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Expect a mostly sunny day with highs in the 50s. FOX19 Investigates found that hazardous materials move through our region daily. Tune in for details.

Good morning!



It's overcast and 46 degrees, but it will be a mostly sunny day. Get ready for some chilly weather over the next several days! How cold will it get, and when will we see this season's first good, hard freeze? Tune in at 4:30 a.m. to see FOX19 NOW Meteorologist Frank Marzullo's complete forecast.

Today on FOX19 NOW Morning News:



1. Investigative Reporter Amy Wagner is live with a special report on hazardous materials moving through the Tri-State on trains. Did you know our region is a major hub for rail traffic? How many trains roll through here daily, and what kind of chemicals are on them? 

2. Reporter Megan O'Rourke is live with details on the latest movie to be shot in Cincinnati this winter. Which Hollywood actors will you be seeing on our Downtown streets, and what does this mean for the Queen City's prominence as a film-making town?

3. Reporter Kendall Herold is out at the University of Cincinnati with details on how new, brighter lights will keep students safer around campus.

4. Tune in at 8:15 a.m. to see Meteorologist Frank Marzullo previewing Disney on Ice Princesses & Heroes at U.S. Bank Arena!

5. You won't want to miss this: Which breakfast cereals are good, and which ones should you avoid pouring into your child's bowl? Fitness and healthy cooking expert Lauren Abel breaks it down at 7:15 a.m. She will also review pre-packaged frozen breakfast foods.

6. Tune in at 8:45 a.m. to learn how to make inexpensive, homemade Halloween treats like caramel corn and nuts with chocolate drizzled on top!

Here's what you missed overnight and what you can see this morning on FOX19 NOW

1. We know how great the Tri-State is, but now the rest of the country does too! Business Insider named seven of the region's neighborhoods on their '50 Best Suburbs in America' list. Is your community one of them?

2. New details are out in the tragic death of Rubber Duck Regatta founder Bob Edwards, who was hit and killed on Interstate 71 in Silverton earlier this month. What happened to this beloved community philanthropist?

All this and more on FOX19 NOW Morning News.

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