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>> please do what you are asked. please. reporter: despite the pleading words of a nearby witness, he did something that triggered a lethal response. he started to raise up. he reached into his waistband. this is what he reached for. an airsoft pellet gun. nine shots were fired by three officers. he was hit multiple times and killed. >> don' t wave a gun at a cop. don' t go for a gun against a cop. you will be shot. reporter: his girlfriend called to say he was waving a gun and kids were around.
>> it reaches to his waistband. whether or not his judgment was impaired from the accident, he was either intoxicated or it is all up to the medical professionals. >> don' t give police a reason to shoot you. >> it looks as if he chose the other route. >> the three officers are from district three. they are all on paid administrative leave until the investigation is complete. mike: two people attacked by their own dogs while trying to
what happened. >> the dog warden says the dogs are mixes. they came out to this location at 2:00 this afternoon. they were attacked inside their home. the man and the woman were both taken to mercy hospital. they were also cut and bleeding. both are expected to be ok. she will remain in quarantined until the family decides what to do next. a 13-year-old boy, the son of
he was not injured. mike: causing a bit of a scare in the middletown area today, they join us live to explain what happened. >> in place for about 800 people, students and staff were told to stay inside. as they picked up their children, the district reassured them all students were safe. >> the kids are just as safe here as they are anywhere else. >> they told students and staff
they worked to contain a chemical leak. the tanker carrying about 4000 gallons started to leak when it was offloaded into the chemical plant. the estimate less than 50 gallons spilled. >> there was a small plume. the wind was coming out of the east. they did what we call shelter in place. reporter: it is highly toxic and poisonous to inhale or swallow. >> you had a breeze out of the hour. carrying off the dangerous substance. >> no one was injured. talked to investigators, they were investigating.
sheree: a man attacked for people with a machete last week. he is moving back to israel because of the trauma. he hopes someone else can take over or even run his business. he says he does not feel safe in america anymore. mike: a woman accused of driving the wrong way and causing a deadly crash was arraigned today. pleading not guilty to charges of vehicular homicide. brian hamrick was in the courtroom today. >> the attorney said she' s the mother of a four-year-old and a six-month-old. the family of the victim spent a day at the morgue.
of charges holding a responsible for causing the fatal crash. >> she has no priors even though this is a significant event. she is not a flight risk. prosecutors pointed out she was driving with a .122 alcohol level well above the limit of .08. all of this as the family spent the day at the morgue. his son edgar share this picture with us. he was too distraught to talk on camera today. after our story yesterday revealing 911 callers who spotted a wrong way driver , police are now looking into the
>> they just got on exit 12. >> passing the dirt road going northbound. there is somebody in the fast lane. >> the colors begin again as the van turns onto 71 headed the wrong way and a traffic going southbound. at least three callers see the same thing. then at 3 a.m. going the wrong way in the opposite direction, the fatal crash as her car slams into arenas. police say she was over the legal alcohol limit. part of the reason her attorney argued for a lower bond is that
reporter: anyone who walks to the doors will be asked to walk through a metal detector. >> the safety of our patrons, fans, it is worth every penny. reporter: the new approach to safety has been a long time coming. the discussion about metal detectors moves much faster. we' ve seen our neighbors at great american ball park. >> this is just the next up for us. reporter: all entrances to the arena now have metal detectors for employees and artists and their crew. it is all about safety, he says. and having fun. a scavenger hunt
to a cardboard cutout of blake shelton. excited for the opportunity and she supports the new security measure, better safe than sorry. >> i will come early and not bring a big purse. we will be prepared to wait in line for security. reporter: be prepared to empty your pockets when you enter the arena. if you plan on bringing a purse meet a size requirement. mike: the blake shelton concert starts tonight at 7:30 p.m.. tomorrow is winter jam. for a list of what you can and cannot bring, just go to our website.
sheree: a young girl and her family taking their private struggles public. >> our children deserve effective medicine. mike: the campaign to make pot legal in ohio. sheree: the latest legal action the clinic is now facing when we come back. kevin: look at the temperatures out to our west. i will let you know when our
mike: the future of marijuana in ohio remaining a hot topic. sheree: one or more family saying there is too much talk and too little action. reporter: some people consider cannabis a cure-all while others say it is a recipe for trouble. they just want critics to keep an open mind. >> we look forward to seeing each other at the end of the day. >> the daily routine seems just that. routine. >> there is that smile.
lucy has severe epilepsy. but nicole knows that lucy struggles with simple task. feeding her fish requires a specialized machine. she started having seizures. up to 300 today. she met -- had another one. >> we' re here with you, kiddo. >> heavy hitting drugs. now she wants her daughter to try marijuana in the form of medicine. >> instead of being looked at as heroes, we could potentially be
>> they considered moving to a state where medical marijuana is legal. >> we don' t believe he should have to make this terrible choices. >> they have the power to heal. >> i know individuals that have moved and are finding great success with their children. >> the great thing is that lawmakers are making the time. our children have the right to try it. reporter:
recent forum organized by ohio state editors. it could lead to a ballot proposal. >> it opens your eyes to the other side of the issue, todd. thank you to nicole for sharing the story. they say the issue should be left up to medical marijuana makers. mike: a planned parenthood louisville clinic, a suit filed today by the kentucky cabinet for health and family services. planned parenthood. an agreement to bring a new
sheree: it will feature local and nationally recognized djs and scheduled to open in the summer. including keystone and the righteous room. mike: kevin: turned out to be a very nice day across the area. you can see those little piles of snow, remnants left over from earlier this week. get used to that because we have a little taste of spring p coming. it looks like much milder heading into the weekend. and along with spring, you expect a little wet weather, too. wind beginning to increase and turning back out of the south. it will increase tomorrow. during the daytime hours,
could gust to 40 miles an hour. i do think the strongest wind will be north of i 70. some gusting wind close to 40 after the sun goes down tomorrow night. this is in response to a warm front. some unseasonably warm air. still a little on the cool side, temperatures slowly slipping to the 30' s. here' s a live look outside right now. it will be coldest tonight. everyone else from the
the chili is reading could be further east where temperatures will likely be freezing. and then once you get west of 75 metro area. will come up just shy of 60. not much to show you here. saturday night will be dry, too. and by the time you a cup sunday morning, there will be somewhat weather across the area. it won' t be as cold and won' t be as chile. -- as chilly. here is a look at the day planner.
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need name badges and photo ids but they' ve reported for spring training. only pitchers and catchers had a report today. a good portion of the position players have reported as well. there were a lot of jobs open. it will be the mix for left field. >> i' m looking forward to it and they are working hard. >> baseball is really here. people say it is baseball season time. this is when you get antsy about everything. george: trusting photographer
the bearcats are living in the big reason why. >> they' re looking to play their way into the tournament. >> it is going to be a great opportunity. they came to play meaningful games. >> coach cronin says they have improved leaps and bounds since the last meeting. >> we' re ready. working on the things we' re good at. i think we are striving for
trying to get those guys , the four guys that average double figures to make sure they all play well on the same night. >> it is set for thursday night at 9 p.m.. cincinnati will be looking for their third straight win. mike: -- george: daytona will be revving the engine' s tonight. sheree: we are going to have nice weather. kevin: a warm-up kicking into high gear tomorrow. all of this is actually coming
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