To go along with the happy thought of it being Friday, we have much drier air and more comfortable temperatures on deck for your weekend!
Meteorologist Katy Morgan is saying that today is going to be a transition day with a chance for a few thunderstorms this morning/early afternoon, but behind that is plenty of sunshine with highs hitting the mid 80s.
We can all let out a huge sigh of relief this morning after two toddlers abducted from a BP station on Glenway Avenue have been found and are unharmed. Police arrested a suspect last night shortly after an SUV was stolen with the two children inside. Brad Underwood will be live this morning with the very latest on this story.
President Barack Obama is highlighting the manufacturing industry in Blue Ash today. Although he will not actually be in attendance, Democratic Party leaders will be at Steelcraft on Blue Ash Road as part of the Obama Administrations Made in Ohio.
If you drive a Honda or a Ford, here's some important info: both manufacturers have issued recalls for thousands of vehicles on the road. Honda is recalling 2012 CRVs and 2013 Acura ILXs for defective inner door latches and Ford is recalling more of its 2013 Escapes due to a defect in the fuel line. Both manufacturers are set to notify owners.
It's an exciting weekend to be a Reds fan! Barry Larkin will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown and has quite the following making the big trip! Dan Wells will have all of the details on the Cincinnati legend.
What do you think about this? All public universities in the state of Ohio could be facing a tobacco ban. While most universities only place a ban on smoking indoors, this would keep students, faculty and visitors from smoking on campus period. Rob Williams and Sheila Gray will have more information at 6.
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NANANANANANA...BATMAN! If you weren't lucky enough to snag a ticket to a sneak peek, you finally have your chance to see The Dark Knight Rises. The last installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy finally hits the big screen today and is expected to make a pretty penny in the box offices.
I hope you have a safe and fun-filled weekend! See you on Monday! :)