Midday Update

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Traffic update for you: The northbound ramp from I-275 to westbound I-74 is still shut down due to an overturned tractor trailer.

Also happening right now: The Kentucky State Police say they have concluded their investigation into the death of a census worker. A press conference is scheduled for later this afternoon.

A West Chester police officer was critically injured this morning when he crashed his cruiser on the way to a burglary. More information on that story here.

Police are looking for a man who they say tried to rent a house that wasn't his. See if you can help find him.

A former Cincinnati doctor has pleaded guilty to a his involvement in a huge drug ring.

If you have a small child, be sure to get the latest information on the largest crib recall in U.S. history.

Also, be sure to check out our exclusive investigation into a local jail.

Hundreds of city workers, including police officers, are facing layoffs in 2010. Get that story here. must-click of the day: Are you planning to buy your cat or dog a gift for Christmas? You are not alone! See the results of a poll on gifts for pets.

Today on the video page: Clermont County approves its 2010 budget, a performance from Freekbass and meet a principal who never wanted to become a principal.

Enjoy the last mild day for a while! Get your complete forecast from FOX19.

Cloudy skies with a high of 57 degrees. Rain showers will develop on your Wednesday with a high of 50 degrees. Then breezy and much colder on Thursday with a high of 44 and passing rain showers. However, by late evening on Thanksgiving Day I do expect a few snow flurries possible.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

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