MOOve over...the cows are texting!

Be sure to grab your umbrella before you head out the door this morning - Chief Meteorologist Steve Horstmeyer is saying that we can expect a few showers to roll through during your morning commute, but things will be clearing up later on into the afternoon. The highs for your Wednesday forecast will reach 73°.

We're covering breaking news this morning: Police are on searching for the suspect involved in an early morning chase near West High in Price Hill. Dan Wells will be out live this morning to bring you the latest information.

A man accused of shooting a Covington police officer is expected in court today. Pharo Wilson was arrested on Friday after allegedly exchanging gunfire with four officers in City Heights. Spc. Mark Richardson was shot in the foot but his injuries are not life-threatening.

Police officers are asking for your help in finding a missing Lawrenceburg teen. 14-year-old Courtney Stamer was last seen on Friday at the Lawrenceburg High School football game. She is 5'2" and 135 pounds with long brown hair, hazel eyes and a nose piercing. Anyone with information on her whereabouts should call Lawrenceburg Police at (812) 537-2284.

Things are heating up in Oakley over a new entertainment development on Madison Road. Oakley City Council met last night to discuss the plans for the new hot spot, which would add up to 14 new liquor licenses for national chains. We will hear from the concerned owners of local restaurants and shops during the FOX19 Morning News.

For all of you tech gurus out there, there is a new rumor swirling that an iPad mini could soon be hitting the shelves. Rob Williams and Sheila Gray will have the details on the latest Apple product and where the speculations are coming from during our 6 a.m. hour.

Speaking of technology, texting isn't just for people anymore! Swiss dairy cows can now send a text to their farmers when they are in heat. A wireless sensor is implanted into the cow that will detect body heat and movement in order to communicate with the farmer at the right time.

Have you heard about this? A TV anchor in Wisconsin received a nasty e-mail from a viewers telling her that she was "obese" so she decided to take it to the air. Jennifer Livingston of WKBT put both her attacker and bullying on blast during one of the station's newscasts. Click here to view the full video. My thoughts: good for her!

With the fall season getting underway, it's time to start switching out the closet. If you're anything like me, your disorganization will turn a 2-day thing into a 4-month process! Thankfully we have some organizational experts coming into the station today to show you how to make the rotation as painless as possible! Check it out with Frank Marzullo and Stephanie Woods during the FOX19 Morning Xtra!