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FOX19's Brad Underwood is in Hamilton today, reporting on the trial of Dr. Mark Blankenburg. Get the latest update here.

An odd series of events in Boone County: A man is arrested for identity theft, but then when police search his home, they find child porn allegedly belonging to his roommate.

Police are looking for an 8-year-old boy accused of stabbing a 7-year-old girl after she refused to give up her lunch.

A bizarre series of posters in Oakley has some people talking. Is it real or a prank? You decide.

A Kentucky nurse has been charged with killing a Veteran with morphine. More on that story here.

A Florida man is behind bars, accused of sexual conduct with a 15-year-old local teen.

Why were Northern Kentucky golfers interrupted by the FBI earlier this month?

Jobless rates for September were released today. Good news or bad news?

And find out what word topped a poll on the most annoying words. must-click of the day: Check out this video of a man who taught his cat to use the toilet.

Also in the video page: Getting home heating help, how local police are using a device to speak different languages and more on the "gun show loophole."

Rain is moving into the area. Get your complete forecast.

Dry this morning but this will not last. I expect a few showers and possible crack of thunder by noon and into this afternoon, with a high of 66 degrees. Then our rain chances will increase overnight with STEADY RAIN by Friday mornings commute. We will have a wet trend with periods of heavy rain into mid-morning before tapering Friday afternoon. Friday's high will be 68 degrees, it will be come breezy and we should dry out for Friday night football. Then clouds with some sun on Saturday and a high of 60, with a high of 58 on Sunday.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo


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