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Good morning Tri-State! It's 44 degrees with a high of 66 degrees. Here's what to expect on FOX19 NOW

Good morning Tri-State!

Watch for a chance of rain both today and tomorrow. This morning will be partly to mostly cloudy. Patchy fog is possible. Temperatures will hover in the 40s and 50s.  FOX19 NOW's Catherine Bodak and Frank Marzullo are live all morning with the latest weather.

Here's what you should expect Thursday morning on FOX19 NOW:

Bengals Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz is talking to high school students about leadership today. FOX19 NOW's Kendall Herold is LIVE at the Cintas Center with more on the Youth Leadership Seminar.


Heroin is blamed for five deaths since mid-September in Connersville, Indiana. FOX19 NOW's Megan O'Rourke is LIVE in this community as residents hold a town hall meeting to discuss potential solutions.

A University of Cincinnati student accused of raping a woman on campus last month faces a judge this morning. Mark Glover, 29, is accused of forcing the victim into a bathroom at Steger Student Life Center and sexually assaulting her.

One person died in a 9:30 p.m. crash Wednesday on the eastbound ramp of Interstate 275 to southbound I-71/75 in Northern Kentucky. Erlanger police are still investigating. The victim's name has not been released.

A 33-year-old man was shot three times in a drive-by shooting in the West End late Wednesday. He is expected to recover. No arrests have been made.

All of this and more on FOX19 NOW morning news!

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