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3 for the first time in 30
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congressional district will not see john boehner's name on the ballot. fifteen republicans are running for the nomination to fill his congressional seat. local 12's perry schaible joins us *live* with the details 3 vo: expected to be out in butler 3
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3 sot: for the next two year congressional 3 term. 3 3 the polls open at 6:30 and stay open until 7:30 tonight. for more information or to find your polling place go to our website at local 12 dot com. 3 ohio voters will also get to choose in the democratic battle for the u- s senate
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between a young up-and-comer, and a seasoned veteran.ted strickland has been ohio governor and a member of congress. p-g sittenfeld is a two-term member of cincinnati certainly a contrast in style and in age.both candidates had something to say about incumbent republcan senator rob portman when we 3 i believe in supoorting the middle class.he has supported the billionaire class. i support a woman's right to choose and make decisions on their own health care. he's opposed to that.i thnk he's been wrong on an economy which favors those on the very top. i think he's been wrong on women's health care and on telling women what to do with their bodiesthere is also a third candidate in the democratic senate primary. kelly prather of cincinnati describes herself as an actvist in health care and economic inclusion. 3 while many will head to the polls today.. thousands have already voted.ohio's secretary of state says more than 417- thousand people took advantage
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hamilton county say the numbers have jumped in the past couple of weeks.clermont county's board of elections is seeing ups and downs.. but reports the number of walk- ins is higher this year. 3 36:13 we've had about 22-hundred walk-ins and 42- hundred people have requested ballots by mail 36:20 so that was a pretty high turn out of walk in voters this election 36:2355:24 recently yes, the numbers have increased. the past couple of weeks we definitely saw an uptick :29 both in in-person, absentee voting as well as requests by mail 55:33 some polling places started dry runs last night at seven --to make sure there are no kinks when voters go to the polls today starting at 6- 30. 3 about 25 percent of americans drink wine on a regular basis. but you may be surprised to find out what's in some wine. a writer at "wired magazine" studied the contents of modestly priced wines and found a lot more than just grapes.there can be more than 200 potential additives in wine.sulfites.. mega purple..
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wine bottle... and a chemical called velcorin which kills any living organisms in the wine. 3 (christopher null/wired magazine ) (:16) "when you drink a glass of wine, especially a relatively inexpensive glass of wine, your drinking a huge range of compounds and chemicals that you have no idea are present in the wine." (:27)industry experts say inconsistent grape harvests force wine makers to use additives to make sure each bottle of wine tastes the same.current regulations only require wine makers to disclose if sulfates -- which is a preservative -- are present. 3 lauren hill's hometown is finding another way to honor her.the city of greendale, indiana will name a street after the former number 22 for lawrenceburg high school and mount st joe's.gages lane, which runs along the cemetery where lauren was buried, will become "22 lauren hill lane." lauren died almost a year ago after a courageous battle with cancer.she made it her mission to raise awareness of d- i- p- g, the type of brain cancer she had.and to raise money to find a home run cure.when the
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officials in greendale plan to hold a renaming ceremony. 3 investing in 3 investing in playgrounds.we'll tell you why the sale of a local mansion could help a nearby, getting mad at disney world.we'll tell you the story behind one woman's famous mean-'re watching good morning
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do you think when you are president you'll be paid as... much as if it were a man- male this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesnt happen.
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to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. (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 social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
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3 the sale of a historic mansion and carriage house in deerfield township could help fund the area's park system. the king mansion dates back to 1885 and the township has owned it since's been vacant for most of that time.. and a lot of money has been poured into the property to preserve it.if the home is sold.. park levy funds can be used to maintain carter park next to it.. along with other parks in the area.the mansion price.. half a million dollars. 3 a developer plans a makeover for a historic office building downtown.the textile building on west fourth street has a new owner who plans to turn it into a mixed use development. possibilities include, office, retail, residential or a hotel. the company says it hopes to have a plan in place in the
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paid 12- million dollars for the building.the price tag on renovations is estimated at another 70-million dollars. 3 angry on splash mountain.we'll tell you the story behind a viral, hear from an ohio woman who saw a tornado blow right through her yard.. right here on good
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3 3 new this morning.. a shootout between chicago police and a suspect leaves one man dead and three police officers hurt. the officers are suffering from non- life threatening injuries.the shooting happened
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investigating reported drug activity in a neighborhood. they started investigating a man and woman who were "acting suspicious" when the two ran off.police say the man shot towards the officers.. hitting three of them multiple times. one of the officers returned fire.. killing the man.the woman was arrested. 3 we've learned that a maryland police officer was killed by friendly fire.jacai colson was shot to death during an ambush outside the police station in landover. investigators say a man started randomly shooting at police. officer colson, who's an undercover narcotics officer, arrived on scene in an unmarked car in the middle of the firefight. the chief says he was hit by a bullet from a fellow officer. 3 "oh, that is one!" take a look at this dramatic video of a tornado touching down near dayton, ohio. roofs were blown off.. trees were ripped apart.. and several barns and garages were flattened. this all happened yesterday near phillipsburg.. which is a rural area northwest of
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the storm roll through. 3 "i was over here at the sink in the kitchen here and i be daggone if i didn't see this great big 'ole funnel thing just shwoosh. and, i didn't know it took my garage and my shed and part of my barn." there were no serious injuries. the national weather service confirms an ef-1 tornado touched down. the man charged with kidnapping his son 13 years ago could go to prison for fifty years.bobby hernandez pleaded guilty yesterday to kidnapping in cleveland. his now 18- year- old son, julian, was reported missing in alabama when he was five years old. the two were found when julian began applying to college and discovered his social security number did not match his name. hernandez will be sentenced next month. 3 here's a question .. how could you not smile on a ride like splash mountain at disney world???well, a new york woman's face is famous around the world.. because of her stern expression on the ride... people are calling her the
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3 (:16) "i guess i'm the new grumpy cat; grumpy mom." (:18) jordan alexander says all she wanted was to go on the splash mountain ride with her husband, steven -- but he was tired and decided to sit one ride out. it had been a long day.. she had bronchitis.. a crying baby.. and her husband didn't want to ride her favorite ride. so jordan decided to give a humorous, but harsh stare directly to her husband.he says he loves the photo so much that he had to post it's only been on the web for one week - - and has been shared and photoshopped thousands of times. 3 3
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3 a two- thousand- year- old find.we'll show you the piece of history one woman found during a, a little baller is tearing up the court. we'll show you why an 8- year- old player is trending this
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hillary clinton: you know, in america, if you work hard, you're supposed to be able to get ahead, no matter who you are or where you started out. but too many barriers hold back our families. instead of affordable college we have skyrocketing debt. paychecks barely budge, but ceo pay keeps rising. and instead of good paying jobs, millions of americans are stuck.
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along with drug companies, insurance companies, big oil companies. the negligence. s what i want to take on. i'm running for president all of these barriers, because i think america can only live up to its potential american has a chance to live up to his or her potential. i'm hillary clinton, and i approved this message. 3 imagine going for a hike and finding a rare, two thousand year old gold coin.that's what happened in jerusalem this week.the ancient coin appears to be only the second of its kind ever's british museum has the other one.the coin dates back to the
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augustus caesar -- the first emperor of the roman empire. the hiker turned over the coin -- and she'll get a certificate of appreciation. 3 it was a nail- biting two seconds on the clock as the opposing team is up by eight-year old william herman tosses the ball from half court!and makes the shot! herman's father captured this moment on at hayfield elementary school in alexandria, virginia.but -- herman's team ended up losing in overtime.the first-grader has been playing hoops since he was 4 years old. his father says he was inspired by watching his older brother... and his favorite player is lebron james. 3 ohio is the epicenter of campaign 20- 16 today.coming up at five thirty.. local 12's
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the changes on this year's ballot. and we need voters who want safer gun laws and who are disappointed in leaders who stand in their way to remember come election time. i share president obama's outrage. it's time we had leaders with the courage to stand up to the nra. i'm p.g. sittenfeld. in the senate, i'll fight for commonsense gun safety, criminal background checks,
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i approve this message because ted strickland will never stand up to the nra.
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3 3 3 now at five thirty. 3 plus, an ohio man is due in
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details on a shooting that killed a pastor in dayton. 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's
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3 today is the day.. as voters head to the polls in the crucial ohio primary..and if you are casting your vote today.. you may have some questions when you look at your ballot..local 12's adam clements joins us *live* from knox presbyterian church to clear up the confusion. 3 sheila.. if you plan on voting today.. 3 you'll have three options when you walk in to your polling place.. a republican ballot.. a democratic ballot.. or a green party ballot.. the issue folks are going to run into today.. lies solely with the republican ballot..take a look.. you can see the left hand column.. listing all the gop nominees for president.. then in the top of the second column.. they're listed
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some confusion today.. so let me explain it and hopefully make things a little easier on you..the left column.. is designated for at large the column on the right is for district delegates.. those are delegates selected by each congressional district proportionally.. now that's the column that essentially.. is an obsolete way of voting.. the delegates at large are column is the one that will ultimately decide who is represented at the convention for the republican party.. here's hamilton county republican chairman alex triantafilou.. with some simple advice.. 3 "as i understand it, the at large delegates are the ones that are selected by the state republican party to appear at the convention. but to be safe.. people ought to vote for both.."polls open at six thirty.. polls open at polls
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give you a live 3 look.. as voters head to the polls..for now.. we'll send it back to you in the studio.. 3 coming up at six.. local 12's perry schaible will report on the congressional race in butler county.. and some ballot confusion there. 3 ohio voters have a lot to consider when they head to the polls today.when it comes to the presidential race... some voters tell us recent protests at rallies could change their way of thinking.protesters clashed with donald trump supporters at a rally in chicago friday... prompting the republican frontrunner to cancel the event.then saturday, police used pepper spray on demonstrators outside a trump rally in kansas city. some think the violence will affect how people vote. 3 (sarah forman, newport)05:55 "i think it's going to make it worse. i think people are going to look at that and not really want to vote for either of them--err any of them." 06:00"(john hanson, white oak) 08:32 "i wasn't sure who i was going to vote for but now that i see these people protesting
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like children, i'm actually--actually it makes me want to vote for that person more." 08:45trump has blamed bernie sanders's supporters for the violence at some of his protests.he said saturday that he wants to start "pressing charges" against protesters. 3 the lead for hillary clinton on the demcratic side is shrinking.a new quinnipiac poll shows her with a five point lead over bernie sanders in ohio. there was one poll last week that had her with a 30-point lead. after spending sunday night in ohio.. she focused on illinois yesterday.. where she was trying to attract blue collar workers. 3 bernie sanders spent yesterday in ohio.. speaking to supporters in youngstown and then akron. he's been hammering the message that delivered him a surprise win in michigan last week.. his history of voting against trade agreements. 3 today is really important when it comes to campaign 2016.more than one-thousand delegates are up for grabs. 367 of them for the republicans.. 691 for the democrats. wins
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could give them insurmountabl e momentum going forward and spell the end of other campaigns. 3 the polls will open today in just one hour at 6:30 and stay open until 7:30 at night. stay with local 12 news today as the votes are counted. from nine until ten on local 12 dot com ... we'll stream a "your voice, your future election special" with reports from all the primary states. angenette levy will be talking to voters at price hill chili and the public is welcome to join her there. and we'll update you with the results on good morning cincinnati. 3 the man who allegedly shot and killed his brother -- a pastor inside of a church is due in court today.daniel schooler was arrested at saint peter's missionary baptist church in dayton after the february shooting. records show the 68- year- old man has a history of mental illness. he's charged with one count of aggravated murder and two counts each of murder, felonious assault and having weapons under disability.he's scheduled to be arraigned today. 3
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inspiring athletes everywhere. we'll introduce you to a woman who is gaining internet stardom -- all because of the time she's spending in the gym. th're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works because it's riggedt by wall street. as long as washington we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. american workers brought us back from the crash. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels
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her first term. we've gotta create new jobs and industries of the future. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. (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
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to keep it strong. (elephant noise) (donkey noise) hey candidates, answer the call already. 3
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3 now it's time for our facebook question of the day.we want to know -- if you could choose for anyone in the world to be president -- who would you choose?
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3 we want you to join the conversation -- just *like*
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to share your thoughts. 3 thousands of missed tinder connections.we'll tell you why singles are freaking out over a technical glitch. hillary clinton: you know, in america, if you work hard, you're supposed to be able to get ahead, no matter who you are or where you started out. but too many barriers hold back our families. instead of affordable college
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paychecks barely budge, but ceo pay keeps rising. and instead of good paying jobs, millions of americans are stuck. wall street and big financial interests, along with drug companies, insurance companies, big oil companies. the indifference, the negligence. that' s what i want to take on. i'm running for president to root out all of these barriers, because i think america can only live up to its potential when we make sure that every american has a chance to his or her potential. i'm hillary clinton,
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3 3 new this morning..russia is
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from syria.the country's president - vladimir putin - made the surprise announcement late yesterday ..saying russia had mostly achieved its objectives.the decision came during a partial cease- fire that's stopped the violence in syria in recent weeks.russian air strikes allowed syrian president bashar al assad's army to win back some key ground and strengthen his positions ahead of the geneva talks. 3 right now.. national transportation safety board inspectors are trying to figure out what caused a train to derail.right now.. they think a separate car accident may have caused the train to go off the tracks in kansas. it was traveling from los angeles to chicago with 145 people on board.32 were injured.passengers say they knew something was wrong after the train starting making a loud clacking noise. 3 (derek/passenger)(:07) "next thing i know i feel the train completely lift up off the ground and sit back on the tracks and then it does it again, it lifts back up and then slams me into the door." (:14) (rex beemer/investigato r) :18-:24"we had people that we're trying to evacuate the train at the time, we had some
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had people in the ditch."seven cars derailed, five tipped over.dozens of people were hurt.. some 70 others stranded without a way home.the ntsb is expected to be on the scene investigating for about a week. 3 the search for love is back on for users of the tinder dating app, after an outage.tinder tweeted last night that it had fixed a technical glitch that accidentally deleted some users' matches.the company told users to log out and then back in to their have their matches restored.the match deletions came shortly after tinder tweeted that some users were unable to log in.there were also reports of missing message histories. 3 whale watchers were treated to quite a show in california last week.hundreds of dolphins were captured on video leaping in and out of the water off the coast of orange county. it's not clear why the animals chose to group together in such large numbers, but experts believe it could be part of social interaction common during daytime hours
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3 lindsay hilton loves a good workout.. and hits the gym 5- days a week. she was born without arms and legs -- but doesn't let anything slow her down. 3 (1:10) "i'm not all that inspirational. i'm feel like i'm kind of just doing regular things. it's just maybe seems out of the norm for most people" (1:18)the 30- year- old has become an internet sensation after a short video of her doing crossfit was posted online. in less than a week, it's had more than six million views. lindsey has always been an athlete. she used to play rugby -- and now coaches in her spare time. hilton is surprised by all the attention she's been getting lately. but doesn't see herself as the hero many are making her out to be. lindsay encourages everyone - regardless of their abilities - to be as active as
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3 3 cookies and gelato.coming up at six.. we'll introduce you
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serving up the, man versus machine.we'll tell you which one is claiming a major victory this morning. if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people,
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i approve this message we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. trlosing ohio, he attacked our john kasich with unhind, bold-faced gelies. but, guess what donald? four hundred and seventeen thousand of us now have good jobs here because of our governor.ut state s pe kasich cnding, cut our taxes, increased our wages. ohioans are too nged smart to edaver trust you. new day for icamera is responsible for the ent
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>> reporter: good morning, everybody, they're preparing to open the polls in butler county, i will take you inside coming up next. honoring a local hero, how an indiana street name will be changed for lauren hill's name. wonderful weather for election day. it's going to be a good old one, john. >> about 20-plus degrees above-normal today. you can feel that as you step out. we're in the 50s, these numbers are higher than the average high is this time of the year. it's warm as 56 at hilsz borough, 55 in hillsborough, kentucky. mount healthy and a mild 56 in
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clouds now, the airport at 55, wind southwest as 3, beautiful weather coming today. the only problem you might have this morning is fog. so far no fog across the immediate greater cincinnati area. southwest, it's thicker, places like indiana, some of that may try to creep toward down cincinnati as the morning goes on. radar is quiet, no rain expected today. head to 71 degrees later today with a blend of sunshine and clouds so the weather looks excellent today, that low that gave us the rain and storms yesterday is moving out, but there's another storm system tracking to the west of us, this one is going to arrive tonight, and that is going to bring a chance for more storm tonight, i will have a time line of when you can expect a chance for rain tonight, and a look ahead to when cooler weather arrives in minutes. right now we will check the traffic with jane. >> reporter: we have one


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