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3 3 good morning cincinnati. (ad lib to weather) 3 3
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3 time/temp ...ahead at four-30 ...a nation in mourning ...all across the country, respects are pouring in for the late nancy reagan ...plus ...baby boy abuse ...a local infant is fighting to survive.how he ended up in the hospital, and who police say it to blame ... you're watching good morning cincinnati.
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break one3 3 this isn't a person, this is an animal and needs to be treated like an animal. "now at four-30 ...a baby's life is on the line as the man accused of beating him is locked up ... 3 remembering a former first lady ...how people are honoring nancy reagan after she passed away this weekend 3 recognizing athletic accomplishments ...how one ohio lawmaker wants to honor olympic gold-medalist jesse
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good morning cincinnati.thanks for joining us on this monday. i'm john lomax.and i'm sheila gray.the stories of the day are coming up. first a check of the weather. here's meterologist john gumm.
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3 a baby boy is fighting for his life right now.he can't breathe on his own.. and needs a ventilator after he was nearly beaten to death.the man accused in the beating, his mother's boyfriend, is locked up.and the baby's family spoke exclusively to local12's brad underwood ... 3 in 10 months of life baby gabriel correll has been through a lot according to his grandmother doris correll. the sad reality, at ten months gabriel is fighting for his life and only breathing because a machine is helping him do it. 08.57.07-14"this man tried to kill our grandson
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according to family members and court records 35-year-old neal royal slammed, slapped and stepped on gabriel inside an apartment in reading. 08.50-23-30"she explained that neal had held him at gunpoint and beat my son like a grown man. "and then records say royal put gabriel to bed with a smashed in face and broken bones. it wasn't until two days later that gabriels father, joe correll heard what happened. 08.51.15-23"gabriel is a fighter. he is getting better but he's got a long road ahead of him. i would like some answers and some justice done. "correll's two sons live with their mother aimee correll in the reading apartment. correll says the two are divorced and he hasn't been able to see his sons since december. also living in the building, the man accused of beating little gabriel. 08.53.09-19"i thought i knew him but no one knew him. you don't know a person like that, this isn't a person, this is an animal and needs to be treated like an animal. "and
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his mother are allowed to see gabriel at the hospital per a court order. 3 brad underwood reporting.neil royal is charged with assault and kidnapping.he's in the hamilton county justice center on a 350-thousand dollar bond. 3 happening today ...a man is due in court this morning accused of sexually assaulting another man ...police say 50- year old timothy bray was acting as a norwood man's caretaker.. when he raped him in his home.he's in jail on a 100-thousand dollar bond. 3 cincinnati police are trying to find the suspects in a shooting in west price hill. officers were called to a home on trenton avenue near west eighth about three yesterday afternoon.police found a 31-year-old man near a house who'd been shot several times. he needed surgery but is expected to survive.police are looking for two suspects. 3 time/temp ...in more local news ...ohio voters can compare the g-o-p candidates looking to succeed former house speaker john boehner. miami university's hamilton campus is hosting a republican primary forum tonight.it will highlight the issues facing
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district.there are 15 republicans running in the march 15th primary.that's when voters will choose nominees for a special election in june to fill boehner's term, and for the general election race for the next congress. tonight's forum is at six-30. 3 ther'es a meeting today between the director of the metropolitan sewer district and hamilton county commisioners.gerald checco will discuss daily operations along with projects to upgrade the county's sewer system. the agency is undergoing an audit following allegations that hundreds of millions of dollars were misspent. the city and the county have been at odds over the management of m-s-d for years. today's meeting starts at 11 at the hamilton county administration building. 3 triple-a is gearing up for the busy spring and summer travel season.it's hosting a career fair today.the company is looking to expand its roadside rescue team by hiring more service technicians.if you're interested, just bring a resume to triple-a's fleet garage on west court street from two to six.you must be at least 23 to apply, and be ready to interview on the spot.
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a first- of- its- kind app is launching today to you help you decide on a spot to eat.. and save some money.the "feasty" app shows deals at nearby restaurants based on their location.all you have to do is open the app on your phone, choose the deal you want and activate it.then you'll get a code that you show to the cashier to redeem at the restaurant.the feasty app works on both android and i-o-s devices. 3 an ohio lawmaker wants a special day to honor olympic gold medalist jesse owens. cincinnati senator cecil thomas introduced a bill to have september 12th declared as jesse owens day across the state.september 12th is when the record-setting track star was born in oakville, alabama in 1913.before his performance in the 1936 olympics, owens ran track at ohio state university, where he was known at the buckeye bullet. 3 time/temp ...threatening nuclear strikes yet again ... what's prompting kim jong un to issue another warning to his neighbors to the south, and the u-s.plus ...hillary clinton and bernie sanders hit
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debate this weekend.we'll hear from the candidates, next, on
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break two3 good morning... (ad lib) 3 the nation is paying respects to nancy reagan after she passed away this weekend.the
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congestive heart failure yesterday at her home in los angelesshe was 94.mourners are leaving flowers and flags at the entrance to the ronald reagan presidential library and museum.hillary clinton, bernie sanders, and the audience at last night's debate observed a moment of silence. 3 hillary clinton and bernie sanders covered the issues in their debate last night in michigan ...it happened in flint, where residents are still suffering through a major water crisis.weija jiang has the latest on the campaign trail ... 3 vermont senator bernie sanders and hillary clinton debated in flint, michigan to address the city's water crisis.( sot-bernie sanders/(d-vt) presidential candidate) "children in flint, michigan are being poisoned."the tap water became toxic with lead after officials switched the water supply to cut costs. investigators revealed state leaders knew about the problem...but failed to do anything about it.both candidates called for michigan's governor to resign. ( sot- hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"people should be held accountable
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weijia jiang/cbs the debate came just two days before voters head to the polls for michigan's democratic primary. (vo)the candidate's sparred over an issue important to people here - the 2009 bailout of the auto industry.( sot-hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"i voted to save the auto industry, he voted against the money that ended up saving the auto industry."(white flash)( sot-sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate)"if you're talking about the wall street bailout where some of your friends, destroyed this economy"(clinton) "you know" (sanders) "excuse me i'm talking" (crowd goes ooh)they also fought over trade and jobs.( sot-hillary clinton/(d) presidential candidate)"we're going to stop this job exporting and start importing jobs."(sot-sen. bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate)"i am very glad, anderson, that secretary clinton discovered religion on this issue but it's a little bit too late. clinton holds a major delegate advantage and is leading michigan polls.but sanders hopes his weekend caucus wins in maine, kansas and nebraska will change voters minds. weijia jiang, cbs news, flint, michigan. 3 meanwhile, on the republican side, donald trump won caucuses on super saturday with more than 35-percent of the vote.we'll have even more campaign news, ahead at five on good morning cincinnati. 3 new this morning ...former president jimmy carter apparently no longer needs
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the good news while teaching one of his sunday school lessons yesterday.his spokeswoman says doctors will still perform scans on the 91-year-old to make sure the cancer has not returned.back in august, carter revealed he had been diagnosed with melanoma that spread to his brain.then in december, he announced that a scan had found no sign of the cancer. 3 also new this morning ...the u-s coast guard is suspending its search for a texas man who fell from a cruise ship ... 46-year old david mossman fell about 100 feet from the tenth deck of a royal carribean ship last friday near florida's key largo.a helicopter and plane combed more than 25-hundred square nautical miles.. trying to find mossman.the coast guard says it decided last night to call off the search with "great care and deliberation." 3 turning to world news now ... dozens of people are dead, and more than 100 hurt in a suicide bombing in iraq.police say a truck rigged with explosives went off at a busy checkpoint which leads to two shiite holy cities.the blast killed at least 35 people.isis is claiming responsibility.
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deadly attacks carried out by the terror group in recent days. a double bombing in baghdad killed more than 70 people.. and a suicide attack at a funeral north of the city killed about 30. 3 north korea is threatning to launch nuclear strikes yet again on the united states and south korea.this, as the u-s and south korea are set to start major military drills today.kim jong un says the war games, which start today and run through the end of april, and invasion rehearsals. tensions have always been high between the north and south, but have escalated recently after north korea's nuclear test in january, and a long- range rocket test last month. 3 time/temp ...a local family torn apart by a deadly crash are in the community's thoughts and prayers.how residents are showing their support ...plus ...if you love music, you might want to take a trip to mississippi.we'll take you inside the nation's newest grammy museum ...next,
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break three3 good morning... (ad lib) 3 looking at the way animals live can give us insight into similarities in everything from how humans and animals handle conflict.. to teaching etiquette to the young.ron evans has worked with primates for 30 years at the cincinnati zoo.. and talked to me about
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learn from from animals..it's tonight in my family 4-1-1 report, on local12 news live at six. 3 a local mother and her eight- year- old daughter will be laid to rest this week.. after they were killed in a head-on crash in alexandria. as local 12's brad underwood reports, the alexandria community is hurting... but holding up one another. "the investigation is ongoing as police try to figure out what happened, what led up to the driver crossing the center line of 27 and hitting the car that desirae jakyra were in. on this field close to 200 gathered to pray for love and support the family." "singing, oh god how i need you." in a circle the group leans hard on its faith. using the power of song and prayer to support each other during this grieving process.some in the crowd knew the mother and daughter killed in thursday's crash, others knew desirae mother's jenni mcbride."it's
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like i know that god's got us." 'it makes me happy and sad at the same time that such a tragedy could bring so many people together. "jamey wright's fiance josh alfred grew up with desirae and considered her and her mother family. "jenni mcbride was, she took me in. so desirae i always considered her a sister. it's pretty hard, then we were 15, now i'm 30, she was 30. so, when i first heard about it, i got my daughter too, it's pretty hard."the driver of the car that hit and killed desirae and jakyra is cooperating with police. no charges have been filed at this time as they await toxicology results. in alexandria, brad underwood local 12 news. 3
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kyra is planned for tomorrow. their funeral service will happen wednesday at main street baptist church in alexandria. 3 in other news ...california residents are bracing for more severe weather as they recover from deadly weekend storms.a winter storm is expected to dump five feet of snow in the highest elevations by this afternoon.a deadly storm saturday caused evacuations and rescues in flooded areas.a 51-year old woman died in sacramento died when her car plunged into up to eight-feet of water ...crews are working to restore power to thousands of customers.just under three- thousand people were left in the dark in the san francisco bay area.and in los angeles, at least 16-hundred people are without electricity due to downed wires. 3 now here's bob with a 3
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3 cleveland, mississippi now joins los angeles as one of the only cities to have a grammy museum. after four years of construction, and
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investments, the prestigious monument now stands tall in the mississippi delta. the city of cleveland hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening for the museum.. and quentin smith was there. 3 there are only two cities in the world with a grammy museum. los angeles california, and now cleveland mississippi.naton saturday the 28 thousand square foot building was finally open and ready to be toured by the public."this is the right next place for us to be in the history of the grammy museum." "it's unbelievable, it's unbelievable that it happened in mississippi. think about that it now, mississippi."but it's so rooted in music man, it goes really really deep." mississippi is known to be the birthplace of american music, and the delta is known as the birthplace of the blues. executive director of the grammy museum in los angeles, bob santelli says it was that combination that led his team
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magnolia state."when we looked to start expanding, we looked at big cities. the logical place would be new york city or chicago or some place like that, but american music by in large, evolved out of mississippi and if you're going to start putting museums elsewhere outside of los angeles, i think the only place to start, and everyone on my team agrees, has to be mississippi."the museum features everything that deals with the the grammy's, including instruments that were played by popular artists such as the late b.b. king's famous guitar, lu-seal.as well as outfits that were worn by various artists during the grammy shows."a lot of the things you do in there are not behind glass. you can feel them, touch them, work them, you can mix records, you can write songs, you can do all kinds of things in there that you can't do hardly at any other museum in america."city officials are expecting this museum will be a cornerstone in the delta for years to come. and they're also using the
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help bring in more jobs and people to the state."this is a world wide venue so people will literally come from all across the world an come to the mississippi delta and they'll learn about the rich musical heritage." 3 they had a special exhibit at the debut.. that featured the beatles. everything from instruments played by the band members, to clothing items worn on stage, to news paper clippings, were all on display. 3 time/temp ...it's national cereal day ...so go to our facebook page, and share your favorite cereal, and if you ever mix-and-match different kinds ...plus ...crossword conundrum ...why the man behind the puzzles in a popular newspaper is in some hot water ...ahead at five on
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break four3 it's national cereal day ...so on the local12 facebook page, we want to know ...what's your favorite cereal ...we also want to know if you ever mix cereals, and which ones.
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3 we want you to join the conversation -- just *like* the local 12 page on facebook 3 3 (show open) 3 now at five.a ten month old boy is fighting for his life.. and a man accused of nearly beating him to death is behind bars.we have the latest details from reading. 3 plus, the pressure to release tax returns builds.we'll tell you which republican candidate isn't playing along. 3 turning dresses into dreams.a local organization helps girls get to prom. 3 good morning.we'll get to those top stories in just a moment.but first we want to start with a first check of your forecast.here's
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