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they're lined up here at north college hill schools. the students are over at the football field.parents can pick up kids now.ridiculous is the word you hear a lot. but police hope they've put an end to these evacuations. evacuations. student started streaming out of the middle and high schools here just before 11. they did the same thing the last two days after bomb threats were called in.police say they've found who was making those threats. they say it was a security guard at the school. after the arrest.. they say they wanted to empty the schools and do another sweep since the guard had access to the buildings this morning.the school had taken the step of banning bookbags in an effort to keep students safe and had
before students arrived.we asked parents about having to do this again.. and again.. and again. the third day is ridiculous. it should have been handled the first day. my kids are missing their education and this should be handled real fast. scary. my granddaughter is scared too. we're working on getting more about the identity of the security guard who was arrested.. and how police traced the calls to them. police say they'll have more details this afternoon. reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on your side. also breaking.the teen charged in the madison school shooting has now been indicted by a grand jury. jury.austin hancock was indicted on four counts of attempted murder, four counts of felonious assault and inducing panic as a serious juvenile offender in the shooting that injured four students last month.if convicted of attempted murder, there's a possibility of being moved to an adult prison later. authorities in brussels are
suspect seen on surveillance video, wanted in the wave of terror attacks that killed at least 31 people yesterday.two brothers are confirmed dead in the attacks.9 on your side's kristen swilley talked with a tri-state student who was in the airport when the attack happened.more on that in a minute. but first... elizabeth investigation. this morning.. a moment of silence in brussels and across belgium.. ((nat)) quick silence pop a tribute for the victims killed and injured just 24 hours earlier.. as survivors speak out about their harrowing ordeal.. one woman describing how her boyfriend shielded her during the blast. ((sot)) sheerine naraghi: "dust, it was kind of like a whirlwind almost like a tornado had gone off inside the building as the second explosion went off he was pretty much on top of me, threw me to the ground." new details are also emerging.. the belgian prosecutor.. confirming two of the suicide bombers have been identified as brothers khalid and ibrahim el bakraoui.. khalid killed in
in the airport attack and leaving behind a note in the trash.. ((sot)) prosecutor presser translator: "he said.. 'i don't know what to do .. i'm on the run.. people are looking for everywhere? and if i get myself up i will end in a cell'.." speaking through a translator.. the prosecutor says the brothers had criminal records, but nothing related to terrorism.. authorities say their focus now.. is tracking down this fugitive.. caught in this picture on the right. ((sot)) prosecutor presser translator: "left a bag which contained explosives detonators.. which is the most important one.. and he ran away." the manhunt is continuing around the clock.. from the air and on the ground.. police arresting two overnight.. one has since been released and the other remains in custody being questioned.
a cincinnati woman was in the brussels airport when the terror attack happened. our kristen swilley is live in the newsroom-- with more on the last minute decision that may have kept the woman out of harm's way. kristen? alison talkers says she was running for her life along with dozens of others inside brussels airport. at one point - unsure of exactly what happened, she thought maybe the chaos was caused by a mass shooting. and she says her decision to stop in the bathroom instead of going straight to baggage claim may have kept her safe. talkers who was born in cincinnati and is a notre dame academy graduate is studying for her master's degree in brussels....where she's been since september. her flight from switzerland had just landed when the explosions happened. she says she saw broken glass and a damaged departure area before she evacuated. "i definitely feel shaken up by it and especially when i was leaving the airport and
what had happened and just kind've the roller coaster of emotion from being in there. and at one point running from something that you're not sure what it is and feeling that you're literally running for your life." right now talkers is in a village called (pool uh) with friends. she says she plans to return to brussels for class monday and remain in the city through the fall before returning to cincinnati. after that she plans to move to brussels permanently. new at noon.cincinnati police hope you'll recognize the robber in this video and turn him in.they say back on march second, he held up a clerk with a gun at the advance auto parts store on mitchell avenue and demanded money.he got away with a bag of cash, and jumped into a waiting vehicle, either a gold or tan 4 door suv with heavily tinted windows.call crime stoppers if you can help them catch him.
next at noon.the winners and losers of the latest round of primaries.and why some of the candidates' wives are becoming targets. a brand new space now open in over-the-rhine is a chef's dream.how food entrepreneurs are using it to grow their businesses. beer and chips may go well together, but not like this! snacks, scattered on the highway. you're watching 9 on your side
delegates have been divvied up after the latest round of primaries.democrat hillary clinton won the big delegate prize of arizona but her rival bernie sanders took both idaho and utah.and as kenneth moton shows us, the gop divide between donald trump and ted cruz is now a little deeper. the fight for delegates.... sot hillary clinton i'm also
hillary clinton and donald trump took home big wins in arizona. no victory party or news conference for the billionaire, just a tweet...much bigger win than anticipated in arizona. thank you, i will never forget! nat we love you bernie we love you bernie not to be out done...the frontrunners' rivals also picked up democrat bernie sanders...repu blican ted cruz swept up all the delegates in utah. nat brussels the election night took a backseat to the terror attacks in brussels. cruz called for surveillance in muslim neighborhoods in the us. trump reignited his push to make torture legal to get information from the recently captured suspect in the paris attacks. sot trump he may be talking but he'll talk faster with the torture. if he would have talked you might not have all of the people dead and horribly wounded sot clinton what donald trump, ted cruz and others are suggesting is not only wrong, it's dangerous.
group used a nearly nude image of melania trump in an ad. "spill the beans" on cruz's stealing a line from the movie "the american president". sot cruz she is way out of his league. if he wants to get in a character fight he should stick with me. (kenneth standup close) the democrats will hold caucuses in alaska, hawaii and washington state saturday. but the next major contest for both sides happens in two weeks in wisconsin. kenneth moton, abc news washington a beer truck crashes into a potato chip truck, and sent everything flying. and another crash, much more serious, after a police pursuit caught on camera. 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
for an armed robbery.police tracked them down through gps and the chase was on.after the truck slammed into a car, one suspect ran, but both were arrested.the driver of the other car was hurt. this wreck also came to a this wreck also came to a scary end, for snack lovers. two trucks collided in florida this morning.one was a frito lay truck carrying potato chips.the other was a beer truck.police say the beer truck pushed the frito lay truck... causing it to flip and spill chips all over the interstate.the side of the beer truck also ripped open... spilling beer onto the interstate.the roadway was shut down as crews cleaned up the mess. there's a new opportunity for food entrepreneurs, now open in over-the-rhine. rhine.it's the findlay kitchen, located in findlay market.the commercial kitchen space is available for people like brandy mccaster, of bona fide health and fitness.her
to all sorts of clients.and they have quickly outgrown their home-based space. i think being downtown in otr the movement of being health conscious down here is so big. i think that it's wonderful to be down here in findlay market to have local resources that we can use to make sure we can provide clean and healthy meals to those people who are interested. interested.the eight thousand square foot space opened this morning at 10. the kids at primrose school in west chester helped donate more than 15-hundred dollars to save the children.all thanks to a bow tie. tie.for each person who wore a bow tie to school yesterday, the school's owners donated 5 dollars to save the children. rosie red and gapper were there to celebrate as well. washington d-c's famous cherry blossoms are expected to reach peak bloom today.the date is officially defined as the day
blossoms on the cherry trees are open.the national park service says they'll be in this stage for up to ten days. the peak is coinciding with this year's national cherry blossom festival, which runs through april 17th.the festival commemorates japan's gift of three-thousand cherry trees, way back in 1912. 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
loved ones need your help to find 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. he's believed to be driving a 20-13 chrysler 200... like the one in this photo. if you see dean
in just a few hours, the kenton county woman who died over the weekend at a nature reserve will be laid to rest. rest.katie stewart fell at the reserve near lexington while hiking.the 22-year-old was a senior at transylvania university.visitation begins at 3:30 today at saint agnes church in fort wright. the service follows at 7. there's a job fair happening right now for veterans in the tri-state. tri-state.this is the 10th annual veterans job fair sponsored by the northern kentucky tri-ed.it runs until 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. 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
challenge.a rivalry game between f-c cincinnati and charlotte's soccer team... the charlotte independence.the announcement's coming at 1:30. breaking news we are following this noon hour.an arrest in recent threats at north college hill schools. investigators say it was an inside job. also breaking.the indictment that could change the course for the suspect in the madison school shootings. and a tri-state woman's decision that may have kept her out of harm's way in
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breaking news we are following this noon hour.right now a school is being evacuated for a third day in a row after the arrest of a security guard there.police say he's the one who called in bomb threats on monday and tuesday. tuesday.9 on your side's jordan burgess is live at the school with the reaction of parents to another evacuation. right now many of the students here have been picked up.but there are still some who are here at the football field over by the middle school.parents have been picking them up for the last hour and a half.many not
frustrations.but police hope they've put an end to these evacuations. evacuations. we want to show you video of students when they started streaming out of the middle and high schools here just before 11. they did the same thing the last two days after bomb threats were called in. police say they've found who was making those threats. they say it was a private security guard at the school.after the arrest.. they say they wanted to empty the schools and do another sweep since the guard had access to the buildings this morning.the school had taken the step of banning bookbags in an effort to keep students safe and had done a sweep of the school before students arrived.we asked parents about having to do this again.. and again.. and again. scary. we need to keep them safe but they should just call off school. it's heard they caught him but he was in the building. so i don't think they should come back the rest of the week. let them have their spring break and have fun. no word on the status of school for tomorrow.this has
about who this guard was.. and why he did this.we're working to get those answers and hope to have more starting on the now at 4.reporting live.. jordan burgess. 9 on your side. also breaking.the teen charged in the madison school shooting has now been indicted by a grand jury. jury.austin hancock was indicted on four counts of attempted murder, four counts of felonious assault and inducing panic as a serious juvenile offender in the shooting that injured four students last month.if convicted of attempted murder, there's a possibility of being moved to an adult prison later. at this hour, authorities in brussels are searching for the third suspect seen on surveillance video, wanted in the wave of terror attacks that killed at least 31 people yesterday.two brothers are confirmed dead in the attacks. the u-s state department also just confirmed about a dozen americans were hurt. hurt.a cincinnati woman was just yards away from the attacks at the airport. alison
minutes before the explosions. she says she stopped to go to the bathroom before heading to baggage claim and that may have kept her from getting hurt. she initially thought the attack was a mass shooting and told us via skype today the moments following the bombing were scary. "i definitely feel shaken up by it and especially when i was leaving the airport and seeing the actual devastation, what had happened and just kind've the roller coaster of emotion from being in there. and at one point running from something that you're not sure what it is and feeling that you're literally running for your life." right now talkers is in a village called with friends. she says she plans to return to brussels for class monday and remain in the city through the fall before returning to cincinnati. after that she plans to move to brussels permanently. after those terrifying attacks in brussels, security is been beefed up in major american cities, as intelligence officials warn of the risk for copycat attacks
in washington with how this latest round of attacks abroad is changing our lives here at home. passengers in major american cities are seeing more of this. (sot nightline passenger) we've seen a lot more police presence. (gfx) from new york to washington dc, to chicago, to los angeles- - (vo) increased security and more officers in subways, train stations and airports. after the horrific terror attacks in brussels, authorities in the u-s are taking no chances. the only flight from brussels to the u-s tuesday was stopped on the tarmac-- not even allowed to the gate until after passengers and bags were brusselsplanelandsfl) they just told us there was a security situation. a brief scare in denver-- part of a terminal evacuated until some suspicious baggage was cleared. and in houston-- getting ready to host 100,000 fans for the n-c-a-a tournament-- officers are working with heightened concern. (nats air strike from raddatz pkg) over the last
pushed isis out of more of its territory in the middle east-- experts say the group created sleeper cells to strike abroad. (sot richard clarke, nightline) we know that isis created an external attack division last year. u-s officials say they are not aware of any isis-cells in the u-s at present... but the fbi is monitoring dozens of americans across the country who have shown sympathies for isis. (gfx nightline) in the past few years, 103 americans were charged with trying to join or support isis. far fewer than in europe. (sot matt olsen nightline) the muslim community in the u.s. is not as isolated as certain places in europe. (standup close) the state department has issued another advisory for americans traveling to europe... warning that terrorists are planning more attacks there on sporting events, tourist sites, and public transportation. bk abc news
hope you'll recognize the robber in this video and turn him in.they say back on march second, he held up a clerk with a gun at the advance auto parts store on mitchell avenue and demanded money.he got away with a bag of cash, and jumped into a waiting vehicle, either a gold or tan 4 door suv with heavily tinted windows.call crime stoppers if you can help them catch him. also new at noon.cincinnati- based procter and gamble is facing a possible class action lawsuit.plaintiffs say old spice deodorant burned them! them!rodney colley of virginia claims he "suffered severe rashes, burning and discomfort" after "only a few uses of the old spice product," in a lawsuit filed march 11-th.the suit says there are more than 100 other similar complaints on a consumer website.p&g says the product is safe, but would not comment on the lawsuit.wcpo insiders can learn more about the ingredient that may be behind the burn, right now on wcpo dot com.
are you wondering why stores are making the switch to those clunky new chip card readers? you may wonder no more once you see consumer reporter john matarese's story, which shows just how vulnerable your old credit card is to scammers. scammers. its now been two weeks since tri state kroger stores turned on their new chip reader terminals.shoppers are relucantly making the switch to the new chip cards....even though many people find the new card readers much slower than swiping. swiping."i do not like the chip card!" card!""they're a little inconvenient!"but you'll understand why stores are making the switch to chip when you see this amazing video....just released by the miami florida police department.watch the man on the right, as the clerk turns
cigarettes.he snaps an illegal credit card skimmer on the top of the stores card reader in just 3 seconds!from that point on, he is secretly recording every customer's credit card number, until he comes back a few hours later to remove it. it.you see, once everyone is using these new chip cards, those credit card skimmers will become useless.and thieves will have one less way to compromise your card. card. "there's been no successful hack or breaks in technology and we don't anticipate that there will be ."randy vanderhoof is with the group of us banks, businesses and card issuers who decided to make the switch.he says the new cards cannot be duplicated by card skimmers.shopper melissa sipples says while the new cards are slower, she's ok with it if it prevents this. this."i think a lot of people are upset about that, but they need to realize its for their own good, and it's more security for them in the long run!" and john will be back today starting at 5....with what tri state homeowners can do if
laminate wood flooring in their homes.plus: travelers changing their summer travel plans in the wake of recent terror attacks....later today on 9 on your side. so many americans suffer with chronic back pain.there are a few things you may want to add to your daily routine to bring relief. 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. cirque du soleil is bringing a show to the tri-state that plays off of one of the most popular films in recent history.our guest will show us some of the beauty of the show
you're watching 9 on your side at noon we're now hearing from health officials... who say the zika virus outbreak in america could become much worse than first thought. thought.right now... the virus is transmitted through one type of mosquito.but 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. back pain is the most common cause of disability in the united states, and treatment options are limited. but as doctor timothy johnson shows us, there may a better way to curb the pain. aches, pains, moans and groans. low back pain is a common complaint, and often difficult to treat. patients have been told to reach for an aspirin, a tylenol, a bed, a heating pad, but what about? a yoga mat? researchers in seattle enrolled a group of patients in a program
meditation and yoga. a second group tried a form of psychotherapy, and a third group did not change their back pain routines at all. the researchers found that people who did yoga and mindful meditation saw greater improvements in their pain, and they were able to function better in their daily lives. those who underwent psychotherapy also saw a benefit. and while the mindfulness program lasted only eight weeks, the results were lasting, with people still feeling better a full year later. earlier studies have linked meditation and yoga to improved back pain in older patients, but this study shows the link in people of all ages. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson about two decades ago an indian hill woman created a timer that helps kids know exactly how much longer they'll be waiting for something.but it's not just for antsy kids anymore.
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 if you can see the time -- you're going to be less stressed by it.inventor jan rogers of indian hill showed us how the 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 can read more about how rogers invented the timer and her company on wcpo dot com. let's turn to your forecast now with a live look from skycam 9. 9.i'm joined now by meteorologist jennifer
if you have never seen a cirque du soleil performance, they are amazing!and you have a chance coming up, when the show "toruk - the first flight" comes to u-s bank arena.here to tell us more is puppeteer kristi hughes.* from a group of 20 street performers at its beginnings in 1984, cirque du soleil is a major quebec-based organization providing high- quality artistic entertainment. * cirque du
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