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Two people are dead after a house fire in Brown County. Neighbors say the victims were teenagers.
In Bethel, Ohio, animal control officers and police are looking for the owner of a barn where several horses were found dead or neglected.
A Florence hotel clerk was stunned early this morning by three robbery suspects. Get that story here.
A Cincinnati Police Officer is appealing a decision to fire him after he used a Taser on a councilman's daughter.
Investigators are now saying excessive speed caused a West Chester Police Officer to crash his cruiser.
Did you get lots of gift cards for Christmas? Here are some tips on properly using them...so you don't get charged any fees.
FOX19.com must-click of the day: The holidays are a time when tasty treats are plentiful, but for those battling food addictions, it can be an extremely difficult time. Get more information and find out where you can get help.
Today on the FOX19.com video page: Video of a fatal fire in Mississippi, more on the winning Powerball ticket sold in Georgetown and safety tips for your pets.
We wish we could tell you it will get warmer in the next few days, but it's not the case. Get your frigid forecast.
We will remain dry today and for Wednesday with temperatures slowly warming. Expect a high of 34 today and then near 40 degrees for Wednesday. Then we are watching a uncertain system form for later this week.
Right Now: Rain early Thursday mixing with some snow showers by afternoon and then snow showers New Years Eve into New Years Day. Then much colder air this weekend in the low 20's. This is all subject to change so stay tuned...
FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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