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The ramp from NB interstate 275 to WB 74 is still shut down after a crash this morning.

A former student at the College of Mount St. Joseph was sentenced today for setting a series of fires earlier this year.

We have lots of coverage of yesterday's announcement of over 300 layoffs in the city of Cincinnati. Click here for the latest.

Cincinnati isn't the only one dealing with budget issues. Hamilton County sheriff Simon Leis says his budget problems have forced the early release of thousands of inmates. Now, there's a way you can see who's getting out.

History will be made this afternoon with the Senate is expected to confirm Sonia Sotomayor for the Supreme Court.

Police are looking for the owner of a gun after an 11-year-old boy was shot yesterday in Avondale.

Blue Ash police are looking for a suspect after a bizarre incident at the city's recreation center.

Several bargain hunters are in Monroe today, checking out the new outlet mall. Get a preview here. must-click of the day: About 100 Butler County bovines tried break free from their farm overnight....see if they were successful.

Today on the video page: Southeast Indiana is cleaning up after Monday's torrential rain and a championship soccer team visits the FOX19 Morning News.

It will feel more like summer this weekend. See how hot it will get.

Fog will burn off later this morning and we can expect sunshine today with a high of 82 degrees. After a overnight low of 57 tonight expect 83 for a high on Friday and sunny skies. Early clouds on Saturday will break and sunshine will develop with temperatures near 90 and then 91 for a high on Sunday.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo


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