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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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mitchell. we have a multivehicle accident, i'm hearing as many as five vehicles may be involved. 75 southbound approaching mitchell. it's difficult to see because the camera angle right now, but you can see a lot of flashing lights on the left-hand side, that's the southbound direction, you can tell that traffic is only getting by on the high-speed left-hand lane. there's a better result on mitchell and you can see officers funneling traffic to the left high-speed lane. a couple of lanes are closed down, and you're down to the high-speed lanes, the food news -- the good news if there's any out of this is that traffic is not heavy and you're backed up to town. you have a 5 minute-delay, if you are headed and going to be passing vine and mitchell. luckily no other problems, john. thousands are expected be to be heading out today at butler county.
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district own see john bane on boehner on the ballot. >> reporter: we're inside the polling place at the mid point westchester library. you can see behind me, we got a lot of poll workers getting ready, they're preparing, 4,000 people are expected to vote here and that is just a fraction of the 83 to 85,000 that could head to the polls according to the butler county board of election and ohio republicans voting in the 8th congressional seeing double. if you're a republican you vote twice, you vote to nominate the person you want to replace john boehner, and then you vote for who you want to nominate to be on the ballot this november. so republican voters have to cast two votes in that congressional primary, one for the unexpired term and one for the new term. >> reporter: they will be able to choose between 15 candidates running for the
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former seat, so if you want your shores to serve for more than just a few months, it makes sense to vote for the same person twice, and more than 10,000 people have voted during the early voting period here in butler county, threat about the double number of voters seen in 2012, and that number rose in the last few weeks, most likely because the candidates have been here in the area, and maybe some people have made up their minds. guys, back to you. perry, thank you for that. ohio is at the center of the political universe on this election day. >> it has republican ohio governor john kasich, along donald trump, tied at 38%. trump's rifles rivals are raising concerns about the tone of his rallies, and many are san sander's supporters, for some it's
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to vote today. i wasn't sure how i was going to vote, but now that i see these people protesting and see that they're accounting like children, it makes me want to vote for that person more. supporters are kick people out of rallies, and the aggressives are certainly on the trump side in my opinion, but who knows. >> reporter: the republican national convention is in cleveland and the rnc says they are putting new security plans in place for protesters. the convention is from july 18 through the 21st. the polls open in a half an hour in ohio at 6:30 and stay open until 7:30 tonight, be sure to stay with us until the vote are counted. we will stream a your voice your future election special with votes from all of the pry their states, we -- primary state buildings we will have complete
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11:00. demolition crews are tearing down a porch, and they are toalgd that the toldthat the apartment is safe, some resident don't feel safe right now. >> my boyfriend and i were having breakfast on the porch and debris started caving in, and we had to run into the apartment. >> we turned around and watching through the door and everything started coming down. she hol letters, mom run, run, and that's what we did, we ran to the other side the building. the collapse was caused when the main support column failed. they still had access to a fire escape. a police dog is getting extra protection on the beat. one of the sip sin 18 canines
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from former navy seal hatch, we may have told you about the hatch's company that developed a vest that protect dogs against knife attacks, money raised at the male park saturday was enough to buy one of these vests and we have more information about donating at local12.com. the city of indiana is naming a straight after the lauren hill. the gage's lane which runs along where lauren is buried will become, lauren's lane. when the street sign comes in greendale plans to hold a renaming ceremony. >> it's hard to believe that it's been a year. >> think now the number of times i have seen that young woman make a layout that it still wouldn't give me chills. >> we have con text, we understand what she went through to do that. >> and 6:06 hope you have a
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that will have you satisfy yoyou she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i
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level after i do this one. introducing crumble cafe in downtown miami, their specialty is crumble, sandwiches, frozen lemonade, and cold pressed juices along with authentic coffee drinks, and made with natela what did i tell you, check your inis insulin. yummy, john. love me some natela. >> it's a good day, because going to be in the 70s, 56 degrees above-normal. we will see some sun through the clouds, mid 60s at noon, low 70s in late day. i'm tracking rain in storms, i'm going to have a time line a on that and look at time much, much cooler weekend ahead. how cooler it gets, jen. >> reporter: we haven't made me progress on this accident, 75 southbound before mitchell. there's as many as 5 vehicles involved in this accident scene, it could take a minute before
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luckily volume of traffic is still light for this time of the morning, there's a look north of mitchell where all the flashing lights are, if you go further north of there, you can see officers starting to diverse traffic to the right -- high-speed lane. volume of traffic light, as i mentioned we're not only seeing that much backup, i will keep an eye on things and let you know when we will see other lanes open there or if we get major congestion. bob. dying a hero, new details about what happened to a marijuana officer who was killed in the linee of the nafta trade treaty -- 850,000 jobs lost. special trade status with china -- 3 million jobs lost. now the trans-pacific trade deal could cost america
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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. 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
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ban assault weapons. because ted strickland will never stand up to the nra. i will. from the crash. now, let's move forward. 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. 6:14, and voters in five states including ohio will go to the polls today. the biggest, is deciding who is going to be the republican nominee. and donald trump is expected to beat, and but remains locked in a fierce battle with john kasich, and hillary clinton faces a challenge from bernie sanders in ohio, missouri and illinois. the house of representatives is saying that isis is committing genocide against christians and other mine minorities. by use, john kerry and the
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decision on whether to declared genocide. a maryland detective was caught in the crossfire of an ambush and was killed from a bullet from a fellow officer. prince george's county police detective arrived in an unmarked car in the middle of a fire fight. michael ford started randomly shooting at police while his two brothers recorded the whole things. he and his brothers are facing dozens of charges. an investigation that is a way in kansas to figure out what caused an amtrak train to derail. it was traveling from chicago to los angeles, when it jumped the tracks west of wichitaw, more than 30 passengers were hurt, two of them have critical injuries, the ntsb has an engineer crediting the train the engineering for putting the train into brakes early enough for thety the derailment for not to be much worse.
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do expect to get a tax refund or have received one this year. what are you doing with the money? thorn percent 31% will spend it or invest it, 6% say they will use money to splurge on shopping or vacation. tax experts, people who save tell you that you should try to balance your taxes in a way where you owe nothing, and you get nothing, but that is almost, i have found it to be impossible. i err on the side of getting money back, because the last thing i want to do is write a check to somebody. >> i feel the same way. if you get the money up front then you can invest it, but, ba, ba. >> but you're not going to do that. >> give it to them, it feels like candy. >> i think most people like getting noony back, you count on that every year. >> here is the thing, i said, my dad, my dad says, it's your money, they're not giving you.
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prize, you know what i mean? that is your money. >> that's part of your money. >> yeah, they still keep all of that. >> they do keep quite a lot of it. every year i think oh, my gosh, see how much money. >> let get on to traffic. >> you go on to moats. >> all right. >> looking at the roads, we have been telling you about the problems we developed 75 southbound, about a half an hour ago, approaching mitchell, the right two lanes are blocked at this point in time because of a multivehicle accident with injuries, i was watching some ambulances go the wrong way to get this incident on i-75. it's very difficult to see, because right now all you are seeing a is a little bit of flare from the lights in the area, but as we take a look north of there, officers are starting to divert traffic at about vine street over into that left-hand, high-speed lane only. now as more folks are starting to get out on the roads, we're starting to see a bigger backup, so you're not quite backed up to paddock, but we are starting to
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street. 75 southbound you're seeing about a 10 minute-delay as you head between town, and down past mitchell where that accident scene is. we developed another incident, i'm not sure what is going on yet, but globe avenue at wayne we have a report of police activity, we're looking into that to let you know what is going on there. no other incidents to report at this time, but we're starting to see volume of traffic pick up in the usual spots, i-75 near kyle. >> typical will, and the weather anything but typical. 70s coming today. and 70 degrees, spring-like feel for the day. no rain today like we had yesterday, and yesterday there's a report of a tornado north of dayton, around fill pes burg, ohio. we had ohio storms lift through the cincinnati area, as they lift north of cincinnati that is where we saw a report of a tornado was an ef1 tor tad know, tornado or,
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footage of tornado as it moved through the philips burg area, thankfully again no injuries from that tornado. i have that on my facebook page if you want to take a closer look. there's a look at the radar. we don't anticipate any rain today. the system that brought us, rain to the north, has moved to the east. high pressure, that's going to mean nice day, clouds southwest of cincinnati. to the west i'm tracking another storm system developing back here in the nation's mid system producing showers and storms in portions of iowa. this is going to play a part in our weather during the overnight hours and today in the morning. today warm, beautiful weather, sun through the clouds later, tonight a few storms in the mix, some of those could potentially be strong as he with work our way through the overnight hours, we will have to monitor that, very quickly, as we go to our tower cam, i want to take a look at tower cam if you can bring that up in the studio and take a
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across the tri-state through the morning here with a chance for a little bit of fog, that is something that we're going to keep our eyes on, as the day goes on, i do expect the sun to break you through the clouds and temperatures today a good 20 degrees above-normal with highs expected into the lower 70s, now you want to enjoy this weather, because i tell you big changes are coming as we get into the upcoming weekend. we expect temperatures to get cooler through the tri-state with a big cool down, shower chance right side going to return as we move into the weekend as well. there will be big changes on the way are by the time we reach the weekend. today though, it's just going to be beautiful use with temperatures expected to climb into the low 70s, again, we will see some clouds this morning, but more of a blend of sunshine and clouds as we work our way through the afternoon, and into the evening hours. let's take a look at the 12-hour forecast. you will notice temperatures in the low 50s as we start the day, we will start out with mainly cloudy skies, as we get
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begin to see a bit more sunshine peeking through the clouds, temperatures warming late morning through the 60s, even actually when he will hit we will hit the highs in the low 70s through the sunshine and clouds. low visibility at madison, and 2 1/2 miles visibility at the airport. some of that is creeping toward the cincinnati area. we will continue to watch that. there's the low pressure i was talking about, warm airhead of it today. but the fronted moves in late tonight into tomorrow morning and it moves through early tomorrow morning bringing that chance for showers and storms following this system quiet weather coming tomorrow, but a few showers return to the mix as we get into the day on thursday as that cooler air works in and we're in a marginal risk of severe weather. that is stuff we're going to have to keep a close watch on as we move through tonight something that we could see the possibility of some severe weather there. 65 morning showers, tomorrow, breezy and 59 thursday, there's
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into the weekend, highs in the 40s with a few showers into the weekend. guys, back to you. 6:21 ohio headed to the polls today. how about casting a dream vote. we want to know who would you vote for president if could could be anybody you like. and looking for a rin the middle of a time when senior povertyt is increasing. republicans and some democratsp came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-living
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over our dead bodies if you cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and expand benefits for people who desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders,
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american workers brought us back from the crash. now, let's move forward. 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 installed by the end of her first term. we've gotta create new jobs and industries of the future. i'm hillary clinton and i
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also trending now, a horse is getting attention not for his racing but for his attire. a costume designer made this outfit three suit piece for a horse. it is to celebrate the horse in engrand. it required harris tweed from scotland. >> i wonder how much it cost. >> it you could nominate anybody in the world to be president,
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facebook today. >> my mom, she would kill it. >> a lot of people just kind having fun with it. we will check a little bit of both as we go through it. >> chuck says li am nesan. skills that make me a nightmare for people. it's the most interesting people in the world. >> checking it in mike rose, dirty job. it's because i believe he would do a lost good for this country, plus he is an animal lover. >> ma'am lagets a little more serious, how about a single parent who has had to work two jobs to not their kids themselves and decide which bills to pay and which ones could wait until next pay day, and had to figure out child care, and i have had as many as three jobs at a time. and we thank you.
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important on air, but looks good on a farm. he is smart articulate, it seems like he would be a great neighbor and friend. ron rob for president. >> he is so kind. the next one, bill pullman. >> we're going to live, we're going to survive. >> he will get in that plane and he will go fly those aliens. today we will declare our independence day. >> and will smith is his best buddy. >> we want to you to join the conversation, too. just like the local 12 page on facebook and share your thoughts. wine additives, what is really in that bottle.
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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 of this advertising.cont 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
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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. 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 live up to his or her potential. i'm hillary clinton,
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we have to vote tomorrow, don't stay home. primary day in ohio, now at 6:30 what is a on the ballot as thousands around the tri-state head to the polls. we are just about one minute away from the polls actually opening here in ohio for today's primary. i'm live in high park, and i will tell you why you might run into a little bit of confusion with you take a look at your ballot. normally the idea of voting twice is a very illegal thing, but adam is going to tell you why you are probably going to do that. staying darker in the morning, but it's going to be a nice day as the sun communicates. it's the pick day of the week. >> temperatures expected in the 70s, the one thing i'm watching this morning is the possibility of some fog, now from cincinnati to point south and west that, is where we are seeing some fog for incident, quart mile visibility inside madison indiana, we likely have
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kentucky, and generally across the metro month problems just yet, but that fog is creeping up the ohio river valley from the southwest. i will continue to monitor that through the morning. a look downtown, temperatures are in the 50s, nice and mild for this time of year, mid-and upper 50s, at airport at 55, it's 54 degrees currently at harrison, there's nothing on radar, we're not looking for any rain in our picture today, we're looking at dry conditions. for the kids going to the bus, clouds, 53 as we start out, mid-50s by the lunch hour, we will see the clouds slowly clear out with the temperatures in headed in the low 70s by late this afternoon, and the weather system has moved off to the east, but there's another one to the west of us, this one is going to bring a chance for the rain and storms, and detailed him line detailedtime line and a look head to a mix a cool air that makes it come back on the tri-state. for now let's go to jen dalton with a check on morning traffic. >> reporter: we have only had
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mitchell in the southbound direction, right in that construction zone and as many as five vehicles were reportedly involved in this accident scene which is kind of difficult to see because of the flare, well, it looks like perhaps, maybe we have cleared at least one lane. let's take a look at the camera north of there. there's 75 at vine street. it looks like they're still diverting traffic into the the left-hand lane as you head southbound toward mitchell. traffic was on a 10 minute-delay, but to me it looks like maybe that accident scene is beginning to clear, as you are getting ready to head out the door, maybe bit time you get to mitchell that accident has cleared. i will keep an eye on that, one other incident i wanted to update just serving a warrant, officers were at warren and wayne, police activity has cleared. john. 6:32 the polls are officially open as the big day
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siding who is going to represent everybody in the ohio election. and adam clements is live at the bries presbyterian church at high park, to explain why when you get that pal lot you ballot you might get confused. >> reporter: we have a crowd waiting to cast their ballot. if you were watching at 5:00, i whacked you through the con -- i walked you through the confusion if you are looking, particularly if you have a republican ballot. if you missed this at 5:30i 5:30, i will explain this again for you. there's a three separate columns, there's a section for the gop candidates, they're listed on the left and they're listed again in the second row, lies. i will tell you why they're listed like that, the one on the left, that is where you're voting for who you want to receive the at large delegates, and that is the column really
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that is the one that is going to determine who is represented at the convention in a couple of months. the column at the right, those votes are professional to each congressional district, i spoke with and he says the party is doing the best it can to work through this confusion. >> the language that comes on the ballot in hamilton county, comes out of the secretary of state as well as the ohio republican party dispz and its rule making. we are working with them to try to clarify this for folks and give information about why this is happening. >> reporter: again, this is only the republican ballot. the democratic party ballot, and the green party ballot are unaffected by this. the best thing you can do to play it safe, if you want a certain candidate check them both on each column. the one on the left is the one that matters most. make sure to make the switch at star 64 at 7:00, we will have another update at high park.
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adam clement, local 12, sheila. many. another primary. >> it's the democratic battle for the u.s. senate. ted strickland has been the governor of ohio and a member of congress. and the although at the do differ on some issues like gun control, the both criticize the fall. >> i believe in supporting the working middle-class. he has consistently supported the billionaire class, i believe a woman has a right to choose whether or not to have an abortion and to control her own healthcare. he is opposed to that. >> i think he has been wrong on economy. his favored those on the top. i think it's wrong to tell women what to did with their bodies and dictate healthcare decisions tor them. there's a third candidate in
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she described herself as an it activity in healthcare. >> we are taking a look at early number of votes. john houston says it's more than 400,000, that is more than four years ago. board of elections says people exceeded voting by mail making up 34% of all early voting. polling parties started dry runs last night to make sure they had all the kifngz worked out kinks worked out by morning. be sure to stay with local 12 news as the votes are counted. we will talk to voters and the public is welcome to join her there, and we will have coverage at 11:00 and 12:00. the browser a brother of a pastor will be arraigned in court. he is accused of shooting a pastor. the 68-year-old man has a history of mental illness.
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aggravated murder, felonious assault and having weapons under disability. a new restaurant is opening in crescent springs today, it's called joela's hot ching. it's the thing to say. are you noticing the theme in northern kentucky. the restaurant specialize inside southern charm and there it is, nashville's iconic food, that fried, hot ching, the rawrn opens restaurantopens on high street in center this morning. it's joining another place that opened earlier this week. if you're a star trek lover, the cincinnati fellow's library is celebrating the 50th anniversary with a new exhibit opening today. part of the comic-con, and there will be memorabilia from the franchise and items representing the original series, the new film will be displayed on downtown and vine street. you don't have to go today. >> i love star trek the next generations and i love the new
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you are making fun of me. >> i have seen here sneak a peek at deep space 9. >> yeah? >> it's boring. >> all of the star trek people hate it. >> i certainly love that one. >> it's 6:30. >> she is a jon luke pickard. drinking a glass of wine after work, but what is in that glass. we will share result of a study. this funnel thing, it sh's shoo.
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happening this thorning, the morning, the weather service is going to determine if a tornado of touched down. >> they watched that tornado tear through a barn. >> we were so thankful that it was in the field and not the school, yeah. and just cross in my mind in calling the parent and telling them that students were hurt or dead, even, it was scary. i can imagine so. look at the damage that was left behind, and you see it coming and there's nothing you can do. >> and that woman who we heard when we went to commercial break, she watched it coming out
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her barn, and the out building it would be terrifying. >> we see video of that stuff more and more you ba of the access to video is much easier. but i can't imagine being the person there shooting that video and seeing that close to me. i mean, john has been that close to that kind of activity. we had a store' last week where the woman it came on top of her, and she had to protect herself with a coke machine. >> the fedex driver. >> it was dangerously close. >> glad everyone is okay. the end of a campaign, how today's primary could affect, democratic, and republican presidential remare. >> when -- primary. >> when she showed me change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder
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education. opportunity. reform. bernie. i'm bernie sanders
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you this this morning, two chicago police officer right side hurt after they were shot during an investigation. all three were hit in their lower body and should be okay. the officers were investigating possible narcotic activity and stopped and talked to main and woman. that is when the man took out a handgun and started firing at the officers of the the civilian was shot and killed during this evening. voters in five states including ohio will head to the polls today hoping to slow democrat, hillary clinton's momentum, and bernie sanders is looking for upsets, in ohio, missouri, and ohio.
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florida and a trump win there, would spell the end of rubio's campaign. >> he won't clench it but he will have a complanding lead complanding complanding lead in delegates. >> making the super tuesday even more of a do or die day for his campaign. and developing this morning, north korean leader kim jong-un, is warning of more ballistic missiles tests, and he says they're capable of carrying nuclear war heads. he has -- russia is starting to withdraw most of its sources from syria. that country's president, vladimir putin says that russia has a sheefd its objectives.
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cease-fire that has curved the fighting in recent weeks. many of you might be surprised by what is in your wine. christopher knoll from wire magazine, studied the contents of moderately priced wine. there could be more than 200 potential additives, including sul fight, and even a chemical that kills living organisms in the wine. experts say inconsistent grape harvest force wine makers to use additives to make sure that each bottle of wine taste the same. trending now a new york woman is laughing this morning, but checkout this very stern picture of her that was a snap on splash mountain, how could you look like that on splash mountain. she is known as grumpy mom on social media. there's a good story. >> it was a long day, i had bronchitis, and i had a crying
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that he didn't have it in him to ride my favorite ride. by the time we got to there, i didn't know where the camera, and i guessed and took over the picture. >> he said he wouldn't go to the splash mountain with his wife. and the famous american gothic painting and sky diving, and someone replaced her face with the infamous grumpy cat. >> it's so good. >> the fact that she went in there sort of without that flan der that face, and this is how i'm going to do this. i'll show him. >> she has been going through all of that stuff and all she wanted to do was ride a ride. >> i can't believe. >> it's splash mountain. >> it's the best ride. >> it's probably my favorite ride. >> i know that. >> it's there at the end. >> the fact that he posted that picture on facebook, says a
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>> like -- he likes poking the bear. >> i get it when you're at disney world. we're talking about earlier, you got to go. >> you have to go on everything. >> you just gave up a year of your children's college tuition to get. >> you got to get your money's worth. >> keep marching. >> go. >> no doubt. >> no doubt. >> that's a look at the roads. we are doing much better than now that we cleared out that problem on the southbound direction. it had been blocking all but one lane near mitchell, and as you can see, traffic is moving fine. we're no longer seeing a delay head through the mitchell area. all lanes are currently now open. i do have a report of an accident, at half circle court. that is on the eastside, i don't think it made it to the map yet, it didn't reportedly involve a school bus, but there were no kids involved. john gumm has been mentioning fog and we are seeing
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split, also you go a little further north of there, you can see i-71/i-75 at ridgewood some fog on the cameras there, but it looks like normal travel times in the areas, it doesn't look like anything that is visibility reduction. yeah. >> you see it kind of creep up the river, though, jen, that is something i want to watch through the morning, the fog has been thick as you get through the indiana. a rt quart of a mile, it's starting to creep from the southwest. watch for thick fog as you travel south and west of downtown cincinnati, this fog will continue to kind of creep up the river as we go through the morning, so some patchy, dense fog certainly a possibility, especially from cincinnati and points south and west. that is immune from down, no fog there, cloudy skies at the weather camera, a warm day ahead of us, we're going to be in the 70s, today we watch for a possibility of thunderstorms, that will be after midnight and the predawn hours tomorrow, by the weekend, we will see quite a
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55, it is nowhere near chilly. that is way above-normal for this time of the year, winds calm, and the humidity at 94%. temperatures start in the 50s, we will make our way into the 50s late morning. start with clouds, areas of fog, again a possibility by noon, we're at 65, becoming partly cloudy into the afternoon, we make our way into 71 late day e they have a blend of a clouds and filtered sunshine, today the pick day of the week. nothing is showing up on radar around here, things quiet after that storm system that brought us some rain, thunderstorms yesterday has moved off to the east. high pressure over us now, but there's another weather system developing in the nation's midsection bring rain and storms to parts of iowa. this low pressure center is going to track toward the great lakes, as that does, it's going to bring a line of rain in the area, clouds, thin, and temperatures in the low 70s in most spots, tonight we see the clouds thicken up. early tomorrow morning, it's around 3:00 a.m., kind of a
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some embedded thunderstorms moving toward the tri-state. these could contain gusty winds, this is around 4:00 tomorrow morning, by morning drive tomorrow, that rain will be out of here, though. it's a very early event tomorrow. some of the storms, however, could be strong or severe, late tonight and early tomorrow morning, we're in a marginal risk toward severe weather. the primary threat would be damaging winds and possibility of hail. 50s tomorrow morning, we clear the rain out early. skies clear tomorrow morning, we head for a hirer temperature of mid-60s, and through tomorrow night, can't rule out a shower even on thursday, there's a chance for a shower, 40s in the morning, thursday, thursday afternoon, and we start to see a few showers here and there, temperatures well, much cooler, highs in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. here is the planning forecast. 71, beautiful today, the chance forever a thunderstorm, late tonight, early tomorrow, and breezy, cooler 65 tomorrow and then we get cooler toward the
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day, 59, isolated showers and 40s into the weekend. spring begins on sunday, it won't feel like it around the high of 46, there will be a few showers, hit or miss into the weekend, the best chance comes sunday even a chance extending there into the day on monday, but there's the weekend forecast, a chill definitely in the air as we head into the weekend, with highs in the 40s and a few showers. we want to say a quick hello to the students at north point elementary at hebron, had a hurricane generating machine. had my tornado generator, i'm not sure how much they learned, but they had a lot of fun. checkout the video on my facebook page. >> he has a tornado generator.
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