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rain and lowered visibility due to the showers and plentiful ground level moisture, 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
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gop presidential frontrunner donald trump is headed to downtown cincinnati sunday.and so are thousands of runners - of a different kind. kind.9 on your side's timyka artist is live with how police are preparing to handle trump's visit, and the heart mini, all new at noon. cincinnati city officials are preparing for a big weekend with two major events taking place downtown. while donald trump is stumping for votes in his race for the white house, thousands of runners will be racing to benefit the american heart association. 9oys timyka artist joins us live with the city is doing to handle what could be record crowds some 25000 people are expected to take part in in the 38th last year's event drew the largest crowd ever. that race the rally for donald trump will be getting underway at afternoon. lt bruce hoffbauer w the traffic unit says they were about trumps visit about 48 ago. they will be discussing security and logistics later on today suffice it to say, if there
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get very tight dowtown on sunday morning. so you figure heavy traffic into travel plans on sunday trump's visit is all part of the battle for ohio. ohio.he will actually be in dayton on saturday... and then head to cincinnati on sunday. governor john kasich will be at the sharonville convention center on saturday for a pancake breakfast. the democrats debated last night in florida and tonight it's the republicans' turn. bernie sanders is fresh from a surprise victory in michigan, where he squeaked out a win over hillary clinton in defiance of the polls.but as kim hutcherson shows us, clinton's commanding lead in the delegate count means sanders' work is far from done. hillary clinton and bernie sanders called for comprehensive immigration reform and a path to citizenship in their opening statements at the univision debate wednesday, but faced tough questions from moderators.clinton was asked about her loss in michigan:
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presidential candidate)"i won one and lost one last night.//this is a marathon and it's a marathon that can only be carried out by inclusive campaign i'm running."sanders was questioned about clinton's commanding delegate lead: (bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidates)"when we began this campaign i was three percent in the polls//we have come a long way in ten months."clinton discussed her emails:(hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"it wasn't the best choice. i made a mistake but it not prohibited.//what we've got here is a case of over- classification."both refused to call donald trump a racist when asked directly, but criticized the republican frontrunner soundly.(hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"i was the first one to call him out. i called him out when he was calling mexicans rapists and engaging in rhetoric i found deeply offensive. i said "basta" (bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidates)"the american people are never going to elect a president who insults mexicans."the
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series of in-depth questions about their support for various pieces of immigration- related legislation ... and disavowed the deportation of children.we'll know what voters thought next tuesday when they go to the polls in the delegate-rich states of ohio, missouri, illinois and florida.i'm kim hutcherson reporting. new at noon.the madison teens charged with not reporting a crime in connection with last week's school shooting did not enter pleas this morning in court.that's according to our partners at the journal news. the teens are accused of knowing the suspect had a gun, and not telling anyone. anyone.tonight parents have another chance to get together to help their students move on from the shooting.dozens of parents and students attended the event last night at the high school.school leaders say the goal is to promote healing after four students were injured in a cafeteria shooting. tonight's forum is at the elementary school.it starts at six p-m. we now have the identity of thevictim in a deadly shooting in over-the-rhine. cincinnati police say james mixon may
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officers tell 9 on your side a man called 9-1-1 and said he was being robbed.he says 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. fewer than 100 people are without power right nowin springfield township after a car slammed into a utility pole overnight on summit road. that's down from more than a thousand.summit road was closed as crews work to remove live power lines and get the lights back on.we're told the driver of the car ran from the scene. tonight, people will gather in colerain township to hear about the strides being made in the fight against heroin, and what still has to be done. one of the big things talked about at the focus on hope heroin forum will be the quick response team in colerain township.it is made up of a police officer a paramedic and a counselor.they respond to heroin overdoses with more than just narcan to revive patients, but also with efforts to get them in treatment. they say of the nearly 100 people they've
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have gotten treatment after. they say it's only a start to try to end the heroin epidemic. the reality is while we're helping to bridge a gap to treatment there are a lot of resources that are needed to be applied to provide the follow-up and give them resources when they're in treatment and when they return alone. they'll be meeting tonight at that focus on hope forum. it's center at 6:30. three middletown men are facing indictments for a december murder. murder.our partners at the journal-news report james reed, jacob sallie, and aaron flanagan are charged with murder, aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery for the beating death of daniel coffey. he was beaten on christmas, but died december 30th at the hospital. a backyard party, rattled by gunfire. gunfire.now 5 people are dead, and police are trying to figure out why. a deadly bacteria is spreading, and the c-d-c
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from.what's being tested to determine the source. alarmwe often tell you about people getting packages swiped right off their porches.now one guy says he's invented just the thing to make it stop. you're watching 9 on your side 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. the latest refill was $14.700 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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at this hour,police near pittsburgh are looking for at least two shooters, and a motive, in an ambush-style shooting during a backyard party. we first brought you this story as breaking news on good morning tri-state.people scrambled as the bullets started to fly.five people were killed.four of the victims were found dead on the back porch.the fifth died at the hospital. "this street is always quiet, there is nothign but kids on this street, so to see that is probably shocking to everyone else up here." here."police say the gunfire came from two distinct locations, and they don't believe anyone at the party
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mourners are saying goodbye to former first lady nancy reagan today at the reagan library. she's lying in repose ahead of tomorrow's private funeral, where dignitaries including michelle obama and george w. bush will pay their respects. lauren lyster reports from the reagan library. (nats casket being brought in to library) nancy reagan's casket making a solemn and ceremonious arrival wednesday... busloads of people following shortly after to pay their respects (switch to reagan archive)...and remember the former first lady now that the public has a chance to visit? elaine king/los angeles in: it was very peaceful. serene. warren weston/oxnard in: they were a great couple . and they inspired the country // i want to pay tribute to them.. lilia lee/oxnard in: she's totally behind her husband and i think that's a beautiful thing to see. behind her husband ronald reagan for more than 50 years of marriage, and soon, she'll be laid to rest beside him at
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tomb? (nats motordade) after wednesday's funeral procession to bring mrs. reagan to the library... final preparations are underway for the private funeral of 1000 invited guests including michelle obama and hillary clinton friday morning... john huebusch//rea gan foundation executive director she wanted it kind of short but sweet and something everyone would remember her well by." but first, the public has another day to pay respects as she lies in repose...people remembering her whether they can make it to california or not "ms. gave me a chance. i always carolina man still expressing nancy reagan's gave him a job reagan was in office on her awareness program ...part of the leaves behind tag: giving readings and memorialize mrs. reagan at that reagan's son diane sawyer and tom brokaw. a letter from ronald reagan to nancy reagan will also be read. lauren lyster, abc news, simi valley california. it's a bacteria with a funny name, that could potentially kill you. you.where this elizabethkingia outbreak is happening, and what the c-d-c is doing to stop it before anyone else dies. and this was no day at the beach!hurricane force winds,
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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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have you heard of elizabethkingia? ?it's a potentially fatal bacteria.and there's an outbreak right now in southern wisconsin.48 people have been diagnosed.15 people have died. c-d-c researchers are now working around the clock to determine the source. we're now including any possible food source here that maybe implemented here... medical products products elizabethkingia typically affects people with compromised immune systems or serious underlying health conditions.symptoms include fever, shortness of breath, chills or skin rash. we've seen those videos of criminals... stealing packages off porches.but a seattle inventor says he's come up with a way to protect your stuff.gary horcher shows us the package guard.
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seattle inventor mike grabham says the inspiration for his new creation came from serious perspiration. ''i was like there's gotta be a way to protect a box on your porch! it can't be that hard."like a lot of others we've covered over the past year, mike was taken by bold package thieves--or as he calls them, "porch pirates." he noticed in our news coverage, they aren't deterred by cameras, if no one is around."cuz i can't stop them. i know i can't stop them, but can i scare them?" this is mike's idea. it's called a "package guard." when packages are delivered--they go on top of the guard. "they'll do this..still ok! cuz it still sets it off."the package guard sends you a text--and you respond by arming the guard from your phone."the deterrent is the sound. it turns into a very loud alarm - very similar to a car alarm""the minute it comes off, it's instantanious..."the alarm tone's still being worked out..but when it goes off--you get another text
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remotely."the minute that alarm goes off, they're not gonna be walking back to the car. they're gonna run to the car and most likely they're going to drop the package. they'll definately drop the package if it's big!"mike says when they go to mass production, they'll sell for about 50 bucks."it's really you trying to take care of your stuff and that's what this came from is me trying to take care of my stuff." that was gary horcher reporting. reporting.people on the oregon coast headed to the beach to check out the wind gusts of more than 70 miles per hour. you can see them whipping around out there.the winds warning from the national weather service.sea swells got as high as 30 feet in some
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rain and lowered visibility due to the showers and plentiful ground level moisture, 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.south winds will also become gusty ahead of a cold front pushing through the ohio valley. wind gusts to near 30 miles an hour are possible. 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.the cold front clears the tri-state early friday morning. we may hang on to a few clouds to start with an isolated showers prior to daybreak but most, if not all of the rain will be gone. skies will become mostly sunny afternoon friday with highs in the lower to mid 60s.a warm boundary will move over the region during the day saturday and that could trigger a few light showers. temperatures will warm to near 70 degrees.
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west, moving over the ohio valley, will produce scattered showers sunday. highs will continue to stay well above average topping out in the
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governor john kasich's fight for the gop's presidential nomination -- is the topic of this week's caption this
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an endorsement from arnold schwarzenegger.right now at the 9 on your side facebook page -- you can create the top caption for this or vote for your favorite.the winner gets a free subscription to the wcpo insider. many of us are enjoying this warmer weather.but there is one business closing down early because of it. it.plus the muskies are going after marquette.we're just hours away from their first big game in the big east
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the ski season has come to an end at perfect north. north.you're looking live at the "snow" cam at the slopes in lawrenceburg..the ski resort posted on its facebook page that spring temperatures are now here... and they just don't have enough snow left over for another weekend they're thanking everyone who came out this year to hit the slopes... and they're inviting everyone back next season. xavier hits the court today
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the musketeers are entering the matchup with the most wins and best ranking in school history.they're 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. they've never won it. two major events are bringing thousands of people downtown this weekend.how police are planning to handle the large crowds. new details in the madison school shooting.and how parents can get some resources to help their students cope. and consumer reporter john matarese is on your side with why you should do some digging
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rain is falling in the tri- state this noon hour. hour.here's a live look outside from skycam 9.how long until the skies are clear? let's go right to meteorologist sherry hughes. rain and lowered visibility due to the showers and plentiful ground level moisture, 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
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gop presidential frontrunner donald trump is headed to
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so are thousands of runners - of a different kind. kind.9 on your side's timyka artist is live with how police are preparing to handle trump's visit, the heart mini, and possible record crowds. two big events all happening on sunday. between the mini heart marathon and the rally for donald trump.. we could easily see crowds of 30-35 000 downtown this weekend. officials planned well ahead of time for aha event .. now in its 38th year. they only learned of donald trumps visit about 48 hours ago. lt bruce hoffbauer w the traffic unit says the larger than usual weekend crowds could make it feel more like weekday rush hour even though it's w weekend ...
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police officials will be talking with the secret service later on today to discuss security and logistical matters. as far as what you can expect to see on sunday, it all depends on what time donald trump arrives those details still being worked out this noon hour - new support for presidential hopeful john kasich. ohio state head coach urban meyer is coming out in support of the ohio governor. in a new video, the head coach of the buckeyes calls kasich a friend.he also says he is a true supporter of what kasich
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high profile endorsement this week.california governor arnold schwarzenegger also backs kasich. trump and his rivals will hit the stage tonight before tuesday's winner take all primaries in florida and ohio. and today hillary clinton and bernie sanders are back on the trail after last night's democratic debate. kenneth moton reports from washington. the fiery fight for florida. sot sanders madam secretary, i will match my record against yours any day of the week. sot hillary clinton excuse me, excuse me. hillary clinton and bernie sanders got right to it...taking on the issues and each other during this univision democratic debate in the sunshine state. the former secretary of state hit with another tough question on her private email scandal. sot clinton jorge ramos: if you get indicted, are you going to drop out? clinton: oh, that's not going to happen. i'm not even answering that question while twitter argued over the color of sanders' coat.... nats get out of here, go home to mom donald trump supporters and protestors clashed at his rally in fayetteville, north carolina. the billionaire was
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he attacked his gop rivals. sot donald trump i think we're gonna have a fantastic week trump may have a 67 percent unfavorability rating in the latest abc news-washington post poll, but he's ahead in the winner take all contests in marco rubio's florida and john kasich's ohio. sot john kasich he's going to lose ohio, i'm going to win ohio. just watch sot-rubio q. do u need a miracle on tuesday? a: we need votes and we're gonna campaign is being asked incident at his victory party tuesday night. reporter michelle fields of conservative news site breitbart claimed she was forcefully grabbed by trump's campaign manager corey lewandowski after she asked a tough question. (kenneth standup close) the trump campaign has not responded. he and his gop rivals will hit the debate stage tonight in florida where some polls show trump up by 20 points. km abcnews new this noon hour.the madison teens charged with not reporting a crime in connection with last week's school shooting did not enter pleas this morning in court. that's according to our partners at the journal news. the teens are accused of knowing the suspect had a gun, and not telling anyone.
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another chance to get together to help their students move on from the shooting.dozens of parents and students attended the event last night at the high school.school leaders say the goal is to promote healing after four students were injured in a cafeteria shooting. tonight's forum is at the elementary school.it starts at six p-m. we now have the identity of thevictim in a deadly shooting in over-the-rhine. cincinnati police say james mixon may have also played a role in a robbery. officers tell 9 on your side a man called 9-1-1 and said he was being robbed.he says 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. fewer than 100 people are without power right nowin springfield township after a car slammed into a utility pole overnight on summit road. that's down from more than a thousand.summit road was closed as crews work to remove live power lines and get the lights back on.we're told the driver of the car ran from the scene.
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colerain township to hear about the strides being made in the fight against heroin, and what still has to be done. one of the big things talked about at the focus on hope heroin forum will be the quick response team in colerain township.it is made up of a police officer a paramedic and a counselor.they respond to heroin overdoses with more than just narcan to revive patients, but also with efforts to get them in treatment. they say of the nearly 100 people they've helped since july, 79 percent have gotten treatment after. they say it's only a start to try to end the heroin epidemic. the reality is while we're helping to bridge a gap to treatment there are a lot of resources that are needed to be applied to provide the follow-up and give them resources when they're in treatment and when they return alone. they'll be meeting tonight at that focus on hope forum. it's at the colerain community
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police in saint bernard are warning residents to be on the lookout for looters. several cars were broken into over the past several days along church street and washington avenue.police say all of the crimes happened overnight, all because the victims neglected to lock their doors. cameras, ipods, cash and otehr items were stolen.so far there've been no arrests.police say it's the perfect time to remind you to always lock up and never leave any valuables in plain view inside your car. could you tell the real ticketmaster website, from a fake? fake?"i dont understand how people can get away with this!" this!"consumer reporter john matarese shows us why not knowing what the real deal is could cost you big time! and one health department has a brand-new tool to fight the zika virus.why speed is on
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is it ticketmaster.....or not? a tri state woman buying tickets to an upcoming concert at us bank arena just ended up paying much more than she expected.consumer reporter john matarese is on your side with what you need to watch for. quick: what website is this? that's easy, it's ticketmaster. what website is this? looks like ticketmaster too....especially if it's on your phone, where belinda johnson found it. it."when the site came up it looked official, so i thought i was on the ticketmaster site." site." so belinda went ahead and bought tickets to see maroon 5
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this fall.only problem, the site she had landed on, thorugh a google search, wasn't really ticketmaster at all! all!"i googled ticketmaster and a company came up called master tickets." what she thought was ticketmaster was master tickets dot center.the 80 dollar tickets on the official site were 147 each on the lookalike site! site!"i ended up paying 90 percent more for these tickets!"master ticket, according to the better business bureau has been around for only 6 months, and already has 4 complaints.its location, according to the bbb: a post office box in a ups store in new york city. city."i dont understand how people can get away with this!" but master ticket is a third party ticket seller, and is perfectly legal.unfortunately, for people like belinda, it's a case of buyer beware...like other sites peddling paul mcartney seats and theater tickets....you have to be very careful where you're buying from these days.
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starting at 5...trying to sort out the confusion over the new time warner cable adaptors you may soon need.plus: whats the catch with chipotle's free burrito coupon? today starting at 5. zika is a growing concern, especially in southern states. new technology is helping one city's health department diagnose people faster than ever. rain and lowered visibility due to the showers and plentiful ground level moisture, 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. fighting cancer, and having fun while doing it.our guest today will tell us all about the once in a lifetime gala when 9 on your side at noon
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the houston health department is now doing a same-day zika test. test.the department previously had to ship samples to the c-d-c to be tested.zika is a growing problem in houston: there have been six confirmed cases so far this year. all were from patients who traveled to a country with a zika outbreak. working up a sweat is great...but overtraining can lead to a burnout. mary moloney explains why it's equally important to give your body enough time to recover. natwhether you're looking to shed a few pounds or getting that beach body ready.. your workout schedule should incorporate some recovery time. here are a few signs your body is calling out for a rest day..you're always sore feeling some muscle soreness following a workout is pretty normal, especially if you're a newbie.. but not if you exercise regularly. give your muscles 1 to 2 days to recover between training sessions. you're constantly tiredfatigue
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might be overtraining. the rush of endorphins during a workout can block the sensation of pain.. but stress produces a hormone called cortisol.when cortisol levels are elevated, they can take a toll on your mental health. you're dehydrated and while we all know staying hydrated during workouts is important, it's just as critical to *start* your workout that way. for the body to recover from even mild dehydration it can take about an hour. a little 'r-n-r' in between workout routines can go a long way. for today's health minute, i'm mary moloney. let's turn to your forecast now with a live look from skycam 9. 9.i'm joined now by meteorologist sherry hughes...
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due to the showers and plentiful ground level moisture, 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.south winds will also become gusty ahead of a cold front pushing through the ohio valley. wind gusts to near 30 miles an hour are possible. 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.the cold front clears the tri-state early friday morning. we may hang on to a few clouds to start with an isolated showers prior to daybreak but most, if not all of the rain will be gone. skies will become mostly sunny afternoon friday with highs in the lower to mid 60s.a warm boundary will move over the region during the day saturday and that could trigger a few light showers. temperatures will warm to near 70 degrees. an area of low pressure to our west, moving over the ohio valley, will produce scattered showers sunday. highs will continue to stay well above average topping out in the
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its mission is a big one: cure all cancers.but it's one we can all get behind.the cure starts now's once in a lifetime gala is coming up next week.here to tell us more is executive director brooke desserich. join us on march 19, 2016 at the duke energy convention center's grand ballroom for our 9th annual once in a lifetime gala and auction. all proceeds benefit cancer research to find the "homerun" cure for all cancers through the cure starts now
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cure starts now has funded over $6.7 million in pediatric brain cancer research. this is the 9th annual once in a lifetime gala, moulin rouge theme incredible live and silent auction offerings including trips to paris to see the real moulin rouge, a nyc paris perfume experience, dinner at the precinct with andrew whitworth, pappy van winkle bourbon experience, create your own beer at rivertown brewing and more!
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later today at 4 on the now cincinnati... cincinnati...the investigation after a woman attempts to hide a child in her carry-on luggage. luggage.plus the increasing shortage at the airport... that's making your wait time longer. and if fatigue holds you back from making the most of your day... we have your options to keep your energy up.join tanya o'rourke and me for the now cincinnati... today at 4. let's get one last check of your forecast.rain and lowered visibility due to the showers and plentiful ground level moisture, 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
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