Midday Update

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Rain and thunderstorms are moving through the Tri-State. We are streaming LIVE Doppler radar right now.

A big development today in a triple murder case in Over the Rhine from earlier this summer. Click here for the latest.

A local man was arrested after a bizarre altercation involving an 11-year-old girl and a skateboard.

Several city workers are still on edge, wondering if they will be laid off. Get the latest from the city's finance committee meeting, where council also approved $3 million for recycling.

Suspected serial killer Anthony Kirkland was in court yesterday. Find out what's happening in the case.

Former president Bill Clinton is in North Korea today, but the White House is being very tight-lipped about his trip. must-click of the day: You may have heard about people visiting all 30 Major League Ballparks, but visiting 52 zoos? That's what this family did.

Today on the video page: Find out where Daymar College is moving to, and see raw video of Bengals tight end Reggie Kelly leaving camp yesterday.

Several watches and warnings out there; stay up to date with the weather page!

Several Severe Thunderstorm Warnings have been issued this morning but no damage reports have been filed.  Hail seems to be a common occurrence and you can look for more throughout the day. Our BIG PROBLEM has been heavy rain, with over 2" of water near Middletown, Mason, Loveland, Lebanon, and other locations North of Cincinnati. Heavy water has also fallen in Falmouth and Maysville. There is plenty of available moisture so the thunderstorms will continue to produce torrential downpours and possibly some localized flooding.

Thunderstorms will be with us off and on throughout the day so listen for warnings, watch out for flooding in the spots you know are prone to high water and check out StormTracker Interactive Doppler Radar to track the storms and heavy rain.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

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