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Good afternoon and TGIF! Here is your midday update from FOX19.com:

A 92-year-old man who has spent the last five days in jail after being sentenced for a DUI, has been sent home. Get the controversial story here.

Police have arrested a suspect they believe is involved in a series of child enticement attempts. Details here.

A former Illinois police officer has been indicted for the death of his 3rd wife. He's also a suspect in the disappearance of his 4th wife. Oh, and he's engaged to No. 5.

A man celebrating his birthday was murdered in the West End last night. More on that story here.

Ever wonder what it's like to be booked in jail? FOX19's Dan Wells went behind the scenes to give you a firsthand look.

Are you still looking for a gift for Mom? Check out these free or discounted ideas. Also, check out these FREE printable coupons that you can give Mom for her big day!

FOX19.com must-click of the day: You'll want to check out this video of Forecaster Frank Marzullo getting dunked this morning at Great American Ball Park. And the best is last...be sure to watch the video until the very end!

Another chance of severe weather later today. Get your complete forecast.

Periods of steady rain early this morning, by 7:30am I will look at showers to be light and much more scattered. Expect a break with sunshine late morning into the afternoon, before another round of strong possible Thunderstorms late afternoon into the early overnight. A daytime high of 74 today, with a high tomorrow of 68 with early rain showers. Mother's Day looks great, sunny skies, a tad cooler in the mid-60's.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

 
 
Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu

Hi 74 F
Lo 58 F
AM Rain / PM Thunder

Hi 68 F
Lo 48 F
Early Shower Then Clearing

Hi 65 F
Lo 45 F
Mostly Sunny Skies

Hi 68 F
Lo 46 F
Sunny Skies

Hi 72 F
Lo 46 F
Sun / Cloud Mix

Hi 75 F
Lo 53 F
Partly Cloudy, Late T'Storm

Hi 74 F
Lo 58 F
Rain / T'Storm

 

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