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

BREAKING NEWS from New York, where former Nasdaq chairman Bernie Madoff has been sentenced for fraud. Click here to see what he got.

Tragedy in Clermont County, where a 3-year-old boy drowned in his grandparent's swimming pool.

Neighbors are in shock about a suspected murder-suicide in Forest Park over the weekend.

The new Hollywood Casino is open for business in Lawrenceburg. Click here for an exclusive sneak peek inside.

Trial begins today in the case of a man accused of murdering a local teacher.

Stay up to date with the death of Michael Jackson by clicking here.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: Imagine coming home from vacation to find your house has been lived in while you were gone. That's what happened to a local family.

Tired of the heat? Relief is on the way for a few days. Get your complete forecast.

Some relief is on the way from the heat. Expect a high today of 84 degrees and sunny skies. Then a winds will increase tonight and the risk of a thunderstorm mid afternoon on Tuesday with a high in the upper 70's. Then sunny, dry, and comfortable for the remainder of the week with highs in the mid-70's. Your 4th of July forecast looks HOT with temperatures in the mid-80's and sunny skies.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

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