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we still have an hour to go... but first we want to check your forecast. weather now we will start out this morning with areas of dense fog that will reduce visibilities less than a quarter of mile. then a warm day with a chance of showers and even a rumble of thunder by early afternoon into the evening. a high of 68 degrees. tonight rain chances will taper with a overnight low 54. tuesday will be warm and breezy with sunshine mixed with some clouds at times a high of 73 degrees. we will watch for the chance of strong or severe storms late tuesday evening into tuesday night as a front will push through cooling us off to more normal like temps back in the mid 50s for the end of the week but dry. tuesday nights storms could give us damaging wind and lightning . frank cam
event info the name of the program: salamander adventure - " won 2nd place in the environmental & interpretive category from ohio parks and recreation association program description: " in the spring, on a warm, wet evening, salamanders at metropark begin to sometime between the last week of january and the end of march. people can sign up to watch the migrating salamanders and learn more about this species. they are migrating now. " the program is free. pre- registration required. go to metroparks website www.yourmetropa rks.net to sign up. " registrants will be contacted by email regarding the exact date and time
opportunity to see the salamander migration. " program days are sun, mon., tue., wed., thu., fri., sat. jan. 29-apr. 1, 8:30- 10:00 pm indian creek mayer shelter 6500 springfield rd., oxford, oh 45056 " this is a very popular annual program and slots fill quickly - salamander bullet points " what is an amphibian? amphi means dual, 2 and bios means life so an amphibian generally spends its life in 2 different habitats, water and land. there are exceptions to this rule though. " examples of 2 salamanders that are found at metroparks of butler county: spotted salamander and red backed salamander " characteristics of adult salamanders: 2 front and 2 back legs, smooth, moist, naked skin with no scales, feathers or fur, toes with no claws, cold blooded ecto-thermic , nocturnal, voiceless, hibernates during winter, and many
lost body parts. " while salamander is on land, its skin has glands that produce mucous to prevent from drying out. this is very important especially for the lungless salamanders who breathe oxygen through their skin. " show red backed salamander. it has 2 phases, red back and grey phase and can be found together. terrestrial but near water. lays eggs under leaves, logs with parental care. lungless. " show spotted salamander. migrate in early spring to vernal ponds with no fish. with jelly protection. algae eggs which helps camouflage and has a symbiotic relationship. photosynthesis produces oxygen needed by eggs and larvae which give off carbon dioxide used by the algae. external and featherlike near head while during young stage. they are absorbed and when change into the pond water. vernal pools body of water that summer forest ponds must preserved for these beautiful and important animals. they control insects in all stages of their lives, such as mosquitoes. " besides being an important part of the food chain, salamanders are an environmental indicator for the health of their habitat and therefore our environment, too. vo still to come... we're on the verge of another super tuesday. we'll have more on the political landscape, just
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with 51% while bernie sanders has 46% new this morning new this morning... cincinnati police victim of the city's latest homicide. investigators say 21-year-old tra- zone mahaffey was avondale we're told he was on burnet avenue, near northern. no arrests have been made at this time. also new this morning... a man wanted by the hamilton county sheriff's office, is behind bars in arizona. u-s marshals say 27-year-old john noe was located and arrested in phoenix after a tip from local officers. noe is accused of raping a young girl in colerain township in october. we're told he will soon be extradited back to cincinnati. medical marijuana will remain illegal in ohio... for now. a group hoping to legalize it got their petition to get it on november's ballot denied by attorney general mike
dewine said he didn't see "ohioans for medical marijuana's" proposal as fair or problem spots included the number of growing users would be considered impaired i will continue to follow breaking bring you the latest information our website fox19 now-dot-com. right now, let's send it back to frank you decide 2016 with contests over the weekend doing little to settle the tumultuous race for the white house, the focus is super tuesday. big primaries tomorrow could make all the difference. fox news correspondent doug luzader has more from washington. on cam intro of all the contests tomorrow, it's the big winner-take-all states in ohio and
and if the polls are correct, donald trump is in a very good position to win in florida, ohio governor john kasich could very well win ohio, and if this winds up being a split decision in those two states, this contest could go on and on... trump says "..this is my second home. i love florida." cheers donald trump trying to sell his "sunshine state" credentials at a rally there last night. no major incidents like we saw at a trump rally in cleveland on saturday or chicago in friday. and in florida, trump is in a good position to win. rubio said "..we're working hard because what's at stake here is the future of america." tough times for home state senator marco rubio, who was using a bullhorn in orlando, scrambling to build last-minute support for a come-from-behind win. the real battleground, though, may be ohio, where many recent polls show ohio governor john kasich narrowly leads trump. kasich said "..do we go to the dark side with negativity? no." and to add to the uncertainty, ted cruz is counting on upsetting trump in north carolina tomorrow. and, the bottom line is that just about any scenario could lead to a contested convention, something the campaigns are already bracing for. schlapp says "..for the most part, delegates -- they -- they're the establishment types. these are coming from the state parties and, i've gotta tell you that these campaigns are already courting delegates, talking to delegates. they're well aware that this could end up in a convention." on cam tag and as far as democrats are concerned, most polls show that hillary clinton is doing very well in almost all of these states. the exception,
seems to be illinois, her home state, where some polls show bernie sanders may be ahead. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. frank vert mon still to come you may hear a little thunder tracking some our area. storms moving into plus... " for a person to do is nasty, low down, dirty ! showing a man
on a cereal conveyer belt... new details - after the break. toyota billboard we will start out this morning with do you think when you are president you'll be paid as... much as if
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areas of dense fog that will reduce visibilities less than a quarter of mile. then a warm day with a chance of showers and even a rumble of thunder by early afternoon into the evening. a high of 68 degrees. tonight rain chances will taper with a overnight low 54. tuesday will be warm and breezy with sunshine mixed with some clouds at times a high of 73 degrees. we will watch for the chance of strong or severe storms late tuesday evening into tuesday night as a front will push through cooling us off to more normal like temps back in the mid 50s for the end of the week but dry. tuesday nights storms could give us damaging wind and lightning . frank cam a graphic video of a
kellogg's cereal memphis surfaced on the internet.... showed in part last night - is so can't be shown without major alterations. fox19 now's tricia macke... says we are now learning more about when the video was filmed.... cereal contaminated. take blurred video graphic - what it disgusting that we the entire screen it shows a man peeing on a kellogg's conveyor belt as food comes down the machine--as he records the entire filthy act... consumers are disgusted by the act. " when it comes down to things like this, it could be dealing with issues maybe with people's health or some hazard . someone could get sick ." according to kellogg company spokesperson kris charles, the video was recorded at the memphis facility back in 2014.... but the video just
the products potentially affected were rice krispies treats, rice krispies treats cereal and puffed rice cake products, all of which would be past expiration date. ... which means likely already eaten by people who had no idea this happened. " so it's very disgusting for someone to do that knowing kids have to eat that cereals and rice krispies treats. if that's what they're i feel like he should pay for his crime." the spokesperson statement reading in part " kellogg takes this situation very seriously and we were shocked and deeply disappointed by this video that we just learned of today. we immediately alerted law enforcement authorities and regulators. a criminal investigation is underway as well as a thorough internal investigation. " the company says it will work closely with investigators to prosecute this man to the full extent of the law. " for a person to do something like that , he is nasty, low down, dirty ! and he should go to jail ! go straight to jail ! "
leprechaun the very cute photos coming up plus... an inspiring story out of indiana... hear one kid battling the odds gets the chance of a lifetime... to play with his favorite team. and a reminderfox19 now is once again teaming up with saint jude children's research hospital for the annual dream home giveaway. tickets are on sale right now.... and they're going really fast! text "home" to 4-19- 19 for a link to buy
special trade status with china -- 3 million jobs lost. now the trans-pacific trade deal could cost america 448,000 more jobs. only one candidate for president has opposed every disastrous deal -- bernie sanders. while others supported unfair trade deals, bernie stood with american workers. he'll
take on wall street and their trade deals because he doesn't take their money. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. a young boy got to live out his dream of being a professional baseball player. natalia martinez for our sister station wave in lousiville has his incredible story. 10 year old landis sims has gone from the most popular kid at school to the most famous one. landis sims, ny yankee "i got my camera crew with me." it's not everyday...your classmate is a pro baseball player. landis sims, ny yankee "it was like a dream
on monday...landis signed a real contract...for real money and became a new york yankee for a day. in the batting cage...one of the guys...he even had lunch with a-rod. landis sims, ny yankee "he's kind of old fashioned. he's got an old fashioned phone." but it was landis who gave them a lesson. "landis is there anything that you can't do?" amanda haag, landis' mom "he truly believes he is whole and perfect just the way that he is." landis was born with congenital limb differences....no hands or feet. fearless in his abilities...he showed the yankees his skills. amanda haag, landis' mom "reggie jackson is videoing him from one side and you have a-rod just watching from the other side." amanda haag, landis' mom "landis is more about wanting to show kids kids what he can do, he's not about complaining." "i want your autograph buddy. you're the first yankee i've ever met."" landis continues to practice. this is the first year he's using a specially made slugger allowing him to hit in a way he hadn't before and he's pretty good.
showing kids what he can do - he's not about complaining." back at school...these teammates...cheer him on too. popular not just for his skills but more for his heart. landis sims, ny yankee "don't give up. keep trying at it." still to come death valley is the driest and hottest place in north death valley is the driest and hottest place in north america... but it blooms every few years... the amazing video is coming up. but first... smile it's your birthday! we want to wish a very happy birthday to.... savannah from fayetteville... who turns 15 today also turning 15... is alyssa from hamilton makem.. turns 53 today and we want to wish a very happy 100th birthday to
virginia from ft thomas if you want us to feature your birthday on fox19 now.... just send us an email... with your name, birth date, age and where you are from... to birthdays-at-fox- 19-now-dot-com reopen cam bump in frank 2shot welcome back to the fox19 now life as spokesbox is great. people love me for saving them over half a grand when they switch to progressive. so i'm dabbling in new ventures. it was board-game night with the dalai lama. great guy. terrible player. go paperless don't stress, girl i got the discounts that you need it's a balancing act,
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areas of dense fog that will reduce visibilities less mile. then a warm even a rumble of afternoon into the evening. a high of 68 degrees. tonight rain chances will taper with a overnight low 54. tuesday will be with sunshine mixed degrees. strong or severe tuesday evening into tuesday night as a front will push through cooling us off to more normal like temps back in dry. tuesday nights us damaging wind instructor richard rumors that he is
iconic fitness instructor richard simmons is denying rumors that he is being held against his will inside his home. he told entertainment tonight.... he was not kidnapped... and he just wants to stay in his house simmons calling rumors that his housekeeper is controlling him "very silly." he went on to say.... he was in good health... and is just taking some time off. he added: quote "you haven't seen the last of me. i'll come back and i'll come back strong." zootopia... a gleaming city where animals of all breads... predator and pray alike... live together in peace and
disney's "zootopia" spends another weekend in the number one spot at the box office....bringing in 50 million dollars. that brings ticket sales to more than 142-million in 10- days. coming in second.. "10 cloverfield lane", starring john goodman.... brought in 25 million. and marvel's "deadpool" is hanging in there at 3rd... with 11 million... it's brought in 330 million since its opening a month ago. animation what caught our eye animation what caught frank's eye
approach to celebrating st. patrick's day, dressing up his 6- month-old son as a "real-life leprechaun." alan lawrence posted the photos of little rockwell going about his day on his website, that dad blog and it just keeps getting better. lawrence, a father of six, told abc news that his little boy "loves the attention." "our family, we get kind of excited about holidays," he said. "i've always been a sucker for said. "i've always been a sucker for the magic behind different things related to them, whether it's the leprechaun or the easter bunny. it's just kind of fun." luckily for us, lawrence plans to continue posting more hilarious photos until st. patty's day next
what caught jeff's eye death valley is the driest and hottest place in north america. according to national geographic, the area receives less than two inches of rainfall every year and currently holds the record for the hottest place on earth at 134f. given these extreme conditions, it's difficult to imagine that any life could form, let alone thrive in this isolated part of the world.
are several species mammals, plants, and amphibians that call death valley home. these range from mountain lions and bobcats to birds and deer. home to as yellow desert golds, desert purple notch- what makes these is that they only bloom once every ten years. and sight to behold. in travel from different parts of the country just to see these flowers in full bloom. it's not every day that you get to see one of the most unforgiving places on earth bursting with life, even if it's just for a brief period. park ranger alan van valkenburg has lived in death valley for over 25 years, and he's never grown tired of seeing a super bloom after all that time. areas that are usually barren are transformed into colorful landscapes almost overnight as a result of the seeds sprouting at once. he recommends that anyone who lives anywhere close to death valley should experience a super bloom at least once in their lifetime. after seeing the video below, i totally agree. what caught kara's eye
the footage, a bear is seen approaching a pink balloon floating within the enclosure. the animal cautiously noses at the intruding object, before its two interested friends approach. the finder of the balloon then plucks up the courage to touch it, but the balloon bounces off and pretty much scares the other bear, making the big animal jump. all three then clumsily chase the balloon on their hind legs, before one of them manages to catch it
bang! a piece of pink rubber is all that's left of the fun. despite their big size and sharp claws, sloth bears are actually rather peaceful animals, mostly feeding themselves on insects such as honeybees and termites, as well as fruit. evolved from brown bears, in the wild these nocturnal species live on the indian subcontinent. when humans pose no threat, sloth bears are believed to be tamable. we'll be right back after this short break stay with us "announcer: now with the fox19 mobile app, you'll never be without fox19.com to text and email alerts for weather. it's all right breaking news
the body lying next to a pickup truck in manchester. officials say there's no obvious sign of trauma to the body. the road is shut down until further notice. happening now happening now dog owners -- you're gonna want to listen up... a popular pet food is being recalled. purina - voluntarily recalling tubs of wet dog food.. because the food may not have the recommended levels of vitamins and minerals that it claims. the recall includes best before dates from june 2017 to august 2017.. all of those details can be found on fox19 now dot com. an appeals hearing is set for today... after on ohio judge ruled that 17-year old's can vote in tomorrow's primary... if they're 18 by election day. the judge said the secretary of state was wrong in denying them the right to vote... after 9 columbus- area teens sued the state. crews will be inspecting a balcony collapse in clifton this morning .. after a
we're told the resident at this unit, had just walked back inside, right before her balcony collapsed... that happened yesterday on ludlow avenue. luckily, no one was hurt in that collapse. i will continue to follow breaking news for you and bring you the latest information right here on the morning xtra and our website fox19 now-dot-com. right now, we want to get a check of your weather with jeff... weather now transition we will start out this morning with areas of dense fog that will reduce visibilities less than a quarter of mile. then a warm day with a chance of showers and even a rumble of thunder by early afternoon into the evening. a high of 68 degrees. tonight rain chances will taper with a overnight low 54. tuesday will be warm and breezy with sunshine mixed with some clouds at times a high of 73 degrees. we will watch for the chance of strong or severe storms late tuesday evening into tuesday night as a front will push through cooling us off to more normal like temps back in the mid 50s for the end of the week but dry. tuesday nights storms could give us damaging wind and lightning . both xavier and u-c
of work ahead of them... fox19 now's sara celi breaks down their match- ups the bearcats... taking the number 9 seed in the ncaa tournament. they face the number 8 seed... st. joseph's ... in spokane. uc won an at-large bid.... while st. joseph's won the atlantic 10 tournament. this is the team's sixth straight ncaa tournament appearance.... huge news for the xavier musketeers... they are the number 2 seed in the east region headed into the start of march madness this week. selection sunday... turning out to be super. the team takes on the number 15 seed, weber state, in the first round. this is a history maker for the musketeers... the best showing ever in the tournament for xavier. the team takes on weber state on friday at the scotttrade center in st. louis. we are just 3 days away from st patty's day!
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