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lisa: and i' m lisa cooney. just as her re-trial was about to start, remaining charges against tracie hunter were dropped. mark: now the big questions are why, and what' s next for tracie wlwt news 5' s john london is live outside the courthouse with the latest on this breaking john, good afternoon. this is interesting, because all of those charges are gone, just like her hard drive and the computer that was auctioned off. point, it makes little difference, because they say justice was served. tracie hunter' s supporters say couldn' t win this. charged in the first place. she believes the system is prepared for a retrial on eight counts. to them.
from the get-go and that hamilton county prosecutors when after judge hunter because she was a threat to the way the juvenile court system administers justice. her only verbal reaction to media was afraid she is fond of using -- to god be the glory. sing as they go down the hallway. others told us the only true victory will come when there is total reform of hamilton county' s criminal justice system. >> around and be corrected. we have seen some misdeeds here, especially regarding judge hunter. we think it was a big bully fight come over really do. the ministry of issues should have been handled at the desk, and they said let' criminal charges. they all were ridiculous. john: tracy had are no longer has a criminal counts, she' s left with one conviction, unlawful interest in a public
say there is not even a document to show as evidence. david singleton will file an emergency appeal of that conviction, probably today. 9:00 friday, a six-month ends will either be imposed or she will remain free while that appeal was exhausted. so it' s not over. but as a result, what happens behind me in the courthouse today, most of it is. john london, wlwt news 5. mark: another breaking story -- the hit king will be inducted into the reds hall of fame. lisa: you saw the announcement on pete rose live here on wlwt, within the past hour. wlwt news 5' s brian hamrick is live at the reds hall of fame now. brian: it' s a big day for the city of cincinnati and pete rose. this thing happen in our go, he is still out here talking to reporters and anyone who comes by. this is a great day, the trifecta of tributes. pete will be in the reds hall of fame, the next inductee.
they will build a statue of pete out here in a place yet to be named at this point. he says he feels this is the t imagine one greater. bob castellini spoke, he said this came after word came down would happen, at least for now. of this. the reds made the change in their own rules, and just like that, pete rose is now in the reds hall of fame. >> regardless what you may have read or what you may believe, i got along with the commissioner. he was a great guy. he didn' t rule the way i wanted him to rule. but that' s life. for him to go out of his way and letting us do this, pat him on the back. brian: i got a chance to talk to feet, he was talking about what he would really like to do is
mark: we had a technical difficulty, but that was the announcement from the reds hall of fame. he rose -- pete rose is in a class of one in june. lisa: it may be sunny now, but don' t let it fool you. it' s still dangerously cold outside. their game plan for more winter wlwt news 5' the details in cincinnati' s most accurate forecast. miriah: that' s a brutal switch, talking about baseball to winter weather. we are experiencing bigger cold today, much like we saw yesterday. not as cold. images will be into the teens. around 90 degrees where we are looking at topping off today, just barely shy of 20. going to be cold again, but not as windy. when it comes to the windchill factor, we are actually feeling pretty decent this afternoon. the actual temperature is what the feels like temperature is. satellite and radar showing
yesterday, sunshine today, not much changing in the weather trend until tomorrow. tomorrow is only start to see things getting elected. this morning, you may have seen a flurry or two. taking a closer look at radar, we did see a flurry and sparta they saw a nice batch of through. also around the 275 live, you may have seen a flurry in the milford. all in all, looking sunny today. winter weather advisory in effect. as from 6 a.m. to 4:00 in the afternoon. we could see potentially an inch to two inches of snow. more details on that coming up. lisa: thank you. it was a frigid start for greater cincinnati, with many wlwt news 5' the newsroom with the decision from administrators. dan: it really comes down to safety. parents and children were bundled up as they got to school they say it' s a good thing cps called a two hour delay, because it was just too cold for
this morning' s delay was for the principal at taft elementary says their doors were open at the regular time and teachers were on-site for students who could make it in. but for those who needed extra time, the focus was on keeping students safe -- something jamellah long: it' s a sad case, i have seen plenty of kids below zero, like it' s freezing, freezing for kids to have to walk, it really is. dan: we had the chance to speak to one of those kids. one parent told me she had her kids bundled up with a hat, scarf, gloves, jackets, you name it. to students, it' s always safety in the newsroom, dan griffin, wlwt news 5. mark: thank you. stay connected with the wlwt team during the winter weather. you can watch the forecast, and stay up to date on any closings and delays on our wlwt mobile app. lisa: just into the wlwt news 5 newsroom, a barn fire in clermont county. the fire is on ireton trees road, in washington township.
animals in the barn, some of them were made it out, but the fire department is not sure if there are still some animals inside. we have a wlwt news 5 crew on their way -- we' ll keep you updated as we get new information. mark: police are investigating an overnight shooting in walnut hills. it happened inside an apartment, along victory parkway. police say the victim was shot in the leg, and pistol-whipped. police haven' t released the victim' s condition or suspect information. lisa: the suspect accused of the shooting death of a 20-year-old in avondale went before a judge this morning. the bond for 21-year-old derrell gover was set at $1.5 million. police say she shot immanuel scott on alaska avenue saturday night. scott was rushed to children' s hospital but died from his injuries. gover is charged with murder and aggravated robbery. mark: a shooting outside the hard times bar in hamilton is police have confirmed that 23-year-old robert goens died from his injuries. he was one of two people shot in the parking lot of the bar on 7th street on january 15.
medical center. the other person refused treatment at the scene. no arrest have been made. lisa: we are learning more about the events leading up to the death of an ohio police officer. mark: danville police officer thomas cottrel was shot and killed sunday night. before the shooting, a woman called 911 saying her ex-boyfriend was armed and looking to kill an officer. 25 minutes later, sheriffs deputies found cottrel' s body in the parking lot of the municipal building. his gun and police cruiser were gone. herschel jones was arrested, after police spotted him running from a house. john jones: he already had done what he done. he still didn' t admit it to me though, that' s how far out of his mind he was. he completely went over the edge. i don' t think he even realized cops were outside the house, that' s how bad it was. mark: according to his brother, herschel jones has a long history of criminal activity, drug use, and mental issues.
iranian custody in a prisoner swap. mark: how they are doing after being reunited with their families. and the latest on a fbi agent still missing in iran. lisa: the water crisis in flint, michigan continues to grow. how they could be getting a new help from washington. miriah: looking at the next big snow event tomorrow, anywhere from an institution is two inches. it doesn' t seem like a lot, but the timing o meet the moore's! we're the moore family, and we're always looking for ways to enjoy more. so we called time warner cable
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>> you' re watching cincinnati' s wlwt news 5. leading the way. lisa: welcome back. we' re learning more about how those american prisoners released by iran were treated during their time in captivity. mark: nbc' s keir simmons reports that their recovery will be a slow process. keir: this morning, jason rezaian is enjoying time with wife, mom and brother -- who says jason asked about baseball and his basketball team, the warriors, over dinner. ali rezaian: actually knew how the warriors were doing, that' s how big a fan he is, from evin prison he' s been tracking them. keir: in that notorious iranian
he spent 49 days in solitary he spent 49 days in solitary confinement. his only exercise, in an eight by eight foot concrete yard. amir hekmati, reunited with his sisters and brother in law, describes being tortured by iran' s revolutionary guard. dan kildee: was in solitary confinement in a one meter by one meter cell for a very long time and deprived of sleep. keir: psychologists at this u.s. base are assessing the men' s state of mind. a representative of freed prisoner saeed abedini, jailed for three and a half years, tells nbc news saeed is yet to see his family. while another man, former fbi agent bob levinson is still missing in iran. iran consistently denies knowledge of his disappearance and has offered to help in the search for him. at one point the iranians even tried to stop jason rezaian' s iran with him according to the family. both he and amir hekmati are now undergoing medical evaluation here, but one representative spiritually they' re doing great. back to you. lisa: -- mark: three members of
germany to treat -- degrees the members there. lisa: happening today -- there an apartment was set on fire yesterday afternoon. investigators say 26-year-old admitted to the crime, there was some questions about his mental state. his bond was set at $150,000. mark: a westwood woman has been displaced by an overnight fire. it broke out just before 1:00, on ravogli avenue. firefighter say, there was a fire in the back of the home, and there is about $10,000 in damage. the woman living in the home got out before crews arrived. the cause of the fire is under investigation. lisa: outrage is growing over the the water crisis in flint michigan. the mayor is headed to michigan' give his state-of-the-state
by throngs of protesters, enraged by lead-contaminated water flowing into their homes. the state is now using the national guard to hand out clean this after president obama declared a federal emergency but members of the flint city council says much more is needed. wantwaz davis: the state of emergency only gives us a $5 has already signed for. if they would have submitted for a disaster declaration, we could have got the $96 million, or more. lisa: all this comes as state officials face lawsuits, alleging they knew about the contamination risk, and broke federal laws by failing to avert it. almost 200,000 bottles of clean water is being trucked to flint, michigan, thanks, to singer who cher. the water is expected to reach the local food bank by tomorrow. it will go directly to community centers, food banks and fire houses, focusing in on low income housing areas. mark: happening now, cincinnati' s mayor is making good on the bed with the mayor of pittsburgh after the bengals
these photos are just back into the wlwt newsroom. the mayor agreed the loser would where the other teams jersey while serving meals at a shelter house. he' s serving food to the homeless at the city gospel mission. >> cincinnati' s certified most accurate forecast. miriah: the bitter cold continues for us today, we have snow rolling in tomorrow and a potential storm for your friday. we are at some changing weather events. we do start to see some precipitation on the way. high pressures and control for today, although it' s bitterly cold outside, but we do have a lot of sunshine. as we get into tomorrow, we do have a winter weather advisory with us know that heading our way. looking at anywhere from an inch and a half to two inches potentially. in the midmorning hours, it looks to be the heaviest
that advisory is from 6:00 in afternoon. high pressure again for your thursday, and then friday we s office. we are looking at possible snow jubilation. all according to where this will track. it tracks more southerly, then that is much. this is wednesday system, the system on friday is all the way out in san francisco. it has a long way to go before reaches us. change when the time it reaches that is something we are watching closely this week. currently, not we do see a few flurries the greater cincinnati area, we saw a few around the 275 loop out in force park, he saw a few flurries early this morning, and if you fly around. taking a look at northern kentucky, they also saw some flurries flying around. all in all, very light, mostly
much of the greater cincinnati area. that' s very nice compared what we saw yesterday. off yesterday. we also have the windchill. not so much today, wind has finally calm down. window the west is calm, like 14. looking attempt is getting just shy of 20 degrees, we will be lucky if we didn' t hit 20. levy of sunshine and and and clouds start to cloud up the sky later on this evening. all ahead of the snow that will be rolling in tomorrow morning. temperatures fall into the teens overnight tonight. futurecast showing dry conditions until tomorrow morning. westside will see it first moving to the east, and then as we have do the rest of the morning, it will be midmorning event during wednesday. that' s what' s tricky about this. amount, it' s the timing. anywhere between 6:00 into the
see this move out. as we head into thursday, to be the next event. you can see is making up your on futurecast, then it went away. as you can see, it' s going to so much know the comes northerly of the area, we could see a 20 degrees today, if we' re lucky, looking at upper 19 degrees, 14 overnight tonight, cloudy skies with no moving in overnight tonight as well. degrees with the daytime snow event midmorning. the potential snow rolling back into the forecast on friday. mark: thank you. a deep freeze. and just to our west, an open fire hydrant created quite a sight. louis, after a car crashed into the fire hydrant. the crash sent water shooting several feet into the air, and it formed an incredible ice sculpture around the pole and power lines, before city crews were able to shut the water off. mark: in minnesota, some people
weather. the place of snow-men in one minneapolis neighborhood. people froze jeans, corduroys, s facebook you got to laugh to keep from crying. lisa: i agree. we are standing up at attention on the front yard. download our wlwt app, for the latest on the winter weather as the temperature drops and the you can watch the updated forecast, and see the list of closings and delays. mark: when we continue, the allegations of match-fixing. who' s truth to the report by the bbc and buzz-feed. heights.
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mark: before we go glenn frey, , one of the founding members of died. lisa: he passed away monday of complications with rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis and pneumonia. frey formed the band with don henley in 1971, and they became songwriting teams in music history. glenn frey was 67-years-old. mark: the dalai lama is heading tibet'
will visit the mayo clinic for his yearly check-up. arriving at the airport in india today, the 80-year-old said he had a minor problem in his eye but was not ill otherwise. he added that it was a routine check-up and that he' ll also meet with scientists in wisconsin during his trip. lisa: new developments, surrounding the report on widespread match-fixing in professional tennis. one of the top-ranked player in the world, says he was once approached to throw a match for $200,000. novak djokovic says it happened nine years ago, and he says he turned down the offer. djokovic said quote "there is no room for it in any sport, especially in tennis." tennis authorities are strongly denouncing the allegations of match-fixing, in the report by the bbc and buzz-feed. mark: the xavier musketeers continue to make history in the polls. the x-men are now ranked fifth in the associated press poll -- and that' s the highest ranking ever for the xavier program. xavier started the season with 12 straight wins. and now, they are 16-and-1.
17-and-one, tonight. georgetown is coming to the cintas center. tip-off is set for 8:30. lisa: the cleveland cavaliers, were blown out last night. and a couple cleveland fans are getting attention for the wrong reasons. tnt cameras caught a fan sleeping during the game, and then, the guy next to him, started digging for gold. when it came to the action on the court, golden state pounded cleveland, 132-98. mark: it' s hard to watch. starting tomorrow, skywatchers will get a special treat -- they' ll be able to see five planets together in the sky just before dawn. mercury, venus, saturn, mars and jupiter will all be visible for about 45 minutes before sunrise. experts say it' s the first time in more than ten years that all five of them have appeared together in the pre-dawn sky. the show will last through february 20. she' s so excited. jumping up and down.
it' s going to go on for a while, you have time to run out and get one. miriah: perfect. ms. b to gold as it go outside and see them. dropping down to 15 tonight. finally, you see the temperatures trying to get back into the 30' s by the end of the week. that' s something to be thankful for. bitter cold continues today, snow tomorrow, snow on friday. the event full days coming up here for the work week. looking is no coverage while you are driving. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] lisa: thanks for joining us. our next full report is tonight at 5:00. mark: you can get news as it