It's 53 degrees with a chance of rain today. Sentencing deliberations continue at 10 a.m. for David Dooley. Here's what to expect on FOX19 NOW

Good morning Tri-State! It's Friday

We will watch on and off showers into the afternoon as a slow moving front will push through the Tri-State. The chance will taper late this evening and overnight as a cool but dry Saturday sets up. Our next chance of rain will be late on Sunday with rain and thunderstorms to start off next week in the low 70s. This morning will be cloudy and will see some scattered showers. Morning temperatures will be in the low to mid 50's.  FOX19 NOW's Frank Marzullo and Catherine Bodak are LIVE all morning with the latest weather for your morning commute.

A late night verdict was reached in the David Dooley murder trial.   A jury found Dooley guilty of murder and tampering with evidence in the death of Michelle Mockebee.  Dooley was not found guilty of kidnapping. Sentencing deliberations were postponed around midnight Thursday night and are expected to continue this morning at 10 a.m. FOX19 NOW's Miranda Del Pozo is LIVE with more on the trial.

Ohio Department of Transportation officials are calling this weekend's opening of the new Hopple Bridge over I-75 a major milestone, but there are going to be some big changes to the traffic pattern as a result. FOX19 NOW's Megan O'Rourke is LIVE with those changes that begin tonight.

Eight gang members have been arrested in connection with several robberies and violent acts around University of Cincinnati's campus.  The Cincinnati Police Department announced Thursday that 12 cases were cleared through the collaborative investigation involving districts 2, 3, 4 and 5.

A man who recently traveled to Nigeria was screened for Ebola at a Middletown hospital Thursday.  The man showed up to Atrium Medical Center complaining of aches and pains but hospital officials tell FOX19 NOW that he patient does not have Ebola.

We have our first report on who might play at the Super Bowl next year.

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