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  • 4/15/14 - Political Contributions

    4/15/14 - Political Contributions

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Tournament Madness - 4/8/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Tournament Madness - 4/8/14
  • 4/8/14 - Tournament Madness

    4/8/14 - Tournament Madness

    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Tournament Madness - 4/8/14
    KFVS12 ViewPoint - Tournament Madness - 4/8/14
  • 3/25/14 - Colon Cancer

    3/25/14 - Colon Cancer

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    By now most of you know that Bob Reeves is retiring. His final forecast is planned for this Wednesday on Heartland News at Six. For 42 years Bob's been the face of KFVS12. He was hired in 1970 by the
  • 3/18/14 - E-Cigarettes

    3/18/14 - E-Cigarettes

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    By now most of you know that Bob Reeves is retiring. His final forecast is planned for this Wednesday on Heartland News at Six. For 42 years Bob's been the face of KFVS12. He was hired in 1970 by the
  • 2/22/14 - Bob Reeves

    2/22/14 - Bob Reeves

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    By now most of you know that Bob Reeves is retiring. His final forecast is planned for this Wednesday on Heartland News at Six. For 42 years Bob's been the face of KFVS12. He was hired in 1970 by the
  • 1/28/14 - IRS Phishing

    1/28/14 - IRS Phishing

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    W-2s are rolling out across the country and most everyone is starting the dreaded tax process. Every year IRS receives thousands of reports from taxpayers receiving suspicious emails, phone calls, faxes,
  • 1/14/14 -Heartland Blood Drive

    1/14/14 -Heartland Blood Drive

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    Now that we are past the holidays and have 2014 kicked off to a good start, we want to take a couple of moments and ask you for your help. Over the last few weeks about 300 blood drives across 25 states
  • 12/31/13 -Resolutions

    12/31/13 -Resolutions

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    As we begin another year, many of us get tied up in knots making resolutions-goals for the "new year" when maybe we should spend a little more time reflecting on what was or wasn't accomplished in the
  • 12/27/13 -Family Ties

    12/27/13 -Family Ties

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    Yet another Christmas has come and gone, and if your family is like mine you created some lasting memories. Some were fun and some were maybe...well, not so much. As a father of two it is always fun to
  • 12/23/13 - Gifts of the Season

    12/23/13 - Gifts of the Season

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    Christmas is here. Children are waiting impatiently to see if they're on the naughty or nice list. But what about you? What would you like Santa to bring you for Christmas? While a great big HDTV or maybe
  • YourTurn - 12/20/13 - A Soldier Remembered

    YourTurn - 12/20/13 - A Soldier Remembered

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    This week's your turn comes from Zencie Rulo from Poplar Bluff. She writes: "It was Saturday, December 14, 2013. Another brave soldier was laid to rest. Another young wife is left to raise a little one
  • 12/10/13 - Holiday Hints

    12/10/13 - Holiday Hints

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    The holidays are here and it's the "most wonderful time of the year," right? Well, in case you didn't know, not everyone looks forward to the holidays. For some it's a dark, stressful, lonely time long
  • 12/3/13 - Gifts From The Heart

    12/3/13 - Gifts From The Heart

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    Here we are, just a few days before Christmas. And in my home I can tell you that there are already visions of sugarplums dancing. If you still haven't found that perfect gift for someone special, here's
  • 11/28/13 - Buy Local

    11/28/13 - Buy Local

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    According to the American Research Group it's estimated that the average American family will spend a little more than $800 on Christmas presents this year. Many of you may be on a path to that amount
  • 11/26/13 - Giving Thanks

    11/26/13 - Giving Thanks

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    I don't believe there is a single government program that is despised as much as the Food Stamp Program, or as it is now called, SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program). For years, people have
  • 11/5/13 - SNAP Cuts

    11/5/13 - SNAP Cuts

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    I don't believe there is a single government program that is despised as much as the Food Stamp Program, or as it is now called, SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program). For years, people have
  • 10/29/13 - Halloween Safety

    10/29/13 - Halloween Safety

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    Thanks to Hillary Clinton's efforts as First Lady, we are all too familiar with the African proverb, "it takes a village to raise a child." That saying has become somewhat of a cliché since the Clinton
  • YourTurn - 10/19/13

    Watch for YourTurn normally scheduled to air at the end of Heartland News at Noon on Mondays and Fridays, at the end of Heartland News at 10:00 on Saturday nights, and following The Breakfast Show on Sunday
    Hello, this is Congressman Jason Smith. As you know, the government shutdown created by Washington's inability to work together is now over. While I fully support ending the shutdown, I could not support
  • 10/9/13 - Nursing Home Caution

    10/9/13 - Nursing Home Caution

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    If you are considering a nursing home for yourself or for a loved one you are not alone. In the next 10 years the current nursing home population of more than 1.5 million Americans is expected to grow
  • YourTurn - 9/27/13

    Watch for YourTurn normally scheduled to air at the end of Heartland News at Noon on Mondays and Fridays, at the end of Heartland News at 10:00 on Saturday nights, and following The Breakfast Show on Sunday
    Viewer Melanie Henry of New Madrid wanted to share her views about the attendance policy changes at New Madrid R-1 that we reported this week. She wrote: "It seems many times everyone wants to complain
  • 9/9/13 - What To Do About Syria

    9/9/13 - What To Do About Syria

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    We sit now, as a nation, on the edge of our seats waiting for the Congress to tell President Obama if they approve of the use of force in Syria as a response to the Assad regime's use of weapons of mass
  • 8/26/13 - 2nd Impact Syndrome

    8/26/13 - 2nd Impact Syndrome

    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
    A  study in the journal "Pediatrics" indicates that young athletes may face a greater danger if they suffer new head blows before they're fully recovered from previous concussions. They call it "second-impact syndrome."
  • KFVS12 VIEWPOINT with TIM INGRAM

    8/19/13 - Read To Succeed

    Watch for my ViewPoint segments on KFVS12 normally scheduled Tuesday & Thursday mornings at approximately 6:28, and Wednesday & Sunday nights following Heartland News At Ten. 10 of the 15 states that
    If you could instill in a child one trait to last a lifetime, what would that be? If you're like most parents, you would probably put intelligence at the top of the list. I don't know anyone who doesn't
  • KFVS12 VIEWPOINT with TIM INGRAM

    8/12/13 - Back To School

    Watch for my ViewPoint segments on KFVS12 normally scheduled Tuesday & Thursday mornings at approximately 6:28, and Wednesday & Sunday nights following Heartland News At Ten. 10 of the 15 states that
    It's back to school time and that means mornings will be a little more hectic as parents rush around to get the kids out the door, on to school, and then on to work on time. With that in mind, we'd like
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