Good afternoon! Here is your midday update from FOX19.com:
BREAKING NEWS from Butler County, where two separate fatal accidents have been reported this morning.
Defense attorneys are presenting their side in the trial of Mark Pickens, who is accused of a triple murder in Over the Rhine.
The Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office has announced indictments in two cold case murders - one from 2000 and another from 2003. Get more on how police cracked the cases.
A home invasion robbery in Hamilton led to a chase and the arrest of two people. One person is still on the loose.
Several local companies are benefiting from new tax credits announced by Gov. Strickland. Get more on that here.
Goldman Sachs executives are in Washington today, disputing allegations of fraud. More on that here.
Restaurants and food companies are aiming to reduce salt in their foods.
And find out why the nation's largest retailer is facing a class-action lawsuit.
FOX19.com must click of the day: What was he thinking? Find out where a funeral home worker parked his occupied van for several hours.
Today on the FOX19.com video page: Video of that wild police chase in Wilder and how you can recognize signs of domestic violence.
What's the forecast like for the rest of your work week? Believe it or not, there's a FROST ADVISORY in effect tonight.
Frost Tonight Possible
Clouds will break as we head into early afternoon and then we will have mostly sunny skies by late afternoon, early evening with a high of 58°. Sunshine for the remainder of the week into Friday with temperatures rising into the 70's by the end of the week.
Then storms expected for your weekend!
FLYING PIG SUNDAY: Showers for Sunday morning possible and a cool start with temperatures in the Low 50's, Then thunderstorms in the afternoon.
FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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