Last Day for the Arctic Cold, Kyrie Irving Injured, Cincinnati Mom Slaps Child on School Bus

Last Day for the Arctic Cold, Kyrie Irving Injured, Cincinnati Mom Slaps Child on School Bus

Coldest day of the next 7 is today! Snuggle Alert for everyone tonight! Brrrr….  Saturday is better, warmer, dry… and Sunday into the mid-30s! But Sunday's snow set-up comes in Sunday afternoon with the heaviest snow expected after midnight. Monday morning you might have to shovel just to get your car out of your driveway!


Partly sunny and cold.


Snuggle Alert for all!...Mostly clear and super cold.Wind chill -15—20  LOW: -2 (Record is 0…so we might break another)


Extra cold start, Mostly sunny. HIGH: 22


Mostly cloudy. LOW: 12


Mostly cloudy start with clouds increasing, snow showers 2-4” of new white snow! Plus more snow coming after midnight. Monday morning commute could be awful! HIGH: 36


on his left shoulder Friday and the Cleveland Cavaliers say the All-Star guard is doubtful for their game at Indiana.

Irving did not travel with the Cavaliers to Indiana following their 110-99 victory over Golden State on Thursday. He scored 24 points, returning in the fourth quarter after getting hurt in the third.

The Cavaliers say Irving's status will be updated as appropriate.

CINCINNATI (FOX19) - A Westwood mother appeared in court on Thursday for allegations she


N'Doumbe Gueye, 30, is charged with assault for the Jan. 28 incident.

Gueye allegedly boarded her son's bus in the 3400 block of Anaconda Drive and slapped the face of a child that was not her own, court documents state. Officials say cameras on the bus captured the incident.

Gueye told police that her 6-year-old son complained another student on his bus had hit him several times, according to documents.

“She became very upset over this news and told her son to point out the kid who had been hitting him,” states the complaint.

Gueye was released and ordered to stay away from the child.

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