Winter is back with a vengeance. The first full week of 2015 will bring bitter cold and a winter storm with accumulating snow, says FOX19 NOW meteorologist Frank Marzullo. Tune in at 6 a.m. to see how much snow could fall in your neighborhood.
Stories you missed overnight and ones you can watch today on FOX19 NOW Morning News:
Kentucky's gas tax dropped on New Year's Day, but at what cost to the projects like the Brent Spence Bridge? Tune in at 6 a.m. when reporter Miranda Del Pozo take a look at the impacts of this decrease in $129 million funding for road and bridge improvements.
One person is dead, and another is in custody after a SWAT standoff ended early today. Tune in at 6 a.m. Reporter Dan Wells is live outside Cincinnati Police District 1 headquarters in the West End with the latest information on this breaking story.
The road to the Super Bowl ended in Indianapolis for the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday as they lost to the Colts 26-10. Be sure to watch at 6 a.m. to see why reporter Jeremy Rauch says the Bengals made history with this game - and not in a good way.
You won't want to miss today's guests:
The owners of the Mount Lookout shop Buona Terra will be here at 8:45 a.m. to show us how to make the delicious Italian dessert affogato. Tune in to see just exactly what this is - and why you'll need espresso!
Be sure to watch at 9:25 a.m. when TeenSpot manager Jennifer Korn unveils details about an annual teen drawing contest that has youth recreating scenes from their favorite books at Cincinnati and Hamilton County's public libraries. The library system is partnering with Elementz Urban Arts Center to offer for workshops through the end of the month.
Allison Hines of Butcher Betties from Florence's Friendly Market returns at 10 a.m. with tips for eating healthy and why you should select meats from local grass-fed animals.
All this and more on FOX19 NOW Morning News.
Have a great day!
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