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BREAKING NEWS from Walnut Hills, where police are investigating the discovery of a body in a wooded area.

Also happening this morning, the suspect in a triple homicide in Over the Rhine was arraigned. Find out what happened.

More discussions are going on today between union leaders and city officials about layoffs. Last night, hundreds of employees and citizens turned out for a special meeting.

Meanwhile, Butler County officials are looking to furloughs and salary freezes to help with their budget issues.

Some good news today from the Labor Department. Get the latest jobless rates.

President Obama signed the Cash for Clunkers extension into law this morning, meaning you have a little longer to take advantage of the program.

It's back to school time, and one thing a lot of parents are concerned about is swine flu. Schools got some reassurance from the government today.

Police are looking for a sex offender who escaped during a chase last month. See if you can help police find him.

And doing drugs is not a good idea in the first place, but its a worse idea when you do them in the courthouse. Nevertheless, that's what one woman is accused of doing. must-click of the day: A local Roto Rooter has created an interesting book on their adventures in plumbing. Get a preview here.

Today on the Video Page: Get video of Parrotheads from last night's Buffett concert, tips for moms on dealing with peer pressure and how a local youth group is giving back.

The heat is back! Get your complete forecast.

The heat is on! Expect a sunny Friday, with a high of 85 today. Then more sunshine with temperatures in the 90 degree range on Saturday and low 90's on Sunday. Our next chance for rain will be with thunderstorms on Monday evening.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo



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