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wrecked car and the man now arrested for his murder. plus -- >> it's kind of heartbreaking. something you can't replace. jonathan: a piece of northern kentucky history goes up in flames. the late night fire that brought down the rabbit hash general store. richard: a busy morning for fleet services crews getting ahead of the winter weather event. details just ahead. jonathan: you might call this the calm before the storm. how pretty is it? jennifer schack will tell us about the bitter cold out there and the winter weather moving in today. it's sunday, february 14, 2016. this is news 5 today. [captioning made possible by wlwt-tv] jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today. thanks for joining us on this sunday. i'm jonathan hawgood, this is meteorologist jennifer schack. citycam 5 showing us colors. jennifer: you're mulling over a
jonathan: i haven't. his and her hues. jennifer: that was a good one. jonathan: a thin line of clouds separates them. as they move further in the day, they come together and the separation disappears. two become one. jennifer: you see poetic lines when you look at citycam. i look see weather and forecast elements. jennifer: this is pointing east for sunrise. any hope for sunshine would be early this morning. we were pointing west. it's cloud cover, even flurries flying. you've got a touch of the bard. jennifer: the what? jonathan: the bard, it's a poet. we've got snow coming in. jennifer: this afternoon is accumulating snow. wlwt radar, down through carroll, switzerland, owen and
some of the flakes making it to the ground. this is a morning band that set up in southern indiana. this is not the main story. a couple of morning flakes. the main event is taking shape across missouri and pushes in this afternoon. here's our futurecast at noon. cloud cover overhead. snow, accumulating snow heading our way, spreading in from west to east. we all have snow, light to moderate intensity, through our late afternoon and early evening. that's when we get most of our accumulation accumulation. we taper into snow showers for the overnight forecast. it looks like an active afternoon with the snow coming down, slick roads at times. heaviest snow in the western counties. downtown, between 3:00 and 8:00 p.m. heaviest snow in the eastern counties between 5:00 and 10:00. all with snow showers for the overnight forecast. we're talking about snow totals and the active part of the work week with a mix of precipitation, coming up. jonathan: jennifer, thanks. cincinnati isn't waiting for
crews have been out yesterday in an effort to prevent slick roads. richard chiles with their plan to keep you safe. richard: good morning. city of cincinnati already working overtime, getting crews on the road. but, of course, also getting preparation for the winter weather event, zach west fall and his guys at aaa. fleet services, you're always on the road, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. when we see you guys rolling up, it's a life saver. talk about the services you provide in trucks showing up and helping motorists. >> it's about getting people on the go so we don't have to call tow trucks. a lot of services are for flat tires, dead batteries. if you run out of gas, lock your keys in your car while you're letting it warm up.
we can pull you out. it's all about keeping you safe. richard: josh is getting ready to hit the road this morning. you've got 20 drivers fanned throughout the tri-state, working this morning. >> we've got 20 guys out. tomorrow, we're anticipating it being busier, so we'll have more out tomorrow. richard: covering all areas of the tri-state, making sure motorists are prepared. carrying the gold aaa card is a life saver. these guys are ready to take care of any emergency you might have x and get you back in transit. in the next half hour, safety tips, things you need to carry with you, helping these guys out on the road and keeping you comfortable during the wait. reporting live this morning, richard chiles, wlwt news 5. jonathan: richard, thanks. road crews say please use off-street parking if you can leaving plows room to work. wlwt is leading the way on winter weather. download our wlwt app. you'll see the forecast as well
right on your mobile device. new details on a late night fire that ripped through a local landmark in boone county. the fire happened at 9:00 at the rabbit hash general store along the ohio river. the building, which dated back to 1831, was closed at the time of the fire. someone passing by saw the flames and called the fire department. when firefighters arrived, flames were shooting through the roof and front windows. crews were working to put the fire out and some resident managed to grab the sign off the building, take it to safety. collapsed. broken to see a piece of their history destroyed. >> it was an historical treasure in kentucky. it was also a community center for everybody that lived around here. it was the heart and soul of our community. everybody that lives within a 10
their own. jonathan: officials say the icy conditions and the merchandise in the store made the fire hard to put out. a fire at a two-family home in oakley is under investigation. officials say the fire started on the second floor of a house on millsbrae avenue saturday afternoon. this is only about ten houses down from the corner of edwards and madison, if you're wondering. someone passing by had to knock on the door of the first floor to tell the people inside the building was on fire. those living on the second floor were not home at the time. the fire was quickly knocked down. both families have been displaced. damage is estimated at $60,000. a man is found dead inside of a car in westwood. police have arrested that man, 23-year-old donta williams, and charged him with murder. wlwt's jenell williams has the story. reporter: a car crashed into a pole at the end of this cul-de-sac on tulsa court, just off of anderson ferry.
driver. >> my son was concerned. we thought it was a lady. because of the hat, it looked like a lady's hair. he ran over to the car. he was going to help. when he got to the car, he saw blood pouring down the side of the face. reporter: police have released few details about the investigation. the driver, 23-year-old derek johnson's lifeless body, was found inside the car around 9:00 this morning. neighbors say the car didn't make a loud sound when it crashed into the pole. >> a neighbor called and said the pole out front here, and we ran to the window to see what was going on. reporter: they thought the of the car. neighbors were horrified to learn someone had been shot and neighbors are relieved police made an arrest in the case. >> usually don't have any problems.
broke into during the summer. but otherwise, there's nothing really that goes on here. this is a quiet little neighborhood. we'd like to keep it that way. jonathan: investigators haven't said how the two men involved knew each other. witnesses tried to help the victim, but it was too late. the united states government mourning the loss of an influential member. how justice antonin scalia is being remembered. and two local basketball teams in action on saturday. elise jesse has more on xavier and u.c. in morning sports. and citycam 5. oh, wow. talk about your valentine's day sunrise. if it was just in the shape of a heart, it would be perfect, but i imagine we can just envision that. look at the light spot of hue in the middle. that's an electric red for you
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>> justice scalia dedicated his life to the cornerstone of our democracy. the rule of law. jonathan: a loss on the supreme court. justice antonin scalia, the court's longest serving justice, died saturday. the 79-year-old was one of the court's most influential conservative members. nbc's brian moore is in the washington with the latest on justice scalia's death and how he's being remembered. reporter: outside the u.s.
staff, flowers and candles marking the passing of justice antonin scalia. president obama paid his respects from california. >> tonight, we honor his extraordinary service to our nation and remember one of the towering legal figures of our time. reporter: justice scalia was 79, the current court. still, his death at a texas rang came out warning and in the middle of a landmark court calendar, with nothing less than the boundaries of presidential power under review. his passing sets the stage for a political battle royal over his successor and the supreme court's balance of power. on a polarized bench, he was as well known for his sense of humor as his fiery dissents. the cornerstone of a conservative wing that influenced the law on the land from issues from abortion to gun ownership and free speech, not to mention obamacare. he was a firm proponent of the
intent. >> i antonin scalia do solemnly swear. reporter: the nation's first italian american justice was appointed in 1986 by president reagan. scalia was known as an unapologetic but fair conservative. >> i am not going on to the court with a list of things that i want to do. my only agenda is to be a good judge. reporter: he was confirmed unanimously, 98-0, by the senate. an unlikely scenario for his successor. jonathan: scalia death death is prompting reaction from across the country and locally. ohio senator rob portman says the country has lost an intellectual giant and an extraordinary supreme court justice. portman adds i was honored to know him and appreciated his constitutional expertise as well as his warmth and humor. kentucky senator mitch mcconnell had this to say. today, our country lost an unwavering champion of a timeless document that you nights each of us as americans. was rivalled only by the love of his family. scalia's death is sparking a heated election
fill the vacancy. we'll hear what the gop says about who should make the appointment in the next half hour. now let's talk about weather with jennifer. jennifer: a majority of us, a quiet start for sunday mork ning morning. we'll stay that way through midday. we have flurries flying. it did amp up the radar a little bit to show a band in the extreme southwest counties from owen county down to carroll, gallatin, switzerland counties maybe seeing light flurries. this band is not the main story. it will be fizzling over the next couple of hours. it tails back into activity across southern parts of indiana. light snow showers or flurries this morning. limited to our southwest counties. still expecting accumulating snowfall to arrive later this afternoon. a winter weather advisory for the region starting at noon today through 10:00 tomorrow morning.
union counties in indiana. but the rest of us, included in it, the steady snow and most of our accumulating snowfall comes down this afternoon and evening. then it tapers into snow showers that will last through the overnight into early monday morning. in place. quiet conditions at that point. the snow will move in quickly 2:00 and 3:00. we're going to see that snow build in for downtown and spread into the eastern counties past 3:00 p.m. we all have snow for the evening hours. late afternoon and early evening, then we have scattered snow showers past 10:00 and 11:00 tonight into tomorrow morning. so the morning hours, it's cloudy and cold. temperatures down around ten degrees. between noon and 4:00, snow spreads from west to east across the region. and we have concerns for slick spots and roads getting covered as well. i think they'll be treating them readily. with the snow coming down between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m., that's when we get most of our accumulation. two to three inches looks common
i think the one to two, the one is probably a little on the low end. even the white shaded counties are looking at two inches. the southern counties may see a couple of spots more than three inches. so we are expecting accumulation for everyone. most occurs between noon and 10:00 tonight. 13 degrees the current temperature. the wind chill at one for what it feels like, an east wind at nine miles an hour. satellite and radar showing this weak band of slight snow showers and flur res this morning. what we're watching right now is across missouri, over the last couple hours, heavy snow between kansas city and st. louis with move to the east. bringing us the widespread accumulating snowfall. it will continue into the evening. starts to taper for the overnight and then notice tomorrow, it's another storm system we're watching coming out of the south. with that, it brings a good amount of additional moisture wit.
storms come in from the south. we transition tomorrow for the afternoon and evening start for the system. if we end up with any accumulating snow on the northern edge of it, models are trending towards a warmer solution monday evening. it may end up being a mix to rain scenario. we'll watch the low pressure closely. we have moisture and activity monday, tuesday and wednesday. mixed potentials there monday as well as tuesday. temperatures above freezing for highs during the period. 37 wednesday for a high. once we get rid of the activity, the first half of our week, we start to quiet down and warm up. highs in the 50s. good melting there as we head into next weekend. jonathan. jonathan: xavier looking for redemption after the loss against creighton earlier in the week. could they find it on the road against butler? elise jesse has the answer in morning sports. elise: good morning. i'm elise jesse. xavier on the road for the second time this week. the first road trip at creighton didn't go well.
the muskies bounced back yesterday. the sun shining through hinkle fieldhouse, the largest crowd since the renovation a year ago. edmund sumner to macura. cutting back door for two. j.p. finishes with 13 points on the day. three and a half minutes later, trayvon blueitt drops the triple. xavier was doing what xavier does, a 10-0 run for the muskies. then it cranked up the defense. james barr with the block. the muskies off to the races. sumner, another assist to abel, who scored 12 points on the day. next, it's senior myles davis making the three-ball look easy. x led by 14 at the half and never looked back. they win it, 74-57. >> we obviously played better today and after about the first four or five minutes, i thought
our ability to defend. we didn't allow dribble penetration the last 35 minutes like we did the first five minutes. >> we pride ourselves on defense and rebounding. we did a pretty good job. weren't perfect, but a definite improvement since the creighton game. elise: the cincinnati bearcats needing a win at home yesterday. in the first half, this is how it started for the pirates. kendrel barkley, the jam. pirates down just two. the bearcats go inside to deberry, who muscles his way up for two. bearcats take the lead. the post players go inside. again, this time gary clark working against two defenders gets the hook shot to fall. the bearcats beat ecu 75-60. ellis led the way with a double-double, 16 points and 11 rebounds in the win. the bearcats struggled from beyond the arc early in the game, but obviously you can see they made up ground there. u.c. winning the rebounding battle. octavius ellis and gary clark combine for 8 of u.c.'s 21 assists. more college basketball on the way.
sending it to you. jonathan: are you looking for an escape from the cold weather? if so, you're not alone. we'll tell you about the local experts who can help you plan a getaway. a live look outside. citycam 5. the lovely, almost electric neon red in the sky. we'll call it love streak sunrise on this valentine's day.
jonathan: this cold weather has people in cincinnati looking for a warm escape. erik zarnitz has options that won't break the bank. reporter: we have plenty of sunshine but it's not warm and won't be beach weather any time soon. here are places you can go to get away. cold, ice and snow. for those squeamish about winter, this is the time of year
into overdrive. >> bor ra bor ra because it's nice and warm and the water is clear. >> cancun. right now, somewhere hot, warm and comfortable. reporter: for travel agents like debbie doll, each flake of snow and arctic outbreak causes a surge in sales. >> some of the popular destinations are typical. we have cancun and punta cana. we have destinations that we can get to quickly. reporter: plane tickets still remain highly. according to doll, there are still plenty of deals if you have the cash. >> this is high season so we're not looking at deep discounted prices, necessary. however, the availability there is. with puntacana, cancun, a
reporter: images like this make those who like fun in the snow feel jealous. if you want to take off your coat, put down the ice scraper and grab your passport, there are a couple of options for you. reporting from downtown, erik zarnitz, wlwt news 5. jonathan: thanks, eric. because of the strong u.s. currency, you'll also find this spring and summer when traveling internationally, you can stretch your dollar further. in the euro and europe, the dollar can buy 40% more than five years ago. a kings high student turned his professional disappointment into a way to help ours this weekend. there's a good thing. jack delant was supposed to be headed to mexico on a service trip this weekend. when he got home from a basketball game friday night, he couldn't find his passport. instead of going on the trip, they stood in the parking lot collecting coats for people in need. they donated more than 120 coats to the drop inn center and the
no word on whether he found the passport or not. still ahead on news 5 today, a battle brewing over the future of the supreme court. how the death of justice antonin scalia has set off a chain reaction of debate among and politicians. less expected is that kind of gorgeous color spreading across our early morning sky. a field of deep red for valentine's day. you can just shape it into a heart and it's absolutely
jonathan: now on news 5 today, a final good-bye for reds clubhouse manager bernie stowe. richard: fleet services are on the road to keep you moving as the winter weather event heads into the tri-state. jonathan: a aaa rating on the sunrise. it's also bringing cold temperatures and snow. meteorologist jennifer schack will give you the details. it's sunday, february 14, 2016.
jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today. thanks for joining us on this sunday morning, valentine's day. i'm jonathan hawgood. this is meteorologist jennifer schack. we have red on. citycam 5 has been kind enough to go along with the theme. oh, my goodness. jennifer: gorgeous. we're losing some of the clear skies. you could see quite a bit of clear sky before the clouds move west to east. jonathan: you're thinging about snow. i'm thinking about bubbling color. looks like a blood red heart on this valentine's day. i guess the sun's about to make an appearance. could be doing it right now if the light goes from reddish tint to white. here it comes over the horizon. jennifer: this is going to be the only sun you're seeing today. clouds and snow. they build in quickly. this morning, it's mainly cloud cover. we have flurries in the extreme southwest counties.
we wait until this afternoon to see accumulating snow. anything flying this morning shouldn't cause a problem. only southwest counties, carroll, gallatin. the rest will be completely fine between now and noon, probably even 1:00 this afternoon. here's a wider view. see some of the light snow showers, building across indiana, tailing into the southwest counties. not too much to be concerned about. it's the accumulating snowfall this afternoon pushing in our way, past the noon to 1:00 hour. i think we'll start to see it invade western counties, spread during the afternoon. we'll see steady, light to at times moderate snowfall for all of us during the late afternoon and early evening. it tapers into snow showers into late evening and overnight time period. the timing for the heaviest snow bands, the heart of the tri-state, between 3:00 and 8:00 p.m.
we'll talk about how much snow we're expecting and what it means for your commute. . jonathan: we may have a few hours before the snow moves in. road crews are preparing. they say so should you. richard chiles is live downtown with tips from aaa. richard: good morning. you talk about the preparation ahead of time. zach westfall from aaa, you're just a phone call away from members, providing amazing services. more importantly to me, peace of mind. my daughter's out, she's 19. driving for the first time, aaa membership means all these fleet services guys available to her whatever she needs. pull her out of a ditch. you do it all. >> she's a phone call away. we have a smart phone app. you can place it online as well. richard: jason sperry is getting a shot of the road side assistance vehicles you have.
batteries, wiper fluid, de-ice. during a winter event, you can take care of most minor roadside emergencies on the spot? >> 95% of the time, we can get the vehicles going. the few times we're not able to, we can get them repaired. richard: the tow trucks, you do the option between the standard tow, flatbed. most importantly, peace of mind for a driver when a member services makes that phone call. again, they can get you right back on the road, get you up, get you going. it's one of the things that certainly makes this very worthwhile, i'm sure. zach, anything for members getting out, making sure that they have with them. what's important for me to carry with me. >> a blanket, anything to keep you warm. traction supplies, salt, cat litter, shovel to help dig yourself out. if you have kids with you, something to keep the kids
richard: jennifer schack has promised one to three inches coming. zach with member services, making sure drivers are safe. make sure you're prepared for this winter event. reporting live, richard chiles, wlwt news 5. jonathan: richard, thanks. wlwt news 5 is leading the way on this winter weather. the forecast as well as get severe weather alerts sent right to your mobile device. happening today, the reds community will say good-bye to long-time clubhouse manager bernie stowe. he died tuesday at the age of 80. his visitation takes place from 3:00 to 7:00 today at elder high school. his burial is tomorrow morning at 9:30 at the holy family church on west eighth street. look the big hug from johnny bench. stowe joined the reds in 1947. kroger is also creating a public tribute to stowe during the daytona 500. the reds tweeted this photo of
stowe. an election year battle brewing over the future of the supreme court. from the white house to capitol hill to the campaign trail, the death of justice antonin scalia is setting off debate over who should nominate his replacement. wlwt news 5's aixa diaz reports from the washington bureau. reporter: president obama says she'll nominate justice scalia's successor in due time, but getting the person confirmed will be an uphill battle. >> there will be plenty of time for me to do so and for the senate to fulfill its responsibility to give that person a fair hearing and a timely vote. can't datz weighed in. >> i think it's up to mitch mcconnell and others to stop it. delay, delay, delay. >> we ought to let the next president of the united states decide who is going to run the supreme court. >> we should be thinking about how can we create healing in the land. >> we need to put people on the bench who understand the constitution is not a living and
originally meant. >> the next president needs to appoint someone with a proven conservative record, similar to justice scalia. >> the senate needs to stand strong and say we're not going to give up the u.s. supreme court for a generation. reporter: hillary clinton says republicans have pledged to block whoever the president nominates is outrageous. bernie sanders, who serves in the senate, says let's get on it with and vote on a nominee. jonathan: going to be a hot topic for a long time to come. ohio's democratic party says hillary clinton and bernie sanders will speak at the legacy dinner in march. it's planned for march 13 at the columbus convention center, the weekend before ohio's primary election. early voting for ohio's primary starts next wednesday. today on "meet the press," chuck todd discusses the importance of south carolina and the battle there for each candidate, especially ohio's governor john kasich. >> john kasich needs to raise a bunch of money. he needs to hope the money comes
south carolina. ideally, i think he'd love to figure out a way to say i'm going to skip south carolina and focus on michigan, ohio, illinois, a bunch of states on march 15. his problem is he can't afford to wait that long. jonathan: catch "meet the press" at 10:00. after that is "matter of fact" at 11:00. a university remembering one of its own after three are shot. more about the person in custody
jonathan: welcome back. the suspect in the shooting of three college students in florida has turned himself in. police say one bethune-cookman university student was killed in the shooting in daytona beach. two others were injured. one in critical condition. investigators say lamont postal, junior, shot them after a fight at a party. he's facing murder and attempted murder charges. the school held a candlelight vigil for the dead student. one man is behind bars after he
columbia township. officials tried to stop a car that had a fake license plate. the driver, dante dorsey, led police on a chase. he fled on foot after crashing. he was eventually taken into custody. his passenger, rashawn king, surrendered and was eventually released. dorsey had three active felony warrants and was charged with failure to comply, fictitious license plates and no driver's license. rick pitino speaking about the scandal rocking his team and his future with the program. we have the latest in morning sports. first, another chance to get a furry valentine. the animals up for adoption today including that cute little white-nosed frosted dog. big old dog too. you'll love him. we'll introduce you coming up. jennifer: flurries trying to slide in. the main story developing out
. jennifer: welcome back. quiet conditions for most of us this morning. we go through the morning and into midday. most of us will stay dry. the exception is the extreme southwest counties. amped up the radar to show some flurries and light snow showers flying for gallatin and carroll county. this is light. this is not the main event that we're talking about for the afternoon and evening. you can see some development during the night across portions of indiana, tailing back into our region. the main snow for us is developing across missouri and will arrive during the afternoon and evening. we have a winter weather advisory that begins at noon today for the entire region. it will last until 10:00 tomorrow morning president exception, fayette and commune counties. not officially in the advisory, but we're expecting accumulating snowfall for you as well.
evening. overnight, snow showers expected. most accumulation will come down during the steady snow showers today. then we'll have minor additional accumulation during the overnight. here's the futurecast at noon today. most of us are still dry. i do think that snow is hitting us in the western counties, getting ready to by noon and 1:00. it overspreads by 2:00 to 3:00 downtown, moves in quickly from west to east. all with snow by 4:00 and 5:00 p.m. most steady and light snow, moderate bands will mix in. as we head to 10:00 tonight, it's scattered showers. they persist into monday morning's commute. a lot of schools off tomorrow, for president's day, which is nice. i do think we'll deal with snow concerns early tomorrow morning. as well as late this afternoon and early evening. accumulating snowfall. the main time frame for downtown, about 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. slick spots on roadways. temperatures in the mid 20s. between noon and 4:00, it's
expecting two to three inches, a couple of isolated spots may see three inches. most, we're looking at two to three. if year not going to see two, it's going to be close to it. we're not going to see half inch or one inch totals out of this. we should see a couple of inches. an east wind at eight miles an hour. the wind chill not better than yesterday morning. it only feels like three degrees this morning. satellite and radar showing light snow showers already. but then note the heavier snow that's developing in missouri our direction this afternoon. it spreads in today, not just locally but we're expecting snow from chicago to southern kentucky. there's a winter storm warning for central and southern kentucky expecting four and five inch totals. widespread snow later today. monday, we talked about the storm coming from the south. moisture as well as warm air with it. so still watching the exact path
it's trended more towards a warmer solution for us, which would mean rain as well as a mix for monday's forecast. most of that moisture again reserved for the extreme southeast counties monday evening and overnight. watching the path of the low pressure to confirm the wintry mix potential. we also have a chance for that late for tuesday as well. it will be touch and go to watch for monday and tuesday, where we end up on the warm side. temperatures for highs both days should make it above freezing. flurries wednesday as well. we get rid of the active first part of the work week. light rain showers friday night. we'll disregard that and think about the 58 friday and low 50s saturday and next weekend. jonathan: every sunday, we show off the tri-state's stray animals ready to go to good homes. with me, debbie and bob with the stray animal adoption program. let's start with carlos cat nip.
he is a maine coon mix. we've been fofostering. he's a little shyatt first. when he gives you his heart, he's a buddy. he's got huge eyes. jonathan: big, green eyes. >> he's a lap warmer, a head bopper. he leans into you. he'll sit with you while you read or watch tv. jonathan: he's a substantial cat. >> i wish you could see the tail. he's got it tucked right now, but it's beautiful. jonathan: that is amazing. how could you hide that, carlos? i'd be showing that everywhere. >> he is a great, great cat. low maintenance, just a lover boy. jonathan: good looking. >> he'll be at my furry valentine today. jonathan: all day? >> until he's adopted. get out there and get your new best friend.
>> i've got a big lover boy. for a family that wants a large sized family dog, fink is a year and a half old. he's a border collie mixed with something large. he's smart and active. he'll do well with an active home that gives himself exercise. he'd love to have a fenced yard and another dog. he's one and a half years old. he's house broken, crate trained. he does well with kids. he's the perfect dog looking for a perfect home. if you want a lazy lump, this isn't your guy. he's border collie. he's smart and active. look at that paw. he's as sweet as can be. he'll be at one of our regular venues, saap station. over in highland heights, 11:00 to 3:00. he'll be there with other dogs. another highlight of the thing is there's a lot going on today. any pet enthusiast, this is your
the my furry valentine event, you're helping to drive that, is one of the big -- >> it's a big venture. close to 300 adoptions yesterday. with dogs and cats, over 300. but that's up at the sharonville convention center. jonathan: where you going, fink? >> he's ready to go. it's 11:00 to 5:00, give us a call. i'll get you to the right place. jonathan: if you'd like more information about saap or adopting pets call 859-391-1234 or logon to wlwt.com and click on the as seen on section. here's sports. elise: good morning. friday afternoon, louisville head coach rick pitino addressed the media about his future. he was not shy about saying he wouldn't put up a fight if louisville ever asked him to pack his bags. >> everything is about louisville. everything is about we put the university first. we put the city first. not the coach on the back, not
just about louisville 37. when there comes a day, and i don't know where it is, when my coaching does not put louisville first, that's when i leave. it won't be based on anything other than that. time. but sometimes i don't make those elise: as for the game saturday, the cardinals were on the road, second half, cards down one. damien lee, the drive. nice dish to raymond spaulding for two. louisville with the one-point lead here. notre dame had the answer. the three from the wing is good as they hold on for the win and upset 13th ranked louisville, 71-66. second ranked kentucky on the road saturday with south carolina. john calipari getting into it with the refs early. gets two technicals within the i'm laughing because that's funny. he gets kicked out of the game. jamal murry comes up with the steal. they'll take it the other way for the dunk. the cats win big, 89-62.
rutgers in a big ten showdown. the first half, diop drives the lane, goes up for the layup. the buckeyes with the two-point lead. more from ohio state. jay shawn tate with the three from the top of the key. osu goes up seven points. the three from the corner is good. buckeyes go up 14, diop finishes with a double-double of 24 points and 14 rebounds as the buckeyes win it, 79-69. so u.c. gets a home win over ecu and xavier gets a road win over butler. that's it for me. we'll send it to you, jonathan. jonathan: after the break, a final check of the top stories of the morning and the
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23-year-old derrick johnson saturday morning. johnson was found in a car that crashed into a pole in the 3200 block of tulsa court. he died at the scene. the rabbit hash general store in boone county is a total loss after a late night fire. the building dated back to 1831 and was closed at the time of the fire. in fact, someone passing saw the flames, called the fire department. when firefighters arrived, flames were shooting out of the front and the roof of the building. it was eventually collapsed. officials say the icy conditions and all the merchandise in the store made the fire hard to put out. they did save the sign. cincinnati road crews are already on 12-hour shifts, working to prevent slick roads ahead of today's storm. the city says crews are focusing on areas prone to freezing. additional teams are reporting today to prepare for the snowfall which is coming. they say they're prepared to stay on duty around the clock through the monday morning commute. road crews say please use off-street parking if you can and leave plows room to work if you're driving. you think the majority of the snow is coming in the afternoon.
will be steady for a couple of hours for all of us. then tapers to snow showers tonight. minimal additional accumulation for the night. here's a look at radar. flurries flying this morning. the southwest counties. these are not a problem. note the heavier snow across missouri. it will continue to expand and slide east into our direction this afternoon. between now and noon or 1:00, most cleat ompletely dry. then the snowfall, two to three inches. by the time it's done tomorrow morning, though most of it falls today, we'll be around two inches for the extreme northwest counties. jonathan: can we see the video from the sunrise. jennifer: the red-hued valentine's sunrise. jonathan: we brought it to you live.
ahead. good morning. remembering antonin scalia. >> for almost 30 years, justice antonin nino scalia was a larger than life president on the bench. >> the conservative supreme court justice dead at the age of 79. his passing setting up a political fight over which president will nominate his replacement. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor in due time. >> republicans pushing back, arguing it is a job for the next president. the issue front and center on