Good afternoon! Here is your midday update from FOX19.com:
Video slots at racetracks continue to be a hot topic in Kentucky. See what the president of Turfway park is saying, and also give your opinion in today's poll.
Layoffs are possible for Cincinnati city employees as soon as next year. Find out what else could be cut as officials try to balance the budget.
A large, state-of-the-art, Hollywood-style casino is set to open later this month in Lawrenceburg. Here is a preview.
The black bear that has been spotted by several Tri-State residents has been spotted again. Find out where.
We have some amazing video from our Cleveland sister station of a house explosion. Check it out here.
Imagine putting your child on a plane and expecting her to reach her destination...but she never shows up. That's what happened to an Ohio family.
Carson Palmer and his family are having a houseguest next month. Who it is may surprise you.
FOX19.com must-click of the day: A one-week-old puppy in London, England had an adventure of a lifetime. See what happened.
With all of the rain we've had recently, officials are warning about getting in the water. Find out more here.
And we will see even more water today. Get your complete forecast.
The Tri-State remains under a slight risk for severe storms this afternoon, expect the chance after the noon time hour, we could see some heavy downpours once again today. A daytime high of 79 degrees, with another shot of storms on Wednesday. Then expect temperatures to reach near 90 degrees by Friday.
FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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