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Mostly dry today, but can't rule out passing sprinkle. Five years for Oscar Pistorious.

Good morning!

Expect increasing sunshine the next few days, but get ready for some cold overnight lows and some frost concerns into the second half of your week.

While we remain dry today, we will keep a passing sprinkle in the forecast. The high temperature should reach 58 degrees.

The low tonight will plunge to 38 degrees. Patchy frost is possible early Wednesday.

As we approach the weekend, daytime highs will rebound back into the upper 60s and approach 70 Saturday and Sunday.

Watch FOX19 NOW's meteorologists Frank Marzullo and Jeff Creighton for the latest forecasts.


In two weeks, voters will decide fate of historic Union Terminal. How does it effect you? FOX19 NOW's Sara Celi is live at Cincinnati Music Hall this morning with details on Issue 8.

A new brewery will take shape in a former Hamilton municipal building this spring. Hamilton Mill, a small business incubator, is teaming with a group of local brewers to open the Municipal Brew Works on High Street in 2015. FOX19 NOW's Dan Wells is live with details on this economic development project.

Top stories this morning

Oscar Pistorious is sentenced to five years in prison for culpable homicide in the 2013 fatal shooting his girlfriend, Reeva Steevkamp. The Olympic athlete known as the Blade Runner shot Steenkamp in the early morning hours while she was in the bathroom of his home. He claimed he mistook her for an intruder.

A Hamilton family is grieving the sudden death of their miracle child.  Christian Benge, 16, collapsed at Middletown's Land of Illusion Friday night. The New Miami High School was taken to a local hospital and pronounced dead. Her cause of death remains under investigation. The Warren County Coroner's Office is investigating pre-existing medical conditions. There were no injury-related incidents at the event, and her body showed no signs of trauma.

Butler County Prosecutor Mike Gmoser broke his silence Monday about his son's federal child porn charges and addressed his staff. Jason Gmoser, 35, and four other men were indicted Oct. 9 for operating a child exploitation enterprise since May 2012. 

Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta has died. He was 82. His cause of death is not known; he was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. De la Renta most recently designed the wedding dress for Amal Alamuddin, who married actor George Clooney last month.

The Brown County Animal Shelter is asking the public to help adopt dogs that have been put on their urgent list. The shelter posted on their Facebook page that 10 dogs were on an urgent list. Since then, two were adopted.

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