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Recycling for Reds tickets, Thursday on the FOX19 Morning News

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Good morning! We are in for a chilly start today with temperatures in the low to upper 40s. Frank Marzullo will have your entire forecast on the FOX19 Morning News. Here's what else you can expect this morning.

Any Dolly Parton fans out there? We'll chatting with the country legend live this morning as she gives us a preview of her new resort in Tennessee!

You could get free Reds tickets simply for recycling! Jessica Brown will be live with the details all morning long.

On the heels of FOX19 Investigative story about adults who left children in casino parking lots and then went inside to gamble, we'll be talking with a local expert about gambling addiction. Learn more how to help those struggling with addiction.

The Kentucky Derby is this weekend and a local restaurant is throwing a party that benefits a good cause! We'll chat with Parkers Blue Ash Tavern about the party – tune in to learn how you can attend.

The fourth most common cause of deaths in the United States is from pancreatic cancer. Dr. Michelle Meirzwa from UC will share stories about local patients beating the odds. Tune in for the stats.

Do you know a guy that could use some style tips? A local company is offering fashion advice for men that's all available online. Hear the details from the web site- founder himself this morning.

Batting ninth and pitching Darth Vadar… yes, it's Star Weeks weekend at Great American Ballpark! Fans won't want to miss the festivities and we'll be previewing it this morning.

We've got all this and the news you need to start your day. Tune in!

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