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

BREAKING NEWS from Lucasville, where Ohio has executed a Cincinnati man who killed one man and wounded two others in 1983.

Also happening right now, federal agents in the northeast are searching several homes believed to be connected to the Times Square bombing plot.

Testimony in the Ryan Widmer retrial is in Day 2. FOX19's Brad Underwood is in the courtroom and we are providing updates on FOX19.com.

Police found several weapons this morning after a shooting suspect crashed her car. More on that here.

A second Miami sorority is in hot water after allegations of a wild spring formal. Get the latest here.

A second Duke Energy worker is also in trouble after being accused of driving drunk while on the job.

Cincinnati city council approved more funding for the streetcar project yesterday. Find out what's next.

Anticipation is building in downtown Cincinnati as the city gets ready to host MLB's Civil Rights game weekend. Get more on that, plus a schedule of events for the weekend, here. Stay with FOX19 all weekend long as we cover Civil Rights Game weekend.

A person reported missing in Missouri turned up in a local county, and now he's under arrest. Find out why.

The Florence Freedom is helping victims of the Nashville flood this weekend. Find out how you can help.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: They're the favorite summertime footwear for many of us, but find out why doctors say flip flops are dangerous.

Today on the FOX19.com video page: Our latest Cool School and the Cyclones are playing for the Kelly Cup - again!

We are under another risk for thunderstorms today. Stay up to date on the FOX19.com weather page.

Risk Of Thunderstorms Today

The muggy conditions we have had this morning will continue through the day. Expect a sun and cloud mix today with a high of 84°. Late this afternoon, mainly after 3:30pm, we have a risk of storms which will continue into the evening. Some of the storms could be on the strong side. Track Them With Us Here On FOX19.COM and On-Air at FOX19.

Friday morning look for some rain and thunder then by early Friday afternoon it tapers off with a high of 74°.

Weekend Outlook / Civil Rights Game at Great American Ball Park: Sunshine is in the forecast for the weekend with high temperatures in the low 70's and low temperatures in the low 50's.

FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

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