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richard: we'll tell you about a partnership to keep you safe this super bowl sunday. jonathan: a spectator sport of a different time. helping a local church break the super bowl attendance slump. sun, rain and snow in the next 24 hours. meteorologist jennifer schack will tell us about the roller coaster ride encompassing all these things. it's sunday, february 7, 2016. this is news 5 today. [captioning made possible by wlwt-tv] jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today. i'm jonathan hawgood. meteorologist jennifer schack, citycam 5 has a shot i'd call first blush. do you think? jennifer: that works well. jonathan: red mixed in with
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a touch of orange in the mid section. jennifer: is the moon up yet? jonathan: it's a new moon. jennifer: yesterday, it came up an hour, hour and a half before sunrise. jonathan: come to me for celestial information. i go to you for the forecast. i like today, not the rest of the week. jennifer: today, warmer than yesterday. a good amount of sunshine. a little breezy. tomorrow, we start to change things up. this morning, visibilities are high. temperatures, not too bad. 20s and 30s. visibility, eight to nine miles for reporting sites. temperatures have varied for the morning. we have temperatures in the 30s, lower spot, pooling air has dropped down to the 20s. the station is at 31 degrees. everyone dry with clear skies.
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note cloeds heading into our direction. we'll quickly become partly cloudy for the late morning. getting more active as the cold front arrives tonight. snow showers for tomorrow and the first half of the work week. jonathan: thanks, jennifer. several police agencies are investigating a fatal crash that ended with a man dead in park hills, kentucky. it happened right outside covington catholic high school saturday morning. police say 68-year-old roger lee stephenson was hit while crossing the street. he died at the scene. >> he usually waits for his bus coming this way. when he sees his bus, he crosses over. looks like that's what he was doing, crossing over to get on the bus. jonathan: the driver is cooperating with the investigation. kenton county police are overseeing the investigation. he was a father, husband, and avid cyclist. there was a huge show of support
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in a hit and run crash in anderson township. wlwt news 5's tammy mutasa has the story. >> it strikes a nerve with everyone who rides a bike. reporter: it's the kind of bike ride this tight knit cycling community never wants to have, a ghost bike ride. >> today is a sorrowful day for the bicycle community. reporter: hundreds and hundreds of cyclists came together to give michael prater his last and final ride. >> it's really empowering to see that this many people are coming out for someone that they may not have even known. just to show their support and that we're all in this together. reporter: the hit and run crash which killed the father of two little children, hit close to home. investigators say the driver, melinda woodall, had drug paraphernalia in her suv. >> there's nothing michael could have done to prevent the crash. it could happen to any one of us at any time.
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reporter: now on the side of u.s. 52 near asbury road, the white ghost bike is there as a vivid reminder. >> bicycling is about people. whenever people are involved, you have experiences like this. reporter: for michael prater, riding bikes was a way of life. now that his life is gone, it's being honored with the passion he had. >> we're sad to be here, but this is a coming together of a community to support the family. jonathan: a go fund me page has been set up for michael's wife and two children. cyclists are lobbying for a house bill currently pending in the ohio state house. the bill would increase penalties for drivers in hit and run crashes. well, it is super bowl sunday, a day that will give way to a shot at history for the denver broncos or the carolina panthers. local law enforcement officials and businesses are teaming up to make sure it doesn't lead to danger on the roads. wlwt news 5's richard chiles
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the campaign. richard: make being sure people stay safe in super bowl sunday, an amazing coalition of law enforcement officials, private business owners, restaurants making sure people are safe. mandy, you've got everybody involved. >> warren county is teaming up with local pizza places in warren county, middle town, lebanon, mason. richard: it's a simple sticker? >> a simple sticker message on the pizza boxes today, reminding you to designate a sober driver to drive you home. >> sergeant byrd, your 're part of this as well. >> we've allocated overtime and having people out we normally
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we'll cover more area with more units units. we don't want to be involved in peoples business, but if we need to be, we'll be there to do it. richard: keeping people safe, from business owners and law enforcement, making sure you enjoy your super bowl sunday make sure it's a safe one. jonathan: thanks, richard. butler county sheriff richard joens teamed up with mcgruff. >> what are you doing in here? that's not how you dance. jonathan: the female deputy with the tie is the real dancer of the group. the butler county sheriff's department tweeted out the dance party friday. hand it to the sheriff. he's all in.
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bowl, don't drink and drive. the video has more than 150,000 views. he's got the moves. you can watch the entire video on look at the female deputy right there. crossroads church trying to appeal to football fans, as they do every year, by hosting the super bowl of preaching event. the preaching competition will put senior pastor brian tome against teaching pastor chuck mingo. there will be tailgating, a pregame show, smack talk and a halftime show. organizers say it's one of the highest attended weekends of the year. check it out at one of their six locations. across the river in covington, a mardi gras celebration, complete with revellers, beads and plenty of fun, including the annual
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jonathan: suspiciously good dancing going on here. this year's theme was chinese new year. mainstrasse's mardi gras celebration has been going strong for 20 years now. >> i just really, just think kentucky and the tri-state altogether, including cincinnati, just a fun place. we like to party. it's the middle of winter and it's good time for everybody to get out and just really have a good time. jonathan: i'm glad they had the warm day for it yesterday. more than 16 restaurants and bars took part in the celebration. many of them serving new orleans favorites, including hurricanes. lots of good dancing. the death toll in taiwan continues to mount, following that massive earthquake. coming up, we'll tell you the latest on the search as officials race the clock to rescue those who may still be trapped. xavier basketball trying to improve on its already impressive record saturday.
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jonathan: welcome back. the death toll in an earthquake in southern taiwan has reached 24. officials say life detectors at a collapsed 17-story highrise found at least 124 people still alive but trapped inside. taiwan central news agency reports 448 people have been injured in the shallow, 6.4 magnitude quake. an oregon police officer was killed in the line of duty friday night while serving a search warrant. it happened in seaside, about 80 miles northwest of portland. police sergeant jason gooding was 39 years old. he had been with the department for 13 years. he was attempting to arrest a man wanted for felony assault. a second officer shot and killed
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an ohio officer has been wounded in a chase and shouldout otout with a suspect. skyler neu fer was injured. stephen davis shot officer newfer and fled. the suspect was killed when he crashed his vehicle. newfer was flown to grant medical center in columbus. no word on his condition. wisconsin authorities are going ice fishing for sunken vehicles. a number of cars parked in the wrong place, fell through the cracked ice at lake geneva's winterfest. the fire department is working to get the vehicles freed from the ice. officials there say no people were inside the sunken cars. no word yet on how many vehicles were swallowed up. let's talk local weather with jennifer. jennifer: a beautiful sunday morning. clear skies.
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there's temperatures not bad by comparison. we're at 31 right now. there's a slight wind chill in the mid 20s thanks to a south breeze at seven miles an hour. visibility is high at ten miles. south winds will continue into the afternoon. it will help the temperature climb nicely. satellite and radar combined showing clear skies through the night so far. now scattered clouds workinging their way in. we'll increase clouds by the late morning. you i think we'll be dealing with sun and clouds through the afternoon. they'll likely be thickening through the second half of the afternoon. temperatures will be able to climb ten degrees above average. highs today, 50 degrees. this will be the warmest of the last couple days. a quiet end to the weekend. look at the cold front pushing quickly into our direction for transition. we start off with rain showers. period. looks like they've been delayed by a couple hours.
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early morning commuters, maybe a few wet snowflakes, raindroplets possible. there should be a dry window with sinking air behind the front. we get into more activity tomorrow afternoon, lasting through the evening. a couple of bouts of briefly heavy snow showers. another cold front tuesday morning. that means we stay in the northwest flow with enough moisture to bring in periods of snow showers throughout tuesday and wednesday. and that second cold front is when the winds start to pick up and wind chills will plummet. we're talking feels like temperatures for tuesday and wednesday likely in the teens. here's a look at futurecast with the timing for the overnight precipitation into monday. we start off at 8:00 under partly cloudy skies. clouds thicken during the late evening. rain showers around midnight shouldn't be heavy or problematic.
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morning commuters, maybe a shower or wet snowflake. most of the late morning should be pretty dry and then we get into activity tomorrow afternoon. a little bit of a mix to start a possibility, but it should transition by 3:00 and 4:00 to all snow showers. note with this activity, there are dry spots mixed in definitely. but some locations that see snow may be briefly heavy at times tomorrow evening. there will be isolated spots with road concerns monday evening. the same problem for tuesday and wednesday as snow showers continue. most of us will see at least some flakes or flurries each day. monday, tuesday and wednesday. any given snow shower that may be heavy, a covering or an inch of snow possible. so after three days of this, i think for the entire region, we're talking one, maybe two inches of snow, a couple of higher totals possible. those flurries taper wednesday. the temperature heads downward. today, 51. increasing clouds, late evening showers.
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morning, minimal. they'll pick up late afternoon to evening. the highest time frame, probably 4:00, 6:00, still lingering. temperatures in the 30s through the day. the official high, 39 at midnight. 28 with wind chills in the teens tuesday. still cold wednesday. we remain below average into next weekend. note the second half of the forecast, overnight lows consistently in the teens. jonathan. jonathan: another stretch below freezing even for the high temperatures. two local college basketball teams in action saturday with very different outcomes. news 5's elise jesse has details. i'm elise jesse. straight games over marquette going into yesterday's game. xavier trailed most of the time as they were out-rebounded, 35-27. but if you've watched xavier play at all this season, you know there aren't many things that can throw xavier off their game. they always seem to be able to regroup and adjust. xavier looking to sweep marquette this season. the golden eagles weren't going
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blueitt had a three. he had a career high with five threes. also eight assists on the day. sandy cohen hits this triple. marquette just completed a 15-0 run. 39-35 lead at the half. chris mack's daughters weren't having it at all. marquette's turnovers. these two gave them their first lead since the 9:46 mark in the first half. macura had 20 points on the day. muskies get the 90-82 win. >> hopefully, we can just play like that more often. i think that's where we're trying to get. we're trying to work on. everybody realizes when we play like that, it's fun for everybody. we've got to stay consistent elise: cincinnati on the road at memphis. a sluggish first half meant the bearcats would have to spend the second half digging themselves
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play. the tigers came out ready to compete. we go to the second half. bearcats down nine. off the miss, gary clark the put-back. no sophomore slump there. he records his second double-double of the week with 15 points and 14 rebounds. cobb was left wide open for three there. cincinnati goes down seven. under two to go. down four, troy caupain had 17. the tigers had an immediate answer. avery woodson with the triple as memphis beats cincinnati, 63-59. that's not all the college basketball we have. we have much more coming up, plus high school hoops on the way. jonathan, for now, back to you. jonathan: raising money for an organization which helps our youth with a fashion show. we'll talk to that man about the models they're looking for to go down the runway. and your live look outside. citycam 5. got a little pink in the clouds. lovely. hope you've got a great sunday ahead. appreciate you starting with us
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it's 7:22. young boys will hit the runway to make a difference for youth. the backstage fashion show comes up next month. organizers are looking for young men ready to strut their stuff. joining me, gary favors. thanks for coming in. tell us about the event. >> it's to go to help fund scholarships for when students get ready to go on to college and pursue the medical field as a profession. they'll have scholarship dollars there waiting for them once they graduate from high school. jennifer: it's parts of the hearts and minds program. >> it's a program at the university of cincinnati where we meet twice a month and focus on honing math and science skills. part of the process is to get these kids to look at the profession of becoming doctors,
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doctors and nurses across the board. there's a pipeline to get these young boys looking at the medical field. jennifer: are we talking about high school boys? >> grades fifth through ninth grades. we want to start them young, get them ready through the pipeline so once they hit high school, they're taking challenging courses to get ready for college. jennifer: sounds like a great organization. organization. >> tomorrow is our casting call at xavier university conference center. so we're asking folks from young young, all folks to come out and help. jennifer: what will they be fashioning? >> all the latest fashions that macy's has on march 6. jennifer: all ages? >> all ages, young, children. jennifer: do you need applicants
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>> all ages yes. jennifer: any requirements? >> no. just show up. jennifer: the fashion show is soon? >> march 6. jennifer: good luck with the tryouts and especially the heart and minds programs as well. the casting call is tomorrow at the cintas center from 10:00 to 1:00 or 2:00 until 6:00. the fashion show will be at the downtown macy's on march 6. gary, thanks for coming in. jonathan: still a lot more ahead, including in the starting lineup. the local pet getting national attention in the puppy bowl. and your live look outside.
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jonathan: now on news 5 today, taking a stand against teen suicide. the challenge two churches are issuing to our youth. republicans a powerful message from law enforcement, keeping you safe this super bowl sunday. we'll give you details just ahead. jonathan: and another nice day ahead for us. but you've got to get your ice scrapers and rock salt ready. oh, no. meteorologist jennifer schack
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weather will move back in and how bad it could be for your monday morning commute. nick see the moon out there? it's sunday, february 7, 2016. this is news 5 today. jonathan: good morning. welcome to news 5 today. i'm jonathan hawgood. meteorologist jennifer schack and i said we're very close to a new moon, the point you can see the moon. jennifer: it came up right before sunrise. i got a tweet from a viewer who said the new moon is tomorrow. jonathan: we should be able to see a sliver.
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no moon out there. at least we can see the tiara with the gorgeous light color in the sky. a terrific sunday ahead. no complaints about this day. jchesz jennifer: today is the only day above average in the forecast. transition will happen later tonight. temperatures this morning, quite a variation, depending on probably a few winds. locations with light winds are in the 20s. others in the 30s. the south winds will take us into the low 50s this afternoon. a mild day with a good amount of sunshine. we'll be dry today during the day. dry conditions on the wlwt radar this morning. we have clouds arriving on satellite. they'll be increasing into late morning and midday. we're talking partly cloudy skies for the afternoon, trending towards mostly cloudy at times. may limit sunshine a little bit.
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it will be breezy to help with temperatures. we're heading above average. we get active with snow showers. we'll have details and timing coming up. jonathan: jennifer, thanks. happening today, two local churches issue a challenge to youth, after cincinnati public schools sent letters home warning about suicides and attempted suicides among young people. today, word of deliverance and the new prospect baptist church issuing the #islandchallenge, which translates to i shall live and not die. the letter from the superintendents alerts parents the district is responding by beginning a series of talks with students in fifth through 12th grades. the letter alerts parents to internet sites that encourage students to engage in behavior that could harm them. church leaders say they have to put an end to the self-destructive spirit.
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young people are crying out for help. this is an act of violence that does not involve a gun, drugs or gangs. jonathan: leaders suggest talking to someone if you or someone you know is in need of help. by the way, the talbert house has a 24-hour crisis line. it's 281-care. honoring those who work to make a difference in children's lives. that was the goal of the eighth annual difference makers awards. the award was presented to many people, actually, nominated by the community to recognize the volunteer work they do at local organizations, which benefit our youth. this year was interesting because several young people were actually nominated. >> young people under the age of 18 who have taken it upon themselves to make a difference, and it's really neat because it is 100% driven by them. jonathan: more than 90 nominations were submitted from across the greater cincinnati area. tonight, some people may have too much to drink during their
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so today a campaign is kicking off to keep them from getting behind the wheel after the celebration. wlwt news 5's richard chiles live in lebanon with the effort to keep you safe on the roads. hey, richard. richard: good morning. i'm with mandy wells with the warn ren county safe communities organization. on this super bowl sunday, keeping people safe. staying safe begins at home with the host, doesn't isn't it. >> it does. we know that today, the super bowl is the most national sporting event throughout the year. lots of parties and gatherings with friends and family. we want you to plan ahead. >> in that planning ahead, there are things hosts can do to make sure guests are safe. there are other things i need to keep an eye on for my company. >> we want people to watch the patrons.
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too much to drink, take their keys or get them a ride home so we don't have accidents or injuries. richard: in your coalition, we've had a chance to see the coroner, trooper herd. this is bringing people together terms of being safe. >> it is. it takes a lot of effort from from all organizations within the county. our primary goal is to prevent death and injury on the roads. richard: keeping people safe, planning ahead and an important message on this super bowl sunday. jonathan: thousands will meet up to watch the broncos take on the panthers in super bowl 50. one location has a viewing party which will be giving to a good cause, the seventh annual touchdown for hope event. happens at the great event ballpark champions club. those attending watch the game on the big screen, while enjoying dishes from cincinnati's best restaurants. it's to support local research on bipolar and mood disorders at
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tickets are required. the event begins at 6:00 p.m. one of the big commercials during the super bowl will star cincinnati's hit king, pete rose. he'll be joined by las vegas mayor oscar goodman, who will be advising rose about the benefits of the william hill mobile sports app. william hill u.s. operates 105 race and sports books in nevada and is the state's leading mobile sports app. an ohio dog will go paw to paw in the puppy bowl. rugby, perhaps a poorly named dog for this competition, is an 8-month-old terrier mix, who was drafted to the starting squad of team fluff. they will take on team ruff for
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i wonder if there will be scrums involved. he comes from the animal friends humane society in hamilton. he's one of 84 adoptable puppies competing for the award. watch rugby on animal planet at 3:00 this afternoon. tension continues to mount because of north korea. coming up, we'll talk about the new claims from that nation and what the united states and its allies say actually happened. and as the new hampshire primary gets closer, candidates took to the stage to try to earn crucial votes, including the donald. details from the republican debate and which candidates received the most heat. we've got beautiful reds out there. look at that deeper red defying the cloud bank and breaking
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jonathan: welcome back. new developments out of north korea. the country says it launched a satellite into space, but neighbors and the u.s. officials believe it's a missile test. their leader gave order to launch the rocket, defying international warnings. a u.s. defense official says.
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didn't pose a threat to the u.s. or our allies. new hampshire's presidential primary, just a few days away. saturday night, candidates met in a debate. one final matchup before the crucial vote takes place. donald trump has a hefty lead in new hampshire. much of saturday night's focus was on marco rubio, who is rising in the polls and starting to take the heat. >> you have not been involved in a consequential decision where >> christie, your state got hit ago. you didn't want to go back. back. jonathan: donald trump and jeb issues. foreign policy and national security and how they'd deal with the north korea missile ms. the new hampshire primary is tuesday, february 9. we are covering it live. mike dardis will be in new hampshire. you'll see him live monday and tuesday here on news 5. the louisville cardinals on the court just a day after announcing that self-imposed punishment.
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the puppy going -- puppies going up for adoption today. cute, cute, cute. jennifer: temperatures climbing this afternoon. soaring ten degrees above average today. enjoy, because we fall from here. your forecast coming up. here in vineland, home of progresso, we figured out how to get rich ingredients like bacon into 22 light soups, so if you want 100 calories or less per serving without giving up rich flavor do what we do...make it progresso. oooh, i think i saw dessert! hey! steven stay strong! what's that? want me to eat you?
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jennifer: welcome back. we've started sunday with beautiful sunshine. we should have plenty to start this morning. more cloud cover into midday. we're at 31 right now. south wind at 7. because of the south breeze, temperatures haven't fallen off this morning. visibility is high at ten miles. no fog to start off this morning. we'll be at 43 by 11:00 a.m. sailing into the low 50s for the afternoon. partly to, at times, mostly cloudy skies expected. satellite and radar showing cloud cover moving into our direction. that will limit the sunshine at times. right now, clear skies overhead, waiting for scattered clouds to arrive.
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not going to impact temperatures too much. ahead of the cold flont, a southwest breeze at 8 to 15 miles an hour should help temperatures chime about ten degrees above average. today, low 50s. the mildest of the last couple before the cold front arrives later tonight. models delaying it just a little bit. more midnight time frame for light showers to arrive just ahead of the front. no problems, temperatures around 40 degrees when the showers arrive. a touch of moisture behind the front, early morning commuters may notice them as temperatures fall off. then a dry window with sinking air that we wend up with a peek of sunshine early monday before we start to get the activity monday afternoon. when we bring back afternoon moisture monday, we start off with a light nicks and quickly transition to snow showers. notice it's a widespread area of snow showers monday afternoon and then into monday evening as well. then another cold front comes in
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we'll reinforce the weather pattern and stay cold with blustery northwest winds, periods of snow showers tuesday and wednesday. a couple days with periods of snow showers, some may be briefly heavy starting off tomorrow afternoon into the evening. here's how it sets up. a close look at 8:00 tonight. we're still dry and partly cloudy. we thicken clouds by wid night. a couple rain showers around midnight. as that moisture comes to an end, a sprinkle snowflake, temperatures above freezing no big kearns. tomorrow afternoon, the second cold front with moisture. quickly transitioning to snow showers. some a little dark,en indication we'll see briefly heavy snow showers at times. then we'll see more for tuesday and wednesday as well. temperatures comfortably below freezing the next couple days.
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entire region each day, at least a few flakes, if not one of the heavier snow showers. if you get underneath a heavy snow showers, a covering a quick one inch of snow, light accumulation possible. with three days of that, we'll end up by late wednesday, most of us see one or two inches of snow, isolated spots, maybe slightly higher. we'll also be dealing with temperatures with wind chills feeling like the teens on tuesday and wednesday afternoon. it's going to be a stark change from 51 this afternoon with sunshine and dry conditions. tomorrow, high temperature at midnight. beyond that, near the freezing mark a good portion of the morning and afternoon. highest potential for coverage tomorrow evening. it is all snow showers tuesday. wrapping up flurries wednesday. we come out of the deepest cold and snow showers friday night. next weekend. jonathan:.
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animals ready to go to good homes. with me, mary and bob from the stray animal adoption program. we'll start with the equity. this is like a queen. >> it's divine miss chloe. she's a long haired calico. she is front declawed. we rescued her from a shelter, and we don't really know why she was at the shelter, but she's a very good cat. i've had per -- jonathan: she's docile. >> she's very self-confident. she creates no drama in your house. jonathan: that's a selling point. the overall look is so impressive. she's regal. i'm don't think you're seeing on the tv, but she's big. the flowing hair there, that's better. oh, my. >> she fits in easily and is a definite lap cat.
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my house, she was on my lap and wouldn't leave. jonathan: where will we find her today. >> at saap station on martha layne collins boulevard. jonathan: bob, you've got a trifecta here. >> they just discovered the wire that goes to my microphone. these three are litter mates. they're adorable. i'm going to start with this one. i want to show off her ears. jonathan: she looks wise. what's her name? >> her name is felicity. now, these three, there's two more litter mates. lap. they're coonhound mixes. momma weighs 75 pounds. felicity has ears for days. she's got a sister, thea. >> look at the camera, honey. >> she's guys are great. jonathan: she's got white
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>> they're hilarious. this is mer lynn, all three will be at the petco in fort wright. they'll be there from 11:00 to 3:00. pets. they're coon hounds. they'll be larger. they've been around children, been around other pets. they do well with everybody. they're very social. jonathan: plenty of energy and flashing cute eyes. martha layne collins boulevard. they're going to be there until 11:00. if you'd like more information, call 859, 391-1234 or logon to wlwt and click on the as seen on section. now here's elise with sports. elise: trey lewis and damian lee will not be playing in the ncaa tournament for the cardinals. yesterday, rick pitino came out and said the schools and the
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those violations. we'll see if any traction picks up with that. one day after announcing their self-imposed postseason ban, louisville was hosting boston college. and damian lee was out for saturday's game. first half, deng adel comes up with a sweet steal. he'll take it the other way for the lay-in. cardinals up 14. second half, quinton snyder, the alley-oop for the dunk. louisville cruises to the victory with a 79-47 win over boston college. kentucky was at home meeting up with florida, without alex poythress, who was injured during warmups. this was over early. briscoe with the kickout to jamal murray for three. he finished with 35 points. kentucky dominates the court we head now to bb&t arena where nku looking to summon the norse versus milwaukee.
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on. later in the half, it's a kick-out to cole murray for the triple. it's good. norse down two. moore from nku. le'veon holland driving the lane, gets the layup to go in traffic. nku wins it, 75-71 over milwaukee. high school basketball, moeller at home facing lakota west. participating in a pastry eating contest. second quarter, keegan mcdonnell launches the three. moeller with a four-point lead. jacob beal splits the defenders with the drive. goes up for the layup. west down two. but this one was all moeller all night long. isaiah payton with the three from the top of the key. moeller improves to 17-3 with a 49-35 win. the walnut hills student section is called the nuthouse. they even have a twitter account so you know they're the real deal.
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the three from the corner. that's how walnut started the game. the bombers have hunter latny. he uses the not-look pass to bobby jefferson. he doesn't miss when he's that close to the basket. center. he didn't miss either. they beat the bombers in a close one, 45-41. of course, we told you in the another win. they're 21-2. and u.c. falls to memphis. that's it for me right now. for now we'll send it to you, jonathan. jonathan: after the break, the final check of the top stories of the morning and the forecast. we're getting electric shots from citycam. got the double sun, orange abounds. light everywhere and beauty for your viewing pleasure. catch this picture as we throw it through the air to you. stay with us. we'll be right back here at
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jonathan: police have identified a man hit and killed over the weekend in park hills, kentucky.
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stephenson was hit while crossing the street outside of covington catholic high school saturday morning. he died at the scene. police say the driver involved is cooperating with the investigation. kenton county police are overseeing the investigation. two local churches are issuing a challenge to our youth. today, word of deliverance and the new prospect baptist church issuing the #islandchallenge. it stands for i shall live and not die. cps recently lost two students to suicide. the district is responding by beginning a series of talks with students in fifth through twelfth grades. local law enforcement officials are teaming to prevent drunk and drugged driving. customers who order pizza from businesses will see a special sticker on the box telling them to have a game plan to include a designated driver if they plan on drinking.
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to friends and family who are drinking. don't let anyone impaired have keys to their vehicle. good temperatures today. jennifer: nice, 51 with sunshine. the cold front arrives tonight. the first one. tomorrow, we're talking the high ends up 39. most of the day will be below that. snow showers are possible. more snow showers tuesday, trying to wrap up wednesday. temperatures overnight in the teens for the second half of the forecast. jonathan: tuesday, wednesday, thursday under freezing. fridayings, we break out four degrees above. citycam, color for us? oh, yeah. yellow.
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