FINALLY! Rain is on the way!
Our favorite weather gal Katy Morgan is saying that we will be starting the day off with partly cloudy skies, eventually leading a few showers and possibly a rumble of thunder. Highs will reach the upper 80s but hey, that's still much cooler than what we've been seeing recently!
A local family is mourning the loss of loved one after Howard Thomas Mills was stabbed to death in downtown Beijing yesterday afternoon. Mills was a resident of Indian Hill and fell victim to a serial robber that's been attacking people since January. Rob Williams and Sheila Gray will have the latest on this story at 5 AM.
Cincinnati Police have been ordered to stop using a controversial breathalyzer that has a track record of false readings in multiple states. As you can imagine, the device has been the subject of several defense challenges when it comes to drunk driving cases.
For all of you DIRECTV subscribers, chances are you're losing stations because of the dispute between the satellite provider and Viacom. The two companies are duking it out over who should pay to carry Viacom programming. Tune-in at 6 AM for more information in this ordeal.
Brad Underwood will be flying high for a great cause this morning - he'll be tuning-in live from a hot air balloon in Middletown for the kick off of this year's MidUSA Ohio Challenge Hot Air Balloon Festival which honors veterans and wounded warriors organizations.
Although we need the rain, I could bet Brad is crossing his fingers for the skies to stay clear until he's back on the ground!