Good afternoon! Here is your midday update from FOX19.com:
We have new information on a tragedy in Butler County, where a 15-year-old girl was struck and killed by a school bus this morning.
Police are also investigating a pedestrian death in Southgate, where a man was killed in a hit and run accident.
Police say a fire that damaged a Hyde Park office building may be arson. More on that story here.
New data from the Kentucky Office of Highway safety says highway deaths dropped to a 10-year low in 2009.
Nine members of a Christian militia in the Midwest were arrested over a plot to kill police officers. That story here.
Police are investigating yet another homicide, this one in Over the Rhine.
And making international headlines today, two female suicide bombers are being blamed for killing 37 people in Russia.
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Today on the FOX19.com video page: A coney eating contest for Reds tickets and a welcome home party for local Marines.
Spring is coming this week! Get your complete forecast.
It will remain damp with rain tapering late morning. Then cloudy today, temperatures will stay on the cool side with a high of 50 degrees. Clouds begin to break this evening and overnight with a low of 34 degrees. Then get ready for a huge warming trend. It will be sunny on Tuesday with a high temperature in the low 60's then more sunshine will be around for the remainder of the week with highs rising from the low to upper 70's. Expect 70 on Wednesday and then near 78 by the time we get to Saturday.
Easter Sunday could bring us some changes, we are still looking mild in the low 70's with clouds increasing, as of now rain not a guarantee but we could have some showers late day into the evening, your services in the morning look dry for now. We will tweak it as we track the next several days.
However, it does look like we may see showers for Reds Opening Day with temperatures back into the 60's.
FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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