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

A woman is now facing charges for a double fatal crash that occurred earlier this month on I-74.

Police have also made an arrest in a murder from last year. More on that here.

And on the same street that arrest was made, a church was damaged in a fire.

Some Middletown residents are unhappy over the EPA's approval of a SunCoke plant. More on the controversy.

The recent snow store has taken a toll on local budgets. Find out why.

Meanwhile, main highways appear to be fine after our recent snow storm, but some side streets are still covered.

You've probably been shoveling often. Find out how you can prevent injuries.

New photos have been released from 9/11. Find out where they've been all this time.

Are you bored often? A new study suggests that could be bad for your health.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: You must see this adorable video of a snow-eating dog!

Also in the FOX19.com video page: Part 2 of our report on self-segregation and how people are using social networking to lose weight.

It's not supposed to snow today, but we could see even more this weekend. Get your complete forecast.

The snow may have stopped this morning, but the chill is sticking around. Temperatures are near 20 degrees this morning with wind chills in the low teens. We will remain dry today with some sunshine and a high of 29 degrees.

Our next chance for snow showers will be Saturday and then steady snow on Sunday. The forecast for Sunday and Monday, right now is up in the air because models are having a rough time zeroing in on the specific time and specific accumulation. It looks like an all day event with snow lasting into President's Day. 

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

 

 

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