shots kara vo the family of a man shot and killed by cincinnati police officers speaks out. hear why paul gaston's death could have been avoided. rob vo cincinnati's three this morning. we'll tell you what in a live report. sot full "nats of song" and there's a sequel in the works to one of disney's best musicals of all time. we'll tell you who the new mary poppins. kara 2 shot 4:30. rob 2 shot
4:30. i'm kara sewell rob 2 shot and i'm rob williams... let's get our first look at the forecast with meteorologist frank marzullo. our warm-up kicks in today with the windy afternoon. a sun and cloud mix with highs near 61. a wind advisory will remain in effect from 10 am until 7 pm. windspeeds from 15 to 25 mph with gusts over 40 possible. overnight we stay in the 40s with a slight chance of a passing shower late night. oh warm saturday on tap with a high of 63 and a sun and cloud mix clouds increase towards evening. rain showers by dawn sunday with scattered showers sunday morning and mostly cloudy in the afternoon a high of 56. next week we stay above average for the first couple days in the low to mid 40s. cincinnati police say three officers who shot and killed a man were justified in their who shot and killed a man were justified in their actions. but paul gaston's family says officers should have done more. gaston's family
to use deadly force. the believe gaston was not thinking clearly after wrecking his pickup truck a couple of blocks away.. they are also questioning why officers fired nine shots. that's ridiculous. i'm sorry but you know, thats' ridiculous. they can call it what they want justified, justified homicide or they tried to even say something about suicide by cop. i don't believe that. oh know, he had too much to live for."
over-the-rhine with details. live vo that's right the testing will be right here on elm street between 14th and liberty...they will be testing 3 street cars from 9 am til 4pm . so drivers a heads up that the roadways will be closed in this area betwen 14th and liberty. also if you typically park in this area you will need to park on the west side..the east side of elm street you will not e allowed to park while they are doing tests. on the first two fleet..as well as and dynamics of the if they get enough also run the around the entire north on elm will onto 14th and north on central parkway, east on liberty and back to signage will be attached map for residents and wade, odeon and allowed via access to 15th central parkway odeon to bianca alley. about the cincinnati streetcar the modern streetcar rail transit sys
a wind advisory will remain in effect from 10 am until 7 pm. windspeeds from 15 to 25 mph with gusts over 40 possible. overnight we stay in the 40s with a slight chance of a passing shower late night. oh warm saturday on tap with a high of 63 and a sun and cloud mix clouds increase towards evening. rain showers by dawn sunday with scattered showers sunday morning and mostly cloudy in the afternoon a high of 56. next week we stay above average for the first couple days in the low to mid 40s.
promise to build a wall along the u-s mexico border. and in typical trump fashion...he fired back, saying the pope's comments were disgraceful. last night during a political roundtable...trump back off his criticism a little bit. ii don't like fighting with the pope actually. i don't think this is a fight. i think he said something much softer than was originally reported by the media. i think he heard one side of the story-which is probably by the mexican government, ah, he didn't see the tremendous strain that the border is causing us immigration, with the the border. rob ots testing its newest menu item in restaurants we're taking about mcgriddle.
between two syrup filled mcgriddles. company executives say it has a chicken-and- waffles type taste. customer surveys will determine whether the new sandwich sticks around. rob top vo walmart employees will be getting raises tomorrow. the raise will go to all walmart's hourly worker, boosting their minimum wage from nine dollars to ten. the change will cost walmart one- point-five billion dollars this year. eight hours of sleep could be the key to good health. we'll tell you why getting too much could be dangerous. and everyone's favorite nanny is coming back. we'll tell you who's in talks to play mary poppins in disney's new sequel. levee cam meteorologist frank marzullo has your storm tracker forecast for your morning commute ... coming up.
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sun and cloud mix with highs near 61. a wind advisory will remain in effect from 10 am until 7 pm. windspeeds from 15 to 25 mph with gusts over 40 possible. overnight we stay in the 40s with a slight chance of a passing shower late night. oh warm saturday on tap with a high of 63 and a sun and cloud mix clouds increase towards evening. rain showers by dawn sunday with scattered showers sunday morning and mostly cloudy in the afternoon a high of 56. next week we stay above average for the first couple days in the low to mid 40s.
washington d-c are looking for the people who attacked a war veteran. take a look... it was all caught on camera outside of a mcdonald's. marine chris marquez says a group of teenagers asked him a question, then attacked him. he suffered a concussion and is being evaluated for other health problems. he thinks the attack could be a hate crime. "they targeted specifically for my skin color i think. that's why they asked me about the movement, if i thought. they were just trying to intimidate me, they were taunting me, they just
that was the reason why i wasn't responding back to them. i just wanted to ignore them rob wipe vo take a look at this video from missouri. someone shot video of this fire tornado on their cellphone. it was part of the wild fire believed to be sparked by lawn mowing equipment. the fire is controlled at his hour no injuries have been reported. the glendale police department has a warning for families...coyotes could be roaming your neighborhood. dblbx fox19 now's jordan vilines is live in glendale with what police are saying. live this warning comes after a coyote recently attacked a large dog that was in a resident's backyard on carrathur's pond road in glendale, that's about five minutes from where we are now
vo here's some video of what coyotes look like, keep in mind they are wild animals that mostly eat small rodents and smaller animals, even small dogs if they are left unattended. the coyote attack that happened in glendale is rare, according to police, but police still suggest that everyone take precautions especially during the morning and early evening hours which is when coyotes are seen most frequently. live coming up in the next half hour, i'll tell you what you should do if you see a coyote in your backyard. reporting live in glendale, jordan vilines, fox 19 now. kara ots kentucky law makers are working on a measure to create different marriage license for straight and gay couples. the marriage license will include different information. on a marriage license for gay couples the words bride and groom will not be included or the name of the county clerk. this is a reference to rowan county clerk, kim davis, who refused to issue marriage license to gay couples. kara ots we know that not
sleep is bad for your health. now there's information that suggests too much sleep is worse. new york university says people who sleep more than eight hours of night are 150-percent more likely to suffer a stroke. sleeping less than eight hours increases that risk by 20-percent. doctors say a good diet and exercise can help balance out the impact. rob top vo there's a petition making its way around the internet...for ryan reynolds to return to host saturday night live. only fans want him to do it as deadpool. the petition has 26- thousand signatures. deadpool is the number one movie in america right now and is getting rave reviews from critics. reynolds has hosted s-n-l in the past. 4 shot time now for the fox19 flashback....one of the best saturday
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