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  • The rivalry has seen its fair share of trash talking, and the occasional shoving over the years, but the all-out brawl stole the national spotlight and has raised questions as to whether the shootout should even continue. FOX19 will have the latest on the UC vs. Xavier Crosstown Shootout brawl.
  • Ryan Widmer's attorneys have filed an appeal, claiming errors were made during his third murder trial. Could a fourth trial be in his future? FOX19's Cory Stark will have the latest.
  • 200 new jobs could be coming to the City of Norwood. We will tell you what company it is and when it may happen.
  • Clouds will increase tonight but it doesn't look like rain will arrive until very late Tuesday night and into Wednesday. FOX19 Meteorologist Jeff Creighton will have the latest on your work-week forecast.

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