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Temperatures will top out in the 40s today, but it will be a very different story by this time tomorrow, says meteorologist Frank Marzullo. When will the thermometer drop? How much snow will accumulate? Check out his latest forecast.



Tonight at 10: An Ohio company asks people with mugshots to pay a fee so the mugshots aren't published. Is this legal? We investigate.

A unique take on a Cincinnati classic: Chili pi-way! Watch this video and learn how to make a deep dish pizza topped with Skyline Chili and Glier's Goetta. The operators of Pi Pizza in Downtown Cincinnati dropped by the FOX19 NOW Morning News kitchen today.

Looking to spice up Valentine's Day outside of the standard dinner date with flowers and chocolate? Here's some unconventional ideas, from joining the Mile High Club to sampling brews at Cincy Winter Beer Fest.

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Kids are growing up in an ever-increasing tech-savvy world, but that high speed world comes with malware speed bumps on kid-friendly websites that are putting their parents' internet security at risk. Hackers are now targeting kids, whom they see as a gateway to their parents information. Here's how to protect your family.

President Barack Obama asked Congress today to formally authorize military force against the Islamic State group, arguing that militants could pose a threat to the U.S. homeland if their violent power grab goes unchecked. He is expected to make a statement at 3:30 p.m.

Police involved shootings have taken center stage in a national conversation. When do officers need to shoot? Reporter Jessica Brown asked that question at a local police training program.

In anticipation of much colder weather and snow over the next few days, reporter Dan Wells offers winter vehicle survival tips with household items like shaving cream and cooking oil.

Single mom Patty Brisben started a company in her basement back in 1993 with just $5,000 and a lot of faith. Today, Pure Romance has exploded into a multi-million dollar relationship enhancement product business. She sat down with anchor Rob Williams on FOX19 NOW Morning News to talk about her new store in Downtown Cincinnati and how we might see more pop up in other major markets like Chicago and New York City.

Watch these stories along with the latest breaking news, weather and traffic on FOX19 NOW.

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