Temperatures remain well below normal this afternoon, highs in the mid and upper teens. Lots of sunshine though! Next shot of snow comes Thursday night.
Mostly sunny. Cold. High: 18
Another cold night. Partly cloudy. Low: 5
Mix of sun and clouds. High: 27
PARIS (CNN) - The new issue of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo sold out at newsstands on Wednesday as the people of France continue their recovery from the tragic terror attack. Less than a week after the brutal terror attack that killed 12 people, the paper is back. Millions of copies of the new issue in several different languages were delivered to great demand.
It is one of the many symbols of France's effort to recover.
That recovery includes remembering the fallen. On Tuesday, members of the NYPD visited the site of the attack in Paris.
And in Israel, four Jewish victims were laid to rest.
"Four dead people, righteous people, who loved the world,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In the U.S., the terror threat remains a high priority. Especially after U.S. Central Command social media accounts were hacked. President Barack Obama believes it is enough to bring both Democrats and Republicans together.
WEST CHESTER, OH (FOX19) - A former bartender at a West Chester Country Club has been indicted on charges that he threatened to kill the Speaker of the House, John Boehner.
According to court documents obtained by FOX19 NOW, Michael Hoyt called 911 on Oct. 29, 2014, requesting the operator to tell his father that he was sorry. A Deer Park police officer responded to Hoyt's residence. Hoyt told the police officer that he had been fired from his job at the Wetherington Country Club and did not have time to put something in John Boehner's drink.
Hoyt went on to tell the police officer that he was Jesus Christ, and he was going to kill Boehner because the Speaker of the House was mean to him and caused ebola. Police found a .380 automatic gun in Hoyt's residence, and Hoyt explained he was going shoot Boehner and take off.
Deer Park PD transferred Hoyt to University of Cincinnati Emergency Psych Ward, where Hoyt was evaluated.
During the evaluation, Hoyt told FBI agents that Boehner was the devil and that the Speaker caused Hoyt to be fired from the Country Club. Hoyt also admitted to officials that he was treated for a psychiatric episode two years earlier and was prescribed medication that he voluntarily stopped taking after six months.