Good afternoon! Here is your midday update from FOX19.com:
The Hamilton County commission has a new president, but it's a familiar face. Get more details here.
A teenager and a young boy are lucky to be OK after they were involved in a home invasion early this morning.
Police are investigating a San Francisco cab driver after he was involved in a crash that killed a local couple.
The death of a 6-month-old infant remains under investigation in Clifton. More on that story here.
Last night's storms were scary for many Tri-Staters. In Aberdeen, those seeking shelter were shocked when the place the went to escape the storm was damaged. For more on last night's storm, check out our gallery of viewer-submitted photos.
The pastors of the church that owned "Touchdown Jesus" say the statue will rise again. More on their decision here.
Police in northern Ohio say a man was killed to death by his family's dogs. More on that story here.
Today on the FOX19.com video page: The Butler County sheriff talks immigration with seniors and Rob and Meghan preview Loveland's Amazing Race.
We should be done with stormy weather for a few days. Get your complete forecast.
A sun and cloud mix through late morning. Expect skies to turn sunny this afternoon, a little less humid, with a high of 85°.
Then temperatures start rising to near 90° by Thursday with a high in the upper 80's and then at 90° on Friday. It stays hot through the weekend, with a thunderstorm risk late Saturday.
FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo
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