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FOX19.com Midday Update

 

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

Here's what's happening right now:

A former Catholic school teacher was in court today facing sex charges. More on that story here.

Fort Thomas Police have arrested two men for a bank robbery over the weekend. 

The Ohio Parole Board has been denied clemency for setting a fire that killed five children in 1992.

Bill Cunningham's new TV show that he taped earlier this month is facing a lawsuit. Find out why.

And home sales of previously occupied homes dipped over 2 percent in May, despite home-buying incentives.

Police say a crash that killed a bicyclist in Middletown over the weekend may have been intentional.

And a firefighter was injured this morning in a fire that was started by an unattended candle.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: One of NYC's most iconic personalities has a copycat. Get more on that story here.

Today on the FOX19.com video page: More from yesterday's storm damage and a murder-suicide in Mount Healthy.

Are more storms in the forecast? Check out your complete forecast.

Pop-Up T'Storm Risk Remains

Heat Emergency Now Until Wednesday

 Sunshine will be filtered by some high cloudiness this afternoon, courtesy of the remnants of this morning's rain and in addition thunderstorms to the west. We still could make it to 90° this afternoon.

Pop up thunderstorms will move though the area afternoon and evening, some could produce some heavy rain and there is a slight chance of some becoming severe.

A Heat Emergency remains in effect for the City of Cincinnati and how quickly we clear out will determine how warm we will get.

FOX19 Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer

 

 

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