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We're in for one more round of bitter cold with a chance for snow flurries tonight and highs in the 20s Thursday before we finally warm up this weekend. How soon will we approach 60 degrees? FOX19 NOW Meteorologist Frank Marzullo's forecast has your seven-day outlook.

After spending more than an entire day stranded on a bus in a snow storm, the Niagara University Women's Basketball team is finally headed back to campus. The team became stranded Monday night on a major New York highway as more than five feet of snow buried the northern part of the state.

It should be easier and a little cheaper now to get a four-year degree at one local university after it entered into a new agreement today with Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. Dr. O'dell Owens, president of Cincinnati State, appeared on FOX19 NOW Morning News to explain how it works.

A Warren County corrections officer has died from injuries she suffered in a single-vehicle crash last week. She left behind a final gift that will live on.

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Ex-wife of former Cincinnati Bengals player speaks out; says she felt trapped in abusive relationship.

A self-described "good, hard-working" University of Cincinnati student lands in trouble after police say he sent a full frontal nude photo of himself over the campus Internet system to a 13-year-old in North Carolina.

Sheriff: Proposed budget cuts would put nearly 500 male prisoners on the streets.

Man who fathered 26 children arrested for failure to pay child support.

Belterra worker charged with stealing.

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