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Who dey!

Good morning!

It's finally Friday and with that comes some much needed rain!

Meteorologist Katy Morgan is saying that after the showers and thunderstorms rolled through the area overnight, we'll continue to see some scattered activity this morning and into the afternoon. Temperatures will be a good 10 to 15° cooler than yesterday, topping out in the mid 70s.

Police are asking for your help in finding two suspects after Robert Walker, 18, was shot and killed on Race Street near Findlay Market. Walker was found inside of a black truck with multiple gunshot wounds before being pronounced dead upon arrival at University Hospital. Authorities say the two suspects were driving a dark blue, newer Volvo 4-door sedan. The vehicle has no front license plate and dark tinted windows. If you have any information in this case, please call the Criminal Investigation Section's Homicide Unit at (513) 352-3542 or Crimestoppers at (513) 352-3040.

A woman was rescued by Lincoln Heights Police officers last night after they say she was kidnapped and raped by three men, all of which turned out to be convicted felons. Investigators are still on the scene searching the home for drugs. Rob Williams and Sheila Gray will have the latest on this story at 5 AM.

The Lockland School District is welcoming a new interim superintendent, Dr. Dan Lawler, after he was appointed in last night's school board meeting. Last week the board voted to put superintendent Donna Hubbard on paid administrative leave after investigators found proof of the district lying about attendance numbers to boost test scores.

It's finally time for some Friday night football as we get to see our Cincinnati Bengals in action tonight! They have a 7:30 PM kick-off time with the New York Jets at Paul Brown Stadium.

With the '12-'13 school year getting in full swing, FOX19 and Remke bigg's have teamed up for this year's Backpack Attack to make sure every student is ready to go on their first day of school. Starting at 6 AM, our very own Frank Marzullo will be out at Rookwood Commons taking your donations to stuff backpacks for those in need. Be sure to stop by with some school supplies to visit our morning weatherman!

HEY LADIES - we could all use a girl's night out, so why not hang out with your friends while supporting a great cause? At 9:25 during the Morning Xtra, Julie Dichtl from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County will be in the studio to tell you all about an upcoming event for you and your girls to attend. Food, drinks, music, raffles, auctions and more beauty supply vendors than you could possibly imagine will all make up the "Girls Night Out of Summer Fun."

Now that you're all caught up on your news making headlines this morning, I hope everyone has a great weekend and I will talk to you on Monday!

-Emily

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