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3 city leaders gathered last night in evanston.. and they invited the public.. asking for their input on how to reduce the amount of violent crimes in the's the first of several chances for neighbors to weigh in.. and local 12's adam clements joins us *live*with why residents are so concerned.. 3 sheila.. concern is an appropriate word for how people in the community feel
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better word.. these people are scared.. shootings.. robberies.. they want it all to end.. and last night.. they made sure their voices were heard..a large crowd gathered inside the evanston recreation center last night.. the goal - to have an open dialogue cith the city's highest ranking officials.. mayor john cranley and cincinnati police chief eliot isaac among those on addition to the issue of gun violence.. members of the neighborhood also voiced their concerns over drugs.. unemployment rates.. and a lack of role models your young people in the community..mayor cranley says he's set aside about a quarter million dollars for the witness protection program.. in hopes that people will be more likely to speak up if they know something about these violent crimes.. and put a stop to this deadly cycle.. 3 55:39 we have this issue of people not wanting to come forward :40 they fear for their lives but 55:44 we often know who the killers are but we can't make the case, :46 coming up at six.. we'll hear from cincinnati police chief eliot isaac.. and what he has to say about the current state of violence in the city.. reporting live in the newsroom.. adam clements.. local 12 news..sheila.. back to you.. 3
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meeting will focus on crime in district three.. it's next monday evening in westwood. 3 we are learning more about an early morning fire at a historic building in covington that good morning cincinnati first told you about.the fire broke out early yesterday on fourth street in one of the city's nicest's the second vacant building to catch fire this month and at least the fourth in the last three months. no one has been hurt in any of the fires. but vacant building fires are expensive to the city, dangerous to firefighters and scary to the neighbors. 3 "they're problematic. we have no idea what shape they're in so we're sending people into a structure that's dilappidated, unsafe and structurally unsound. we don't know who's in them. sometimes we have squatters in them setting fires so there's a life safety issue, you know." according to the city's own statistics, there are 1,522 abandoned structures in the city of
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morniing fire is under's a sad case - the building was built in 1869. 3 a local police department wants to use surveillance cameras from homes and businesses to help solve crimes.norwood police want to start a surveillance camera registry. they're asking people to enter their names.. and the location of cameras in their database. also.. it's not a requirement.. but camera owners can also provide their user name and password.. so police can access the footage. 3 ron murphy: "if a crime occurred on a certain street we can go that street and say oh we have eight cameras registered there and call those people and hopefully catch something on the cameras either a suspect of a vehicle." to learn more about the program you can log onto local 12 dot com... and click on the get it tab under the news section. 3 the vast majority of young people in cincinnati believe they will graduate from high school. but, after high school, a high percentage of them believe the future is bleak. a new report by xavier university was presented to cincinnati city council. nearly three
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the poorest families say they have a family member in jail.. and one in four say they've been homeless. but, they say the biggest obstacle they see is violence. 3 "almost 30% of kids are reporting that they've been physically hurt in some way by somebody. that's a big number." council members say the report is not a set- up to get more money for social service programs. but a committee looking for solutions won't report recommendation until this summer at the earliest. 3 cursive writing is optional for students in indiana... but a new bill could change that. the state senate passes a bill that would make cursive writing part of the required school's been optional for the last five years. similar proposals have been shot down in the past so the new bill is facing a challenge.state senator jean leasing says proficient handwriting is linked to higher test scores. cursive is also optional in ohio and kentucky. 3 the n- f- l is taking over levi's stadium.outside the
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the parking lot.inside.. the lombardi trophy sets the stage. .. and work crews are changing 49er scarlet into super bowl luxury suites are being built in the side end zone areas... and the field is being prepped up to take on the players and half time sports will unveil new technology for super bowl 50.there will be 36 extra cameras, super slo mo, and 360 degree views are all part of the game plan. 3 (:46) you know, they took tv into consideration when they built this stadium." (:50) (1:01) we bring everything out. we have all the toys. we have no excuses. we've got to be able to show you every single angle. (1:08)the super bowl starts around 6-30 on sunday february seventh.c-b-s will have coverage all day long leading up to the big can watch it all here on local 12.if you want to go to the super bowl.. the average resale price of a ticket is about 51- hundred
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3 dozens of new jobs.we'll tell you which local company is hiring one hundred new workers. plus, a daring escape.we'll tell you about a dog's journey during a bathroom're watching good morning
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3 100 new jobs are coming to the kenwood collection.a company that distributes digital coupons is moving into a new space in the development. quotient technology will invest a million and a half dollars over the next three years in an expansion.the company will move from mason to kenwood in june. 3 the numbers are in and they show tens of thousands of people spent time downtown or in over- the- rhine during the holidays.more than 25- thousand people turned out to light up fountain square and more than 44- thousand enjoyed
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of the downtown cincinnati gift cards were bought - adding up to about 360- thousand dollars.while people enjoyed the free events downtown, the numbers show they patronized the shops and restaurants while they were there. 3 presidential contenders face off.up next, hear from the candidates during last night's democratic town, breakfast all day is helping. we'll tell you how much the fast food giant is making on egg mcmuffins. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, please listen carefully. the lock i want to talk to you about isn't the one on your door. it's a rate lock for your life insurance that guarantees your rate can never go up at any time, for any reason. many policies don't have one but you can get a lifetime rate lock through the colonial penn program. this plan was designed
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3 there's now less than one week before the iowa caucuses.polls show democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders in a very close democratic presidential town hall in iowa last night --- sanders and clinton did their best to set themselves apart:the latest cbs news battleground tracker poll shows sanders leading clinton 47 percent to 46 percent -- among likely democratic iowa caucus goers.
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hillary clinton voted for the war in iraq. i led the effort against wall street deregulation. see where hillary clinton was on this issue." (:25) (hillary clinton) (:26) there are very values, different forces at work, and you have to have somebody who is a proven fighter." (:35)the republican battle for iowa is also a close one... with donald trump and ted cruz locked in a tense fight for first place.cruz, rubio, and trump will continue their final push for votes with several stops in iowa today. 3 president obama says that he is moving to ban solitary confinement for juvenile and low- level offenders in federal prisons.the president says that solitary confinement diminishes chances for successful rehabilitation.he said his decision followed a justice department review. solitary confinement, he wrote, should be a last resort, used for inmates that pose threats to themselves or staff july, obama became the first sitting
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prison. 3 japanese auto parts maker takata is facing more trouble. a tenth death has been linked the company's faulty airbags. as a result, regulators are adding five million more cars to the 19- million vehicles already under recall.takata shares plummeted 11 percent yesterday at the news.the company released a statement offering condolences to the victim's family.takata has struggled for years since its inflators were discovered to be defective. 3 mcdonald's customers and investors appear to be lovin' it.the fast food restaurant has seen a jump in same- store sales by more than five percent.mcdonald's is crediting its all day breakfast for the better- than expected's the second consecutive quarter that mcdonalds has seen domestic sales growth.. but it's not growing only in the u-s.mcdonald's also saw sales rise five- percent worldwide. 3 a dog's bathroom break turns into her *big break* as she unknowingly finishes a half-
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3 "ludivine" the bloodhound turned up at the starting line of the elkmont half marathon in alabama.the dog trotted along with runners for the entire 13- point- one- miles. she competed without a human or leash.. and finished in seventh place!her owner.. who is not a runner.. didn't even know about her celebrity dog until a friend called and filled her in."ludivine" was presented with a finisher's medal for her accomplishment. then she went home and took a long nap. 3
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3 3 3 winter weather is making for irrational news crews.we'll show you why local news is trending this, a passerby steals the show.we'll have the winter weather
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you're watching good morning cincinnati.
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3 t- v reporters are getting so delirious reporting on the winter storm.. they are trending this morning.a virginia reporter played mad scientist and family- friendly bartender last week.jon burkett took time during a live report to make a snowy
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slurpee.he said that, as a child, his mom wouldn't always cave in and buy him the treat during the he made one using fresh snow and a bottle of cola.he claims his concoction is "good stuff." 3 a reporter story about snow in nashville suddenly turned to a different subject.a shirtless guy walking down the street in frigid temperatures stole the show!(:00) (reporter) dude, aren't you cold?(shirtless dude) no man. i'm from wisconsin.(reporter) from wisconsin everybody. (:04)you never really know what you'll see on live television. reporter andy cordan never caught up with the mystery man. hopefully he has a winter coat
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3 offers and kids pair up.coming up at five thirty.. local 12's perry schaible will tell us why time on the basketball
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3 now at five thirty.high levels of lead.a license is revoked and schools are closed while water is being tested in an ohio city. 3 connecting at risk kids with local authorities to save lives. coming up, i'll tell you how one program is using sport to teach life lessons. 3 good morning.we'll get to those top stories in just a moment.but first we want to start with a first check of your's meterologist brandon orr. 3
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3 classes were canceled in sebring ohio yesterday for possible lead contamination in the city's water... and now we're learning the problem didn't happen overnight.the interim water plant manager
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for lead in sebring in *three years.*and in that time - conditions for lead contamination have occurred every summer. water customers say they think officials tried 3 (:51) they've known for quite some time, according to what they say online. and i don't understand why they wouldn't tell us. so they could keep us from having to go through illness or whatever." (1:02) the ohio e- p- a has suspended the sebring water superintenden t's operating license.jim bates is now on administrative leave.sebring schools are canceled again this morning for additional water tests. 3 the cyclones are hosting the 5th annual queen city blood drive years past, the cyclones have held a blood drive at u.s. bank arena, but the event is so popular.. it's moving to the duke energy center today.the event runs from ten to seven.all donors will get a free t-shirt, a pair of cyclones tickets, free pizza, and a gift bag. 3 fans can get a sneak peek of f- c cincinnati this week. today through thursday up at
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mason.. the team is hosting a combine which is open to the public. it will be the first time the coaching staff will get a chance to see the players currently on their roster as well as some of the players who stood out at a recent open tryout. 3 athletes will compete today at perfect north slopes.the special olympics kentucky state winter games continue. all competitive runs will be held today.trials and practices were held yesterday. ski and snowshowing races will start in a few hours.. at ten thirty... all awards will be given out this afternoon during a medal ceremony in the east lodge. 3 cincinnati is preparing for another season of their popular h- 3 cincy basketball league. the program pairs at- risk youth with police officials. the idea behind the h- 3 cincy basketball program is to introduce kids living in high crime and poverty stricken areas of the city to police officers. to humanize the men and women behind the uniform so both sides are comfortable with one another. they do it through a ten game basketball season
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off the court. 3 debbie bowman, president of *boys hope girls hope cincinnati*, says basketball is the hook.the way to get the kids in the door.but what *h-3 cincy* provides is much more important than a game."what we really want to do is get them to connect the youth with the authorities and the police. hopefully 3 one day it will save somebody's life as a result of it."instead of being just another distraction, this league is full of life lessons. before the kids step on the court, they have to take classes that extend far beyond the hardwood. there's peer mediation, anti-bullying, and financial literacy. this is also a place to find commonality between the police and the players. "in this city i see a tremendous divide amongst the children and the police officers. i really do believe this will bridge that
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participated in the league...coached by local law enforcement officers. "this is something you haven't seen before happening? no, not at all."tianna woodford helped with the program and witnessed first-hand the benefits. "with cops comes a negative connotation and i just feel like after the program it got better because you see that the cops are trying to help you out. you don't see them as you see in the news and stuff, the cops shooting kids and stuff, you don't see that. you see that they're human."now in its fourth year, *h-3 cincy* has been a game changer for the kids, officers, and cincinnati's communities. 3 the league starts march 25th. organizers are still looking for coaches and players. for
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3 information on *boy hope girls hope* or the h-3 cincy basketball program go to local 12 dot com and click on the news section. 3 join our facebook conversation. we want to know why your thankful for your spouse, up next.battling a winter storm. we'll show you the old- fashioned way one woman is getting to work this week. you're watching good morning
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3 now it's time for our facebook question of the is "spouses day."we want to know -- what do you want to thank your spouse for?
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3 we want you to join the conversation -- just *like* the local 12 page on facebook to share your thoughts.we'll
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3 3 boat owners are finding significant damage at marinas on lake cumberland after ice followed by heavy snow piled up on rooftops causing several docks to collapse.managers at lee's ford say several hours of ice followed by more than a foot of snow piling up on roof tops caused damage to almost 250 slips making for the worst
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more than 60- year dock entirely collapsed and two more partially collapsed while a few others are sinking. 3 the owners of the sunken cargo ship el faro have reached a settlement with ten of the crew's families.court documents say tote maritime will pay each of the 10 families 500- thousand-dollars to settle pending lawsuits.el faro sank in october of last year -- after getting caught in a category four hurricane near the bahamas.all thirty- three crew members on board died.attorneys for five of the families filed a claim in november saying el faro was overdue for repairs. 3 neighbors in one california apartment complex have been ordered to get out due to fears the structure will fall into the pacific ocean.the esplanade apartments in pacifica are located near cliffs that are crumbling, in part, due to the current el niqo winter.police posted yellow tags on residents' doors warning residents to leave.but some neighbors say they have no plans to leave despite the order and previous evacuations.
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a snow storm and a vehicle notorious for getting stuck in the snow isn't going to prevent a north carolina woman from getting to work. 3 (:22)"what better way to get to work than to ride my horse? get him out, get him some exercise. and enjoy the beautiful scenery on the way." (:30)gabby lagdon says her rear wheel drive truck always gets stuck in the she decided to ride "rascal" to work.the only problem she had during her seven mile ride.. is that rascal doesn't have headlights.gabby says she got a lot of smiles and thumbs up from neighbors.rascal gave her enough horsepower to get to work on time. 3
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city officials meet with members of the commune toe discuss concerns over violent crimes, why so many say they're fed upcoming up. this the a way for the community to keep proactive and
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how extra security cameras
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