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Cincinnati city council is meeting today in their last meeting before over 130 police officers are laid off. Get more on some members' last ditch effort to save jobs.

Also, see how this weekend's Riverfest celebration could be the last bang for these officers.

The Tri-State is mourning the death of Pops conductor Erich Kunzel. Get more on his life and death here.

Two men have been arrested after a heroin bust and short police chase in Colerain Township.

And speaking of police chases, a teen driving a stolen car crashed into a popular Erlanger landmark this morning during a chase.

If you were hoping to catch the Bengals vs. Steelers game this month a Paul Brown Stadium, you're too late. The game is sold out.

Police are looking for a serial burglar who strikes in broad daylight. See if you can help.

Keeping an eye on the tropics: Hurricane Jimena is weakening as it heads towards the Baja Peninsula, but meanwhile, a tropical storm has formed in the Atlantic. must-click of the day: A Kentucky woman says she should get a bigger reward for helping Papa John recover his classic car.

Today on the video page: A local band writes a song inspired by Chad Ocho Cinco and home design ideas you can do before the holidays!

Can you really get enough of this perfect weather? See if it will last into your holiday weekend!

Expect more sunshine and comfortable temperatures today. After a cool morning we will warm up to 78 degrees and then 80 degrees on Thursday. The holiday weekend will remain dry with temperatures into the low 80's, our next chance for rain will be on Tuesday.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo


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