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We're following an odd story in Delhi Township, where a man was arrested over the weekend for having human remains at his house. Find out what we know.

A tragic story in Grant County, where police say a man accidentally ran over and killed his sister.

Tropical Storm Claudette made landfall in Florida this morning, and has now been downgraded to a tropical depression. You can find all the latest on the Atlantic Hurricane Season by visiting our special Hurricane Tracker page. Get more information on another hurricane in the Atlantic.

Two former attorneys who scammed hundreds of people in a diet-drug case will be sentenced this afternoon.

As the school year begins, schools across the country are dealing with swine flu shots. Click here for more information, and also to see an interview FOX19 did with a doctor from Children's Hospital Medical Center. 

The Ohio Lottery Commission will vote on some controversial racetrack slot machine rules, such as opening the slots 24/7 and letting 18 year olds play. must-click of the day: A special day at Fort Campbell, where thousands of Vietnam Vets finally got the welcome home they deserved.

Today on the FOX19 Video Page: A look at this weekend's Black Family Reunion, the latest Healthwise report on using watermelons for exercise and a fundraiser benefits a local woman who was hit in the head with a rock.

Lots of heat and a chance of rain all week. Get your complete forecast.

Expect hot and muggy conditions on your Monday with a high of 90 degrees today. I do expect the chance of a thunderstorm this afternoon, however a better shot of storms will be the norm the next several days. A unstable weather pattern will set-up with the risk just about everyday this week with temperatures in the mid-90's.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo


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