Watch for rain sprinkles or snow flurries Wednesday afternoon as cooler air returns. The temperature change could be a bit jarring after the gorgeous sunshine and mild conditions we enjoyed Tuesday. Tune into FOX19 NOW at 5:30 a.m. for the latest forecast from meteorologist Frank Marzullo.
Stories you missed overnight and ones you can watch on FOX19 NOW Morning News:
Southbound Interstate 75 reopened at Hopple Street late Tuesday, 24 hours after an overpass collapsed onto the highway, killing a construction worker and injuring a truck driver. Tune in at 5:30 a.m. for the latest on this local story that made national headlines from reporter Sara Celi.
What did you think of President Obama's State of the Union Speech? Tune in at 5:30 a.m. when reporter Jessica Brown recaps the highlights from his sixth address and reaction from local Congressman. We also will hear at 6:15 a.m. from a local business owner who was House Speaker John Boehner's guest in Washington D.C. for the event.
You won't want to miss today's guests:
Be sure to watch at 6:30 a.m. when we talk with Lt. Bruce Hoffbauer, head of Cincinnati police's traffic section. How were police able to keep traffic flowing so smoothly Tuesday as the region headed back to work and school from the three-day holiday weekend? What should motorists expect today?
Tune in at 7:50 a.m. when local bridge and construction expert James Swanson, an associate professor at the University of Cincinnati, explains how a collapse like this occurs and why they are considered fairly rare. What does he think could have caused it? Is human error possible? How long will the investigation take?
The collapse sounds like a potential lawsuit in the making. Longtime personal injury attorney Don Moore appears at 8 a.m. to explain the legal perspective. How do personal injury claims work? What could happen if the families of the victims sue?
Tune in at 8:10 a.m. when Billy Hamilton talks about Reds Caravan. The annual event kicks of Thursday from the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum and travels 3,300 miles through five states including Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana over four days. How can fans interact with current and former players, top minor leaguers, broadcasters and members of the Reds front office staff at 17 different stops?
Plus, how to motivate children to exercise in the winter at 9:45 a.m.
All this and more on FOX19 NOW Morning News.
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