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Good morning. It's a frigid 30 degrees with snow flurries possible today! School bus tire safety: A FOX19 Investigation.

The morning low is expected to sink to 28 degrees by daybreak. Think that's cold? Wait til this weekend when temperatures plunge into the teens, and we see a wintry mix of rain and snow. FOX19 NOW Meteorologist Frank Marzullo has your latest forecast.

Today on FOX19 NOW Morning News:



How safe is your child on the bus? School buses are responsible for transporting thousands of children to and from school in southwestern Ohio each day, and now safety advocates are expressing concern about aging school bus tires. Tune in at 6 a.m. as investigative reporter Hagit Limor previews her special airing tonight at 10 p.m.

Tune in at 6 a.m. as reporter Megan O'Rourke goes live in Brown County, where a grand jury is scheduled to hear evidence Thursday in the 2013 death of a jail inmate. State officials conducted their own investigation after the sheriff's office and coroner disagreed how Zachary Goldson, 24 died. Was it suicide, or a jail "welcome party" that went too far?

Will suspended Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter get a new trial? Reporters Miranda Del Pozo and Jodi Barr will be live at the courthouse as Hunter and her lawyer ask a judge to throw her recent felony conviction out after three jurors claimed they were pressured to agreed on a guilty verdict. Also, why was a warrant issued for the judge's arrest?

Watch at 7:50 a.m. and learn what to do when your child is being bullied or is the bully. Halley Estridge, a clinical research coordinator for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, has stunning statistics and helpful advice every parent needs to know.

Frank will be live by 9 a.m. at the Newport Kroger store as the annual "Food from the Heart" campaign with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul kicks off. Since the holiday drive began 24 years ago, more than 1 million pounds of food, or more than 40,000 meals, have been collected and distributed to local families. Tune in and see how you can help.

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