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What to expect Friday morning on FOX19

You could win this kitchen - and an entire house for that matter - today on the FOX19 Morning Xtra! You could win this kitchen - and an entire house for that matter - today on the FOX19 Morning Xtra!

It's Friday the 13th.

A few showers will push into the FOX19 viewing area this morning, but the late afternoon looks nice. Frank Marzullo has the entire weekend forecast.

We're following breaking news of a man shot multiple times overnight in Avondale. Rob Williams and Jacki Jing have the latest information.

The Pentagon says Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who's been recovering in Germany after five years as a Taliban captive, is back in the United States.

Most kids have been out of school for a couple weeks, but for some who had to make up all of those snow days, today is the last day. Kelly Rippin is live this morning at Northwest High School where every student is happy it's Friday!

How about taking the kids to the Cincinnati Museum Center today? Jessica Brown is hanging out there are the museum begins "Free Fridays."

St. Jude Dream Home: You have until 10:15 a.m. to purchase a ticket for your chance to win a brand new home - and there aren't many tickets left. Tickets are $100. You can buy them by calling 1-800-537-1735 or by visiting www.stjude.org.

Tune in to the FOX19 Morning Xtra today as someone wins the 2014 St. Jude Dream Home, as well as amazing other prizes!

All this and more on the FOX19 Morning News. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for continuous updates throughout the day.

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