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FOX19.com Midday Update

 

Good afternoon! Here is your midday update from FOX19.com:

It's Friday! Don't forget to check out our Prep Football Page for schedules of this week's games. We also have video from our prep rally this morning at Badin, featuring Frank Marzullo's non-basketball skills and more crowd surfing!

There's some new information on the effort to save over 100 citywide jobs in Cincinnati. Get the latest.

Ryan Widmer could be getting out of jail today. Find out why.

Controversy is brewing over President Obama giving a speech to school children next week. What do you think?

Changes will be underway in Kings Island's children's area next year. Find out who is replacing Nickelodeon characters.

Michael Jackson was finally laid to rest last night. Get reaction from his friends and family.

An Indiana firefighter is trying break a world record for number of skydives in one day. See how many he wants to do.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: You've probably heard of the Chicken Dance with the Stars competition going on right now. Find out why one competitor is crying "fowl" over FOX19's entry!

Today on the FOX19.com video page: How the UC team celebrated the birthday of a special team member, Miss America comes to FOX19, and local soldier saves a live in Afghanistan.

Hope you have some outdoor plans for your holiday weekend! Get your complete forecast.

A small amount of moisture and some lift on the edge of a disturbance in the south will bring a slight chance of a light shower or two Sunday and Labor Day.

Do not change your plans what ever happens will be light and spotty and most of us will not see rain.

There is a chance of  some shower activity late Tuesday and Late Wednesday but no soaking rains are in the forecast until perhaps Friday.

Have a nice holiday weekend.

FOX19 Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer

 

 

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