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What to expect Saturday morning on FOX19

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Good morning and happy Saturday!

Here's what you can expect on FOX19:

We'll see the possibility of a few morning showers with an occasional roll of thunder in the afternoon. FOX19's Steve Norris has your full Mother's Day forecast.

The body of a former University of Cincinnati DAAP student was found in New York City Thursday. FOX19's Jessica Brown and Dan Wells have the latest.

A nationwide Salmonella outbreak has already made more than 60 people sick. Tune in to find out what you need to know.

A missing man was found dead in the Ohio River. We have the latest on their continuing search efforts this morning.

Officials are now taking drastic steps to help recover nearly 300 girls kidnapped from a school in Nigeria. Tune in as we discuss what people are doing to raise awareness.

It's been nearly seven years since the ultimate fighting championship hosted a match in Cincinnati and tonight it's back! FOX19's Kelly Rippin is live at US Bank Arena with the details.

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