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northeastern part of the state. to hold that event trump cancelled a rally at his golf course doral near miami. both ohio and florida have winner take all primaries tomorrow that are key to the republican race. but polls show trump with a lead in florida but trailing kasich in some polls in ohio. trump's campaign has said if he's successful on election day he'll hold a rally at doral sometime afterward to celebrate.and in the next half hour what one tri-state woman asked a candidate that got national attention.reporting live jordan burgess. 9 on your side. trump was a hit with the hit king during his rally in west chester. chester.
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that rally, trump tweeted out a picture he says rose sent him...as you see there...it's a signed baseball asking trump to make america great again. hillaryclinton is looking for a sweep in tomorrow's primaries.she leads bernie including ohio. ohio.the two democrats are coming off of a town hall meeting in columbus.many of the voter questions centered around the economy. ( sot: hillary clinton / (d) presidential candidate )"we have to look at how we keep a steel industry going. standing here tonight, i can't tell you exactly what that would look like, but i can pledge to you that i'm committed to keeping a steel industry and steel workers working in ohio and america."( sot: bernie sanders / (d) presidential candidate ) but of course we are going to do trade, and trade policies have to be policies that work for the people of our country." country."the sister of sam dubose, the man shot and killed by a university of cincinnati officer, was in the crowd and asked a question.
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nine on your side and wcpo dot com have complete coverage leading up to tomorrow's ohio primary.look for extended coverage all day both on air and on line. in the live alert center with breaking details on a car bombing in turkey that's killed at least 37 people.the bombing targeted civilians near busy bus stops in the capital city of ankara.kurdish militants are suspected in the attack.the two suspected bombers also died in the blast. in west africa -- al-qaeda is claiming responsibility for a deadly assault...gunmen stormed an ivory coast beach resort sending tourists running for their lives.two members of the ivory coast special forces, 14 civlians and 6 attackers were killed.. new this morning...we have learned the identity of the man shot and killed in avondale. avondale.police say 21- year-old trazone mahaffey was shot around six o-clock last night inside a car at the gas station near the corner of
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avenues.police are still looking for a suspect.if you have any information that can help police, call crime stoppers.the number - 513-352-3040.you don't have to give your name and you can earn cash for clues if your tip leads to an arrest. today a judge will either set a trial date, or allow the suspect in a deadly stabbing spree to enter a plea.hamilton county prosecutor joe deters plans to seek the death penalty against akihiko clayton. he's accusedof killing 33-year-old emilio ramirez and wounding three of his young children and a teen-age nephew in their springdale apartment back on july 2.police say clayton got away at first, but they caught up with him months later after he robbed a bank in northern kentucky. expect mostly cloudy skies with showers developing later this morning and afternoon. highs will reach the mid-60s. as well. tonight, showers end
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dangerous floodwaters are creeping higher in louisiana. when the people there can expect some relief. mourning in maryland. maryland.a police officer there is dead after what authorities are calling an
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talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, scream. only one guy's done more than talk. kasich. he'll do for america 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? responsible for the content
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a maryland police department is mourning one of its own, killed in the line of duty. duty.28-year-old jacai colson was shot and killed yesterday in what the chief is calling an "unprovoked attack."prince george's county police say officers were just doing their jobs when the suspect opened fire on them outside the police station.several officers fired back, and colson, a four-year veteran, was killed just days shy of his 29th birthday. "so today we witnessed again another horrific act of evil and this is an act of cowardice. a new low in executing the defenders of this community. " "police are unable to determine whose bullets hit whom.there are two suspects in custody right now. the water is still rising in louisiana this morning. this is video from the baton rouge area.the predictions have actually been lowered as
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will rise.but residents are still scared. "maybe getting caught in it and getting carried off with the current because it's very strong. if it comes in the house you can redo that but if you get in it and you're gone, it's over." the floodwater is expected to stick around through the end of the week. expect mostly cloudy skies with showers developing later this morning and afternoon. highs will reach the mid-60s. isolated t-storms are possible as well. tonight, showers end late with lows falling into
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gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 6 on 9 on your side!" did spring forward just wipe you out?are you still recovering? recovering?that could translate to danger on the roadways. roadways.9 on your side's kristen swilley is digging into this one. feeling sleepy this morning? well, you're not alone. in just the past month nearly one in three drivers admitted to getting behind the wheel when they felt tired....and that was before we lost an hour of sleep. triple a has the numbers behind drowsy driving on this first day back to work...as
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triple a says it leads to more than 100 thousand crashes a year.that's because people who sleep six to seven hours a night are twice as likely to be involved in a crash as those sleeping eight or more.they also found more than 250 thousand people admit they fell asleep at the wheel....even if for less than a second.triple a reps add that some police departments nationwide experience a 10 percent increase in crashes right after we "spring forward." of course it's always important to slow down and keep those headlights on. but pay even more attention to pedestrians because the late sunset means more joggers and kids out on bikes. reporting live...kristen swilley..9 on
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math nerds rejoice.today is march 14th.otherwise known as pi day - 3/14. 3/14.three, one and four are the first three digits of pi, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
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toss to weather weather tuesday looks great for those heading to the polls. highs will reach the low 70s with a mix of clouds and sun. tuesday night into wednesday morning, we'll see another front bring a chance for showers and storms. isolated severe weather is possible, with damaging winds being the greater threat. lows will fall into the low 50s. much cooler weather moves in for the remainder of the week, with wednesday highs in the low
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don't forget, facebook right now.just go to the wcpo page and watch the feed to see what's happening. and from facebook to twitter, we're tracking what's trending, when we come back. back. richard simmons, the obama sisters...they're in your news
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wmax fullexpect mostly cloudy skies with showers developing later this morning and afternoon. highs will reach the mid-60s. isolated t-storms are possible as well. tonight, showers end late with lows falling into the low to mid- 50s. a facebook post is getting a lot of attention from people desperate for relief from migraines. migraines. a mom in kentucky who has migraines
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bath every night has cured her. experts say the minty vapor can help because it triggers a receptor in the skin that can make us feel cool.. and ease pain.the facebook post has almost 10-thousand likes and it's been shared more than 100- thousand times is he missing, or just taking a break? break?fitness guru richard simmons' representative just released a statement saying he is taking a time out from public life. life.the 67-year-old's friends and family have become increasingly worried about him recently.a former assistant claims simmons told him he's being held against his will, and his housekeeper is controlling his life.but his rep says simmons is just tired of being in the public eye for
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when your friend scores some facetime with a good-looking guy or gal, you get excited for them. them.the obama sisters are no exception. exception.look at this picture making the rounds on social media.it's from thursday's state dinner at the white house.you can see sasha obama talking to hollywood heartthrob ryan reynolds. sister malia is giving her a huge thumbs up! ohio's primary is tomorrow.and the candidates are making last-minute pushes for votes. votes.jordan burgess is following that, with one cincinnati man's sister who
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a customer tweets "bank fees make me physically ill. #overdraft" how do you respond? sounds like a medical problem. i'd send her to a hospital. "hashtag not the bank's problem."
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we can speak out against terrorists, against murderers, killers of all forms. except when that killer is a police officer officerthe sister of a man shot and killed during a traffic stop at u-c takes her questions to the candidates. what sam dubose's sister wanted to know, just before casting her primary vote. donald trump and john kasich are focusing their final hours on ohio, ahead of tomorrow's primary. collapse in clifton.what snet a balcony tumbling to the
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good morning tri-state i'm chris riva and i'm kathrine nero.9 first warning meterologist jason adams is in this morning for jennifer ketchmark and he's saying we're in store for some more rain.. rain..when will it be here...? expect mostly cloudy skies with showers developing later this morning and afternoon. highs will reach the mid-60s. isolated t-storms are possible as well. tonight, showers end late with lows falling into
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with people across the country looking on.. a tri-state woman asked a pointed question to one of the presidential candidates.she's the sister of the man shot and killed by a u-c police officer. officer.9 on your side's jordan burgess is live with what she asked.. and the candidate's response. the question was to democratic candidate bernie sanders.his response got a lot of applause. and it's one of the things you might hear today from sanders supporters who are stopping
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today. the question was part of a town hall with sanders and his opponent hillary clinton... that was held in columbus and shown on c-n-n.terina allen.. the sister of samuel dubose asked sanders whether he would make police officers more accountable for fatal shootings.dubose was shot and killed by u-c police officer ray tensing... who's facing murder charges.sanders talked about de-militarizing police departments.. and making sure the reflect the diversity of their communities... and then promised this. the american people are tired blacks, whites, all of us are tired of seeing unarmed people getting shot. we're tired of the way of seeing any more people in jail than any other country on earth. the sanders supporters here today are a national nurses union.they've been taking a bus all across the country campaigning for sanders. they're expected this afternoon here at u-c.. and union station and smale park. reporting live.. jordan
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sanders' rival, hillary clinton, talked about closing the loopholes when it comes to gun control.she says officials need to crack down on the makers and sellers of guns. donald trump is sticking around the buckeye state because john kasich is leading the way right now in ohio. while trump was in the area one local man got the chance to clear things up.trump took a question from staff sergeant matt maupin's father, keith. matt was taken captive in iraq almost 12 years ago.and was later killed .at the rally yesterday...keith maupin got his opportunity to ask trump a question about a comment trump made about prisoners of war... and says he got the clarification he was looking for. trump: "12:58 they are heroes just so you understand they are real heroes"keith: "4:09 i needed to be right exactly where i was today and i have
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that question, he come off the stage and come over to me and i thought that was pretty good" keith: "5:03 he was pretty honest straight forward with me" me"on whether he'll cast his vote for trump- he say's he's thinking about it ...right now just satisfied he got to ask his question. ohio governor john kasich is getting a powerful ally on the campaign trail...former g-o-p presidenial candidate mitt romney will join kasich today at events in north canton and westerville. nine on your side and wcpo dot com have complete coverage leading up to tomorrow's ohio primary.look for extended and on line. people living in a clifton apartment building are demanding action from the city. they want an inspection of their building immediately after a balcony fell.... fell....no one was on the balcony when it collapsed yesterday afternoon.the
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of ludlow and middleton avenues.we are told one of the women who lives there had just stepped inside her apartment. an indiana man has died while spending his spring break vacation in florida.police say 20-year-old tyler gilmore from terre haute, fell from a parking garage in panama city beach yesterday morning. gilmore's friends said he had been drinking .and according to investigators, he was seen intoxicated about two hours before his body was discovered. police also say they don't believe anyone else is involved in gilmore's death. expect mostly cloudy skies with showers developing later this morning and afternoon. highs will reach the mid-60s. isolated t-storms are possible as well. tonight, showers end late with lows falling into
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preparing for the travel rush. what the tsa is saying about the spring break travel forecast...and how it could be a storm in the security check lines. getting ready for the big dance.we have a line-up of the march madness games and when our local teams will be
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a popular brand of dog food is
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may not contain the recommended level of added vitamins and minerals. minerals.those are the purina wet dog food products .... they recall includes beneful prepared meals, beneful chopped blends and pro plan savory meals with a best before date of june 2017 to august 2017... purina says it's concerned dogs could get sick from not eating the vitamins they need.you can return them for a full refund. a record number of americans are expected to fly this spring break season ... ...but travelers might not get the spring fling they're hoping for... because the t- s-a is struggling to fully staff its security teams.the shortage combined with the oncoming crush of travlers is expected to snarl security lines at airports across the country ... wait times at some busy airports could be as long as two hours.travel experts say there are some things you can to to make your flying experience less of a hassle. sot billy sanez vp of marketing, farecompare.com one of the great tips is actually
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on a sunday or saturday morning morningthe t-s-a is churning out 200 new officers per week but with 140 million people expected to fly somewhere this or next month ... that may not be enough. wmax fullexpect mostly cloudy skies with showers developing later this morning and afternoon. highs will reach the mid-60s. isolated t-storms are possible as well. tonight, falling into the low to mid- 50s. getting days off work to hang with your kid. kid. the new bill proposed by lawmakers and why not everyone
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gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 6 on 9 on your side!" start planning where you're going to watch our local teams in the n-c-a-a tournament ... the brackets, the matchups and game times are out! out!xavier and u-c are getting ready for their first game ... both play friday. friday.but they're not alone ...indiana, kentucky, and dayton all in the field of 68. xavier is tghe highest local seed ...at two ...the muskies will face weber state in saint louis friday. here are match ups and game times for all of our local teams...kentucky and indiana lead it off on thursday night
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early game. if those two teams win, they'll meet in the the round of 32friday, xavier and uc both play late ...about 9:20 for xavier ...around 10 for u-c.dayton has an early tip friday at 12-15. how would you like to get paid to help enrich your child's education?if some california lawmakers get their way, parents. they're working on a bill that would allow employees to take up to three extra paid days off a year if they spend that time involved with their kids' school lives.supporters say parents shouldn't have to choose between paying bills and being a part of their kids' educations.lawmakers say even though companies would have to pay employees who aren't at work ... they think the future benefits will be worth it. "you end up with kids who are more engaged in their school, parents who understand better what their students are working on and then you end up having a more productive workforce in the future." future."not everyone thinks it's a good idea ... some
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proposal say ... the economy isn't in a good enough place to support businesses shouldering additional costs... even for a good cause. it's the chair that launched a literary legend. legend.j. k. rowling sat right here -- as a poverty-stricken single mother -- when she wrote the first two harry potter books -- conjuring up fame and fortune. and now - it's up for auction ...it goes on the block next month in new york -- the minimum bid 45-
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toss to wx wx tuesday looks great for those heading to the polls. highs will reach the low 70s with a mix of clouds and sun. tuesday night into wednesday morning, we'll see another front bring a chance for showers and storms. isolated severe weather is possible, with damaging winds being the greater threat. lows will fall into the low 50s. much cooler weather moves in for the remainder of the week, with
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an officer loses his patrol car to a suspect...and then it's on.the new video just into our newsroom of a late night chase.
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just been rushed to the hospital.where an amtrak train has derailed and what
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american workers brought us back from the crash. now, let's move forward. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. we've gotta create new jobs and industries of the future.
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approve this message. we have some crazy video out of california this morning at -- where someone stole a cop's car ... then led police on a high speed chase through los angeles! take a look at this ..that cruiser you see there with the lights going ... is actually being driven by the thief!the suspect hit the highway in his stolen cruiser ... and drivers helpfully cleared his way since of course they thought he was a cop!officers chased the suspect for almost an hour ... nearly hitting triple digit speeds at some points. finally cruisers caught up ... listen to what a k-cal chopper reporter described live on the air. this guy is not giving up ...
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cruiser as well well officers fired on the suspect amid all that smoke and burning rubber ... he never got out of the car and while police haven't disclosed his condition ... the tarp they later laid over the car suggests he was killed. we're learning that 20 people have been hospitalized after a amtrak train derailment overnight.this is new video from the site of the derailment in kansas.the "southwest chief" was heading from los angeles to chicago when it went off the rails just about six hours ago.none of those injuries are believed to be life threatning.it's still unknown right now what caused that derailment. a big schedule change for donald trump today.. that has pushed ohio to the forefront for him. the front-runner for the republican presidential nomination was just here in cincinnati.. now he's making a
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state.9 on your side's jordan burgess is live with what's behind that change. donald trump will be back in ohio tonight. you can guess it has something to do with how close the race is between trump and governor john kasich. trump was just in ohio yesterday for a rally here in the tri-state.now he'll be headed to the youngstown warren airport tonight. to do that he cancelled a rally at his golf course doral near miami. both florida and ohio have winner take all primaries tomorrow. polls show trump with a significant lead in florida. but in ohio some polls have kasich ahead. trump's campaign has said they'll make up the rally in doral if he's successful on election day. reporting live jordan burgess. 9 on your side. marco rubio will be taking his campaign down the east coast of florida today. his second to last stop
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predominantly christian university.rubio is trying to make up some losses in his home state. a cbs-you gov poll released sunday puts the florida senator in third behind donald trump and teaxs senator ted cruz.rubio who says he saw large crowds over the weekend at various rallies says he's the only one poised to beat trump in florida.so far millions have been spent in television attack ads by special interest to help secure rubio's win. question is we'll just have to find out tomorrow. in west palm beach, i'm andrew ruiz. hillaryclinton is looking for a sweep in tomorrow's primaries.she leads bernie sanders in all five states, including ohio. ohio.the two democrats are coming off of a town hall meeting in columbus.many of the voter questions centered around the economy. nine on your side and wcpo dot com have complete coverage leading up to tomorrow's ohio primary.look for extended
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a health alert for men taking the little blue pill. pill.while viagra helps boost performance in the bedroom... it could now... also increase the risk of skin cancer. researchers say once a patient gets melanoma...the drug stimulates the cells to grow... causing the cancer to spread faster. we lost an hour of sleep this weekend... so here's your chance to make it up.today is national napping day. day.it's observed the day following the return of daylight saving time.if the spring forward time has you a little groggy... doctors say a nap can be just the thing to give you a boost. now let's get another check of the roads. roads.ally has your nine first warning traffic. no traffic issues, minute-by-minute updates on wcpo.com and at the bottom of
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here's a look at a foggy morning in the tri-state jason has your forecast. ( gives 7-day forecast) cloudy skies with developing later this morning and will reach the mid-60s. isolated t- storms are possible as well. tonight, showers end late with lows falling into the low to
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that's good morning tri-state for this monday, march 14th. 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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making news in america good morning, america. breaking overnight, an amtrak train wi train with 142 people on board jumps the tracks and overturns. at least 20 people injured, one airlifted to a nearby hospital. now passengers describing those terrifying moments. >> they were yelling for help. it went dark. also this morning, donald trump's rivals take him on for the growing violence at his rallies. >> don't worry about them.

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