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We have some updated information on a fire in Union Township. Click here for the latest.

A Cincinnati Police dog has died after being left in a hot vehicle. More on that here.

There is also some new information today in the case of an exotic dancer accused of running over a client and dragging him for over a mile.

A man is behind bars after police say he backed over a toddler in Colerain Township. More information on that story here.

Three people are wanted after another home invasion in the Tri-State - this one in St. Bernard.

A former pastor in Highland County had admitted to stealing from a church. More on that case here.

A local high school football player and the son of a former Bengal is fighting for his life. More on that here.

Today on the FOX19.com video page: Steve Oldfield talks with the stars of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" and we're keeping you safe with information on hiring people to work in your home.

The heat continues this weekend. Get your complete forecast.

EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING -- Once again it will feel like 100° to 105° this afternoon, staying hydrated is very important.  We will reach a high around 97° with hazy and sunny skies.   A SMOG ALERT also remains in effect. Unfortunately the humidity will remain in our area through the weekend until Monday, when we will finally begin to see some relief. There is a risk of a thunderstorm late Saturday, however our better chance is Sunday. A warm and muggy weekend will give way to a much needed, less humid week. -- FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

 

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