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escape. good evening, everyone. unsettled spring like weather brings some heavy downpours. >> a system that may have tornadoes to the north of the viewing area. erica collura is here and with a look at the radar course. >> show you the video of one of my old viewers, in the dayton area, from the phillips bird area. and northwest of dayton. you could see that rope -like tornado. this is a little while after the tornado warning was issued by the national weather service. here's an unshaky image from the same person. his route is familiar north. and you could see what looks to be a tornado. we don't usually like it a tornado.
i believe we have that footage at 6:00. here's the area that we were dealing with. this is just around the county area, around eaton, north of the local 12 viewing area. phillipsburg, in northwestern, and that's the image and video i just showed you. we still had some damage up through laura ohio, which is in miami county. so this thing, it caused a lot of damage and luckily it was in some rural areas. we still have some damage out there. i believe brendan will be there to show us some of that. : heaviest rain, will be severe at home. we're tracking some heavy rain. williamtown, just south of dry ridge. this is going to continue to move north. thalmus, batch, rest, you're in
we have light to moderate rain, moving towards the peebles area. cincinnati, hamilton county, we have rain in the, near the connorsville area, south of versailles and that will ripley. this is because of a low pressure system. we're kind underneath the center of the low pressure system. that energy is going to slide off to the north and east. and we have chances of rain. we have spotty and widely scattered showers. and temperatures fall through the 60s. there's your 12 hour forecast, starting at 7:00. midnight, in the 50s. and it's way above normal this time of year. it's because we're so warm, we have the energy around us, we're seeing spring-like weather in the form of severe weather. and we're tracking storms in the severe forecast. back to you. >> thank you. and here's another look at
camera this afternoon, near phillipsburg ohio, north of dayton. it's not a heavy populated area. there's no injuries reported. there was some damage to a few homes and barns in the area. >> demolition crews are tearing down on a three-story porch. fortunately, no one was hurt when a 100-year-old brick porch fell. i spoke to joe webb, who joins us live from the scene. >> as you could see behind me, most of the debris has been cleaned up. all the hanging debris from the side, has been cut down by the demolition crew. residents who lost their porches, were told by building inspectors, the apartment was safe and they were able to spend the night here. there's still a few people who are still a little skittish. when you look at the debris and what it smashed, it's clear.
keeping people safe. the first floor porch is flattened with the tables, still set with silverware, drinks. >> and my boyfriend were i and were having breakfast on the porch. debris started falling and the ceiling started caving in and they had to run into the apartment. >> and sharon lane's daughter, has stepped up inside when things started falling. >> and things will start coming down. she hollered, mom, run. run. that's what we did. we ran to the other side of the building. >> i'm so thankful she was in the house. we were able to not be out there. we sit out there all the time. you know. >> and they are well used.
the one in the south end. demolition crews were on the side, cutting down and still hanging debris. they gave the residents the thumb's up to go back inside. lori kaplan opted not to. >> i don't feel safe there yet. and as soon as they fix anything up, will feel safe again. >> the building maintenance manager, were here on site. all the residents say, they like living here and they appreciate what the owners have been doing. they would not like to talk to your camera, and it's by the failure of the main support column. and there's another one at the other end.
and three apartments adjacent to the balconies. and the city ordered, the doors going to the balconies that are long gone, be screwed shut. and they say they will be able to be there safely. the investigation has just begun. >> are you in the business district on ludlow. >> yeah, i'm a couple of blocks, couple of blocks from the esquire theater. right in the heart of the business district. >> those people are pretty lucky, aren't they. >> yes, indeed, they are. nice to cover story like this where everybody is okay. >> they want the owner to hire an engineer, to the design of
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city's earning tax will pay for most of the bus system. the hamilton county sales tax is a better fit. the report left open when a ballot measure could be brought before voters. controversial school levee divides a community. they explain the choice in fayetteville. >> and they have not put an operating levee on the ballot since 1979. james brady says, now is the time. deal with a two year spending deficit and to create a 3 month cash reserve. it will cost people about 268 a year per 100 thousand of property. the 7.65 million emergency levy would generate about 790 thousand a year over a decade. opponents are concerned about two different financial forecasts done for the district.
other by an independent company in december of 2015. the second showed a need for a lot more cash. >> i'm very limited on funds and the government told me that there's no inflation. so i didn't get a raise. yet, they are asking for such a large amount. and i'm not saying i don't want to give something but don't come at me with such large amounts. >> the frustration from others that feel the burden is put on them, it's not something that's taken likely. everyone has their opinion and everyone will vote in the ballot box as they so choose. >> part of the money generated will be used to update bus fleet and will replace the boiler and other buildings. many say they can't support such a large levee, especially after a recent rise on agricultural land. perry schaible, local 12 news.
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>> the democratic candidates are talking about trump too, using similar language to separate themselves from the republican leader. >> and the end of the other day. love always trumps hatred. >> hillary clinton is leading bernie sanders in several states. the polls also had her winning michigan last week which she lost. >> sanders is leading in illinois. ohio polls open from 6:30 in the morning to self thirt at night. stay with local 12 news tomorrow. as the votes are counted in ohio's election across the country. we will have complete coverage for the race. and the local candidates, issues that you are specifically concerned with. at 9:00, cincinnati will be part of the national broadcast stream live on local12.com.
feature angenette levy. public is local there. >> this is a weird weather day. we've had very beautiful weather. we've had rough weather, too >> we've seen downpours and thunderstorms around home. to the north, just a couple of hours away, they have a couple of tornado warnings. and meteorologist, brandon orr between gratis. kind the northwest of dayton ohio. . >> and around 1:35 this afternoon, it was no more than three minutes later, and they put out a tornado warning for the area and a tornado did touchdown. we came out three miles southeast of eton. we came to the farm. and they are the ones who live here.
which is now, you could see the debris all through the fields. i would estimate the tornado is about 100 yards or so. and rowland, lives here, talked to the neighbors. you could see the far horizon. and damage here from his barn here. we picked up damage from the radar. it showed damage. and marlove was home at the time. this is what she had to say as the storm was rolling in. >> it was pouring down rain. i noticed that, clouds coming to the east and clouds moving to the west. it didn't feel right. about that time, i ran and got to my bed. the barn was gone before i gone
>> and when i talked to roland, her husband, and -- and barn scattered into pieces in the air, you could see the pieces. we will go and talk to the neighbors, and they will get the side of the story. get a check on the precision doppler hd. erica, there's still some rain going on. thankfully, no more severe weather. >> good thing, nobody is injured. we will continue to monitor the situation throughout the evening, bringing you some pictures and video, once we get them in. we will continue to watch the showers. some of them little heavy. i'm not tracking anything severe. and that has pushed off and i expect folks to the north of us, to be pretty quiet. this one to the east of cherry
this is continuing to move northeast and we have rain. and the rain will stay to the south and east of you. couple of showers between west union and peebles, out of adams county. and and -- and that's going to continue to move towards aurora area, and eventually skim western portions of hamilton county. and -- and just northwestern edge, of the county and lighter rain back to fayette county, around connorsville indiana. just continue to have widely scattered showers. you could see, it's a pretty picture. this is a live look from the atrium weather center. we have an area of low pressure. you could sigh the counterclockwise motion.
the northeast as a whole. we'll continue to see scattered activity, move through the since natsy area, throughout the next several hours. and our next system is developing through the dakotas and also colorado. that will continue to move eastward. that will bring the cold front late tomorrow night, 3:00 a.m. tomorrow. and temperatures, definitely not feeling like early to mid-march. we're seeing temperatures near 70. no matter where you look. and 66 for mazel. and 62 for georgetown. if you've been outside, a little bit, you could feel the moisture in the air. looking at the clouds, could expect some of the clouds to pour out the rain. and temperatures should be around the low to mid 60s at 8:00. we'll be very warm. couple of widely scattered
well. definitely some heavy downpours possible or rain showers. that's what we are tracking later in the evening. temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. here's 7:00 in the evening. widely scattered temperatures. we'll continue to have a dry and overnight period. watch for the patchy fog. that will lower visibility through tuesday morning. or gradually clear out, weak area of high pressure, will move in quickly. the secondary front that moves through tomorrow night, between 11:00 and 12:00 and 3:00 a.m. we will be out of here by wednesday morning. here's what we're looking at tomorrow. we have a slight risk for severe weather, well to the north and west. that includes the potential for gusty winds and hail. that's what we're being looing at tomorrow night. heavy rain likely with showers.
and a lot warmer tomorrow. few by few degrees. and 71 on tuesday, rain overnight. 65 for a high. st. patrick's day, and temperatures dip to the 50s for friday and saturday with intermit tent chances of rain in the weekend, once again. >> still to come, people are keeping their distance from the games. how badly the zika virus is
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soon be over for now. larry davis, on what's being done to help the primary process work more smoothly. >> early voting ended today. now the real test. poll workers and voters encounter the same in november, that will give hamilton county a black eye. long lines caused by mechanical problems and poll worker confusion. al dan zinger will vote. will have a long line and left. he came back a second time. >> went back another time. it was around noon and 12:30. >> last november, saw hamilton county poll members using ipads for the first time to check in voters. there were problems with some of the routers. some of the poll workers were
routers will be replaced and training has improved. >> new ipads are supposed to reduce from 3 minutes to 1:00. back in november, some are in the polling places. some are given provisional ballotings. more than 100 are on stand by, in case there are problems. >> all assigned to just 2-4 polling locations. if there is a problem, could get there immediately. >> al danzinger is hoping he's not in for a long wait to vote. >> if i wanted to go with an open mind, hopefully things are better.
worker training since last november. even as recent as this past weekend. they were doing some training, to make sure things go smoothly. in addition, polling places will do dry runs, to make sure all the kinks have been worked out. as far as voter projection, the board of elections is project being a voter turnout between 40-45 percent. that's high. live in the board of elections, larry davis >> that is high, thank you, larry. >> polls are open from 6:30 to 7:30 tomorrow evening. local 12 news, will have election results on airon -- air and on-line. angenette levy, reaction from voters from price hill chili. >> and they are trying to win,
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>> it's something we have taken forgranted for years, clean and safe drinking water. >> other places have created concerns and plenty of doubt. in our area, attorney in a scientific
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it's used in materials like testifylon and cleaning products. >> psoa, stands for chemical. >> consuming water, could be dangerous. and panel has connected psoa, to 6 diseases. >> included kidney, testicular cancer. thyroid de vries. preeclamsia. >> and tfoa, has been linked to a plausible explanation. to girls in northern kentucky. circumstancial evidence not a slam-dunk, for attorney years. reason enough for the public to
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we are looking into northern kentucky, water and the agency that provides that water has to say about attorney's demands on immediate action. >> and this chemical is a very persistent chemical. it will stay in the body for many, many years. >> and he has written to federal and state regulators, the need for immediate community wide, public disclosure
is imperative to protect public health. >> if it's coming from the drinking water, before it's filtered. it wouldn't, the elevated blood levels is not just limited. you would expect it to be found within the broader community. >> the northern kentucky water district declined our request
engineering vice president, did talk to me by phone and answered questions via e-mail. kramer says there's no protecttive eopa now. northern kentucky, water district doesn't believe sufficient data exists to support the theory that drinking water was the pathway to elevated pfoa levels in the study a decade ago. kramer says the district was notified in 2007 of the studies tentative findings much the district tested the water in the river. found no pfoa contamination and got the same results in 2010. we feel we shouldn't alarm the customers. and plus, kramer points to the same 2014 article, of the possible pfoa link to the power plant. and the study, with the
with the low levels of opfoa. did the students really did enough food because of a significant amount of levels in their blood? may. maybe not. if drinking water was the source, the scientists who did this study, it's not likely to impact. and the high levels of serum levels, probably a representative of all persons in the northern kentucky water district during the same period. which is why the northern kentucky water district, 300 thousand customers deserve a lot more information. it's not clear, the community is ever a potential exposure to even look at. >> the northern kentucky water district, does have some information about tfoa on the
information on emerging contaminants. while it says, you may have read or heard about, we have tested the water in 2014 and 2015 and there are no pfoa's in your drinking water. however, this section went on there on february 24th, less than a month ago, only after attorney rob started writing letters. there's nothing on the website about the potential link between pfoa's and young girls in the study. study. local 12 news, contacted various agencies, about possible medical monitoring. and we will keep you updated once we get answers. about 12 percent of northern kentucky district concerns get their water from the licking river, not the ohio, they tell local 12 news, tested licking
after it left the plant. : however, it was not tested in the river itself in 2014 and 2010, only ohio. boone county has gotten their water from the city of cincinnati since 2003. >> good evening, to you. and what's going on and the tri-state. we've had severe weather. severe weather warning, earlier today. we have tornado warnings north of the dayton area. you could see the counterclockwise flow. this is the move to the east and with it, chances of rain will diminish as well much we have
and west. as we zoom in, we have a few light showers near dry ridge near cordova and a lot of rain to thalmus. heavy rain, indicated by the yellow, orange shower much and brooks, you're in line to see the heavy rain. nothing severe. i don't want to you worry about severe weather. we have heavy pockets of downpours. around washington and into the areas of loseburg and nasal and clip southern areas of adams county. we have rain in the eastern edge of adams and into south eastern county. we have a little bit of light rain near downey corner and that will continue to move northeast as well. this is what happened earlier, around 1:30. we have a couple of tornado
this is in the phillipsburg area. so we definitely have damage there. meteorologist, is helping with the damage. and he had a report. this is a great time to download the free wkrc weather app. we're starting to get into springtime weather. when you have the warmth, we have a little bit of energy like the system we have there now. it creates a little bit with the thunderstorms. with the thunderstorms, you could have the severe weather. search google play and, it's a beautiful shot looking live at the atrium weather camera. temperatures are close to 70. hillsborough, you're at 70. winds a little bit breezy out of the west. they will die down a little bit
with the calmer winds, some breakages in the clouds, we will have the potential for some fog to formulate tonight and into tomorrow morning. watch for the lower visibilities with that. and most of us will be heavy rain, through about 9:00 and slight chances, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00. the area of low pressure will move to the east, northeast. tomorrow morning, expect areas of patchy fog. we start off with clouds, seeing some clearing, middle part of the day and through the afternoon. the next system, brings the cold front late tuesday. see some rain, and few thunderstorms possible before an area of high pressure moves in. the national weather service has issued a slight risk for the northwest portion of the viewing area. while a warning isn't ruled out,
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>> whether it turns to >> and good evening, everyone. we have seen some heavy rain and even heard some rumble of thunder in the tri-state. >> weather to the north, turned more severe. local 12, erica collura is here with what they had tonight. >> good evening, to you. right now, we're tracking scattered showers. heavy weather off to the east and northeast.
show some footage, kaf is in the dae time area. and ws is surveying and should have some rules hopefully within a a, to the right of the funnel, you could look closely and see the debris. and an another one by the cloud cover. this tornado, likely caused some major damage to barns, took off a roof of the house, and this damage, kind of stretched a long half. we'll continue to monitor this. there's the debris that you see, floating up in the sky. and just a violent storm. we will have details throughout the evening. here at home, we're tracking not severe weather, but we have some heavier downpours to the southern tier of the viewing area. up toward butler and brooksville. if you were with us at 5:30, 10