unlikey the rusted folding knife is connected to the deaths of nicole brown simpson and ron goldman... because it's too smallit was reportedly held by a retired l-a-p-d officer for nearly two decades... as a souvenir. kentucky might soon have fewer penalties for underage sexting ...the kentucky senate has unanimously passed a plan that would impact minors. under current law... teens arrested for sexting can be charged with a felony and put on a sex offender registry for *life.*the bill passed by the senate would reduce that to a misdemeanor.the bill has now been sent to the house. severe flooding in the south is threatening 20 million americans this morning... take a look at what's happening in louisiana.heavy rains is leading to flooding that's surrounding homes... covering cars and turning
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putting out sandbags to try to stop the rising waters.the national guard is also using boats and massive trucks to rescue people left stranded but the rising floodwaters. let get your latest nine first warning forecast. areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your umbrellas and take it easy on the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm around 64 degrees.a slow-moving cold front will gradually move across the ohio valley during the day, giving us gusty winds to 30 mph and while we are not expecting severe weather, there could be an isolated thunderstorms or two late this afternoon. expect rainfall totals between .75" to 1.5" or more by the end of the day. rainfall totals will likely be greatest from cincinnati and northern kentucky westward. some low-lying and poor drainage
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flu relief in ohio...the good news if you don't have your flu shot... and why you're still being urged to get one, anyway. lactation station...the special booth helping moms and their babies help find comfort and privacy... in *very* public places. and here's what you'll see
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flu cases are on the rise in ohio... but it's not expected to be as widespread as last tear. tear.the ohio department of health says there were more than 200 new flu-related hospitalizations in just the last week of february.that sounds like a lot...but at the same time last year... almost eight-thousand people were sent to the hospital with the flu.health officials say this year's strain is milder... but getting your flu shot is still important. do you have to hit the gym hard and work up a sweat to get the benefits of exercise? a new report says *no.* a study looked at traditional chinese exercises, like tai chi.studies find that the techniques... which focus on posture, breathing, and meditation... can decrease blood pressure, cut cholesterol and decrease depression. if you're breastfeeding... you know it can be a challenge to find a private, clean place to nurse your baby or pump milk in public.but there's a new innovation that's helping at
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airport.it's called the lactation station... and you can find this one at oakland international airport.it's a private pod where babies and moms can nurse in peace.no stares or glares... just quiet time for mother and child. (maren, mother) it just allows them to do that without having to say, oh man i have to pump and how am i going to feed the baby at the airport? if you're more modest it is key to have something like this. this.the special suites can be found in airports, hospitals, government buildings and even stadiums and zoos around the united states. areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm around 64 degrees.front will gradually move across the ohio valley during gusty winds to 30 are not expecting there two late this rainfall totals totals will from cincinnati westward. some low-lying and flooding.
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to be a quick fix...the botched repair... that has a middletown family looking for
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a warning this morning from a tri-state police agency about a rise in car burglaries.the simple steps you can take... to avoid becoming a victim. endorsement shocker...john kasich getting some support this morning from a surprising name.why this presidential flip-flop isn't all that it seems. good morning...i'm kathrine nero. nero.i'm chris riva)your morning commute will involve wet roads and rain. rain.9 first warning meterologist sherry hughes has a look at how much rain we'll get today... areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow
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commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm
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traffic a crime alert you need to be aware of this morning.police in saint bernard are warning residents to be on the lookout for looters. several cars have been broken into over the past several days.and as timyka artist explains... these cases all have one thing in common. police say all of these crimes happened overnight...all because the victims neglected
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we've heard it time and time again, lock your car doors. no neighborhood is safe from these crimes of opportunity. in this case the victims paid dearly with expensive electronics stolen from their vehicles.police say it happened overnight on monday along church street. someone went right down searching looking for cars that were unlocked, then stealing cameras, ipods, cash whatever they could find.the thieves also went rummaging through it those cases nothing was takenso far there've been no arrests. police say it's the perfect time to reming folks to always lock up and never leave any valuables in plain view inside of your car.it's common sense, but it never hurts to have a reminder especially as the weather starts to get warmer...
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man is facing charges after police say robbed a man... and made him take off his clothes. clothes.24-year old tyshown collier is charged with aggreviated robbery and possession of drugs.cincinnati police officers say he pointed a gun at the victim and forced him to strip.he then pistol- whipped that victim before taking off.they also say they found cocaine on him during his arrest. this woman is also heading into court this morning... police in lockland say *kelli kelly* got into an argument with another woman at a home on mulberry street... and started punching her.kelly is charged with one count of assault. fire officials say a mistake caused a devastating fire... destroying most of what belonged to a middletown mom and her kids. kids.kristina king tells 9 on your side a worker was reportedly spraying an aerosol can too close to her water heater... which ignited her home.kristina says she paid for renters' insurance last month... but the policy was never activated.and now... she's being told she's out of luck. ((kristina king / home damaged in fire)) "since i haven't been able to go through
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salvageable pretty much everything is gone at this point - so i'm looking at like 9 or 10 thousand dollars in possessions" 9 on your side spoke with her landlord the red cross is helping kristina and her kids with a hotel while she looks for a new home. covering democracy 2016... he may not be running for president anymore... but jeb bush is still keeping his eyes on the g-o-p presidential race. today... the former florida governor will meet with all of the republican presidential hopefuls... including john kasich.it comes as he tries to figure out who he'll endorse before florida's primary on tuesday.one person who's off his list... donald trump.bush and trump engaged in heated confrontations throughout bush's campaign... with the two repeatedly referring to each other as a -quote- "loser." "on behalf of all the american people, i want to thank you for bringing a little class to the republican debates." debates."that's john kasich...
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democratic candidate bernie sanders..of course... it's just an impersonator with white hair and a wrinkled suit. bernie even took a selfie with kasich. it's one of the hottest races in the entire country.and we're learning just how much congressional distrct race. race.according to the journal- news... more than two-million dollars has been spent alone by outside political action committees.and that *doesn't* include any spending from the *17* candidates... running for john boehner's old seat. xavier hits the court today for its first big east tournament game. game.the musketeers are entering the matchup with the most wins... and best ranking... in school history. an crhis mack was just named big east coach of the year ... xavier is the number two seed in the tournament... the muskies will face the marquette golden eagles.keep in mind history hasn't been kind to them at the tournament.
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it's not just basketball for xavier superfans... who traveled with the team to new york...students did some service work yesterday at a new york after school program... helping kids with their homework and serving them dinner.organizers say while seeing the sights is great... they'd rather be spending their time helping others out. areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your umbrellas and take it easy on the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm
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relief for drivers.some good news if you're heading south on interstate 75...why northbound drivers will have to wait a little longer. it's gonna be *yuge*...police officers... searching for the bandits who made off with a piece of the "donald."the business... forced to go
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the public will once again pay their respect today to former first lady nancy reagan.long lines turned out yesterday during visitation services at the reagan library in california.many people traveled miles to get to the library... including house speaker paul ryan.reagan's funeral will be held tomorrow. i-75 southbound in northern tennessee is back open this morning.but there's still some trouble for drivers... that's because northbound lanes are still closed... and it'll stay that way until march 24th.the interstate was completely shutdown on
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rockslide. crews are still working to stabilize the hill next to the northbound lanes. the problems continue to mount for scandal-ridden volkswagen. volkswagen.volkswagen group of america says c-e-o michael horn has resigned -effective immediately.v-w has been under fire since admitting some of its diesel cars included software that was programmed to cheat emissions tests. volkswagen's *international* c-e-o... martin winterkorn... resigned last september due to the scandal. ohio state troopers turned to technology to find an escaped jail inmate. sandusky county's sheriff released this video from the drone as deputies caught up with nicholas maldonado. he got away while inmates were outside for recreational time. it's the first time deputies used the drone to find an escapee. maldonado is accused of assaulting a police officer... resisting arrest.. and tampering with evidence.
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thinks he was intentionally targeted by theives... upset with a *big* campaign ad... ad...a giant replica baseball cap... similar to the one that donald trump wears... used to sit in front of joe oliveri's hair salon in southern california.but surveillance video shows the cap being stolen by a group of theives wearing hoodies.olivieri says the big cap cost two-thousand dollars. i hope they find out who did it. make an example of them. i mean there's just no purpose to it. i don't know what they attempted to accomplish by doing it but it's... very disappointing."> disappointing.">police say the three suspects were seen driving away in a black four- door car... with the hat on top... areas of patchy fog are likely
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flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your umbrellas and take it easy on the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm around 64 degrees. honoring a cincinnati legend. the special present given to marian spencer... and where you'll find the road that will bear her name. saying adios...he's going to be "the most interesting man in the universe."your last glimpse... on earth... of an
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it's a special honor for a woman who helped pave the way for race relations in cincinnati. cincinnati city councilmembers held a ceremony last night for marian spencer... and presented her with her own street sign.they're changing the name of the 100 block of walnut... between theodore berry way and second street... to honor her.spencer was the first african-american female elected to city council... and went on to be vice mayor.
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underway into what made several lawmakers sick.but some say they already know what caused it. it.lawmakers recently passed a bill.. legalizing raw milk.to celebrate... a delegate brought some in to share... and that's when the lawmakers got sick.however... others are saying it's just a coincidence... and there's a stomach bug that's going around. it's the end of an era and it's going viral this morning...you've probably seen those dos equis commercials... featuring the "most interesting man in the world." well... say adios... "his only regret is not knowing what regret feels like... he is the most interesting man in the world" world"that's the last commercial featuring the character... as he leaves on a one-way trip to mars.dos equis is dumping the gray-haired
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actor jonathan goldsmith has been featured in commecials for the beer since 2006. now let's check in with your nine first warning weather. areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your umbrellas and take it easy on the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm around 64 degrees.a slow-moving cold front will gradually move across the ohio valley during the day, giving us gusty winds to 30 mph and while we are not expecting
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an isolated thunderstorms or two late this afternoon. expect rainfall totals between .75" to 1.5" or more by the end of the day. rainfall totals will likely be greatest from cincinnati and northern kentucky westward. some low-lying and poor drainage
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your breakfast may be getting bigger...the new menu items that mcdonalds is testing out... and how breakfast is beefing up its bottom line. last dance... for your pocketbook...how much you may
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areas of patchy fog are likely for your morning commute and wet pavements from a steady flow of moisture will slow things down for the morning commute. rain and lowered visibility due to the rain will be a constant feature throughout your thursday, so don't leave home without your umbrellas and take it easy on the roadways. highs today remain unseasonably warm
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all-day breakfast is sizzling for mc-donalds.and according to 9 consumer reporter john matarese... it's here to stay. stay.mcdonald's says it's slimmed-down all day breakfast menu was a huge success... and big reason its sales were up the past quarter.and according to "the consumerist"... mcdonald's is now testing its full breakfast menu all day long in some north carolina locations.among the additions... the popular mcgriddle and all biscuit and muffin sandwiches.the report also says the bigger breakfast will be expanded nationwide... if the kitchens can handle it and customers like it. if you're purchasing gift cards soon... you may have to pay in cash. that's because retailers are now responsible for fraudenlent purchases.the rule kicked in back in october... but still many stores lack chip-enabled readers that are an extra layer of protection against fraud.stores without those chip-enabled readers are asking for cash... or limiting how many gift cards can be
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prom is a big deal for any teenager.but the price of prom -- and everything that comes it -- can break the bank. last year... according to visa... the average cost of a prom-posal was 324 dollars.in addition to the invites... teens spend money on dresses and tuxes... limos... tickets... flowers... pictures and events before and after the actual dance.that averaged out to 919 dollars last year. you may remember the barbie makeover from earlier this year.but now... it's ken's turn.this is the new "normal ken" doll.his big pecs have been replaced with a flabby belly.it's creator says it's modeled after american 19- and-24 year olds... using their body mass index data. early morning accident...the
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working to repair this morning... after a tri-state
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rain's falling now in parts of the tri-state.meteorologist sherry hughes is tracking it for you. plus, breaking news.5 people shot and killed at a backyard party.

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