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A treat repeat with some TLC

Good morning!

We have some great weather on the way for our Tuesday forecast!

Meteorologist Katy Morgan is calling today a "treat repeat" of the gorgeous weather from yesterday! We can look forward to sunny skies and highs topping out around 90 degrees!

Be sure to check out Katy and Frank all morning long for your current weather conditions and seven-day forecast starting at 4 AM.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the friends and family of a local hero who will be laid to rest this morning. U.S. Sgt. 1st Class Bobby Estle died from a gunshot wound last month while serving in Afghanistan. According to family members, he was only ten days shy from a planned trip home. Funeral services are scheduled for 11 AM at the Cornerstone Church of God in Lebanon.

The Jennings County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help in finding a missing six-year-old girl. Hannah Wahlman was last seen on Wednesday with her mother, Rachel King-Wahlman. King-Wahlman is believed to be driving a dark green, 1999 Chevy Monte Carlo with Indiana license plate SWE157. If you have any information on Hannah or her Rachel's whereabouts, please call (812) 346-4911.

The swine flu count is on the rise and several cases have been linked to animal exposures at county fairs. With the pigs arriving today at the Boone County fairgrounds, officials are going the extra mile to make sure the event doesn't add to those numbers. Dan Wells will be live with how they're handling the breakout at 4:30 AM.

CVG International is getting a little TLC with some much needed financial help that will fix the airport's runway. Brad Underwood will be live at 5 AM to tell you where the funds will be coming from and when the renovation is expected to be underway.

A smoother take-off from CVG followed by skipping baggage claim...sounds like my kind of travel! For a mere $30, passengers flying with American Airlines can now have their bags delivered to their home or hotel room. As of right now, the services are only offered in certain cities and some restrictions do apply.

The tech-giant Best Buy is looking to buy back stocks to make the company private. The offer made by co-founder Richard Shulze values the company at $8.8 billion. Shulze already owns more than 20% of the company's stock which means he'd have to pay around $6.9 billion for the rest.

Here's a little something extra for you today - check out these awesome photos of Cincinnati's skyline taken from above! A huge thanks to Jeff Stitt for sending these to us!

For these stories and much more, be sure to check out Rob Williams and Sheila Gray on the FOX19 Morning News followed by Tracey Johnson and Frank Marzullo on our Morning Xtra at 9!

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