Good afternoon. Here is your midday update from FOX19.com:
A bar fight overnight led to a shooting in the parking lot of a local gas station. More details here.
Meanwhile, the owner of another bar that was the scene of a crime over the weekend is fighting to stay open.
Did you know you can now buy Procter and Gamble products online? Get more information here.
Prosecutors are wrapping up their case in the Ryan Widmer retrial. Get more from the courtroom.
New data released today says the number of homeowners who missed at least one payment on their mortgage surged to a record in the first quarter of 2010.
A 70-year-old woman was in court this morning after she was arrested yesterday for stabbing her husband.
A son got a lighter prison sentence after blaming his father for murder. More on that story here.
It was an interesting day during the Primary Election in Kentucky. Get a complete recap here.
FOX19.com must-click of the day: A Hollywood couple is expecting...but it may not be who you expect.
Today on the FOX19 video page: Kimberly Holmes previews a story that airs tonight that you won't want to miss and Dan Carroll visits with Veterans before a special honor flight to Washington, D.C.
Sun is coming! Find out when in your complete forecast.
It Will Take Time, But Sun On The Way
Some passing drizzle east of Cincinnati especially, otherwise cloudy skies, a high of 66°. Then sunshine on Thursday with a high of 75°, rain comes back on Friday with temps in the low 70's.
Your Weekend: Expect a thunderstorm risk on Saturday with a high of 78°, then Sunday looks dry at this point with a high of 81°.
FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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