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Covington Police are investigating a woman's death as a homicide after she was found inside a home with a gas leak. More on that case here.
The Reds and Cardinals play again this afternoon following last night's brawl. At least one Cardinal won't be in the lineup. More on that here. What should the punishment be for those involved? Vote at www.fox19.com.
If you are headed to this afternoon's game, or will be outside at all today, be careful! For the second time this summer, we are under an EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING.
Several charges have been filed after a large food stamp bust. Get more details on that here.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized some hidden marijuana at the DHL facility at CVG. Find out how they found it.
A vacant home in Fairfield Township is considered a total loss after a large fire. More information here.
A young child in Trenton is recovering after being attacked by the family dog. More on that story here.
FOX19.com must-click of the day: Get a sneak peek inside downtown Cincinnati's newest restaurant - the latest endeavor from a familiar face.
Today on the FOX19.com video page: The economic impact a Sprint Cup race will have on the area and the latest in a case involving an exotic dancer dragging a client under her car.
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A Saturday collision forced a vehicle to fall off an overpass onto I-65 near the 37.5 mile marker in Jackson County, according to Indiana State Police.Full Story >
Cincinnati Police are investigating after a car slammed into a utility pole, breaking it into three pieces.Full Story >
Police in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky report several accidents have been caused by slick road conditions due to the Saturday snow.Full Story >