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has with another high profile shooting. good morning i'm kathrine nero. chris riva is in st. louis following xavier's opening round game today.we'll hear from him in a few minutes.your day is going to look a lot different from yesterday... yesterday... skies will be mostly sunny again tonight and temperatures will be a bit cooler. winds are shifting to the northwest today and this will keep highs in the mid 50s this afternoon. rain returns for saturday with the potential for a few snowflakes mixing in early that morning. the tri-state mother police
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sons legs in scalding water as punishment is due to face a morning.anna ritchie is charged with child endangerment... but that will likely be changed to a more serious charge this morning. the warren county coroner says austin cooper died from those burns.ritchie's bond was more than tripled to 350- thousand dollars. cooper was found by his father... who called 9-1-1 because his son wasn't breathing. rebecca kinner is due in court this morning where she'll enter a plea in the death of her two year old daughter kinsley. kinsley.she's charged with involuntary manslaughter. police say she did nothing to stop her boyfriend bradley young from beating the 2 year old.kinsley kinner died last year.young is charged with her murder. a case more than a year old. but this morning police say they have their man. man.you'll remember these picturesthe bullet riddled windows of the great american tower. tower.nine on your sides ashley zilka with more on the
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for months- people in downtown cincinnati were on edge. 17:32:17 it was absolutely a topic of conversation. 23the great american tower became a target. bullets shattered windows in the middle of the nighton several occasions..in january 2015. 17:35:14 there had to be somebody crazy. everybody was speculating. perhaps a guy that got fired or something like that and was looking to come back and get even. 24 now more than a year later, this man rayshawn herald faces a federal charge in connection with the shootings. 17:35:32 i am glad that they have somebody, at least that they are making progress with it, you just don't want to see that go on and nothing is done. 41those shootings happened after business hours and only security officers were inside great american tower. investigators say herald had the gun used in the shootings.. but he not charged with the shootings themsleves. shakira lewis works at in between tavern, a bar right next to the tower. this arrest is a big relief. 17:32:28 we didn't want to stay open past 6 o'clock because of that. it
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was bad. 37 herald is no stranger to police. he is also suspected in what police call a "wild west" style shootout on reading road last spring. a stray bullet hit a cincinnati metro bus. herald was sentenced to spend a total of 6 years in prison.17:31:38 it makes me feel a lot more safe to know that, that person is off the street or at least they got a to be over. 48 az, 9oys. nine on your side's cameras will be there this afternoon when police hold a press conference on the car that went flying into the ohio river tuesday. only chopper nine was able to bring you aerial pictures tuesday as the search for survivors was underway. one of the 9-1-1 callers said it was a red s-u-v that went off the bridge after it was hit by a semi. while rescuers located the s-u-v on the river bottom.. the high water levels and swift current are preventing them from retrieving it this morning we've learned the driver of a car in a deadly head-on collision with a school bus had three times the
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system. that informaton released late last night by the miami county sheriff's office.taylor dickey was killed in the crash january 28-th on kessler - frederick road. police say she crossed the center line and was thrown from her car. nine children on the bus were treated for minor injuries. it doesn't get much more exciting than right now for college basketball fans. and that is doubly- true for xavier supporters. nine on your side anchor chris riva is with the musketeers in saint louis. he says preparing for the first game is a family affair. it's a special moment at xavier's practice... chris mack center court with his two daughters hailee and lainee. this tournament is a family affiar... the two girls are part of the program. amanda steele, the wife of associate head coach travis steele says the closeness comes with the game.amanda steele/coaches wife "everyone sacrifices, everyone benefits. when you are losing you have to put
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realized when you come home there are better things to come home to."from center court to front row - rex flannert and his dad make the first round of the tournament a father/son trip every year. rex "every year my dad and i go to the first couple of rounds. luckily they have been real successful in the past. it is real exciting."john "this is a great bonding experience with my son. he now lives about 4 hours away so it nice to get together in the first round of the ncaa every year."a couple of rows back... mary wuestefeld from cold spring was elated the muskies played in st. louis. the home of her sister. both are xavier alums.mary jo "we had our hotel reservations a month in advance because we knew they were going to come here and just had to wait for the final sunday to come."from the stands to the court... xavier basketball brings families together.riva su close "the entire basketball family here in st. louis is hoping their basketball team extends the
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at the ncaa tournament - chris riva 9oys." jason will call for graphic fullskies will be mostly sunny again tonight and temperatures will be a bit cooler. winds are shifting to the northwest today and this will keep highs in the mid 50s this afternoon. rain returns for saturday with the potential for a few snowflakes mixing in early that morning. traffic we've got new video of otto warmbier.the wyoming graduate
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his family hopes can help facilitate his release. donald trump always said he could unite both sides of the isle.why democrates and republicans aren't coming together for the reasons he
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new details this morning concerning the wyoming highschool graduate being held captive by north korea. the government there says this video shows 21 year old otto
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banner from the hotel where he was staying with a tour group. warmbier is now sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. his family is now hoping former new mexico governor bill richardson can help win his release. meanwhile north korea fired a ballistic missile in the these pictures are from past missile tests. the missile went down in the sea of japan. north korea also fired two missiles last week. the house of representatives unanimously passed a resolution labeling isis atrocities is syria genocide yesterday. it's a word the state department has been reluctant to use.that last time it did so was in dafur back in 2004.this morning the u-s and our allies are turning up the heat on the terror group.there are inklings of an offensive to retake the city of raqqa, which for the last three years isis has considered its capitol call it an anti-trump rising.
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including top conservatives are plotting against the republican frontrunner.in his first comments since suspending his presidential campaign -- marco rubio went after donald trump. trump.(sen. marco rubio/ (r) former presidential candidate): "hopefully there's still time to prevent a trump nomination which i think would fracture the party and be damaging to the conservative movement." movement."senator lindsey graham has long been the head of the anti ted cruz movement, but he says he'll play nice if it means stopping trump.and the leaders of nearly two dozen liberal groups signed a letter urging the party to unite against trump.and we already know how hillary and bernie feel. skies will be mostly sunny again tonight and temperatures will be a bit cooler. winds are shifting to the northwest today and this will keep highs in the mid 50s this afternoon. rain returns for saturday with the potential for a few snowflakes mixing in early that morning.
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great time.but as the day turns to night, the fun can turn to danger.the alternatives police have to make sure your night doesn't end in a jail cell or even worse. lead in drinking water, it's fast becoming a national issue. the troubling numbers this morning and what they have to
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gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 4:30 on 9 on your side!" one night down one night to go. saint patrick's day is a great time...but it can be dangerous too.with some people hopping behind the wheel after a night of drinking.police say they are doing everything they can to make sure everyone gets home safely. 9 on your side's rose-ann aragon spent the day at fountain square, speaking with both officers and partiers. nats: you got to come out! you got to show your irish heritage. -- i'm not irish. nats: i saw the suit. i said i got to have it.nats: we went to the cock and bull and we're headed to zazu's and we're here to have fun. from downtown cincinnati to downtown covington --it's hard
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nats: happy st. patty's day! but with the festivities, the crowds and of course -- the green drinks -- troopers say it's a time where decisions count (***sgt david grooms-ohio state highway patrol***)"any time you get people consuming alcohol we just hope they make the right decision and not make the choice ot get behind the wheel." some sobering facts--in the last four years the national highway safety administration says there were 276 drunk driving deaths--more than half of drunk two times the legal alcohol limit. in ohio just last year--50 alcohol related crashes. roe: so what do police suggest? get a designated driver, call a cab or use a rideshare app like uber or--but know what they're charging. with demand uber drivers say-- the price surge could skyrocket some even than 6 times the normal rate-- person: uber does hike it's prices during times like this but i don't want to drive drunk and i don't want to be around drunk drivers because it's dangerous.troopers say-- they're ready. "we're looking for people not maintaining their lane maybe driving off the road, changing their speeds, numerous things that could indicate impaired driving... the goal-- a smooth and *safe holiday."it's a good
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and the weather is amazing." rose ann argon reporting.. getting a higher education in ketucky could be about to get a lot cheaper.the kentucky house yesterdayoverwhelmingly approved a bill that would provide two years of free tuition for thousands of kentucky community college students.students would have to maintain at least a two - point- oh grade average to qualify... and be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours a semester. the bill now goes to the senate. just as the weather is getting colder again... hundreds of people in hamilton don't have any natural gas to heat their homes. officials tell nine on your side repairs may not be complete until tomorrow. the leaking water got into a gas service main.. forcing repair crews to turn off that line. the outage affects a wide area of south central hamilton... including parts of dixie highway at emery avenue to fairview avenue to zimmerman avenue. once the gas is turned back on... crews will tell customers to re-light the pilot lights of their appliances.
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enviornment this morning. morning.a new report shows lead levels are too high at some schools and day cares in 42 states... including ohio and indiana. the u-s-a today network findings are based on federal figures. researchers found 20 percent of water systems across the country have high levels of lead. and many school's water supplies aren't regulated under federal law because they depend on municipal systems. now let's check in with with your nine first warning weather.
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we are looking at dry driving conditions again as we start the day and it's cooler as well. temperatures drop into the upper 30s and low 40s, so definitely grab a jacket. skies stay mostly clear for the bulk of our friday forecast. winds are still expected to shift to the northwest this afternoon and this ensures cooler highs. we should top out in the mid 50s today. let's dive into the weekend outlook! a canadian air mass and some moisture from the southwest will combine for a likely chance for rain on saturday. but as temperatures drop as we head into saturday morning, we'll see conditions that are cold enough to get some snowflakes. we are not expecting anything to stick on saturday morning and this will likely turn to rain quickly during the day. scattered showers will be
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saturday with less than 1/2" of rain possible. temperatures only hit the mid 40s tomorrow. on to sunday, we could see a few flurries early in the morning but this is the back edge of this system. by that afternoon, skies will be partly cloudy and temperatures
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beware the spring vacation scam! you knowthe saying if it's too good to be true it probably is.john matarese is on your side so you don't waste your money. if i could only get this response for all my jokes.what
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skies will be mostly sunny again tonight and temperatures will be a bit cooler. winds are shifting to the northwest today and this will keep highs in the mid 50s this afternoon. rain returns for saturday with the potential for a few snowflakes mixing in early
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did yesterday's beautiful early spring weather get you itching for a beach getaway? before you get online to look for a deal, ohio's attorney general is warning about some springtime travel scams you need to watch out for! beautiful spring days get us in the mood to travel.but so many people have bad memories of a travel ripoff... ripoff..."the ship was really old, and bad...."...and vacations that are nothing like what's promised. promised."they told us that some of the ports would be open, and they actually weren't, and we knew it but they weren't truthful with us." us."until recently, fax machines and us mail were the scammers best friend.but now they are turning to social media...to make you think that everyone is getting these deals. deals."last year we received over 400 complaints about travel scams..."ohio attorney general mike dewine came to 9
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about the top travel scams this year.the top ripoffs: -free airfare that isn't. isn't."you get a postcard that says you've won free airline tickets, or you've won something else. and then once youve looked into it there's always a catch." -free hotel rooms that come with high pressure to buy a timeshare. timeshare."what they dont tell you is that when you do this you have to listen to their speil. you are outgunned, frankly. these guys do this every single day."-and discount travel clubs with no available dates. dates."a travel club can be a couple of thousand dollars, and you see all these brochures and things you'll get to do, and the reality is much different than what they purported it to be."that offer for a 3 night mexican vacation for 300 bucks? bucks?"if it's too good to be true, its probably not good at all." john materese reporting...a huge tuna recall to tell you about this morning.bumble bee and tri-union are recalling thousands of their chunk light tuna cans.
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thousand cases may have been contaminated during a factory sterilazation process. tri-union puts thei number lower at three thousand cases. neither has said what the contaminant is but say eating the tuna can be lifethreatenin g.you can find the exact u-p-c codes on the f-d-a website... fda-dot-org. marty mcfly eat your heart out. nike has unveiled a new self-lacing sneaker . they are called hyperadapt 1-point-oh. when you step into the shoe, your heel will hit a sensor and the system will automatically tighten. the sneaker is based on the nike mag shoe the company made last year, which is a replica from the movie "back to the future part two.". this next video has been blowing up online.a vine video
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laughs on command.take a listen... listen... its been viewed more than 35 million time in three days.i wonder what the joke was. in the wake of the shooting at madison highschol three weeks ago, students at monroe middle are organizing.the new campaign aimed at stopping
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scramble for safety after gunshots ring out in clifton. what we're learning about where it happened... and the condition of the victim. the tri-state woman... accused of scalding her own step-son... will face a judge in just a few hours.the new charges she could be facing. stopping violence before it begins.tri-state students... helping their fellow classmates stay *madison- strong.*the special program today to prevent another
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good morning tri-state, i'm kath rine nero.chris riva is in st. louis today with xavier. here - it's getting cooler ... jennifer - it's a good for watching basketball.. skies will be mostly sunny again tonight and temperatures will be a bit cooler. winds are shifting to the northwest today and this will keep highs in the mid 50s this afternoon. rain returns for saturday with the potential for a few snowflakes mixing in early

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