Jennifer Ketchmark, Kelly, Chuck Ingram discussed on Mike McConnell

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On 75 coming out of the lock on Split. Crews are working with director on Glenmore at Harrison as well as cleaning up on Red Bank and Brotherton Court. Chuck Ingram news radio 700 wlw. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center are you afraid of the dentist at advanced industry? We get it to learn more about how I V sedation can change your life visit No fear Dentist Don kam 55 to start with a high Today of 73 degrees are sky is going to be mostly cloudy through much of the day and I can't rule out a few Sprinkles tonight Partly cloudy 50 for a low and then as quickly as the clouds departed their back and with rain first thing Thursday morning Thursday afternoon high of 67 brief break in showers before shall Was in storms potentially turns stronger for Thursday evening from years of your weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark news radio 700 WLW radio does show some showers in the far eastern corner of the tri state right now from West Union north into people's And just to the east of Hillsborough's 57 degrees could be some power problems overnight tonight in the tristate National Weather Service, issuing a high wind warning for the northern Callie's of our area that would include Warren and Butler. Callie's gust could hit 60 Miles an hour. If you hear sirens or your weather radio goes off this morning at 9 50. It is not for severe weather. It's for Statewide tornado drill. Not much information being released yet on a deadly fire overnight in Amelia plays was in the tall Timbers Mobile home park. Since we get any additional information will bring it to you today, a sentencing day for a former sheriff in the Tri state Charlie Reader. It was in charge of the investigation into the rodent family murders and Pike. Kelly is looking at nine years in jail for theft in office. He says the stress of that case Brought in a gambling problem that caused him to steal to cover losses in Columbus. Casinos pay to play Cincinnati City Hall, The Enquirer questioning over $100,000.

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