FOX19.com Midday Update

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A WWE wrestler was arrested overnight in Northern Kentucky. Get more information here.

You may soon be able to take a passenger rail to Columbus, Dayton or Cleveland after the state of Ohio got a $400 million federal grant.

Toyota owners, take note: The car company has recalled a million more vehicles.

A congressional panel has given the nation a failing grad when it comes to bioterrorism preparation. But how are prepared locally?

President Obama made his first State of Union address last night. Get a recap here.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: A Florida woman is filing a lawsuit claiming her dentist left a drill bit in her head for nearly a year.

Today on the FOX19.com video page: A heartwarming story from two missionaries who just returned from Haiti and a teenage racecar driver is honored by the city of Cincinnati.

Falling temperatures and rising river levels are the weather stories in the Tri-State. Click for your complete forecast.

Light drizzle or flurries remain this morning mainly East of Cincinnati, however we are tracking colder air that move in to the metro. With colder air in the 20's moving in I will not rule out isolated slick spots as some damp roads may freeze. Otherwise some breaks in the clouds later today.

Our next chance of snow will be Friday afternoon with  less than 1" in the metro area but far SOUTH, 2" to 4" possible falling in the southern parts of Owen, Grant, Lewis, Mason and Robertson counties by Saturday dawn.

ALERT: TRAVELERS: This is adding up to a major snow maker for Friday across central and southern Kentucky and northern Tennessee.  Lexington may see 3" - 4=5" of snow, Louisville up to 4" and Bowling Green and London 5" to 7".

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

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