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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:

Today will be another cool day with highs only in the low 60s. FOX19's Steve Norris will tell us when the temps will rise.

A man is recovering after he drove his car into Carson Elementary School yesterday. FOX19's Dan Wells and Jessica Brown will tell you what happened.

Thousands of volunteers are taking over the streets of Cincinnati this morning for Crossroads' community service event. FOX19's Kelly Rippin is live in Oakley with the details.

A Mount Auburn woman said drug dealing is so common in her neighborhood that you can see transactions happen in broad daylight. Tune in to find out what we caught on camera.

Lincoln Heights Elementary will remain on lockdown for the rest of the school year. We'll be telling you why this morning.

Concerns are running high that major bike plans could be losing speed in Cincinnati. FOX19's Brett Hoffland has the story.

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

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