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What to expect Wednesday morning on FOX19

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Good Wednesday morning!

Showers today will be scattered, and while individual thunderstorms can produce heavy downpours, Frank Marzullo says they'll be isolated. Find out when we'll see a break in the wet weather this week!

Five American troops were mistakenly killed Tuesday by a NATO air strike in Afghanistan, including a special ops soldier from Ohio. Rob Williams and Jacki Jing have more information about the incident.

Jessica Brown is live with details on Ohio Governor John Kasich's visit to the Tri-State today. Kasich is expected to sign a bill that will allow tolls on the Brent Spence Bridge.

The Boone County Animal Shelter is currently in the process of implementing life-saving programs in order to drastically improve its animal save rate. Dan Wells is there this morning with details on the "no-kill" movement.

In sports, Los Angeles defeated the Cincinnati Reds 6-1 last night in a game delayed more than 2 hours by rain.

Tracey Johnson is at the St. Jude Dream Home this morning in Batavia. By purchasing a ticket for $100, you're entered to win an amazing new home valued at $335,000 as well as other prizes. More information here.

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