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What to expect Monday on the FOX19 Morning News

Good morning!

Here's what you can expect today on the FOX19 Morning News:

While we've finally hit the end of the rain streak, a wintry mix is going to start pushing its way through the Tri-State. Meteorologist Katy Morgan will have more on your Monday forecast starting at 4:30 a.m.

We're starting off this morning with breaking news from Springfield Township: a robbery suspect was shot and killed by a gas station clerk overnight. Cory Stark is live at the Sunoco on Hamilton Avenue with the latest information.

After a week of Butch Jones dragging out the announcement of him leaving UC, the Bearcats are welcoming a new head coach with open arms. We'll be hearing from Tommy Tuberville about his new position this morning.

Residents of Cincinnati will have another chance to speak up about next year's city budget. Dan Wells is live in Queensgate with a preview.

Gaining weight during the holiday season is EXTREMELY easy to do, right? Expert dietician, Becky Hand, is joining us to share the the basic things that cause weight gain and how to counter.

Jessica Brown is hanging out with some elves this morning that are making sure kids in the Tri-State have a very Merry Christmas.

If you're planning on traveling this Christmas, we've got just the guy for you! Travel Guru Peter Greenberg joins us with the most common mistakes when booking travel. He'll have the best tips to save time and money when traveling.

The Western & Southern Open was only a few months ago but tennis fans are already gearing up for next year's tournament! Tracey Johnson will be chatting with Will Sikes on the Morning Xtra.

Winter weather always makes it more difficult to feel stylish, but we've got the hottest trends to keep you from getting cold! A live fashion show of the latest outerwear for men and women!

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    Coldest temps so far this season, patchy frost

    Coldest temps so far this season, patchy frost

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 5:55 AM EDT2017-10-17 09:55:29 GMT

    Chilly high pressure with nearly calm winds will bring the chance of frost overnight Monday. 

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    Chilly high pressure with nearly calm winds will bring the chance of frost overnight Monday. 

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  • 2 displaced when SUV slams into building

    2 displaced when SUV slams into building

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 5:52 AM EDT2017-10-17 09:52:03 GMT
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    Two people were displaced when a sport utility vehicle crashed into a Green Township apartment building overnight, police said. No one was hurt in the 2 a.m. accident in the 5700 block of Cheviot Road. The structure was damaged but appeared to be structurally sound, according to police.  Building inspectors will look it over as a precaution Tuesday, they said. The SUV driver's name was not released. It was not clear if charges would be filed. The driver of this SUV lost co...

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    Two people were displaced when a sport utility vehicle crashed into a Green Township apartment building overnight, police said. No one was hurt in the 2 a.m. accident in the 5700 block of Cheviot Road. The structure was damaged but appeared to be structurally sound, according to police.  Building inspectors will look it over as a precaution Tuesday, they said. The SUV driver's name was not released. It was not clear if charges would be filed. The driver of this SUV lost co...

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  • Attorney: Lakota student charged in Snapchat blender threat was bullied

    Attorney: Lakota student charged in Snapchat blender threat was bullied

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 5:01 AM EDT2017-10-17 09:01:08 GMT
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    A Lakota East student accused of making threats targeted at his classmates appeared in court Monday.

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    A Lakota East student accused of making threats targeted at his classmates appeared in court Monday.

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