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tv   Good Morning Cincinnati 5  CBS  February 17, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EST

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3 jen dalton looking at tri-state roadsi-75 is clear in the cut-in-the-hill
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3 deputies think they've got the man and woman who kidnapped a man in northern kentucky. investigators say charles burnette and emma haumesser forced a man to withdraw money from a- t- m's in boone county. the man was staying at the quality inn near the airport. deputies say he was looking
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somehow came into contact with haumesser.they say she left the hotel room and came back with burnett... and he had a gun! 3 (tom scheben/boone county sheriff's office) "they proceeded to go to atm.. to atm.. to atm. six in total. and get money. averaging a lot of people's weekly pay. before the last atm ate it. i can only assume he reached his limit. so, with that really they just popped him in the mouth and eye and dropped him off and left."the victim's identity is not being released. he only had minor injuries. 3 lockland police are investigating their first homicide of the year.the man who pulled the trigger called police himself.he told them a few men broke into his house and one of them held him at knife point.that's when he shot him.the 9- 1- 1 caller identifies himself as william neil brown junior.his landlord says this isn't the first time he was targeted.
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03:20:49 "i've told him i'm not the police. you have to let the police know when someone is bothering you, but he has called me more than 20 times letting me know that someone was bullying him or someone was taking advantage of my property." 03:21:02we still don't know much about the man who died.police are still looking for the other men who fled after the shooting.they know they were in a gold car.police are using surveillance video from a church across the street to help with the investigation. 3 today a show of support for public education. parents, community members, students, and teachers will join together for cincinnati public schools. local 12's perry schaible joins us *live* from walnut hills high school with details. 3 they're calling this a walk-in. the people here at walnut hills high school will be one of the first groups to participate. everyone who supports public education is invited to arrive at any of the cincinnati public schools fifteen minutes before the start of the day....and walk in together. it's the first ever nationally coordinated
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message? to prove these schools are more than just a *report* card...that all students deserve a high quality, public education. over 50 cincinnati public schools will participate in the movement. they'll join over 30 cities nationwide at over 800 schools. walnut hills starts at 7:10....folks are expected to start walk-in about 6:50/6:55. bob...back to you. 3 you can join the *walk-in* by going to any of the cincinnati public schools today - fifteen minutes before the start of the school day. 3 we're learning more about a deadly plane crash last month outside xenia. a preliminary report from the n- t- s- b shows the pilot made no distress calls.. joel lansford also had normal communications with air traffic control and ground personnel throughout the flight. lansford was the only one on the plane when it
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the greene county airport. the 33-year old army national guard veteran served in afghanistan. he also worked at a flight school in springfield. 3 cincinnati police officers will begin testing body cameras later this month.the city is in talks with two vendors and those will be tested on duty for several weeks.once a decision has been made about a vendor, all officers should be wearing body cameras permanently by the end of the year.an internal committee recommends keeping the video for 90 days, the same as recorders in police cruisers. 3 there may be more cases of the zika virus in ohio.. 7 people in the columbus area are being tested for it. they're not saying they *have the virus.. just that they returned to the u- s with related symptoms. the tests were sent to the c- d- c. results are not expected for a couple of weeks. there are currently 4 confirmed cases of the virus in ohio.. including one in butler county. 3 signs of love are everywhere this week.but in guthrie center, iowa.. it's not roses or chocolates that people are talking about.one husband used
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dreams come true.dina christensen says her "lite bright" was the collest toy in her house growing up.and she wanted one big enough to light up her restaurant on main street.so.. her husband, troy, built one for her. 3 (troy christensen) (:59) "she comes up with the crazy ideas and like i've said, impossible is not in her mentality. and in order to make her dreams come true, it's best just to find a way to do it." (1:11) troy searched the country for the parts he needed.he actually found a sheet of perferated steel here in ohio. .. and he found 70 thousand pegs from strangers' attics on ebay. 3 we're counting down 'till opening day!up next, we'll tell you who is going to lead the parade.stepping into a
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doctors are recommending the unusual practice.you're watching good morning
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3 the university of cincinnati's president says another expansion could be on the way.. even though it just wrapped up an 86- million dollar renovation of nippert stadium last year. santa ono says he's optimistic about the school's chances of joining the big 12 conference.the big 12 hasn't made an decisions on whether to add to its ten members -- but conference leaders will meet in may.u- c's entry would likely mean nippert would need to expand capacity from 40- thousand seats now to between 50 and 55- thousand. 3 opening day is 47 days away. and we know who will lead the parade. lou piniella is the grand marshal for the 97th annual findlay market opening day parade. *sweet lou* of course managed the reds for 3 seasons.
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world series title season in 1990. and he'll be back with the reds this upcoming season as a consultant. the parade will air *live* right here on local 12 on april 4th. the reds take on the phillies afterward.. which you can also see here on local 12. 3 a recall expands.we're tracking a consumer alert linked to dangerous takata airbags.an actress is facing some legal trouble.we'll tell you why a valentine's date could lead to jail time for vanessa hudgens. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, please listen carefully. the lock i want to talk to you about isn't the one on your door. it's a rate lock for your life insurance that guarantees your rate can never go up at any time,
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for help in figuring out why 2 people went on a killing spree last year in california. a judge ordered the company to unlock an i- phone used by one of the killers.the company is fighting the order. syed farook and tashfeen malik opened fire inside a social services center in san bernadino back in december. 14 people were killed. the f- b- i says getting into the phone may help fill in an 18- minute gap. 3 the band "eagles of death metal" returned to paris for a concert honoring those who were killed, and those who survived, the november terrorist attacks there.gunmen killed 90 people during a performance by the american rock band.the coordinated attacks targeted the concert hall where they were playing -- leaving 130 dead.in emotional interviews before the concert, the group says they felt an obligation to finish what they started. 3 jesse hughes "this isn't going to be just a regular show for us tonight, you know, of course this is much more than just a show but at the same
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show."band frontman jesse hughes also criticized france's gun control laws, and argued for universal access to guns. 3 general motors is recalling about 200- thousand saab and saturn cars in the u- s and canada to replace the takata, driver's air bag inflators.the move is part of a larger recall of more than five -million vehicles announced by safety regulators last month. at least ten people have died worldwide due to the faulty inflators. 3 actress vanessa hudgens may be in some legal hot waterthe "high school musical" star is being investigated for vandalism.it allegedly happened during a valentine's getaway to sedona, arizona. hudgens posted a photo on her instagram of a heart carved into one of the area's rare red rocks.federal law prohibits anyone from defacing natural surfaces on federal property. 3 if you suffer from allergies or asthma, maybe even have trouble sleeping at night, salt may be the answer to your
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growing in popularity across 3 salt rooms are a natural alternative for people suffering from respiratory and skin conditions. they're filled from floor to ceiling with all- natural salt.clear salt covers the walls.. rock salt is used on the floors.. and pharmaceutical- grade sodium chloride is pumped into the air using salt-generator. they claim to help if you have the cold.. the flu.. or skin problems. some experts are skeptical though.. because of there are no studies on salt
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goodbye power wheels.hello, luxury motorsports.we'll show you why tesla is trending this morning. the westminster dog show is also trending now. we'll show you why "dario" is collecting thousands of fans online. (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong. (elephant noise)
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the westminster kennel club's 140th annual dog show is trending this morning."dario" doesn't seem to concerned he is at one of the most famous dog shows in the world.he spendt his whole time in the ring trying to get treats from his handler's pocket."dario" is a leonberger.he missed out on an award in the "working group" but he is collected thousands of fans online.a german shorthaired pointer called "cj" is now the country's top dog. 3 tesla and radio flyer are teaming up on an electric model- s for kids.it has working headlights, music and three colors -- red, silver and blue.the big difference
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model is the speed.of course it's smaller too.the one- seater cars were created for kids who are three to eight years old.. and the kids version only hits six- miles per hour.it starts at a whopping 500 bucks.
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-- a fatal accident is having a major impact on your commute this morning.police say a woman driving the wrong way on southbound i- 71 hit another car and killed a man.these are live pictures where it happened on dana avenue around three a- m.we don't where the woman entered the interstate and how long she was driving the wrong way.our news team is digging to get answers from investigators.the interstate is shut down right now.jen dalton is tracking the traffic impact . 3 tri-state roadsi-75 is clear
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3 early voting for the march primary starts today in ohio. absentee ballots start going out today.voters can cast absentee ballots by mail or in person before election day without giving any reason.they have fewer days than the last presidential election. a law passed two years ago that trimmed the early voting period from 35 days to 28 days. 3 early voters in butler county have a new option to turn in
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is set up outside the butler county board of elections building on princeton road in hamilton.it's under 24- hour surveillance and is kept locked at all times.the box allows voters to cast their ballots at their convenience and return it without postage. 3 dayton kentucky schools will be back in session today. but two sixth graders won't be there.. after their bomb threat landed them behind bars. the 12- year- old girls admitted they sent the threat to their school facebook page. a sweep of the school found nothing.. but classes were canceled yesterday for the whole district as a precaution. 3 "the obstacle became this morning not having the suspect in custody, led us to believe we're going to take every precaution to make sure everyone is safe and we'll close school." police found the first girl yesterday morning. she confessed.. and implicated her friend.. who also admitted her role. they're both charged with making terroristic threats. the prank cost the girls basketball team its senior night game. 3 there could be a major breakthrough in the fight
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announced a potential new treatment this week.the treatment is based on "immuno- therapy"that helps a person's immune system fight off cancer cells in a way that's similar to fighting a virus.in the treatment, doctors take white blood cells called t-cells from cancer patients and genetically modify them.the cells are then put back in the patient to multiply. researchers say the genetically- modified cells could protect the patient from cancerous invasions. 3 the 2016 cincinnati auto expo kicks off today.you can check out new cars, s- u- v's, and trucks, and dealer represenatatives will be on hand to answer questions. there's also plenty of stuff to do for the kids.a play area, face painting, and a challenge to see how fast they can change a tire are just some of the options.the auto expo runs today through sunday. for a list of times and ticket prices, just click on get it
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3 sometimes, work is hard. whether you're a doctor, lawyer, garbage man, or.. a construction worker.so, if there was a way you could stop -- take a second to think about how you could make your job a little easier -- you'd do it, right? of course you would. and that's exactly what a man from amelia did. and now, it's paying off big time. 3 "when you're cutting in the corners.. you're hitting your fingers on the walls.. and it wears the sides of your fingernails.. and it wears them to quick.. and you don't have no finger prints no more.."after more than four decades hanging and sanding drywall.. almost literally *nats of sanding with old the bone.. james hurt decided.. he'd had enough.."i just.. wanted to find a tool that would do the job better.." james didn't find that tool.. he invented it.."you can bend
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just don't mess up.."meet.. the flex pro.. a simple sanding tool.. for the handy man.. made by a handy man.. "how'd you come up with this?" "i was sitting on the bucket.." "sitting on a bucket?" "sitting on a bucket..""you flip it back over.. and go all the way down.. down to the floor.. and then come back up..""as soon as i touched it to the wall.. i thought.. boy.. this is it.." james took his prototype to a group of investers.. who quickly put a patent on it.. and got production rolling.. "pretty soon.. each true value store will be carrying the product.. we just got word from home depot that we'll be in four test markets.. so we'll be in approximately a little less than a hundred stores starting out.."they've even taken the invention a step further.."we've got a paint pad.. so now you can throw a paint pad on it and start painting with it.. you've got a tile cleaner.. it's a very rough surface.. but it will not scratch your tile.. we've got a waxing pad or a dusting pad..""you do that a couple of times.. and you usually have your corners
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love it.." 3 if you'd like more info on the flex pro. we put a link on our website.. just head to local 12 dot com.. and click on the get it tab. 3 helping families with special needs.we'll show you how
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up the shopping game.you're watching good morning
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3 jen dalton looking at tri-state i-75 is clear in the cut-in-the-hill 3 help is on the 3 help is on the way for moms and caregivers.. when they do
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rolling out a new type of shopping cart in its stores nationwide."caroline's cart" is a game changer for special needs families.a california target has been testing the carts for three months now. darlene rodrigo's 8- year- old daughter bella has down syndrome and autism.. and it's hard to put her in a normal shopping cart. 3 (1:32) i can finally bring bella along with me anywhere. she likes to be out she doesn't want to stay home all the time. this is a great way to include families with special needs." (1:40) caroline's cart holds up to 250 pounds so it can also be used for adults and the elderly.the special carts will be in all target stores on march 19th. 3 a random act of kindess.we'll introduce you to a woman who
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3 3 america's top doctor is in flint, michigan discussing the water crisis.surgeon general vivek murthy met with people at a church for several hours last night.he focused on the need for doctors to act on behalf of people.a flint doctor was one of the first to report the elevated lead
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doctor murthy says all cities need to learn from the mistakes made in flint. he also listened to stories of families who are living with 3 (dr. vivek murthy/u.s. surgeon already on the way. it's already arrived in flint. that's not to say that it's nearly enough. we've got to do a lot more. we need to get back to a place where the water is safe for everyone to drink from the faucet. (:44) hundreds of people also gathered to talk about a class action lawsuit last night.more than 17 hundred people say they are suffering from lead exposure by drinking the city's water. 3 a tennessee sheriff is blaming beyonce.. after someone fired several gunshots in front of his house.sheriff robert arnold says he thinks the violence was inspired by beyonce's performance of her song "formation" at the super bowl.arnold says the first thing to cross his mind after hearing shots fired outside his home, was the recent violence against law enforcement officers across the country. 3 (robert arnold/rutherford county sheriff)(:15) "i think we have lost five to seven officers, five deputies and sheriff's since sunday's super
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have beyonce's video and how that's kind of led over into other things it seems like, about law enforcement." (:41) the sheriff says polioce beefed up patrols in the neighborhood as a precaution. they found six shell casings near the house but no bullets hit the home. 3 a massachussets woman's generosity is inspiring others to do good. sophia andrade, a single mother, won two hundred dollars on a scratch ticket. but she didn't spend the money on herself or her family. 3 (:23) (sofia andrade / helped homeless man ) "i knew that the money never really belonged to me, that this money was meant to help him." (:27)right after she cashed in the ticket.. she had an immediate opportunity to give back.sofia was at a stop sign when she saw glenn williams, a man who has been homeless for three years.she offered to take him to a coffee shop. after learning there was no room at the shelter.. she got him a motel room.she also started a go- fund- me page for glenn's long-term benefit. he now has a new haircut.. warm weather gear.. a valentine's card.. and 14
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3 the campaign trail inspires a pop song.coming up at six.. we'll tell you which presidential candidate is being honored with a tune. plus, thank goodness we live in the tri state.we'll show you how ridiculous some real
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to we need more than our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. hey candidates. enough talk.
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approximate police say a woman trying a minivan was headed the wrong way at dana avenue, at 3:00 this morning, that woman hit the truck killing the man who was driving it. police are saying the highway could we open between 7:00 and 8:00. if you are the others right now. -- the roads right now, you need to figure out ways to get around it. here is jen dalton. >> reporter: even though the accident happened at dana, it's shutdown, one way to use the
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use a couple of ways you are going, you can potentially head down da to madison to go to torrance and columbia parkway. that is one way to do it this morning. you could head over, dana, get off there, head to victory parkway, head to redding road, head into the downtown area, it depends on where you are trying to go, the norwood lateral is an easy way to get over to i75, to continue northbound, right now we don't have congestion at the norwood lateral. i will keep a close eye on that as the morning rush continues, and let you know if that becomes a major backup. there's another view where officer right side detouring traffic off of dana this morning. as we said it could last through the morning rush as closure. john. jen, thank you.
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