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rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams. a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 am. as temperatures fell overnight and scattered light snow showers continued we do look at isolated slick spots especially on side and secondary roads outside of our city centers. i do not expect any major accumulation this morning just scattered light snow showers tapering by early afternoon. now the cold air centers in his temperatures will only reach 20 today for a high with windchill factors tonight below zero. a high of only 22 thursday with a suncloud max and a few more snow showers scattered on friday. the deep-freeze continues into the weekend with highs in the upper teens to low 20s but staying mainly dry. our next chance of snow could be on monday were watching that system closely. carstar cincinnati city
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snow crews are operating on continuous shifts to treat, clear and maintain roadways affected by the ongoing snow event. crews continue to actively pretreat in anticipation of any refreeze or minor accumulation expected overnight. all primary and residential routes were pretreated. city crews are responsible for clearing and maintaining more than 3,112 lane miles of roadway within city limits. breaking now "we're going to take a deep breath, see what the final results are" "so we want to see exactly what happens. the final results are" "so we want to see exactly what happens. so we're going to go home to new jersey to wait" breaking now... presidential hopeful governor chris christie will return home to new jersey today... he says he's going to see what the final results of the new hampshire primary.. before deciding whether to continue campaigning. we've got much more on the new hampshire primary ahead at 5:30... including a breakdown of the results... we'll also hear from the winners on both sides... as
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governor john kasich, who came in second... and we'll look ahead to what's next in the race to the white house. all of this is coming up in our next half hour. new this morning new this morning... we now know the names of two burglary suspects, who were arrested after a brief chase in blue ash late last night. rob dblbx our jessica brown joins us live from the jail with the new information. willliam lawrence and samuel sims are both waking up here this morning at the hamilton county jail this morning. here are there mug shots we just got in.the two are both charged with burglary and obstructing official business, felonious assault on a police officer and assault on a police k9. the incident happened around 8:30 last night in the 5 thousand block of cook avenue . blue ash police say they were responding to a burglary in progress.
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running form the scene..that's when he yelled for them to stop but the two took off on foot. a chase ensued and a short time later police arrested one of the suspects and took him into custody. the second suspect was caught by a k-9 to recover stolen suspects involved. let you know on fox19now.com vo the number of cases of the zika grow- with ohio and indiana. now, there's a new outbreak-- but this time, it's political. a bipartisan group of lawmakers on capitol hill is taking action... but while democrats want to approve president obama's nearly two-billion-dollars in emergency funding, republicans say there doesn't need to be any new funding to fight the mosquito borne illness. "we're all quite concerned about it. hope we'll be able to get on top of this and not have another situation like we had with ebola." "this should not be a political issue. we can act together to fund these important priorities for the american people and
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message that we're sending to the rest of the world." republicans have hearing for tomorrow to discuss options to fight zika. kentucky's attorney general teaming up to promote a series of statewide training sessions aimed at combating child sexual abuse. attorney general andy beshear and first lady glenna bevin say the training sessions will be geared toward law enforcement, prosecutors, social workers, community advocates, parents and educators. the topics will include looking at ways sexual predators try to approach children. happening today happening today... hundreds of ohioans are expected to rally for a national day of action, demanding that senator rob portman protect our parks. council member chris seelbach will join local hunters and fishers at the cincinnati zoo at 10 o'clock today. they'll call on senator portman to defend national, state and local parks from attacks in congress.
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mcdonald's happy meal bought 6 years ago... has not gone bad! we'll show you the photos, still ahead. plus... four people are still inside a national wildlife refuge, including an ohio native... what they's saying about the protest. fox19 welcome back to
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you're looking live at downtown cincinnati at downtown cincinnati michigan governor rick snyder says he will propose an additional 195- million dollars in state spending to address flint's water emergency. that includes $25- million to potentially replace lead-contaminated pipes.
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call for a separate $165-million to fund infrastructure needs across the state, including upgrades to old water pipes, natural gas lines and wastewater treatment facilities. it's day 40 of the occupation of the wildlife refuge center in oregon. four people are still holding out - and posting videos about their protest. david fry of blanchester says electricity to the compound has been cut and they're now using generators. he also claims the f-b-i took away their smartphones.. providing them only with a flip phone. "they try to use mind games they've taken away speaker phone i think as part of those mind games" "they took away as much as they could but right now i'm sure they're trying to crack down on it, i heard they're trying to take some other stuff of mine and uh you know that's what they do" the demands by the remaining occupiers: drop all charges against them, release the hammonds as well as ammon bundy and the other jailed occupiers.
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a missouri state trooper, saving a woman from a burning vehicle. the trooper arrived to the crash, and spotted the flames. he immediately ran to the vehicle and the woman to safety with the person. the woman suffered serious injuries. police say another driver caused the crash- he has since been arrested. the first full trailer for "fuller house" is now out.. we've got it for you, straight ahead. many couples spend a lot of money on valentine's day -- so which items are the biggest rip-offs? what you should expect to pay.. next.
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could re above an enormous pig shows up to a polling station in pelham, new hampshire. police say the animal weighed
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hundred pounds. it made its way to a high school, where residents of pelham were parking as they went to cast their ballots. police say the pig belongs to a local farmer, who came and retrieved the animal. it's not clear for which candidate the pig was trying to vote.... adlib 4shot frank marzullo joining us now with a look at your forecast
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advisory remains in effect until 10 am. as temperatures fell overnight and scattered light snow showers continued we do look at isolated slick spots especially on side and secondary roads outside of do not expect any morning just tapering by early centers in his only reach 20 today for a high below zero. thursday with a showers scattered continues into the
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staying mainly dry. our next chance of snow could be on monday were watching that system closely. carstar traffic
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carstar traffic cincinnati city snow crews are operating on continuous shifts to treat, clear and maintain roadways affected by the ongoing snow event. crews continue to actively pretreat in anticipation of any refreeze or minor accumulation expected overnight. all primary and residential routes were pretreated. city crews are responsible for clearing and maintaining more than 3,112 lane miles of roadway within city limits. snow and cold temperatures prompted some delays... even some closures.. for schools today. rob dblbx our jordan vilines is live in camp washington with how conditions are right now. city snow crews are working all day-and-night to clear snow/ice from roadways. a winter weather advisory was issued for monday at 6 p.m. until wednesday at 6 a.m. crews are operating on 12- hour shifts, with the most recent crew starting at 7 p.m. tuesday and the next shift starting at 7 a.m. wednesday as of this release, dps has 58 vehicles on the road fighting this storm. 100% of primary
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have been pretreated. crews continue to actively pretreat in anticipation of any refreeze or minor accumulation expected overnight. road status: " 100% of primary routes and 100% of residential routes have been treated. " crews continue to actively pretreat in anticipation of any refreeze or minor accumulation expected overnight. " all primary and residential routes were pretreated. " city crews are responsible for clearing and maintaining more than 3,112 lane miles of roadway within city limits. love is in the air... valentine's day is on and you could end up paying more than ever this year. prices surge for romantic dinners and hotel rooms. people have a three-day weekend
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day... you should expect some costs to go up even more. "in some ways it's nice because a lot of people will have monday off. but if you're planning to do a getaway this weekend, it will be extremely expensive because hotels know they can jack up the prices" if you want to save money... send flowers a few days early... or a few days late. florists say because there's such a high demand on just one day, it puts a huge strain on the supply chain.. wholesale prices go up, and that cost is passed on to customers. nats "please sit down we're gonna have a little talk. you guys did your share for us. i'm clearing my schedule and i'm moving in with my sister. steph. you need me right now. and you need me. i'm moving in too. kimmy you do not need to do this. i agree with dj you do not need to do this" netflix has released a full trailer for "fuller the whole gang is michelle, played by mary kate and the long-awaited house" premieres
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an alaskan woman claims that a mcdonald's happy meal that she bought over six years ago still shows no signs of being rotted, molded or decomposed. the woman says she bought the happy meal on january 8, 2010 as part of an experiment to show her patients how they should choose "real food." she says the food only smelled of cardboard.. and claims the box may rot before the food does. as you can see.. the french fries and chicken nuggets do appear to be intact. on mcdonald's website's faqs section, they've addressed the issue of its food not rotting, explaining: "you might have seen experiments which seem to show no decomposition in our food. most likely, this is because the food has dehydrated before any visible deterioration could occur." lousiville's basketball program is taking matters into its own hands with a post-season ban. but was that the right thing to do? joe danneman breaks down the decision in your morning wake up
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pkg there used to be a group of guys from here at the station who played in a thursday night rec league. we stunk. but... we won some games. never enough to make the playoffs. except once - and i couldn't wait. then - a snow storm hit. game canceled and couldn't be made up. crushing. seriously - i'm still talking about it. so - think about louisville. the basketball program messes up years ago... and to show the ncaa they can handle this themselves... themselves from tell me how that's guys who louisville for their big dance... guys who are clean of what wrong. what it is - is cowardly. the school is punishing the innocent to protect the guilty. and my take isn't unique - i know that. so... what's the solution? fines? fine. people lose jobs? sure - if they deserve to. but... don't take tournament basketball away
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wrong. the program did. and it's wrong the program thinks this punishment is right. i'm joe danneman - and that's your morning wake up call. do you know who is in your home spending time with your kids... and taking care of them? a disturbing trend shows that certain caregivers introduced to children... may be to blame for a violent spike. in fact... we found evidence that violence linked to this group was studied as far back as 1992. at children's hospital... an overwhelming number of child abuse cases... involve this one certain group of caregivers. "i blamed myself for a while, but now i understand that i couldn't control it. i wish i could go back in time." so, who are these people causing so much harm to families? tonight at 10... our ben katko dives into a growing problem... that's happening right
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we've got a breakdown of the results from the new hampshire primary.. plus we're hearing from the presidential hopefuls. a live look downtown at the saint peter in chains cathedral on this ash wednesday... more on how the tri-state will be observing lent, coming up. and don't forget to check out american idol tonight... twelve of the top 24 perform in hopes of earning a spot... it starts at 8 o'clock only right here on fox19 now. kara 2 shot good morning -- it's
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rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams... let's get our first look at the forecast with meteorologist frank marzullo. a winter weather advisory remains in
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as temperatures fell overnight and scattered light snow showers continued we do look at isolated slick spots especially on side and secondary roads outside of our city centers. i do not expect any major accumulation this morning just scattered light snow showers tapering by early afternoon. now the cold air centers in his temperatures will only reach 20 today for a high with windchill factors tonight below zero. a high of only 22 thursday with a suncloud max and a few more snow showers scattered on friday. the deep-freeze continues into the weekend with highs in the upper teens to low 20s but staying mainly dry. our next chance of snow could be on monday were watching that system closely. carstar
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operating on maintain roadways event. anticipation of any expected residential routes city crews are maintaining more of roadway within city limits.
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the new hampshire primary... the votes are still being counted in the new hampshire primary... but winners have been declared. let's take a look results... donald trump of the votes... ohio governor john kasich in a distant second place. texas senator ted cruz got 12- percent of the votes... followed by jeb bush with 11- percent. "at a time when clearly change is in the air, maybe just maybe we are turning the page on a dark part of american politics. because tonight, the light overcame the darkness of negative campaigning." "we are going to make america so great again, maybe greater than ever before. i love you all, thank you, new
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on the democratic side.. vermont senator bernie sanders clearly winning with 60-percent of the vote... compared to hillary clinton's 38-percent... a very different outcome after the former of secretary of state's narrow win in iowa. "it is just too late for the same old, same old establishment politics and establishment economics, the people want real change." "i know i have some work to do particularly with young people but i will repeat again, even if they are not supporting me now, i support them." so what's next? south carolina is the site of the next republican primary... on saturday february 20th. that same day, nevada will hold its democratic primary. new this morning new this morning...a woman accused of hitting and killing a
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anderson township is indicted by a grand jury. prosecutors say melinda woodall was high on drugs when she hit michael prater with her car, then drove off last month. drug tests are still pending. woodall could be arraigned on several charges, including aggravated vehicular homicide later this morning. reds the reds are mourning the death of long-time equipment manager bernie stowe this morning. stowe worked for the reds for 67 years before retiring in 2014. former reds pitcher tom browning calls stowe a reds icon and hall of famer joe morgan credits stowe will helping the big red machine win back-to-back championships. bernie stowe was 80-years old. happening today happening today.. christians around the world begin observing the 40 days of lent. our dan wells is live downtown with details on ash wednesday. many christians around the world begin observances of lent today.
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lent period that in the western church lasts until midnight on easter sunday. during that time, many believers will give up something, such as their favorite food or pleasurable activities. that's done in remembrance of jesus' fasting in the wilderness. another custom for christians during lent is taking up acts of charity. the observance of lent dates back to the fourth century. happening today a vigil is planned for ash
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support of immigrants. local community organizations will come together for a vigil today, from 12 p-m to 1 p-m, to ask the department of homeland security to stop targeting families... and to show support for local immigrants. they'll meet at the southeast corner of 5th and main street across from federal building. and c-v-g is hosting a career fair today at its new corporate headquarters on comair boulevard. the event goes from 1 to 4. 26 c-v-g employers are looking to fill 350 open positions in a variety of areas.. including catering, maintenance, customer service and hospitality. how to protect your children from having their identities stolen.. next. plus... a check of your chilly wednesday morning forecast. "fox19 now never stops. take us with you wherever you go. download the fox 19 weather now app for live street level radar in your neighborhood. and lightning tracker lightning is detected weather now in the app
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a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 am. as temperatures fell overnight and scattered light snow showers continued we do look at isolated slick spots especially on side and secondary roads outside of our city centers. i do not expect any major accumulation this morning just scattered light snow showers tapering by early afternoon. now the cold air centers in his temperatures will only reach 20 today for a high with windchill factors tonight below zero. a high of only 22 thursday with a suncloud max and a few more snow showers scattered on friday. the deep-freeze continues into the weekend with highs in the upper teens staying mainly dry. monday were carstar snow crews are
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continuous shifts to treat, clear and maintain roadways affected by the ongoing snow event. crews continue to actively pretreat in anticipation of any refreeze or minor accumulation expected overnight. all primary and residential routes were pretreated. city crews are responsible for clearing and maintaining more than 3,112 lane miles of roadway within city limits. identity theft is becoming all too common... becoming all too common... and now... the bad guys are even targeting kids' i-d's. nathan bachrach has tips on what you need to watch for, so your child doesn't become a victim. the idea of someone stealing your social security
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identity is sickening enough. now imagine it happening to your kids! experts say kids' social security numbers are the most prized, because thieves know their credit records are perfect and won't be checked for years. all too oftenyoung people only discover their credit was ruined--when they apply for college loans and scholarships. and this is happening more often now, thanks to database breaches at health insurers and schools. so what can parents do? well, keep an eye out for signs of fraud: things like debt collection notices or pre-approved credit card offers in your child's name. or insurance notices for treatments your child did not receive! another good ideacheck to see if your kids have credit reports. most should not. the simply money point: the three big bureaus-- equifax, experian and transunion--allow parents to check this at no cost. for fox 19 now and simply money, i'm
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about the super bowl halftime show... why a protest is now in the works, next. and a live look at the salt pile in camp washington... we'll check in with our jordan vilines for details on how crews are clearing the roads, ahead in a live report. "a lot better than the snow two weeks ago, i'll
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a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 am. as temperatures fell overnight and scattered light snow showers continued we do look at isolated slick spots especially on side and secondary roads outside of our city centers. i do not expect any major accumulation this morning just scattered light snow showers tapering by early afternoon. now the cold air centers in his temperatures will only reach 20 today for a high with windchill factors tonight below zero. a high of only 22 thursday with a suncloud max and a few more snow showers scattered on friday. the deep-freeze continues into the weekend with highs in the upper teens to low 20s but staying mainly dry. our next chance of snow could be on monday were watching that system closely. carstar cincinnati city snow crews are operating on continuous shifts snow crews are operating on continuous shifts to treat, clear and maintain roadways affected by the ongoing snow event. crews continue to actively pretreat in anticipation of any refreeze or minor accumulation expected overnight. all primary and residential routes were pretreated. city crews are responsible for clearing and maintaining more than 3,112 lane miles of roadway within city limits. crews have been working around the clock to clear crews have been working around the clock to clear the roads... and now they're working to keep them that way... kara dblbx our jordan vilines is live in camp washington with all the details. city snow crews are working all day-and-night to clear snow/ice from roadways. a winter weather advisory was issued for monday at 6 p.m. until wednesday at 6 a.m. crews are operating on 12- hour shifts, with the most recent crew starting at 7 p.m. tuesday and the next shift
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as of this release, dps has 58 vehicles on the road fighting this storm. 100% of primary routes and 100% of residential routes have been pretreated. crews continue to actively pretreat in anticipation of any refreeze or minor accumulation expected overnight. road status: " 100% of primary routes and 100% of residential routes have been treated. " crews continue to actively pretreat in anticipation of any refreeze or minor accumulation expected overnight. " all primary and residential routes were pretreated. " city crews are responsible for clearing and maintaining more than 3,112 lane miles of roadway within city limits. the denver broncos wrapped up their season with thousands of fans super bowl victory. nats parade
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downtown denver.. featuring players, officials and family members... everyone then made their way to a park for a rally. the broncos defeated the carolina panthers 24 to 10 in super bowl 50. many were shocked by the post-game interview from the panthers quarterback. cam newton seemed to be pouting.. and suddenly then got up and walked out. while cleaning out his locker yesterday, he told reporters he's "human." "i've been on record to say i'm a sore loser. who likes to lose? you show me a good loser and i'm going to show you a loser. it's not a popularity contest. i'm here to win football games.'' beyonc haters are ready to get in formation. a group is now planning to protest the singer outside of the n-f-l headquarters in manhattan on tuesday, the same day tickets for her world tour go on sale. former mayor rudy giuliani is among those criticizing beyonce for being
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halftime performance at sunday's super bowl. the rally's organizer is calling the singer's show "hate speech" and "racism" because of its references to the black lives matter. now.. 50-dollar speedway keep watching for live cam downtown your weather and traffic is next stay with us fox19 now is once again teaming up with saint jude children's research hospital for the annual dream home giveaway. tickets will be going on sale soon so stick with fox19 now for updates. wx animation
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effect until 10 am. as temperatures fell overnight and scattered light snow showers continued we do look at isolated slick spots especially on side and secondary roads outside of our city centers. i do not expect any major accumulation this morning just scattered light snow showers tapering by early afternoon. now the cold air centers in his temperatures will only reach 20 today for a high with windchill factors tonight below zero. a high of only 22 thursday with a suncloud max and a few more snow showers scattered on friday. the deep-freeze continues into the weekend with highs in the upper teens to low 20s but staying mainly dry. our next chance of snow could be on monday were watching that system closely. cincinnati city
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continuous shifts operating on continuous shifts to treat, clear and maintain roadways affected by the ongoing snow event.
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pulls a woman from a burning vehicle. watch as the trooper pulls up to the scene of a car crash...you can see the car already smoking. he immediately runs in, gets the driver and carries her to safety. just in time....as the vehicle bursts into flames moments afterwards. the women came away with serious injuries, but is expected to survive. another scary scene caught on camera in california... watch as this gas station awning...collapses on several cars. as you can see the damage it left...pretty significant. but amazingly, nobody was seriously hurt. chipotle's promotion for a free burrito on monday...went horribly wrong for one person. customers were supposed to text 888-222 for the burrito, but quite a few people accidentally added an extra 2. the result? a maryland man with that number, was
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texts. take a look....this is his phone, more than 100 texts in less than an hour. the man tried to ignore the so many people for free food, they he responded. the promotion has says he's still hoping for that free burrito. rob 2shot bernie sanders came away with the win in new hampshire...but its the thing he did before the results came in, that has a lot of people talking. kara vo and a teacher in indian hill honored last night. hear the story of how he saved one of his students, next. we see this as an opportunity for all of
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than our own lives the results from in...and donald trump took the win. but it's a big surge candidates, that has people talking. kara vo information about a chase in blue ash. suspects...and why from police, in a live report. which is to say the engaging with citizens and we observed what we call de-policing." after a year of riots, protests and enforcement... a new study shows how the backlash has affected crime rates. kara 2shot good morning everyone... i'm kara sewell. rob 2shot and i'm rob williams. we want to get a check of your forecast with frank marzullo.
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