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Details were announced this morning on MLB's Civil Rights Game Weekend, which will be in May right here in Cincinnati. Get more on the festivities and who is being honored with this year's Beacon Awards.

In a recent press conference, West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin says another hole is being drilled to try to rescue four missing miners trapped. Get the latest on the tragedy here.

A local college basketball standout has announced plans for his future. Find out who's going to the draft.

Trial was scheduled to begin today for a Delhi man accused of murdering his wife. Instead, there was a twist.

A fire in south-central Kentucky has claimed the lives of four children and an adult.

And a Highland County father has been indicted for the fire deaths of his two young sons.

An airline will now charge passengers for their carry-on luggage. Get more on that here. must-click of the day: An odd story in Arkansas, where a teenager is suing his own mother. Find out why.

Today on the video page: If you missed any of the Findlay Market Opening Day parade, watch it here and how business is booming for some local businesses.

Headed to GABP over the next few days? See if the weather will cooperate.

A sun and cloud mix, more filtered sunshine, with increasing clouds this afternoon, and a high of 80. I have to keep a chance of a thunderstorm pop-up late day early evening, otherwise a better shot late tonight after midnight. Expect rain and thunderstorms into Thursday morning then tapering to light showers by late morning.

The weekend looks great with sunny skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 60's.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo


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