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The verdict is in for the Ryan Widmer murder trial, and a lot of people are shocked. Complete coverage here. Vote in our poll, and share your thoughts in the comments section!

A shocking story in Kennedy Heights, were an elementary school student is accused of sexually assaulting another student, while classmates looked on.

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President Barack Obama said in a town hall meeting today that he wants to have a better relationship with Europe. Get more details of the meeting here.

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A local mom has been arrested after her son was found shoplifting because he was hungry. must-click of the day: An unusual traffic situation in Middletown overnight as a truck spills empty beer bottles on the road. That story here.

It was a wet morning commute this morning. Can you expect more rain this weekend? Get your complete forecast.

Steady rain this morning, however showers will taper by late morning and the clouds will break later this afternoon. Temperatures will fall into the 40's by later this afternoon as cool air works into the Tri-State. Then dry on Saturday with a high of 60 degrees.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu

Hi 54 F
Lo 38 F
AM Rain, Cooler

Hi 60 F
Lo 39 F
Partly Sunny & Nice

Hi 67 F
Lo 43 F
Partly Cloudy, PM T'Storms

Hi 40 F
Lo 37 F
Cold, Rain Showers,

Hi 41 F
Lo 28 F
AM Flurries?, Partly Cloudy

Hi 53 F
Lo 35 F
Partly Cloudy

Hi 60 F
Lo 40 F


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