Tuesday, May 21 2013 11:04 AM EDT2013-05-21 15:04:57 GMT
Jeff Creighton and Frank Marzullo have the Storm Tracker Forecast starting at 4:30 a.m. They say we will have some thunderstorms in the forecast, they will give you when you can expect the storm. RobFull Story >
Rob will show you the Japanese part of himself and Cincinnati, plus the team will be decorating a giant donut!Full Story >
Tuesday, May 21 2013 10:23 AM EDT2013-05-21 14:23:26 GMT
We Think Pink each month in an effort to get women and men talking about the need for breast cancer screenings. While pink may be considered a "girly" color, the battle against breast cancer is anythingFull Story >
Stephanie Rogg, or Kung Fu Hussy as she's known in the roller derby world, has beat ovarian cancer. Now she's taking on breast cancer.Full Story >
Tuesday, May 21 2013 6:30 AM EDT2013-05-21 10:30:08 GMT
At the entrance to Irish Heritage Center in Cincinnati there is a display with the 32 counties of Ireland. It's all alphabetical so people can come and see where their family is from. FOX19 Morning AnchorFull Story >
FOX19's Sheila Gray shows you where you can get a taste of authentic Irish culture here in Cincinnati.Full Story >
Monday, May 20 2013 1:04 PM EDT2013-05-20 17:04:03 GMT
Baoku Moses, the founder of Positive Image Arts, LLC, was born and raised in Nigeria. In 2002, he made his way to the United States but he started his Afro-Beat career in 1997 shortly after the passingFull Story >
Learn more about this Cincinnati drummer who performed on the FOX19 Morning News on Monday.Full Story >
Sq-wheel like a pig! Adorable piglet born without hind
legs learns to walk with the help of a tiny wheelchair
A piglet named
Chris P. Bacon was born without his hind legs but thanks to his caring owners,
he can now walk with the help of a tiny wheelchair.
The wheelchair is
made of K'Nex, a children's toy similar to Legos that dates back to the early
The piglet, which is barely larger than a human hand, appears
comfortable and quite happy wheeling around inside the human home where he
He uses his front legs to pull him forward and the wheels of the
contraption help him carry his weight.
The wheelchair attaches to his
body with a harness around his neck and his rear end. Where his back legs should
be, two wheels are instead.
The wheels raise his rear end to the same
height that his back legs would, enabling him to imitate standing.
Without the wheelchair, the resilient pig is able to hop around short
distances, but the chair greatly increases its mobility.