Our focus now turns to the potential of record lows tonight. Many areas may wake up to thermometer readings below zero.
A Kenton County woman accused of neglecting more than 100 animals makes a plea deal today.
Investigators say they found rotting carcasses and live animals in Emily Mardis's home in Visalia.
Only five dogs were left living, the other one-hundred and three animals were euthanized.
Northern Kentucky News reports Mardis denies neglecting her animals, and wants her dogs back.
A judge will hear testimony November 6th, about whether the dogs should be returned.
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