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Good morning. It's 14 degrees with wind chill of 2. Record low of 11 by dawn. Construction starts on $80 million Newport on Levee development

Record cold is gripping much of the nation and the Tri-State this morning with temperatures in the teens and wind chills around zero. Several of our school districts are operating on delays. But this being Cincinnati, the weather will change quickly - and for the warmer! How soon will we be flirting with 60 degrees? Tune in at 4:30 a.m. for FOX19 NOW Meteorologist Frank Marzullo's latest forecast.

Today on FOX19 NOW Morning News:


Watch at 6 a.m. as Reporter Sara Celi reports live from Newport on the Levee, where a major development begins construction today. The $80 million investment will close Levee surface lot and take two years to complete. 

Reporter Dan Wells is live on the Ohio River all morning with a closer look why such cold temperatures have pushed into the country and locally so soon.

Tune in at 7:50 a.m. as guest Dawn Fogarty, director of Kentucky's Healthcare Connection, explains all the fine points of eligibility and important dates you need to know as as open enrollment begins this month.

How safe is your surgery center? Watch at 9:05 a.m. when Dr. Mark Mandell Brown, who is on the board of directors here locally with Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), is live in our studio to discuss the difference between our health care here in Cincinnati versus other states. Did you know we live in an area with the most stringent accreditation?

All this and more on FOX19 NOW Morning News.

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