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tv   Good Morning Cincinnati 430  CBS  February 29, 2016 4:25am-5:00am EST

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3 new this morning...we're waiting to learn if a body found in bracken county is that of missing pendleton county woman, tara turner.the body was found last night off snag creek road, near the ohio river.tara turner's dad tells us he was contacted by police and called to the scene ... but the coroner will have to determine whether the body is hers.the 31-year old woman from falmouth has been missing since january 31st.stay with local12 news and local12- dot-com as we follow developments. 3 time/temp ...ahead at four-30 ...a clergyman killed ...why investigators believe a man targeted the pastor at a dayton ohio church ...
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wrapping up ...who walked away big winners during the academy awards're watching good
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3 3 i am begging to the korean people and government for my forgivenessnow at four-30 ... arrested overseas ...for the first time, an ohio native is speaking out after he was detained in north korea ...
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time to upgrade you can turn in your old baby items for discounts on new ones. 3 celebrating hollywood's best ...which actors took home oscars' for their on-screen performances. 3 good morning 3 cincinnati.thanks for joining us on this monday.i'm john lomax.and i'm sheila gray.the stories of the day are coming up. first a check of the weather. here's meterologist john gumm.
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3 time/temp this morning american student with local ties makes his first media appearance since he was arresteed in north korea more
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authorities announced the arrest of otto warmbier on january 22nd for allegedly commiting hostile acts against the state.warmbier, a 21- year-old wyoming graduate and university of virginia undergrad, acknowledged and apologized for the alleged crime. 3 on the early morning of january 1st, 2016, i committed my crime of taking out the important political slogan from the staff-only area of the yanggakdo international hotel, aimed at harming the work ethic and the motivation of the korean people.warmbier says he was offered a used car worth ten-thousand dollars by a member of friendship united methodist church, who told him the slogan would be hung on its wall as a trophy.he also said he was told that if he was detained, 200-thousand dollars would be paid to his mother as charitable donations. warmbier says he accepted the offer because his family is suffering "severe financial
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dayton ohio police are trying to find the motive behind a deadly church shooting ... witnesses say they just finished singing when 68-year-old daniel schooler went into the back office, and opened fire inside saint peters missionary baptist church.police say he shot and killed his brother.. the church's pastor, 70-year-old william schooler. 3 "i didn't realize what was going on i heard a boom and then we all ran out of the church.""i tried to stop pastor's wife from going back there but she pushed me out of the way."police say this was not a random act of violence, and believe it has something to do with a domestic dispute. members of the congregation say it could be a money issue. schooler has a history of violence.. and he's due in court today on a murder charge. 3 time/temp other news ... expect to run into some road troubles if you're heading south for spring break ...a rock slide has shut down i-75 in both directions in northern tennesse. it's about 30 miles from the kentucky state line. the tennesee department of transportation says the interstate will be closed for weeks... that's so workers can
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stabilize the area to make sure it is safe.driver will have to find an alternate route. 3 it's the last day to get a big discount on new baby gear and furniture...the great trade-in event at toys- r- us and babies- r- us wraps up today. stores are offering customers a 25-percent discount on baby items that meet the latest safety standards.all you have to do is turn in used cribs, car seats, high chairs, and other baby gear.we have a link to learn more at local12- dot-com.
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incredibly surreal-nat/sot- brie larson also picked up a golden statue for her performance in 'room':(sot brie larson) i feel really strong and excited to be holding this gold guywhen the curtain fell on the big show... the stars made their way to the governors ball to toast to the night...(sot tom mccarthy/director spotlight) we worked so hard on this film and to have it rewarded like this is truly amazingmany praised host and comedian host and comedian chris rock who pushed the envelope in addressing the oscars-so-white controversy.(sot minnie driver) chris rock is an amazing performer and person and it needed to happen superstar elton john used his annual afterparty to raise awareness for hiv and aids: (elton john/oscar party host) (3:43) we've made a lot of progress in the last 30 years but we still haven't made enough progress(teri okita/reporting)standup: (35:52) the parties also give celebrities a chance to meet for the first time, and yes, they, too, get starstruck. (sheryl crow/singer)sot: "oh, i do. listen, if i walked into leonardo dicaprio right now, i don't know what i would do! fashion stylist carson
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he looked over the guest list. (carson kressley & gene simmons)sot: (11:16) gene simmons from kiss. (teri) he's right behind you. (carson) oh, my god, i was just talking about you. (gene) i heard. (carson) you're one of my faves! (gene) can i touch you? (carson) i wish you would!the glitz and glamour was not lost on tinseltowns biggest celebs showed off their styles and awards into early hours.teri okita, cbs hollywood. 3 the vanity fair party always draws a-listers to the event. guests included leonardo dicaprio and his oscar ... jennifer lawrence, selena
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break two3 we're following the latest on a virginia police officer shot to death by a suspect.police made an arrest in the case ... investigators say an army staff segeant assigned to the pentagon is charged with murdering officer ashley guindon.ronald hamilton is accused of shooting guindon and two other officers when they responded to a domestic violence call at his home this weekend.the others are expected to was officer guindon's first day on duty.hamilton's wife crystal was shot to death before police arrived.their 11-year- old son was also home. and he's safe with relatives now. hamilton is due in court today and the county attorney says
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new this morning ... remembering victims of the shooting rampage in hesston, kansas.a vigil was held last night in a school gym.. 14 candles were lit for the wounded, and four for the dead, including the gunman. cedric ford opened fire in a lawnmower plant last thursday. police now saying he was upset about being served with a protection order to stay away from a former girlfriend.he was killed by a police officer who rushed into the plant during the shooting rampage. 3 turning to campaign 2016 republican presidential candidate donald trump is facing criticism after he refused to distance himself from a controversial endorsement. meanwhile, as don champion reports... a new c-b-s news poll shows trump and clinton leading in key states ahead of super tuesday. 3 republican front-runner, donald trump campaigned in alabama sunday afternoon. earlier he appeared on cnn's "state of the union" and refused to denounce an endorsement from former kkk leader, david duke.(pipe 1 sot
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about david duke and the kkk. dt: i don't know. i don't know david duke. i don't believe i've ever met him. and i just don't know anything about him. other republican candidates slammed trump for not condemning the support.(sot marco rubio pipe 2 16:16:32 ) there is no place in the conservative movement for david duke, the kkk.===butt== kasich sot there's no place for white supremacy in our society.with more than 15- hundred delegates up for grabs on super tuesday, the candidates are hitting key states in the south. (nats hillary)while courting voters in arkansas and tennessee today, hillary clinton also attacked trump.(sot clinton)i said last night america has never stopped being great. our task is to make america whole. a new cbs battleground tracker poll shows clinton is ahead of bernie sanders in georgia, virginia and texas. sanders admits he's got work to do after losing south carolina's democratic primary. (sot sanders)we did really really
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american voters. i mean we got decimated.(gfx)trump is ahead in georgia and virginia...but trails cruz in his home state of texas. 155 delegates are at stake there. don champion, cbs news, new york 3 'super tuesday' contests will take place in about a dozen states. c-b-s news will have live coverage as the results come in across the starts at ten tomorrow night here on local12.. and don't forget.. kentucky's republican caucuses are this saturday.. be sure to check where to vote in your county. 3 time/temp carpet fashion ...a look at the best and worst dressed at last night's academy awards ... plus..turning personal experiences into a super-hero story a new comic book character is showing how to overcome obstacles, on
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break three3 good morning... (ad lib) 3 the academy awards red carpet turned into a fashion runway as hollywood's biggest names glammed up for the oscars in the latest designs.danielle nottingham has some fashion highlights from the red carpet. 3 best actress brie larson, sofia vergara, and cate blanchett owned the red carpet
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88th academy awards.(vid -- oscars awards patricia arquette presenting best supporting actor)last year's best supporting actress winner patricia arquette looked elegant in a simple navy gown. ((sot: patricia arquette/ oscars presenter))(nottingham) what are you wearing? you look gorgeous.(arquette) thank you. so do you. marina rinaldi. saoirse ronan, rachel mcadams, and charlize theron stunned in bold colors...plunging necklines, low backs, and high slits.oscar winner alicia vikander was the belle of the ball in a custom luis vuitton, while daisy ridley and rooney mara wore vintage looks in gray.((sot: mark zunino/ fashion designer))(57:44) what we see on the runway is directly comparable to what we see on the red carpet. (57:47) first time nominee lady gaga wowed in a white pantsuit.and whoopi goldberg channeled old hollywood in a black gown modeled after bette davis' in "all about eve."((stand-up: danielle nottingham/ cbs news/ hollywood))"the academy awards showcase some of the best style moments in hollywood, but the oscars also bring out fashion fails"critics knocked fashion veterans heidi klum and kate winslet for failing to impress.((sot: henry cavill))(cavill) "i'm wearing alfred dunhill."henry cavill
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with velvet jackets...(vid of sylvester stallone, mark ruffalo) while other stars rocked navy suits.and best actor winner leonardo dicaprio dressed up his classic black armani...with the most coveted accessory.(vid -- chris rock standing in aisle during show) but host chris rock may have made the boldest statement in a white tuxedo.danielle nottingham, cbs news, hollywood. 3 fashion's top runway shows often overlap with hollywood's awards season.numerous celebrities are paid hundreds of thousands of dollars by fashion labels to wear their latest designs. other stars work with their stylists for months to choose their gowns. 3 now here's 3 3
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3 there's a comic book superhero called ms. marvel ...and she doesn't look like most caped crusaders ...but for millions of americans, her story hits close to home.w-c-b-s' don dahler explains why. 3 narr) the universe of superhero comics is populated by outcasts. those who don't
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world anyway. (comic vo)(narr) but there's never been a comic superhero quite like this. kamala khan is just an average teen from jersey city, who happens to have shape-shifting abilities. she also happens to be muslim.(office b-roll/ social media photos of fans w/ comics)(narr) sana amanat (ah- muh-nut) is the series editor. (01;02;09;24) we didn't want to tell a story about a muslim or a south asian we wanted to tell a story about a young individual coming into their own and dealing with all of the obstacles that come with that journey to adulthood. (pics of sana as little girl) (narr) to tell that story, amanat drew on her own childhood as a muslim growing up in new jersey. (don & sana exchange 01;09;00;20) dahler: "did you feel different growing up?"sana: "i had one instance where right after the first world trade center bombing// this kid came up to me in class// and was like 'hey, can can you tell your people to stop attacking us?'// it was the first moment where i realized i was the other and i was not included like everyone else."(narr) she found solace in comic books, like the x-men, which features a band of mutants who do good in the face of prejudice. (comic)(narr) in the first issue of ms. marvel, a nod to
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name, kamala khan shape-shifts into a blonde, blue eyed hero before her father convinces her that she's perfect as she really is. it's a story that resonated with readers everywhere. that issue went through an unprecedented seven printings and was a new york times best-seller with over 20,000 copies. it also dealt with kamala's teen angst with humor sensitivity. (don & sana exchange- 011443)(cover partially w/ kamala at convenience store - "delicious, delicious infidel meat")sana: "the first page of the comic is her smelling a b.l.t. in the local convenience store and her saying i just want to smell islam and she's a muslim// it's a moment where you are trying to be not." (083601 gray) "i think diversity has always been really important in comics." (narr) john jay professor jonathan gray writes about comics and pop culture. (085138)"i think that marvel is representing this character at a time where we have some divisive political rhetoric i think that it shows that you know we can sort of embrace our diversity and not sort of be turned off by it."a sign of the character's importance to of the franchise series, the avengers, features kamala khan front and center.(narr) amanat says their intention was never political. (01;27;26;08 sana:) we went in to try to tell a unique story ut i think with that comes the realization of the impact that ms. marvel can have.// relaying to the rest
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really about who a good person. (narr) in these stories, marvel presents diversity as struggle and strength. corporate motto could well be, with great power, comes great responsibility. don dahler, 3 cbs news new york. 3 (ad lib) 3 time/temp ...happy leap day ....tell us what you're doing with your extra day .. on the local12 facebook page.and speaking of leap day ... local12's adam clements introduces us to a man whose birthday falls on this unique day, and how he's dealt with it all his life ...ahead at
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break four3 3 a local non-profit that supports young people in their battles with cancer is teaming up with the n-f-l for a special event tonight ...the dragonfly foundation is bringing combine training athletes out to play games with families it helps.they'll play laser tag, arcade games, and have some fun in the trampoline park.this is all happening at lazer craze in maineville. 3 it's leap day on facebook, we want to know ... what are you going to do with your extra day?
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3 we want you to join the conversation -- just *like* the local 12 page on facebook to share your thoughts. 3 3 (show open) 3 now at five.a body is found in the ohio river.we have the latest on the investigation underway in bracken county. 3 plus, an ohio man talks to the media in north korea.we have an update on a wyoming graduate who is being detained in the country. 3 it doesn't come around very often. so today we are celebrating the leap year. we'll tell you why today is so special for one little boy. 3 good morning.we'll get to those top stories in just a moment.but first we want to start with a first check of your's meterologist john gumm. 3


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