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After a frosty start to the weekend, warmer air has finally arrived with plenty of sunshine. Dry conditions are expected through early next week before the next weather system arrives. Will it hold rain or snow? FOX19 NOW Meteorologist Frank Marzulo has the extended-day forecast.

Fire ravaged a Hamilton home early today, killing three children and injuring three other relatives. Fire investigators have been on scene all morning and are still looking for the cause to this devastating incident. Tune into FOX19 NOW at 6:30 p.m. for the latest on this breaking story.

Looking for someplace fun and free to take your family this weekend? Head over to Burlington and take step back in time at An Old Kentucky Christmas.

FOX 19 Investigates: Local principal receives 5-year suspension from Board of Education. Here's what happened when we went to St. John the Baptist on Dry Ridge Road Thursday. 

Other top stories to read:

The Greenpeace protesters who unfurled banners on Procter & Gamble's Downtown headquarters and rappelled off the building were in court this morning to accept plea deals. Will they stay out of jail? 

New rules for traffic cameras statewide are on the governor's desk for signature. If the changes are approved, law enforcement must be present when tickets are issued. Is this the end of traffic cameras?

The perfect holiday snack: Maple glazed nut mix from The Spicy Olive. Here's the recipe and step-by-step directions how to make this delicious dish.

Is the way Hamilton County arrests and detains minors charged with crimes violating their constitutional rights? A class action lawsuit filed this week alleges just that. The suit comes after the lawyer for a 17-year-old boy says his client was held nearly a month without probable cause and then was finally released when his case was dismissed.

The parents of a 22-year-old Fairfield man fatally shot by an officer while carrying an air rifle in a suburban Dayton Wal-Mart plan to join a weekend march in the nation's capital to protest police violence.

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