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Coming up on Local 12 News this evening
CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Here's what we're working on for Local 12 News this evening. Watch the live stream beginning at 4:00
A controversial Covington commissioner is in trouble again. Steve Frank is now accused of assaulting a security guard in his building. The latest on the accusation against him, beginning at 4:00.
Some adult shoulder and elbow injuries may be a result of how they learned to pitch as kids. Liz Bonis Asks the Experts about little league elbow, also at 4:00.
Two families are paying the price for an accidental shooting. 13-year-old Hawken Hemmerle was accidentally shot to death by his friend at a Green Township home. The friend will soon be sent to a juvenile detention facility. Rich Jaffe has details of today's guilty plea by the teen shooter, at 5:00.
Firefighters always give a lot to their own community. Today, Cincinnati firefighters loaded up equipment to ship to firefighters half a world away. At 5:00, Joe Webb has more on the Africa Fire Mission.
Jeff Hirsh's investigation into the home health worker crisis in Ohio takes another turn today. Ohio changed the way those workers are paid and the result is they haven't seen a check in a month or more. Jeff found the crisis is now extending to the agencies that employ the workers. His new information at 5:30.
There's been a movement to arm teachers and school staff in the case of a school shooter. This week some school staff stepped up their training at a facility in Adams County and Rich Jaffe was the only reporter invited. Rich shows us what they're learning, at 6:00.
Macy's Music Festival, Reds games, the National Urban League Convention and more events are all going on this weekend. All these events will ensure thousands of people will be downtown. At 6:00, Deborah Dixon explains the high level of security in place to keep all these residents and visitors safe.
Plus all the news of the day from Rob Braun, Cammy Dierking, Kit Andrews and Curtis Jackson and the latest Weather Authority forecasts from Erica Collura and Tim Hedrick.