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wlwt-tv] lisa: new information today about an early morning police chase that ended with a crash. the new surveillance picture that police hope will help find their suspect. mark: the man accused of abusing a four-year-old girl is facing new charges involving more than half a dozen children. mark: first at noon -- we' re following breaking news in san diego, where there' s a possible active shooter situation at the naval medical center. mark: police are on the lookout for the suspect in an early morning car chase and crash that started in fairfax. lisa: at this hour, we now have a better idea of who police say they' re looking for. wlwt news 5' s dan griffin is live in fairfax with the latest on the case. dan: investigators say the man drove away from the wal-mart here in fairfax. from central kentucky. this surveillance still shows the man who police say is the they aren' he' but say he was driving a stolen chevrolet tahoe from lexington, the tahoe belongs to a man ride during last week' s snowstorm. it was this morning, between 3:00 and 4:00 a.m, fairfax police say the suspect filled two shopping carts with 100 items at wal-mart including
name it," catching the eyes of a manager. who notified an district 2 officer who happened to be in the store. when they asked the man what he was doing, he said he needed to run out to his car and get his credit card, but instead he drove off. fairfax police stopped the man once on red bank road, but he sped off as the officer walked up to the suv. that' s when at least five police agencies started chasing the man from red bank onto i-71, before he crashed on kenwood road. lt. jeff bronson: at 4:40 in the morning, usually there' s not a whole lot of traffic out there and the officers had good judgment as a matter of making the decision. it was a lot of officers assisted, unfortunately tonight this guy, he won and he got away, but i' ll just say we' re close on figuring out who he is. dan: investigators say the stolen tahoe, also had fake kentucky plates. they' re now processing that stolen tahoe and examining more surveillance footage. live in fairfax, dan griffin,
lisa: thanks for the update. police say the suspect could stolen property and failure to comply with the orders of an officer. mark: in dearborn county today, the man accused of abusing more appeared in court on new charges. lisa: steven rekowski is now accused of molesting at least seven more victims in addition to the one he' s all ready charged with molesting. she locked him in the laundry room and called police it all unraveled from there. brian hamrick is the update from today' s arraignment. brian: stephen rekowski is now accused of molesting at least seven more victims in addition to the one he' s all ready charged with molesting. all of them are between 4-years-old and 10-years-old. >> is it true you admit being a child molester?
brian rekowski said nothing as : he entered court here in dearborn county. children then took explicit videos and pictures of him children. he is also accused of drugging some of the children then molesting them after they passed out. all of this since he moved here from colorado in 2011. prosecutor say he babysat for many of the mothers. one of them was shown pictures of her four-year-old daughter and rekowski. she locked him in the laundry room and called police it all unraveled from there. prosecutors say some of the mothers met him through his karaoke business dearborn and county. brian hamrick, wlwt news 5. lisa: investigators are not finished with the forensic analysis on his cell phone. they found laptops and computers which are being analyzed. mark: a rape suspect -- accused appears before a judge this morning. accused of assaulting the girl
sycamore township. his bond was set at $20,000. court records show the suspects' dna matched a rape kit used on the victim. willingham will return to court next month. lisa: now to your forecast. miriah turner is in for randi this afternoon. miriah: and we look back on the books for this day in january, the observed high as 50 degrees. that' s at midnight. the temperatures have been falling steadily from morning into the 30' s. the observed low as 36, where we currently are. temperatures will keep falling. the advertise 39, and again, it will be a chilly afternoon. the windchill factor x if you like the upper 20' s. seeing cloudy conditions and the chance of seeing a peak of sunshine. looking at overcast skies for the most part. even the chance for a flurry as we get into the later hours of today. the rain showers became through this morning with the cold front that moved through, we can see showers sitting off to the east in west virginia and eastern
we are looking dry as temperatures continue to fall. we do have the chance to movies out with one little flurry late this evening, right now, taking a look at radar, you can say queen -- a clean sweep across the area. falling temperatures and a quick chill, we do have 50' s on tap as we head into the weekend. details on that, coming up. lisa: thanks. police need your help finding the man who held up a hyde park bank. mark: cincinnati police released these photos of the man they say showed a gun and demanded money from a teller. the robbery took place monday afternoon at the stockyard bank on paxton avenue. if you recognize the suspect or know where he may be hiding out, contact crime stoppers at 513-352-3040. lisa: a preble county deputy is recovering, after this scary moment, caught on dash-cam video. captain brad moore was at the scene of a crash, when he was hit by a semi driver, trying to make it over some train tracks. an oncoming train hit the truck, the way, when the truck suddenly changed direction.
suffered a broken left hand. mark: norwood police have launched a new program to help fight crime. they' re asking homeowners and businesses to register their surveillance cameras. the idea is that police will have faster access to potential leads, if they can quickly determine what cameras may have caught video of a crime. you can register through the norwood police department website, and participation is voluntary. lisa: an indiana house committee, is set to vote later this week, on three measures, trying to cut down on meth labs. all three bills, focus on the cold medicine ingredient pseudo-ephedrine. one, would limit the amount of the drug, people could buy in indiana. the second would allow pharmacists to require a prescription for the drug. and the third would ban people with drug felonies from buying it. legislation is going to the kentucky senate, which would allow more time for parents dealing with newborns.
"safe-haven" program, for new parents not ready for a child. right now, parents have up to three days, to leave a newborn at state-approved safe places such as a hospital or a police station. the new bill would give parents up to 30 days to make that decision. it has already passed in the house, with a unanimous vote. ohio lawmakers are working to make sure teachers and at-risk kids have access to mental health experts. nearly $2 million has been set aside in the state' s two-year budget. current rates show pre-schoolers and kindergarteners are expelled more often than high schoolers. officials say the disruptive behavior can often be associated with trauma, abuse and neglect. presenting a danger to other kids. between 2012 and 2013 in ohio, nearly 4,000 kindergarteners were expelled or suspended for fights and disruptive behavior. mark: a major increase in the number of guns found in carry-on' s at the indianapolis airport in the last year. the tsa says 50 guns were
year. that' s double the number from the year before. tsa officials say, nearly all of the travelers caught with guns, told screeners they either forgot about the weapon, or had someone else pack their bag. a recall alert today -- ford is recalling more than 390,000 ranger pickup trucks because of problems with their airbags. the recall covers trucks made from 2004 to 2006 in the u.s. and canada. ford says the airbags were made by takata, and the air bag inflators can explode with too much force and cause injuries. this same problem has been found in tens of thousands of cars nationwide that have the takata airbags inside. the u.s. treasury department is making it easier for americans to travel to cuba, and for american companies to do business there. lisa: the latest actions just today, will remove financing restrictions on most exports. it will also broaden authorized travel licenses. the new changes are a part of ongoing efforts to normalize
u.s. and cuba. the veritiv corporation is leaving loveland -- and moving its business to fairfield later this year. gilmore point, in fairfield, will become the new home for the company' s operational support group. 400 employees are expected to make the move. no word on the exact date that the loveland office will be closed. mark: sycamore high school, is rallying behind one of its teachers, randy lothrop, while his daughter fights brain cancer. sycamore high school will hold its second "hoops for hope" fundraiser tonight. students and teachers will be shooting hoops, to raise money in honor of randy' s daughter liz. tonight' s fundraiser starts at 7:30 at the boys varsity basketball game at sycamore high. all the money will be donated to duke university, where liz is currently enrolled in clinical trials. we' re just six days away from the iowa caucus, and the candidates are making every campaign stop count. lisa: up next a look at the takeaways from last night' s democratic debate -- and who' s gaining ground in the latest gop poll. mark: cyber criminals are finding new ways to hack into
more details on the s leading the way. mark: welcome back. the democratic presidential candidates are making their lisa: participating in a live town hall-style forum last night where they took questions from voters, and tried to explain some controversial aspects about their campaigns. mark: nbc' s andrea mitchell reports. andrea: within minutes, hillary clinton faced a blunt question from a young voter leaning toward bernie sanders. >> i' ve heard from quite of people -- a few people my age, they think you' re dishonest. why do you think the enthusiasm isn' t there? hillary: look, i' ve been around a long time. people have thrown all kinds of things at me. but if you' re new to politics, if it' s the first time you' ve really paid attention, you go oh
and you have to say to yourself, why are they throwing all of that? well i' ll tell you why. because i' ve been on the front lines of change and progress since i was your age. that' s why i hope you' ll reconsider. andrea: bernie sanders was asked how he defines being a democratic socialist. sanders: creating a government that works for all of us, not just a handful of people on the top. that' s my definition of democratic socialism. andrea: and each was asked to react to the other' s tv ads. >> she' s the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done. andrea: sanders countered that for all her foreign policy experience, she' d voted for the iraq war. sanders: i was not secretary of state. but, experience is important, but judgment is also important. andrea: she had nothing but praise for his "simon and garfunkel"-themed ad. hillary: i think that' i think that' s fabulous, i loved it. andrea: in these final days, sanders' economic message is resonating with voters who are
s so hard to do anything to pay your bills, you' re ashamed all the time. bernie: until millions of people who are experiencing exactly what you guys are experiencing do say that we don' t make change. andrea: while president obama, with politico, seemed to be tipping the scales toward clinton. president obama: she can start here day one, more experienced than any non-vice president has ever been who aspires to this office. lisa: an nbc newsweekly tracking out today -- clinton has maintained her double-digit lead over sanders among women. young voters, however, still support sanders over clinton. in the republican field of candidates -- a new cnn poll shows that more than four in ten republican voters nationwide now say they support donald trump. ted cruz came in second in the poll -- with 19%. it' s the first time that trump has topped the 40% mark. no other candidate hit
even though some of the voters don' t support trump, they say they believe trump will most likely be the next gop nominee. mark: hillary clinton is getting support from her husband here in cincinnati. former president bill clinton will host a fundraiser for her next month. the fundraiser is set for february 12, downtown. it will run from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30. the campaign has not announced a specific venue for the event. president barack obama will be proposing new legislation aimed at helping more americans save for retirement. the plan is expected to give 30 million additional americans access to retirement savings. among his ideas -- offering tax credits to small businesses that enroll employees in retirement plans. and requiring companies to offer plans to part-time workers. the plan would also allow americans to defer taxes on retirement savings. the president' s ideas will be outlines in the 2017 budget which he will submit to congress in february. lisa: cybercriminals are
lisa: more than 84 million new samples of malware were discovered last year, according to internet security company, panda security. that' s 9 million more than the previous year and set a record. malware is any type of software designed to gain access to and damage or disable a computer. china was the country with the most infected computers, followed by taiwan and turkey. j-p morgan chase is rolling out new atm' s that don' t require a debit or credit card. the new eatm' s allow you to use a smartphone app to make deposits and withdrawals. the next generation machines also triple the withdrawal limit to $3,000. and dispense your cash in either $1, $5, $20' s, or $100 bills. the new machines will be rolled out later this year mark: new numbers out today -- mark: the group behind the "ark encounter" in grant county, has now won a legal battle, over tax incentives.
s largest timber-frame structure, in july. a federal judge ruled state officials violated the ark builders' first amendment protections. kentucky blocked a sales tax tourism incentive, which could have been worth $18 million. >> cincinnati' s certified most accurate forecast. miriah: if you enjoyed the 40' s yesterday, a little bit of a different story, looking gloomy outside, they brief children day temperatures have been falling steadily since midnight. we do have a january saw on the way. if you can hold up in the weekend, there' s good news coming our way. right now, low pressure through the great lakes region, continuing to push east and tried to cold front along with us this morning. that pushed east, looking at high pressure moving in for the next couple of days. that' s going to keep the weather dry. it will still be on the cooler side. then you can see a low pressure the woman moving in from the north, which is again threaten across the great lakes region and could bring us a flurry thursday. however, we had warmer temperatures on the way after
s dry and showers of moved off to the east. a closer look on radar showing a clean sweep across the area. not much to the precipitation story at this hour. temperatures. s this s. 36 degrees right now at cvg, and springboro, 34. warsaw, 37. although we are in the 30' s, it feels like the 20' s. the windchill, 28 degrees at cvg with window the west at 30 miles an hour. as temperatures fall this afternoon, you notice the wind will start to die down a little bit as well. that front continues to push east and things will quiet down a little bit. the cloud stick around, we could see some sunshine, but all in all, it' s looking cloudy and gloomy. temperatures steadily falling slowly into the low 30' s later on this evening. and then chilly by the time 11:00 rolls around this evening, 29 degrees. we dropped down the field like
it will feel like the lower 20' s, even upper teens in some spots. futurecast showing us dry until late this evening. we do have temperatures as they cool, we could see a flurry or two. as we head into tomorrow, we are still dry. thursday we are dry, you can see how clouds start to bill in from the north. that will bring us a chance for another flurry on thursday evening. all in all, the weather story is looking favorable the next couple of days. but chilly compared what we' re going to be seeing for the weekend. we are in the 30 today, the high was around 50 degrees at midnight, we have been steadily falling through the 40' s. now we are in the mid 30' s. going to be a cool afternoon with sunshine trying to make its way through. those clouds are holding steady with overcast skies. overnight tonight we dropped down to 25 degrees, it will be a chilly one. the windchill factor is going to feel like the low 20' s or upper teens in some spots. 36 degrees, another cool one on the way.
as we take a look again, closer to the weekend thing start to warm up. 30' s tomorrow, 40' s by thursday and friday as well. saturday and sunday, looking great. saturday' s picture-perfect, if you been holding off for the car wash with assault cylinder car, you' re almost in -- with salt on your car, you are almost in the 60' s with early cloudy skies. get out enjoy this weekend. lisa: thank you. pitching in to help thousands who need clean drinking water. mark: what wal-mart is doing to help the residents of flint. lisa: just how many of your friends on facebook are really your friends offline? what new research says about our mornings.
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lisa: retail giant wal-mart is pitching in to help thousands of people who don' t have clean water to drink in flint, michigan. mark: wal-mart' s sending more than six million bottles of water to students hit by the flint water crisis. the bottles donated by wal-mart, coke, pepsi and nestle will provide flint' s 10,000 students with clean water throughout 2016. flint gained national attention after their tap water was found
levels of lead. lisa: former friends star matthew perry is opening up about his problems with substance abuse, and the impact on his career. perry was recently interviewed on bbc radio, and he claimed he does not remember filming three seasons of "friends". perry said his memory gets "hazy" after season three. the 46-year-old has gone through several rehab stints to deal with alcohol and prescription medicine addictions. mark: chances are you probably have more facebook friends than you can keep up with. a new study from the royal society of open science shows that on average, only four of those facebook friends are considered part of your support clique. those are people who would be by your side during times of crisis. the study also says the average person could count just about 13 people, as close friends. my mom is on that list. lisa: your mom, your wife. [laughter] mark: that'
miriah: i had a sad moment going how i know this person? that' s way back when, i don' t know. this afternoon, a cooldown. damages fall from -- temperatures fall into the 30' s, overnight tonight dropping down to the mid 20' s. we have another day in the 30' s on the way, however, 40' s make their way back. we see them thursday and friday. i' m holding out for the weekend, back up in the 50' s. really excited about that. lisa: our next full report is thanks for joining us. tonight at 5:00. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy.
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