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Bring on the sunshine!

Andrew in Colerain is a baseball all-star! Thanks, Julie, for the picture! Andrew in Colerain is a baseball all-star! Thanks, Julie, for the picture!

Could yesterday have been any more perfect outside?! I don't know about you, but I'd definitely take that weather year-round!

Luckily, Meteorologist Katy Morgan is saying that it will be the same story for today! We can expect to see a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon with highs topping off in the upper 70s - no complaints about that!

Tune-in starting at 4 AM for Katy and Frank's current weather conditions as well as a complete seven-day-forecast.

If you're looking for a way to beat the heat this summer, you're in luck! The Cincinnati public pools officially open today and Dan Wells will be live all morning starting at 4:30 to tell you where to go for some fun in the sun.

It's a sad day in Miami Township after police say they found two people dead in what is believed to be a murder-suicide. Dispatchers received a call around 1:40 yesterday afternoon from the 13-year-old daughter of the two victims after she was locked out of the house and heard gunshots. Brad Underwood will be live this morning to will bring you the very latest on this tragic story.

Habitat for Humanity will be kicks off today, but this time they're taking it to Walnut Hills. Thanks to a generous donation from the Shalom Coalition, Shannon Gibson and her two children will be getting a new home! Hear more on this awesome partnership at 5 AM.

While looking through the morning calendar today, I became extremely excited about this: Master Chef contestant Krystal Mandap will be live at 8:15 to demonstrate her take on a light, summer recipe! She'll be whipping up seared ahi tuna, served over a bed of coconut rice with roasted shitake mushrooms and a citrus buerre blanc sauce! I might have to battle Dan Wells to make sure I get a bite! :)

Have you heard about this? An experimental drug is now offering new hope in the battle against breast cancer. A three-year clinical trial found that TDM1 slowed the progression of an advanced form of breast cancer better than the standard treatment. Researchers say that although it's not a cure, it is still a huge deal in cancer research!

Are you wanting to contribute to breast cancer research? If so, why not take it to the football field?! Traci Clancy will be in house to tell you all about the Women's Football 101 program at UC where participants will be able to score touchdowns for a great cause. All of the proceeds will go straight to the Barrett Cancer Center at UC. Be sure to check out Traci's interview at 9:15 AM!

I hope these headlines gave you a little jump-start to your Monday morning! Now go grab that coffee and get going on the first day of your work week!

-Emily

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