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Good morning, Tri-State! It's minus 1 with a wind chill of minus 12. Tune in to FOX19 NOW for the latest on our dangerously cold weather.

We're in the deep freeze as brutal cold and wind chills set in. The entire region remains under a wind chill advisory through 1 p.m. with winds ranging from minus 15 to minus 25. Winds are even colder to the north, where chills could plunge to minus 30 in rural areas of Butler and Warren counties, says FOX19 NOW Meteorologist Frank Marzullo. Tune in at 6 a.m. for his complete forecast.

Here's what you missed overnight and stories you can watch today on FOX19 NOW Morning News:

Reporter Miranda Del Pozo is live in West Chester Township, where a company is helping Great American Ball Park get ready for this summer's All-Star Game. Tune in for details at 6 a.m. as Borke Mold Specialists work to create thousands of new seats so Great American is ready for its national audience in July.

Meteorologist Catherine Bodak is live at the Kenton County bus depot off Madison Pike in Independence. Tune in at 6 a.m. to see how they get those buses warmed up and ready to pick up all the children when temperatures and wind chills are this low.

Here's the list of the latest school closings and delays. Cincinnati Public Schools are closed due to the cold weather. Is your district on it?

FOX19  NOW is on the scene of breaking news in Union, Kentucky, where a large house fire displaced two people. Why couldn't fire crews go inside to battle the blaze?

You won't want to miss today's guests:

Be sure to watch at 6:50 a.m. when Jennifer Morris, a history professor at Mount St. Joseph University, discusses Wednesday's terror attack that killed 12 people, including the editor, at the Paris office of a newspaper that caricatured the Prophet Muhammad.  

We're all trying to find way to keep our heat bill down, although that may seem impossible when the thermometer slips below zero. Tune in at 8:10 a.m. for tips on how to winterize your home on a budget from Dennis Paff of Lowe's. Simple things can make a big difference!

Snakes and other scaly creatures will slither in the FOX19 NOW studio at 8:15 a.m. when Derrick J. Burnett joins us from A-List Animals to preview this weekend's Cin City Reptile Show at the Fairfield Banquet & Convention Center.

Plus, how to find the healthiest cuts of red meat from Allison Hines of Butcher Betties at Florence's Friendly Market. Tune in at 8:45 a.m.

All this and more on FOX19 NOW Morning News.

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