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Students demand change from world leaders.

Why franklin county's school superintendent let kids out of class to protest.

"almost a hundred korean war veterans were honored today... i spoke with one veteran about his experiences."

Good afternoon, i'm tom kenny... and i'm veronica jean seltzer..

We begin with a developing story..

Arrest warrants have been issued..in connection to two seperate murders that happend earlier this month in frankfort.

In the first murder case..

Police say 28- year-old justin cromer, is wanted in connection to the labor day shooting death of 25-year-old anthony hendrix.

According to officers..

The shooting happened at east frankfort park on september second.

Investigators say hendrix was from cincinnati.

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In the second murder case..

39-year-old nena washington, is wanted for her alleged role, after the shooting death of 24-year-old coty lee brumback and his dog.

Police say the two were shot and killed at a parking garage off of st.

Clair street on september fourth.

According to investigators..

40-year-old, antonio bolling was arrested and charged with murder in this case.

Police say they are now looking for washington, for murder-complicity.

The frankfort crime stoppers is offering a reward of up to one thousand dollrs for tips that lead to the arrest of washington and cromer.

You can find more information..

By clicking on this story on our website..

At w-t-v-q dot com.

Five people are now charged, after a body was found in a freezer, on the side of a road in menifee county.

According to the mt.

Sterling advocate... one person is charged with murder, and four others are charged with abuse of a corpse.

According to the mt.

Sterling advocate.... the victim, lenville smith, was allegedly killed after he was hit in the head with a hatchet at a home on september fourth.

There was a video arraignment today for the woman we told you about yesterday, charged with murder in the deaths of there people, after a wrong-way crash on i- 75 in lexington.

According to court records..

A judge appointed a public defender, for 42- year-old tammy rodriguez, of louisville.

Investigators say rodriguez was trying to get away from winchester police... who tried to pull her over for a suspected d-u-i... when she did a u- turn on the i-75/i-64 southern split-- and started driving the wrong way on i-75.

Officers say her pickup truck hit a car... killing two sisters from georgetown.

Rodriguez' sister was a passenger in the truck -- she also died.

Rodriguez also hit an s-u-v...that flipped...but that driver survived.

The charges against rodriguez were upgraded to murder, and wanton endangerment yesterday.

She was orginally charged with driving under the influence and driving without a license.

She's scheduled back in court on tuesday.

Young people from more than 150- countries skipped school today as part of global climate protests...urging world leaders to act more aggressively to combat climate change.

One of those protests was at the state capitol in frankfort.

Abc 36's christy bollinger takes you there.

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'protestors in kentucky came out for the global climate strike and as you can see they're wearing a bunch of red and black now this is to stand in solidarity with those around the globe holding strikes of their own."

"we need climate action now."

Students demanding action..

"we need to do something."

That something these students and other protestors want... a green new deal, land resoration, environmental justice..

A transition to sustainable energy.

"my goal is to reduce the use of fossil fuel to half by 2030 and to completely eliminate the use by 2035 and i also want to have zero carbon emissions by 2050."

16 year old junior from franklin county high, natalie dufour comes by this honestly...her mom is an enviornmental activist.

"climate change is killing our planet.

So many animals are dying because the climate is warmng up."

Dufour was only one student, of dozens the district allowed to be at the strike..

During school hours.

"if kids need to have their voices heard we're gonna find a way to make that happen i mean that's education in action and we have to be able to put our money where our mouth is so to speak."

Franklin county schools superintendent mark kopp says it wasn't so much the topic...but the students passion about it that inspired him.

"to them this is a really important issue and they're letting their voices be heard and i love every second of it i'm so very proud of them."

The district even provided transportation to the capitol.

"it's amazing to be a part of something this big."

"so many people care about this issue and it shows we can do something big."

And this...was a big start.

Reporting in frankfort, christy bollinger, abc 36 news.

Overview: clouds kept us on the cool side for friday but they c1 3 will clear out this weekend and temperatures will once again return to the upper 80s low 90s.

Expect drought conditions to continue throughout the weekend, relief from this heat will be arriving late sunday night into monday morning as a cold front slips south into the region.

One concern before the boundary arrives will be the potential wildfire risk across the bluegrass.

Conditions will be favorable wildfires to develop and spread quickly; hot temperatures, dry conditions, and breezy conditions.

The front is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms but don't expect it to be a drought buster by any means.

The main feature will be the cooler temperatures or for us back to average temperatures.

Tonight: partly cloudy skies with lows in the middle to mid 60s saturday: mostly sunny and hot with highs in the lower 90s sunday: partly cloudy with a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms late into the overnight hours, highs in the low 90s.

Monday: chance of showers mainly in the morning hours then becoming partly sunny with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s tuesday: mostly sunny skies, highs in the upper 70s low 80s wednesday: partly cloudy skies with a spot shower developing, highs in the low to mid 80s.

Thursday: showers likely, high in the upper 70s to low 80s.

Friday: partly cloudy skies with a spot shower developing, highs in the mid 80s korean war veterans in kentucky were honored today at the boone national guard center in frankfort.

America's involvement lasted from 1950-to-53...yet there has still been no formal end to the war...there is also no end to the memories for those who served in it.

Here's more from abc 36's alex king.

"an afternoon of dedication to those who served in the korean war... they were presented the ambassador for peace medals and even received certificates... one veteran i spoke to says it's really nice to be honored."

Nat sound - clapping kentucky department of veterans affairs commissioner ben adams says there are around fifteen thousand korean war veterans in kentucky.

Seventy came to the commemoration with another 22 represented by family.

Benjamin adams, commissioner "it's always wonderful to be able to thank the veterans for what they do or what they have done in the past... especially the war veterans."

Adams says because the korean war was so short it tends to be overlooked because of world war two and vietnam... he says people need to bring attention to all veterans who have served...like korean veteran bill king.

"i was in the seebees for 3 years and i was on the uss hammel and we went through korea where we did take some of the chosin bodies out of korea."

King says he is in awe of all the people who showed up to support him and his fellow veterans.

It's just unreal... after 70 years they finally recognized us."

In frankfort, alex king, abc 36 news.

O this afternoon it was wheels up for the kentucky football team.

They are headed to starkville to take on mississippi state on saturday.

It will be an earlier kick at 4 on s-e-c network.

The bulldogs will bring a tough offense to the table...mainly in the form of running back kylin hill.

The running threat doesn't end there, the u-k defense will also have to deal with q-b tommy stevens if he plays.

This week, mark stoops has made sure his defense is ready for the fight they will have on their hands this saturday.

Coming up at 5:30, u-k football's hype video to get you geared up for c1 3 saturday's game.

Tom and v-j back to you.

Coming up..

A gun maker's big announcment about the production of it's ar-15 semi- automatic rifles.

And also ahead..

President trump facing questions about a whistleblower complaint..

As he plays host to a foreign leader.

We'll have the latest next.

C1 3 leader, questions loom about contacts with another.

As karin caifa reports in today's nationview..

Trump is taking questions about iran sanctions and the reports of a whistleblower complaint.

--reporter pkg-as follows-- president trump and the first lady hosting the second state visit of the administration, welcoming the prime minister of australia to the white house friday.

President donald trump: i don't think we've ever had a better relationship than we have right now.

The visit, according to the white house, intended to highlight the strong ties between the two countries, and common interests like north korea and china, as the u.s. continues to negotiate a trade deal.

Scott morrison / australian prime minister: they have grown and they've become a substantive economy in the world.

And once you sort of get into that level, then you need to able to be playing to the same rules as those other developed nations.

And iran.

Trump, announcing new sanctions on iran's central bank friday, in the wake of an attack on a saudi oil facility that the u.s. has blamed on tehran.

President donald trump: they could solve the problem very easily.

All they have to do, is stop with the terror.

But as he hosts one foreign leader, president trump facing questions about a whistleblower complaint regarding communication with another.

The president wouldn't confirm reports that the complaint was prompted by a phone call with the leader of ukraine.

President donald trump: it's a partisan whistleblower.

Shouldn't even have information.

I've had conversations with many leaders, they're always appropriate.

House speaker nancy pelosi called on the director of national intelligence to send the information on the complaint to congress as, she noted, the law requires.

In washington, i'm karin caifa.

Overview: clouds kept us on the cool side for friday but they will clear out this weekend and c1 3 temperatures will once again return to the upper 80s low 90s.

Expect drought conditions to continue throughout the weekend, relief from this heat will be arriving late sunday night into monday morning as a cold front slips south into the region.

One concern before the boundary arrives will be the potential wildfire risk across the bluegrass.

Conditions will be favorable wildfires to develop and spread quickly; hot temperatures, dry conditions, and breezy conditions.

The front is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms but don't expect it to be a drought buster by any means.

The main feature will be the cooler temperatures or for us back to average temperatures.

Tonight: partly cloudy skies with lows in the middle to mid 60s saturday: mostly sunny and hot with highs in the lower 90s sunday: partly cloudy with a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms late into the overnight hours, highs in the low 90s.

Monday: chance of showers mainly in the morning hours then becoming partly sunny with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s tuesday: mostly sunny skies, highs in the upper 70s low 80s wednesday: partly cloudy skies with a spot shower developing, highs in the low to mid 80s.

Thursday: showers likely, high in the upper 70s to low 80s.

Friday: partly cloudy skies with a spot shower developing, highs in the mid 80s the first day of fall is overview: clouds kept us on the cool side for friday but they will clear out this weekend and temperatures will once again return to the upper 80s low 90s.

Expect drought conditions to continue throughout the weekend, relief from this heat will be arriving late sunday night into monday morning as a cold front slips south into the region.

One concern before the boundary arrives will be the potential wildfire risk across the bluegrass.

Conditions will be favorable wildfires to develop and spread quickly; hot temperatures, dry conditions, and breezy conditions.

The front is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms but don't expect it to be a drought buster by any means.

The main feature will be the cooler temperatures or for us back to average temperatures.

Tonight: partly cloudy skies with lows in the middle to mid 60s saturday: mostly sunny and hot with highs in the lower 90s sunday: partly cloudy with a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms late into the overnight hours, highs in the low 90s.

Monday: chance of showers mainly in the morning hours then becoming partly sunny with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s tuesday: mostly sunny skies, highs in the upper 70s low 80s wednesday: partly cloudy skies with a spot shower developing, highs in the low to mid 80s.

Thursday: showers likely, high in the upper 70s to low 80s.

Friday: partly cloudy skies with a spot shower developing, highs in the mid 80s the first day of fall is monday..

And while there's a lot to love about the season, c1 3 millions of people with fall allergies may feel a different way.

Holly firfer has a few tips for allergy sufferers, in today's your health.

--reporter pkg-as follows-- anne corbitt loves the fall- walking, hiking, camping and tailgating.

Annie corbitt/ allergy patient: sometimes that's been really tough, because of my allergies, because just standing outside, um, can make them happen.

Since her teens, year-round allergies slowed her down.

In fall, a major culprit?

Ragweed.

In addition, mold spores can often be found on fallen leaves and as a result... dr. alan redding/ allergist, piedmont atlanta: it's very common for people who have year-round allergies to have worsening of their symptoms during the fall.... as well as spring.

Dr. alan redding tells patients there are some steps they can take that can help, including.... -buying hepa air filters.

-using a saline nasal spray.

-avoiding raking or bagging leaves if they have a sensitivity to mold, or using a mask.

And?

Dr. alan redding/ allergist, piedmont atlanta: if they need to work outdoors or spend significant amounts of time outdoors, its best that they do that later in the day.

Redding says these tips may help with mild symptoms..

But see a board- certified allergist if symptoms are more severe, like in anne's case.

She started on allergy shots almost two years ago.

The immunotherapy works by gradually reducing a person's sensitivity to their allergens.

Anne corbitt allergy patient: the shots have been life-changing.

She can now enjoy all that the season has to offer.

For today's health minute, i'm holly firfer.

Kentucky was moving backwards, with liberal pro-abortion candidates gaining strength.

Then we elected christian conservative political outsider matt bevin as governor.

He's the father of nine kids, four of them adopted.

Yes, glenna and i are pro-life, but so is kentucky.

Andy beshear was endorsed by planned parenthood.

Funded by abortion clinic owners.

Beshear moves us backwards.

Matt bevin is pro-life and will keep us moving forward.

C1 3 production of ar-15 semi-automatic rifles for consumers.

The company says it will concentrate instead..

On fulfilling military and law enforcement order contracts.

According to colt..

Right now there are too many high- powered guns on the market, and sales for them have slumped.

Several other companies make ar- 15 style rifles, which have been used in several mass shootings.

Today's the day many iphone lovers have been waiting for.

All three versions of the iphone 11 are now available in stores.

According to apple..

People who put in their pre-orders a week ago... should start seeing them arrive on their doorsteps soon.

Verizon is ready to turn on its 5-g wireless network in new york city.

The company says parts of the city will get the new high speed network starting september 26th.

Verizon's 5-g is already available in places like washington d-c and atlanta.

Now ..it's time to check out our frankfort toyota live traffic report.

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--reporter pkg-as follows-- "she's comin' home."

"rambo: last blood" could have a slight edge in the weekend box office battle.

Sylvester stallone returns for a fifth film as the action hero.

Analysts estimate it'll earn anywhere from 17- to-24 million dollars -- the high end of that range could give it the weekend crown over "it: chapter two."

"the king and queen are coming to downton!"

"what?"

Ca british aristocrats out-gun "rambo"?

Anticipation is high for "downton abbey," which leap to the big screen after six seasons on television.

Box office watchers expect a debut of 16-to-22 million dollars... but online ticket service fandango reports the period drama has the weekend's highest advance ticket sales.

"i've dedicated my life to the exploration of space."

Then there's "ad astra," starring brad pitt.

The space thriller has the best reviews of the weekend's new movies, slightly edging "downton abbey," and the expert look for it to blast off with 18-to-20 million dollars... not great, for a film that cost more than 80-million to make, but enough to make it a contender for the weekend title.

In hollywood, i'm david daniel.

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