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Temperatures will mostly hover below normal this week as a cold front that arrived this morning shows no signs of moving out. FOX19 NOW meteorologist Frank Marzullo says another wintry mix of rain and snow is ahead this week.

TONIGHT AT 10 P.M.: Firefighters risk their lives to save ours. But a deadly disease is killing them. FOX19 Investigates tells you what is causing these heroes to fall ill, and what Ohio is doing to protect them.

Did Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, see his shadow this morning, or will we have an early spring? Records going back to 1887 show Phil has now predicted winter 102 times while forecasting an early spring just 17 times. 

Super Bowl commercials tugged at heartstrings. You might be surprised by the theme of a few of the ads.

Other top stories to read on www.fox19.com:

SLIDESHOW: Check out these pictures of the Super Bowl halftime show. What did you think of Katy Perry's performance?

Two local residents won the $1 million Powerball over the weekend. Where were the winning tickets sold?

A woman, 80, was found on the ground suffering from hypothermia early today. Will she recover?

FOX19 NOW will cover a 3 p.m. press conference Oxford police are having to release new details about a weekend murder-suicide near Miami University. A female student is one of the confirmed dead.

Toledo's mayor is fighting for his life in a hospital. What happened over the weekend that left him in critical condition?

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