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Good morning and happy Monday!

Here's what you can expect this morning on FOX19:

Expect a mild day with a few spotty showers this afternoon. FOX19's Frank Marzullo will have your full Monday forecast. 

Congressman Wenstrup and Congressman Steve Chabot will be in the studio to discuss Obama care, immigration, debt ceiling and more. Tune in for the full interview!  

Grief counselors are expected at Riverside Academy this morning to help students cope with the death of the 11-year-old Shanti Lanza. FOX19's Kelly Rippin will be live with details.

Fire investigators will be back in Indian Hill this morning where a $4 million mansion burned to the ground. FOX19's Dan Wells will be live with what's happening today.

A new way to shop via text message allows parents to buy kids clothes in the easiest way possible. Tune in to learn more!

We have new information this morning about the massive data breach at Target. FOX19's Jacki Jing and Rob Williams have the story. 

Love ice cream? We'll be revealing Graeters' delicious new flavors and gelato options! 

You can enjoy all this and much more on FOX19 Morning News. 

Have a question or comment about the morning show? Email or tweet me at @FOX19Marykate

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