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FOX19.com Midday Update

 

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

Imagine having the President of the United States speak in your backyard. That's what happened today for an Ohio family.

One of the suspects involved in a deadly home invasion in Hanover Township has been indicted for murder after his accomplice died in the incident.

A former lawmaker in Butler County has pled not guilty to federal charges. Get more information here.

Police have identified a man involved in a deadly crash early this morning in Campbell County.

Hundreds of millions of eggs are being recalled for salmonella. Find out more.

A South Carolina mother accused of killing her two young children will be in court later today. Find out what her family is saying.

A Delhi man is facing another voyeurism charge after peeping on a woman.

You won't believe why a Kentucky family is suing Wal-Mart.

FOX19.com must-click of the day: Check out this feature on the Fetal Care Center of Cincinnati.

Today on the FOX19.com video page: Why law enforcement is cracking down on drunk driving and four teenagers are arrested for cemetery vandalism.

It's a little bit hotter today, and the temperatures will continue to rise. Get your complete forecast.

Clouds continue to hold on, with a sprinkle or two. Otherwise expect a sun and cloud mix into early afternoon and turning mostly sunny skies by late day. A daytime high of 84° with the heat and humidity on the way back for Thursday. Expect highs to climb near 90° and into the low 90's both Thursday and Friday with our next chance for storms on Saturday afternoon. -- FOX19 Meteorologist Frank Marzullo

 

 

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