tv Good Morning Tri- State 5 AM ABC March 23, 2016 5:00am-6:00am EDT
morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for later in the day ahead. in the live alert... and breaking overnight... we've learned the names of two of the brussels airport attackers. this... as authorities continue their manhunt right now for the third suspect... who escaped. escaped.this video shows brothers khalid and brahim el
black.the third man... dressed in white... is still at large. here's the latest...the death toll officially stands at 31 people... following the bombings at brussels' airport and a metro station.another 250 were injured.anti-terror raids were conducted in belgium overnight... and investigators say they found more explosives and an *isis* flag at the suspect's apartment.brussels remains under a virtual lockdown.the city's airport remains closed this morning... but the metro system will be partially available. major u-s cities are on a heightened level of security... preparing for the worse.security has been beefed up at major transportation hubs across america... including new york... a top target.the state department is warning americans against traveling in europe... saying terrorists are planning near-term attacks right now. denver international airport now has the all-clear after a security scare.police evacuated a section of the main terminal yesterday afternoon... after k-9's found several suspicious packages
ticket counter.that's the same airline... targeted in brussels by the suicide bombers.those packages turned out to be jars of spices and oils. surreal.that's how a u-c senior... living and working in belgium... is describing the terror attacks in brussels. brussels.around two-dozen u-c students are in the country this morning... all of them safe.david verchick... who's part of a design program co-op in antwerp... says the subway station near his work was evacuated.he also says tomorrow... he was planning to fly out of the same airport where two of the explosions went off. "it's just weird having things happen like so close. like i was saying again, it's kinda strange, could've been me, could've been someone i know feeling" feeling"david says there's an increased military and police presence even where he is. meanwhile... miami university says it has one student in
you might notice a tribute to the victims of the brussels attack on your way to work this morning ...the sign on the duke energy convention center is lit up with the colors of the belgian flag... red.. black... and yellow. stay with 9 on your side and good morning tri state for the latest coverage of the belgian terror attacks.we'll bring you any new developments during good morning tri-state.and at seven... good morning america will have live reports from brussels... a school taking drastic measures after bomb threats interrupted classes on back to back days.students in north college hill will not be allowed to have backpacks.. bags or purses for the rest of the week. week.jordan burgess is live with why that's not all that's being done. the big thing you'll notice when students come to school in a few hours.. none of these. it might seem odd. school without backpacks or bags for all students.on top of that..
overnight hours sweeping the buildings. those are the steps the school and police here say they came up with after meeting yesterday.the school has had back to back days of bomb threats that have interrupted classes.police say they believe the same person using the same phone made the calls each day.they've taken steps to be able to track those calls.in the meantime they say they have no choice but to take the threats seriously. they feel the backpack ban and building sweeps are the only way to continue classes.. while giving parents and students peace of mind. it's a little more labor intensive but it means the school kids can have their school day without interruption throughout the day and we can be relatively sure the kids are safe, which is our utmost priority. and police are asking for help in finding who's behind the threats.if you have any information you're asked to call them.the backpack ban is for the rest of the week. students are on spring break next week.. and officials will see where things stand.
happening now... the search continues for a missing man from butler county. county.fairfield police say 82 year old douglas dean suffers from alzheimers and other medical issues.he was last seen yesterday morning. it's believed dean is driving a 20-13 chrysler 200... that looks like the one in this photo. if you see dean or his car... call police. your tax dollars could be at risk... over a popular cincinnati park project .... according to a newly released document... city officials say construction on smale park violated the law and may leave the city at financial risk. among the violations... contractors didn't have bonds required to cover their work if it isn't finished or done correctly. that could leave the city stuck with repair bills.also... the park board may have awarded contracts *without* the mandatory bidding process.9 on your side has reached out to the park board and mayor john cranley... but have not yet heard back. it's going to be another pleasant forecast today as highs top out in the mid-60s
returning soon. showers will be around for the thursday morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for later in the day ahead. traffic the results are trickling in after a day at the polls for republicans and democrats. democrats.the word from western states ...and problems that delayed the results. we'll have a look at the big winners and losers... and why both candidates in the democratic race are claiming
democracy 2016... and last night's primaries in western states may have made it even closer between donald trump and ted cruz.both come away as winners... setting the stage for the possibility of a contested convention. convention.here's a look at the delegate count...trump won arizona...but ted cruz came out ahead in utah... and won *all* of the state's delegates.
grand canyon state with his tough talk on immigration and a border wall.it's topics that arizona voters have supported in the past.utah voters favored cruz... after key endorsements from governor gary herbert and mitt romney. trump's comments on romney's mormon religion may have also come back to bite him. on the democratic side... bernie sanders rallied for big wins in both idaho and utah. utah.here's a look at the delegate count.while he won two states... the night's biggest prize... arizona... belongs to hillary clinton. clinton thanked voters last night in her victory speech and also attacked the g-o-p candidates, including donald trump and ted cruz... in the wake of the brussels terror attacks.she said america needs not just a strong president... but a strong commander-in- chief who doesn't build walls... and doesn't support torture. this is a long line outside a polling station in arizona... *after* the winners were declared.some voters in the phoenix area said they waited more than two hours to cast
officials said high turnout and voter confusion contributed to the long lines. it's going to be another pleasant forecast today as highs top out in the mid-60s along with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds. but rain is returning soon. showers will be around for the thursday morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for later in the day ahead. blasting off...the supplies heading to the international space station... and why this spacecraft *won't* be coming back... "it was just so overwhelming when i know we had won." won."speaking out...hulk hogan breaks his silence after his big legal win.why he says
gmts anim"you're watching good morning tri-state at 5 on 9 on your side!" 3... 2... 1... ignition and liftoff of the atlas 5 rocket with cygnus." cygnus."new supplies are heading toward the international space station this morning.the unmanned cygnus spacecraft blasted off last night.it's due there saturday.the capsule *won't* be returning to earth.instead, it's going to be set on fire. nasa wants to see what happens when a large-scale fire breaks out in zero gravity. closer to home... a warren county prosecutor says it's likely he'll try *again* to convict a former springboro officer... accused in his wife's death. death.but that's only if witnesses from the 1995 killing are still available to testify against jim barton. barton was convicted in the death of his wife... vickie. but an appeals court overturned it... ruling that prosecutorswithheld evidence
people in greenville... south carolina came together to honor a police officer killed in the line of duty.the greenville police department held a public prayer vigil for officer allen jacobs last evening.he was ambushed by a wanted gang member on friday. that suspect then took his own life.the 28-year-old was married with two young boys and a daughter on the way in july.his funeral is tomorrow. wrestling star hulk hogan is speaking exclusively to a-b-c news about his sex-tape trial. and his victory over gawker media. a st. petersburg jury awarded hogan... whose real name is terry bollea... 140 million dollars.hogan described the moment when the jury read the verdict and how he broke down sobbing.hogan... also revealing how discouraged he got during the three year legal battle. they did everything they could to // deter me. // they were hoping that, financially, i wouldn't be able to stay in the game with 'em, and i'd quit or tap out
his multi-million dollar victory and what's next for him.that's coming up this morning at seven a-m... on good morning america. the f-b-i now believes it will take *two weeks* to know whether an alternative method to unlock a terror suspect's i- phone will work.the government canceled a hearing with apple yesterday.federal officials hope they can get around the company to access the information on the san bernardino shooter's phone.the two sides are due back in court on april fifth. let get your latest nine first warning forecast. today's forecast will be partly cloudy, warm and breezy. temperatures will be in the mid-60s which is a repeat of what we saw yesterday. winds will continue to gust up to 20 mph. an area
ohio valley on thursday. showers should move through as we start the morning drive, bringing in isolated downpours and a few rumbles of thunder. while we could see a few dry hours after the peak morning rush, additional showers and storms will develop in the afternoon hours. we could see an isolated stronger to severe storm with this afternoon round. it looks like large hail and damaging winds would be the main concern. cooler and dry on good friday with a high of 490f. saturday is also rain free and mild with highs in the low 60s. we continue to keep an eye on the easter outlook. as i mentioned yesterday, the models were split between rain on sunday or monday. all the new information that came in this morning now points more toward monday for rain and dry through most of the day sunday. this could bode well for easter eggs hunts on
at 11 this morning... it's open to the public with zoo admission. new zika fears...doctors say the outbreak could be spreading... spreading...the cities where they say it could get much, much worse. caught on camera.a 13-year old runs for help after setting himself on fire.why this video isn't getting a lot of sympathy from neighbors. and here's what you'll see
scientists warn it's been detected in a second species. it's unknown if that mosquito can transmit the virus... but if it *can*... the outbreak would become much bigger. experts predict new york, miami and houston would be hit the hardest. this next video may be intense for some of you... a pair of pittsburgh boys are recovering this morning after they were burned playing with a gas can. can.a neighbor's surveillance camera caught video of a 13-year old... engulfed in flames.witnesses say he and his 7-year old brother were trying to make a *molotov cocktail* when the gas can caught on fire.neighbors say the boys have a bad reputation for vandalizing property. "i've called the police on them many times... and as far as i'm concerned, they get what they deserve playing with fire." fire."the 13-year old is recovering at a pittsburgh hospital's burn unit. it's going to be another pleasant forecast today as highs top out in the mid-60s
and breezy winds. but rain is returning soon. showers will be around for the thursday morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for later in the day ahead. a needle exchange program in northern kentucky gets the go-ahead from one group...but there's still two more that need to be on board.what this
an eye on your weather and traffic conditions. it's going to be another pleasant forecast today as highs top out in the mid-60s along with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds. but rain is returning soon. showers will be around for the thursday morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for later in the day ahead. jennifer calls for graphic full
traffic we continue to cover the latest on the terror in brussels.as we told you earlier the suspects have been identified. identified.belgian media reporting the airport suicide bombers were brothers -- khalid and ibrahim el-bakraoui -- and known to police.and worth noting -- paris attack suspect salah abdeslam is set to appear in court today in brussels.meantime -- the public transport network is partially open today.armed soldiers are checking people's bags as they go into the
allowed inside. and former n-b-a player di- kem-bay moo-tum-boe was at the brussels airport during the attack.the basketball legend posted pictures on his facebook page -- showing crowds outside the airport.and then posted that he was safe. *nine americans are among the injured in the attacks. including a man from battle creek, michigan, three mormon missionaries and a u-s air force member and his family. but while this is the *first time many of these people are coming this close to terrorism - one has seen it *two times before.19-year-old mason wells - from sandy, utah - has been in three terrorist attacks!he was just a block away from the explosion at the boston marathon bombing in 2014.he was also in paris last november during the terror attacks.this morning his family tells a-b-c news he is in the hospital - but he's strong... and has someone watching over him. "he was extremely close to the blast // worlds can't
relief to hear his voice." mason should be released by the end of the week - already recovering from injuries to his head and foot. nine on your side continues to work this story for you. check for updates on wcpo dot com and our app and we'll have more coming up in the next half hour right here on good morning tri-state. back here at home...this man, ryan hoffman, will be in court this morning.the 33-year-old blue ash man was is accused of assaulting emily moon...the mother of his child.according to police reports, hoffman kicked moon with steel toe boots on march 20th...breaking several of her ribs.9 on your side will be in court today and have more at noon. findlay market is unveiling a new eight thousand square foot commercial kitchen space for food entrepreneurs. 9 on your side's kristen swilley joins us live from findlay market with what new food options that means for you.
the covington city commission is throwing its support behind a new needle exchange program. approving its proposal. proposal.the hope is that by offering heroin addicts clean needles... it will reduce the spread of diseases like hepititis and h-i-v -caused by sharing dirty needles.. resolution calls for the exchange to be open three hours a day in a mobile van in the parking lot of saint elizabeth's hospital. "this is a larg and broad health issue, ublic health issue, really for the entire region. there is still more support needed for the program..the kenton county fiscal court.. and the northern kentucky health department is also need to approve the program before it can begin. new this morning...the c-d-c is taking a closer look at
people who are at the greatest risk of unintentionally overdosing on the potent drug fentanyl.the c-d-c found that fentanyl-related o-d deaths in ohio drastically jumped from 2013 to 2014... more than five- hundred people dying that year. the agency found that white men *without* college degrees and a history of substance abuse are at the greatest risk of encountering fentanyl. nine is on your side to help stop the heroin crisis in the tri-state.if you or a loved one needs help *right now* -- we have resources on w-c-p-o-dot-com-slash-heroin. it's going to be another pleasant forecast today as highs top out in the mid-60s along with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds. but rain is returning soon. showers will be around for the thursday morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for later in the day ahead.
the president's ill-advised plan the campaign trail heats up in out west in the wake of the deadly brussels terrorist attacks.what the presidential hopefuls are saying now about president obama's plan for refugees. but first...a man in a tree. where witnesses say a man has climbed to the top of tree and refuses to come back down.what he's started throwing at
happening now in seattle...a man escaping all life has to offer by climbing a tree and refusing to come down. witnesses say he's been there since lunch time yesterday.and he hasn't been hiding.he's been shouting and making obscene gestures at spectators and emergency responders.they say he's even thrown some apples, orange peels, pine cones and small branches.and of course...he has his own hashtag---"man-in-tree" .
western united states was overshadowed by the attacks in brussels yesterday..all of the remaining candidates taking time out of their day to talk about how the most recent bombings effect us here at home.ted cruz says police should be able to patrol muslim neighborhoods to prevent radicalization.donald trump took the opportunity to renew his proposal to temporarily ban muslims from entering the country. and this is something new to pass along this morning.your television watching might get more interesting if former alaska governor sarah palin gets her way.rumors this morning that she is possibly taking another stab at reality t-v.she recently signed a deal with a production company for a judge-judy type show. ..even though palin doesn't have a law degree.if it's picked up it would premiere next year. how many times have your kids whined about those long car
how much longer? so about two decades ago an indian hill woman created a timer that helps kids know exactly how much longer they'll be waiting. antsy kids anymore. a new book just released by google ventures innovator jake knapp -- recognizes the "time timer" has value in the workplace.knapp shows users -- the "time timer" marks small chunks of time to give an added sense of urgency & focus to employees. the idea is that is that if you can see the time -- you're going to be less stressed by it.inventor visual cue works. "so to set the timer, you just turn the knob to whatever wamount of time you're wanting to work with. as soon as you let it go, it's on its way back to zero." zero."the time timer is already used in schools across the country and works well for special education students to reduce anxiety about time.you
invented the timer and her company on wcpo dot com. it's going to be another pleasant forecast today as highs top out in the mid-60s along with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds. but rain is returning soon. showers will be around for the thursday morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for later in the day ahead. one of only a few in the country...and it's opening right here in tri-state.the test restaurant holding it's grand opening tonight. and later.mega star, adele, is speaking out about the
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that sound right there was pushed back to later this morning.the tornado siren testing scheduled for earlier this month was postponed in hamilton county...but it "will" be heard across the region this morning at 9-50 am. along with the sirens you'll hear an announcement verifying that it's a tornado "warning" test...not the real thing. a job fair today for veterans in the tri-state.
annual veterans job fair sponsored by the northern kentucky tri-ed.it runs from noon to 4 today at the receptions banquet and conference center in erlanger. the first hour is reserved for "only" vets and military spouses.there are more than 4 thousand positions available from 100 local employers.be sure to take several copies of your resume.there will be parking at turfway park and a shuttle to take you to the job fair. new this morning.starbucks has unveiled plans to donate all of its leftover food from more than seven locations here in the united states.the company announced that donations will be given to 'feeding america' -- which runs a national network of food banks.the u-s department of agriculture estimates as much as 40- percent of america's food supply is wasted.in 2014... more than 48 million americans were unsure where their next meal would come from. exciting news for liberty center.the shopping district is opening their own starbucks tonight... tonight...but as we reported a
gmts...this starbucks is just one a few in the country that will serve alcohol and offer a much larger food menu.the test concept is called "starbucks evenings"wine, craft beer, and new coffee features will be served....along with small plates similar to tapas. time now for traffic and weather together... today's forecast will be partly cloudy, warm and breezy. temperatures will be in the mid-60s which is a repeat of what we saw yesterday. winds will continue to gust up to 20 mph. an area of low pressure rolls into the ohio valley on thursday. showers should move through as we start the morning drive, bringing in isolated downpours and a few rumbles of thunder. while we could see a few dry hours after the peak morning rush, additional showers and storms will develop in the afternoon hours. we could see an isolated stronger to severe
round. it looks like large hail and damaging winds would be the main concern. cooler and dry on good friday with a high of 490f. saturday is also rain free and mild with highs in the low 60s. we continue to keep an eye on the easter outlook. as i mentioned yesterday, the models were split between rain on sunday or monday. all the new information that came in this morning now points more toward monday for rain and dry through most of the day sunday. this could bode well for easter eggs hunts on
it's going to be another pleasant forecast today as highs top out in the mid-60s along with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds. but rain is returning soon. showers will be around for the thursday morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for later in the day ahead. both cincinnati and charlotte are known as the "queen city." but there could finally be a way to settle who's the "real royal" once and for all. all.today... mayor cranley will announce the queen city cup challenge.a rivalry game between f-c cincinnati and charlotte's soccer team... the charlotte independence. independence.some fun facts... cincinnati's nickname goes back to a poem in 1854 by henry wadsworth longfellow... calling us "the queen of the west."charlotte's nickname predates even that ...all the
and honors great britain's queen charlotte. real housewives of new jersey husband joe giudice is headed to prison this morning.he will begin serving his 41-month sentence. joe starts his prison sentence three months after his wife teresa was released.the couple was sentenced after being convicted of bankruptcy fraud and failure to file income tax returns. there's a chance that joe will be deported when he is released from jail. it's been called the "holy grail" for beatle's fans and collectors. collectors.now we're seeing for the first time a rare album that had hidden away for decades in a closet.the album was the first disc released under the beatles name and includes the first song john lennon ever wrote, called "hello little girl."the recording was made in london on new years day of 1962. adele paid tribute to the victims of the terrorist attacks in bruseels durin her
night.a fan shot video of her singing bob dylan's "make you feel my love"..a song she had recorded in 20-08 for her album 19. 19.nats: 10 10 you can see throughout the crowd - lit up phones and lighters.after the song she thanked fans and said quote "i think they heard us". you're taking a live look at brussels... where thousands will remember the victims of yesterday's bombings during a moment of silence. we have
caught in the aftermath...a u-c student studying abroad in belgium talks to 9 on your side about what it's like right now in the co untry.how close he came to the disaster. good morning...some good news if you're stepping outside... it's going to be another pleasant day. day.9 first warning meterologist jennifer ketchmark with a look at your warm up. it's going to be another pleasant forecast today as highs top out in the mid-60s along with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds. but rain is returning soon. showers will be around for the thursday morning drive. i'm timing out the second round of storms for