Midday Update

Good afternoon! Here is your midday update from

Vice President Joe Biden is in Cincinnati today. Find out why.

Meanwhile, President Obama is also in Ohio today, talking about healthcare.

NEW INFORMATION: Crews continued searching this morning for a person missing in the Ohio River. They have recovered a life vest, but it's unclear if it belongs to the victim. More information here.

A Cincinnati man has been sentenced for the murder of a pastor in West Virginia.

A man accused of killing a local woman over the weekend surrendered to police early this morning.

Flood warnings remain in effect for some areas along the Ohio River. More details here.

Making national headlines: The government says it can't explain what caused a Toyota Prius to lose control on a California highway.

And the mistress of John Edwards is speaking out about the pair's affair. must-click of the day: Think you know college basketball? Or do you want to fill out a bracket just for the fun of it? Enter FOX19's Hoops Frenzy! Click here for more information.

Today on the video page: An interesting story on robotic knee surgery and how the local jobless rate is putting a strain on social service agencies.

A chilly day today, but it will get better this week. Get your complete forecast.

Expect a dry day with cloudy skies on your Monday and a high of 47 degrees. Then a sun and cloud mix for the remainder of the week with temperatures near 60 by Thursday and into the low 60's on Friday and Saturday.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

Flood Warning Maysville / Flood Advisory Meldahl

UPDATED River Forecast Levels:

Markland 41.2', rising to 48.0' Thursday Flood Stage=51'

Cincinnati 48.04', rising to 53.3' Thursday Flood Stage=52'

Meldahl 45.26', rising to 50.9' Wed / Thu Flood Stage = 51'

Maysville 47.3',rising 51.7' Wednesday Flood Stage=50'

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