You better get your bacon fix!

We're half way through the work week, my friends!

Be sure to grab that umbrella on your way out the door this morning because our Wednesday forecast is looking pretty soggy. Meteorologist Jeff Creighton is saying we can expect pop-up showers and storms throughout the day with highs hitting 76°.

The Cincinnati PD is on the look out for a robbery suspect who held up a McDonald's in Winton Hills late last night. K9 units tracked the suspect to a nearby apartment complex but no arrests have been made. If you have any information, please call CrimeStoppers at 513-352-3040.

Reds Manager Dusty Baker has released new information about his recent visit to the hospital. We were originally told that he was being treated for irregular heartbeat but as it turns out, Dusty suffered a mini-stroke while in Chicago. Thankfully doctors pinpointed signs of the stroke early on and were able to minimize complications. Dusty plans on being back in action to manage the Reds in the postseason.

And the make-over continues for downtown Cincinnati but this time, the focus is on its bridges. All of the bridges connecting downtown to the Banks Project is looking at getting a drastic new design that could completely cover Ft. Washington Way. Brad Underwood is live this morning with all of the details.

The expansion of Cincinnati State is taking a huge step today by opening its satellite campus in Middletown. Dan Wells will be live with the inside scoop all morning long!

If you're a reality show junkie (guilty!), you've probably noticed that a lot of shows are centered around good ol' New Jersey. A lawmaker in the Garden State has proposed a new law that would regulate the filming of these shows and would allow the towns to require the show to pay for additional police officers to control the crowds. Of course, the proposed law could be titled none other than the "Snookiville law".

All of us bacon fans need to get out fix in soon before the price of pork skyrockets! According to Britain's National Pig Assocation, the unavoidable shortage will be a result of this summer's drought. Rob Williams and Sheila Gray will have more on what is being done to try and keep the bacon around during the FOX19 Morning News.