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a life-saving drug may soon be as easy to buy in ohio as cough syrup.that's right.. in a few hours.. c-v-s officials are expected to announce that their pharmacies will start selling narcan.that's the drug that can prevent heroin overdose deaths.jordan burgess is live with a closer look at the impact this could have. pretty soon you'll be able to walk into the doors of this c-v-s and buy narcan like you would cough drops.the question we're asking is will it be enough to slow overdose deaths
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we want to show you what over-the-counter narcan looks like.it usually comes in a nasal spray and costs about 80 to 100 dollars.c-v-s would be the first major drug store chain to start selling narcan in ohio.a law passed last year allowed people to buy narcan over the counter at pharmacies.. but the problem is few have offered it.by our count only eight pharmacies in the tri-state sell it.. and only 26 statewide.the drug can save someone who's overdosed with heroin.ohio has seen an increase in overdose deaths in recent years. a large percentage of those from heroin. a drug forum is set for today in toledo with state and federal officials and c-v-s. that's when we'll find out when c-v-s will make narcan available.reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on your side. breaking in the live alert center.today the world health
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emergency meeting to get a zika virus... the group will decide if the outbreak should be declared an international health crisis... they say it's spreading at an explosive pace... according to the c-d-c it is spread by mosquitoes, is in more than 20 countries, including the u-s. also breaking...the c-d-c could declare the e-coli outbreak over as soon as today...at chipotle stores in nine different states.people familiar with the government's investigation announced this over the weekend.. more than 50 people were sickened with e-coli from the outbreak.a criminal investigation of chipotle is now underway. all eyes this morning on iowa... as voters head to the polls during the first major battle during the 2016 presidential election.and gop candidates are pulling out all of the stops trying to win over last second voters. "i don't care if you are
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temperature.//(flash) get out of bed and caucus." the latest poll shows that man... donald trump... leading the g-o-p race - now five points ahead of ted cruz. cruz's campaign... also fighting back this morning over controversial mailers... telling iowa voters their turnout will be *graded* by state election officials.iowa election officials blasted the mailer as misleading... but cruz is refusing to apologize. on the democratic side... it's a tight race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. sanders' volunteers knocked on 75-thousand doors this weekend alone.he finds himself points. "what our job is in the next 24 hours is to make sure there is a large voter turnout." meanwhile... clinton got some last-second support on the campaign trail from her husband... bill and daughter... chelsea. a group of local high school students are getting a real world lesson in politics. they're watching the iowa caucuses... *in* iowa.
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high school in cleves... at some of this weekend's campaign rallies.the students in the school's a-p government and politics class make the trip almost every year ... they met ben carson and hillary clinton saturday.they also made it to trump, sanders and cruz rallies.the students were supposed head home tomorrow. but they may get an early start today to miss a snowstorm. for the first time ever- kentucky will have their own republican caucus.instead of voting for a presidential nominee in may - republicans will caucus next month. the change was approved by the republican national committe to allow senator rand paul to keep his seat while he runs for president.the cacus will be from 10 to 4 on saturday march 5th.the republican national committee is covering the total cost.democrats will not vote until may. and you will want to stay with 9 on your side and a-b-c news all day .we will have the results from the iowa caucuses as they come in.be sure to get the 9 on your side app for
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winners get announced. two of the three men accused of robbing federal judge susan dlott and her husband stan chesley at gunpoint will be in court today...on additional charges. charges. terry jackson and demetrius williams will answer to three charges of aggravated burglary.they already face 49 felony counts for the accused robbery in november..judge susan dolt and her husband... attorney stanley chesley... were home during the burglary. chesley suffered a broken pelvis after being pushed down steps.dlott had to run barefoot through the woods to get help. if convicted on "those" charges...the suspects face more than a hundred years in prison. a crime alert has students paying more attention in and around campus at u-c ... ...u-c police say a group of people approached a student outside the chipotle on calhoun street saturday night....and took their cell phone.the student started yelling - whicih may have worked - the suspect threw the phone back and ran away!u-c police are reminding students to always travel in groups...
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a man is found after being shot twice.now investigators need your help finding the suspect.where the victim was found...coming up. and new leadership.a judge as to who will run a local apartment complex that's been neglected...and the plans to bring it up to code. it's a cloudy start to our isolated showers continuing in towns. clouds slowly decrease this afternoon and out in the in ahead.
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police are investigating a shooting in roselawn this morning.. morning..it happened in the 78- hundred block glen-orchard avenue around 10 o'clock last night.police say they found a man shot twice...once in the in the side and once in his leg.right now he's being treated at u-c medical center...police say they don't know what led up to the shooting
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vehicle"> police say the shooter ran off-- right now they're looking for a suspect.all they have to go on right now is that he's a heavy set man who drove off in a 2 door black car.if you have any information call police. happening today... the future of a troubled apartment complex is up in the air... as a judge prepares to hand it over to someone who can take care of it. it.9 on your side first told you about this story last friday.the judge ruled that "p-f holdings" was in default for failing to fix more than 18-hundred violations at five "public nuisance" buildings. she'll appoint a receiver today to ensure those buildings are brought up to code. thousands of people paid their respects to former hamilton police officer and butler county sheriff, dick holzberger. holzberger.the honor guard saluted him inside the princeton pike church of god in liberty township.holzberger died from a stroke last week. week.our partners at the
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pictures.holtezenberger was the county sheriff from 1989-1993 and remained a leader in the community even after retiring fromthe force.. he was 70-years-old. a car that drives itself.today that idea becomes a reality. where it's going into production...to adapt to real life. the breakfast of champions. gmts takes on the task of the butler county donut trail.what we found along the way. it's a cloudy start to our monday forecast with a few isolated showers continuing in our very southern and eastern towns. clouds slowly decrease this afternoon and temperatures top out in the upper 40s. stronger storms return on tuesday, i'm timing
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gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 5 on 9 on your side!" here's a live look at the national underground railroad freedom center.it's february first - the beginning of black history month.the freedom center was just named ohi's top hiostorial spot worth visiting ...according to flipkey - from trip advisor. many events are planned around the tri-state to recognize the month...go to wcpo dot com for a full list. now to butler county news.have you heard about this? it is called the donut trail in butler county. the butler county visitors bureau put together a list of 9 locally known donut shops in the county.
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morning running around to the 9 donut shops listed on the trail.--this is martins donuts in trenton, which features a maple bacon donut. jordan and his son gave it a try.--the donut spot in fairfield - known for thier cheesecake donut.-we also visited milton's in middletown and the oxford donut shoppe now it's your chance to tell us what your favorite donut is and where you get it.facebook or
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let get your latest nine first warning forecast. scattered showers moved through the tri-state overnight and we'll continue to see light rain activity in our very southern and eastern spots through 7 a.m. the warmest air of the day also came in overnight with a high of 53. we'll cool to 42-450f for the morning rush with mostly cloudy skies. temperatures slowly rebound today as clouds slowly decrease. we'll end up with afternoon temperatures around storms are likely tuesday evening/night and some of the storm prediction center under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms tuesday night. damaging wind gusts. bulk of our tuesday workday will be mostly cloudy and temperatures will climb into the low 60s by the evening isolated showers midday but it would be minor at best. then, a more organized line of showers and thunderstorms will move across the tri-state
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of storms will bring in high winds, torrential downpours storms. the best window for storm activity continues until 2 p.m. but keep in mind, this timing could adjust tomorrow, timing.isolated showers to a turning partly cloudyhigh: 48 (groundhog day)mildlate night storms ( strong to severe possible)high: 61tuesday night showers and storms likelyvery
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trafficgraphic if you need to fill up ... you're in luck ...in cincinnati...you can get a gallon for $1-53 at thorntons on reading road.same price at the newport kroger ...it's $1-57 at the u-d-f in lawrenceburg.for the lowest prices in your part of town-go to wcpo dot com and click on the traffic tab. general motors is kicking its efforts to build self-driving
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gear.the g-m team will start working on it today. the move shows self-driving cars are not just as a concept for g-m any more...and the company sees them as something that can work in the real world. ready, set, shop. shop.the newest grocery store opening it's doors today.and
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today is national frozen yogurt day...and if you have a
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some froyo for free here in the tri state. state.at menchie's frozen yogurt in west chester and fairfield ..you can get a free six ounce cup of froyo.but only between the hours of four p-m and seven p-m.you'll also get a 20-percent off coupon to use on your next visit. happening this morning..a grand opening celebration for the newest aldi store. store.it's in the 13 hundred block of monmouth street in newport.starting at 9 this morning there will be a sweepstakes for a year of produce....samples of products to try and the golden ticket distribution...where the first 100 shoppers get a gift card - of varying amounts. trending now in the tri-state. state.the live performance of "grease". "grease".dancing with the stars' julianne hough starred as sandy.some are saying she was the scene stealer.former
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she played rizzo.she certainly had a tough time putting on a smile.just before the show hudgens announced her dad had died just the day before. tonight the bachelor is on at 8 o'clock..and country singer lee brice will make a special appearance.but it's not just him...michelle collins-the view co-host. co-host.and lacy chabert from mean girls...will be there to help give ben advice.and stick with it ...after the show ... it's the bachelor live at 10 o'clock. robots are called out to preble county when several bombs are discovered.where officials found the handmade
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it's a cloudy start to our monday forecast with a few isolated showers continuing in our very southern and eastern towns. clouds slowly decrease this afternoon and temperatures top out in the upper 40s. stronger storms return on tuesday, i'm timing
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we know what we do the best. we do problem solving. the cincinnati police chief's plan of action will be revealed today.what we expect to hear him say. a bicyclist is hit while riding over the weekend.what police are saying the woman behind the wheel was "on" when
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welcome back...i'm chris riva. riva.and i'm kathrine nero. you're waking up to wet roads ...meteorologist jennifer ketchmark can tell us what we can expect for the rest of the day ... it's a cloudy start to our monday forecast with a few isolated showers continuing in our very southern and eastern towns. clouds slowly decrease this afternoon and temperatures top out in the upper 40s. stronger storms return on tuesday, i'm timing
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this morning cincinnati police chief eliot isaac will outline his plan to reduce violent crime.... 9 on your side has been working all morning to give you an idea on what chief isaac's plan will involve. reporter kristen swilley joins us live from the police department with what she's found. it's been little more than a month since chief isaac was sworn in. his top priority? one that's an ongoing struggle for the police department...r educing violent crime. shortly after taking office isaac met with command staffers to outline his priorities --- put more officers on the streets, upgrade in-car computers, get new radios and push ahead on body cameras. the 26 year veteran said boosting technology along with community policing could help reduce violent crime. citywide, cincinnati saw 492 shootings last year....up from 383 the year before. nearly a 30 percent jump.... though homicide and rape... two major categories of violent crime have steadily decreased since 2011.
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we do problem solving. we do community engagement and we enforce violent crime. that's what we're going to focus on." today's council law and public safety committee meeting starts at 10:00 am right here at city hall. reporting live...kristen swilley...9 on your side. chief isaac ...city manager harry black and mayor john cranley are hosting the latest in a series of community meetings tonight. tonight.this one is focused on district 3, in westwood. they're looking for input on ways to curb violent crime. tonight's meeting is from 6:30 until 8:30 at westwood town hall on harrison avenue. people in preble county are being told to be careful opening their mailboxes, after explosive devices were found in 3 different boxes saturday. saturday.according to our partners at the journal-news, the devices were made up of a chemical mixture inside 2-liter soda bottles.no one was hurt.the butler county sheriff's office brought in their remote-controlled robots to remove the explosives.call the preble county sheriff's office if you know who's responsible.
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survive this morning after deputies say a woman high on drugs hit him, and didn't stop. stop.the wreck happened yesterday on kellogg near asbury in anderson township. investigators say melinda woodall crossed the shoulder in her jeep, and hit michael prater on his bike.listen to the 9-1-1 call from a witness, all new this morning. :05 i am on us 52 at the intersection of asbury road. we were driving toward new richmond and in the oncoming direction someone hit someone on their bike. i don't even know if they stopped. i saw them hit the windshield and they drove off. :25 :25deputies say prater was wearing a helmet, which likely saved his life.they say they found woodall about 5 miles away, hiding after she ditched her jeep.she's charged with aggravated vehicular assault and leaving the scene of an accident. the former campus safety director for thomas more college is headed to court today. today.robert marshall was
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week after being indicted on 32 child pornography charges. investigators say the pictures were discovered on his home computer last year.marshall was taken into custody and booked into the kenton county jail.his first court hearing is at 1-30... and 9 on your side will be there! the person wanted in a double shooting in north college hill is behind bars. bars.police say two teens were shot on goodman avenue near hamilton avenue just before eight o-clock saturday night. the alleged shooter ran away... but was later caught by officers.the gunman's name has not been released... and both of the teens shot - are expected to survive. starting today, you can find out exactly how butler county has spent your money over the past 2 years. years.it's the latest county to sign up for ohiocheckbook dot com.you're looking live at the website now.butler county hopes it will make its financial information more transparent to taxpayers.they plan to update the data every
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you can help save lives.the effort that started with one local man that's now putting a lot of strangers into the same database ----helping others around the country. severe weather on the west coast.the high winds that knocked down dozens of trees and left thousands in the dark.. it's a cloudy start to our monday forecast with a few isolated showers continuing in our very southern and eastern towns. clouds slowly decrease this afternoon and temperatures top out in the upper 40s. stronger storms return on tuesday, i'm timing
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here's a live look outside this morning.it's time/temp..on this first day of february.9 first warning meterologist, jennifer ketchmark, will have your minutes.
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california is seeing it all.on the left side of your screen is video from san diego, where storms brought down trees, crushing cars and killing one person. on the right side is farther north in the bakersfield, where winter weather is causing problems for drivers. several crashes there are being blamed on black ice. a tri-state father of two, overwhelmed by efforts to save his life. in 20-14, doug stoutenborough was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia and needs a bone marrow transplant.no one in his family is a match.so yesterday - friends helped organize a bone marrow drive to try to find a match!two hundred people showed up.
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don't have a perfect match...i'm faced with something that's hard to deal with but because of our faith and our strength in the lord i know it's going to be alright."> alright.">everyone swabbed at the drive will be put into the national database... so even if they aren't a match for their friend... they could save another person's life... you can still help.just head to wcpo dot com to learn how to get on the national registry. happening today... a familiar cincinnati landmark will be going red... in support of "go red for women" month. month.the christ hospital tower at the top of mt. auburn will be lit up in red all month long.it's to bring awareness to heart disease and stroke in women.all babies born at the christ hospital this month will also get a handmade knit cap in support of go red for women.by the way... this friday is national wear red day. 9 on your side is out to make your month! we're partnering with u-s bank, handing out free money!
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the streets, handing out 100 dollars -4 days a week. you don't have to do anything, we are picking people at random all around the tri-state. and every friday, we are picking a special someone and giving them a 500 dollar surprise.it will be a february to remember as our surprise patrol hands out free money to some of you. you can catch our surprise patrol reports all through february on 9 on your side at 6pm. the reds players are in town after a whirlwind trip.where they finished up this years caravan...and the fan that beat billy hamilton in a race. a painting has been returned to its owner.what the man was wearing when he brought inside the pizza shop caught workers by surprise. it's a cloudy start to our monday forecast with a few isolated showers continuing in our very southern and eastern towns. clouds slowly decrease
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temperatures top out in the upper 40s. stronger storms return on tuesday, i'm timing
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after a busy road trip... the cincinnati reds are back home this morning.but they didn't spend their weekend running the bases... bases...instead... they spent it with the fans... the 2016 reds caravan came to an end yesterday at the florence mall.dozens of fans lined up to meet with some of the new guys on the roster.as well as ask questions from fans like cody rogers.
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american ball park on thursday... and made stops around the tri-state over the weekend. and check this out... a little girl challenged reds speedster billy hamilton to a race. hamilton gave her a head start... but it wasn't enough. the girl beat hamilton... who took off his authentic jersey... autographed it... and handed it over to her as a reward. lawrenceburg native, nick goepper, went for the gold again in the 'x' games slope style over the weekend.he had won the aspen gold three games in a row...prior to this weekends games.but the most dominant skier in this sport since tanner hall had a very rough day, he places tenth out of 12
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finishing the competition eleventh out of the 12-entrants. entrants. it didn't feel like skiing weather in the tri-state this weekend!wow!now let's check in with your nine first warning weather. scattered showers moved through the tri-state overnight and we'll continue to see light rain activity in our very southern and eastern spots through 7 a.m. the warmest air of the day also came in overnight with a high of 53. we'll cool to 42-450f for the morning rush with mostly cloudy skies. temperatures slowly rebound
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decrease. we'll end up with afternoon temperatures around 48 at 4 p.m. showers and storms are likely tuesday evening/night and some of these storms could be severe. the storm prediction center has most of the tri-state under a slight risk for severe thunderstorms tuesday night. the greatest risk would be damaging wind gusts. currently, it looks like the bulk of our tuesday workday forecast will be dry. skies will be mostly cloudy and temperatures will climb into the low 60s by the evening rush. we can't rule out a few isolated showers midday but it would be minor at best. then, a more organized line of showers and thunderstorms will move across the tri-state mainly after 7 p.m. this line of storms will bring in high winds, torrential downpours and that threat of severe storms. the best window for storm activity continues until 2 p.m. but keep in mind, this timing could adjust tomorrow, so come back for more detailed timing.morning rushisolated showers to southa little cooler low: 43mondaymostly cloudy startturning partly cloudy high: 48monday nightpartly cloudycoolerlow: 36tuesday (groundhog day)mostly cloudy and mildlate night storms ( strong to severe possible) high: 61tuesday nightshowers and storms likelyvery windy
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traffic this story shows darth vader may be going a little soft. soft.someone stole a star wars- themed painting from a columbus pizza shop 2 weeks ago. ago.they put out a call on
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portrait of r-2-d-2.workers admit they never really thought they'd see it again, until a guy in a stormtrooper helmet showed up with the painting, wrapped in a black trash bag, with a note. "and i saw it on the back and i was like 'there a note. and it was from darth vadar.' we didn't know, i mean, he didn't take his mask off so we weren't sure what's going on and i think sometimes you get a little nervous in those situations." situations." the staff actually thought they were being robbed at first!but now, they plan on displaying the note along with the painting, and keeping a closer eye on both. campaign kick-off...with a soothing tune.the event happening tonight to help raise money for artswave and where you can get tickets.
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pants that quarterback cam newton wore as he left north carolina yesterday are already
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monday forecast with a few isolated showers continuing in our very southern and eastern towns. clouds slowly decrease this afternoon and temperatures top out in the upper 40s. stronger storms return on tuesday, i'm timing out when they move in ahead. artswave is kicking off its community campaign with a special concert tonight. tonight. if you're not familiar with artswave, it supports more than 100 diffrerent music, dance, theatre and other community arts organizations in the tri- state.tonight's concert features this man, world-class pianist awadagin pratt, u-c president santa ono on cello, and the mycincinnati youth
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hall at u-c.tickets are 75 dollars. super bowl week is officially underway... this is new video of the vince lombardi trophy, now on display in san francisco...it is made of sterling silver and weighs nearly 7 pounds. after the super bowl matchup between the broncos and the panthers, the trophy will be engraved with the names of the winning team. quarterback cam newton's pants stole the show during the carolina panthers' sendoff to the super bowl...the zebra- printed tights turned heads as newton boarded the team's bus to the airport yesterday afternoon...the pants are made by versace and unfortunately,
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starting today the butler county sheriff's office offering a safe place for exchanges for online purchases. purchases.we first told you about it here on gmts.sheriff jones says there is always a potential for danger when meeting a complete stranger and with the safe place-this can ensure safety for both parties. parties.the exchange location will be in the main lobby of the butler county jail. exchanges can take place 7 days a week between 8 am and 8 pm. fighting the heroin epedmic. the national store starting to sell narcan -over the counter....when this will
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