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BREAKING NEWS from Hamilton, where police have arrested a mother for the murder of her 5-week-old child.
New data released today from the Ohio Department of Education shows good news and bad news for Ohio school children. Click here for the story and to link to see your child's school information.
More data released by the Ohio State Highway Patrol says one local county has the highest number of juvenile traffic citations in the state.
President Barack Obama is coming to the Tri-State. Find out when and where.
Sources are saying that a coroner's report will rule Michael Jackson's death as a homicide. More information on that here.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says closing schools won't stop the spread of the swine flu virus.
Cincinnati's two professional stadiums are being blamed for a $13 million tax shortfall for next year. Find out why.
FOX19.com must-click of the day: Researchers at the University of Kentucky got to spend some of their summer in Paris, France. Find out why.
Today on the FOX19.com video page: Raw dash cam video of the tasing incident involving a councilman's daughter, raw video of an amazing pool drain rescue in Florida and a talented singer from Northern Kentucky.
A little more sunshine and warmth today. Get your complete forecast.
Expect sunshine today with a high of 82 degrees. Then sunshine on Wednesday with warmer air, a high of 86 degrees. Our next chance for thunderstorms late on Thursday, with chances on Friday out ahead of a cooler air mass. Expect a 70 degree air trend as we start next week.
FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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