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attacks.here is the very latest, and new video coming out of brussels.just in the last hour, the belgian crisis center said the lockdown is lifted, and people can go about their daily routines.at least one of the blasts is being blamed on a suicide bomber.airports across europe, and some in the u-s, have tightened security.president obama, in cuba today, spoke on the attack earlier this morning, saying we need to be vigillant. the bombings in brussels didn't stop the vice-president from making a stop in downtown cincinnati this morning.but as you can imagine security was tight. tight.9 on your side's jordan burgess is live with why few have gotten a glimpse of him. right now this is what it's like out there. the vice president speaking in the westin here.but only to a select few.
we want to show you video of the vice-president's motorcade as it pulled into the westin hotel around 10-30 this morning.the visit shut down fifth street and vine street around the westin for several hours this morning traffic downtown.you could see cincinnati police officers and secret service agents up and down the block.the vice- president spoke at a private fundraiser for former governor ted strickland who is in a senate race with incumbent rob portman.tickets for the event started at 500 dollars. the event was not open to the media.a handful of portman supporters held signs outside the hotel.cincinnati police say this is a big resource demand.. but it's something they've done before. once he's finished speaking.. biden is set to return to washington.reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on
9 on your side's kristen swilley continues our team coverage at greater cincinnati- northern kentucky international airport. kristen: there are no flights to or from europe at cvg today. that's simply the way they're scheduled. but travelers i spoke to say brussels was top of mind and for many close to home. vo:for cvg security, it was business as usual but for jacqueline reynolds the news of terror attacks in brussels was startling. she just got back from belgium after visiting for more than a month. sot: 6 seconds "it was upsetting this morning. it's very upsetting to hear what's happened." one mom we spoke to has been there too and worked for many years as a pilot. her husband just left paris today. she has fond memories of belgium and its
"it's really beautiful. they're such kind, open minded people. it's surprising to see so much hate in the world. it's very sad to see these wonderful people in these historic cities under attack." kristen: delta flights to paris are scheduled as normal for tomorrow and the rest of the week. reporting at cvg... kristen swilley...9 on your side. we wanted to know whether the situation in brussels is having an effect on security wait times at cvg.you can check it real time on their website.and as you can see, there's just a few minute wait right now. so far, all three republican presidential candidates have either released statements, or tweeted about the attacks in belgium. belgium.from donald trump: "brussels was a beautiful city, a beautiful place with zero crime. and now it's a disaster city."ohio governor john kasich says "we must utterly reject the use of deadly acts of terror."and senator ted cruz says "radical
9 on your side will continue to bring you the details on this story as they break.we have just learned there's a group of 19 university of cincinnati students and two faculty members who are in antwerp, belgium, right now. they are safe.watch here, and wcpo dot com as this story develops. here's a first check of your nine first warning forecast. winds have picked up across the tri-state and will continue to gust around 30-35 mph for the rest of the afternoon and into the evening rush. we'll see a few hit or temperatures will surge into the mid to low 60s. "normal" highs come in around 560f this
the mom who pleaded guilty to injecting benadryl into her sick son's feeding tube at cincinnati children's hospital was sentenced today. today.jessica valik was sentenced to 180 days in jail with credit for time served. she also has to stay off hospital property.her 4-year-old son is still getting treatment at children's and is in his grandfather's custody. the 15-year-old charged after police say he made threats against several area high schools on facebook was in juvenile court this morning. the teen's parents were there, along with his priest.the teen is charged with inducing panic and telecommunications harassment. he'll be back in court april 4th. happening now.cincinnati's city manager and police chief are answering questions from the rules and audits about an audit just released showing millions of dollars in
20-14 to september 20-15, shows shows nearly six and a half million dollars in overtime. some cincinnati police officers got paid time and a half - while on paid time off. almost a dozen officers are said to have made between 15 and 70 thousand dollars extra in overtime.much of the blame for overtime spending appears to be placed on former police chief jeffrey blackwell. if you want to read the audit... we have it for you right now on wcpo dot com and our mobile app. also right now, services are underway for a four year old franklin boy who, police say, died as a result of punishment from his stepmother. stepmother.austin cooper was found dead in his bed the day after investigators say his step-mother, anna richie, put him into scalding water.she is charged with child endangerment.austin's visitation is until one at herr-riggs funeral home in middletown.the funeral service will begin at one.
mean some road closures downtown. downtown.the west through- traffic lane of walnut street between seventh and eighth will be closed until four p-m on friday.crews are replacing to cure. on another big primary day, we're digging into what the candidates are saying, about this morning's deadly terror attacks in belgium. and a stolen cement truck goes on a wild ride.but the craziest part of the story, happens at the end. winds have picked up across the tri-state and will continue to gust around 30-35 afternoon and into the evening rush. we'll see a few hit or temperatures will surge into the mid to low 60s. "normal" highs come in around 560f this
you're watching 9 on your side at noon we want to take you back to the airport in brussels, belgium, belgium,as we continue breaking news coverage of the attacks both there, and in a metro station, that killed at least 31 people.this is new video just in of that airport filled with smoke following the attack.we've just learned the airport there will be closed through tomorrow. islamic state has now claimed
terror alert is at the highest level, however, the lockdown in brussels has been lifted. as we told you at the top of the hour, president obama is in cuba today and delivered comments on the attacks just within the past few hours. there he is with cuban president raul castro.the cuban visit comes about a year after the president announced a shift in relations with that country, loosening travel and trade restrictions.yesterday castro encouraged president obama to lift the trade embargo completely.this afternoon, the first family will attend a major league baseball exhibition game between the tampa bay rays and the cuban national team. it's another big primary day out west-- in arizona, utah and idaho. bazi kanani has the latest from the campaign trail. (nats) ahead of the next round of voting, the democratic frontrunner shifts focus from her primary challenger... to her republican counterpart. blasting donald trump at the pro-israel aipac conference. (clinton) "we need steady
says he's neutral on monday, pro-israel on tuesday and who knows what on wednesday, because everything's negotiable, trump hitting back-- accusing clinton and president obama of weak support for israel. (trump) "when i become president the days of treating israel like a second class citizen will end on day one." on the trail in arizona-- the biggest prize in today's contests-- clinton blames trump for scenes like these-- the violent outbreak at his rallies. (clinton) "deeply distressing to me, to see the divisiveness, mean spiritedness, the incitement of violence, the aggressiveness in this campaign. meanwhile, donald trump is in a new war of words? this time with democratic senator elizabeth warren. (trump) who is that? the indian? you mean the indian? trump... mocks warren's claim of native american heritage... after
taste of his own medicine: calling him a loser on twitter. (gfx) accusing him of "petty bullying, attacks on women, cheap racism, flagrant narcissism." (standup close) the latest polls show both frontrunners, trump and clinton, increasing their leads nationally. bazi kanani, abc news, washington. just in to the 9 on your side newsroom:former toronto mayor rob ford has died after a battle with cancer, drinking and illegal drug use. use.ford's tenure as mayor was marred by several incidents and being videotaped otfen, drunk in public.still, after he lost the mayor's office, ford won a city council seat by a landslide.ford was 46
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a court hearing over the f-b-i's demand that apple help it access a terrorist's i- phone will not happen today. today.but in court papers submitted yesterday... the department of justice says it may have found a way into the phone *without* apple's help. apple says unlocking the phone would require it to create new software that could jeopardize the security of any i-phone. your next trip to the movies may be a little quieter. quieter.regal cinemas is tightening its rules over r-rated movies.the theaters will ban children 6 and younger from seeing them... even with a parent.the old policy let anyone see a rated-r movie... as long as their parent or guardian was with them.regal operates theaters in wilder and mason. caught on camera..dramatic video of a stolen cement mixer.. barreling thru a small town..police say the thief took it from a construction site...refusing to pull over.. even smashing into two police cars.. the truck ran out of
police arrived, they found an 11-year-old boy behind the wheel! coverage of the terror attacks in belgium continues this noon hour.what we've learned about the americans injured in the blasts. we're talking with travelers, and checking with security about any changes at cvg following the attacks. and amid all of this, vice president joe biden is in cincinnati right now.a live
here's the latest now on breaking news on the terror attacks at the airport, and a metro station, in brussels, belgium early this morning. just within the past few minutes, we learned a third bomb was found at the airport. it has been neutralized.we've just learned the airport will be closed through tomorrow. islamic state has now claimed responsibility for the attacks. at least 31 people are dead and dozens more are injured-- among them--three americans-- all morman missionairies -- according to a spokesman for the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints. lama hasan begins our team coverage. the first set of explosions rocked brussels' zaventem airport just after 8 am?at the
described those terrifying moments. sot: "big bang, everybody cried and came along here. we saw a kind of smoke//it was very loud." sot: "we heard a very loud thud. more panic set in and people started running." calling it a terrorist attack - the belgian prosecutor saying at least one of those explosions was carried out by a suicide bomber. nats belgian prosecutor almost an hour later - another powerful blast at maelbeek subway station close to the headquarters of the european union and western embassies. commuters, shocked?streaming out of the station. first responders ferried the wounded on stretchers?you can see the extent of the explosion, their clothes ripped. the world reacting - from president obama sot-"we will do whatever is necessary" to french president francois hollande who said "terrorists have struck in belgium. it was europe that it was aimed at, but the whole world is concerned.'' the attacks striking in the heart of
dramatic raid on friday - police arresting the last suspected paris suicide bomber, salah abdelslam. the interior minister warning his arrest would activate other terror cells to carry out revenge attacks. that fear realized today. tag: the terror threat level now raised to its highest level meaning the threat of another attack is serious and imminent. all airports, subways and trains in belgium have now been shut down. lh abc news despite the attacks in brussels, security at the greater cincinnati northern kentucky international airport is business as usual today. today.there are no flights to or from europe at c-v-g today. that's simply the way they're scheduled. but travelers we spoke to say brussels was top of mind and for many close to
"it was upsetting this morning. it's very upsetting to hear what's happened." delta flights to paris from cvg are scheduled as normal for tomorrow and the rest of the week. the bombings in brussels didn't stop the vice-president from making a stop in downtown cincinnati this morning.but as you can imagine security was tight. tight.9 on your side's jordan burgess continues 0ur live team coverage outside the westin downtown, jordan? right now this is what it's like out there. the vice president speaking in the westin here.but only to a select few. few. we want to show you video of the vice-president's motorcade as it pulled into the westin hotel around 10-30 this morning.the visit shut down fifth street and vine street around the westin for several
traffic downtown.you could see cincinnati police officers and secret service agents up and down the block.the vice- president spoke at a private fundraiser for former governor ted strickland who is in a senate race with incumbent rob portman.tickets for the event started at 500 dollars. the event was not open to the media.a handful of portman supporters held signs outside the hotel.cincinnati police say this is a big resource demand.. but it's something they've done before. reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on your side. the mom who pleaded guilty to injecting benadryl into her sick son's feeding tube at cincinnati children's hospital was sentenced today. today.jessica valik was sentenced to 180 days in jail with credit for time served. she also has to stay off hospital property.her 4-year-old son is still
children's and is in his grandfather's custody. the 15-year-old charged after police say he made threats against several area high schools on facebook was in juvenile court this morning. the teen's parents were there, along with his priest.the teen is charged with inducing panic and telecommunications harassment. he'll be back in court april 4th. here's a check of your nine first warning forecast. winds have picked up across the tri-state and will continue to gust around 30-35 mph for the rest of the afternoon and into the evening rush. we'll see a few hit or miss clouds this afternoon and
the mid to low 60s. "normal" highs come in around 560f this time of year. tons of pork are being donated to the freestore foodbank today.3 thousand pounds to be exact, and that alone will create more than 15 thousand meals. the donation is from the ohio farmers group.today at 2 o'clock the distribution center on tennessee avenue will accept the donation from the members of that group and
in the tri-state.the freestore foodbank provides more than 20 million meals each year.if you need assistance stop by the shelter until 3pm.you'll need an id, proof of current address, and a birth certificate or social security household. excited about the new iphone? iphone?it's just the same thing with a new wrapper or something somethingor not so much?what apple is doing to try to bring release. a lot of people are excited about this - a new season of dancing with the stars!a look at the new pairings as they shimmy and slide their way across the stage. you're watching 9 on your side
this time tomorrow, your kindle might not work! work!right now amazon is warning customers that they need to upgrade their devices or the internet could possibly be disabled.you will not be able to download books from the cloud or the kindle store, or connect to the internet.the update affects kindle models made in 2012 and earlier. with subsidized smartphones now a thing of the past, phone sales are down sharply in the past year.so apple hopes to reverse that trend... unveiling a new, cheaper iphone!but will people be interested?consumer reporter john matarese investigates.
remember when a new iphone meant a rush of hundreds of people to be the first to have the hottest new device?new iphone these days?not so much....as the downtown cincinnati lunch crowd reminded us. us."i mean i'm not really excited about it. it's not going to have much difference form the last iphone." iphone.""not really, i mean after the second or third one it's just the same thing with a new wrapper."so apple is hoping to rekindle the old flames ...with its unveiling of the new iphone se, which will re released next week. unlike recent phones that have gotten bigger and bigger, the se will be a small 4 inch phone, like the old 4s, to better fit in tight pockets. pockets.the problem though is no matter what type of phone apple releases, you cant get them anymore for just 199 dollars with that 2 year contract.and that may make it a tough sell.-------------so to bring in budget minded shoppers, the se will be the cheap cheapest new iphone, just 399 dollars instead of
carriers plan to offer it on an installment plan for just 17 dollars a month, much less than any other new iphone. apple hopes to hear more of this in the coming weeks.... weeks...."it excites me. i like to have new technology, and know that apple is good at bringing whatever make my life easier, so i like it."...and the company hopes to see more people in its stores snapping up the newest phone. and john will be back today starting at 5...with a follow up to his recent report on krogers new chip card machines. you will understand why they are using them after you see the video 9 on your side found. plus: banned from amazon for too many returns? today starting at 5. it's a whole new season of dancing with the stars! highlights from the very first night.who stole the show, and who may go. winds have picked up across the tri-state and will continue to gust around 30-35 mph for the rest of the afternoon and into the evening rush. we'll see a few hit or miss clouds this afternoon and temperatures will surge into the mid to low 60s. "normal"
you're watching 9 on your side at noon covering the terror attacks in brussels, belgium, this afternoon.here's what you need to know:after two bombings at the airport, and one at a metro station, a third bomb was found at the airport.it has been neutralized. the airport in brussels will be closed through tomorrow. islamic state has now claimed responsibility for the attacks. at least 31 people are dead
among them--three americans-- all mormon missionairies -- according to a spokesman for the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints.we've also learned some of those injuries appear to be from nails, that blew out of those bombs. general mills is stepping up its game to help you make healthy choices. choices.it will start labeling products that contain genetically modified ingredients.the change is to comply with a new law in vermont. general mills says it's impractical to label its products for just one state.... so the company will add the information required by vermont to products across the country. season 22 of "dancing with the stars" is now underway. george pennacchio has all the highlights from the first night of dancing...
it's a performance that brings together dancers from all over, and right here in cincinnati.and it runs the gamut from modern to classical. dance cincinnati opens friday at the aronoff.here to tell us more is dancer and choreographe r alexandra brannon. dance cincinnati at aronoff center for the arts, at 660 walnut street in cincinnati, oh. this years' dancecincinnati festival brings together some of the areas most exiting dance companies including, exhale dance company, northern kentucky dance ensemble, de la dance company, ccm dance ensemble and, new works by andre megerdichian, alexandra brannon, shane ohmer and mario de la nuez. the performances
least 31 people.stay with 9 on your side and wcpo dot com for the breaking developments on this story. later today at 4 on the now cincinnati...how far would you go, not to pay taxes? you'd be surprised what some people are willing to do instead. instead.see a new program that's cracking down on crime and giving cops a realtime look at crooks. crooks.plus, breaking developments on the terror attacks in brussels and the growing tensions in europe. join tanya o'rourke and me today at 4.
pull out a few extra chairs from the basement and get ready for company because we're serving up our big, fat, family favorites. daphne's kicking things off with an easy, delicious dish you can have on the table in a flash. then, i've got a fresh family-style dessert perfect for a hungry crowd. plus, michael's in the kitchen with the fabulous nia vardalos and they're whipping up a classic any greek mother would love. the party starts right now on "the chew."