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

A Cincinnati Police Officer who was shot while off duty last weekend is being released from the hospital today.

A huge bond was set this morning for a man accused of killing a woman while she was holding her infant child.

Jurors are hearing more testimony today in the Anthony Kirkland trial. Get an update here, and check out our special section.

TSA officials say body scanners are coming to CVG in the coming months. More details here.

Jobless rates are holding steady both in Ohio and across the nation. Get the latest data here.

Police in two local counties are looking for a convicted stalker. Get more information here.

Where are all the tomatoes? Find out why the vegetable - or fruit? - is harder to come by.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: Chad Ochocinco is back in the news. Find out more on his latest stunt.

Today on the FOX19.com video page: Reviews from Steve Oldfield and our Mom @ the Movies on Alice in Wonderland and 'Trucker Church' in this week's Faith Works.

You may be actually able to GO OUTSIDE this weekend and enjoy the weather. Your weekend forecast is here.

The big high pressure system continues to dominate the FOX19 viewing area and that means sunshine this afternoon and tomorrow.

Clouds will arrive late Sunday but with temperatures in the 50's it will still be nice. Sunday night there is a chance of rain.

All next week looks about normal or a bit warmer.

FOX19 Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer

 

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