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now at five one person is dead after an overnight shooting. we have the latest details from the west end. kentucky republicans will vote in the state's first caucus today. i'll tell you what you need to know coming up. >> plus honoring the beer over-the-rhine and the coming of spring at this year's box first. >> -- a great show for you today. thank you for waking up with us. i'm liz bonis.
we do want to check the forecast. it looks like we're dealing with wet and cold. here's brandon orr. >> yeah we're dry so far today. that's not going to last too much longer. not much going on downtown. temperatures 32 degrees. it was down 27 overnight. it's been slowly starting to creep up to that freezing mark. it's going to continue to rise. the wind coming out of the south warming up. precision doppler white as snow and you can see this band of snow slowly moving into cincinnati. notice how it's breaking up? we have layer of ground air and a lot of snow is drying up before it makes it to the ground. so that's why we're not seeing too much snow fall but i suspect it's coming down a little heavier. that's where we're seeing the chance for snow falling. and temperatures are cold enough that we could see slick bridges
snow makes to it the ground. keep into mind we bear we could have slick spots on the roadways but right now we're not seeing anything. it may take a couple hours to see anything over down at least. thirty in lunken. a lot of us below freezing by a couple degrees at least but a lot of us made it into the 20s. temperatures have rising the clouds have moved in. we're in the 30s in the region. that's why we're watching overpasses because they're colder. temperatures rise to the 40s this afternoon. i think the snow mix will end by around 10:00 o'clock and we're looking at light rain showers in the afternoon. coming up in fifteen minutes we're looking at dryer weather ahead. how big this warming trend actually gets us into next week and if the heavy rain will cause flood anything the tri-state at five 18 guys. >> thank you very much brandon
investigating an early morning homicide. there was a report of a person shot at 2:30 this morning on deric turn bow avenue in the west end -- now police confirm a person is dead. investigators still on the scene trying to figure out what happened. >> well, the first time ever the republican voters in kentucky will vote in a caucus. >> it's the only chance for republicans to choose a presidential nominee. megan moore joining us from the news room with details. >> good morning. it's the first time ever that kentucky has had a caucus. the senator rand paul could run as president as well as e-- re-election to his senate seat without a law against that. now paul is out as race for president but there will be caucus. what does this mean for ken tuck is there -- kentucky?
will be the only chance for them to vote for a presidential nominee. as for local state and congressional races those will still happen in may there are differences between the caucus and primary. caucus locations are for a shorter period time. most locations will have only one location. this won't be their normal polling -- polling location. democrats wis -- will cast their votes in kentucky's primary may 17th. again there's one polling location in each county and you can only vote from 10 until four today. liz back to you. >> quite the buzz about that. for more information on caucus locations we have a link at local12.com. >> twenty-five pounds of heroin and cocaine are now in the hands of local law enforcement.
forever rest park yesterday. two men were arrested at the home. -- the heroin that was seized has a street value of $750,000. the massive drug bust comes as a shock to neighbors. >> it's nerve wracking because i have young children to have that next door and not know that was going on in our neighborhood it makes me nervous to know that's going on. >> it doesn't appear the drugs were being sold out of that house and neighbors said the men lived at the home for a short time f convicted of federal charges they face 10 years to life in prison -- >> police have now pinned the murder of a mother on the man they originally thought did it. originally police did not have enough evidence to prove that curtis burditt killed brittney russell. now they say they believe they
in the head. her six month old daughter was in the back seat not hurt. in addition to the murder charge he faces child endangering charge. >> a 3457b who was already in trouble for fatal hit-and-run -- a man. thomas is charged with o.v.i. obstruction of official business and driving under suspension for an incident that happened in december. he crashed into a person and then ran away. officers say he was going 96 miles per hour at the time. he's currently in jail for a wreck in mount on burn where he ran over a 57 year old woman and drove off. >> the butler county sheriff says two madison students could have prevented monday's shooting had they told somebody what they knew. the two students who were both 14 were charged with failing to report a crime. they knew the suspect austin hancock had a loaded gun inside
say anything. he doesn't want that to ever happen again. neither do school officials. >> we also want to keep the lines of communication open that if the kids feel uncomfortable uneasy about something tell someone. don't just think that you're being silly at this point. everything is fair game and we want to definitely know about it and talk about it. >> three other students from neighboring schools were charged for making other bad choices. one edgewood student allegedly said he would bring a gun to school and be ready for another school shooting and another made threats on sheeshl media and a madison student brought knives disguised as credit cards -- social media. >> crews are replacing the artificial surface to prepare for the new pro soccer team in cincinnati. the season begins next month.
turf project. it will not include permanent markings so it can be tailored for the club and bear cats. >> cincinnati is one of the best craft beer fesz -- the box first. festivities continued with live bands plenty of food and beer. the event is sell britting it's 24th year. it's tradition was also part of the fun -- celebrating. >> the last few years have been with the emerald society. i play the pipes with them. we come down and lead the parade. >> you don't drink beer but you like coming. >> it's a lot of fun and we've worked on the saint patrick parade committee it's nice to come and enjoy it.
blessing of the box beer. we have box first activities festivities at local12.com. >> and since we're on the topic of beer we should point out a cincinnati brewery is getting national love. they took second in a readers poll -- ryan fives. they came just behind well works in colorado. >> it doesn't surprise me at all. >> this is a huge brewing community and it keeps growing. >> we have something else fun to tell you about. working out with video games you think they're going to make kids heavier this could help kids lose weight. >> plus we have a health alert
we could see rain and possibly snow flakes happening this morning. we will have your full weather authority forecast in a minute. first we're covering america now. police in west virginia have arrested a woman after she allegedly conned people out of money by telling them she has cancer. >> they say kendall jones fooled friends and family. she admitted it was all a lie. police say she used social media to be friend people ended up collecting $1,500. jones is now in jail on a $25,000 bond. >> and then there were four. ben carson officially pulled the plug on his presidential campaign yesterday. he says he did the math and realized he wasn't going to win. instead carson will chair group focused on getting out the christian vote. my faith votes. >> a police spokesperson says
but detectives are run vest ating a -- investigating a knife buried on the property of o j simpson. a construction worker turned the knife over the a police officer whose now retired. that officer apparently thought the case was closed didn't pass it on the anyone. now the l.a. p.d. didn't find out about this until last month -- >> first of all determine is this evidence? and if it's not evidence how do we prove one way or another that it's not and the only way we can do that is being able to challenge the people involved as to where it was recovered where it was alleged to have been. >> detectives are now test -- test -- testing the knife for hair, fingerprints and d.n.a. >> crews in flint, michigan are starting to dig up old led pipes to deal with the city's
they will target lead service lines with the highest number of young children senior citizens -- senior citizens and pregnant women and compromised immune systems. >> dairy farms closing temporarily in response to a possible listeria contamination. they say their blue cheese could be contaminated. listeria can cause infection and death in children and the elderly. the department of agricultural dairy borough had a sample test positive so the recall is blue cheese sold from november 24th to february 11th -- bureau. no ill he is ines are been reported. >> there's a study out that might give parents a renewed optimism for helping kids be active. obesity doubled in children over the past 30 years and doctors call it an epidemic. >> what about video games?
jamie has the story. >> go jay. machine. but it's not all fun and games. there's a mission behind this 12 year old's move. >> what has all of this taught you about your health? shape. i'm like oh, yes i'm so ready to get in shape. i will get in shape. >> jerry's collecting points for accurate steps but researchers are collecting vital information. it's part of a study to see lose weight. >> jerry how did you feel when your mom told you about this study? >> i was very excited. >> researchers purchased xboxes and asked jerry to play for one hour three nights a week. after six months they'll measure his weight blood pressure and cholesterol. for support kids have to play with a family member. jerry chose his mom. health?
not only do i worry about his health i worry about mine. >> i think parents should take a memento ask your children what do you get excited about? and if it seems like the child is interested in video games then give one of -- one of these a try. >> this doctor developed this at louisiana pennington biomedical center. >> i don't think we should ever replays out door activity with indoor options but we've got provide alternatives for kids during that after school time when they may be alone. >> that's when kids are spending more time in front of a screen. more than 60 percent of kids play video games for over an hour a day. the government recommends they get an hour a day of physical active tit due only 20 percent makes that goal. >> what makes obesity problematic for children -- >> when you become obese as a child you set yourself up for
>> doctor his is a pediatrician specializing in childhood obesity -- >> my patients are sedentary extremely sedentary. i try to figure out how can i get you to move? >> pennington researchers conducted their first game experiment with 41 overweight girls between 14 and 18 years old -- participants increased bone density lost body fat and improved self-confidence. >> one thing that's most important is self-esteem the thing they completed it i think that's the best benefit of all. >> in this second study funded by the american heart association kids will play at like these every week. >> i would love to change how children view physical activity or healthy diets. burden or challenge. it should be part of people's daily lives. >> for jerry that just means
>> do you feel like this is -- has changed your life? >> yes. it really is helping me because i'm starting to lose weight and i'm also having fun with losing weight. i try to keep up with it and having a good time. get it jerry. >> that's the modern day you know we need to have videos you pop in and do work out on your living room floor high-tech. >> kentucky high school basketball game is trending. we'll show you the hail mary shot you have to see to believe. >> plus they call it the new guy treatment. we're going to show you how hockey players initiate their teammates. >> pretty funny.
it's quite the game a lot of basketball today. good day to stay inside to watch it. >> yes with the showers around we have snow this morning tomorrow problem is the snow is having hard time making it down to the ground. so i call it verga. as the snow is falling it hits dry air off the ground and it drys up. so we don't see anything here at the ground. that's a good thing because our temperatures were pretty chilly last night. we made it down the upper 20s so any snow making it to the ground past this layer of dry air will cause slick roadways for it to stick. right now on precision doppler 12 h.d. you see this band moving on through with snow. it could be heavy at times. you see this area in light blue. it could be heavy to make it through that dry air over versailles. it will be in indiana. if it's snowing and you're on
see slick spots. downtown cincinnati i'm not getting reports of this making it close to the ground. we'll keep you updated. i am getting reports on i-75 going up near dayton we have snow reaching the ground and that's creating a light coating far. we'll watch this as this pushes through. as we see the atmosphere moist enough to reach the ground and create slick spots. but right now we're not seeing too much going on. there's a dip in the 20s. twenty-seven shortly after 1:00 o'clock. that's our initial low temperature ever since then. it's been rising up to 32 degrees. we're going to continue to see this rises. some other locations are hanging onto the 20s. we do have light snow showers hitting the ground rights around 30 degrees. it could create slick spots because we're taking cold air and cooling down roads which are
but when we look at the overpasses we're getting 29 to 30 degree air underneath them so the overpasses cool down more. we saw what that could do where the roads were fine but cars hit the overpasses and started sliding off. we're not getting reports of that anywhere because it's not hitting the ground. not too much going on behind it but we'll see morrie develop in central indiana i think our chances for snow ends after 10:00 o'clock. all rain as we go into noon. temperatures at 2:00 o'clock will be around 44. it will be hit and miss rain and periods that are dry. we'll have a chance hoff showers. 7:00 o'clock we're around 40 degrees. today is near average in terms of temperature. thirty-two here and there's a big warm up into the 70s across the great plains. that's the weather that's going to move in. there's hit and miss showers that start to move out tonight and then we're looking okay as we go into the rest of the
if you want to do anything outdoors sunday is your day to do it. that's going to be your mainly dry day to get things done and we'll be ok early next week. we're watching for another storm system that's going to bring us heavy rainfall upwards of two to four inches. how much rain would cause flood anything the area if we see it next week. >> sit spring. >> we've had -- it is spring. >> we've had nice weather. sunday doesn't look bad. >> it's 70s next week believe it or not. >> we're ready for that.
shows this weekend. long before becoming world refound as the george cass stan sa on seinfeld -- alexander was a tony award winning broadway song and dance man. his shows with the pops feature great music from the theater along with comb mehdi and audience interaction -- comedy. there's a show tonight and one sunday at two in music hall. >> get ready to go under the big top. the ringling brothers and barnum and bailey circus will be at the arena and they promise circus spec particular calls you've never seen before in the greatest show on earth -- >> and direct from broadway disney's news sees is playing downtown -- winner of the tony award best score and best choreography it has audience and critics calling it a musical worth singing about through march 13th.
we'll have an update on good morning cincinnati saturday. >> now at 5:30 a child is dead after an ohio shooting. we will have the latest details out of columbus. >> republican voters head to the polls. do we have what you need to know before today's kentucky caucus? >> helping those in need. we'll tell you about a non-profit turning houses into homes -- thank you so much for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. >> i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. >> quick check of the forecast. it's been a mix of everything. here's brandon orr with your no wait weather. >> hey, liz. we're dry so far this morning but that's not going to be the case for some of us up here in oxford and butler county we're nice and dry and the temperature is around 31. just to the south at the airport coming in around 32 degrees. so it's warmer in some areas but nonetheless we're at or below
lots of clouds around as well. we're looking at precision doppler 12 h.d. we have snow flakes hitting the ground down there. not so much over parts of the 275 loop. some of these deeper blues it's heavier snow trying to get through dry air and making it to the ground. a lot of sit drying up. near switzerland county -- we could see slick roadways or heading down 71 going louisville we could have slick roadways because temperatures are in the 30s. overpasses are about the same. pavement temperatures are warmer than that but the overpasses are cooler. that's what we're watching out for this morning. 45 degrees later on this afternoon is where we're headed with rain showers on and off throughout the day. coming up at five 48 we're talking about dryer weather ahead for the time being -- but the rain returns in a big way. we'll tell you if we can see flooding coming up in fifteen minutes. adam and liz. >> thank you brandon.
arrested after a shooting in an ohio parking lot that killed a 7-year-old boy and hurt two others. >> 18 years old young man was arrested on a murder charge in the death of the child. the boy was shot in the head and died at a columbus hospital. police say a 5-year-old boy and 19-year-old are also in stable condition right now. investigators believe the three victims were in a car that was sprayed with bullets. >> friends and family will say good-bye to tara turner this weekend the mother who disappeared at the end of january. fishermen discovered her body last month. her visitation is today at peoples funeral home in falmouth kentucky. tara's funeral is set for tomorrow afternoon. we do have a link to go fund me page to help raise money for her memorial at local12.com. >> kentucky republicans will caucus for the first time ever to cast their votes for president.
vote at their normal polling places. there's only one caucus place for each county and the hours are 10 until four. for more information on those caucus locations we have a link at local12.com. >> another group wants to get a measure on the ohio ballot to legalize medical marijuana. grass roots will send a proposal for ohio to tax and regulate medical marijuana and allow those 21 and older to use wit doctor's permission. >> -- with a doctor's permission. >> he vanished february the 22nd. they say he stole 106,000 dollars from aurora's emergency rescue budget. all of it to support his gambling hand bit. police say he confessed and would pay it back. the next day he was gone. >> it may be hard for many of us
then that feeling of getting a roof over the head but nothing fill the space within the walls can be frustrating. >> that feeling is changing for some at least thanks to a non-profit group. as brad underwood shows us the need is overwhelming. >> unload thing new life furniture truck is the job -- but for ethan and michael it's >> i don't know their situation but there's a lot of good people struggling to get by and you can >> new life furniture is filling an apartment that had nothing but a few belongings. living here a mother and her two babies. >> one load at a time the apartment slowly starts to look like a family lives here. a new bed a dresser some tables and chairs. two, three times a day six days
deliveries in the greater cincinnati area. they make several pickups. last year they helped out 1,600 people. >> there's 8,000 people a year in cincinnati that are sleeping and eating off the floors and i don't find that to be acceptable. >> holly young founded new life furniture a decade ago and it started with one family. now they help those transitioning from homelessness, domestic violence and veterans. after this move mcgee remembers what a difference a couple pieces of furniture made to a woman earlier this week. >> she started crying because she was so happy. i said i wish i could have done more you know. >> adopting the dog more for the community attitude the garfield hotel and suites. they're gutting the hotel but instead of trashing 16 floors of furniture they gave it all to new life furniture. >> in alandale, brad underwood local 12 news.
feel inspired and would like to help new life furniture we have a link on our website. >> the newest location of top this doughnut bar and ice cream celebrates it's grand opening at the anderson town center. if you have a sweet tooth you can build your own doughnut with countless toppings and use them on soft serve ice cream as well. the new shop is offering free cover fee -- coffee and giveaways all day. they are planning to open in well. xavier. it's very hard to go by it. >> celebrating litter racy. up next -- we'll show you why
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good morning cincinnati. researchers in london are taking steps to prevent peanut allergies in high risk children. findings found introducing peanuts at infants protected them from peanut allergy. up to 80 percent of those cases. doctors found children who avoided peanuts for the year
>> consumption of peanuts gives you long lasting protection against peanut allergy. >> peanut allergies have increased. it's an allergy that is rarely out grown and cannot be cured. >> this week we celebrated read across america and dr. seuss's birthday so local doctors talked about a personal prescription for good health and a program they have all year long. the perfect prescription involves a lot of good books. >> if you find yourself criming in with niya -- nine you know the next line. >> green eggs and ham just one of the many books on the menu for your mind today. this is a bethesda family
in norwood. they chose this national read across america to give them great medical care which nadia needed for her fractured ankle. >> what were you doing when that happened? >> running. >> a wall. >> oh does it feel better now? did they wrap it up for you? all right. they also wanted to give good practical care for a healthy future. >> there are studies that show the more a kid reads before are for school. >> the day is part of a larger program which starts when children are really little. the goal is to encourage brain development with reading and more importantly just to get them to maybe not fear going to the doctor's office and lots of good things happen here too. >> it's called reach out and read and that is we give out a new book at every well wild check between six months and five years of age. >> do you have a favorite book? what is it? >> psyche clo speed ya book. >> the twins are able to tell
>> it has all the disney stories in it. >> little harley who is just four could only explain part of the plot. >> and simply what is really -- he jumped in and grabbed the book. >> is the lion king your favorite book? >> yeah. >> and just in case you wondered why the prescription of good health is a really good book remember the ending to green eggs and ham? >> it is sort of a try it you might like it idea. good advice for all of us in a house with a mouse here there anywhere -- maybe even the doctor's office. >> that is good advice. hundreds of offices take part in this reading day every year and do this book program -- program throughout the year. they get the books at cost.
and then the muskies turn their way back to the knights -- night's task at hand. the last dime these two teams matched in if heing x was just off. they went one of 21 from beyond the arc shot 30 percent in the 14 point lost. xavier coming off their loss following seat on the hall plus they had a six game stretch something that coach mack thinks is a good thing. >> we had the opportunity to give players a little more risk than they normally get this time of year and we got to concentrate on ourselves and put a few things in i think can help our team not only for this game but down the line so yeah i thought it was well needed. >>. in k.u. playing in their first horizon league -- they'll see milwaukee today. milwaukee is one of the top teams but they had a rough year
north have lost six straight but one of their five conference wins is against the panthers. familiarity is an advantage and disadvantage. >> we're playing this team for the third time so there's a familiarity with them and us. this year it's been everything but familiarity. it's been the first year in the league. there's a situation of that there's a little more of that going into the horizon play. tournament play you have to be as prepared as you've always been and execute our special situations and do things to hopefully get the win. >> there may not be a team that comes along anytime in the near future or even in the distant future as dominant as thomas moore women have been. friday night they begin their tournament quest for the national title taking on the road the saints guarded the game on a nine o run and didn't look
it's fun when you win. -- they knock down the three and team high 23. not only do they play hard underneath they grab the air ball and madison central buy them selves an easy land. no teams got within single digits of this team this season. last night they advance to a win. >> mount st. joe men for the first time ever fall to hope college 98 to 87. for more sports head over to local12.com. >> thanks, alley. north gate mall will start a new youth policy. >> the policy now requires any shoppers under the age of 17 to be accompanied by a parent or adult after 5:00 p.m. flied days on -- and saturdays this does not include the theater and it does not affect mall employees working at those times. >> a day of dancing continues. we're talking about the university of cincinnati dance
students used today's event to raise money for children's hospital. more than 1,000 dancers are expected to take part overnight. d.j.'s and dance instructors will be on happened. >> the chromosome will celebrate citrus -- citrus grows year-round at the chrome and chefs will teach you how to make citrus vinegar and it's an all natural cleaner from one to three today. >> all you can eat pancakes and syrup sign me up. you might want to check out the 50th annual maple syrup festival today and tomorrow at houston wood state park from eight until one. the cost is $6 for adults and $5 for kids. you can take a maple syrup oh
>> it sounds delicious -- here's brandon orr. hi, brandon. >> i know talking about a pancake breakfast before 6:00 a.m. we haven't eaten breakfast. precision doppler 12 h.d. does have activity on it in northern kentucky. that's where we have snow showers this morning. we have some moving through independent dip an that that's going to cross 71 and to 75. if you're going to south to louisville or election singson keep in mind we could see slick areas -- lexington. over downtown we have dry air in place. that's keeping the snow from reaching the ground and we're going to stay dry throughout part of the morning because that's the only band we have coming through. then we wait for the next one to redevelop over central indiana 32 at the airport. same in lunken. the rest of us are at or below freezing -- paving temperatures
a lot of them are above freezing with the exception of versailles at 32. that's where we had one snow shower moving through. but the overpasses are at or below freezing as well. that's what we're keeping an eye on on 71 and 75. the rest of us i think will be ok. looking over downtown we have snow falling in the clouds. you can see that here but not at the ground. the more -- we're waiting on more to redevelop over central indiana by the time that moves in it's rain. we see rain showers hit and miss 45 degrees will be your high temperature around 3:00 o'clock on the weather authority app. it has your hour by hour forecast anytime today. what can down into the 30s overnight. i don't think it's going switch back over to snow. we're done with the snow after we get through. there's a little round of rain snow mix up until 10:00 o'clock and then we're done for the workweek. we have a warm up not too far west. we have to go west kentucky to see that.
in the mississippi river -- the great plains. we'll get that air mass producing the 70s in the planes will get here into the tri-state later on. we have clouds around now. you can see how this starts to redevelop and pushes into the tri-state later this afternoon. around five, six, 7:00 o'clock we still have showers. by 10:00 o'clock later on tonight most of it moves east and we're done with it. we still have clouds to deal with as we go to sunday but we're going to be dry. if you want outdoor plans sunday is your day versus today where you have showers from time to time. early monday we're looking okay. you can see light showers off towards the west. that's our first sign of our next storm system that can produce heavy rainfall into next week. we're expecting two to four inches. as we add up totals wednesday through next weekend higher totals back through arkansas and missouri that's where we could see major flood anything some areas. >> here it could produce minor
spread out over wednesday thursday and friday. even with rumbles of thunder and lightning strikes here and there but the biggest thing temperatures there 70 degrees by tuesday and we're still dry at that point. >> your spring is around the corner it's coming. >> next week is daylight saving -- saving time. >> two weeks away two weeks and a day. >> do we lose an hour? >> we spring ahead and lose an hour. not a good thing when you work early in the morning. >> look at this scientists have discovered a new species of octopus near hawaii. look at that little guy. they found him sitting on a flat rock at 14,000 feement -- feet below the surface. no one has seen this type of octopus before. >> it's crazy to think we're still discovering things. there's still stuff out there we >> i'm sure a lot. >> a whole heck of a lot.
-- pond. new york bagels are famous. >> bagels are cool but rainbow bagels that's something else. >> that's why the sky is the limit for the bagel store in brooklyn, new york. >> we came and waited an hour and half to get bagels that we saw on face facebook and they're delicious. >> the rainbow bagel has become so popular they sell a thousand a day. >> the brighter the better. better. >> scott hand roles each one. it's a process that takes 15 hours. >> everyone is into magic and everyone wants to be happy this raises your end door fin levels 90 billion plus. >> in london the bagel shop saw it go viral online and wanted to try it. >> just to make maybe about 50 just for sample but after that i just put them in the shop after
>> it's like the bagel has taken hold. >> the new york option is sweeter with flavors like cotton candy and vanilla. >> it's truly like eating sunshine in your mouth. >> red velvet. >> regardless of your taste coal lied da scope of colors makes everyone smile -- jamie c.b.s. news brooklyn, new york. >> the bagel shop says they will never mass produce the bagels and they come up with different flavors of cream cheese to mix and match with bagel options. >> you know how they say you can't reinvent the wheel? you can improve on the bagel. >> new york bagels are fresh and hot. >> we have a couple hours more of news here in since natty. >> -- cincinnati. >> great mystery in baseball
we will bring you details a special election event in kentucky event. citizens of the commonwealth get to make a choice for republican candidates. >> plus an overnight homicide. we'll have the latest after a person is hot to death on the west end. >> good morning for you and good morning cincinnati saturday. >> i'm liz bonis. >> and i'm adam clements. first we want to check the
it looks like it's changing quite drastically over the next few days. here's brandon orr. >> hey. next week we'll be seeing a warm up. certainly it isn't here yet. we're right at freezing. we do have light snow falling. this is very light. temperature around 33 degrees but we made it into the upper 20s earlier on so some pavement temperatures are chilly so watch for the bridges and overpasses. especially down in kentucky because that's where we have a band of snow pushing east southeast. if you're headed down seventy-one it's right after the split after you get through walton you see lighter blue. that's coming down heavy at times. so we could have slick conditions through grant county on i-75 within the next about 30 maybe 45 minutes. so keep that in mind. we'll be keeping our traffic cameras down there and keep you updated on the road conditions. through downtown within the 275
a lot of snow is drying up. kentucky is the area we're watching for snow showers this morning and that's where we have temperature below freezing. fwheer the 30s in the region. you see the pavement temperatures -- we're in the 30s in the region. overpasses are below freezing. temperatures rise to 44 today. any chance of snow ends by 11:00 o'clock and we're good to go from then on in terms of icy conditions i think and the roads will be wet at times. these are going to be hit and miss showers. coming up at 618 we're talking about dryer weather and the big week. we'll highlights -- highlight the details. >> today is an important day for voters in kentucky. this will be the one and only chance they get to vote for
>> today is the day of caucus. megan moore is joining us and can clear up confusion. good morning. >> first and foremost let's talk about why a kentucky caucus is being held in the first place. it's allowed senator rand paul to run for president and re-election in his state senate seat. now paul is out of the race for still happening today. there won't be a presidential primary for kentucky republicans in may. the caucus replaces that. today will be the only chance for them to vote for presidential nominee. as for primary elections for local state and congressional races those will still happen in may. the voting process today will be similar to regular kentucky elections. voters we'll show i.d. sign in and vote by secret ballot but there are differences between the caucus and primary. today caucus locations are open for a shorter period of time and
location for people to cast their ballots. this won't be their normal polling locations. boone county republicans will vote at florence baptist church republicans in kenton will vote at summit school in independence. campbell county will vote at the high school. as for democrats they will cast their votes for presidential nominee on may 17th. most count ease only have one polling location and you can only vote from 10 to four today -- counties. >> i know turn out has within good. it will be interesting to see if we have that too. if you need more information go to local12.com and click on the link. >> cincinnati police are investigating an early morning homicide. there was report of a person shot at 2:30 this morning on deric turn bow avenue on the west end and a person has died -- investigators are on the scene trying to determine what led to the violence. >> a forest park neighborhood
a massive drug raid yesterday on hand over road. agents seized 15 pounds of heroin, 10 pounds of cocaine and $60,000 in cash. the two men were taken into custody. the pair hadn't lived in the house long. now agents with the d.e.a. have to find out who else is tied to the pair who appear to be major suppliers in the area. >> we're very early on in the case so it's going to take us sometime to figure out who they were tied in with and try to track back to the source of supply. >> agents say it doesn't appear the drugs were being sold out of the house. street value of the heroin seized is close to three-quarters of a million dollars from convicted on federal charges the men face 10 years to life in prison. >> the butler county sheriff says two madison students could have prevented monday's shooting had they told what they knew. the two 14 year olds were
crime and they knew the suspect austin hancock had a loaded gun inside the school monday but did not say anything. he doesn't want that to happen officials. >> we also want to keep the lines of communication open that if the kids feel uncomfortable uneasy about something tell someone. you know don't just think that you're being silly at this point. everything is fair game and we want to definitely know about it and talk about it. >> three other students from neighboring schools were charged yesterday for essentially making bad choices. one edgewood student allegedly said he would bring a gun to school and be ready for another school shooting. another made threats on social media. a madison student disguised knives add credit cards. >> there are charges for a man for a hit-and-run -- he's charged with o.v.i. obstruction of official business and driving under suspension.
being driven by an 84 year old on the hamilton avenue exit ramp and then ran away. officers say he was going 96 miles an hour at the time. he was charged with aggravated vehicular assault but it was ignored by a grand jury. he's currently in jail for a wreck two weeks after that. it happened in mount auburn and ran over 57 year old woman who died and drove off. >> police have pinned the murder of a middletown mother on the man they originally thought did it. they didn't have evidence to prove he killed the woman but now they do. he said they shot her in the head. her six month old daughter was in the back seat. she was not hurt. he's facing murder and child endangering charge. >> the a the of crossing the bridge 167,000 vehicles a day
that fell nine percent to 10052,000 vehicles a day. but transportation planners say that decrease does not mean a new bridge is not needed. overall traffic on the ohio river bridge crossings is up. a regional counsels is sell -- council of governments is the i-75 construction north of the bridge that began in 2011. >> joe biden will have a fund-raiser for a former ohio governor ted strickland march 22nd the week after the u.s. senate primary which the democrat still needs to win. biden and president obama endorsed strickland. he's in the prime mere are race against cincinnati council member and occupational physical therapist and the winner will face rob portman in november.
next o good morning cincinnati. welcome back. it's 6:00 o'clock. thirty-three degrees outside it's a mixed bag with rain and flurries. things look better tomorrow. he'll have your forecast in a bit. >> we're continuing to learn more about a house fire in washington state that left three children dead. >> the only person to escape the burning home yesterday morning was the children's mother. investigators tell us the fire began in the living room of the split level home. four feet from the front door. neighbors who saw the fire said
>> there was wall of fire i couldn't believe it. the entire house was already on fire. >> the cause of the fire still under investigation but it does not appear to be suspicious or it does not appear to be suspicious. investigators are still waiting to the sole survivor of the fire. they want to give her some space before asking detailed questions about what may have led up to the blaze. >> a federal appeals court in boston has rejected james whitey bulger's request for a new trial. they rejust his right to a fair trial -- bulger is now 86 years old. he was one of the nation's most wanted after he fled boston in 1994. he was captured in california in 2011. >> the author of the prince of
pat conroy whose best selling novels drew from his painful experiences suffered from pan yeah yacht particular -- pancreas yachts particular cancer. >> -- funeral arrangements are still being made. >> big game for xavier on the hardwood today. what coach mack had to say about their season fan nallly against great on the. >> -- finale. >> we'll talk to you about a dog the milwaukee brewers have adopted. >> snow is falling for some of
the brewers have confirmed the mascot is the same pooch who walked onto the team's spring training complex in phoenix two years ago. recent social media fueled rumors have speculated that the brewers had weaved a tale of deceit because of dramatic changes in hank's appearance but joined did club. executive. the once matted coat now a healthy white color. the team has known it was the same dog but they decided to have fun with the story to promote the wisconsin humane society. >> hank is looking good these days. >> i know. he was a scraggly thing and we got him healthy. we love the hear that about our dogs. forecast? >> yeah it won't be a complete washout but we'll see hit and miss showers and snow showers this morning could cause problems in our counties. we'll go to precision doppler 12
is along i-75 through grant county. we'll go back you have can see it. we want to zoom in and see which roadways are being impacted. temperatures are cold enough that we're seeing some covering of the overpasses along i-75. so again 275 loop we're good. north of downtown ohio through southeastern indiana which had snow showers earlier. they have since cleared. i think we'll be ok for the next few hours. but this is where we're seeing snow that moved through. along i-75 and grant county watch out for slick areas there. and the aa highway from the town of butler all the way down through falmouth and antioch. so keep that in mind that we're seeing snow showers in northern kentucky that could cause problems. if you want to avoid it go out around tloeven noon and then
showers moving through -- 11 to noon. >> fwheer the 30s in the region. we hit a row -- we're in the 30s in the region. some of the overpasses are very chilly. we had clouds clear out for a brief time. in that little bit of clearing is what allowed temperatures to drop a little bit -- but they've been rising ever since these clouds have been pushing in. that trend is going to continue into the afternoon. here's the pavement temperatures 33 in critical on the on the. overpasses -- overpasses are colder than that. that's why we're having problems on i-75 and grant county. over downtown not looking too bad. we have flurries. it's snowing heavier near the clouds. a lot of it is drying up before it hits the clouds. i think we'll see showers develop through central indiana around indianapolis and push into the area. so the chance for snow ends
but again it's going to be hit and miss. it's not going to be an all day rain. down 40 degrees by seven so it will be a chilly rain at times. the warmer air is rolling off toward the west. central illinois is in the 30s. as we get towards dallas 52. tulsa 45. for this time of the morning it is. they're going to be into the 70s today. that's the same air nausea will move in as we go into next week. we have clouds around. you can see showers that are moving in especially by noon when it's all rain. some redevelopment happening in central indiana that pushes in later on. we have warmer weather to look forward to. here's sunday. you don't see green. we hang onto clouds. the bigger story is the warmer weather that's going to be pushing in early next week. outdoor plans. make them on sunday. dry. we have a chance of showers late monday. i'm keeping it out of the
we have several dry days ahead before we see active weather move in. today 45. getting rid of snow showers early and then a chance of rain. thirty-two overnight and 52 moving in sunday. checkout the planning forecast. by monday 65. tuesday it's going to be the best day out of the week. seventy degrees. we're holding off the rain but we'll see increasing clouds signalling the rain moving in wednesday thursday and friday a very wet weather pattern ahead. just to say this the planning forecast is going to stick around for quite some time. this isn't a warm up that's coming a few days and leaving. >> how many days until spring? >> i want to say 15 or 16. march the 20th is when spring starts a little after midnight. >> we're ready for signs of change coming. >> festivals and fun all over the city. jen called on the is going to
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good morning cincinnati. this is a live look at our atrium weather camera. it's mistie outside this morning. brandon is telling us we're going to see a little bit of everything in the next several hours -- and then we have a warm up on the way which we're all looking forward to. he says it might stick around. in the meantime we're going to look at things you can
do if you want to head out and about. >> here's jen dalton. >> good morning. it's going to be great weekend and here are a couple ideas for you. >> first you can sell great the coming of spring and cincinnati brewing heritage at the oldest bockfest in the country that kicked off last night with a parade and continues sunday over-the-rhine. in addition to some great bock beer you'll find brewery tours, live entertainment and great food and home brew competition
those who love wine the cincinnati wine festival continued today at the duke energy convention center. you'll find 700 whines to sample and guests will enjoy live music delicious food and a silent auction. there's two sessions. tickets are $65 at the door and then the evening will be $75. >> and don't forget cincinnati home and garden show is continuing this weekend at duke energy convention center as well. it runs through sunday and features a large show case of landscape and entire year designs and more -- interior. thirteen dollars for adults and kids 13 and under get in free. >> for more information on these events and more go local12.com. i'm jen dalton have fantastic weekend. >> thank you, jen. >> up all night at the university of cincinnati the charity that will benefit from this dance marathon we will tell you about it just ahead.
a community in mourning. a shooting leaves a boy dead and two others wounded. >> he's gone from miss together wanted. the latest on an emt from aurora, indiana -- >> filling homes with those who need. we'll tell you about a group showing it cares with furniture. >> thank you for waking up with us on good morning cincinnati saturday. i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. first a quick check of the forecast. brandon orr says things are warming up. hi, brandon. >> hey, liz. we're going to be warmer than yesterday. that's going to be the trend is warmer weather starting to push on in. most of us are not seeing snow so far this morning within the 275 loop. or even seventy-one or 75. we had snow up in dayton --
went from indiana crossed over seventy-one and we have some conditions along 75 south of florence from critical continue on the down dry ridge -- and corinth and grant county saw a band of light to moderate snow. we're talking about a light dusting. now it's pushing across the aa highway around pendleton county moving into bracken county in ohio. that's where we're seeing slick conditions. in northern kentucky temperatures are a degree or two below freezing in the 20s. pavement temperatures around 33 overpasses are colder than that. so slick conditions down there and by 11:00 o'clock anything that is falling will be in the form of rain. it's going to be hit and miss. it's not going to be an all day rain. forty-five degrees will be our high temperature around 3:00 o'clock. falling back to the 30s with
now coming up in fifteen minutes 6:47 we're talking about a dry period ahead but then we see a pattern change toward the middle of the workweek. we'll talk about how much rain you can expect and if it will cause flood anything the tri-state in fifteen minutes adam. >> brandon thank you. >> a tragic story out of columbus this morning. >> a shooting in the parking lot near downtown has left a 7-year-old dead and another small child and man wounded. the boy was shot in the head yesterday died at the hospital. a four or 5-year-old child and 19-year-old man have been hospitalized. investigators say they believe the children were passengers in a car that was hit by bullets. there were some witnesses in the area who were clearly traumatized by what they saw. >> just seeing bloody kids and a woman screaming and it was just something that you don't expect to see or want to see. >> the columbus dispatch is
might have been involved in the shooting are now being questioned but no other arrests have been made. >> friends and family will say good-bye to tara turner. she disappeared in january. fishermen discovered her body in bracken county last month. her visitation is from 11-2 in peoples home in falmouth kentucky. tara's funeral is tomorrow. there is a go fund me account set up for her memorial service. the money left over will go to tara's three children. >> paramedic has gone from a missing man to wanted man. aurora emt vanished but investigators say he stole $100,000 from aurora's rescue budget. he apparently had a gambling habit. he said he would pay it back but he was gone the next day.
say the money was used for ambulance upkeep and buy a new building. >> summer is not far off and today people in the area youth can have an opportunity a chance to check out great career opportunities. cincinnati mayor holding his youth expo from eight to noon. it is the community action agency. it is for ages 14 to 18. teens will be able to attend workshops about preparing for the work force. there will also be booths with people offering information about summer jobs, intern ships and apprentice opportunities -- >> and there's also been dancing all night at the university of cincinnati. we're talking about the u.c. dance marathon that. event raises money for children's hospital. it kicked off last night and continues through today. more than 1,000 dancers are expected to participate to keep everyone busy there are d.j.'s
lot of deliver race there as well. >> getting people back on their feet one piece of purposes church at a time. -- furniture. new life furniture helps fill homes with furniture. yesterday a mother of two got her apartment fully furnished thanks to the group a brand-new bed a dresser table and chairs plus a bag of cleaning supplies to get them started. holly young founded new life furniture after helping one family. last year the organization helped 1,000 people. >> i'm the visionary for people who are sleeping and eating off the floors and i don't find that to be acceptable. although that might feel good it's short-lived because i immediately go into the motion we need need to grow and we need another truck. >> the non-profit was given furniture from the garfield hotel and suites. they're renovating and getting
>> new controversy this week about little pink pills for women. the benefits may not be worth the risks when it comes to this medication. the study in the journal of the american medical association examined a dozen studies to draw the conclusions even though many of them were not published and did not use the dose approved and recommended for women. so for this reason healthcare providers that we talked to at the u.c. women's health center say it's politics against the idea that low sexual desire is a disorder in women at all. >> so in the pivotal trials the average age was in the 30s. >> this little pink pill is for younger women before menopause approved by the food and drug administration for hypo active sexual desire disease -- disorder. >> it balances neuro transmit sisters in the brain that have something to do with desire. >> this condition which is commonly known as h.s. d d
medications on the market right now -- approved to treat it so as you might imagine this study raising controversy among healthcare providers who have used to it treat women. part of the problem they say is simply awareness and education. >> in the trials that led to the f.d.a. approved it was one extra sexually satisfying event per month. >> doctor larson says three out of four of her patients she's treated are still on the medication because they're responders in three ways. >> sexually satisfying events decrease in distress and increase in subject of desire. >> the study promoting this controversy looked at studies not published with doses not approved for this medication now. doctor large ken thinks the controversy is whether h.s. d d is really a condition -- >> this has generated lots of press because it's really
and i think there's stigma with that. >> now this study questions the safety and side effects but the doctor says they include low blood pressure. one question they raised with this editorial is whether or not this was a life threatening condition that needs treatment. some would argue many men's sexual health conditions and there are 24 medications for this problem in guys now on the market. >> we have the next guest from the reptile show. >> she'll kick you back because they're always swimming so it's more swimming. >> i know this one is a crawl her. >> yes. >> they slither and slath their.
first of all you're here from the sin city reptile show. >> it's a reptile show that happens once a month in cincinnati at the fairfield banquet center at tory station. >> ok. i'm going to put her down. look at her go. >> you can get a personal contact with many of these. >> yes you can. lots of animals therefore sale. >> what is it that's drawing on my shoulder -- >> you have a corn snake. there's many different types of corn fairfield. and here to
corn snakes look like indian corn. >> -- don't drop jasmine. >> this one is ruby. >> we have ruby and jasmine if you want to see them tomorrow -- boy she's a crawl her. >> handful. >> she's ready to swim. >> we have fairfield convention banquet center 10 to four and i believe it's $5. >> $5 entrance fee.
>> i know at the kids love it because you can do all the things we're doing. you have one of the few hands on experience accepts. a lot of you have seen allie on local 12 and thank you for coming in. >> tomorrow the sin city reptile show and jasmine and ruby will be there. >> you can have ruby. there you go. >> she just got scared.
>> we'll be good morning. today is xavier at the isn't as the center and then the muskies turn their attention back to creighton. the last time these two teams met in february x was just off. they went one of 21 shot 30 percent snent the 14 point lost. xavier coming off their first loss following seat on the hall -- but they've rebounded and something coach mac things is a good thing. >> we had opportunity to give our players more rest than they normally get this time of the year and then we also get to concentrate on ourselves and put a few things in i think can help our team not only for this game but down the line.
i thought it was well needed. and. in k suchlt coming in as an eight seed -- they'll see milwaukee. milwaukee is the five seed. they had a rough year in the league. in north have lost six straight but one of their five conference wins is against the panthers. familiarity can be an advantage and disadvantage. >> we're playing this team for a third time so there's familiar yart which with them and us. this year it's been everything but -- familiarity. the situation now there's a little bit more of that going into the horizon league play and tournament play is a different beast and you've got to be as prepared as you've always been and we've got to execute our situation and get things to hopefully get the win. >> there may not be a team that comes along anytime in the near
future that is as dominant as the thomas moore women have been -- friday night they began their tournament quest for the second straight national title. they started on a nine o run and they didn't look back dsh -- she pulls up knocks down the three and team high 23. not only do they pound it hard they grab the air ball and madison central buy a win. they advanced to one '02 to 67 win. >> -- the men fall to hope college 98 to 47. more sports head over to local12.com. >> all right. thanks, ally. we go from allie to great pets in the house.
>> yes up for adoption who is this? >> this is asha -- 11 months old and she's very puppy and ready to go. she's been spayed vaccinated and microchipped. forty dollar adoption fee and you can take her home from our sharonville location at noon. >> ben gentlemen. >> we like ben gentlemen -- ben ji is a terrier mix. >> always one of our fame -- favorite times. liz. >> he asks why does my dog insist on trying to eat the cat's food? >> we have this problem at my house as well so we have to keep a close eye on the cat food. cats are carnivore rouse -- cat food has more protein and that's how their digestive system works most efficiently.
like we are -- they need more fiber things. they don't taste as good but that high protein stuff is tasty year. >> is it harmful for the dog? >> here and there no big deal. some people use pieces of cat food as training treats but you shouldn't consistently give it to them. you'll probably see diarrhea which we talked about so you want to be careful. they should not be on a diet of cat food. >> that's not something you want around the house. >> that's why it's called cat food and not dog food. >> here's kelly's e-mail address if you'd like to ask a question. i know you are back in our next hour with some great adoptable dogs and cats and we have separate food for both. >> you'll want to stick around for that. >> for now we'll send it over to brandon who has your forecast. >> hey adam. we have snow showers moving
the rest of us seeing light flurries from wilmington down i-71 and i-75 still have flurries going on even into downtown cincinnati but most of us are nice and dry. northern kentucky we have snow showers move on through. i-71 and 75 in kentucky those are the areas that we have slick spots going on. so if you're heading down to louisville down to lexington keep in mind there's slick areas. by 10:00 or 11:00 o'clock we're good to go in terms of icy roadways. we'll be wet roadways with rain showers pushing through. so it's cold enough to produce snow. this is the line that produced it that is moving into bracken county. mason county is around the ohio river over to augusta and jobs vil, bradford -- that's the only snow shower we are going on at the time. we'll see morrie develop and push in later on today -- redevelop. >> we're in the 30s in the
we had snow showers moving in. we're into the upper 20s last night that cooled down pavement temperatures to around 33. nonetheless we have a chance for icy road conditions in northern kentucky over the course of the next 30 to 45 minutes. dry over downtown although we do have clouds around. that's not going any before. we're going to see a lot of cloud cover -- that's not going anywhere. we'll start to see light showers fill in through central indiana that's going to push in later on today. even though you don't see anything off towards the west that's going to change later. we have the chance of some snow mixing in with some of those rain showers so around 10:00 o'clock after that it's just all rain and it's not going to arraign all afternoon. we're just going to see dry periods in between. so it's going to be not too bad of kay day. not a washout -- we'll be into
we have a weather at available on the app store. a lot warmer off towards the great plains. forty-five in tulsa, 52 in dallas. they're going to be into the 70s today. the 70 agree temperatures will make to it cincinnati next week -- 70 degree temperatures. today lots of clouds at the area in white and then you can see green moving in. that's rain showers. no blue on the map. so we're not looking at snow this afternoon. we're warm enough that it's all rain. well into our 40s will be the temperatures. they dry out around 10 to 11 and we're dry for the weekend. it looks very nice sunday at least. we'll see more sunshine than today and that's going warm us up into the 50s versus the 40s today. a whole lot more sunshine as we go into monday as well. so we have dryer weather ahead after we get through rain showers today and then we enter
we're getting into a big pattern change towards the middle of next week. we have two to four inches of rain here in the tri-state but the bull's eye four to eight inches up to 10 inches in some area is in the mid mississippi river valley. we'll watch where the heavy rainfall trends. even two to four inches of rain could cause minor nuding in a few areas tomorrow biggest -- flooding. >> and we go from threw in the low to 70 that's a big jump -- 32. when the winds switch from the south it doesn't take long for warm weather to get here. >> first putting an end to violence and discrimination against women. what one group is trying to do
wire looks at how a city is keeping women safe -- shied i don't dot com. >> march 8th is international women's day and u.n. women is an organization created to empower girls and eliminate discrimination and violence against females. >> women experience violence in public spaces. >> one in three women will experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime that's why the philippines enact measures to keep women safe. >> keeping people in the communities to walk around public spaces in their neighborhood and they identify how to make it safer. >> support women around the globe and donate at u.n. habitat dot org. >> we got involved with make a wish -- his wish was go to disney world.
his mom kathy used to swim at t.c.u. so when swim coach offered to sign him onto his squad another wish was granted. >> it was a special guest. it just made sense. mom swam for me let's sign him. >> he couldn't believe he was getting to do this. he's such a fan to all of this has been really special. dot org. >> that's your critical i don't cause wire -- >> chideo cause wire. >> i think every day should be international mom's day. >> we have information on a fatal hit-and-run accident. what happened before man allegedly ran down a runner in mount auburn. >> first a drug raid in forever rest park. rest park.
>> kentucky republicans will vote in the state's first caucus today. i'll have details coming up. >> plus honoring beer over-the-rhine and yes, the coming of spring. we'll tell you how to join in this year's bockfest. >> just the idea we're heading into spring that's a great thought. thank you for waking up with us. good morning i'm liz bonis. >> and i'm adam clements. we want to get a quick check of your forecast. >> hey brandon. >> hey adam. >> >>. >> our roads are ok. it's south of the seventy-one 75 split is where we have some tricky road conditions -- you can see a traffic camera from the kentucky department of transportation you can see a light coating on the overpasses so they're slick in some areas
some other areas are seeing light coat stinks of snow along aa highway in northern kentucky -- this is the snow showers. lighter blue indicating heavy snow. it was very quick. i-75 from critical continue on the down could see slick conditions as well -- critical continue on the. right now it's fading out to nothing as it moves into bracken county and mason county. we're not looking at much snow fall over the next couple hours. we're mainly dry on precision doppler 12 h.d. we have dry air in place and that's creating nicer conditions as we go through the next couple hours. rainfall continues around 45 degrees. coming up we'll talk about a big warm up and how high temperatures will go in fifteen minutes. >> new this morning cincinnati police are investigating an early morning homicide.
shot around 2:30 this morning on derrick turnbow avenue and one person is dead. investigators are trying to figure out what happened. >> today is an important day in kentucky. this will be the one and only chance republicans get to vote for a republican nominee. >> it's the state's first caucus. there are things that might be confusing if you need to vote. megan moore joins us with the details. good morning, meg. >> good morning, liz. that's right. first and foremost let's talk about why ken cubing i think caucus is being held in the first place -- kentucky. this allowed rand paul to run for president and re-election to his u.s. senate seat without violating a state law from appearing twice in the same election. now he's out of the presidential race but the caucus is happening today. there won't be a presidential primary in may. the caucus replaces that so today will be the only chance
presidential nominee. races will still happen in may in the state and -- voters must show their i.d. and vote by secret ballot. today caucus locations are open for a shorter period of time. most counties will only have one location for people to cast their ballots this won't be their normal polling location. boone county republicans will vote at florence baptist church. republicans in kenton county will vote at summit school and campbell county residents will vote at the high school. democrats will cast their votes in kentucky's primary on may 17th. again most counties only have one polling location and you can only vote from 10 until four today. >> liz back to you. >> all right. expected to be a busy day. thank you meg. >> for more information on caucus locations go local12.com.
and cocaine are now in the hands of local law enforcement. federal agents raided a two men in a home. -- the men will appear at federal courthouse monday. the heroin seized has a street value of $750,000. neighbors say this massive drug bust comes as a shock. >> it's nerve wracking because i have young children so to have that next door and not know that that was going on in our neighborhood is -- it makes me nervous to know that's going on. >> it doesn't appear that the drugs are being sold out of the house and neighbors said the men lived therefore a short time. if convicted the men face 10 years to life in prison. >> police have now pinned the murder of a middletown mother on the man they initially thought did this crime. originally police didn't have enough evidence to prove that
russell -- now they say he shot dayton. her six month old daughter was in the back seat. she was not hurt. in addition to the murder charge he faces child endangering charges. >> man who is already in trouble for a fatal hit-and-run is facing more charges now. -- the man is charged with o.v.i. obstruction of official business for an incident that happened in december. police say he crashed into a car being driven by an 84 year old on hamilton avenue exit ramp and ran away. he was going 96 miles an hour at the time. he's currently in jail on -- for a wreck where he shut -- ran over a runner and she died and he drive off. >> the butler county sheriff says two madison students could have prevented monday's shooting had they told what they knew.
charged with failing to preorthopedic -- report the crime. they say they knew austin hancock had a loaded gun but did not say anything to anyone. they don't want that how ever happen again. >> we want to keep the lines of communication open that if the kids feel uncomfortable uneasy about something tell someone. don't just i think that you're being silly at this point. everything is fair game and we want to definitely know about it and talk about it. >> three other students from neighboring schools also were charged for making bad choices. one edgewood student allegedly said he would bring a gun to school and be ready for another 1k50u8 shooting. another made -- and another student brought knives that looked like credit cards. >> anyone attacking a police animal with a gun or knife will be charged with a felony
returns to duty. there has been calls for this since ernie was shot last april. under current law in kentucky injuring a police dog is only a felony if the dog dies or cannot return to active service. the bill will now go to the house. >> work is under way to prepare for a brand-new team to take the field. the cruiser re-- the crews are replacing the artificial surface to prepare for the new pro soccer team f d cincinnati. the new turf will not include permanent markings so it can be tailored for the club or bear cats -- >> more good news. cincinnati is called one of the best craft beer cities in the u.s. a festival kicks off in over-the-rhine. streets filled up for the bockfest.
bockfest hall with live bands, dancing, food and beer. it's in its 24th year. >> the last few years have been what the emerald society i play pipes with them and we come down. we lead the parade. >> you don't drink beer but you still like coming. >> it's just a lot of fun and we've worked on the saint patrick parade committee to for so long it's nice to enjoy it. >> mayor was there for the blessing of the bock beer. the act give tees continue today -- we have bockfest festivities head to local12.com. >> another tech company standing alongside apple. we'll have the latest details on the federal debate. >> plus we are tracking a health
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a live shot of downtown cincinnati. we're seeing rain today possibly flurries. brandon said we've seen it in a few spots. he's going to have your forecast in a bit. >> first we're covering america now. police in west virginia have arrested a woman after she allegedly conned people out of money by telling them she had cancer. >> -- kendall jones fooled friends family and strangers after being pressed by police jones admitted it was all a lie. police say she used social media to be friend people and collect $1,500. jones is in jail on $25,000 bond. >> we're down to four. ben carson pulled the plug on the presidential campaign. the front runner did the math and realized he's not going to win. instead carson will chair group focused on getting out the christian vote.
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christians could choose the next president if they get out and vote. >> amazon has disabled encryption from kindle fire. that means they can no longer encrypt stored data. it shows support for apple with the u.s. government. the f.b.i. asked apple to alter their apple so they good check a terrorist's cell phone. >> may tag dairy farms is closing temporarily -- in response to a listeria contamination. they say their blue cheese could be contaminated. listeria can cause death in children and the elderly. they had a sample tested positive. a recall includes blue cheese wedge jess and crumbles sold from november 24th to february
so far no illnesses have been reported. time now is 12 minutes after seven. it is 33 degrees. well you won't want to miss our next guest. we're going to tell you about how are you can have a great fun with animals alive today. we love animals here. >> and rain showers will move through the area later on this afternoon.
and when w welcome back. good morning cincinnati. a great parks natural list joining us. we want to welcome adam to talk about animals alive -- you brought us some pretty cool things and there's a lot going on. tell me why you're here. >> 2:00 o'clock we'll have animals alive. you can come checkout box turtle or some other animals we have on part of our checks. >> -- collections. >> this is a box turtle. >> yeah. >> can i hold him? >> you can touch her. >> tell me about her. >> we call her chit to. >> -- committee? >> she was fed cheat to and we crushed them into powder and dipped them in worms in that powder to help her get adjusted to normal diet.
eating healthy things. >> pure fej -- vej joe's and cheetos. >> tell us about the other animals. >> it's usually a snake, black rat snake, garden snake and owl. >> you do this to help kids and families learn what? >> we help them see animals that you can find in our parks and perhaps our backyard. >> wow. you probably don't know you have one of these crawling around. >> i have seen or noticed when i walk through parks that you have quite a few of these in the wild and do you sort of know them and leave them in their natural environment? >> box turtles stick to home range so in the wild this turtle would -- might only spend it's time in an area the size of a football field. >> wow interesting. >> all right. well, if you want to find out
at 2:00 o'clock at the animals alive and it's free to everybody. if you miss this weekend's animals alive you'll have lots of these coming up. >> absolutely. >> put them on your call car and check local12.com. >> adam, thanks for coming in. >> -- what's her name? >> chit to. >> all right liz thank you. >> brandon this is what we get with march wetness and flurries here and there and then the warm up happens. >> and then the warm up. today is not going to be that bad. we'll see showers and dry periods in between those. tomorrow looks great. no chance of rain tomorrow. so if you want no rain tomorrow is your day to get out. we do have flurries and snow showers in northern kentucky. most of us saw flurries within the 275 loop up towards dayton where we have light accumulations a dusting was
corridor south of the flight -- south of walton into grant county. you can see that snow as it moves through about an hour ago. it would push into pendleton county with with light snow accumulations. if you're headed down to louisville or lexington you could hit slick spots. ok. a lot of this faded out. so we're looking okay for the next couple hours in terms of any snow. and i think these temperatures are going to start to shoot up within the next couple hours and we'll be done with snow. this is the last snow flakes you'll see for the winter but at least the next seven to 10 days. >> we have a big warm up coming. it's in the 30s in the region. we were in the 20s earlier. we had clearing last night and that clear patch in the sky allowed the temperatures to fall into the 20s.
up to freezing in most locations. pavement temperatures slightly above freezing but we have slick roadways that we saw on the traffic cameras earlier. over downtown though no snow accumulation at all. it looks dreary outside with lots of clouds around. that's the way it's going to look like today. there's nothing going on in indianapolis today. that's where our weather is coming from. you can see rain showers develop in southern indiana and they're pushing into kentucky within the next few hours. that's what we're going to see across much of the area. it's hit and miss light showers. these will be rain showers after 10:00 o'clock. through noon it will be in the 40s and then back down into the 30s by 8:00 or 9:00 o'clock. just rain showers.
it's warmer in the upper 30s and plains. that's where we'll see 70s just west of the mississippi river. it's going to take a few days to get here but i promise you it's next week. you can see green is rain and we have showers around even into the afternoon. by 10, 11:00 o'clock tonight it's out of here. we're dry sunday. no chance of rain at all. we're going to hang onto clouds. it's going to be a nice day. it's going to be warmer tomorrow. we'll be in the 50s tomorrow. you can see that here. forty-five today. fifty-two tomorrow. so it's going to be warmer. and then next week we see the temperatures into the 70s by tuesday. that's very warm but it's not record-breaking. >> it's spring. >> it's spring almost. >> almost. >> and we don't really need it to break a record to enjoy it. >> and that warm weather is going to stick around for quite some time. there's no big cool down over
brandon says get through the morning and things will get better. he will update our forecast in a moment. if popping open a bought tell of wine after a hard week sounds good head down to cincinnati wine festival -- >> head down the duke energy wine festival that benefits the local wine industry and several charities and non-profits. >> it's great time to get out you know winter is almost over. kick up your heels have a glass of wine and enjoy life and you get to taste whines that are rare and you get to taste whines that are made locally -- taste whines so there's something here for everybody. >> actor jason alexander will join the cincinnati pops for a series of shows long before becoming world repronounce -- refound on seinfeld alex zapped under was a tony award winning
his shows with the pops feature great music from the theater along with comedy and audience interaction. there's a show this evening and one sunday at two at music hall. >> get ready to go under the big top. the ringling brothers barnum and bailey circus will be here for a full weekend of shows -- they promise circus spec particular calls you have never seen before. the greatest show on earth. >> this year is the last time to see the famous elephants who retire this year. >> and direct from broadway disney's news sees was a winner of the tony awards -- for best score and choreography and it has audiences and critics alike. it's a musical and the dancing is awesome. the best gymnastics. >> you can find a full list on these activities at local12.com.
this one is awesome. south texas junior golfer had an honor to tee off at a golf course designed by tiger woods and this happened. >> the kid got a hole in one right in front of tiger. the crowd goes bonkers and the kid gets a hug from tiger. the 11 year old beat tiger. >> that's so cool. >> we have a lot more news on good morning cincinnati for you. >> if you're a hoops fan then this morning's sports report just for you our local 12 is going to give you an update. >> plus remembering a local
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i'm adam clements. >> and i'm liz bonis. first a check of the forecast with brandon orr. hi, brandon. >> hey, liz. temperatures around the freezing mark today. it was colder around three or four hours ago. we had temperatures in the 20s because we had patches of clear sky that allowed our temperatures to drop off into the 20s. >> our low at the airport is 27 but that's rising. this trend is going to continue over the next several hours. you can see some snow showers that were in kentucky. this morning. we saw light accumulation on some of the bridges and overpasses and side roads along seventy-one and 75 south of the split that's moved eastward over through the aa highway and off towards marysville and mason
we have cloudy skies much of the day today. mid-40s is where we're headed to this afternoon. we're not going to see the warming trend yet. but it starts tomorrow in a big way. it's coming in next week. we'll tell you how high temperatures go and how long they stick around. that's coming up at 748. >> liz. thanks, brandon. >> a teen was arrested after a shooting in an ohio parking lot that killed a 7-year-old boy and hurt two others. >> 18 years old young man was arrested on murder charge in the death of a child. the boy was shot in the head yesterday and died at a columbus hospital. police say a 5-year-old boy and 19-year-old were also shot. investigators believe the victims were in a car sprayed by bullets. >> friends and family will say good-bye to tara turner this weekend. the penned dell con county mother disappeared at the end of january -- fishermen discovered
her visitation is in falmouth kentucky. her funeral is tomorrow afternoon. we do have a link to go fund me page to raise money for her memorial service. >> you can find that at local12.com. >> kentucky republicans will caucus today. there's only one caucus place for each county and the hours are from 10 until four today. for more information on caucus locations we do have a link at local12.com. >> another group announces it legalize marijuana. grass roots ohio will send proposed ballot language to the state attorney general to tax and regulate medical marijuana and allow those 21 and over to use it with a doctor's permission. >> the american heart asoeshg nation -- association one local family invites you to join their team to support a special program which has made a big
they say they wouldn't have a healthy mom and baby if it weren't for the amazing care for maternal cardiac care. this one is at the good samaritan hospital. they coordinate with cardiologists and women's health specialists that give women little miracles. >> she's wonderful. she's a miracle. she's our favorite. >> zach and katie celebrate every day with little annabelle. she is now six months old. >> but it's actually been quite a journey to get her to this place. the family had a whole lot of help and some very special medical people who made you feel wanted. >> my life really as a child i was always sort of told it's iffy if you should have a baby. >> by the time katie was referred to the doctor who heads up a team here at one of the few
care she knew the odds of having a baby were not in her favor -- maternal. she was born with parts of her heart on the wrong side. >> basically both her heart functions come out of the right side. >> even with careful monitoring during a pregnancy. >> there are situations where even in the stable setting of mom whose doing well for baby may not be getting enough blood supply. >> katie admits she had to take it one day at a time. >> you worry from the moment you become pregnant through the whole pregnancy and every day after that. >> but the specialist at these centers are worry managers. they give mom careful monitoring of her own heart and body and
before it's born and sure enough an bell. >> -- annabelle. >> she's so great. >> katie's heart appears to have no additional damage from this pregnancy. >> so it looks like she was a success story. >> i would say absolutely. enough to say when is number two coming? >> oh so great to hear this family part of a team supporting research for women and heart disease through the american heart association. local 12 a proud sponsor of the heart mini and it's not too late to register for it. we have a link if you'd like to support this family. go local12.com. >> thank you, liz. >> from missing man to wanted man. that's where things stand now. we told you about the aurora emt who vanished. investigators say there might be a reason for that. they believe he stole 106,000 dollars from aurora's emergency
gambling habit. he said he would pay it back and then the next day he was gone. >> the anger inside of all of us is why did you do this to us? >> how could you do this to your friends and coworkers. >> now he's a fugitive so if he's with any friends who are harboring him they need to come forward because you know it may not have been a crime before but it certainly is a crime now. >> the majority of aurora emergency rescue team are volunteers. the money was being saved for ambulance upkeep and to buy a new building. >> well it may be hard for many of us to imagine not having a home and then the feeling of getting a roof over your head and you have nothing to fill the space between the walls. well. >> that feeling is changing for some people thanks to a local non-profit and as brad underwood
>> -- overwhelming. >> unload thing furniture truck is if job -- but for ethan and michael it's more than just a task for a paycheck. >> i don't know their situation but there's a lot of good people that just are struggling to get by and you can see this definitely helps out. >> new life furniture is filling an apartment that had nothing but a few belongings living here a mother and her two babies. >> mrs. turner. >> one load at a time the apartment slowly starts to look like a family lives here a new bed a dresser some tables and chairs. >> two, three times day six days a week new life furniture makes deliveries and makes several pickups a day. last year that translated to helping out 1,600 families. >> i'm knowing there are 8,000
the floors and i don't find that acceptable. >> -- she started with one family and now they help those that are homeless, escaping from domestic violence or veterans. she remembers how much furniture meant to a woman. >> she started crying and i wish i could have done more. >> adopting the dog more from the community the garfield hotel and suites are gutting the hotel but instead of trashing 16 floors of furniture they gave it all to new life furniture. in alandale brad underwood local 12 news. >> pretty cool if you feel inspired and would like to help with new life furniture we have local12.com. >> well stick around. we've got lots of lovable pets here this morning that need a great home.
temperatures in the next few days. he'll update our forecast in a moment but it looks like an irish spring morning. now if you're a basketball fan you'll love sports. >> good morning everyone. today xavier senior night at cintas center. they'll be recognized before the game and then the muskies
turn their focus back to the night's task handing creighton a loss. the last time these teams met in february x was just off. they went one of 21 from beyond the arc shot 30 percent in 14 point loss. xavier coming off their fourth loss falling to seat on the hall. >> coach mac. >> we had an opportunity to give our players more rest than they normally get this time of the year and then we also got
maybe put a few things in. i think can help our team not only for this game but yes i thought it was well needed. >>. in k.u. playing in their first horizon league coming in. milwaukee -- they had a rough year. the north have lost six straight. one of their five conference wins is against the panthers. familiarity can be an advantage. coach welcomes it. >> there's a familiarity with them and us playing for the third time this year has been our first year in the league. teams don't know us either. so it's a situation there's more of that going into the horizon league play and tournament play is a different beast. what i mean by that is you've got to be as prepared as we've
execute and hopefully get the win. >> so there may not be team that comes along anytime in the near future or even in the distant future as a thomas more whim -- they are going for their second straight title. they started with a nine o run and they didn't look past -- it's fun to win. she pulls up knocks down the three had a team high 23. not only do they pound hard. she grabbed the air ball and madison central buy them selves an easy land. no teams got within single digits. they advance to the one '02 to 67 win. >> -- mount st. joe men in answer last night for the first time ever they fall to hope
>> head to local12.com for more sports. >> we have kelly here from the spca and adam joining us with one of his darling dogs as well. all of these are up for adoption. tell us what adam is joining. >> adam is holding wade a terrier -- heed 2 years old and ready to go. he's been calmer. he's 2 years old. he's neutered and $40 adoption fee. and you're holding sweet sidney. i have big dogs but when i meet a little dog like this -- >> she is just perfect. it makes me want a little dog. she's a sweetheart and cuddler. she's four years old. just happy dog. >> she has been calm giving kisses.
one. >> i do 11 months old and you can't blame him. he's a puppy. gentlemen. all of them will be ready today -- $40 adoption fee and then giovinazzo is my favorite cat. she needs a new home -- >> the cats are how much? >> ten dollars adoption fee. >> and you're going to be out and about. >> our mobile adoption unit will be in mason. they'll be other great dogs there. >> we want to say a big thank you to kelly. this is kelly's last day at her
why doesn't anyone tell me anything. >> no. >> thank you for your early mornings. she's been here for four years been with the spca six. but she's got a new mom and we love you we miss you. we know you'll be a big fan and volunteer. >> yes i'll be there. >> we want to say thank you. we love you. >> we'll miss you. >> thanks for joining us and being part of our team for so long. i know harry is coming back to fill in the meantime. >> brandon she's part of our team huh? >> i know. she's been gone since she had her newborn and of course we had mike and harold filling in and they do great job as well. today so far we haven't had too much going on just flurries on precision doppler 12 h.d. you can see that pushing through the area not causing problems at least over downtown. to the south we do have slick conditions along i-71 and 75 in
this is mainly south of the split. along grant county we had slick bridges and overpasses. we saw those on the traffic cams earlier. now i just checked them and they're clear. a lot of it has melted and dried up. we're looking pretty good. a lot of snow showers or a line of it went through northern kentucky that faded out. we have a few flurries left. temperatures are warming up. the reason we didn't get much snow over downtown was because temperatures were cold last night so pavement temperatures are down. some of the snow could have caused slick conditions. as it was falling it hit a layer of dry air and dried up all the ground. we call that verga when that happens. that's what we had over downtown cincinnati earlier and we saw flurries this morning. now we're getting a break before we start to see more rain
because we're getting temperatures up quickly. >> 33 at the airport. and also the same in batavia -- in northern kentucky we're seeing 30 and 32 degrees. so as we look north this is near oxford and butler county. not seeing flurries but it looks dreary outside as we have clouds and more clouds to go. sun today. some more showers developing in southern indiana and in. so we're not going to become completely dry. we'll have periods in between light showers. forty-four, 45 degrees will be our high today. only into the middle 40s. that's a couple degrees for our average high which is typically into the upper 40s. we have 40s off toward the west. fifty in dallas. that's the big warm up. it doesn't sound now but later on they'll be in the 70s. we'll see that by next week.
you see the rain pushing in this area in green. we're morrie developed. notice how spotty it is -- redeveloped. as we go into sunday we dry out if you want to avoid the rain do it sunday. it could be a bonus base it's going to be in the 50s sunday. then we watch heavy rainfall. wednesday through the rest of the workweek. two to four inches in cincinnati. right now it looks like the heaviest of the rainfall could see 10 in s chess of rainfall in arkansas. there could be flooding concerns big time -- 10 inches. >> we'll keep an eye. we could see rain and flooding as well. closely. >> thanks, brandon. >> if you have a sweet tooth the newest location of top this doughnut bar and ice cream celebrates it's grand opening at
>> you can build your own doughnut. the new shop offers free coffee and giveaways all day. they have locations at university station near xavier and they're planning on new locations in westchester and fort thomas. continues. we're talking about the annual university of cincinnati marathon to raise money for children's hospital. more than 1,000 dancers are expected to take part in the overnight dance first. d.j.'s live bands and dance instructors will be on hand. >> it's all you can eat pancakes and syrup and you might want to check out the maple syrup festival. chow down today and tomorrow at the houston wood. you can take a maple syrup tour and hay ride after that.
treated cats. >> manage experts say there's something about a child's voice that helps cats break out of their shell. they help bring kids out of their shells too. ultimately officials say introducing reading to kids and cats will give the cats a better chance at adoption because they're not so shy and the kids happy to help with that. >> you let them read allowed to a cat and it just does something really special. >> it was relaxed i think. his eyes were closed but the moment we stopped reading he woke up. >> on it's first day the program is a hit. that's something officials and kids say will continue. >> this is by far my favorite video in a day. it's a high 62 player trinity against ballard. trinity up three with six-tenths of a second boom. did you see that? both -- full court thunder beater tied the game and sent it into overtime. the player that hit that shot
an early morning homicide. >> there was a report of a person shot on derrick turnbow avenue. police are confirming a person has died. investigators are trying to determine what happened. >> police say a teen was arrested after a shooting in an ohio parking lot that killed a 7-year-old boy and hurt two others. >> an 18 year old was arrested in the death of the child shot in the head yesterday and he died at a hospital. a 5-year-old boy and 19-year-old are in stable condition right now. >> kentucky republicans will caucus for the first time to cast their votes for president. registered republicans will not vote at their normal polling place. there's only one caucus place for each county and the hours are 10 until four. for more information on caucus locations go to local12.com. >> our final weather. >> we're looking pretty nice during the day today. it's going to be chilly. we'll be 45. fifty-two tomorrow.
tomorrow is going to be the best day for outdoor plans because we'll have no chance of rain and it's going to be warmer but we're getting chilly at night with temperatures in the 30s. we see a big warm up. we have three days of dry weather before we see a pattern change into a stormy weather pattern but the good news is 15 days until spring. >> and temperatures climbing more spring like with each passing week. >> exactly that. warm up next week will stick around. >> keep it right here on local 12 and local12.com.
captioning company, inc.] captioning funded by cbs good morning. it's march 5th, 2016. welcome to " cbs this morning: saturday." one of the biggest cases of the 20th century is dug up again. why a knife believed buried on o.j. simpson's property has sent law enforcement scrambling. also, donald trump pulls out of a key conservative conference, while ben carson