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When the Saints go marching in...

Good morning!

After receiving some much needed rain yesterday, things will be much drier for your Tuesday forecast. Meteorologist Jeff Creighton is saying that we can expect mostly sunny skies with a high of 86°. The temperatures might be on the rise again, but thankfully the humidity will be taking a back seat.

The attorneys for Ryan Widmer will begin making their case today in hopes of being granted a 4th trial. Widmer was convicted last year for the 2008 murder of his wife, Sarah. FOX19's Jennifer Grove will be live in Warren County this morning with more on this story.

After blowing through both Cuba and Haiti, Tropical Storm Isaac is now making waves in Florida and Louisiana. Forecasters are saying that it is possible for the storm to be listed as a category two hurricane by as early as tonight. Dan Wells and Sheila Gray will have more on the storm's progress at 5 a.m.

Speaking of Isaac, many people are making their way to higher ground with the storm's arrival, including the New Orleans Saints. The Saints arrived late last night in Cincinnati and are getting ready to start practicing at Paul Brown Stadium before their pre-season game against the Tennessee Titans on Thursday. Brad Underwood will be live at PBS with more on the Saints' practice schedule as well as Marvin Lewis' thoughts at 5:30.

Cincinnati restaurateur Jeff Ruby has put up a six-figure reward to anyone with information that will lead to the discovery of Stacy Peterson. Ruby was thrown out of a Chicago courtroom last week after he mouthed an expletive to Drew Peterson who is currently on trial for the death of his third wife.

The folks of Middletown are waiting with open arms for the arrival of Olympic gold medalist, Kayla Harrison. Harrison is a Middletown native and is the first American to take the gold in Judo. She will be honored with a parade through downtown tonight at 6 p.m.

With the start of the new school year, many parents are experiencing empty nest syndrome but we have some tips on how to think of this as a win-win situation. While your child is away furthering their education, this could be your time to undergo a serious career makeover! Career expert Julie Bauke will be at the studio with ways to give yourself a new focus, discover hidden interests and connect with new people and ideas that are sure to keep you young. Be sure to check it out at 8:25 a.m.!

All of these stories and much more are coming up on the FOX19 Morning News followed by our Morning Xtra at 9 a.m.! Also be sure to come check out our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter for headline updates throughout your day!

-Emily

 

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