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it's a frosty start to our morning with temps near 20. skies will be clear for the first half of the day, turning partly cloudy this afternoon. our high improves to 41. temperatures warm through the weekend. saturday's high reaches 45, sunday at 49. enjoy the dry, partly cloudy
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a surprising revelation online.. as a high profile custody battle takes a turn. turn.the father of two-year-old kinsley kinner.. who police believe died from abuse.. says he's not the dad of the new baby kinsley's mother just had while in custody.jordan burgess is live to sort out what this means. what started when two-year old kinsley was first taken here to children's hospital with injuries police call abuse... has now ended for one father with this facebook post... "well man the baby isn't mine... just glad i'm with good friends and dads with me right now at this pool tournamnet, i'm sorry everyone... i tried"
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posted photos of the nursery he was creating for the baby that he planned to fight to get custody of.senft is the father of kinsley.. who police say died in december after suffering what they called excessive physical discipline. kinsley's mom.. rebekah .. who just had the new baby.. is accused of allowing the abuse to happen.her boyfriend at the time bradley young is facing a murder charge in kinsley's death.we talked to rebekah kinner's attorney who says she had a brief relationship with a friend before she found out she was pregnant. rebekah had the baby monday.. she named him wyatt.. the same name as a boy who got kinsley's donated lungs. reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on your side. a young girl is recovering this morning after being hit in a crosswalk by a woman who is waking up in jail. jail.take a look at this security video from brogan oil on glenway.you can see three
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and one gets thrown onto winfield avenue.ruby estepp was behind the wheel - and didn't stop.she's been cited for driving while suspended arrested with outstanding warrants. amy loechel/witnesses hit and run062806 she really wasn't saying nothing, she was really unconscious, unresponsive. she didn't even answer to her mom. mom.we also showed the video to former west price hill community council president joe hirth.he told us he thinks that intersection should be looked at for improvements. the only two democrats vying for the party's nomination took the stage in a debate in new hampshire last night.. night.. the debate was hosted by m-s-n-b-c and was full of fire out of the gate. so i think it's time to end the very artful smear you're campaign has been carrying out in recent weeks and let's talk about the issues. i'm very proud to be the only candidate up here that doesn't have a
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huge amounts of money from wall street and special interest. interest. the candidates both targeted one another and also agreed on several topics. the discussion ranged from healthcare reform, to the collapse on wall street and traditional politics. the fact that major banks after major bank has reached multi billion dollar settlements with the us government when we have a weak regulatory system tells me that not only did we have to bail them out once, if we don't break them up we're going to have to bail them out again and i don't want to see that happen.it's a broader target list than just wall street and we have to be very focused on how we try to take back the power and increase the empowerment of the american people. people. the discussion on terrorism and capital punishment also
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well as current news out of flint michigan and the ongoing water crisis there. 9 on your side teamed up with politifact, one of the most respected fact checking groups in the nation the candidate's remarks ... and hold them accountable for what they are telling you. our first fact check of the debate comes from a statement bernie sanders made about workers in america.. and why millions are giving up on the political process: "millions of americans are giving up on the political process.. and they're giving up on the political process because they understand the econmy is rigged. they are working longer hours for low wages. they are worried about the future of their kids, and yet almost all the new income and wealth is going to the top 1%" 1%" our team at politifact rated that statement - half true.he made a couple claims here. first -- that americans work longer hours for low wages.. according to labor statistics.. on average, they're not.as far as "almost all" new income going to the
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*has*... but not *almost all* of it.because sanders exaggerated parts of that statement, politifact gives it a "half true" rating. that will not be the only fact-check of the debate.we'll have more "truth ratings" coming up at 6.. and on wcpo dot com and our mobile app. the next republican presidential debate is tomorrow night.. you can watch that right here on nine on your side starting at eight o-clock. a-b-c world news tonght anchor david muir and chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz will moderate. breaking now the lebanon police department has issued a silver alert for a missing adult out of lebanon, indiana. indiana.police are looking for 78 year old william f. russel. they say he could be disoriented and require medical attention.russel stands 5 foot 10 inches and weighs around 190 pounds. police say he was last seen wearing white shoes, blue pants a turtleneck, and a burgendy windbreaker with the words "cool lake" printed on it.he could be driving a 2007 blue chrysler town and country
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2-9-5-a-c-s. the gift of money for one local university could cause some new problems.why students at nku are trying to stay positive it's a frosty start to our morning with temps near 20. skies will be clear for the first half of the day, turning partly cloudy this afternoon. our high improves to 41. temperatures warm through the weekend. saturday's high reaches 45, sunday at 49. enjoy the dry, partly cloudy and warmer weekend!
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now at havertys furniture, it's our annual presidents day sale. which means it's the perfect time to create the perfect home. now through february 15th, everything in our store is on sale. plus, we're offering thirty-six month, no interest financing. come in today for our best prices of the year. with havertys, your home can be perfect. even when life isn't. sfx: knocking. we're early! the presidents day sale. from classic to contemporary,
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they say if it sounds too good to be true...it probably is. that's the situation at northern kentucky university. governor bevin's proposed budget would give n-k-u extra funding. but it's also calling for less spending.. it would take $10.7 million dollars in new annual funding to bring the university up to the state average. the governor has proposed increasing the university's state appropriation by that amount over the next two years. but he's also proposing statewide funding cuts of 4.5 percent this fiscal year ...and 9
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years. students are remaining optimistic. 31:54 i would like to hope that it ends up being a positive number in the end but if not i guess we are where we still are. it's a great school and we've been doing great things with what we have so 05 bevins's proposed budget is now in the hands of the legislature. on saturday morning, there will be a public meeting to urge local lawmakers to reverse or reduce the proposed funding cuts. the meeting is at 9 am at the northern kentucky convention center. the northern kentucky church leader accused of sexual abuse rape and sodomy ...was also a volunteer at a local middle school. kenton county district officials confirm 54- year-old 'joseph niemeyer' volunteerd at twenhofel middle school. for three years - he helped with a 'fellowship of christian athletes club' on wednesday mornings. the club had about a dozen student members. niemeyer also worked as a youth ministry leader at 'new banklick baptist church'. the senior pastor there says he confessed to him about inappropriately touching a young girl. district officials
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with the school club - at no students. "we are definitely following up with those students and any concerns they might have because they've seen it on the news and they know him " niemeyer remains at the kenton county jail this morning. right now there is no evidence of any wrongdoing on church or school property. a lawsuit filed and now some say it could be a trend.why a woman is suing st. elizabeth first. if you have a tough time staying awake...a new invention could change that...and it won't cost you any calories. it's a frosty start to our morning with temps near 20. skies will be clear for the first half of the day, turning partly cloudy this afternoon. our high improves to 41. temperatures warm through the weekend. saturday's high reaches 45, sunday at 49. enjoy the dry, partly cloudy
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gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 5 on 9 on your side!" a dayton, kentucky woman says she lost her job - because saint elizabeth hospital held her against her will. will.it's one of two lawsuits against the hospital group for false imprisonment.now one attorney wonders if it's a pattern.another involves a woman who worked for saint e's at the time.she claims she had her daughter admitted for suicidal thoughts - then was admitted herself. (shane sidebottom/attorney 014519 her employer, the hospital, admitted her for a psych hold, billed her for that hold, and then their self-insurers' program wouldn't cover it because it was medically unnecssary that she undergo this involuntary treatment against her will. will.a saint elizabeth spokesperson told nine on your side he couldn't comment on patient matters - and pending lawsuits. we'll stay on top of this for you. if you can't make it through the day without that caffeine jolt-- but don't have time to
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with clear skies, it's a cold start with temperatures dropping to near 20 this morning. if your car is parked outside, expect frost. however, temperatures will become more mild as we being a warming trend that's just ahead of a chance for snow next week. plenty of sunshine will be around for the morning, with a few afternoon clouds moving in later. afternoon temperatures should bounce back to more seasonal levels in the low 40s. skies will be partly cloudy over the weekend, and each day should bring a slightly warmer high temperature -- 460f on saturday and 490f for a high on sunday. at times, we will see mostly cloudy skies as a couple of minor weather
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area. but in general, it's shaping up to be a nice weekend. a rain/snow mix will be possible on monday. but behind this, colder air will come in, and it supports light snow by tuesday and wednesday. we are tracking the system now. while it's too early to put exact numbers on the snow, it appears that light
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checking your money.where there's a string of counterfeit money floating around in the tri-state.how police say you can spot the fake money. and here's what you'll see
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mardi gras is next tuesday...but in northern kentucky it's this weekend. weekend.today and tomorrow take part in the 20th annual mainstrasse village mardi gras. tonight local bars will be serving special mardi gras fare and drinks.tomorrow night at 9 there will be a parade. sorry kids-all these events are for anyone over the age of 21. look twice before you put that money in your pocket-- there are counterfeit bills
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nowmiddletown police are investigating a tenant who paid his landlord for utilities in fake twenty dollar bills.the landlord said she didn't look at the money carefully and when she went to spend it at the gabe's store in middletown an employee noticed that the serial numbers were all the same butler county's prosecutor mike gmoser says they're seeing it in other places too... like wendy's and kroger. on your side tried to get in contact with the tenant who first passed the fake money-- but no one was home. a grocery store is robbed at gunpoint...but the person holding the gun could barely see over the counter.where this happened-just ahead. it's a frosty start to our morning with temps near 20. skies will be clear for the first half of the day, turning partly cloudy this afternoon. our high improves to 41. temperatures warm through the weekend. saturday's high
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cleaning up the mess left behind on columbia parkway.9 is on your side with a warning as to where crews will be blocking traffic today. welcome
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riva. and i'm kathrine nero.it's friday-you made it.and it sounds like it is going to a
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traffic i've been telling you about the mudslides on columbia parkway. and now.. part of it will be completely closed today so crews can remove loose dirt. the closure begins at nine a-m -- you'll see the cones just past torrence. the city hasn't said when the lanes will reopen....but i'll
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we've all heard it before. parents if you have a gun make sure you keep it locked away from children. children.a mother in florida wishes she'd done just that. her eight year old son stole her gun and held up a supermarket!! supermarket!!it was wednesday when eboni alissays her son kissed her on the cheek before riding his bike to a nearby grocery store.you can see hiim here walk in still wearing his bike helmet.after a few moments he approches the cashier. (robert espinal, employee) "i see the boy take the gun. he says give me the money.""at the moment i didn't know if it was a real gun or fake but i took it seriously." seriously."another employee was able take the gun away and hold him until police arrived. fortunately no one was hurt. the boy was taken into custody and given a mental evaluation after mnaking comments about hurting himself. nine on your side is digging into misconceptions about a
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planned parenthood more than one million dollars. pro-life supporters are backing an ohio bill to ban taxpayer dollars from funding health clinics that perform abortions.but planned parenthood says abortions won't be impacted. instead the bill would cut funding for domestic violence prevention ... h-i-v testing ... infant mortality prevention and foster care education.state law already prohibits tax dollars from funding abortions. for how much planned parenthood of southwest ohio would lose if this bill passes right now. wanna bring a healthy smile to your kid's face? now is your thing! dentists in the tri state are offering free dental care to children who don't insurance. 9 oys timyka artist is live at life time smiles on north bend on this deal we are waiting for the staff to arrive here at life time smiles. and they are just as excited about this opportunity as all of you moms and dads
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dental insurance can be very costly, something not everyone can afford.that's why the "give kids a smile program" was started. every year area dentists like veronica glogowski offer free preventative care, cleanings and exams to underserved children under age 18. she says this is something that's being done not only here in the tri state but across the country as well give kids a smile started in 2003 and this year there will be 74 sites across the state of ohio providing about 8000 dollars worth of free care and we will be seeing about 17000 kids you do need to make an
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by now you've noticed we are all wearing red - and you should be too. today is go red for women - part of heart disease awareness month. to make sure even the littlest babies have their red on this month - a group of dedicated volunteers has put their crochet talents to the test. these volunteers have hand- crafted more than a thousand tiny red hats. that's enough to give to every baby born this month at christ hospital. there's actually so many this year - they're sharing the 'love' with babies at u-c - good sam and other local hospitals. the volunteers just finished the final hats. lisa thomas/volunteer "knowing that you did something for someone else, it comes from the heart. so it makes you proud knowing with anything, you crochet, whether it's for a special cause or just for a
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you put into what you make, that's what counts." counts." they'll start handing out the little hats this morning. the goal next year is to have enough hats to give every baby across every maternity ward in the tri- state. the anticipation is so exciting ... our 9 on your full force. force.we've spotted this woman down here, walking with a small child. let's see if we can go get her! you better believe julie
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first 100 dollar surprise patrol winner. 4 days a week, we are picking people at random all around the tri- state.and every today is a big day!on fridays, 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 another surprise patrol report tonight on 9 on your side at 6pm. time is up.millions of dollars down the drain.where the money went from a winning lottery ticket. gma's robin roberts will be talking to the nfl commissioner today...one major topic she's going to address... the commissioners newest policy just inacted this week. it's a frosty start to our morning with temps near 20. skies will be clear for the first half of the day, turning partly cloudy this afternoon. our high improves to 41. temperatures warm through the weekend. saturday's high
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enjoy the dry, partly cloudy
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i have missed talking about the carroll cropper bridge -- it's been about two months since the massive construction project was completed. but if you drive the bridge everyday -- you know crews have still been working. today -- one northbound lane will be closed so crews can work on the bridge deck. luck has run out for the winner of a 63-million dollar
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lottery officials there say the six-month deadline to claim the prize ...expired last night...with no one stepping forward to claim it. the superlotto plus ticket was sold on august 8th at a 7-eleven in los angeles.it's the largest unclaimed prize in california history.the silver lining... that money will go to the state's schools. this morning good m,orning america's robin roberts will talk with n-f-l commissioner roger goodell. goodell.one subject she's sure to tackle:more women on the sidelines of n-f-l games. games.yesterday goodell announced the league is instituting "rooney rule" for women when it comes to executive positions. n-f-l's "rooney rule" requires teams to interview one minority candidate for each open coaching position.the rule was put into place in 2003.just last month, the buffalo bills announced the hiring of kathryn smith as a special teams assistant coach.she is the first full-time female coach in the league.watch that
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choosing health over taste...sometimes it's not as simple as you may think.the new salad that has more calories and sodium than a big mac! gas prices are down across the tri-state.but...they could soon go up if a new oil fee proposal goes into effect. we'll tell you who's proposing it. it's a frosty start to our morning with temps near 20. skies will be clear for the first half of the day, turning partly cloudy this afternoon. our high improves to 41. temperatures warm through the weekend. saturday's high reaches 45, sunday at 49. enjoy the dry, partly cloudy
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if you're looking for something fun to do this weekend...you're in luck. luck.it's the 2016 winter blues fest.tonight at the phoenix on race street.it's called the winter's premier music event...it's tonight at 7-30 and runs through saturday night.pianist ricky nye will be one of many performers you can catch on stage.tickets are $25 dollars at the door. you
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learn more at wcpo dot com so you think ordering a salad is a good idea if you're trying to eat healthier ... turns out - you might be better off ordering a giant burger!mcdonald's new kale salad has more calories.. fat.. and sodium than a double big mac. mac. with parmesan cheese .. creamy asiago caesar dressing ..and crispy chicken.. the salad has 730-calories.. 53 grams of fat.. and 14-hundred milligrams of sodium. a double big mac has 680 calories and 38 grams of fat. we know many of you will be torn this weekend ...between the panthers and broncos ...or between watching the game or the commercials ...during super bowl game. game.one thing we all agree on??there will be food and drink involved.here at good morning tri-state we take our food seriously..
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the most-googled super bowl recipes.they are: chicken wings meat lovers pizzaand buffalo chicken dip. dip.here's the one that's most surprising: inside the top ten googled recipes - buffalo roasted *cauliflower*! it really screams *super bowl*, right? now let's check in with your
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with clear skies, it's a cold start with temperatures dropping to near 20 this outside, expect frost. however, temperatures will become more mild as we being a warming trend that's just ahead of a chance for snow next week. plenty of sunshine will be around for the morning, with a few afternoon clouds moving in later. afternoon temperatures should bounce back to more seasonal levels in the low 40s. skies will be partly cloudy over the weekend, and each day should bring a slightly warmer high temperature -- 460f on saturday and 490f for a high on sunday. at times, we will see mostly cloudy skies as a couple of minor weather systems slide through the area. but in general, it's shaping up to be a nice weekend. a rain/snow mix will be possible on monday. but behind this, colder air will
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snow by tuesday and wednesday. we are tracking the system now. while it's too early to put exact numbers on the snow, it appears that light
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the only-known wild jaguar in the entire united states.the "center for biological diversity" just released this video... taken by remote sensor cameras.the jaguar is in the santa rita mountains... near tucson, arizona.people in the area call him "el jefe" ... which is spanish for "the boss." boss." a new way to make money.the debut of a the new playboy magazine...and how the owners say this could attract a new
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it's a frosty start to our morning with temps near 20. skies will be clear for the first half of the day, turning partly cloudy this afternoon. our high improves to 41. temperatures warm through the weekend. saturday's high reaches 45, sunday at 49. enjoy the dry, partly cloudy
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in today's right-this-minute video, a popular children's origami paper finger game leads to a very adult question. ken "the comic" lewis surprised his girlfriend on stage at a club in fresno, california. he played an origami game with her and at the end asked her to marry him. she said yes. see all of the day's top see all of the day's top videos every weekday on right this minute here on 9 on your side at 10 the phoenix open has some of the biggest names in golf...but it's something else that's gotten the attention of fans. fans.rickie fowler, shane
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and hideki matsuyama are sharing the first round lead at phoenix...but this was the best highlight of the day yesterday.somebody built a robot with a great swing...and here at the par 3, number 16....somebody programmed it perfectly because that's a hole in one. the first nudity-free playboy magazine is now on newsstands. newsstands.for the first time in its history - models are posing with their clothes on! it's being called a radical reinvention.many people were skeptical of the changes.but the magazine says that because of the changes, its able to attract a new audience, creating new advertisers,
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