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

BREAKING NEWS: A Hamilton County pediatrician has been sentenced to prison time for sex crimes involving former patients.

Tomorrow is a big day for the Bengals, as they try for their first playoff win in nearly two decades. Be sure to vote in our poll and give your thoughts on tomorrow's game. We also have this story about how badly the Bengals miss Chris Henry.

A winter weather advisory has been extended in the Tri-State. Click here for a gallery of viewer pictures, and submit yours to http://fox19.icnews.com.

Snow and speed could be to blame for a crash near Springfield yesterday that killed four people.

An closer to home, slick conditions may also be to blame for this crash in Hartwell.

Two people were arrested in New York today in connection with a terror investigation.

And new numbers have been released today on the economy and unemployment rate.

Today in the FOX19.com video page:  Vivica A. Fox visits the FOX19 Morning News and how Butler County is using a its jail as a shelter from the cold.

Bundle up this weekend! Stay on top of the cold temps with the FOX19.com weather page.

Light pockets of snow will continue this morning through afternoon. You can expect a additional quarter to half an inch if you get under a snow pocket, also blowing snow could be a problem. The BIG STORY NOW is the cold air with wind chill factor below zero for most of the next two days. We will see the clouds begin to break late Saturday afternoon with a high of 20 degrees.

By The Way: Snowfall yesterday range from 3 to 4 inches with 3.5" in the Downtown and just over 3 inches at CVG.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

 

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