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President Obama spoke this morning, promising an 'untiring' effort in Haiti to help residents recover from a tragic earthquake.
Locally, several efforts are underway to help victims of that earthquake.
Click here for a special page on the earthquake in Haiti.
In other news, today, a West Chester family has been indicted in an elaborate mortgage scheme.
A sheriff's deputy and a teenager suffered injuries this morning after a crash in Anderson Township.
A Hamilton doctor will plead guilty this afternoon to sex, bribery, child-pornography and other charges.
FOX19.com must-click of the day: A local company is looking to change the future of airline security. Get that fascinating story here.
Today on the FOX19.com video page: Wedding trends for 2010 and more on an effort to card everyone wanting to buy alcohol.
We hope you're enjoying the "warmer" temperatures! Get your complete forecast here.
Expect plenty of early sunshine and a southern flow of air will allow us to warm up to 42 degrees today. Then clouds increase tonight with a slight chance of drizzle tomorrow morning. With temperatures near freezing tonight I would not rule out some isolated areas of freezing drizzle, a small chance at this point. Then mostly cloudy Friday with a high of 41 degrees.
Expect rain on and off on Sunday with temperatures still staying warm both Saturday and Sunday in the low 40's.
FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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